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Vega Records: 5 Pack Unreleased IV
Cat: VRADE 23. Rel: 05 Dec 23
Leroy Burgess - "Nothing Stays The Same" (Two Soul Fusion remix) (13:25)
Tony Touch - "Apaga La Laz" (Pablo Fierro Afro Latino remix) (6:37)
Leroy Burgess - "Nothing Stays The Same" (Two Soul Fusion dub) (6:54)
Two Soul Fusion - "Lovin'" (Two Soul Fusion dub) (14:17)
Louie Vega & Johnny Dangerous - "You Are A Star" (7:22)
Bebe Winans - "Let's Go Champ" (Two Soul Fusion Piano dub) (8:17)
Elements Of Life - "Let Us Shine" (feat Josh Milan - Louie Vega mix) (5:09)
Louie Vega - "Where I Wanna Be" (demo) (7:19)
Louie Vega - "Swayin'" (feat Axel Tosca - demo) (9:44)
Two Soul Fusion - "Brazillian Soul Fusion" (8:29)
Professor - "Unobenga Vs Sermon Of The Drums" (feat Ndu Shezi & Thebe vs Luis radio, Pietro Nicosia - Ken Terry rework) (7:48)
Elements Of Life - "Dusk On The Beach" (demo) (7:08)
Review: Louie Vega remains a towering presence in house music 30+ years after making his early mark. As a solo artist, he deals in soulful, Latin-tinged and musical house sounds that are lavish in arrangement and often made with real instrumentals. The Vega boss now serves up a bumper collection of previously unreleased tunes across no fewer than ten sides of vinyl. There are collaborations, remixes, demos, dubs and reworks along the way and the range in impressive - from deep and triable joints to shuffling samba sounds and back again, this is a vital collection from a real house master.
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 in stock HK$479.83
The Wind
The Wind (12")
Cat: TYPE 01. Rel: 30 Nov 23
The Wind (Rahaan remix)
Baby Baby Please (Rahaan remix)
Review: Newcastle-based Hot Biscuit Recordings unleashes a new offshoot, Typewriter Record Pool, with main label regular Rahaan at the controls. A-side 'Wind' sees the Chicagoan digger, DJ and scalpel fiend take on Christopher Cross's 1980 classic 'Ride Like The Wind', the soft rock legend's dalliance with synth-sporting AOR disco, extending it in all the right places while giving the track a slightly more floor-focused spin. Over on the reverse, 'Baby Baby Please' sees Rahaan stick a Windy City disco rocket under Thelma Houston's frequently overlooked, Clavinet-heavy cover of Philadelphia International favourite 'Don't Leave Me This Way'. Wisely, Rahaan constructs the track as a colossal builder, making great use of the more improvised and expressive parts of Houston's breathlessly brilliant vocal.
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! low stock HK$128.68
Pura Lempuyang Dua Part 2
Pura Lempuyang Dua Part 2 (limited turquoise vinyl 12")
Cat: LPY 14.2. Rel: 04 Dec 23
Fletcher - "It's A Virtue" (7:01)
Mike Schommer - "Kingmaker" (6:06)
Nicolas Barnes - "Sonic Dial" (7:12)
Redrop - "Genesis" (6:34)
Review: Last year's superb Pura Lempuyang album has been pulled apart and served up on a couple of separate 12"s and this is the second one. It comes on limited turquoise vinyl and offers four cuts of stylish deep dub and techno. Fletcher's 'It's A Virtue' goes first with taught, twanging bass and grubby basslines then Mike Schommer's 'Kingmaker' offers liquid dub funk with watery pads and hissing static. Nicolas Barnes picks it up a little with a darker but still warm dub techno roller in 'Sonic Dial' and Redrop's 'Genesis' is the more driving of the lot but again exists right on the ocean floor.
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Tags: Dub Techno
 in stock HK$114.27
An Instrumental Need
Cat: GR 12114. Rel: 05 Dec 23
An Instrumental Need (6:45)
Take Me Up (Gotta Get Up) (Lego mix) (6:28)
Review: New York house royalty Ralphi Rosario has got scores of classics in his back catalogue, and now Groovin have cherry-picked a couple that are more than worthy of a scrub up and repress. The record leads with 'An Instrumental Need', an absolute benchmark of piano house perfection which will instantly take a party to a truly positive place, and that's even before the vibes solo comes twinkling into earshot. On the B-side is 1997 stomper 'Take Me Up', which plays to Rosario's strength in whipping up a frenzy with some seriously stripped back disco heat and an anthemic vocal from Donna Blakely.
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Played by: Paul Starey, The Owl
 in stock HK$118.39
REPWIND 002 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: REPWIND 002. Rel: 04 Dec 23
Groovy D - "Outta My Mind" (4:51)
Johnny U Tah & Firestar Soundsystem - "Babylon" (U-Tah vocal dub) (4:59)
Highrise - "Break Down" (4:12)
Dubplate Pressure - "The Outlaw" (5:02)
Duskope & Jay Ward - "Way You Love" (4:58)
DJ Crisps - "I Believe" (5:05)
Review: Reptile Mob is an all-new sub-label from the revered GLBDOM that is focussed on garage house and bassline. Its first drop was a killer and now this second outing is a various artists collection featuring six standout and bass-heavy jams. It's garage on the A-side and speed garage on the B-side so chose your weapon: Groovy D's 'Outta My Mind' is a sweet shuffler drenched in soul, there's grit in the grooves of 'Babylon' (U-Tah vocal dub) and Highrise layers up the 2-step sounds. Full-on nawtiness defines the odds school sirens and slamming bass of the reverse side. Get stuck in with gun fingers at the ready.
