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Party Edits
Cat: BUMPE 000. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Sample This Piano
DJ Spun vs The Jack Squad - "Track 2"
Can You Feel The Beat (DJ Spun Bass mix)
Acid Man (edit)
Review: Spun's Party Edits is real catnip for DJs who like to work the floor hard. Next up, the scalpel maestro, DJ and West Coast legend lands on a new sub-label from Blkmarket Music label with another hard-hitting 12" that really brings the party. First up is the iconic 'Sample This Piano' with new low sling beats but the haunting lead melodies left in place. DJ Spun Vs The Jack Squad's 'Track 02' is an ice cold minimal house cut with lo-fi pads and amercing vibe and 'Can You Feel The Beat' (DJ Spun Bass mix) is a trippy analogue jam with dusty breaks and emotive vocal hooks. 'Acid Man' closes with a raw ghetto feel. A fine start to life for this new label, then.
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 in stock HK$138.77
No Future EP
No Future EP (limited 12")
Cat: PF 005. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Aline Umber - "Hypnotized" (feat Poggio) (5:09)
Juaan - "Talt" (5:51)
Ramez - "Devil Selectro" (5:39)
Plazeg - "German Physicist" (6:03)
Review: Poggio and Gabriel Belabbas' cheeky Positive Future label is back once again to bring some playful mischief to the contemporary electro-techno scene. This split release showcases some of the artists orbiting the label, kicking off in spooky style with Aline Umber's 'Hypnotized', which features a pitched down vocal from Poggio no less. Juaan's 'Talt' is equally steeped in B-movie freakery and tongue-in-cheek samples, while Ramez takes things deeper on bass-toting dirtbag joint 'Devil Selectro'. Plazeg finishes the record off with the scattershot bleep feast 'German Physicist', which has a whale of a time plying its own line in gleefully macabre club music.
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 in stock HK$128.68
Phonox Nights
Cat: F4 005CD. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Phonox Nights
Cryptic Numeric
Bone Pointer
Infidelity Of Time
Wolves Don't Chase Hope (They Chase Rabbits)
Gates To The South
Church Of Burnt Offerings
Boots & The Pike
One Part Disco
Review: The late great Andrew Weatherall has now been gone more than three years but his legacy will never dim. The sartorial culture vulture did everything from warped ambient to futuristic techno via dark disco chug, and before he left us too soon in February 2020 he was working on one last album with Nina Walsh in her Facility 4 studio. Phonox Nights is named after the London club this music was initially tested in and is everything you expected from Weatherall and more. It has an acid laced title track, synth lines coaxed out by Walsh, slow burning acid house, soot-black dub disco and plenty more, making it one of the best works from this long time creative partnership.
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! low stock HK$106.14
Life Miles
Life Miles (2xLP)
Cat: VIS 335. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Pinfire (6:49)
Transitory Moments (6:19)
North Of The Sun (6:24)
Lowrider (7:36)
Abundance (6:20)
Figures Of Eight (7:05)
Flight Of Fancy (6:53)
Send Love To The Future (4:16)
Headlong (4:14)
Review: Long-cherished underground stalwart Claus Voigtmann finally serves up his long-awaited new album Life Miles after many years of essential sounds on labels like Assemble and Intermission. He really shows his range here with a record that draws on his experiences of playing around the world in all sorts of different settings. 'Pinfire' and 'Transitory Moments' open up and take you to the heart of fabric, a club he has played so often, while 'North of the Sun' heads off into space on sleek electro rhythms while the likes of 'Abundance' bring cosmic melodic fun to a lively and inventive rhythm. Elsewhere there is the high-speed electro-funk of 'Flight Of Fancy' and the introspective downbeat trip 'Send Love To The Future' making this a varied and vital affair.

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Played by: Nachtbraker
 in stock HK$236.78
Parabolic Minds
Parabolic Minds (limited 12")
Cat: SISM O03. Rel: 05 Dec 23
Hoy Tengo Ganas (5:28)
Galactic Echo (6:13)
La Cuarta Dimension (6:01)
You Clear Me The Space To Fall (5:21)
Review: It's time for a showcase of the finest electro transmitting out of Spain, as Sismo invites Dark Vektor and Gravedad Cinetica to pool their talents on a 12" trip to the dark side of the force. At a time when the electro coming out of their country is at an all time high in both quality and quantity, on this 12" the duo prove themselves to be right at the crest of the wave. 'Hoy Tengo Ganas' is a pitch-perfect slice of synth noir which calls to mind Miss Kittin & The Hacker, while 'Galactic Echo' nods to Drexciya and Jonzun Crew in equal measure. There's some more experimental angles to 'La Cuarta Dimension' and 'You Clear Me The Space To Fall' comes on heavy with the influence of the Motor City pioneers from Stinson & Donald to Aux 88.
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 in stock HK$118.39
Technicolor (remastered)
Cat: M 003. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Technicolor (radio mix) (4:45)
Color Dubbing (3:28)
Technicolor (long mix) (6:53)
Review: It's time to head back to 1987 and the early days of techno and electro experiments helmed by Juan Atkins and Doug Craig as Channel One at their studio lab in Detroit for this one. Remastered from the original tapes for this reissue, 'Technicolor' sounds as new and inventive now as ever - it has crashing hits and tight arps with hints of Kraftworks tinny synth work over a punchy low end with muffled vocal stabs. Pure body music. Radio and long mixes are included alongside third version 'Color Dubbing'. Essential stuff.
