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05 (12")
Cat: 0 05. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Track 1
Track 2
 in stock HK$144.95
3BYK 002
3BYK 002 (12")
Cat: 3BYK 002. Rel: 30 Nov 23
C1 (5:13)
C2 (4:50)
D1 (6:19)
 in stock HK$104.18
616LAB 04
616LAB 04 (12")
Cat: 616LAB 04. Rel: 08 Feb 23
398 (5:29)
452 (5:02)
307 (5:19)
369 (4:40)
Played by: Mimi
 in stock HK$144.95
Dynamic Fluo
Cat: AFTG 01. Rel: 27 Oct 23
Dynamic Fluo (6:41)
Slide Ultrasound (6:05)
Pile Micro Trip (6:57)
Octopus Harmonics (5:55)
 in stock HK$128.68
SPANDAU20 009 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SPND20 009. Rel: 03 Nov 23
Elli Acula - "Bff" (4:35)
Claus - "Vape Nation" (4:57)
FJAAK - "Tek Tek Tek" (4:54)
Review: FJAAK is of course the powerhouse behind spandau20, a record label, mixtape series and events that, they say, "revolves around the connection between people and the dancefloor." This new drop on the imprint is a potent one first brought to life by Elli Acula with his ravey and edgy 'Bff.' Claus then goes for something that aprs the mind with its twisted leads and unrelenting linear funk on 'Vape Nation' and finally FJAAk themselves step up with 'Tek Tek Tek'. It's tense and dense techno thumper with the biggest kick drums you've ever heard all cut up by razor sharp hi hats and booming bass. Add in some clipped vocal stabs and you have an all out techno party starter.
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 in stock HK$142.89
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
Abya Yala
Abya Yala (12")
Cat: FRS 023. Rel: 18 Oct 23
Abya Yala (5:12)
Yunkayku (5:50)
Cocholate (5:28)
Siete Cuerpos Celestes (4:54)
 in stock HK$126.62
The Farthest Reaches
The Farthest Reaches (clear vinyl double 12")
Cat: AUX 014. Rel: 22 Mar 16
Arc (12:20)
Exoplanet (11:17)
Suncycle (12:47)
Ceres (13:25)
Review: James Clements continues his explorations into the depths of the grey zone as ASC with The Farthest Reaches double pack on Auxiliary. Samurai Music's Presha has excitedly called these four tracks "a definitive musical statement from one of the most important electronic musicians of our era," and who are we to argue with him? Making full usage of the format and available space, this is ASC in exploratory mode across a quartet of deep ten minute plus productions that have it all; sound design, atmosphere, groove, bass weight. To simply call these epic is selling The Farthest Reaches short!
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 in stock HK$163.27
Turn Up The Beat EP
Turn Up The Beat EP (12" limited to 280 copies)
Cat: BARRO 009. Rel: 15 Nov 23
Turn Up The Beat (5:54)
I Hope To Return (5:03)
New Day (3:45)
Wipeout (5:07)
Face To Face (5:20)
 in stock HK$136.81
Un Eclair Dans La Nuit EP
Cat: LDDLJ 008. Rel: 15 Nov 23
AV1 - "Meta2"
Fsk24 & Felix Dulac - "Un Eclair Dans La Nuit"
Fsk24 & Nils - "Toomai Des Elephants" (7:01)
Fsk24 & Solal Reyes - "Tongue Twister" (6:22)
Review: The twisted and trance-infused progressive techno sound of Les Disques De La Jungle is one we have been keen to hear more from, and here we have it: a new EP featuring some of the artists who have already dropped heat here. AV1 goes first with the crispy metal drums and warped synths of 'Meta2' then Fsk24 & Felix Dulac combine for the hammering tech-funk of 'Un Eclair Dans La Nuit' which would have been a Tyrant classic back in the day. Fsk24 then hooks up with Nils for the stomping and noen-lit jungle-tech of 'Toomai Des Elephants' before partnering with Solal Reyes for the tripped out but driving closer 'Tongue Twister'.