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Played by: Paul Starey
 in stock HK$108.20
Analogue Stories Vol 2
Analogue Stories Vol 2 (dookie brown vinyl 12")
Cat: PHONOGRAMME 38. Rel: 01 Dec 23
Ancient Technology
How U Do It
Review: Prescription and Guidance mainstay Abacus has already done enough to assure his eternal legacy in the story of deep house. But thankfully he is still turning out superbly deep sounds that are as profound and emotive as they are heady and escapist. Here he is back on Phonogramme with 'Analogue Stories Vol. 2' which comes on a unique semi-transparent 12'' vinyl. The beats are warm and humid, thickly coated with a diffuse synth hue as the rooted drums roll on smoothly. 'How U Do It' is out pick - a musical odyssey with layers of instrumentation, piano and percussion all topped off with a Moodyman vocal sample.
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 in stock HK$122.41
Pura Lempuyang Dua Part 1
Pura Lempuyang Dua Part 1 (limited turquoise vinyl 12")
Cat: LPY 14.1. Rel: 04 Dec 23
Dib - "Cieloterra" (6:13)
Federsen - "Random Motion" (6:26)
Grad U - "From The Shadows" (7:14)
Altone - "Emergent Structure" (6:48)
Review: Coming in hot after last year's Pura Lempuyang compilation is this new two part 12" offering up cuts from it on limited edition turquoise wax. Dib kicks off with 'Cieloterra' which is a devilishly deep and dubby techno cut with fizzing synths running across its face. Federsen is much more smooth and silky with liquid pads and a sublime sense of frictionless groove to his 'Random Motion' while Grad U offers more heavy and stumbling dub quakes on 'From The Shadows.' Last of all is Altone's 'Emergent Structure,' a lush minimal excursion with deft hits and feathery pads over sublime drums.
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Tags: Dub Techno
 in stock HK$114.27
I Can't Wait
Cat: AOTN 12023. Rel: 30 Nov 23
I Can't Wait (feat Philomenah) (9:14)
I Can't Wait (feat Philomenah - House dub) (7:30)
I Can't Wait (bonus beats) (5:14)
Review: We've announced our undying love for Athens Of The North many times before and its releases like this which make us want to do so again. It comes from East Coast Love Affair and is a late-night jam of epic proportions that chugs on a deep disco tip. The sultry vocals are from Shetland-born and Edinburgh-based r&b singer and songwriter Philomenah who graduates from backing singer with this group to front and centre star. A lovely house dub brings some club weight on the flip while bonus beats seal the deal.
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 in stock HK$118.39
Gherkin Jerks
Cat: MU 2413. Rel: 05 Dec 23
Psychotic Fantasy (7:45)
Reznaytor (6:00)
Ecstasy (Full take) (8:25)
Review: Amongst Larry Heard's many, many celebrated achievements in the field of pioneering house music, the Gherkin Jerks tracks have a certain magnetism thanks to their downright nasty rawness. The original late 80s 12"s have been revisited in the past, but now the bonus tracks originally released on a comprehensive 2013 compilation get their own outing, cut to wax for the first time to serve all those who love their foundational house as rough as it comes. 'Psychotic Fantasy' is a dissonant masterpiece of gnarly acid, while 'Rezynator' has a slightly more melodic demeanour alongside its own grubby brilliance. The 'Original Full Take' of 'Ecstasy' is a slow-burning monster of needlepoint 303 tweaking and bludgeoned beats which jacks out for a full eight minutes.
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 in stock HK$112.31
June Jazzin EP
Cat: NDATL 037. Rel: 08 Dec 23
Funky Monkey
Gogo's Stove Smoke
Harming Man
Review: It might be November but June is Jazzin with this new EP to close out another faultless year for Kai Alce's NDATL. The South African producer starts off with 'Funky Monkey' which is a deep and sumptuous house groove embellished with subtle but real melodies from Oliver Portal. 'Gogo's Stove Smoke' rolls just as deep, with balmy pads drenching the groove in soul and on the B-Side 'Valerie' layers up shuffling beats and heady pad work with a fantastic bassline. It's meditative stuff for cosy basements then 'Harming Man' brings a little more bounce as it closes the EP with sweet synth stabs, steamy vocal coos and warm rolls from the Rhodes.
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 in stock HK$110.25
Sometimes Cap
Cat: CB 030. Rel: 04 Dec 23
Sometimes Cap
Some Of That
Repeat Business (6:05)
Chesire Badger (5:58)
Review: Constant Black and Josh Baker are two key parts of the current underground conversation and here they come together in perfect harmony here as the UK's hit maker Baker gets down and dirty with his signature blend of minimal and tech. 'Sometimes Cap' opens up with rolling, fleshy bass and light footed drums that get you hopping. 'Some Of That' brings muted acid lines and curious bell hits while the squelchy bass rolls deep. 'Repeat Business' keeps the pressure up with a bristling mix of snares and hits over slick drums that have plenty of drive. 'Cheshire Badger' shuts down with real urgency and dark tech funk that is perfect for strobe lit backrooms.
