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Sheet One (30th Anniversary Edition)
Cat: NOMU 22VLP. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Drp (1:40)
Plasticity (10:36)
Gak (5:41)
Okx (0:30)
Helikopter (6:12)
Glob (8:34)
Plasticine (11:18)
Koma (4:03)
Vokx (0:40)
Smak (9:05)
Ovokx (1:08)
Review: A truly landmark album in the history of techno, Richie Hawtin set the bar very high for himself and his Plastikman alias with this record. Sheet One is fabled in many ways, from the notorious blotter-sheet sleeve to the inscription about drug consumption on the run-out groove, but its the music itself which has stood the test of time. Wringing layers of emotion from a 303 beyond what most thought was possible, Hawtin created an exciting new extrapolation of the Detroit techno he took his lead from, foreshadowing the increased minimalism which was yet to come. Some 30 years old and still a dazzling masterpiece of modern electronic music, it's sounding better than ever on this special edition reissue via Novamute.
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 in stock HK$200.12
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
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
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
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
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
Reptilian Tank (reissue)
Reptilian Tank (reissue) (mustard marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: TRUNCATE 26. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Reptilian Tank
Reptilian Tank (Truncate remix)
Review: DJ Hyperactive's now-defunct Contact was the label that first put out this cult cut from 1996. Some 25 years later it now gets a welcome reissue on Truncate's own self-titled label and features a remix from the techno titan himself. 'Reptilian Tank' gets a breath of new life and a refreshing new remix by label boss Truncate. First up is the original - a head-wrecking, panel-beating techno rave-up with wispy pads and pulsating bass that is full of pent-up energy. The remix is a speedy, stripped-back version that races ahead with all the urgency of a shooting star.
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 in stock HK$106.14
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
Homesoon (12")
Cat: MH 031. Rel: 14 Nov 23
Catsu (4:24)
Overpass (9:53)
3x A Charm (5:27)
Muster (6:18)
Citta (6:06)
Review: Unmatched textural-ambient vibesetters Mood Hut flaunt their aptitude for the style once again, this time presenting the latest five-track EP from Sydney's current-favourite musical HSP, Cousin. The origin story for HomeSoon, a dearth of synaptic reflections and blissful fuzzouts, goes something like this: on his way back from the New Year's rave, Cousin would perambulate all bleary-eyed, finding himself in the midst of a dense Angophora thicket. What followed was a deluge of plant-like eureka moments - ideas coming thick and fast, taking root in both arborescent and rhizomatic fashion - producing the likes of 'Overpass' and 'Muster', all of which present as ever-moving quasi-electronic organisms.
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Played by: Kaoru Inoue
 in stock HK$126.62
Spirit Moves
Cat: TOKEN 121. Rel: 05 Dec 23
Presence (5:36)
Spoken Word (5:57)
Spirit Moves (6:38)
Blue Lace (5:02)
Review: For their next voyage into the peak time techno dimension, Token welcome Altinbas for a swift follow-up to the Illumination 12" from earlier this year. This four-tracker is brimming with tension and invention as the Brussels-based producer brings some deft programming flair to classic 909 drum sounds. 'Presence' has an atmospheric, dubby mood thanks to its reverb drenched synth blooms, but 'Spoken Word' shifts the focus onto the rhythms and keeps the energy up with dynamic switches between formations of vintage percussion. 'Spirit Moves' has a little Robert Hood-flavoured paranoia in its synth line, and 'Blue Lace' brings the record full circle with a spacious cut that lets the melodic elements lead, albeit still strapped to some of those incisive beats.
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 in stock HK$114.27
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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 in stock HK$118.39
Voices From The Lake (reissue)
Voices From The Lake (reissue) (4xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SPAZIO 025. Rel: 10 May 23
Iyo (9:59)
Vega (8:37)
Manuvex (7:21)
Circe & ST (VFTL rework) (12:52)
Meikyu (10:58)
In Giova (10:03)
Twins In Virgo & Twins In Virgo (5:47)
Twins In Virgo & Twins In Virgo (reprise) (5:08)
Mika (7:49)
HGS (part 2) (7:23)
01.12 N (13:40)
Review: Voices From The Lake is the pairing of Italian techno craftsmen and sound sculptors Donato Dozzy and Neel. They came together to do a live show at the famed Labyrinth festival in Japan and that's what gave rise to this new now seminal album. It's a deeply meditative and dubbed-out world of delicate synths and rolling drums that change only slightly and slowly but manage to keep you utterly locked in for the duration. It's pure techno that has been remastered for this new edition across eight sides of wax. An absolute modern classic for sure.
