Outta Sight - (4:32) 133 BPM
L4LV - (5:37) 128 BPM
Five/Four - (5:13) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
TR1 - (4:50) 133 BPM
Ben Sims & Mark Broom - "Late Night Caller" (Mark Broom edit) - (4:19) 133 BPM
Played by: Mark Broom
29 Nov 19
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Don't Turn Your Back (Danny Tenaglia's Paradise mix) - (6:59) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Don't Turn Your Back (Harry Romero remix) - (6:26) 126 BPM
Don't Turn Your Back (Carl Cox remix) - (6:53) 130 BPM
Don't Turn Your Back (Carl Cox 'ASW' remix) - (6:26) 128 BPM
Don't Turn Your Back (Mendo remix) - (6:19) 124 BPM
Review: Delivering his first piece of solo produced music for more than a decade, Hot Creations welcome the legendary Danny Tenaglia with "Don't Turn Your Back" - a sweltering and hypnotic tribal tech house workout that calls to mind the seminal sounds he was responsible for at the turn of the millennium. On remix duties are some equally legendary figures of electronic music: Harry "Choo Choo" Romero of Subliminal fame injects some latin flair into the track, while the larger than life Carl Cox delivers not one but two renditions - the tough and functional main remix with dub techno inflections, and a slinky rolling groove on his "ASW" remix.
HOTC 139
11 Oct 19
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The DBG - (5:55) 125 BPM
The DBG (Mark Broom remix) - (5:49) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Get Busy - (6:06) 127 BPM
Review: Shadow Child aka Simon Neale returns with a bang to Hot Creations. The title track is a wild techy banger, peppered with the type of high-pitched squelches that Timo Maas used to specialise in during the early 90s. Underpinned by a tough but bouncy bass, it makes for a superb piece of party techno. On "Get Busy", Neale delivers a stripped back but equally effective track; powered by rolling snares and featuring an insistent vocal sample at its heart, once again, the use of surging bass is sure to keep dance floors busy. Mark Broom also weighs in with a remix of "DBG", turning it into a rolling, filter-heavy techno track that is infused with incessant disco stabs.
HOTC 142
29 Nov 19
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Espresso (Mezzanine version) - (7:36) 138 BPM
Obscura (B-Line Enhanced version) - (6:03) 138 BPM
Xylo 3 (Steve Bicknell remix) - (5:46) 133 BPM
The Crossover (Tractable version) - (3:50) 134 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Played by: Luke Slater, Exos
PH 4533D
15 Nov 19
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Selected - (8:02) 133 BPM
Form - (7:51) 132 BPM
Time - (7:47) 132 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Amar - (2:30) 105 BPM
Review: Belgian techno heroine Charlotte de Witte presents the first of a new double EP here. On the subject of the release, De Witte says that this duality is essential to explore her interests, both as a producer and DJ, and it was only natural to release them simultaneously for release on her ever reliable KNTXT imprint. The Selected EP features three stark and austere expressions in main room, peak time techno such as "Form" and "Time" - all featuring the signature grunt of the Roland TB-303 throughout, while final cut "Amar" is a sublime and soothing ambient cut that's perfect to close the EP out.
15 Nov 19
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Feelin' Good - (8:32) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Feelin' Good (radio Slave remix) - (7:44) 84 BPM
Feelin' Good (radio Slave Revenge remix) - (7:29) 126 BPM
Review: Laurent Garnier hooks up with Berlin producer Chambray for his first production in a few years. The fact that it has landed on Rekids is no surprise, as Garnier has been a longtime supporter of the label. In its original form, "Feelin' Good" sees the duo lay down a dramatic piano melody that surges and swells its way over a tracky rhythm and dramatic, building filters. It's both uplifting and functional. Radio Slave delivers two remixes: the first is a tough workout designed exclusively for maximum dance floor impact, while on the second 'Revenge' remix, the Rekids boss turns "Feelin' Good" into a thing of Balearic beauty thanks to the addition of rolling break beats.