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 in stock HK$114.27
Dream State
Dream State (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: LOKDLP 001. Rel: 02 Oct 23
Late (6:29)
Azure (5:43)
Soma (8:44)
Heloise (6:38)
Intersum (5:43)
Velvet (feat Nieto) (6:05)
Dream State (5:53)
 in stock HK$269.41
Lone Swordsman: Chris Carter Remix
Cat: PHLP 13LS10. Rel: 27 Jul 23
Lone Swordsman (Chris Carter remix) (5:26)
Review: Daniel Avery's heartfelt tribute to the late, great Andrew Weatherall, the melancholic masterpiece that is 'Lone Swordsmen', was one of the standout tracks on his most recent album, the critically acclaimed Ultra Truth. Here the track returns in remixed form, with Throbbing Gristle's Chris Carter putting his spin on Avery's bittersweet, late-90s style IDM gem. Carter's version is a touch warmer and more percussively up-beat, with Avery's lilting lead lines, poignant melodies and glistening electronic motifs rising above a slipped breakbeat and moody bass. It's an excellent remix all told, and a fine example of how to rework on already excellent track to enhance its key features.
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 in stock HK$106.14
Ipanema Reworks
Ipanema Reworks (yellow marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: M 24. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Ipanema (Flug rework) (6:04)
Ipanema (Marco Barley 2023 edit) (5:17)
Ipanema (Hector Oaks Fuego rework) (5:34)
Ipanema (Steve Redhead rework) (5:02)
 in stock HK$110.25
X Erie 07
X Erie 07 (12")
Cat: X 007. Rel: 19 Oct 23
Frank Biazzi - "Unbelivable" (5:18)
Uncertain - "Wisdom" (5:07)
Horacio Cruz - "Televillanos"
Horacio Cruz - "Despiertos"
 in stock HK$120.45
Radio Scarecrow (remastered)
Cat: DUSTCD 117. Rel: 29 Nov 23
Transmission Start
Train By The Autobahn (part 1)
Train By The Autobahn (part 2)
Riphead V9
UV Sine
Short Wave Lies
Digital Poacher
Set To Recieve
EVP Echoes
Floods V3
Witches Ov
Dials & Dialers 1
Ghost Vexations
Dials & Dialers 2
Review: Around 2008 The Black Dog landed on Soma with Radio Scarecrow. At this point the shape-shifting project was well-established as a separate entity from the early Warp years, as original member Ken Downie was joined by Martin and Richard Dust to extol a faintly gothic strain of electro-techno romanticism. 'Ripheadv9' is a fine case in point - a three-dimensional sound world shrouded in grey cloud but shot through with flashes of technicolour light. There's industrial pallor, synthetic melancholy and a heavy payload of atmosphere in abundance on this finely sculpted modern masterpiece, which has been revived with even greater detail thanks to this remastered CD edition on their own Dust Science label.
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 in stock HK$104.18
Distances (hand-numbered marbled vinyl 2xLP + insert limited to 300 copies)
Cat: 7VA 010. Rel: 02 Nov 23
Distant Planets
Cycle (part 1)
Parallel Night
Outpost (feat Ercos Blanka)
Cycle (part 2)
Near Future
Monotone (feat Vidall)
Cycle (part 3)
Cycle (part 4)
End Cycle
Review: Pablo Bolivar & Nacho Sanchez are deep smiths who know how to craft a well-rounded album. They do so here for the Seven Villas label with Distances, which travels far and wide into electro, ambient and techno fusions. Straight off the bat, 'Distant Planets' is a cinematic sound with widescreen pads and seductive electro rhythms. There is plenty of meaning and emotion in the pad work throughout this record whether in the downbeat dub sounds of 'Aquarium' or prickly electro-tech of 'Near Future'. Sophisticated stuff from front to back that comes almost a decade after the pair last worked together.
