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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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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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! low stock HK$106.14
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
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
 in stock HK$118.39
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
Equinox (12")
Cat: VRM 003. Rel: 06 Dec 23
Olivian Nour - "Collateral Damage" (8:05)
Dorothy's Dream - "Ten Colours" (6:23)
Swoy - "Tosmur" (8:04)
Vern - "Breath" (6:43)
Review: Following close behind Macarie's Out Of Streets EP, Verum returns with a further expansion of its sound as a new label in the minimal tech house scene. Olivian Nour sets the mood in compelling style with the subtle jazz guitar licks hovering over brooding twilight cut 'Collateral Damage', while Dorothy's Dream explores skittering, modulated forms on psychedelic workout 'Ten Colours'. Swoy leads on the B-side with the snaking, subliminal mastery of 'Tosmur' and Vern completes the picture with the slinky groove of 'Breath', making this another classy turn for Verum and the assembled artists alike.
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
! low stock HK$126.62
Sonic Boom EP
Sonic Boom EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: DMT 013. Rel: 20 Mar 23
Zest (5:58)
Sonic Boom (6:32)
Dub Analyser (6:35)
Making Moves (6:19)
Review: Tristan da Cunha and Brawther's Dungeon Meat label always serve up the chunkiest cuts of juicy house music. Next to offer up some perfectly tenderized beats is Azaad with the Sonic Boom EP. 'Zest' kicks off with some infectious house swing and great height in the drums, all overlaid with chopped vocals and old school US garage pads. The title cut is more tightly woven and stripped back with alien synth sounds and 'Dub Analyser' then gets raw, percussive, and edgy with its hardcore house sound. The slinkiest of the lot is saved for last with 'Making Moves' getting right under your skin. Great stuff.
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 in stock HK$112.31
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
Cantico EP
Cat: BL 029. Rel: 06 Dec 23
Low Pressure (Afro Acid mix) (7:25)
Feel Me (Deep mix) (7:16)
Cantico (Synth Wave mix) (7:13)
Take It Off (Techno mix) (6:37)
Review: Pietro 'Peter' Macaluso has been around for some time, operating between Berlin and his native Sicily, though remarkably this is the first time his productions have been showcased on vinyl. It comes via Balance Recordings, with boss man Chez Damier acting as 'executive producer'. There's much to admire across the EP, from the suspenseful, alien electronics and slow-build groove of deep Afro-tech bubbler 'Low Pressure (Afro-Acid Mix)', and the light-touch deep house hypnotism of 'Feel Me (Deep Mix)', where DJ Ronaldo-esque synth string sounds catch the ear, to the ultra-deep techno haziness of 'Cantico (Synth Wave Mix)' and the tough, bleeping throb of 'Take It Off (Techno Mix)'.
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 in stock HK$104.18
Junono's Bridge
Cat: POLYSON 006. Rel: 01 Dec 23
Fast Lane Mood (8:02)
Febu Twenty Two (6:35)
Ingenious (7:42)
Junono's Bridge (8:26)
Review: Ion Ludwig has been crafting minimal magic for many, many years. He has his own signature sound that brings together his mastery of his machines with great grooves and meaningful melodies. This one kicks off with 'Fast Lane Mood' which is a nice spaced-out bumper with compelling drums and thudding bass. 'Febu Twenty Two' is the sort of 5am jam to really zone you out and get you lost in the abstract synth patterns while 'Ingenious' is a molten and mellifluous mix of trippy cosmic synth details and balmy pads all crowding around a metallic tech beat. 'Junono's Bridge' then picks up the pace for a more twitchy closer.
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 in stock HK$124.56
Trip EP
Trip EP (12")
Cat: MYOM 002. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Trip (8:09)
Airlock (4:55)
Sick Flips (7:10)
Space (4:41)
Review: Make Your Own Meaning continues to convey its unique techno message with a new statement of intent from label head Lurka. The artist has been busy of late and continues to be on a roll with another fascinating four tracker that genuinely serves up some original sounds and rhythms. 'Trip' gets things underway with organic percussive patterns stacked up over drilling bass to make for a prickly groove. 'Airlock' is similar but darker and heavier and 'Sick Flips' keeps the nimble feel going with dancing perc, rigid synths and scratchy sound effects all coalescing over broken drum patterns. Last of all is another dense, busy and multi-layered melange of tiny percussive sounds, synths and clipped rhythms that will make any floor move.