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Played by: Joachim Spieth
 in stock HK$412.40
Selador Decade Vol 3
Charles Webster vs Ursula Rucker - "Begin Anew" (7:57)
James Harcourt vs Heik - "Ghost" (5:57)
Oona Dahl vs Doc Martin - "Soul On Fire" (dub) (7:18)
Bebetta vs Smash TV - "Hold On" (6:52)
Review: Dave Seaman and Steve Parry founded Selador in 2013 as a vessel for their vision of house and techno, forged on the foundation of their lifelong dedication to the culture. They've been commemorating ten years of outstanding music with a run of releases that gather together some outstanding new tracks across the spectrum of the label's sound, and just look at the partnerships they've mustered up for this fifth and final entry in the Decade series. Charles Webster and Ursula Rucker lock into an outstanding strain of deep, soulful house on 'Begin Anew' while Oona Dahl and Doc Martin tease a little prog magic on 'Soul On Fire (Dub)'. At every turn these established heavyweights are pushing new sounds, mirroring Selador's overall combination of experience and curiosity with spectacular results.
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 in stock HK$118.39
Selected Ambient Works 85-92
Cat: AMB 3922LP. Rel: 24 Oct 19
Xtal (4:51)
Tha (9:02)
Pulsewidth (3:48)
Ageispolis (5:21)
I (1:12)
Green Calx (6:05)
Heliosphan (4:50)
We Are The Music Makers (7:45)
Schottkey 7th Path (5:02)
Ptolemy (7:14)
Hedphelym (6:04)
Delphium (5:27)
Actium (7:36)
Review: In line with the timely reappraisal of all things R&S related, the resurgent Apollo have seen the opportunity to bring one of their most celebrated records back for another round. Aphex Twin's ambient recordings mature magnificently with age, sounding ever richer and more emotive as the rest of electronic music continues to play catch up all around. From the gentle breakbeats of "Xtal" to the aquatic techno lure of "Tha", the airy rave of "Pulsewidth" to the heartwrenching composition of "Ageispolis", every track is a perennial example of how far ambient techno could reach even back then. It's just that no-one quite had the arm-span of Richard D. James.
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 in stock HK$189.93
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
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
Nanoclusters (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: CPU 01111001. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Khroxic Mould (3:38)
Snapterisk (3:47)
Metallik (3:13)
Syntheseers (2:53)
Calcula (4:02)
Metro Esc (3:19)
Digit Six (3:10)
Metal Glass (3:03)
Review: Global Goon should be familiar to anyone with an appreciation for real deal braindance from the label that coined it, Rephlex. As a veteran of Aphex's label, the Goon has proven himself to be gifted in the art of off-kilter electro more than enough over the years. Quite simply, no-one is giving machine funk quite the flair and verve this guy is, and his wobbly jams are over-flowing with ideas. This is exactly what braindance is all about, wringing emotion, originality and sense of mischief out of the noisy boxes in your studio. At eight tracks, this is more like an album than an EP, all the better to sink your brain into.
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 in stock HK$110.25
EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: 89GHOST 016. Rel: 31 Jan 22
Creak (5:30)
Croak (5:37)
Crank (5:37)
Crease (6:00)
Review: We've not been able to get to the bottom of who Kenny Burns is (or at least this one - there was a famous Nottingham Forest footballer of the same name in the dim and distant past), and 89: Ghost main man Neil Tolliday is keeping tight-lipped. Either way, this label debut from the man of mystery includes some genuinely impressive moments. Picturesque closer 'Crease', where dreamy chords and kaleidoscopic synth sounds rise and fall atop an unfussy dancefloor beat, reminded us of Nail's own 1993 cut 'Cassiopeia', while 'Crank' is a thrusting slab of early morning techno peppered with squelchy acid motifs, chiming electronics and loopy, mind-mangling riffs. Elsewhere, 'Croak' is an angular slab of warped techno intensity, and opener 'Creak' is a hypnotic neo-trance number.