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 in stock HK$261.28
Fire In The Still Air
Cat: BMBCD 02. Rel: 29 Jan 19
Fire In The Still Air
Review: Surgeon and Regis have been collaborating as British Murder Boys for decades, though in recent times it's tended to take the form of occasional live performances. Like their previous album, 2014's "Live In Tokyo", "Fire In The Still Air" is a non-stop recording of a live performance - in this case one that formed part of Berlin's Atonal Festival last August. It's a thrilling and largely breathless excursion; a non-stop, 51-minute ride in which Surgeon handles beats and electronics, and Regis processed sounds and growling, gravel-voiced vocals. The duo's techno credentials shine through, of course, but it's their industrial and EBM inspirations that come to the fore throughout. For much of the set, they come across like an updated, techno-propelled re-incarnation of early '80s Cabaret Voltaire, and that's not a bad thing at all.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock HK$93.89
Supraterritorial EP
Cat: MUSIK 116. Rel: 06 Oct 23
GaGa (7:23)
Supraterritorial (6:14)
Tiai (6:15)
 in stock HK$120.45
Jerman (12")
Cat: MER 008. Rel: 15 Dec 22
El Sardina (7:55)
Los Morsas (8:01)
Jerman (7:13)
Solia Ser (5:47)
 in stock HK$138.77
Helter Skelter
Helter Skelter (limited 12")
Cat: VOSTRA 003. Rel: 21 Nov 23
Generation (7:27)
Shape Shifter (5:51)
Helter Skelter (5:06)
Remember (8:03)
 in stock HK$128.68
Introduction EP
Cat: SBCV 009. Rel: 17 Nov 23
Octopus Garden (5:47)
Introduction (6:36)
Introduction (Luigi Tozzi Plastik Reshape) (5:15)
Circles (6:34)
Played by: Philippe Petit
 in stock HK$108.20
Not Here For The Fame EP
Cat: REFLEKT 017. Rel: 27 Apr 23
Not Here For The Fame (5:55)
Unknown Velocity (5:39)
Are You Happy? (5:11)
Powergroove (6:15)
Review: Charles Accarisi, also known as Chlar, is a multi-talented techno artist and a promising name on the scene. On the 17th release of Self Reflektion, 'Not Here For The Fame', he showcases his technical abilities as a producer and DJ with a diverse selection of four tracks made for the dancefloor. The title track is characterised by steely mechanisms while 'Unknown Velocity', also on the A-side, has a direct impact influenced by Robert Hood. On the flip, 'Are You Happy?' takes on a loopier late 90s techno feel, followed by the austere peak-time offering aptly titled 'Powergroove.'
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Played by: Philippe Petit
 in stock HK$104.18
Modern Survival
Modern Survival (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PI 02. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Internet Soulmate (4:59)
Supermarket Hunting (4:35)
Body Control Officer (4:43)
Competitive Influencing (4:45)
Scout My Algorithm (4:58)
 in stock HK$118.39
The Recurring Dream (B-STOCK)
The Recurring Dream (B-STOCK) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LIT 003. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Mind Wipe (7:05)
Our Mission (5:51)
Praying For Better Days (5:59)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Outer corner slightly damaged in transit, product otherwise in working condition***

Christian AB is making low key waves with a self-steered angle on hardware house and techno which packs plenty of personality into the time-honoured tradition of box jamming. Four years since the last exemplary 12" on London In Transmission, AB is back with another grip of charismatic club cuts. 'Mind Wipe' is the logical choice for the A side, riding a warm and fluid monosynth bass hook, classic boxy 707 drums and eerie pads to inject a little spooky mystery into the dancefloor. 'Our Mission' is a more adventurous track which dusts up the drums good a proper and lays the psychedelic textures on heavy, but not at the expense of the beat of course. 'Praying For Better Days' is a rousing finale, using some anthemic organ chords as the lead hook for an uptempo jacker par excellence.
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out of stock HK$55.18
No One Cares
Cat: PRS 08. Rel: 21 Sep 22
Decisiveness (6:03)
0 Room For 1 (Make Some Space) (4:43)
Divider (5:47)
Connector (6:04)
Review: Danish DJ/producer C.K. of the Aarhus-based Regelbau collective returns to his PRS imprint with four cuts on the No One Cares EP - and it's a fairly diverse offering. Starting on the first side with the trippy Berlin-style retro house vibe of 'Decisiveness', followed by some late 90s intelligent drum 'n' bass on '0 Room For 1' (Make Some Space). Over on the flip, the emotive dub tech house of 'Divider' was the real stand-out track, followed by one more mesmerising and minimal affair in the form of the deep cut 'Connector'.