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 in stock HK$108.20
Doing It
Doing It (12" repress)
Cat: MC 043. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Curly Wurly (7:54)
The Poet (7:03)
Ambidextrous Left (6:54)
Flying Saucer (6:32)
Review: For those who either weren't around or not alive in the late 1990s, Housey Doingz was an all-star collective of British producers - including scene stalwarts Terry Francis and Nathan Coles - who helped codified the then emerging tech-house sound via a string of EPs and a superb debut album, "Doing It". This EP from reissue specialists Mint Condition mines that album, offering up four of the most sought-after and timeless tracks. Check first the electro-flavoured late-night intoxication of "Curly Wurly" - all rugged acid lines, twinkling lead lines and stabbing bass - before admiring the more breakbeat-flavoured classical tech-house purity of "The Poets". Elsewhere, shuffling, tech-tinged beats nestle beneath dreamy deep house chords on "Ambidextrous Left", while "Flying Saucer" is a creepy, all-action affair bestowed with a genuine sense of forward momentum.
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 in stock HK$97.91
Day Break EP
Day Break EP (limited purple vinyl 12")
Cat: SNF 099. Rel: 23 Nov 23
High Rise (5:36)
Only Subs (5:37)
Get It On (5:36)
Only Subs (Rhythms In The Place beats edit) (5:39)
Review: The high class Shall Not Fade welcomes equally sophisticated and accomplished deep house don Fred P for another of his superbly heady outings on lush purple vinyl. 'High Rise' finds Fry in fine form and layering up dynamic drums with majestic chords and swirling instrumentation that is grand in scale. 'Only Subs' has a little more thump to it with wispy vocals and chords swirling round over the hefty and hypnotic drums and 'Get It On' has a more slick feel with its warped leads and fragmented vocals. Last of all is a Rhythms In The Place beats edit of 'Only Subs' for more direct deployment.
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 in stock HK$114.27
Time Is Short & Love Is
Cat: RAWAXS 023. Rel: 06 Dec 23
Time Is Short & Love Is (6:06)
Kitkat Sessions (7:26)
Sand (6:44)
Zaharholic (feat Mandela) (7:38)
Review: Bucharest-based producer Guy From Downstairs is ten years deep in releases at this point, having graced the likes of Robsoul, Neostrictly and Pleasure Zone in recent times. Fresh from a razor-sharp collab with Nu Zau, he sidles over to Rawax for a blissful trip through emotionally charged club tracks ranging from deep, bumping house to fluttering electro. 'Time Is Short & Love Is' pins you down with its fulsome bassline, but there's plenty of space for shuffle and slide in the smooth, seductive groove. Meanwhile 'Kitkat Sessions' comes on with more than a little influence from the glory days of ambient techno and electronica thanks to its skittering drum machine programming, expansive pads and melodious acid lines.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock HK$104.18
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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The Man With The Red Face
Cat: F 119/1370119130. Rel: 21 Sep 00
The Man With The Red Face (original mix)
The Man With The Red Face (Svek remix)
The Man With The Red Face (Funk D Void remix)
 in stock HK$73.40
Balance 032: Henry Saiz
Balance 032: Henry Saiz (gatefold 3xLP + Mp3 download code)
Cat: BALLP 031. Rel: 29 Nov 23
Hal Incandenza - "I Know What You Are" (5:56)
Guillermo Medin & Henry Saiz - "In Jeopardy" (6:51)
Robert Feltman - "About Gravity" (6:21)
Karmon - "Continuum" (4:36)
Royksopp - "This Time, This Place" (Henry Saiz Downtempo Egodeath version) (8:56)
Genius Of Time - "Sungswell" (Henry Saiz Cuban Acid Trip remix) (7:40)
Milio - "Dew" (5:20)
Henry Saiz - "Entre Dos Mundos" (8:04)
Brassica - "Celestial Suspension" (6:45)
Marshall White & Henry Saiz - "Stargazer" (10:13)
Henry Saiz & Imalgi - "Kickboxer" (3:46)
Moonlight Wolves - "All I Need" (Third Son remix) (4:34)
NVSBL - "Purple Dawn" (7:12)
Henry Saiz - "Mindtrap" (6:05)
Polygonia - "Implosion Of The Known" (Henry Saiz remix) (6:53)
Moonlight Wolves - "Mantra" (Henry Saiz remix) (6:14)
Somfay & Henry Saiz - "To Steal A Star From The Night" (6:09)
H Haze - "La Fuerza" (6:35)
Review: Madrid producer and DJ Henry Saiz returns to top up the 32nd edition of the longstanding Balance DJ mix series - it's also his third appearance for the series to date. Spanning three discs, we hear from adjacent artists including Hal Incandenza, Karmon, Royksopp, Milio and NVSB: beginning with a pristine technosingular vision in downtempo ('I Know What You Are') and ending on a shufflier, higher-tempo, even quasi-Balearic, progressive-housey set of conclusions. Also crammed with exclusive, unreleased material, this isn't one fans or completists will want to miss.