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
 in stock HK$100.06
Silver Pearl Reimagined III
Cat: SUSH 64. Rel: 08 Dec 23
Samneric - "Crazed Cello" (Aquatherium remix) (7:13)
Aquatherium - "All Night Long" (T Hewitt remix) (8:07)
Conspiracy - "Untouchable" (DJ Garth & Eric James Rocket remix) (6:11)
Review: Berlin's cultured Sushitech label is back with another of its superb reissue projects, this time focusing on a small but vital label from the 90s. Silver Pearl was where Los Angeles based producer Eric Spire released a small but steady and superb series of records that took house music into all new realms. He and his peers brought a touch of heaviness and psychedelic energy that paved the way for later developments by artists like Craig Richards & Lee Burridge's Tyrant nights at Fabric. Relive the magic of that time with this new series of carefully curated 12"s featuring high grade club weaponry.
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 in stock HK$106.14
Half Way There
Half Way There (heavyweight vinyl 12'')
Cat: S 01. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Half Way There
It Ain't Love
Review: System Olympia's take on boogie, Italo and house is second to none, as she's ably proven on her Delta Of Venus album and more recent New Erotica Collection. Bringing a sex-positive sass to her own productions, her sound remains equally sensual as she takes on some edits for the Hot Biscuit crew. 'Half Way There' is a monster slice of electro funk with a Moog bassline you could sink your teeth into and that same dreamlike, nocturnal ambience found in System Olympia's own tunes. 'It Ain't Love' is a more rolling, house-oriented affair with some simmering, teasing loops pitched at the warm up end of the night.
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 in stock HK$128.68
Under The Waning Moon
Cat: PULABM 02. Rel: 04 Dec 23
Under The Waning Moon (Introduction) (1:09)
You & I (6:44)
Daddys Girl (6:29)
21 Days A Hoe (6:29)
Raining Down (7:58)
Incurable Dis Ease (6:44)
Wasted Wednesdays (6:48)
Therapy (part 2) (7:17)
Thank You (5:55)
Dissapointed Forgivness (interlude) (0:46)
Review: Toronto native Demur is a master of groovy, funky deep house and has been since his fine debut TruSkool back in 2016. He has been busy of late with Visions back in March finding him collaborating with the likes of Fred P and Aaron Gray. Now comes another full length in Under The Waning Moon, another compelling mix of contemporary deep house sounds, well-sourced and deployed samples and elements of everything from jazz to funk to downtempo colouring the grooves. For steamy late-night stuff look no further than '21 Days A Hoe' while 'Wasted Wednesdays' is delightfully sunny and well swung for cosy back room vibes.
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Played by: Rafa Santos
 in stock HK$230.70
The Transition Of Self
Cat: MG 067. Rel: 05 Dec 23
Detroit Driven (feat Bill Beaver) (10:26)
The Part We Dance (7:12)
Far From Over (4:21)
Review: Mike Grant's Moods & Groves is one of Detroit's strongest deep house torchbearers and it has been for years. Raybone Jones has also been turning out the tunes for years but has kept a low-key profile while doing so. It's been a decade since his last outing on this label but that time hasn't diminished his skills: 'Detroit Driven (feat Bill Beaver)' is a dusty and ramshackle opening groove to get you in the mood and 'The Part We Dance' then layers up loopy broken beats and roughshod percussion with wispy pads that bring a future feel. 'Far From Over' brings some diffuse synth soul and jumbled percussive funk to another lush deep house excursion.
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 in stock HK$110.25
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
10 Years: Part 2 Of 3
Cat: D3E 019LTD. Rel: 04 Dec 23
Koizumi Yukiko - "526" (5:47)
Taelue - "Saturn Infinite 8" (5:46)
Nemanja Krstic - "Aquae Sulis" (4:31)
Gnork - "Reflection Of A Bird Flying" (6:51)
Review: The French deep house label D3 Elements is now a decade old and to mark the occasion it has assembled a superb three part EP series featuring plenty of talents both new and old. The second EP kick off with some Japanese stylings from Koizumi Yukiko and his piano laced bongo workout '526'. Taelue sets off on a deep and heavy bassline pulse that will make floors march and Nemanja Krstic's 'Aquae Sulis' brings some jazzy chord work and bubbling funk bass for a nice heartfelt vibe. Gnork shuts down with a skittish, stripped back broken beat that makes this another diverse offering.
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 in stock HK$114.27
Silver Pearl Reimagined II
Cat: SUSH 63. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Aquatherium - "All Night Long" (6:58)
Lite Ning Cok - "Dreaming" (6:40)
Aquatherium - "Pool" (6:44)
Review: You might think you know the West Coast house sound but are you familiar with Eric Spire and his Silver Pearl label? He's a rather overlooked but influential figure from Los Angeles who dropped some seriously sick records back in the late 90s. They brought a hardness and psychedelic edge to house music that eventually paved the way of the sort of industrial tech that was championed by the likes of Craig Richards with his Tyrant nights and project alongside Lee Burridge. Now Sushitech label head Yossi Amoyal has dug into it to put together a series of 12"s that best showcase this special era.