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 in stock HK$120.45
Nanoclusters (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: CPU 01111001. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Khroxic Mould (3:38)
Snapterisk (3:47)
Metallik (3:13)
Syntheseers (2:53)
Calcula (4:02)
Metro Esc (3:19)
Digit Six (3:10)
Metal Glass (3:03)
Review: Global Goon should be familiar to anyone with an appreciation for real deal braindance from the label that coined it, Rephlex. As a veteran of Aphex's label, the Goon has proven himself to be gifted in the art of off-kilter electro more than enough over the years. Quite simply, no-one is giving machine funk quite the flair and verve this guy is, and his wobbly jams are over-flowing with ideas. This is exactly what braindance is all about, wringing emotion, originality and sense of mischief out of the noisy boxes in your studio. At eight tracks, this is more like an album than an EP, all the better to sink your brain into.
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 in stock HK$110.25
ZMNT 009
ZMNT 009 (12")
Cat: ZMNT 009. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Gravel Pit (5:40)
Ideal Future (5:05)
Acid Thirst (5:57)
Climb These Walls (5:43)
Review: M Parent's penchant for texture is laid bare on this searing and arresting new EP for Zement. It opens with 'Gravel Pit' which sounds like an audio diary from a car-wrecking plant. Twisted metal, fizzing battery acid, and crushed glass all feature over a distorted baseline and broken rhythm. Those same scuzzy sounds define the rest of the EP from the acid-laced 'Ideal Future' to the coruscated funk of 'Acid Thirst' via the caustic intensity of closer Climb These Walls'. An impressively unique offering that very much has its own singularly sound palette.

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 in stock HK$102.12
Grava 4 (reissue)
Cat: CAL009RE2023/C# 25LPBLACK. Rel: 27 Oct 23
Cascading Celestial Giants
Gravity Waves
Powers Of The Deep
Drexcyen Star Chamber
Drexcyen REST Principle (Research Experimentation Science Technology)
Hightech Nomads
700 Million Lightyears From Earth
Astronomical Guidepost
Review: Released in 2002 as the Drexciya project was forced towards an untimely finish with the passing of James Stinson, Grava 4 remains a high-point in the legendary Detroit electro pioneers' catalogue. As ever, the magic of the record lies in the balance between experimental, provocative sound design and fully physical, instinctive machine funk. Stinson and Gerald Donald were able to say a great deal within the parameters of their project, and Grava 4 remains leagues ahead of what most people think electro can be. Just marvel at the likes of 'Gravity Waves', which feels like the truest representation of the genre without ever following a pre-existing formula.
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 in stock HK$244.91
My Acidic Being
My Acidic Being (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: PNKMN 051. Rel: 05 Dec 23
Laying It On Thick (5:27)
Trailing Effects (7:07)
I've Been Here Before (6:13)
It Seems Like Yesterday (6:44)
 in stock HK$118.39
That Body
That Body (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: PPU 0297. Rel: 06 Nov 23
That Body (4:21)
Fired Up (4:21)
Review: Peoples Potential Unlimited or PPU, is one of the freshest funk labels out there, whether serving up new funk sounds that sound old, or reissuing classic funk sounds that seem bang up to date. Often lo-fi in design but high in emotion, they make for party-starting gems with real swagger. This latest limited 7" is a reissue of a classic from The X-Man, who has apparently been locked away in the Detroit Psychiatric Hospital for the last 30 years. His aggressive funk style pairs driving drums and taught synths with libidinous vocal delivers and plenty of great guitar riffs. Here we have the driving 'That Body' paired with the more deep and bumping 'Fire Up'. Both bang.
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Cat: INN8 006. Rel: 25 Sep 23
Gilbert - "Low Flying Objects" (6:17)
Gilbert - "Unknown Entities" (5:58)
Owain K - "Corona Borealis" (6:57)
Owain K - "New Horizon" (7:01)
Review: The small but already well-formed Innate label offers up a superb split EP for its sixth outing. Gilbert opens up with 'Low Flying Objects', a widescreen and serene bit of synth-laden tendon with more than a hint of Motor City soul over the dusty drums. 'Unknown Entities' is a brain-cleansing and celestial electro-styled cut with dreamy pads and cinematic deepness. Bristol-born, Welsh-rooted Owain K then steps up to the flip with equally painterly sounds. 'Corona Borealis' pairs deep and rubbery bass with crisp electro drum patterns and far-sighted chords. 'New Horizon' then closes out with some delightfully dozy deep house that's laden with wispy chords and undulating bass.