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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
 in stock HK$79.68
Well Of Sand
Cat: MIST 007. Rel: 31 Oct 23
Command D - "Half Blue" (Violet mix) (5:03)
DYL - "PJ2" (5:21)
Beats Unlimited - "Burn Your Theremin" (6:12)
Foreign Material - "The Living Planet" (6:42)
Tammo Hesselink - "Petse" (5:29)
Third Space - "Push" (part 2) (5:33)
Review: Sure Thing presents Well of Sand, its second compilation. Six tracks from the label's friends and favourites, each new to the roster, offer bold, untempered explorations of tempo and weight, a concise yet expansive collection recalling the deliberate cadence of rippling sand and the sheen of shimmering oases. From Command D's subtly groundswelling, but snappy 'Half Blue (Violet Mix)', to Foreign Material's alarmingly alien 'The Living Planet' and Third Space's supremely stereoized, lowercase opus 'Push (Part 2)', this is a release for that large intersection of audiophiles and techno-philes.
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Played by: Mimi, Tom Drew, Rave Energy
 in stock HK$104.18
Sins Of Synthesis (B-STOCK)
Cat: 156 DSR. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Charlatan (6:42)
Parallax (6:04)
Sector (7:02)
Fragile (6:27)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Sleeve damaged but otherwise in excellent condition***

Conforce and Delsin have long been entwined in a close musical relationship. Both are underground Dutch powerhouses who deal in fad-free, timeless electronic music. For this one, Conforce brings his deep and dubby brand of techno into the peak time slot. 'Charlatan' has punchy drum programming and squirrelling synth lines over hard hits, 'Parallax' is more atmospheric but just as full of sumptuous synth detail and 'Sector' goes dark and moody with menacing bass ringing out into a wide open space. 'Fragile' is a tripped out cosmic sound with bright melodies bring hope.
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 in stock HK$120.45
Collateral Damage
Cat: INERTIA 11. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Balance Point (5:34)
Collateral Damage (5:49)
Late Nighy Kyiv (5:54)
Pulsar (5:40)
Review: Ukrainian producer Yan Cook continues his working relationship with Delsin as he throws down a formidable, focused strain of techno aimed squarely at peak time. 'Balance Point' is a razor-sharp workout in the Robert Hood tradition, with more than enough heft to move a big space, while 'Collateral Damage' follows a similarly laser-eyed premise. 'Late Night Kyiv' has a slightly softer approach thanks to its fluid synth lines and groovier rhythm section, while 'Pulsar' opts for a psychoactive tone to tweak the synapses in a masterful display of techno engineering.
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 in stock HK$104.18
Graphite EP
Cat: ARTS 032. Rel: 02 Feb 18
Sand (5:43)
Macaw (5:05)
Graphite (5:13)
Plot (6:06)
! low stock HK$95.95
Dance Trax Vol 41
Cat: DANCETRAX 041. Rel: 14 Sep 22
Analysis (4:42)
Intarder (7:46)
Rebound (5:51)
Voltage (3:56)
Played by: Mark Forshaw
 in stock HK$104.18
Contrasto (12")
Cat: SUBL 012. Rel: 09 Nov 23
Played by: Tom Drew
 in stock HK$110.25
Metro (1-sided 12")
Cat: AL 080. Rel: 28 Nov 23
Metro (extended mix) (5:59)
Review: Tale Of Us's Afterlife label has been out in front when it comes to melodic techno for the last couple of years. It was the first to push the style heavily and continues to find the best new artists to help develop it. This new one-sided 12" brings tithe Kevin de Vries and breakout talent Mau P for an epic main room prog cut 'Metro' that its lit up with pixelated chords and spraying pads, icy drum fills and grandiose arrangements that place you at the centre, gazing on in awe at the scale of the techno that unfolds around you. It's effective, to say the least.