26 Jul 19
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Pressure - (4:43) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Level Up - (5:10) 132 BPM
Pressure (DJ Haus remix) - (5:33) 128 BPM
Review: Truncate debuts on Pets Recordings with a fine jacking release. "Pressure" sees the US producer divert somewhat from his chosen script, dropping a raw, analogue track. Built on a skeletal rhythm and pile-driving percussive, these elements support a pitch-bent vocal. The title track marks a return to the type of sound that Truncate is more commonly known for. However, in part, the aesthetic of "Pressure" remains, thanks to the use of insistent percussion and intense siren riffs unravelling over one of Truncate's typical rolling groove. DJ Haus is tasked with reworking "Pressure" and turns in an excellent version that focuses on fusing the vocal sample with a grinding bass.
PETS 112
22 Nov 19
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Roots (DJ Tennis remix) - (6:42) 131 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
We're Alive (Truncate remix) - (4:22) 132 BPM
We're Alive (Virgil Abloh remix) - (6:29) 125 BPM
Under Your Skin (Bambounou Blue remix) - (9:15) 127 BPM
We're Alive (Ellen Allien About XX remix) - (6:05) 132 BPM
26 Sep 19
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Sixth Sense (Louie Vega remix) - (6:36) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Sixth Sense (Shlomi Aber remix) - (6:25) 130 BPM
Sixth Sense (Louie Vega dub) - (5:49) 127 BPM
Sixth Sense (Louie Vega instrumental remix) - (6:36) 127 BPM
Sixth Sense (Shlomi Aber Hidden In The Dark mix) - (5:43) 129 BPM
Review: For those who've been buying house music since the '90s, "Sixth Sense" may be familiar. It was first released as a single way back in 1997 and saw Josh Wink joining forces with beat poet/spoken word artist Ursula Rucker on a typical deep and dark house workout. These are entirely fresh remixes, with Schlomi Aber and Louie Vega delivering decidedly 21st century revisions. Vega's vocal, dub and instrumental versions are surprisingly moody by his standards, wrapping Wink's acid-style stabs and mind-altering aural textures around a bouncy, cowbell-driven rhythm track rich in live percussion. Aber takes the track into ultra-deep, sub-heavy techno pastures on his clandestine and alluring "Remix", before stripping back the beats and pushing up the bass on the arguably even more intoxicating "Hidden In The Dark Mix".
OVM 307
09 Aug 19
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Barbary Coast - (6:41) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Breath Control - (6:38) 128 BPM
Xingu - (5:32) 128 BPM
Played by: PBR Streetgang
Review: Since 2015 Reedale Rise's refined strand of electro and techno has quickly established him as one of the most inventive artists operating in the current crop of machine manipulators coming out of the UK underground. Liverpool-based producer Simon Keat has released a prolific body of work under the alias in a short space of time, notching up appearances on crucial labels such as Frustrated Funk, Hizou, Where We Met and many more besides. With a sound indebted to the early wave of UK techno artists like B12, the electro experimentation of Silicon Scally as well as Detroit forefathers such as Drexciya and Model 500, it's not hard to see why Reedale Rise makes perfect sense on Ornate. Technically astounding and emotionally charged, across all three tracks ORN027 marries shimmering, hi-def synth lines with crisp rhythms spanning 2-step shuffle, broken beats and understated techno propulsion.
ORN 027
18 Nov 19
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Galactic Highways - (5:57) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Phase Two - (6:29) 129 BPM
Dimensions - (6:02) 130 BPM
Review: With a slew of inter-threaded releases to her name since 2012 Brazlian DJ and producer Anna has slowly ascended through the ranks of techno by the way of releases for Novamute and Kompakt Extra. This has come by the way of labels like Twin Turbo and Terminal M with her arrival at Drumcode coming with three deep and driving techno tracks designed for warehouse play. Full throttle Detroit acid rears its head at large in "Dimension" while "Phase Two" sends in a deeper sail of luminous scandic trance and linear Italian techno. The title track merges both previous styles substituting acid lines for percussive bass stabs, with the added touch of rave atmospheres and arpeggios. Missiles.
