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Machine Jack
Machine Jack (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: TRUNCATE 18. Rel: 18 Feb 19
Machine Jack (version 1) (5:12)
Machine Jack (version 2) (5:33)
Missing (5:08)
Review: White label lover Truncate (AKA long-serving techno producer David Flores) is back with more "no frills hard grooves, crafted for the dancefloor". This time it's all about "Machine Jack", a track served in two distinct flavours of analogue-driven intensity. First up is "Machine Jack V1", where one-note stabs, Belgian hardcore "Hoover" noises and simple, mind-altering melodies slowly rise above a pounding techno groove. "Machine Jack V2" is equally as intense, with twisted, acid-style electronic motifs dancing above another ten-ton beat. In comparison, surprisingly tropical B-side "Missing" is rather laidback and melodious. It's still savage and floor-friendly, but boasts a rather cheery synthesizer melody and some blissful electronic touches throughout.
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Multiply (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: TRUNCATE 17. Rel: 03 Sep 18
Multiply (5:00)
Psuedo V2 (5:05)
Psuedo V3 (4:40)
Review: Los Angeles techno titan Truncate (AKA experienced producer David Flores) continues to serve up heavyweight jams on his eponymous white-label series. A-side "Multiply" is a no-nonsense affair, with hissing and crashing cymbals, morse code style electronic beeps and crunchy drum machine handclaps rising above a thunderous peak-time techno groove. Over on side B, "Pseudo V2" sees Flores wrap European tech-house glitches and pulses around a hypnotic deep techno groove, while "Pseudo V3" offers a more psychdelic and mind-altering take on the same deep and bass-heavy groove, with twisted acid lines sprinting in and out of the mix at regular intervals.
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HYD (12")
Cat: TRUNCATE 21. Rel: 08 Mar 21
PNQ V1 (5:47)
HYD V1 (5:05)
HYD V2 (5:07)
Review: Truncate is celebrated by his fellow DJs for the grand power and impact of his drums. However he shapes them, they cannot fail to arrest the attention of any dance floor. This outing on his own Truncate label is another fine example crafted alongside Dotdat. There is a trippy Detroit melodic minimalism to 'PNQ V1' that will tie your mind in knots, then 'HYD V1' layers up jacking drum loops that never resolve with edgy synth pulses. It's tense and unrelenting techno for late night experiences and to close, 'HYD V2' brings more raw and wild textures to the ever-pounding kick drums. Devastating stuff.
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The Drill
The Drill (12")
Cat: TRUNCATE 24. Rel: 28 Mar 22
The Drill (5:08)
The Hammer (4:49)
The Closer (6:09)
The Closer (No Gabber mix) (4:56)
Review: Veteran Los Angeles producer Truncate returns on his eponymous imprint with four heavy duty techno tools loaded directly from the factory floor. 'The Drill' follows the same Blueprint of early '90s Birmingham industrial in the vein of Downwards and Dynamic Tension, while 'The Hammer' follows in suit but with the addition of Robert Hood's style of cyclicality: steely hi-hat workouts and claps on the kick. Turn over to side B and you have the pummelling, industrial strength pressure of 'The Closer' followed by the strobey 303-led stomp of the No Gabber mix.
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Illegal Alien XVI Vol 1
Cat: IARLTDXVI 1. Rel: 17 Apr 23
Ben Sims - "Wipe Out" (5:41)
Truncate - "Structure" (4:51)
Jeroen Search - "The Faintest Objects Ever" (3:41)
Mari Mattham - "Unlock" (7:42)
The Programnator - "Runaway" (2:30)
Review: Celebrating 16 Years of the cult Dutch label, Illegal Alien's 16 year anniversary project promises a generous eight volume foray into their closely curated sound. Volume 1 sees techno heavyweights Ben Sims, Truncate, Jeroen Search, Mari Mattham, and the Programnator coming together to create a record that journeys through intergalactic frequencies. Ben Sims 'Wipe Out' is a fast-paced ride, an ode perhaps to the popular 90s play station game, known for its electric soundtrack. And Mari Mattham's 'Unlock' is a wonky, offbeat track, complete with ethereal chimes and masterfully off-centre rolling drums. An instant classic for longtime followers of the Illegal Alien project and relative newcomers alike.
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Reptilian Tank (reissue)
Reptilian Tank (reissue) (mustard marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: TRUNCATE 26. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Reptilian Tank
Reptilian Tank (Truncate remix)
Review: DJ Hyperactive's now-defunct Contact was the label that first put out this cult cut from 1996. Some 25 years later it now gets a welcome reissue on Truncate's own self-titled label and features a remix from the techno titan himself. 'Reptilian Tank' gets a breath of new life and a refreshing new remix by label boss Truncate. First up is the original - a head-wrecking, panel-beating techno rave-up with wispy pads and pulsating bass that is full of pent-up energy. The remix is a speedy, stripped-back version that races ahead with all the urgency of a shooting star.
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