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
 in stock HK$106.14
Soursop & Mango
Cat: 2056 BLACK. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Soursop & Mango (7:28)
Straight Forward Side Steps (4:36)
Review: The band 2000 Black, who include 4Hero icon Dego among their number, are masters of the broken beat scene, leaders amongst men who whether working alone or with others are always in top form. This two track outing kicks off with 'Soursop & Mango', a bristling, bustling mix of raw drums and bursts of cosmic synth energy that radiates soul, all with neat guitar riffs stitched into the mix. 'Straight Forward Side Steps' is a dusty jam with lovely scruffy claps and much more well defined synth lines adding colour and soul.
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 in stock HK$110.25
Silver Pearl Reimagined IV
Cat: SUSH 65. Rel: 08 Dec 23
Owen Sands - "Smooth Funkin'"
Eric Spire - "Impressionism"
Moonchild - "Active"
Review: This is the fourth and final installment of Sushitech label head Yossi Amoya's reissue series focussing on the work of Eric Spire and his Silver Pearl label. The Los Angeles based producer was on a hot streak back in the late 90s, fomenting a new take on West Coast house music with hard drums and psychedelic synths that lay down something of a blueprint for later tech house a la Craig Richards, Wiggle and co. This useful 12" packs another punch with potent drums and razor sharp percussion across three cuts from some of the Silver Pearl mainstays.
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 in stock HK$106.14
Deep Trax Volume 2
Deep Trax Volume 2 (limited 12")
Cat: CUNT 033. Rel: 05 Dec 23
Blak 'N' Orange - "Feeling Real Good" (6:13)
Black Chunes - "Don't Hold Back!" (7:42)
Black Chunes - "Feel The Flow" (5:55)
The Deep Music Agenda - "That Crazy Thing" (6:03)
Review: We always love to hear from the Club Unite label because if nothing else it has our favourite catalogue numbering system of any label out there. The tunes are of course class too - old school house with a heavy Chicago influence. This various artists selection starts with the taught bass and spangled synths of Blak 'N' Orange's 'Feeling Real Good.' Black Chunes gets more raw and off kilter with the organ claps and clipped vocal cries of 'Don't Hold Back!' and then up the party with the piano bounce of 'Feel The Flow' complete with smooth and seductive vocal coos. Last of all, The Deep Music Agenda brings some US garage swing to 'That Crazy Thing'.
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Played by: Paul Starey
Tags: US Garage
 in stock HK$108.20
No Words
No Words (12")
Cat: ROYAL 054. Rel: 08 Dec 23
No Words
Travel Through Your Mind
No Words (Byron The Aquarius dubmix)
No Words (Aquarius remix)
Review: Bogota producer Felipe Gordon seems to be in an unstoppable run of form right now. His new album Psychedelic Melancholia is just about to drop on Hip Dozer and is already much talked about, while he has also found time to turn out this fresh EP for Dutch label Clone. It opens up with the delightfully deep, dusty and Detroit-style house of 'No Words' then things get more physical but no less warm and vibes with the cursing grooves of 'Travel Through Your Mind'. 'No Words' (Byron The Aquarius dub mix) then boils things back down into a steamy dub stew and a second remix of the same tune by the American brings a little more playful and jazzy synth-funk.
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 in stock HK$118.39
Crazy P Curate Volume Four
Cat: CRAZYP C4. Rel: 30 Oct 23
Ray Mang - "Osea Island" (6:44)
Tigerbalm - "Cosmic Union" (feat Joy Tyson) (4:54)
Ruf Dug - "Vape Quarter Rhythm" (5:26)
Tuccillo - "Siroco" (6:17)
Review: 20/20 Vision and Crazy P continue their long and fruitful relationship with a fourth volume of carefully curated and super-fresh new cuts as part of this fine ongoing series. Scandi-disco don Ray Man opens up with typically lush cosmic melodies and loose-limed nu-disco beats with more than a hint of funk. Tigerbalm then heads into a tropical oasis with 'Cosmic Union' (feat Joy Tyson) which has Afro rhythms and steamy vocals bringing the heat. Ruf Dug shows his multi-genre chops again with 'Vape Quarter Rhythm' which is part proto-house cut and part dreamy Italo bliss out with rave whistles and hands-in-the-air chords. Ibiza's Tuccillo closes out with one of his signature Balearic gems in 'Siroco', which is as breezy and carefree as cocktails by the sea at sundown.
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 in stock HK$146.91
Theories Of Time
Theories Of Time (limited heavyweight green & black smoke vinyl 12" + digital bonus track download code)
Cat: LPY 13. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Distortion (5:18)
Travelling (9:16)
Shift (3:52)
Delay (7:35)
Review: Hidden Sequence have appeared on legendary dub techno label Mosaic in fine form of late and now they land on the Lempuyang imprint with four more serene fusions. Their Theories of Time EP opens up with the swaggering dub rhythms and bottomless depths of 'Distortion', a cut as heady as they come. 'Travelling,' as the title suggests, has a deeper rolling groove and more movement to it as it snakes through underwater dub caverns. Flip it over for more widescreen and serene explorations of the ocean floor with 'Shift' and mysterious leads of 'Delay' which is a fourth and final frictionless dub dream.
