Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

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Matt Karmil
STS371

A ruminative album of ambient, hazy house music constructed from loops and soft-edged beats, STS371 is the fifth collection from British-born producer Matt Karmil. Put together at his own studio in Cologne, Karmil’s work fits neatly into an impressive output that dates back his earliest album ----. 

The Mulholland Free Clinic
The Mulholland Free Clinic

Together, Jonah Sharp, Move D, Juju and Jordash have formed The Mulholland Free Clinic, an institute for improvised live electronic hardware music. For their second ever set, they played for three hours. The recordings were then cut down to the 80-minute form you see before you, and then spread over three LPs of remarkably strong ebb and flow. 3LP set on the Away label.
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Rrose
Hymn to Moisture

Something about the word moist or moisture, unless I’m talking about cake, makes me want to have a shower immediately. It’s clearly not the case for Rrose, AKA Seth Horvitz FKA Sutekh FKA Suite K with debut album, Hymn To Moisture. The experimental producer shows influences from bosses of techno such as Jeff Mills, Pan Sonic, and Plastikman along with famed electronic composers such as Eliane Radigue, Laurie Spiegel, and Phill Niblock to make an album as cerebral as it is visceral.
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rRoxymore
Face To Phase

After emerging from her “annual creative hibernation practice”, rRoxymore returns with 'Face To Phase' - a rumbling beast born to thrive in the club, but often sounding like it derives from another dimension. A deep listen debut album, moulded and fuelled by the spirit of club music cultures.
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Nick Araguay
EP

Sähkö Recordings presents the latest EP from the mysterious London-based artist Nick Araguay, about whom little is known despite a career that’s lasted over half a decade. He first started picking up attention five years ago with his SE15 Tales, a brooding mix of house and techno released on the Peckham imprint Peur Bleue. This new three-track collection, functionally titled EP, arrives with similarly little context. 

Various
Systems E.P. 1

25 years ago this Systems E.P. 1, featuring three cuts from Red Shift, one from Ether, one from Escape Artist and one from Constants of Nature, was too much to handle, clearly way ahead of its time and consigned to the bargain bin. Once people started to get it, though, that bargain bins across the globe were scoured with anticipation of finding a cheap copy. It was harder to find than you might have thought but no fear, its being reissued by Kalahari Oyster Cult.
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Etapp Kyle
Nolove

Etapp Kyle is from out Western Ukraine way and this four track EP is inspired by the history, culture and politics of the area. it has resulted in carefully produced leftfield dancefloor with a distinctly minimalist approach that Kyle hopes reflects the area he grew up in. He's also made a fascinating sounding film and exhibition on the subject but this EP concentrates on the sounds and reflections. 
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Mental Cube
Mental Cube EP

Mental Cube were Future Sound Of London in their early years. This eponymous EP was originally released in 1990. Over the four tracks you will find some funky 909 work outs, classic house and the bass heavy In The Mind of A Child, which was intended to be released back in the day as a Mental Cube track, but was released under the name Indo Tribe.
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LSD
Third Process

LSD is a techno supergroup featuring Luke Slater, Steve Bicknell and David Sumner and the eagle-eyed out of you will see how they got their name. This is their third release and once again showcases their ability to make high impact techno full of kinetic energy, future sounding percussion and earworm melodies. Essential stuff.  
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Fear-E
Grey Skies In A Dear Green Place

Fear-E is Glaswegian Scott McKay. After establishing himself as one of the best DJs in the city, he released records through Dixon Avenue Basement Jams and Super Rhythm Trax, showing he had production skills to match. Grey Skies In A Dear Green Place, a 6 track EP, is his first record for Dark Entries. 
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Dave Tarrida
Tormentor

Scottish independent label RIOT Radio Records delivers its latest release, a four-track 12” vinyl EP from Spanish-born, Scottish-raised producer Dave Tarrida who co-ran the legendary Sativae label and has releases bangers on Tresor amongst many others. Tormentor continues Tarrida’s rich vein of form, consisting of three original pieces of slammin' off-kilter techno, plus a brutally minimalist remix of lead track ‘Moral Panic’ from Charlton (Mord). 
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Jerome Hill
Voices Of Dissent