DC 215
02 Dec 19
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Rebirth - (6:01) 128 BPM
Impact Theory - (6:45) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Pursuit - (5:52) 126 BPM
The Horn - (7:46) 126 BPM
TERM 174
25 Nov 19
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Phonox - (6:55) 131 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Midnight Take-Out - (5:46) 132 BPM
They Can't Smell Us - (3:44) 126 BPM
Review: Berlin wunderkind power trio Fjaak are back with the fifth installment on their eponymous imprint - strap yourself in for a wild ride on this one!. Features the furious and pummelling warehouse techno assault of "Phonox" reminiscent of '90s legends Devilfish, followed by the soulful hard jack of the 50 Weapons indebted "Midnight Take Out" (they are alumni of the label after all) and the industrial/dub techno experimental piece "They Can't Smell Us" - but unless they are hiding under a bar of soap we certainly can - this one's dirty!
01 Oct 19
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Surgeon - "First" (Len Faki Hardspace mix - Outline mix) - (5:48) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Basic Pain Procedure - "Untitled B" (Len Faki Hardspace mix) - (5:32) 130 BPM
Sounds & Sequences - "Shining" (Len Faki Deepspace mix) - (5:54) 128 BPM
NTHNG - "Blazer" (Len Faki Hardspace mix) - (5:27) 130 BPM
Played by: Luke Slater
28 Oct 19
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Topinambur - (6:30) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Blymon - (5:28) 124 BPM
Cassave - (6:44) 125 BPM
Review: Following his release on DJ Koze's Pampa label earlier this year, Robag Wruhme delivers a hypnotic dance floor EP for Kompakt. The title track revolves around a resonating bass, ticking steely percussion and a rolling groove. It's more ominous-sounding than Wruhme's usual style and has echoes of early 90s UK techno. While "Blymon" is also an effective, driving affair, its is more in keeping with Wruhme's stripped back minimal releases and this approach is audible in the pitch-bent drops and skeletal percussive loops. "Cassave" is the most abstract of all cuts, with a cacophony of tonal blips and murky stabs driving the arrangement.
08 Nov 19
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Glyphic - (7:33) 66 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Not Seeing Is A Flower - (8:17) 63 BPM
Boketto - (5:33) 157 BPM
Review: It's always good to see the Ancient Astronauts team land a new release in the store and this latest offering from Lone is just what the doctor ordered. It provides an in-depth exploration into bass music as a whole, kicking off with the euphoric chord expansions and glittering arpeggiators that constantly evolve within the realms of 'Glyphic'. Next, the title track 'Not Seeing Is A Flower' arrives with a more hard-edged dancefloor readiness, doused in techno basses and colourful atmospheric sweeps, before we finish up on the more hip-hop inspired rhythms and crunchy harmonic delvings of 'Boketto'.