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Tags: Dub Techno
 in stock HK$112.31
Dot To Dot (remastered)
Dot To Dot (remastered) (limited triple 12")
Cat: REPEAT 28. Rel: 05 Dec 23
Frequency Building (6:48)
Last Night A DJ Fucked Your Wife (7:43)
Don't Fuck With My Sexwig (6:42)
Get Fucked On Fishcakes (7:11)
Momentum (5:40)
Dark & Dirty (6:10)
Private Parts (7:20)
Slinger Ding (6:30)
Hot Pussy (5:46)
This Where I Wanna Be (6:43)
Crap Rap (3:07)
Review: Nathan Coles and Nils Hess dropped a couple of LPs and a tidy run of 12"s as Get Fucked in the late 90s and early 00s, and now Repeat are taking us back to one of their finest moments. Their debut LP Dot To Dot is a quintessential demonstration of tech house at the turn of the millennium, shot through with a wonky humour which pointed to the impending minimal boom, but still rough and ready like the UK sound which had proliferated around parties like Wiggle. There's also a dash of the Viennese jazz twist you'd associate with labels like Cheap, and more heads down grooves than you can shake a nose bag at.
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 in stock HK$389.96
Four Moves EP
Four Moves EP (limited transparent green vinyl 12")
Cat: M 0008. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Mirage (8:07)
Virtual (5:20)
Haunted (5:19)
Solano (7:36)
Review: MCMLXV welcomes back Analog~1 for a third outing here. It is an alias of JS Zeiter and one that is reserved more for esoteric and electronica tracks following notable outings on labels such as Furthur Electronix, Meandyou and We're Going Deep. 'Mirage' kicks off with melancholic pads and dubby chords over crisp minimal drums that sink you into a reverie. That vibe continues through 'Virtual' and 'Haunted' which care both sophisticated atmospheres with subtle electro-tinged rhythms and quietly emotive pads. 'Solano' closes down with another icy and cavernous space that is filled with meaningful synth craft to make for another classy EP.
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Tags: Dub Techno
 in stock HK$110.25
Latent Magic EP
Latent Magic EP (12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: FR 293. Rel: 04 Dec 23
Hold (5:56)
Latent Magic (6:45)
There It Is (5:43)
Review: New Zealander via Berlin Philippa's passion for house music, tireless commitment to her craft and ear for what makes a dancefloor tick is slowly but surely starting to pay off. With her recent release, 'Rainy Nights', on Slothboogie and 'Things I'd Like To Be' for Razor n Tape getting a lot of love, Philippa continues to deliver the goods, further lending remixes for Fat Freddy's Drop (The Drop) and Roach Motel (Faith). Here on the 'Latent Magic' EP we're treated to three new tracks highlighting Philippa's deft touch and musical approach to making interesting and leftfield house. Opener 'Hold' sets the tone with lush orchestral strings, crunchy drums and a bouncing analog synth bassline, while 'There It Is' umums hints of Mr Scruff with looping horn stabs, live drum grooves and rolling basslines. All in all, another mighty fine Philippa release recalling the early days of Freerange when artists such as Square One, Shur-i-kan and Jimpster were melding live musicians with electronics, for a refreshing, UK-centric take on house music.
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 in stock HK$118.39
Cody Currie EP
Cat: RNTR 063. Rel: 05 Dec 23
Evernight (feat Stee Downs & Mik) (5:25)
Yes Bruv (feat Mik) (4:19)
Holding On (feat Marlena Dae) (3:33)
Everynight (Vincenzo remix) (6:14)
Hot Water (feat Cor.ece) (4:58)
Furball (feat Ally McMahon) (2:49)
Review: Londoner Cody Currie is a master of dusty and loveably rough-edged house music that is packed with emotional heat. He serves up another fine EP of just that here on Razor-N-Tape and soon wins you over with the synth-laced house funk of opener 'Evernight' (feat Stee Downs & Mik). 'Yes Bruv' (feat Mik) has a more low-slung and late-night deep house sound and then things take a jazzy and broken beat direction on the lounge vibes of 'Holding On' (feat Marlena Dae). On the flip side is the hip-swinging goodness of Vincenzo's remix of 'Everynight' amongst other timeless sounds.
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Played by: DJ ROCCA
 in stock HK$120.45
Silver Pearl Reimagined I
Cat: SUSH 62. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Big Brother (Yossi Amoyal 1994 Warehouse dub edit) (8:47)
Big Brother (Yossi Amoyal extended) (8:06)
Review: The West Coast has long been synonymous with a sunny, breezy take on tech house thanks to artists like Fresh and Low, Hipp-E and Halo and Doc Martin. Lesser known but just as influential was LA based producer Eric Spire and some of his Silver Pearl label mates. Back in the late 90s they cooked up plenty of forward-thinking cuts with a heavy, psychedelic edge on the now cult imprint. Now some of the best of them have been assembled by Sushitech label head Yossi Amoyal across four superb 12"s that offer a great reminder of this vital era.