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Law Of Grace (reissue)
Cat: TR 035. Rel: 06 Mar 23
Law Of Grace (10:45)
Meltdown (6:28)
Lady Science (Tek mix) (5:52)
Review: As Soul Capsule, Baby Ford and Thomas Melchior made some of minimal techno's most accomplished records. It has been many years since they stopped turning out new material - sadly - but their archive tracks are still in hot demand and undeniably relevant. While 1999's 'Lady Science' might be their most famous offering, this EP from 2001 on Aspect Music is no less vital and it will currently cost you well over L250 on second-hand markets. It is Ford's Trelik label who reissues it here in all its glory: the entirety of the a-side is taken up with 'Law Of Grace,' a delightfully deep and breezy minimal dub house roller with pensive chords draped over the frictionless drums. 'Meltdown' has a more experimental feel with brushed metal drums beneath a wordless vocal musing. The cult 'Lady Science' (Tek Mix) is also inched with the whole package being remastered by D&M to make this one utterly essential.
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Best Of Native Soul Recordings Volume One (feat Asad Rizvi mix)
The Candy Dealers - "Train Of Thoughts" (6:13)
Harold Heath - "Slipstream" (6:59)
Jevne - "Moderize" (Asad Rizvi remix) (7:15)
Review: Native Soul Recordings has been around a long old time in dance music terms and now it looks back over some of its finest works with this first in a new series of Best Of comps. Music writer Harold Heath is first up with 'Slipstream,' an effortless smooth late-night house cut with introspective chords and silky pads bringing real depth. The Candy Dealers get more lithe and elastic with the spraying bass and jumbled percussive house of 'Train Of Thought' and last of all, Asad Rizvi remixes Jevne's 'Moderize' with a funky little bassline and chord vamps that keep you on edge. A tasteful package of timeless house grooves.
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Tags: Tech House
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SKAT 01 (limited 1-sided 12")
Cat: SKAT 01. Rel: 06 Nov 23
Skat 01 (5:45)
Review: We know you're not supposed to because it's often said to be a cheap marketing gimmick but frankly, we love a good anonymous new producer to get wondering about. And here we have just that in the form of Skat who opens a new series with a one-sided 12". 'Skat 01' is a worthy tech cut with minimal drums loops and brushed metal surfaces all wound up into a tight groove and overlaid with some rudely vocal raps. It's the sort of tune that brings a unique character to any set and is sure to get the crowd demanding its ID.
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Space Jungle EP
Cat: UFOS 006. Rel: 23 Oct 23
888 (6:34)
Space Jungle (feat Parallax Modulators) (6:56)
Grantourismo (6:32)
Redemption (8:15)
Review: The sixth UFOs outing is another intergalactic adventure in sonic form and this time at the buttons it's New Balaance, a Mexican artist at the heart of a new wave. Space Jungle though is an apt title for this EP, which kicks off with some stylish breaks and nimble basslines overlaid with lush cosmic arps. 'Space Jungle' (feat Parallax Modulators brings a more pensive mood thanks to the sustained chords and deeper grooves, but subtle acid and chattery perc bring it to life. 'Grantourismo' is a lively and dynamic cut with more swirling synth work while 'Redemption' closes down this quartet of excellent explorations with a mix of 90s prog, techno and breakbeats all imbued with plenty of colour.