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 in stock HK$112.31
Affermative (limited 12")
Cat: ZHARK 039. Rel: 13 Nov 23
Bad Days (4:35)
Clowns (4:24)
Local Junkies (4:37)
Lights Are Gone & So Are You (7:06)
You Get What You Deserve (5:39)
 in stock HK$91.93
Future Radionica
Cat: FNDTN 00009. Rel: 05 Sep 23
The Future
Quantum Tangerine
Yantra Radionica
Sequoia's Hymn
 in stock HK$128.68
Pite EP
Pite EP (limited 12")
Cat: MT 171. Rel: 14 Nov 23
Pite (6:07)
Red + Black (7:04)
Ishalla (6:04)
Dua (5:06)
 in stock HK$112.31
10 Years Of 320KB Music
Cat: 10YEARSEP 1. Rel: 07 Nov 23
DJ Cream - "Crazy"
Black Loops - "Subject Matter"
Umberto - "The Smoke"
Jacopo Latini - "Lose Yourself"
Tags: Tech House
 in stock HK$108.20
Mille Morceau
Mille Morceau (limited silver vinyl LP)
Cat: NNT 042LPC1. Rel: 20 Apr 23
Padodu Basss 30 (2:00)
Likambo (2:27)
Pitschu Debou (3:20)
Padou Mixe (4:14)
Tobandi (2:46)
Savoir Vivre (3:09)
Touta Touta (2:06)
Kelekeke (3:17)
Padou Aass Mixe (2:27)
Marche Mixe (2:13)
Mille Morceau (2:10)
Mabemabe (2:17)
Tututoto Ngroungrou (2:58)
Moi Jesais (2:58)
Tags: African | Afrobeat | Soukous
 in stock HK$191.89
Clown (limited 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BORFT 173. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Mobile Psych House Party (7:49)
Synth Rythm Steroids (7:25)
The Fifth Caravan (10:32)
Clown (6:52)
Tags: Tech House | Minimal
 in stock HK$114.27
Further (12")
Cat: BOSS 10. Rel: 12 Oct 23
Further (5:23)
Attjo (4:51)
Cave Gossip (5:15)
Skrattack (5:29)
Review: Producer/DJs Dorisburg and Efraim Kent have pretty much always dealt in textural, knocky takes on the intersection between minimal and bass music, and this sensibility more than shines through on their latest split EP, 'Further'. The A-side would work just as well in a Plastic People revival rave as it would a minimal neeks' free-for-all, working in endlessly-shifty laser wibbles, risers and a yobby vocal shout. B-sider 'Attjo' is no less fidgety, but errs on the minimal tech side, but also comes with a subtle 'tribal' umbrage, with ghostly spirits seemingly conjured in firelit reverb and drum hits.
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 in stock HK$110.25
The 7th Planet (B-STOCK)
Cat: CWCSLP 022. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Landing Process (1:01)
Lets Fly The Gravity Fighter (4:01)
Lif Eono Ther Planets (feat Paris The Black Fu) (4:11)
Higher Levels (4:47)
The Long Goodbye (4:46)
The Seventh Planet (5:09)
Resurface (5:23)
They're Coming From Everywhere (4:38)
We Never Had A Chance (3:49)
Did You See Them (feat Paris The Black Fu & Mr Remy) (3:08)
We Would Do It (1:38)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Slight tear to left side of outside sleeve, but otherwise in excellent condition***

Robert Witschakowski's tunnel-like focus on the advancement of electro continues apace with this latest Exaltics transmission for Clone West Coast Series, his second album after 2019's II Worlds and his latest since the acclaimed link-up with Heinrich Mueller, Dimensional Shifting. Of course this is electro first and foremost, so the likes of 'Let's Fly The Gravity Together' will hit the pleasure centre of any machine funk aficionado, but even more special is the presence of Detroit Grand Pubahs' Paris The Black Fu offering his unmistakable MC work to 'Lif Eono Ther Planets'. Paris returns for penultimate track 'Did You See Them' alongside Mr Remy, and in between there's an abundance of electro riches to fulfil your cybernetic fantasies.
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 in stock HK$244.91
Night After Night
Cat: AL 076. Rel: 14 Nov 23
Night After Night (feat Be No Rain - Camelphat remix)
Overcome (6:08)
Review: Tale Of Us and their Afterlife label have very much carved out their own unique sound world and it is one loosely described as emotional melodic techno. Entering it this time out is a mix of artists not so often associated with that sound, particular in the case of house duo Camelphat. Here stye work with Fideles and Be No Rain on 'Night After Night,' a theatrical vocal cut with plenty of big synth drama and chill beats. On the flipside is 'Overcome' which is more textured and has a tortured synth lines bring the pixelated drama over sleek tech house drums.