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Played by: DJ Mau Mau
 in stock HK$106.14
Wake Up Remixes
Cat: REKIDS 223R. Rel: 04 Dec 23
Wake Up (Superpitcher remix) (9:00)
Wake Up (Idjut Boys Shed mix) (7:07)
Review: Radio Slave's most recent single, the trippy, string-laden and subtly disco-influenced deep house after-party workout 'Wake Up', gets the remix treatment, with two artists renowned for delivering delightfully wayward dancefloor epics at the helm. Kompakt favourites Superpitcher steps up first, placing the original's oddball (sampled) spoken word vocal atop a hypnotic, subtly changing bed of acid motifs, warming chords, hypnotic house drums and delay-laden Rhodes chords. Over on side B, the Idjut Boys retire to their shed, potter about a bit, and return with a typically mind-mangling, dubbed-out take that's most likely amongst the darkest and most psychedelic things they've ever released - and that's saying something.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan, DJ ROCCA
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Erucu Medley
Erucu Medley (10" + insert in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: F 10008. Rel: 04 Dec 23
Erucu Medley (edit By Francois K) (9:12)
Groove City Medley (edit By Francois K) (7:19)
Review: This new 10" from New York label Sunshine Sound (which is often a label said to be recognised as the 'birthplace of the edit') features a couple of legendary edits by the one and only Francois K. They are in fact medleys that find him workings mixing desk hard as he layers in tribal chants, drum funk, sick percussion and plenty of breaks, whistles and more. He did them first back in the disco heyday and yet they still very much have the same uplifting and irresistible impact on dancers now as they did back then.
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Played by: Superbreak
 in stock HK$175.62
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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Skip & Tap
Cat: PIVLIM 007. Rel: 05 Dec 23
Skip & Tap (6:27)
Street Scale (5:54)
Shout Out The Box (6:50)
Skip & Tap (Alexander Skancke's Energy mix) (5:08)
Review: Mannheim tech house machine Fabe has been on an unstoppable roll in the past few years, notching up top drawer releases for respected labels like Shall Not Fade, Constant Sound and Cecille. Now he brings that heat to PIV Limited, resulting in a set of workouts which will get any party pumped up in all the right ways. 'Skip & Tap' is a twitchy, freaky workout peppered with fine detail and a relentless groove, while 'Street Scale' has dirty drums and a tweaked sound palette all of its own. 'Shout Out The Box' toys with playful synth lines and a heavy swing which calls to mind the sound of SlapFunk Records and then Alexander Skancke steps up for a remix of 'Step & Tap' which heads into more streamlined, heads-down territory.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock HK$118.39
Move On Up
Move On Up (limited 7")
Cat: GCV 7005. Rel: 24 Oct 23
Move On Up (Micky More & Andy Tee 7 Inch mix) (4:47)
Runaway (Micky More & Andy Tee 7 Inch mix) (4:51)
Review: Serge Funk, and his contemporaries Micky More & Andy Tee, bring utter floor-shaking heat to Groove Culture with 'Move On Up' and 'Runaway', two four-to-the-floor crowdpleasers working in rapidfire vocal samples and bass licks sifted from the trawled megahertz of funk. Compressed and pumped-out to no end, each track here balances the other out nicely in mutual a barrage of interwoven rhythms and vocal "hups".
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When Will We Land?
When Will We Land? (gatefold pink vinyl LP)
Cat: ZEN 291. Rel: 19 Oct 23
When Will We Land? (3:33)
Some Deadbeat Gospel (4:15)
Sonder (3:00)
How It Feels (2:17)
Sunsleeper (3:26)
Woman (3:49)
I Won't Let You Down (4:18)
Always Get Through To You (3:39)
Tell Me What You Need (3:53)
Dance Of The Crab (3:26)
Define Dancing (5:21)
Review: Scottish artist Barry Can't Swim has made big moves in the last year or so and finally, he capitalises on his ever-growing momentum with a debut album on the mighty Ninja Tune. The multi-faceted talent explores his most broad and diverse range of sounds to date here with 11 sublime tracks that move from deep house to jazz, heavy and percussive Afrobeat to lush ambiance. Each of the tracks feels like a fine technical achievement with complexity at its core but never at the expense of good vibes, such as the choral harmonies on 'Always Get Through To You', smart samples of Brazil's Trio Ternura on 'Dance Of The Crab' and digital and organic blends on 'Woman.'
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Let Yourself Go EP (feat D'Julz remix)
Cat: POD 029. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Let Yourself Go (7:05)
Power Of Them (6:13)
Dashed Street (6:42)
Dashed Street (D'Julz remix) (6:06)
Review: Mateo Dufour hails from Argentina and runs a number of his own labels but here finds himself on Politics Of Dancing with an irresistible new hand-stamped white label 12". It's direct to dancefloor business from the off with the bristling drums and perc powering along 'Let Yourself Go' beneath snatched vocal yelps. There is just as much silvery metallic texture on show in 'Power Of Them', a jacked-up house sound with more vocal encouragement and neon melodic phrases panning about the mix. 'Dashed Street' is a third and final steel-plated house cut before cultured Frenchman D'Julz remixes 'Dashed Street' into a smoother tech house cruiser.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock HK$100.06
A Beladen Date 4 Ever
Cat: TR 036. Rel: 27 Nov 23
A Beladen Date 4 Ever (10:44)
Transport Fighter (9:43)
Review: Baby Ford's Trelik label is as revered as they come in underground circles. Ion Ludwig is not far behind when it comes to his productions and so the two are a perfect match who reunite once more here. This fresh 12" kicks off with the brain cleansing minimalism of 'A Beladen Date 4 Ever', a silky groove doused in harmonic chords, with swirling pads and rubbery bass all tightly intertwining. 'Transport Fighter' is a more punchy cut with thudding kicks and heftier bass, but still a nebulous eco-system of pads and melodies swirling around up top. Two killer cuts. no doubt.