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 in stock HK$8.13
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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 in stock HK$277.65
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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 in stock HK$81.64
ZMNT 009
ZMNT 009 (12")
Cat: ZMNT 009. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Gravel Pit (5:40)
Ideal Future (5:05)
Acid Thirst (5:57)
Climb These Walls (5:43)
Review: M Parent's penchant for texture is laid bare on this searing and arresting new EP for Zement. It opens with 'Gravel Pit' which sounds like an audio diary from a car-wrecking plant. Twisted metal, fizzing battery acid, and crushed glass all feature over a distorted baseline and broken rhythm. Those same scuzzy sounds define the rest of the EP from the acid-laced 'Ideal Future' to the coruscated funk of 'Acid Thirst' via the caustic intensity of closer Climb These Walls'. An impressively unique offering that very much has its own singularly sound palette.

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 in stock HK$102.12
Crude Appraisal
Cat: SRTX 040. Rel: 21 Nov 23
The Warning (5:14)
Harlesden Shuffle (extended 12" Disco mix) (8:15)
Combustion Zone (6:42)
House Thing (6:08)
Review: Jerome Hill is having a fine year - back in February he turned out his superb Flow Mechanics album on Hypercolour and now he is back on Super Rhythm Trax with a fire four-track electro and house outing. The opener 'The Warning' is a prickly one with acidic lines and raw, chattering claps making for a menacing vibe. 'Harlesden Shuffle' (extended 12" Disco mix) is then a wonky disco-tinged minimal cut with Wagon Repair-style synth leads and plenty of acid stabs. There is plenty of bite to the jacked-up B-side cut 'Combustion Zone' then 'House Thing' rounds out with early Chicago vibes, dusty drums and naughty basslines.
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Played by: DJ Mau Mau
Tags: Acid House
 in stock HK$112.31
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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 in stock HK$122.41
Cat: PRS 013. Rel: 06 Dec 23
Speedstick (6:49)
99 Bass Tones (5:37)
Faker (5:08)
Review: It is now 13 releases deep and each and every time a new one arrives, Private Recording System's music sells out. This one comes from returning label regular, 2 Bit Crew member and Safe Radio associate CK who again cooks up a future fusion of house, tech and minimal. 'Speedstick' is first out of the blocks and is an intergalactic tech trip with hurried drums and silvery hi-hats and snares riding the beats. '99 Basstones' then gets more tribal and stripped back with compelling kicks and bass bringing plenty of bounce and 'Faker' shuts down on something of a funky, loopy techno tip.
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 in stock HK$93.89
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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The Deer Hunter
The Deer Hunter (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MMV 015. Rel: 08 Dec 23
The Deer Hunter
More Than Meets The Eye
A Forest
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Ginger (reissue)
Ginger (reissue) (2xLP (indie exclusive))
Cat: WARPLP 14R. Rel: 09 Nov 23
Ginger (7:10)
Fill 4 (2:05)
Beam Me Up! (5:42)
R2 D2 (5:42)
Fill 14 (4:10)
Basic Design (7:39)
Perfect Pitch (7:00)
Flashback (6:25)
Pepper (5:55)
De-Orbit (6:10)
Review: Warp continues to comb back through the landmark Artificial Intelligence series with this landmark record from Jochem Paap, aka Speedy J. Alongside a tandem reissue of Richie Hawtin's F.U.S.E. album Dimension Intrusion, this remastered edition of Ginger takes us back into the heart of early 90s techno innovation, when new ideas were developing globally at a rate of knots. Paap had already established himself in the harder end of the techno pool, but Ginger flipped the script with an immersive, meditative exploration of minimalism and melodic structure. Amongst the eternal classics are some dazzling miniatures deemed 'Fills' which make for some of the most compelling listening on this seminal slice of early 90s techno.
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Willow (12")
Cat: CWPT 007. Rel: 05 Dec 23
Willow (6:09)
Breathe (6:12)
Masada (7:55)
River Dancers (5:22)
Review: CWPT's founder Palms Trax is next to coax some left of centre house goodness from the studio of Wallace following fine outings on the likes of Mule Musiq, Studio Barnhus and Rhythm Section. They usually come on his own label Tartan but have increasingly been heard all over the shop and we're glad about that because the more the merrier. 'Willow' is the sort of airy and uplifting melodic hose sound that will make whole crowds float on a cloud. 'Breathe' has the same levitating effect while 'Masada' is a slower sound with more patent chords and sinewy synths. 'River Dancers' is a steamy jungle roller with bird calls, whimsical melodies and a typical feel.