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 in stock HK$100.06
Exit Planet Earth: Silicon 
Exit Planet Earth: Silicon  (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: EPE 06. Rel: 15 Nov 21
Extrawelt - "Hail The Whale" (Coexisting mix) (6:45)
Djedjotronic - "NDE" (4:45)
Ste Roberts - "The Rebirth 2.0" (6:44)
Ivna Ji - "Rescape" (6:19)
Review: 20/20 Vision are exiting planet Earth once again with the latest in their perfectly formed series of electro explorations, as Extrawelt leads the charge with an illustrious slice of braindance-tinted funk titled 'Hail The Whale (Coexisting Mix)'. Djedjotronic follows that up with a bold blast of mammoth synth work which hits pretty damn hard without being pointlessly brutal. Ste Roberts takes a break from his self-titled label run to offer up a freaky foray into acid-speckled territory, and Ivna Ji gets expressive with a rich palette of synths moving in harmony around a sharp and snappy beat.
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 in stock HK$36.75
Y01 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: XYY 01. Rel: 29 Nov 21
Track 1 (6:53)
Track 2 (5:54)
Track 3 (5:03)
Review: Having just made a splash with a 12" of adventurous leftfield techno, Intercepts simultaneously emerges as an inventive force in the field of electro too. Again, we get three shadowy producers stepping out at a mean clip, with 'Track 1' running faster than average and revelling in razor sharp edits that split the difference between braindance, d&b and machine funk and come up with dark, sinewy gold. 'Track 2' eschews the kicks and works a few more melodic elements into the mix for a starry-eyed piece with an underlying spookiness. Then 'Track 3' locks into something much more upfront with a chunky lead hook and satisfyingly dirty drums. There's serious flex in the synth work here, suggesting someone that may have been honing their craft for some time already. Electro heads take note - this is something different.
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 in stock HK$8.13
Computer Age (feat Universal Cave mix)
Cat: ERC 148. Rel: 09 Oct 23
Computer Age (club mix) (4:59)
Computer Age (dub mix) (4:59)
Computer Age (Universal Cave Discomix) (13:35)
Review: King Sporty is something of a chameleonic artists, not that many people know. He started out int he 70s making reggae and soul 7"s, then moved into disco, boogie, hip-hop and electro 12"s during the 80s, and then when house music hit in the 90s he evolved once more. This new drop from Emotional Rescue takes a tune from that late era. 'Computer Music' is four to the floor with electro influences and a lazy break that pull you in deep. Far-sighted chords bring a serene sense of cosmic majesty while a filtered vocal adds space age vibes. A dub is included as well as the Universal Cave Discomix by the Philadelphia DJ and production crew. A retro-future EP indeed..
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 in stock HK$114.27
Aleven (12")
Cat: DOO 767. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Splean Addition
Review: The Doo label hasn't been in a rush to relax music but when it comes we have always been all ears. It's once again SNP 500 behind this later batch of fresh beats and as ever they serve as a portal in a sublime techno universe. 'Purt' is the smooth, serene and loopy opener that transports you to a place far away and up amongst the stars. 'Splean Addition' then brings a whip-snapping mix of hits and kicks with lashings of sci-fi synth energy and 'Cord' takes it super deep. The minimal shuffler is warmed through with nice balmy chords and makes for quote the heady 5am trip.
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 in stock HK$95.95
Present Magnificus
Cat: SPTM 008. Rel: 15 Nov 23
Blade Soup (7:13)
Bleeding Rainbow (7:07)
Dolphin's Parade (7:21)
Summer Lies (6:45)
Review: Atimpuri emerges from the Italian prog techno scene with Present Magnificus, a sublime new EP for the small but already well formed Spaziotempo (or 'space time') label. Giordano is already known amongst those who know as a fine DJ and producer, as the uninitiated will now discover with this top label debut. He explores fusing of an array of styles form techno to prog, trance to Italo, breakbeat to electro on an EP that is thoroughly of the moment. all the sounds are sci-fi in design and futuristic in mood with compelling grooves and plenty of great designs that work as well on head as they do heel.
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 in stock HK$102.12
Sirius City
Sirius City (blue vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: AR/RLB 0052. Rel: 04 May 21
Sirius City (5:03)
UFO (4:38)
Call Me, Acid (6:12)
Stars (4:03)
Review: Following on from last year's impressive Redlight debut, Scott Hess is back on his Adeen label with another selection of warm and inventive house cuts splashed with colour and analogue wobbles precision-engineered to catch your ear. Lead track 'Sirius City' leans on a harmonically rich lead line and plenty of off-kilter wriggles to appeal to those who want some cheekiness in their tunes. 'UFO' sports a tasteful acid tweak running in between plush pads and snappy drums, while 'Call Me, Acid' plays around with telephone tropes to make a bleepy jam that will have the ID requests flying in. 'Stars' offers something sweeter to complete the set, spacing out the beats to leave the synths plenty of room to cavort around a celestial name-checking session for deep house dreamers.