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 in stock HK$124.56
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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Mysteries (12")
Cat: NG 145. Rel: 07 Nov 23
Ron Carroll - "Mysteries"
Ron Carroll - "Dreams"
Trilogy Inc - "Awakening"
Trilogy Inc - "Hi Cycle"
Review: Nu Groove will always be synonymies with a distinctive take on deep house - the label rose to prominance in the late 80s and early 90s in its native New Jersey and put out definitive releases from The Burell Brothers, mostly, but also a selection of other dons of the day. Some of them now come together for the first time on vinyl as Chicago legend Ron Carroll offers up a pair of tunes from his House Of Love EP. On the reverse, Trilogy Inc. come back strong with a couple of newbies in the bouncy house of 'Awakening', and 'Hi Cycle', which comes on more energetically with strong percussive patterns and classic drums. Serious heat, this.
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Memorabilia (German Remix Edition)
Memorabilia (German Remix Edition) (limited translucent green vinyl 12")
Cat: GDR 1. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Memorabilia (Daniel Miller 2023 remix) (5:16)
Memorabilia (Daniel Miller 2023 remix - instrumental) (5:13)
Memorabilia (The Hacker 2023 remix) (6:35)
Memorabilia (Wally Funk 2023 remix) (5:39)
Review: The birth point of ecstasy in British music is usually credited to acid house and the second summer of love: a cemented vision of kids sweating and vibrating in clubs, fields and warehouses in 1988, united by universal empathy and mind-popping sounds. However, in 1981, a couple of young men from Leeds went to New York, discovered the drug in its infancy, fused its' gritty synth pop to acid house's squelchy 303 groove and recorded an album - Soft Cell's Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret. The rest, as they say, is history.
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 in stock HK$193.95
Culture Bandit
Cat: ARC 230SD2V. Rel: 28 Nov 23
Culture Bandit (5:10)
Culture Bandit (Atjazz remix) (5:45)
Culture Bandit (Yoruba Soul mix) (6:13)
Review: Edinburgh-based Peacey had a little help from label boss Martin 'Atjazz' Iveson and the latter's old pal Clyde on debut single 'Hold Me Back'. He's gone solo on 'Culture Bandit', which like its predecessor is a taster for Peacey's forthcoming debut album. In its original form (side A), the track blurs the boundaries between 21st century Afro-house, the liquid, melody-driven fluidity of Atjazz's early works, the spoken word-sporting mid-2000s nu-jazz of Ursula Rucker (an effect heightened by Vanessa Hidary's brilliant beat poetry) and the dancefloor spirituality of Osunlade. It's fitting, then, that the latter delivers a typically percussive, musically rich and tech-tinged Yoruba Soul remix, with Martin Iveson delivering a typically fluid, deep and tactile Atjazz revision.
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Played by: Superbreak
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SA 003
SA 003 (12")
Cat: SA 003. Rel: 16 Oct 23
Boo Williams - "Transformation" (7:44)
Kai Alce - "Love Exists" (6:40)
Owen Jay & Melchior Sultana - "Soul Expression" (7:35)
Hector Ram - "Morning Sun Vibes" (6:39)
Review: Short Attention has more than grabbed ours with its first two EPs and this third one keeps up that good early form. It's a heavy-hitting mix of pivotal house talents starting off with prolific Windy City player Boo Williams. The big man's 'Transformation' is a smooth and chord-laced house roller that has a more reflective vibe than his usual party-starting offerings. Atlanta don Kai Alce's 'Love Exists' is a heartfelt house romance then the long-time partnership of Owen Jay & Melchior Sultana douse us in star-gazing chords on 'Soul Expression' that leave you feeling refreshed. Hector Ram's 'Morning Sun Vibes' then uplifts with beautifully gentle piano chords.
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 in stock HK$102.12
ENDZ 055
ENDZ 055 (blue marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 055. Rel: 28 Nov 23
Get Funky (7:13)
Destructive Rhythm (6:18)
Optional Illusion (6:02)
How It's Going Down (6:28)
Review: When it comes tech house, Eats End Dubs's Eastenderz label is right up there with the best of them. This time out the 55th outing comes from Julian Fijima. As always it's a fine distillation of tech, dub and house with a hint of garage thrown in too on opener 'Get Funky', then 'Destructive Rhythm' brings rave synth stabs and dark vocals. 'Optional Illusion' has more molten acid lines run through its midst and last of all is the best of the lot - the percussive swing of 'How It's Going Down.'
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Tags: Tech House
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Terra Gira
Cat: DEEWEE 067. Rel: 04 Dec 23
Hacido (7:52)
Tensao (5:03)
Todo Dia (4:54)
Review: Phillipi's second solo EP 'Terra Gira' lands on Deewee and is another full-throttle club excursion. 'Hacido' kicks off with pulsating techno drums and layers of shiny synth that are topped off with rubbery acid loops. 'Tensao' then sinks into a deeper groove with hints of synthwave and dark disco under a deadpan vocal. It's a strobe-lit slow burner that will cause real carnage. 'Todo Dia' closes out a fresh EP with more twisted metal, bendy electronics and rubbery bass lines topped off with a menacing vocal. A left-of-centre way to jack your crowd for sure.