08 Nov 19
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Let Me (Rave mix) - (6:27) 137 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Terror Barrier - (6:18) 143 BPM
Higher Power - (9:24) 137 BPM
Review: Lobster Theremin boss Jimmy Asquith follows Touch The Sky with this 90s-referencing release. First up is the 'Rave Mix' of the title track; underpinned by high-octane, rolling breaks and featuring chilling synth stabs and sped-up vocal samples, it mines the heritage of early 90s hardcore, coupled with a modern execution. "Terror Barrier" on the other hand suggests that Asquith was also a fan of the tougher end of techno from the same decade, as he deploys a buzzing analogue bass and mangled percussion to beat a path towards peak-time abandon. Changing tact again, Asquith goes down a somewhat deeper route for "Higher Power", where haunting chord stabs are propelled onto the dance floor courtesy of a pumping rhythm
ASQ 004
01 Nov 19
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The Bell - (5:15) 136 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Initials - (5:43) 135 BPM
Timbre - (5:44) 135 BPM
Review: Few if any contemporary producers do heads-down techno better than Truncate, as his latest EP for Blueprint demonstrates. What really sets the LA producer apart is his ability to tease out new sounds and nuances while still maintaining maximum impact. For example, "The Bell" is a rolling, rhythm-heavy affair that resounds to ticking percussion and pounding drums, but also drops into atmospheric reveries. Similarly, on "Initials", Truncate visits Miill-style minimalism, but adds his own touch with some deft, detuned sounds, while "Timbre" sees him deliver a rolling percussive affair that builds and drops subtly thanks to some wild tonal progressions
BP 055
04 Oct 19
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Strangers - (6:09) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Got Me Fucked Up - (6:13) 135 BPM
Got Me Fucked Up (Mall Grab remix) - (5:25) 135 BPM
Review: Strangers is the first collaboration between Mall Grab and Skin On Skin, and it sees them deliver a fine, distinctive dance floor release. On the title track, searing bass is combined with driving percussion and melancholic piano lines for a pensive but effective techno track. In contrast, Mall Grab's solo effort, "?" is a pummelling hard techno banger, replete with spooky Halloween samples and a slightly daft ragga vocal sample. Skin On Skin's remix features rolling break beats and tripped out blips, while his own charmingly titled "Got Me Fucked Up" is a slinky electro workout replete with ghetto samples. Mall Grab repays the favour by turning "Fucked Up" into a grainy banger, powered by hollowed out drums.
LFT 005
11 Oct 19
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Glue - (4:29) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Metro - (5:00) 118 BPM
DLR - (3:47) 120 BPM
Review: The Glue EP by Irish power duo features two new tracks embodying the same dramatic and evocative vibes from their recent, highly acclaimed self titled album. The title track here unashamedly explores rave nostalgia, with its tough breakbeats, euphoric chord progressions and gated vocal samples taking you all the way back to '92. "Metro" uses phased acid house style drum patterns with roaring rave synth leads on this slow burning but heavily building dancefloor destroyer. Finally "DLR" soundtracks those divine moments of truth loved up in the chill-out tent, with this emotive ambient house cut with a nice tint of 303 acid for good measure that's reminiscent of classics by Orbital et al.
03 Nov 17
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Body Electric - (6:35) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
T- Symmetry - (5:59) 128 BPM
Txt - (6:28) 128 BPM
Txt (Beatless) - (5:43) 85 BPM
Review: In the 22 years that have passed since he made his debut, Deetron has released music on an eye-watering number of high quality labels. It's somewhat surprising, then, to find that this is the Swiss producer's first outing on Running Back. It is, of course, very good, with snappy opener "Body Electric" - an ear-catching fusion of crunchy house drums, jazz guitar loops, toasty disco bass, sweet synth lines and rushing piano riffs - leading the way. "T-Symmetry" sees Deetron add bustling breakbeat blasts and more bold piano motifs to a surging future Balearic techno anthem, while "Txt" is a melodious chunk of spacey techno hypnotism rich in rising and falling synth lines and swirling chords. Those glassy-eyed synth lines and alien electronics can be admired further on the accompanying "Beatless Mix".
28 Jun 19
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Break 97 - (5:45) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Heart - (6:07) 128 BPM
EFB - (5:53) 128 BPM
G Theme - (6:07) 130 BPM
Review: Mark Broom is primarily known for his techno work, but over the years he has also worked on funk and broken beat projects. The title track on this release for Rekids also marks another artistic departure, with the UK producer delivering a vocal-led, disco house groove. There's a similar dynamic at play on "Heart", where Broom drops a slightly tougher but still very soulful workout. Things get progressively tougher as the EP progresses and "Efb" sees him add surging chords and heavy kicks as the remnants of a vocal sample lingers in the background. Finally, "G Theme" sees Broom up the pace for a tough but soulful techno workout - replete with diva vocals.