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 in stock HK$24.50
Lifestyles Of The Laptop Cafe
Lifestyles Of The Laptop Cafe (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 90R. Rel: 22 Feb 18
Eye Contact (5:28)
It's Your Love (7:29)
Moonlight Rendezvous (7:04)
You Said You Want Me (4:23)
Let Me Be Me (3:32)
Running From Love (2:38)
Lifestyles Of The Casual (5:27)
Sunrays (8:14)
Review: Last year, someone set up an online petition calling for Warp to re-release The Other People Place's brilliant Lifestyles Of The Laptop Cafe album on wax. Happily, Warp has responded to the strength of feeling from electronica fans - most of whom bristled at the high online prices for second hand copies - and re-pressed it. Drexciya man James Stinson's 2001 solo set remains a timeless electronic classic; a perfectly pitched and immaculately produced fusion of downtempo electro rhythms, spacey electronics and twinkling synthesizer melodies. In fact, you'll struggle to find a better electro album full stop, making this reissue an essential purchase for anyone not lucky enough to own an original copy.
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 in stock HK$159.26
Trance Beckenbauer
Cat: THISBE 015. Rel: 02 Nov 23
Trance Beckenbauer
Putos Mosquitos
Congarella Di Luna
Analog Garbage
Putos Mosquitos (Inigo Vontier remix)
Congarella Di Luna (Zillas On Acid remix)
Review: If you were a fan, and wouldn't you be, of Blade Runner, then this new 12" from Oblako Maranta will be right up your street. 'Trance Beckenbauer' is the atmospheric open with futurist feels and rising synth arps that suggest drama is to come. There is more weight and rhythm to the dubby 'Putos Mosquitos' with its mosquito-style leads and rumbling bass and elsewhere things get more dark and menacing with the sound of malevolent robots in 'Congarella Di Luna' and pure paranoid dominates the mid-tempo chug of 'Analog Garbage.' Inigo Vontier adds a prying remix while Zillas On Acid keeps it trippy.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock HK$146.91
The Other World EP
Cat: RTTD 023. Rel: 26 Jun 23
The Other World (6:29)
Preserve The Rave (5:59)
The Man Of The Street (feat Mike Tansella Jr) (5:17)
Hasta La Vista, Baby (5:08)
Review: DJ Plant Texture aka Bari's Donato Basile makes a Return to Disorder with four blistering cuts of jungle, electro, techno and acid. He is a versatile producer who takes no prisoners and considers no sounds off-limits. This one kicks off with the brutalist beats and casuistic synths of 'The Other World' before funky, acid-laced techno bouncer 'Preserve The Rave' takes you to the next level. 'The Man Of The Street' (feat Mike Tansella Jr) is then a deeper, more cosmic cut with thinking synths but still plenty of powerful rhythms and last of all are the dark jungle breaks of 'Hasta La Vista, Baby.' These are highly charged and guaranteed dance floor destroyers from this ever-on-point wizard.
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 in stock HK$97.91
Detwat (coloured vinyl LP)
Cat: FXHEHITECH 2. Rel: 03 Jul 23
Nu Munni (feat FullBodyDurag) (3:10)
Money Phone (2:11)
Clap That A$$ (2:04)
Shrimp N Grits (feat JMT) (1:49)
Zooted (feat DJKillaSquid) (2:22)
WhyYouFuggMyOpps (feat Link Sinatra, Ciarah) (2:26)
Glitch N Ass (feat Cheapskate Skutta, Dastardly Kids) (3:12)
Birthday Pearls (feat QuikKash) (2:17)
Pocket Pussy (feat Milfie) (1:51)
TakeOffOnnaPorsche (1:59)
TeeTees Dispo (feat Sprng4evr) (2:31)
No Games (feat Nlghind, Dastardly Kids) (2:54)
Review: Is there a more vital label in all of underground electronic music than FXHE? It never ceases to amaze us how Omar S manages to put out so much music of such high quality, mostly of his own making, but also from plenty of satellite producers he lures under his wing. This time we're treated to a rare full-length from someone other than the boss as the Motor City's Hi Tech duo step up with a raw ghettotech workout. These are sleazy tracks with raw production, bumping basslines, high-speed rhythms and plenty of rapped vocals packed with juke and footwork attitude.
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 in stock HK$155.14
Broken Mind EP
Cat: EMCV 012. Rel: 31 Aug 23
Broken Mind
Keep It Real
Young 2006
Review: The Electro Music Coalition continues to battle onward in its quest to serve up the freshest electro from the farthest edges of the cosmos. Fobos Hailey indeed sounds like some distance star cluster and takes us there right from the off with 'Broken Mind', a high speed and punchy electro groove with fizzing synth energy. 'Keep It Real' is more dystopian, with machines in meltdown and neck-snapping hits. 'Shedance' brings b-boy breaks other fore and douses them is filtered vocal fragments and skewed synth tension. 'Young 2006' rounds out with another caustic mix of frosted synth textures and twisted leads over tight as you like electro drum funk.
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Cat: MAP 016. Rel: 24 Feb 23
Transparency (5:49)
Real Recognize Real (6:03)
False Hope (Nowhere Street) (5:50)
Beware Of The Fakers (4:16)
Review: Detroit In Effect turns out lots of music at a superbly high-quality level. This is already a second EP of the year after A Detroit Story on this same M.A.P. label earlier in February. Once again it finds the Motor City artist mining the machines to come up with electro diamonds that are razor sharp and designed to drill to the very heart of any dancefloor. 'Transparency' opens up with jagged lines and funky ghetto claps, 'Real Recognize Real' has more far-gazing chords and squelchy acid bass and 'False Hope (Nowhere Street)' is riddled with talk box vocals and edgy stabs over hurried, restless electro rhythms. 'Beware Of The Fakers' then lines up more chattery claps and lithe melodies that take you into an intergalactic night.