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Mantis EP
Mantis EP (12")
Cat: ELL 073. Rel: 24 Mar 22
Mantis (7:57)
Input Robot (6:11)
Review: Egyptian artist Raxon continues to make big waves with his widescreen astral techno. He has often landed on Maceo Plex's Ellum Audio label land that is where he returns now with another club-ready two tracker that is designed to make for some epic moments in big spaces. Opener 'Mantis' has heavy, churning drums and plenty of twitchy synths, turbo-charged sci-fi stabs and cosmic intentions. On the flip is 'Input Robot', a bouncy bit of elastic techno with more jostling drum work and plenty of astral synths make it an expansive groove. This one marks another big outing from this ever evolving artist.

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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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Zzzz EP
Zzzz EP (12")
Cat: EPM 27V. Rel: 05 Dec 23
Kos (6:00)
ZZZZ (4:13)
Track 4 (5:31)
F9 (4:16)
Review: On this latest drop on EPM, the steadfast UK techno label welcomes steadfast UK techno titan Mark Broom for a collaboration with Australian in Berlin Patrik Carrera. The result is four slices of no-nonsense jackhammers from two experts in the field, leading in with the edgy loops and bludgeoning kicks of 'Kos' and neatly stepping over to the shoulder-shaking pressure of 'ZZZZ'. 'Track 4' features one of those deadly chord stabs which just lands squarely between the eyes, while 'F9' rides the cymbals mercilessly and keeps an abundance of funk in the low end - pure dancefloor dynamite in action from two well-versed detonators.
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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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Papua New Guinea (reissue)
Cat: 12TOT 17R. Rel: 30 Aug 23
Papua New Guinea (original)
Papua New Guinea (Andrew Weatherall mix)
Papua New Guinea (dub mix)
Papua New Guinea (Journey To Pyramid)
Papua New Guinea (Monsoon mix)
Papua New Guinea (Graham Massey mix)
Papua New Guinea (Dumb Child Of Q mix)
Review: There's a reason that Future Sound of London's 1991 debut single, 'Papua New Guinea', is periodically reissued: it's a stone-cold classic that sounds unlike anything else. In its original mix form, the track combines traits borrowed from early breakbeat hardcore (booming bass, house-tempo breakbeats) with saucer-eyed vocal samples, twinkling pianos and sounds more often found in ambient house and chill-out tunes from the period. This remastered, hand-numbered vinyl reissue boasts all of the 1992 remixes (as well as the original mix), including a suitably psychedelic, tribal-tinged Andrew Weatherall revision, the duo's own spaced-out ambient style 'Dub' mix, and a sax-sporting Manchester re-wire courtesy of 808 State's Graham Massey.
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Beneath The Moon (incl Fred P Reshape)
Cat: RS 032. Rel: 16 Oct 23
Keep Moving (5:24)
Keep Moving (Fred P Reshape) (6:47)
Fantastic Creatures (7:27)
Seven (7:01)
Review: Release Sustain, a London-based underground label, is pleased to introduce a new EP by Moody Waters, the label's founder. "Beneath the Moon" is a four-track EP that offers a refreshing blend of deep techno and house sounds. With steady beats and intriguing vibes, "Beneath the Moon" is a versatile addition to any DJ's collection. This EP explores an underground sound that combines the essence of house and techno, making it an enjoyable listen for those interested in electronic music in 2023. Don't miss the chance to check out this latest offering from Moody Waters and and awesome remix from Fred P. Grab your copy of "Beneath the Moon" and discover why fans are appreciating this new release from Release Sustain.
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Tri Dub
Tri Dub (translucent blue vinyl 12")
Cat: PHONOGRAMME 35. Rel: 08 Sep 23
Review: Original house master Satoshi Tomiie will always be best known for that one special tune with the late Frankie Knuckles but he has plenty more in his arsenal even now, all these years on. Phonogramme has tapped him up for just that with this first fresh new EP for a while. 'Proody' is deliciously deep and dub house with smooth synth work charming your pants off. 'A32' is a more experimental mix of curling synths, smart filters and elastic rhythms then 'DJBL Dub' shuts down in meditative late-night fashion. Big ups to the OG!