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Urban Chronicles EP
Urban Chronicles EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AMP 025. Rel: 22 Nov 23
Synth City (7:39)
Dreamworx (6:44)
Parallel Pulses (6:44)
Fabricated Odyssey (5:47)
Review: SIT returns to Amphia with a new release; 'Urban Chronicles' is comprised of four tracks, each with its own distinctive sound reminiscent of early techno and house, especially their dreamier sides. The A launches in full swing with 'Synth City', a colorful, groovy tune, where in which vocal elements and airy synth lines blend together seamlessly. 'Dreamworx' continues in much the same fashion, adding an introspective counterpoint; finally, 'Parallel Pulses' and 'Fabricated Odyssey' make up the B-side, coming quirky and syncopated, with heavy bass lines and lively percussions. More than any other release from the catalogue, Amphia 025 is an exploration of pure instinct and emotion.
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Tags: Tech House
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Maestropolis Various Artists Vol 5
Aline Umber - "Qu'un Jour Ca Dure" (5:28)
Eli Atala - "City 17" (6:14)
Vithz & Emanuele Barilli - "Rubbery Dreams" (5:19)
Mario Liberti - "Welcome On Board" (6:17)
Noiro - "Fabul" (5:43)
Anna Wall - "Worlds Away" (5:17)
Review: Maestropolis is staking its reputation on expansive various artist releases like this one, where we take in a wide breadth of cheeky minimal tech house from underground operators who know how to have fun without sacrificing the headsy quality of the music. With six tracks on a single 12", there's plenty of heat to get hold of here, whether it's the squashed slap bass funk of Aline Umber's 'Qu'un Jour Ca Dure' or the tweaked sonic trip-out of Eli Atala's 'City 17' you're in the market for. Fresh approaches and rock solid grooves for the floor are in abundance on this latest must-grab from the promising French label.
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
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Dance Of Rythms
Dance Of Rythms (translucent purple vinyl 12")
Cat: SYNCRO 41. Rel: 17 Nov 23
Dance Of Rythms (10:10)
The Beauty In The Sound (5:29)
Vibe Science (6:00)
Review: Fred P continues to be a prolific driving force in deep house, with his own Private Society label carrying a huge amount of his work these days. On this latest single he maintains one of his other close working relationships with Parisian institution Synchrophone, delivering three cuts of his refined, endlessly immersive music. 'Dance Of Rhythms' is a driving, sharply defined cut with a lot of action occurring in the lower register while the higher frequencies have acres of space to stretch out in, all the better to keep your head mellow while the hips sway. 'The Beauty In The Sound' is a more pattering affair and 'Vibe Science' favours a nagging drum pattern which nods towards jazz funk as much as techno. This is quintessential Fred P mastery, through and through.
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20 Years Of Phonica
20 Years Of Phonica (limited unmixed 3xCD)
Cat: PHONICACD 002. Rel: 29 Nov 23
Daniel Avery - "Bell"
Paramida & E-Talking - "Read My Lips"
Nyra - "Broken Needs"
Gene On Earth - "Club Jacket"
Dam Swindle - "Allright (Just A Tribute)"
Huerta - "Hit The Bit"
Dauwd - "Slam"
System Olympia - "A Mezzanotte"
Tim Reaper & Comfort Zone - "Subterranean"
Shy One - "Uncle G"
Toby Tobias - "On My Mind" (Freak mix)
Willow - "Willbush"
Dorisburg - "Midi Trail"
Peggy Gou - "Six O Six"
Midland - "Before We Leave" (Gerd Janson remix)
Felipe Gordon & Bob The Egoist - "Get Your Body Movin'"
Harrison BDP - "Easy Tiger"
Eli Escoba - "FindAWay2Day"
Kassian - "Faux Polynesia"
Will Saul - "For Joanie"
Austin Ato - "Song For Mr. Lewis"
Secretsundaze - "Still Hope" (Waajeed's Detroit Hardcore dub)
Ron Basejam - "The Hurt Inside"
Harry Wolfman - "SMBC"
Pional - "XME"
Roman Flugel - "Black Acid"
Yak - "Zip"
Ninos Indigo - "Luna" (Shanti Celeste remix)
Escape Artist - "Energy Breakthrough" (Adam Pits' Lightspeed mix)
Nuage - "Pink Television"
Justin Cudmore - "Train Dance"
Al Zanders - "Song About A Dream"
Earth Trax & Newborn Jr - "Truth" (main Street mix)
Voodoos & Taboos - "Witch House"
Lea Lisa - "Love To The End" (Sunset short edit)
Art Crime - "Obsession"
Asyncronous - "Shinkansen"
Sad City - "Baixa Saxophone"
Review: Phonica Records toasts 20 years in style with this three-disc exploration of the house and techno they're best known for. It's no surprise they were able to pull in a heavyweight cast of characters for this collection, but they've made sure to leave enough room for the stars of tomorrow, too. Familiar names include Daniel Bell, Shy One, Willow, Peggy Gou, Midland, Will Saul and Ron Basejam, but there's also surprise inclusions like Tim Reaper and Comfort Zone teaming up for a signature jungle excursion. This is a heavyweight reflection of everything Phonica has represented for the past two decades, but equally a sign towards where they're heading in the future and it couldn't sound rosier.