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 in stock HK$108.20
ZMNT008 (12")
Cat: ZMNT 008. Rel: 30 May 23
901 Area (4:09)
Sxx (4:08)
JMS (4:23)
We Are (3:33)
Resist (4:39)
Destroy (4:14)
Review: Raw Takes offers up exactly that - perfectly imperfect electro jams direct from his machines. We last heard from him here at Juno back in 2020 on a VA via the Sample Delivery label but here he takes charge of all six cuts on this new Zement EP. '901 Area' opens with wobbly sheet metal synths and zippy pads that eventually coalesce around a nice snappy electro breakbeat. 'Sxx' pairs ambient pads with machine gun laser fire and 'JMS' then brings a more deep and reverential viber. The rich variation continues on the flip so that there is everything from tripped-out acid to hard-hitting and ear-drum-shattering electro-tech.
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BRUTAZ 14 (12")
Cat: BRUTAZ 14. Rel: 05 Dec 23
Alligators (6:04)
Freezone (8:53)
PLAN - "Phuture" (5:24)
Phone Number (9:11)
Review: Polish label Brutaz remains a vital portal into underground realms of experimental techno, this time offering up the many-sided Stereometrix with their debut EP. If 'Allligators' sets the tone as a minimal, dubby experiment comfortable shirking immediate dancefloor motion, don't be misled as 'Freezone' switches stance very quickly an emotive slice of electronica with cascading melodic lines spiralling around each other in spectacular formations. 'Plan - Future' keeps you guessing with a more direct 4/4 beat and a tendency towards shimmering, after hours tech house on the adventurous end of the spectrum. 'Phone Number' completes the EP in a more fractured framework, peppered with the liberal dub processing which binds the record together as a whole.
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 in stock HK$114.27
Der Rhythmus
Der Rhythmus (splattered vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: SYST 01366. Rel: 29 Nov 23
Der Rhythmus
Der Rhythmus (Dense & Pika remix)
Review: Six months after their first collaborative outing 'Die Zeit' in May - also on thyme Systematic label - two bonafide German techno titans have been busy in the studio once more. This time they offer up 'Der Rhythmus' on limited edition splattered vinyl and it is another timeless, terrific and peak time cut. The drums and snares are snappy as you like with distorted bass down low and suspensory arps keeping you on edge as a libidinous female vocal adds the final touches. UK duo Dense & Pika remix with a more stripped-back but not less slamming sound.
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 in stock HK$177.68
Zopelar EP
Cat: THC 006. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Fala Serio (5:47)
808 Dream (6:47)
Acid (1) (5:33)
Acid Republic (with RHr) (6:54)
 in stock HK$110.25
NOW That's What I Call 80s Dancefloor: Disco & Electro
Cat: LPDF 2. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Irene Cara - "Flashdance What A Feeling" (radio edit) (3:55)
Shalamar - "A Night To Remember" (single version) (3:29)
Rockers Revenge - "Walking On Sunshine" (feat Donnie Calvin - single version) (3:40)
Freeez - "IOU" (7" version remastered) (3:51)
Shannon - "Let The Music Play" (radio edit) (3:29)
Company B - "Fascinated" (edit) (3:49)
Expose - "Point Of No Return" (7" version) (3:31)
Nu Shooz - "I Can’t Wait" (3:37)
Chaka Khan - "I Feel For You" (edit) (4:05)
Jellybean - "Just A Mirage" (remastered 2012) (4:49)
Malcolm McLaren & The World's Famous Supreme Team - "Buffalo Gals" (3:44)
Break Machine - "Street Dance" (7" version) (3:41)
Rock Steady Crew - "(Hey You) The Rock Steady Crew" (3:45)
Ollie & Jerry - "Breakin' There's No Stopping Us" (From Breakin' Soundtrack) (4:27)
The SOS Band - "Just Be Good To Me" (4:05)
Sister Sledge - "Lost In Music" (1984 Bernard Edwards & Nile Rodgers remix - 1995 Remaster) (6:35)
Amii Stewart - "Knock On Wood" (1985 7" remix) (4:05)
Sheila & B Devotion - "Space" (version single) (3:39)
Carly Simon - "Why" (radio edit) (3:30)
Diana Ross - "Upside Down" (4:03)
Odyssey - "Use It Up & Wear It Out" (edit) (3:48)
Evelyn Champagne King - "Love Come Down" (3:17)
Whitney Houston - "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)" (4:48)
Donna Summer - "She Works Hard For The Money" (Edited single version) (4:09)
Lipps Inc - "Funkytown" (3:54)
Patrick Cowley - "Do You Wanna Funk" (feat Sylvester - radio edit) (3:25)
Sharon Redd - "Can You Handle It?" (radio edit) (3:51)
KC & The Sunshine Band - "Give It Up" (4:09)
Indeep - "Last Night A DJ Saved My Life" (radio edit) (4:41)
Review: There is no end to the amount of music that NOW has served up over its many years in the music business. From its thrice-yearly pop comps to its vast decades-long snapshots, it has always offered up the freshest pop hits in fulsome fashion. This latest collection, NOW That's What I Call 80s Dancefloor: Disco & Electro, is a double vinyl album on purple and pink wax that brings together the best disco and electro of the 80s. All the names you'd expect feature from Malcolm McLaren & The World's Famous Supreme Team to Shannon with Freeze, Chaka Khan and more also adding weight.