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Played by: Per Bojsen-Moller
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Rug Cutters Vol 1
Cat: WM 022. Rel: 05 Dec 23
Cutting Snakes (Keep On Moving) (5:25)
Bumps (You Say) (5:21)
Cutters (They Don't Get It) (5:04)
Pay No Mind (Who Am I) (5:33)
Review: Having already served up plenty of (in his words), "heaters and panel beaters", Mella Dee delivers a four-track hit of bona-fide rug cutters. He first fuses sweat-soaked and stomping house beats, bassline house style organ bass and giddy female vocal samples on the energy-packed 'Cutting Snakes (Keep on Moving)', before reaching for fuzzy analogue bass, squelchy TB-303 motifs, breathless vocal snippets and more grade-A drums on 'Bumps (You Say)'. The South Yorkshire producer successfully breaks up the beats on the warehouse-ready excellence of 'Cutters (They Don't Get It)', while 'Pay No Mind (Who Am I)' is a bouncy, garage-influenced early morning workout full of deep sub bass, haunting male vocal samples and infectious organ stabs.
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Grava 4 (reissue)
Cat: CAL009RE2023/C# 25LPBLACK. Rel: 27 Oct 23
Cascading Celestial Giants
Gravity Waves
Powers Of The Deep
Drexcyen Star Chamber
Drexcyen REST Principle (Research Experimentation Science Technology)
Hightech Nomads
700 Million Lightyears From Earth
Astronomical Guidepost
Review: Released in 2002 as the Drexciya project was forced towards an untimely finish with the passing of James Stinson, Grava 4 remains a high-point in the legendary Detroit electro pioneers' catalogue. As ever, the magic of the record lies in the balance between experimental, provocative sound design and fully physical, instinctive machine funk. Stinson and Gerald Donald were able to say a great deal within the parameters of their project, and Grava 4 remains leagues ahead of what most people think electro can be. Just marvel at the likes of 'Gravity Waves', which feels like the truest representation of the genre without ever following a pre-existing formula.
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My Acidic Being
My Acidic Being (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: PNKMN 051. Rel: 05 Dec 23
Laying It On Thick (5:27)
Trailing Effects (7:07)
I've Been Here Before (6:13)
It Seems Like Yesterday (6:44)
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Fallen Angel
Cat: SCDD 043. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Fly Away XTC (6:29)
Fly Away XTC (G-Town mix) (6:07)
1997 (4:52)
Feeling Emotions (5:31)
Found My Angel (6:26)
Fallen Angel (5:42)
Review: You can't fault a label that just bangs out high quality and functional tracks deigned to do nothing more than just blow up the floor. And Mall Gabr's Stye City Discs has always done that. Next up to make his destructive entry is Kettama with Fallen Angel, a six track EP doused in rave euphoria. 'Fly Away XTC' is an old school and pills dup banger that also comes as a G-Town mix and 'Feeling Emotions' then layers up the diva vocals and all out piano joy. 'Found My Angel' ducks and dives bobs and waves through layers of chords and scratchy drums 'Fallen Angel' is another hands in the air, lost in the lasers moment.
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Cat: INN8 006. Rel: 25 Sep 23
Gilbert - "Low Flying Objects" (6:17)
Gilbert - "Unknown Entities" (5:58)
Owain K - "Corona Borealis" (6:57)
Owain K - "New Horizon" (7:01)
Review: The small but already well-formed Innate label offers up a superb split EP for its sixth outing. Gilbert opens up with 'Low Flying Objects', a widescreen and serene bit of synth-laden tendon with more than a hint of Motor City soul over the dusty drums. 'Unknown Entities' is a brain-cleansing and celestial electro-styled cut with dreamy pads and cinematic deepness. Bristol-born, Welsh-rooted Owain K then steps up to the flip with equally painterly sounds. 'Corona Borealis' pairs deep and rubbery bass with crisp electro drum patterns and far-sighted chords. 'New Horizon' then closes out with some delightfully dozy deep house that's laden with wispy chords and undulating bass.

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Thermal Dynamics EP
Cat: CRG 031. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Jaws Leanin' (5:24)
Locked In (part 1 - Locked Groove) (1:29)
Desire (5:25)
Gold Hands (5:04)
Locked In (part 2 - Locked Groove) (1:27)
XXS (4:32)
Review: Following on from his recent outing on a split 12" courtesy of Burned At Both Ends, Habgud now goes it alone with this new EP of techno firecrackers on Clergy. Opener 'Jaws Leanin'' is the sort of lithe roller with sheet metal snares and dark vocals that locks you in a good old heads down stompathon. After a trippy locked grooves comes 'Desire' which is another speed and effective linear techno pumper. 'Gold Hands' has a rugged and loopy design with vocal stabs adding intensity and 'XXS' is a final hugely effective tool with glitchy perc and drums that almost fall over themselves.