Techno veteran Jerome Hill returns to Scottish label RIOT Radio Records with a new 4-track EP called Voices of Dissent, his second record for the label. The EP contains three new tracks, guaranteed to make you move, along with a remix by crazy Swedish guys TSR. As well as always knowing what the floor needs, Jerome Hill runs the labels Don't, Super Rhythm Trax and Fat Hop.
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Stasis / Phenomyna
Vinyle Inaugural Vol 1

Steve Pickton is an undisputed UK techno legend - his vision of Detroit techno and his productions on B12, Peacefrog etc. are classics. Perhaps his most well-known handle is Stasis, but he's also released records as Phenomyna on Kirk Digiogio's Applied Rhythmic Technology (ART) label among many others. Here we have the second release on his co-owned Fencepice label following an EP under his Soul 223 alias. It features the sublime 'Tau' for the first time on vinyl -- it originally appeared only on the CD edition of his 1995 'Inspiration' album on Peacefrog. 'Travellor' and 'From Afar' also appear for the first time on wax after only being available on Phenomyna's 1994 CD 'Unexplained' on ART. Vinyl DJ's will be glad to finally get their paws on these gorgeous works of celestial, glistening machine soul.
  • Vinyl 12" (FP002)
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Various
Powder In Space

Producer and DJ Momoko Goto presents her latest Powder EP for Tim Sweeney’s Beats In Space imprint, and it’s a slightly odd one. Alongside two new originals, titled ‘New Tribe’ and ‘Gift’, Powder In Space also includes an instrumental of Daphne’s 1993 hit ‘When You Love Someone’ and an exclusive release Samo DJ & The Hidden Operator’s blissful ‘Захват Сзади Rox’ in a live mix. Comes with an essay insert and a download card for the four unmixed tracks. 

Eduardo de La Calle
Sensitive Compartmented Information EP

Eduardo de La Calle keeps on doing his own techno thing in his own techno way with this four track release on the Nonplus label. The Sensitive Compartmented Information EP goes deep deep down into subterranean realms where only you, the driving rhythms, and the occasionally-acidic synth engines exist. 12” on Nonplus.
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RX-101
Serenity

Continuing a run of fascinating releases, Suction Records trawls Erik Jong’s vault for yet another RX-101 album. Apparently recorded during the late Nineties, Serenity recalls the unhinged beat avalanches of classic Aphex Twin material -- think Caustic Window/early Rephlex - totally nailing that tough crunchy sound with infusions of evocative melody.
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Delroy Edwards
Slap Happy

Fresh from his collaboration with Dean Blunt, Delroy Edwards returns to L.I.E.S with an LP that should scratch any itch you have for some old school Chicago House. All the elements are here for some worshipping of the classic old school sound with no modern day production styles and plenty of synth stabs and latin style percussion. Unapologetically vintage, this could be his best solo offering yet.  
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Gene Hunt
After School

This is Chicago house legend Gene Hunt, not the character from the TV show Life On Mars. After School is a 12” EP featuring three tracks from deep down in Hunt’s wonderous archive. As the title may suggest, After School is bringing back some real old school bangers that were played in clubs back in the day. This is the first time they’ve been released on vinyl. Rugged chi-town jack trax/acid house on Delroy Edwards' L.A. Club Resource label.
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Neil Landstrumm
A Death, a Mexican and a Mormon

Heroic figures of bleep techno don't come as frequently as acid pioneers or techno luminaries, but this doesn't dent the worth of Neil Landstrumm. He continues his legacy with a four track 12" EP on CPU, arching back to the roots of the genre in a drum machine, circuit riff storm of a release for floor and brain dancers everywhere.
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Apogee
Tales From The 2nd Moon

A 1993 Dan Curtin production given an essential repress. 'Tales From the 2nd Moon' brings together driving kicks, restless drum machines and acid for the heavy middle. Washed over this however is a psychedelic, drifting palette of synth pads and forays into rave breakbeats. A diverse selection back in print.
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  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

Jason Fine
Moonscapes EP

Moonscape EP is Jason Fine’s debut release on Don’t Be Afraid and it’s a stellar addition to the DBA catalogue. The 4-track EP moves from low-fi beats to luscious flowing instrumentation and glistening synths - the perfect soundtrack to round off the night and dream of the skies. A 12" vinyl EP
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Zeitgeber
Seventeen Zero Four

Released on clear 10” vinyl, Seventeen Zero Four represents the first time in half a decade that Speedy J and Lucy have collaborated as Zeitgeber for Stroboscopic Artefacts’ Monad series. It’s a three-track EP that reaffirms the pair’s ongoing love for unpredictable shifts in their techno epics and their love of bold production values. 