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 in stock HK$214.43
Yellow Jackets Vol 7
Yellow Jackets Vol 7 (limited 12")
Cat: YJ 007. Rel: 17 Nov 23
KEMETIC JUST - "Romance With You" (7:05)
THE REFLEKTOR - "Arawak Track" (6:05)
Review: The latest entry in the Yellow Jackets series takes us back to a couple of gems dug out by dedicated heads with discerning taste. Kemetic Just are always worthy of more shine, not least when it comes to their 2004 album The Peace Between Us. It was a bold take on future jazz and deep house with a raw edge, and 'Romance With You' was a standout track which now gets a full side of vinyl to bump out on. We're not sure on the provenance of 'Arawak' on the B-side, but it's unmistakably the handiwork of Gifted + Blessed under his The Reflektor moniker, which means you get treated to a singular kind of electro full of feeling and flair.
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Synchronicity EP
Cat: VACU 001. Rel: 07 Dec 23
Carriego - "Sector 5" (5:48)
Stonem - "Another" (6:44)
Adelina - "Namaliuy Meni Nich" (5:58)
Nicole - "Lies In Your Head" (4:06)
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The Pulse EP (reissue)
Cat: 12TOT 11. Rel: 03 Oct 23
Indo Tribe - "Bring In The Pulse" (MFK mix) (5:10)
Indo Tribe - "In The Mind Of A Child" (First Born mix) (5:04)
The Future Sound Of London - "Hardhead" (Frothin' At The Mouth mix) (6:06)
The Future Sound Of London - "Pulse State" (831 AM mix) (7:20)
Review: Jumpin' & Pumpin' looks back into the seminal archives of The Future Sound of London here to reissue their fantastic The Pulse EP from 2008 which also featured tunes from Manchester pair Indo Tribe. It is they who start with 'Bring In The Pulse' which features some Happy Mondays hallelujahs, mad rave whistles and bristling electronic breaks. 'In The Mind Of A Child' (First Born mix) is then a bouncy techno cut with more visceral synth and acid lines and The Future Sound Of London kick off the flipside with 'Hardhead' (Frothin' At The Mouth mix) which is an assault of breaks, congas, whistles and rave signifiers. 'Pulse State' (831 AM mix) is that perfect tune to zone out to on a late night drive on the motorway.
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CMDRPX 004 (limited 12")
Cat: CMDRPX 004. Rel: 04 Dec 23
MoYA81 - "The Way We Like" (4:59)
Yu - "Another Call Me Bad" (6:48)
Gianluca Pellerano - "Alienated Theater" (6:32)
NND - "Incomingtransmission" (6:29)
Review: Cimedirapax opts to welcome no fewer than four artists to its fourth EP, and they all take one track each. There is plenty going on with MoYA81's 'The Way We Like' from electro crash drums to wonky Italo melodies to withering sci-fi disco effects. Yu's 'Another Call Me Bad' rides on cascading synth arps that never let you settle for a moment and Gianluca Pellerano's 'Alienated Theater' then explores slamming tech house with electro style melodies bringing a cinematic vibe. NND cuts the most loose of the lot with sheet metal snares and wispy synths, prying bass and crisp tech funk drums on 'Incomingtransmission.' Innovative stuff all round.
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Oddlove EP
Cat: USR 028. Rel: 08 Dec 23
Cali G (5:04)
Greenumb (6:36)
Plazma (4:37)
K-Kraze (4:45)
Oddlove (5:00)
Review: Undersound Recordings have got some heat on their hands here thanks to Levat who does not much about four fulsome techno fusions. The first is freewheeling and has wild synths spraying about the mix over hefty drums. 'Greenumb' then has an edgy feel with more electronic-sounding synths and keys bringing unruly energy to the thudding kicks. 'Plazma' is dark and menacing with its coarse hits nailing you to the floor and 'K-Kraze' is an electro-tinged pumper with frazzle chord vamps. 'Oddlove' shuts down with withering sci-fi sounds and a future feel.
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Shuiler (12")
Cat: HCS 991. Rel: 05 Dec 23
Shuiler (6:23)
Fusilli (6:56)
Review: Electro heavyweight Marco Bernardi is back on Harbour City Sorrow with his first release in four years. Given his considerable history exploring the outer limits of machine funk, you'll be pleased to know this new single offers another two excursions into parts unknown that shirk the formulaic tendencies of so much contemporary electro. 'Shuiler' opens the record up in a shimmer of high-definition synth lines tipped towards melancholic braindance and perfectly suited to warm-up hours or the afters alike. 'Fusilli' takes a wholly different approach steeped in sharp, abrasive drums more indebted to industrial than electro, and some deadly rompler slap bass which will keep dancers on their toes in the parties adventurous enough to give this mutant beatdown a spin.