22 Feb 19
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Red - (5:43) 131 BPM
Whip It Good - (8:14) 134 BPM
Spell A - (7:15) 133 BPM
Kamani - (8:18) 133 BPM
Mugwort - (6:22) 131 BPM
Peru Drift - (11:17) 132 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Plantae is Luke Slater's seventh artist album as Planetary Assault Systems and his fourth for Ostgut. If you're looking for forward-looking club techno, you've come to the right place. The album opens with the indistinct tones of "Red", before "Whip it Good" takes up the mantle and sees Slater deliver a tougher take on this sound, powered by hissing percussion and tough kicks. Meanwhile "Kamani" is a deeper, more understated take on this style. "Spell A" is a more stripped back affair, resounding to tight percussion and a rolling groove, while "Mugwort" calls to mind Slater's 90s work under this guise, with a hypnotic rhythm underscoring a cacophony of atmospheric sounds.
O-TON 123 D
01 Nov 19
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Nepte - (6:24) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Kn Te3 - (5:46) 138 BPM
Nocke - (5:39) 138 BPM
Kn AM3 - (6:10) 92 BPM
Review: It certainly piques anyone's interest when British techno legend James Ruskin releases new material. With an immaculately curated output over the last 20 years, this new addition to an extensive catalogue of works - on established institution Tresor no less - is testament to such. The Siklikal EP demonstrates four careful executions in pure form techno by a true veteran who knows what works on the dancefloor. From the broken body bashing industrial menace of "Nepte", to the hypnotic tunnel vision of "Kn Te 3" and the seething downbeat EBM mutation of "Kn Am 3" - what a way for Tresor to celebrate 25 years in the business with this fine release.
22 Nov 19
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Mainz (original mix) - (6:33) 128 BPM
Tokyo (original mix) - (7:58) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Mainz (Heerhorst remix) - (6:28) 131 BPM
Review: Drunken Kong and Teenage Mutants team up for this fine release on Christian Smith's label. "Mainz" is a highly distinctive affair; boasting synth melodies that sit somewhere between new beat/ebm and trance, the arrangement's rhythm is grinding and intense, while the collaborators also deliver tough kicks. Add in a foreboding vocal sample and it makes for an unforgettable track. "Tokyo" is based on a similar approach, but is slightly more pared back in the rhythm section, which puts a greater focus on the tranced out melodies. Heerhorst, who recently featured on Tronic, delivers a remix of "Mainz", turning it into a tougher, leaner affair that is destined for peak time use.
TR 341
18 Nov 19
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Forever Ravers - (6:00) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Forever Ravers (ANNAAss Raving In Space mix) - (5:29) 129 BPM
Played by: EleKtromonter
Review: Recent Kompakt signing Anna Miranda teams up with Miss Kittin for this frenetic, visceral ode to raving. In its original format, "Forever Ravers" resounds to a grinding bass, peak-time rhythm and Kittin's own unmistakable vocals about being eternal ravers. On the flip side, there's a fine reshape from Anna; the 'Raving In Space' remix sees her deliver a peak time arrangement, this time with wave upon wave of cold bleeps building up to an unforgettable climax. It's great to see Miss Kittin back releasing music, and Speicher 112 also provides the platform to showcase the production skills of her Brazilian collaborator.