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 in stock HK$114.27
DDS 08
DDS 08 (limited 12")
Cat: DDS 08. Rel: 17 Nov 23
Filmmaker - "Cursed Lineage" (5:22)
Filmmaker - "Summonings" (2:51)
Filmmaker - "Evidence Ignorers" (5:18)
Petros Spatharos - "God's Vanity" (5:29)
Petros Spatharos - "Tropical Riot" (5:19)
Petros Spatharos - "Maneuver To Infinity" (4:40)
 in stock HK$110.25
Vestiges Of The Classic
Cat: IARLTD 025. Rel: 22 Aug 22
Vestiges Of The Classic (7:32)
Vestiges Of The Classic (CRAVO remix) (6:14)
Top To Bottom (6:28)
Top To Bottom (Oliver Rosemann remix) (4:57)
Delta 5 (3:39)
 in stock HK$106.14
Nucleo Profondo
Nucleo Profondo (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: LLESS 031. Rel: 21 Nov 23
Liquida (8:04)
Nucleo (5:49)
Profondo (5:25)
Prismoide (7:21)
Tribale (5:55)
Rota (5:08)
Altair (feat Simone Bauer) (8:31)
Void (9:28)
Review: Lowless does a fine job platforming emergent artists immersed in modern deep techno, where the fractured pulse of electro and d&b can be as much of an influence as traditional 4/4 and ambient. Italian artist Formant Value is the latest to sign to the Parisian label, and their approach to the sound is absolutely on point. Pointillist beat arrangements and dub processing pass through carefully shaped spaces, utterly crisp and defined and thoroughly meditative. If you can't get enough of labels like Amenthia or the sound of Konduku, Dino Sabatini et al, then you're going to thoroughly enjoy this album.
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 in stock HK$251.18
Junto A Ti EP
Cat: CV 017. Rel: 15 Nov 23
Junto A Ti (6:31)
Junto A Ti (Gathaspar remix) (10:16)
Youknowhatimsayin'? (6:42)
Youknowhatimsayin'? (Gathaspar remix) (8:19)
Review: Louie Fresco is a firm fixture in Mexico's booming tech house scene these days, and as he continues to evolve as an artist we find him linking up with Curtea Veche for an EP which brings unmistakable Latin qualities into a club context. On the original of 'Junto A Ti', a freaky framework of twitchy percussion and looming bass builds in delicate formation around the vocal which defines the track. It's delightfully off-kilter and not a little reminiscent of the early days of Cadenza Records. 'Youknowhatimsayin?' is a more sprightly affair which leans on deft breakbeats and warped voices flinging in and out of the mix, not least some choice spots from the one and only J-Roc.
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 in stock HK$136.81
Papua New Guinea (reissue) (B-STOCK)
Cat: 12TOT 17R. Rel: 01 Jan 90
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: ***B-STOCK: Sleeve damaged but otherwise in excellent condition***

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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out of stock HK$126.62
Far Out (remastered)
Cat: C 019. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Old Friends (6:09)
New Ones (6:52)
Bleeper (5:58)
Tougher (6:14)
Spuelch (6:12)
Crunch Me (5:11)
Bass Fishing (7:45)
First Year At College (5:11)
Review: DJ Hyperactive and Woody McBride originally teamed up as Fuzz Face and served us freaky, wigged-out techno in 1996. While their sole release under the name, Far Out, was presented as an EP, you might as well consider it an album with its eight tracks stretched across four sides. Faithfully repressed and still sounding as relevant today as it did back then, this is a masterclass in acid techno that keeps the sonic warm and inviting even as they barrel deep into the heart of narcotic night music with that unmistakable Midwest rave spirit.
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 in stock HK$189.93
When The Watchman Saw The Light
Cat: AMB 1402. Rel: 27 Feb 14
Saysea (feat Natalie Beridze TBA)
New Grass
Atlas (feat Natalie Beridze TBA)
Ghostly Head
 in stock HK$65.27
Obscure Origin
Obscure Origin (12" + insert)
Cat: SNNTG 002. Rel: 09 Jun 23
Through The Woods (6:44)
Apparition (6:13)
Obscure Origin (Dycide remix) (6:57)
Obscure Origin (6:53)
 in stock HK$128.68
Kiwi Synthesis Diary Vol 2
Cat: SRN 001. Rel: 29 Nov 23
Amadamushies (5:13)
Tevora (5:01)
Sly Xupete Di Barcelona (5:13)
Spazio Teletrasporto (7:38)
Househopping (Keroppi) (6:37)
! low stock HK$134.76
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