Steve Moore
Frame Dragging

New York-based synth maestro Steve Moore releases his first music on the Kompakt label in precisely a decade since ‘Bayern Kurve’ came out on the label’s Speicher series. This new four-track 12” EP, Frame Dragging, covers Balearic minimalism, full-on house and blissfully chilled-out electronica. 
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  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

Tobias.
1972

Not the famous never-nude of Arrested Development fame but a different Tobias. This is Tobias Freund  - a German techno expert who here opens up his archives to the general public and presents four slabs of vintage techno. He's been honing this stuff for 30 years so I'd dare say he's pretty good at it. Steady thumps, a krautrock like love of repetition and grainy night time listening are the order of the day.  
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EDMX
World Phaser

Producer Ed Upton delivers another studio album under his EDMX moniker, this time a double-vinyl package, and predictably going in a different direction yet again. On World Phaser, his first album for the Queen Nanny label, Upton keeps the arrangements stripped down and the bass frequencies cranked up. 

Steve Moore
s/t

Steve Moore has spent more time composing for the big and little screens these past few years, but if anything this experience seems to have made his output less 'cinematic' in the traditional sense. Whereas Moore’s previous entries for L.I.E.S. (2012’s Panther Moderns and 2011’s Zero-Point Field) were all widescreen hybrids of Detroit techno and Vangelis-isms, his new self-titled EP for Ron Morelli’s label is far more pared back. Only on the closing cut does Moore come close to his older sound, with the rest of Steve Moore opting for a sparse blend of kosmische synths and lilting programmed beats.
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Move D
Building Bridges

The name Move D is pretty much a byword for quality in the world of dance music these days. Building Bridges, the latest LP from David Moufang’s most prominent project, keeps up the brand profile with another set of elegant and sleek deep house tracks. Given that Building Bridges works so well as a whole it’s surprising to find out that some of these cuts were made two decades apart from each other. Thomas Fehlmann, Juju & Jordash and Fred P are among the guests.
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Midnight Shift x Voitax (Various Artists)
Mothership

Midnight Shift and Voitax team up for a fabulous triple pack pairing together thirty artists for fifteen tracks. The curation represents the cream of the international techno/electro/house/electronic underground. Killer tracks result from some unlikely collaborations featuring: Hodge + Nico, Invia + Masha Motive, Arad + Rory St John, Cyan85 + Paco Pack, Jamal Moss + KiNK, Sorcery + Xhin, BSL + Simo Cell, Paàl + Umwelt, Kyoka + Sorcery, Esker + Swarm Intelligence, Brenecki + Kamikaze Space Programme, L/F/D/M + Veronica Maximova, Cressida + Makaton, Don’t DJ + Harmonious Thelonious, Florian Kupfer + Innsyter.
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Aphex Twin
Peel Session 2

Despite being 30 years olds now, Warp Records still very much find themselves on the forefront of music. Following their celebratory 30 hour radio broadcast the label are releasing ten radio sessions recorded by some of their most iconic artists. 'Peel Sessions 2' was first recorded in 1992 by one Aphex Twin. Presented in a highly collectable sleeve.

Barker
Utility

Pitched somewhere between IDM and straight house music, Utility is the debut solo album from producer Sam Barker, following up on his well-received EP Debiasing last year. The record spans nine tracks of inner-space travel, beginning as psychedelic thumbnail sketches and thrashed out into electronic epics. 

Thomas Köner
Motus

Not seen the name Mille Plateaux bandied about much of late (or am I not paying enough attention?). The latest album from Thomas Koner appears on the legendary imprint and as you may suspect is a collection of splintered and near undanceable electronic music. Koner experiments in producing music free of rhythm and timing and wonders aloud whether anyone could ever dance to this. 

Sandoz
s/t

Richard H. Kirk is most famous for being a member of Sheffield industrialists Cabaret Voltaire. He also struck out on his own in 1992 under the name Sandoz, a name taken from the lab that developed LSD in the ‘30s. He has released 12 albums under that name to date. Second Circle have been sifting through his archive and found four tracks that were originally released in the early days of his solo career and made one stunner of an EP.
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Leon Vynehall
Rojus (Designed To Dance)

Leon Vynehall unveils a rich and varied collection of house cuts. On Rojus (Designed to Dance) the producer’s lush, spacious deep house is in full effect. Vynehall uses jazzy samples and soulful vocals to create a unique, organic dance music, and this double EP contains two 12” of the good stuff.