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Bosconi Stallions Vol III
Cat: BOSCOLP 05. Rel: 03 Nov 23
The Mechanical Man - "The Magic Number" (5:26)
Minimono - "Grit Wave" (5:14)
Lucretio - "Gradius" (4:14)
Queen Of Coins - "Genesis" (5:35)
Miguel Herrnandez - "Bad Renaissance" (5:27)
Twovi - "Galassia Cosmica" (5:04)
Data Memory Access - "Controller" (6:14)
Passarani - "Bungy Bungy Bungy" (4:52)
Dj Rou - "Milky Way" (4:45)
Lapucci - "One 1st" (5:18)
Alexander Robotnick - "It's So Easy" (5:00)
Feel Fly - "Peach" (5:34)
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Unfixed (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: STS 419LPC. Rel: 08 Dec 23
Birmingham Screwdriver (4:31)
Wick & Wax (9:07)
Golden Hammer (4:25)
Percussive Maintenance (8:34)
Review: Barker makes his debut for Smalltown Supersound here with four cuts that find him move away from the beatless experiments of his 2019 album Utility and his Debiasing EP the year before. Here the Berghain resident explores what he says is "the variability and sonic possibilities of the kick-drum." The EP kicks off with the acid-laced first single 'Birmingham Screwdriver' which is a fine introduction to what is a fine EP. The EP reflects the organic approach that Barker takes to making music and showcase great ideas and fine sound designs throughout.
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Played by: Evan Michael
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Tiger Fold EP
Tiger Fold EP (10" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: TIGERFOLDG. Rel: 29 Sep 23
Tiger Fold (9:52)
How I Feel (6:46)
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Void (140 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: INFILTRATE LP01. Rel: 15 Nov 21
The Source (4:53)
Reconnect (4:02)
Saturn (4:13)
Isolate (4:28)
Void (4:53)
Objective (4:29)
Stargate (4:18)
Flash (4:30)
Reflect (5:28)
Horizons (5:12)
Review: Back in 2018, previously unheard artist James Infiltrate impressed via a punchy EP of club-focused electro numbers. It later emerged that the mysterious producer was none other than Constant Sound founder Burnski. Here he dons the alias once more for a full-length excursion three years in the making. It's a fine album, too, with the long-serving producer delivering a winning combination of punchy, club-ready beats, sci-fi fired synth sounds, moody Michigan bass and the kind of authentically spacey atmosphere that has long been associated with the greatest electro records. There's also enough subtle variety in terms of tempo and style to guarantee that you'll not get bored of it any time soon. Highly impressive, but did we really expect anything less?
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Being EP
Being EP (12")
Cat: AM 005. Rel: 25 Sep 23
Being (4:29)
Touch (3:28)
Running Back (5:53)
Soft Spring (3:51)
Yunnan (5:50)
Review: It's time to clock up more Air Miles here as the small but well-formed label invites Supreems for another excursion into emotional yet robust breakbeats. 'Being' floats above the dancefloor on perfect frictionless drum loops that lurch to and fro and 'Touch' is a deep space trip with pensive cosmic pads and delightfully delicate but dynamic breaks. There is more weight and crispy texture to the zoned out sounds of 'Running Back', then 'Soft Spring' brings a heart aching female vocal to a loose cluster of beats, breaks, hits and churchy chords. 'Yunnan' shuts things down with a dark yet alluring energy. There is great craft in these cuts as well as plenty of dancefloor clout.
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Set It Off
Cat: JB 001. Rel: 26 Apr 05
Set It Off
Set It Off (instrumental)
Review: Classic party starter by George Logions and Walter Gibbons. A hybrid of early 80s disco and electro. Feel the 808!!
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Saitara Funk
Cat: JS7S 318. Rel: 08 Jun 22
Saitara Funk (3:56)
Sekibetsu No Uta (4:37)
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Motor Space Maps
Cat: INFILTRATE 12. Rel: 18 Jul 22
Motor Space Maps (5:48)
Modulation (5:51)
EMC (5:47)
Back In Time (6:19)
Review: The Maltese machine funk specialist himself Keith Farrugia is back once more with yet more of his impeccable electro business as Sound Synthesis. This time the prolific producer is shoring up on Burnski's Infiltrate label with four cool and deadly cuts which build on his previous drops for 20:20 Vision, Furthur Electronix, Orbital Mechanics and more besides. From the nervy sci-fi flex of 'Motor Space Maps' to the playful fun n' games of 'Back In Time', Farrugia knows exactly what he's doing within the electro blueprint, and his tracks are reliably punchy warm - a true master at work.