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Expansions EP
Expansions EP (12" limited to 300 copies repress)
Cat: LSR 013. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Expansions (Yoruba Soul mix) (9:56)
Expansions (Libation Remake) (5:33)
Expansions (Excursions Go Deep remix) (8:20)
Expansions (2021 Rare Groove mix) (8:22)
 in stock HK$159.26
Voltage (12")
Cat: AESTHETIC 21. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Voltage (6:21)
Delusion (5:54)
Resurgence (8:06)
435D (7:01)
Review: The trend for spaced-out electronic house sounds knows no bounds at the moment. Nolga is the latest to start into a starship and head for the cosmos on this new EP for Aesthetic. 'Voltage' is a real fist pumper with great swing and glide and smeared pads with pipettes of acid. 'Delusion' then gets all bouncy and playful with bubbling synth phrases and energetic keys. There's a hint of darkness to the bass in 'Resurgence' while '435D' has a more metallic tech edge. All in all, a high-class EP of forward-thinking grooves.

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Tags: Tech House
 in stock HK$100.06
You'll Keep Going EP
Cat: DEEPPA 07. Rel: 06 Nov 23
You'll Keep Going (5:53)
Karma (5:50)
Manage Your Temper (6:10)
Mental Game (6:41)
Confusion (6:13)
A Few More Breaks Should Do The Trick (6:13)
Review: The fledgling Deeppa label is back with a seventh sublime sound, this time from Eloi who brings plenty of fresh ideas and creative sound designs to four tasteful cuts. 'You'll Keep Going' is a lush late-night fusion of noodling basslines and jazzy chords with soulful vocals and 'Karma' then gets even more horizontal in balmy chords and lazy grooves. There is a little more bite to 'Manage Your Temper' but it is still a super cuddly house sound. On the flip, 'Mental Game' offers hazy late-night reveries and 'Confusion' is a swirling mix of warm and soulful house. 'A Few More Breaks Should Do The Trick' is a jazzy and zoned-out closer. What an EP.

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Tu Tak Tu Tak Tutiyan (Elado remixes)
Cat: RNT 45011. Rel: 07 Nov 23
Tu Tak Tu Tak Tutiyan (Elado's Gulab Jamun rework) (4:10)
Tu Tak Tu Tak Tutiyan (Elado's 4 AM mix) (4:48)
Review: Elado Gulab Jamun did a fantastic job with his edit of this Bollywood gem to the extent that it has become a real dancefloor gem that's been much loved all around the world for the last two years. Now it makes its way to a 7" vinyl pressing and is backed with his 4am mix of the same tune. This one is a sublime and dubbed out, acid tinged electronic trip that comes with original CD artwork that pays great tribute to original artist Nadim Khan. Another tasteful outing from Razor-N-Tape for this fresh edit.
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Twenty: The Remixes
Twenty: The Remixes (limited gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: BA 123V. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Squeeze Me (feat Ben Westbeech - Moods remix)
U R Freak (feat IVAR - Jafunk extended remix)
Alone With You (feat Cleopold - Lazywax remix)
Naked (feat IVAR & Berenice Van Leer - Jitwam remix) (4:12)
How We Gonna Stop The Time ( (feat Stee Downes - Brijean remix) (4:40)
Forget About You (feat Lee Fields - Girls Of The Internet remix) (4:43)
Money In The Bag (The Allergies remix) (2:47)
Back Again (feat John Turrell - Hot Toddy remix) (7:32)
Corsica 80 (Psychemagik remix) (5:33)
Stumble (feat Parcels - Richard Dorfmeister Cinematic Way version) (5:55)
Bobby & Whitney (Ashley Beedle No West vocal remix) (7:04)
Alone With You (feat Cleopold - Purple Disco Machine remix) (6:41)
Review: Having already released a career-spanning retrospective, Twenty, Kraak and Smaak have decided to offer up this partner compilation - a collection of 'new and classic' remixes. As you'd expect given the depth and variety at the heart of their party-starting sound, the collected remixes touch on many sounds, styles and moods, from the head-nodding dancefloor soul of Moods remix of 'Squeeze Me', the revivalist P-funk-meets-neo-boogie colour of Jafunk's rub of 'UR Freak' and the horn-toting, Latin funk flex of the Allergies revision of 'Money in the Bag', to the dubby downtempo loveliness of Richard Dorfmeister's rework of 'Stumble', the woozy deep house lushness of Girls of the Internet's remix of 'Forgot About You', Psychemagik's deliciously cosmic re-wire of 'Corsica '80' and the acid house tweakery of Joe Goddard's interpretation of Romanthony hook-up 'Let's Go Back'
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Emotional North End Cuts Vol 2
Cat: CBFR 005. Rel: 04 Dec 23
Morning Workouts (5:15)
Prewar Vibe (5:04)
In Love On The Balcony At Terminal 5 (5:10)
Summertime On Michigan Ave (4:57)
Review: Detroit label Choose Better Friends made an immediate impact late last year when it dropped three EPs all in the same week. We've had to wait a while for this next one but it has been worth it: Bale Defoe is on the buttons and brings some dusty Motor City house heat with opener 'Morning Workouts' which rides a bumpy, booty shaking broken beat with meaningful chords and aching vocal snatches up top. 'Prewar Vibe' brings some swinging jazz chords and cut-up drums seemingly bashed out on an MPC. There is subtle euphoria in the bursts of excitable chords and vocal fragments of 'In Love On The Balcony At Terminal 5' and plenty of humidity in the diffuse synths and bumps drum funk of 'Summertime On Michigan Ave'. It's EPs like this that keep our fascination with Detroit very much alive.
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 in stock HK$104.18
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