30 Aug 19
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Falling Phase - (8:07) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Booth Echo - (7:08) 130 BPM
Vela Pulsar - (6:56) 129 BPM
Madame & Deapmash - "Acquiesce The Front" - (9:06) 130 BPM
TT 058
08 Nov 19
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Visual Distortion Of Reality - (7:12) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Not Moving - (5:44) 126 BPM
Jasmine - (6:22) 121 BPM
Jasmine (DJ Tennis Re-Match) - (5:37) 127 BPM
Review: Following Eps for 20:20 Vision and Freerange, Whitesquare aka Maurice Uzzan makes his debut for Life And Death. This release draws on a number of sources for inspiration; on the title track, the bass is influenced by early 90s house, while the acid line is redolent of Josh Wink at his finest. The dreamy vocal samples and break beats on "Not Moving" could have come from a San Fran free party, while "Jasmine" is more grounded. Led by an earthy acid line and a stepping rhythm, it's one of the more functional tracks on this release - until DJ Tennis gets his hands on it and turns it into a rumbling, 303-led roller.
LAD 046D
30 Aug 19
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Given Take - (5:57) 125 BPM
Greenrock - (5:35) 126 BPM
Kraft - (5:55) 125 BPM
Trible City - (6:36) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Mike Dehnert makes a departure from his usual cavernous dub techno sound on Wexit . "Given Take" is a stripped back, slinky affair, featuring spliced up vocal samples and rickety rhythms, while on "Greenrock", it sounds like the arrangement is submerged in waves of white noise as Dehnert delivers a clanging, metallic groove. On " Kraft", the approach is quite different, as he drops a driving, percussive groove that's led by firing high hats and a squelchy backing track. Meanwhile, "Trible City" has echoes of 90s loop techno as a layered, rolling arrangement is powered by powerful, panning filters. It's a fine release by a producer who is at the top of his game.
FW 045
22 Nov 19
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Rave Cycle - (5:28) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Fallen Angels - (5:13) 137 BPM
Bloodshed - (5:19) 135 BPM
Fury - (5:19) 135 BPM
08 Nov 19
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Lepus - (8:36) 132 BPM
Lepus (Carl Shorts remix) - (6:28) 132 BPM
Pretentious - (9:31) 131 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Pretentious (Carl Shorts remix) - (6:27) 130 BPM
406170 7244742
27 Nov 19
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Fadi Mohem - "Nine" - (4:46) 136 BPM
Balas - "Desdemona" - (5:53) 132 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
FJAAK - "Transmission" - (5:18) 132 BPM
Claus Schoning - "Wizard" - (3:59) 142 BPM
Played by: B.Traits
Review: The second release on Spandau20 is a family affair. Fadi Mohem, who has previously released on Klockworks, gets down to business with the steely, percussive techno of "Nine". Shifting gears and changing tact, Balas delivers the broken beats, clanging hats and jungliest bass of "Desdemona", while Fjaak return to straighter techno thanks to the big-room chord stabs and pounding kicks of "Transmission", which has echoes of Dave Clarke's Red series. The sound shifts once again for Claus Schoning's "Wizard". In stark contrast to what went before it, it's an abstract, break beat track full of otherworldly squelches and atmospheric textures.
18 Nov 19
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Exhaust - (7:02) 122 BPM
Plasma Force - (7:58) 131 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Starfish - (7:34) 90 BPM
Temporal - (7:52) 124 BPM
Trevor - (9:01) 128 BPM
EOE 013
22 Nov 19
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ABSL - "Et Le Soleil Ne Vint Pas" - (10:01) 130 BPM
Anetha & ABSL - "Elles" - (7:49) 143 BPM
Sugar - "Vapouring Sun" - (6:50) 140 BPM
Anetha & Sugar - "Candy From Strangers" - (8:07) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
366372 9103925
08 Nov 19
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I, Cavallo - (6:57) 125 BPM
Review: In the info accompanying this single-track release, Leon Vynehall explains that "I, Cavallo" is "aimed squarely at soundsystems", adding that he wanted to explore "psychedelic corners of the dancefloor". It would be fair to say that the track achieves both of those aims, building from an extended, beat-free start - all slowly shifting electronics and pretty synth lines - towards locked-in techno hypnotism via a gargantuan bass drop and all manner of strange, effects-laden noises. It's cleverly constructed and by the time the track really hits its stride midway through, it feels like a dark and hallucinatory experience tailor made for dark spaces early in the morning. Top stuff!