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Whispers From The Lake EP
Whispers From The Lake EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: DOWNBEAT 014. Rel: 08 Dec 23
Melanin Vegan
Deep4life Retrograde
Wonder Seven
Dug Deep
Review: New York City native Darand Land is one of many dons of deep house to come from the Big Apple and its environs. He sits right at the top of the pile alongside the likes of Fred P for his smoky, low-lit basement sounds as he once again shows with this new EP on regular label Downbeat. 'Melanin Vegan' is a gorgeously bottomless and smooth as you can imagine with wispy pads and vocals off in the distance. It's gorgeously melancholic and is backed up by the heads down 'Deep4life Retrograde', more upbeat and airy 'Wonder Seven', and final gem 'Dug Deep'. What a doozy.
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Toolroom Sampler Vol 9
Mark Knight, Green Velvet & Rene Amesz - "Live Stream" (Noizu remix) (5:17)
Adrian Hour - "Hear What They Hear" (Danny Howard re-edit) (7:10)
Watermat & Raumakustik - "Out Of My Head" (5:09)
Deeper Purpose - "The Stutter" (5:50)
Review: Toolroom is now one of those house labels that sits at the top table wit the likes of Nervous and Spinnin. It has turned out big room sounds for many years and made label founder Mark Knight a star in the process. Here he has put together an eighth volume of the sampler series that showcases what the imprint is all about and his own track with Green Velvet and Rene Amesz is a highlight with its dark, sleazy grind and tech house funk sure to lock in the club. Elsewhere Danny Howard offers up an extended re-edit of Adrian Hour's 'Hear What They Hear' and on the flip is the bulky 'Out of My Head' by Watermat & Raumakustik and a tense trip courtesy of Deeper Purpose's 'The Stutter.'
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Tags: Tech House
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Spacer (12")
Cat: GIR 002V. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Spacer (edit)
Spacer (with Sepp - Tent 4 re-edit)
Hey Dub Guy! (edit)
Review: The Giralda edits series is bring some classic disco flair to the minimal scene for records primed for standout moments in a set. You can hear Niles Rodgers' production touch all over the source material on this one, as the Giralda team get busy in the lab creating the smouldering, perfectly formed 'Spacer (Edit)'. Sepp joins in on the fun for the Tent 4 re-edit, which brings some tougher ingredients to the blend if you need to jack the party up a touch. On the B-side there's also an edit of 'Hey Dub Guy!', a more pumped up affair which will appeal to anyone who prefers a boxy 90s palette shot through with some Euro disco sass.
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Cat: MOUNTAIN 023. Rel: 05 Dec 23
Track 1 (5:57)
Track 2 (6:30)
Track 3 (7:21)
Review: Underground minimal lovers are well versed in the work of Mountain People so a new drop is always worth hearing. This one on their own label features three unnamed tracks that are all perfect for cultured club settings. The first is a dubbed-out one with a nice skip to the drums and occasional rawness. 'Track 2' is less introspective - here the drums stand more upright and are peppered with some organic percussion while the last cut might be the best of the lot. It's a sublime seven-minute trip with silky bass and jazzy snares that is loose and free-flowing.
