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Alessandro Adriani – Crow

In his role as Mannequin gatekeeper, Alessandro Adriani has put out other people’s music and in the process unearthing some fine electronic music obscurities from both the modern day and the past. However, 2016 will go down as the year that the Italian label owner turns producer, stepping out from the shadows and puts out his own material.

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Best reissues and archival releases: June

Flora Pitrolo details classic NDW, opaque synth ruminations from two US icons, the return of Shinichi Atobe, West Yorkshire industrial grit and cosmic philosophy courtesy of Numero Group.

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Mannequin announces Death Of The Machines series

Label founder Alessandro Adriani squares up against Mick Willls for the debut 12″ in the series.

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Mannequin to reissue early Din A Testbild

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Alessandro Adriani’s label champions the unsung sounds of German new wave. 

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Zahgurim – Moral Rearmament

Zahgurim was a short-lived ‘80s band, established by Paul Ackerley and William Vince. Together they released just one album, Moral Rearmament, before the founders focused on other projects. Mannequin, the label of choice for anyone with even a passing interest in wave and industrial curiosities, has now decided to shine a light on this fleeting but fascinating project. The modern audience’s senses are so overloaded with ‘artists’ – and in this context that word is fully deserving of the quotation marks – pedalling their team’s marketing tactics on social media that we tend to forget just how shocking and outright seditious music can be.

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Mannequin order the Moral Rearmament of Zahgurim

The UK industrial act are under the spotlight as their sole album is announced for expanded reissue later this month.

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Best reissues and archival releases: March

March brought archival treats from Das Ding, Heinrich Dressel, DDS, Dark Entries and The (Hypothetical) Prophets – read on for Flora Pitrolo’s thoughts.

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Conor Thomas and Alessandro Adriani next on Krokodilo Tapes

The Blackest Ever Black tape label have turned to the heads of The Death Of Rave and Mannequin for their latest cassette mixes.

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Alessandro Adriani – Montagne Trasparenti

Alessandro Adriani may not be a household name, but he is the brains behind the Mannequin label, an outlet that has done arguably more than any other to unearth obscure wave and industrial music, often with an Italian focus. While other reissue labels dance across a multiplicity of emotions from the same time period, Mannequin’s default setting appears to rest on the gloomy, morbid and melancholic, witnesses its unearthing of releases like Bourbonese Qualk’s eponymous album and Decadence’s “On and On” –  one of the most tragic pieces of music ever recorded.

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Mannequin dive into the world of klangFarBe

The cult German tape label that preceded Raster Noton receives reissue treatment.

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Mannequin to reissue Heinrich Dressel’s Mons Testaceum

The classic Strange Life album will get a vinyl edition next month.

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Alessandro Adriani unleashes Montagne Trasparenti on Monofonus Press

The Mannequin Records boss makes his long-player debut next month.

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Maoupa Mazzocchetti – Laugh Tool

In an interview for French site hartzine last year, Maoupa Mazzocchetti declared all he wanted to do is play with drum machines and with chance. He talked of the liberating feel of working alone, when “mistakes only become mistakes the moment you decide they are”. It’s a satisfying reformulation of the meaning of proper experimentation: in the end, to refuse the notion of ‘mistake’ is to refuse the notion of a particular direction. Nestled deep in this refreshing love for dadaist procedures, Maoupa Mazzocchetti is becoming odder now, and more intriguing, and I wonder if his debut album marks some kind of turning point? The ripening of the route he began travelling since starting to make solo work for Unknown Precept, Mannequin and PRR! PRR!.

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Juno Plus Podcast 131: December

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Slow techno, electro and post punk are the order of the day as Parisian Tomas More mixes our latest podcast.

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Mannequin announce Maoupa Mazzocchetti album

Laugh Tool from the emergent Brussels-based artist will arrive later this month.

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Mannequin unearth rare Italo curio Effetto Joule

Listen to the reissued single from the short-lived late ’80s trio replete with new Flemming Dalum remix

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Mannequin Records – The Line of Darkness

Alessandro Adriani opens up with Flora Pitrolo about his label Mannequin, his Rome upbringing, Italian Wave, the appetite for reissues and much more.

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Maoupa Mazzocchetti – Untitled

Grinding. Dense. Lo-fi. Dusty. Some of the words that first come to mind when describing the recent work of Belgian producer Florent “Maoupa” Mazzocchetti. Bursting onto the scene seemingly out of nowhere last year with his debut A-Tranquility on Berlin’s Unknown Precept, the young Brussels based producer is now on to his third release this year, following up with a sequel to last year’s release, A-Morality and inaugurating local imprint PRR! PRR! with the brilliant 14.07.A7. He now makes his debut on Berlin’s Mannequin Records, quite a sign of approval considering Alessandro Adriani’s penchant for mainly dealing with re-issues.

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Stream Maoupa Mazzocchetti’s Mannequin debut in full

The rising artist regurgitates EBM and industrial music in thrilling fashion.

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Separate Mind – Credit to the Edit

Richard Brophy’s column returns and features discussion with JD Twitch, Mick Wills, Alessandro Adriani, Macadam Mambo and more regarding the emergence of a new trend of re-edits.

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