12 Nov 19
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Anger - (5:52) 132 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Crystal Clear - (5:33) 128 BPM
When We Meet - (6:59) 130 BPM
La Floria - (6:54) 130 BPM
Review: With releases on Figure, Ear to Ground and his own Knotweed imprints, it was only a matter of time before Philippe Petit showed up on Rekids. Anger sees him visit some of the 90s styles that makes Matt Edwards' label so distinctive; the title track resounds to an ominous organ riff that swirls in over a rolling rhythm, while on "Crystal Clear", Petit delivers a deeper take on this sound, with Bobby Konders-style synths accompanying a similarly insistent groove. "When We Meet" is a very different proposition within the Belgian producer dropping a lean, minimal workout that is led by rippling percussion and Rob Hood-style synth stabs, while Petit changes direction once again on the mesmerising deep techno of "La Floria".
25 Oct 19
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Interlinked - (5:53) 113 BPM
Pilot - (3:54) 146 BPM
Substance B - (6:28) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Pedal To The Metal - (5:41) 85 BPM
Review: Following on from last year's remixes of Artificial on ESP, Benedikt Frey returns to the label with some fresh material. "Interlinked" is a robust electro affair, bolstered by steely drums and tweaked acid that support an ominous vocal sample. It sets an ominous tone for the release. The mood remains the same but the delivery differs on "Pilot", where Frey lays down understated bass notes and gloomy atmospherics. While "Interlinked" sees him pick up the pace and resounds to a low-slung groove, it too boasts haunted vocal samples and eerie synths. The fuzzy, murky rhythm of "Pedal to the Metal" closes out this superb EP of electronic mood music.
ESP 080
29 Nov 19
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Whilst We've Got Metal In Our Blood - (4:00) 145 BPM
FRO 000D7
26 Nov 19
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Take Anymore (feat Quails - Club mix) - (5:41) 133 BPM
And Go - (7:57) 140 BPM
System (Power mix) - (6:54) 130 BPM
Time & Space - (4:29) 160 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
HYPE 081
15 Nov 19
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Cyclical Nature - (6:30) 130 BPM
Fall Of Man - (5:45) 128 BPM
Of Infinite Space - (6:12) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Scythe And Sickle - (5:32) 130 BPM
Vague Reality - (5:49) 128 BPM
TN 034
18 Nov 19
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These Thoughts - (5:25) 131 BPM
Wide Open - (5:31) 129 BPM
Error #777 - (5:04) 133 BPM
Stream Of Data - (5:37) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Despite having just a few Eps to his credit, D_Roots shows on Stream of Data that he is a serious talent. Treading a fine line between Detroit techno/electro and European electronic forms, his fluid approach yields the spaced out pads and robust drums of "These Thoughts". Meanwhile, on "Wide Open", he veers somewhat more towards the techno dance floor with a steely rhythm and a warbling bass, while "Error 777" is a continuation of this theme thanks to its shaking percussion and acidic undercurrents. Rounding off one of the most impressive debuts on Dolly in some years is the ominous, bass-led title track.
04 Oct 19
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Coat Bra Pants - (6:02) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Coat Bra Pants (Charlie Nobody remix) - (6:19) 125 BPM
Coat Bra Pants (Gerd Janson remix) - (5:45) 124 BPM
Coat Bra Pants (Gerd Janson Cosmic dub) - (6:36) 120 BPM
Review: Publicity-shy man or woman of mystery Vyvyan won plenty of plaudits for 2018 debut EP "Source Me", a suitably sleazy mish-mash of dancefloor-centric tropes that propelled the shadowy artist towards rising star status. The good news is that this follow-up for Me Me Me is just as good. "Coat Bra Pants" is a quirky affair, with the producer wrapping saucer-eyed rave style riffs and mind-mangling electronics around a bombastic, sub-heavy bassline and sweaty, loose-limbed drums. The accompanying remixes are suitably strong, too. The star of the show is Running Back boss Gerd Janson, who first serves up a bouncy, turn-of-the-90s style ravey house "Remix" before laying down a "Cosmic Dub" that re-imagines the track as a wayward dub disco epic.