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Tags: Minimal
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ANIARAWL 01 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ANIARAWL 01. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Mattias El Mansouri & Dorisburg - "Galapagos" (7:57)
Anthony Linell - "Track 2" (7:01)
Review: Mattias El Mansouri and Dorisburg pair up to get things started on the A-side with 'Galapagos' layering up a hooky lead synth motif with persuasive drums that rock back and forth and carry you away to the stars. It's a gorgeously slow burning set-builder or 5am wig-out classic. Anthony Linell's 'Track 2' then occupies the whole of the flip with rich layers of sustained pads, the distance sound of a train on a track and a deft percussive sprinkle that brings the whole thing to life in hypnotic fashion.
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Cola Beach
Cola Beach (12" limited to 150 copies repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: PURESHORES 001. Rel: 16 Nov 23
Cola Beach (6:00)
Dolphin Splash Keyboards (7:18)
Review: Having made his name on household labels like Aus, Youandewan has more recently branched off to do his own thing. And we approve. First came his Small Hours label, and now comes Pure Shores (All Saints, any one?). The Scotland via Yorkshire and now Berlin based lad takes cares of the first offering with a slick sense of house style. 'Cola Beach' is a sugary deep house tune with a slightly throwback vibe to it, but plenty of bite. The more punchy 'Dolphin Splash Keyboards' is a brilliantly dynamic groove with trippy motifs and neon synth details drifting by up top while a superb bassline keeps things moving. Great work.
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Played by: Jad & The, Midland
Tags: Tech House
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Overcome/Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)
Cat: TR 11:11. Rel: 21 Apr 23
Overcome (9:00)
Lady Science (NYC Sunrise) (9:22)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Trelik returns with a repackaged edition of one of the catalogue's most treasured releases. "Overcome" and "Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)" need little introduction, and now come sporting the new TR11:11 matrix number. Written and produced by Thomas Melchior and Baby Ford aka Soul Capsule, these tracks came from one of the many sessions recorded at the West London Ifach Studio in 1999. On the A Side "Overcome" is stripped back and energetic, driven by rolling and shuffling garage style beats, tight bubbling bass and atmospheric synth pads. The intermittent vocal samples and the release's signature organ set you up for the flip, "Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)". Possibly one of house music's most emotive pieces, the track builds slowly with the introduction of each part building a story of soulful optimism based around a sparse palette of deep synths, uplifting keys and warm analogue bass. The understated beauty of the main vocal riff never seems to grow old or tired with the track lending itself perfectly to either main room, peak-time play or after-hours sessions alike. Remastered by Rashad at D & M.
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I Neva Seen (Willow remix)
I Neva Seen (Willow remix) (limited white label 12")
Cat: LWKWHT 2. Rel: 16 Oct 23
I Neva Seen (Willow remix) (8:00)
I Neva Seen (Tool) (4:59)
Review: Galcher Lustwerk's white label series is back with another previously digital-only track on vinyl for the first time. It comes from the Workshop associate and London-based artist Willow who stretches her legs across eight minutes of electro deepness as she reworks the calssic 'I Neva Seen'. Trippy vocals and paranoid whispers flesh out the supple basslines and popping drum programming which previously came on the LUSTWERK II EP on Ghostly International. Flip it over for a freaky 'I Neva Seen' acappella tool for adventurous DJs - layered-up vocal loops, sparse kicks and an unsettling atmosphere make it one for the afterparty.
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Sacred Machine (expanded reissue)
Cat: IFACH 025. Rel: 23 Oct 23
Sugarspoon (6:21)
Carpet (5:05)
Bad Friday
Grand Central (7:40)
Late Check Out (7:40)
24Hr (8:32)
RTDC (Mark Broom mix) (5:42)
In The Bag (6:24)
Ambo (Greenwich Dawn mix) (7:47)
Review: A reissue that minimal house fans will have been waiting for - an expanded version of Baby Ford & The Ifach Collective's Sacred Machine album. Released in 2001, it's genreally accepted to be the high weatermark for minimal, and here's it's been lovingly remastered by Dubplates & Mastering and comes blessed with two unheard-til-now corkers from the same sessions - Mark Broom's mix of 'RTDC' and 'In The Bag'. What are you waiting for?!
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 in stock HK$326.65
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