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Acid Avengers 021
Cat: AAR 021. Rel: 25 Mar 22
Maelstrom - "Acid Zdoch" (4:47)
Maelstrom - "Think For Yourself" (3:56)
Maelstrom - "La Nuit Est A Toi" (3:50)
Locked Club & RLGN - "Captain Industrial" (6:05)
Locked Club & RLGN - "Kill Me" (5:16)
Review: Electro monarchs Maelstrom, Locked Club and RLGN return to EP-making with a four-track array of acid bangers, happily working together on a split record to celebrate the pan-European electro scene. Their offering is unequal in quantity (2 Maelstrom and 3 Locked Club tunes) but is resolutely equal in heat; 'LA Nuit Est A Toi' is Maelstrom's standout, bleepy and suffocating in its generative, janky fright. Locked Club and RLGN follow up, 'Kill Me' being the best and most suicidally pushy techno track to soundtrack our nightmares.

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Shufflin' (12")
Cat: LT 095. Rel: 20 Jan 22
Shufflin' (6:51)
WWC (4:37)
I Can't Stop (6:22)
Yolan & His Tortoise (4:09)
Urquoise (5:28)
Played by: M50
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Acid Avengers 020
Cat: AAR 020. Rel: 04 Feb 22
Acidulant - "Super Rave" (4:33)
Acidulant - "Save The Last Rave" (3:28)
Acidulant - "Hauz Trax" (5:47)
Voiron - "Bon Kick Voiron" (3:40)
Voiron - "Digital Voiron Workstation" (4:30)
Voiron - "Sugar Voiron" (4:31)
Review: Some six years after debuting via a deliciously angular and energetic EP from Jaquarius and Mono-Enzyme 307, the Acid Avengers imprint notches up release number 20. Like most of the label's EPs, it's a multi-artist affair. Sometime Balkan Vinyl and Bass Assault artist Acidulant handles side A, bouncing between rushing, piano-sporting 1992 hardcore revivalism ('Super Rave'), sub-heavy deep electro haziness ('Save The Last Rave') and throbbing, arpeggio driven trance/breakbeat techno fusion ('Hauz Trax'). Voiron, who last graced the label back in 2016, takes over on the flip. The Paris-based producer first fuses glistening, spacey melodies, twisted acid lines, post-electro beats and dirty bass on 'Bon Kick Voiron', before opting for deep acid house on 'Digital Voiron Workstation' and atmospheric, Orbital-meets-'90s tech-house on 'Sugar Voiron'.
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Chromatophore Vol 1
Chromatophore Vol 1 (limited numbered purple vinyl 12" + insert + stickers)
Cat: CHR 001. Rel: 09 Oct 20
Plant43 - "Europan Tides" (6:13)
Kev Cotter - "The Bronx Executioner" (4:33)
Allward - "Slowburst" (5:15)
Review: Chromatophore makes a head turning debut in the world of vinyl with a various artists EP that reaches all points of the electro spectrum. Plant43 will be no stranger to those in the know and opens up in urgent fashion with the synth waves and driving grooves of 'European Tides'. Kev Cotter gets a little more introspective and deep in his complex 'The Bronx Executioner' with a mood bassline underpinning the whole thing. The most experimental of the lot is Allward's closing gem 'Slowburst,' a mix of shimming synths and disappearing pads that leave you floating adrift in the skies.
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Cathexis Sessions Vol 1
Cat: 030EP 015. Rel: 22 May 20
End Of Time (4:49)
Crimson V2 (5:07)
Don't Wanna Wait (3:09)
Silver Exo (9:49)
B St Blues (reprise) (3:43)
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FD 005
FD 005 (hand-stamped 12" in hand-painted sleeve)
Cat: FD 005. Rel: 30 Jun 20
Barra (5:30)
Drma (4:28)
Kirkham (4:51)
The Ropes Tension (3:21)
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Do You Wanna Dance? (feat Felix Dickinson mix)
Do You Wanna Dance? (5:31)
Do You Wanna Dance? (instrumental) (5:27)
Do You Wanna Dance? (Felix Dickinson Discomix) (9:08)
Review: Emotional Rescue returns with the third (and final?) King Sporty & The Ex Tras releases with the first ever-official reissue of the highly sought after cult boogie jam Do You Wanna Dance? Coming as remastered vocal and instrumental, plus again featuring a special Discomix, this time courtesy of acid-disco slayer Felix Dickinson.

Appearing shortly after the success of the band's only album, Extra Funky, Do You Wanna Dance? pointed the way forward, moving further from Disco and closer to the rising electro-boogie sounds that were sweeping the dance floors. The confident up / jump electro drum programming, slap bass and trademark Sporty guitar chops are propelled by a monster swamp inducing synth arpeggio that sings the funk electric, while hip-hop-shout-outs ride the rhythm. If the vocals are too much for some, then the original Instrumental (dub) is also included for those just wanting that infectious groove.

As many will recall, Do You Wanna Dance? featured on Felix's "Originals" compilation for Claremont 56 back in 2011, so when the King Sporty reissue project was coming together there was only one name to be asked for the Discomix. With a long history of DJing and music production, as well the man behind the Recycled Records, Fools Gold, Urban Myth and Bastedos labels, as well many, many releases on the long running and aptly titled Cynic Recordings, his remix arrives on point.

Teasingly drawn out, his mix switches back / forth between versions, the interplay between vocals, guitar, bass and electro-glide synths hypnotically building, with Dickinson's deftly dubbing tripping it out, making the title's question irrelevant, as mind and feet involuntarily move.

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