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Sailingstars (remastered)
Sailingstars (remastered) (translucent blue vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: ECHOSPACE 009RE. Rel: 08 Nov 23
Sailingstars (9:59)
Subtraktive (Intrusion Twilight dub) (8:14)
Sailingstars (Intrusion Reform) (4:19)
Review: Take a trip back into a classic from the Echospace archives as we get treated to a remastered edition of CV313's 'Sailingstars'. The original mix of the track is a perfect dub techno workout from Rod Modell and Stephen Hitchell, roundly defined by the shimmer and shift of the chords, crackling with electricity and strapped to a meditative pulse. The Intrusion versions take things much further out, with the 'Twilight Dub' of 'Subtraktive' heading right to the fringes as the slither of a beat buffets along the faintest wisps of texture and tone. The 'Reform' of 'Sailingstars' is a little more forthright, subtly dubbing out the original structure with all the refinement you expect from these dub techno totems.
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Symbiosis (double 12")
Cat: SUSH 60. Rel: 06 Feb 23
Symbiosis 1 (8:48)
Symbiosis 2 (6:39)
Symbiosis 3 (2:50)
Symbiosis 4 (8:04)
Symbiosis 5 (7:20)
Symbiosis 6 (7:52)
Review: After having two of his earlier tunes remodelled by Carl Craig and Mike Huckaby thanks to Sushitech, Detroit's Delano Smith re-emerges on the label with a double pack of tunes made with Brawther under the D&B Productions. That moniker has more to do with the pair's name rather than a suddenly conversion to drum & bass, although there's a love of dubby effects and deep bass power here that - at a stretch - could be said to be in common. The six tracks - Symbiosis' 1-6 - are smooth and simple, but executed with an ear (or four) for an irresistible groove, an economic but rhythmic keyboard stab and a knack for squeezing something nicely soulful from the barest ingredients. Nice work indeed.
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I Care Because You Do
I Care Because You Do (180 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 30. Rel: 20 Dec 12
Acrid Avid Jam Shred
The Waxen Pith
Wax The Nip
Icct Hedra (edit)
Ventolin (video version)
Come On You Slags!
Start As You Mean To Go On
Wet Tip Hen Ax
Alberto Balsalm
Cow Cud Is A Twin
Next Heap With
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Ohm Series 8
Cat: OHM 008. Rel: 06 Dec 23
Tm Shuffle & Tapani Rinne - "Latenight" (7:06)
XDB - "Ovadub" (5:57)
Tim G - "B+" (5:59)
Dubrovnik UK - "Metropolis" (7:38)
Review: The eighth instalment in the Ohm Series comes through with another essential cast of deep and dubby techno travellers. Finnish producer TM Shuffle links up with Tapani Rinne for the opening track, 'Latenight', continuing the partnership they commenced earlier this year on Soulful Dubs. XDB then comes through with 'Ova Dub', another masterclass from a cult hero of the deep techno scene whose quality never falters. Tim G kicks off the B side with 'B+' before Dubrovnik completes the set with 'Metropolis', both cuts maintaining the immersive mood readily associated with the Ohm Series while bringing each artist's individual quirks to the forefront.
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Gods & Robots
Cat: BLCS 008. Rel: 25 Sep 20
Gods & Robots (6:06)
She's Flying In Black Clothes (6:29)
Gods & Robots (Answer Code Request remix) (5:59)
She's Flying In Black Clothes (Antigone remix) (6:12)
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Y01 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: XYY 01. Rel: 29 Nov 21
Track 1 (6:53)
Track 2 (5:54)
Track 3 (5:03)
Review: Having just made a splash with a 12" of adventurous leftfield techno, Intercepts simultaneously emerges as an inventive force in the field of electro too. Again, we get three shadowy producers stepping out at a mean clip, with 'Track 1' running faster than average and revelling in razor sharp edits that split the difference between braindance, d&b and machine funk and come up with dark, sinewy gold. 'Track 2' eschews the kicks and works a few more melodic elements into the mix for a starry-eyed piece with an underlying spookiness. Then 'Track 3' locks into something much more upfront with a chunky lead hook and satisfyingly dirty drums. There's serious flex in the synth work here, suggesting someone that may have been honing their craft for some time already. Electro heads take note - this is something different.
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