MMM 17
05 Jul 19
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Bigger Than Prince (Jamie Jones & Darius Syrossian remix) - (6:48) 128 BPM
Bigger Than Prince (Alan Fitzpatrick remix) - (6:56) 127 BPM
Bigger Than Prince (Siege remix) - (6:01) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Originally released back in 2013, Green Velvet's "Bigger Than Prince" is now made available in remixed format. Jamie Jones and Darius Syrossian's version adds wild rave stabs and splurging acid lines to the original version, while Alan Fitzpatrick's take is quite different; stripping the original back to tough drums and putting the focus on the original version's out there vocal narrative. Last but by no means least is the Siege take. It's closest in sound to the original Chicago house sound that inspired "Prince...". Boasting searing, bleeding acid lines and rolling snares, these elements are the perfect accompaniment to Green Velvet's out there vocal narrative.
29 Nov 19
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Work It - (7:01) 129 BPM
Descendants - (6:57) 130 BPM
Freedom - (6:48) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
WATB 041
25 Nov 19
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Many Many Pings - (6:44) 143 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Lox - (5:59) 140 BPM
Gadget - (6:09) 140 BPM
Hapexil Rotator - (7:25) 140 BPM
Review: Following 2018's Wet Will Always Dry, Blawan returns to his Ternesc imprint for more high-paced techno. The title track moves at a frenetic pace, with its hiccuping, skeletal rhythm containing happy hardcore and rave samples. On "Lox", he maintains the same kind of tempo, but instead daubs the arrangement in noisy swathes of feedback. "Gadget" is much more abrasive; powered by distorted kicks, it sees the UK producer deliver cascading filters over a stomping rhythm. Closing out the latest release on his label is "Hapexil Rotator", where he opts for a slightly more restrained but grimy rhythm that resounds to pulsating tones.
TESC 006
18 Oct 19
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Promises - (5:59) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Prism (Part One) - (8:53) 131 BPM
Backyard - (5:08) 132 BPM
Prism (Part Two) - (7:53) 130 BPM
Review: Suckut returns to Andre Kronet's label with a killer dance floor EP. The title track is an irresistible, rolling affair, halfway between house and techno, and featuring a hypnotic vocal loop. On "Prism Part One", Suckut ups the tempo and drops a searing acid line that burns its way over doubled up claps. The second iteration of "Prism" is even more dance floor focused: based on a heavy 303 line, pitch bent hats and rolling snare drums, these elements veer into Emanuel Top-style pandemonium. Changing tact again, "Backyard" inhabits a similar territory as "Promises", albeit with tougher drums, rasping percussion and a indistinguishable vocal loop.
22 Nov 19
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Henkhisesui - (5:28) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Palaeeudyptinae - (5:57) 101 BPM
ASG_DE 028
01 Nov 19
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Pleasurekraft, Beico & Mt93 - "A6 454" - (6:40) 130 BPM
Pleasurekraft & The YellowHeads - "Prison Planet" - (7:34) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
KTK 069
15 Nov 19
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Retribution (original mix) - (5:53) 68 BPM
Retribution (150+ edit) - (5:31) 151 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Obsession (original mix) - (6:23) 136 BPM
Obsession (150+ edit) - (5:47) 150 BPM
Dancing (original mix) - (5:42) 148 BPM
MDM 17
17 Oct 19
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I Will Get You (original mix) - (7:11) 125 BPM
I Will Get You (Egbert remix) - (6:25) 125 BPM
I Will Get You (Wex 10 - remix) - (5:54) 131 BPM
I Will Get You (Hell Driver remix) - (6:05) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
DM 210
02 Dec 19
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