Yuri Urano
Autline

Yet more club goodness from Central Processing Unit (BMX Krew, Paul Blackford) here. Yuri Urano’s style is a little more rough-and-ready than the buoyant electro fare the Sheffield label has become known for. Autline’s title track, for instance, is a clanging techno number that recalls Peder Mannerfelt’s ‘Equality Now’. Meanwhile ‘Pec’ is acid of a stronger strain than we usually find on a CPU drop.
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Minos
Sorry I'm Late

Sorry I’m Late is the first EP on Don’t Be Afraid by Minos. The Irish producer has disparate influences including Jeff Mills, Slayer, Downwards and Drexciya. Over the six tracks expect a mix of IDM, Techno and metal. There’s also a remix of Brown Sauce by legendary Detroit producer and DJ Claude Young Jr.
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  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

Timeline
The Conscious Dream EP

Here’s a genre of music that we have referred to as both techjazz and hi-tech jazz in the past. It is a fusion of two American institutions in Detroit techno and Jazz. On both of these occasions we were talking about music by the Joel Dixon-led Timeline. Their latest EP is called The Conscious Dream. On Underground Resistance.
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Shadow Child & Mark Archer present MASC
Return Of The MASC

Top notch EP from Shadow Child and Mark Archer present MASC here. Return of the MASC, on side A, is a slug to the guts that will have you reminiscing for those days in the ‘90s with Dan Bell and DJ Hyperactive blasting out. On the flip there’s a real mish-mash of genres going on with a Dance System remix of Eye Feel and some ‘80s electro and freestyle vibes with closing track WKP. On Super Rhythm Trax.
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Various
Bubble Chamber

Bubble Chamber is a compilation showcasing the influence Detroit electro duo Drexciya had on music and finds connection between them and early ‘80s producers and DJs. Taking tracks from 1982 all the way up to 2019. Features tracks from DJ Dijital, Plant43, The Exaltics, Kuldaboli, Iko, Tom Ware, Kuldaboli, Luz1e, Sansibar and more plus booklet linking the album with the Bubble Chamber exhibition is Zurich.
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HAAi
Systems Up, Windows Down

After regular Radio 1 slots and festival-slaying DJ sets, new Mute signing Teneil Throssell - known better as Australian-born producer HAAi - presents her first EP for the label. Systems Up, Windows Down is a step up in production terms from her self-released mixes, with every element of her psychedelic, melodious music sharpened up. 

Millsart
Every Dog Has Its Day Vol. 5

Jeff Mills is a legendary producer and DJ from Detroit known, among other things, for forming Underground Resistance with Mike Banks and Robert Hood. Here, under the name Millsart, he continues his long-running series of techno/jazz EPs with Every Dog Has Its Day Vol. 5. Released on his own label, Axis.
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Sunil Sharpe
Etaci

Welcome to 'Etaci' - the high-octane and pulsating debut EP of Irish knob-fiddler Sunil Sharpe. There's no room for respite on this sizzling mashup of techno bangers. Crispy high hats, squelching synths and hectic samples are amalgamated in Sharpe's formula to create a dancefloor-ready concoction of lo-fi and raw beats.
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DJ Rashad
Double Cup

I often think about what DJ Rashad might have accomplished had he lived longer than thirty-four years. What directions he may have pushed music in, what aesthetics he would have pioneered. What classics we'd be dancing to now. It’s a world I would have liked to have lived in. The Chicago footwork pioneer made so, so much brilliant music in his too-short life, and his 2013 debut studio LP ‘Double Cup’ is an absolute tour-de-force. It’s one of those records which simultaneously crystallises the sound of a genre in the public mind and also pushes it forward - in this case by bringing jungle, jazz and UK bass influences into the mix here. ‘Double Cup’ is also a celebration of the tight-knit Teklife scene Rashad came up in, with fellow DJs Spinn, Taso, Earl, Manny and Phil all contributing (as well as Addison Groove).

Plant43
Three Dimensions

Central Processing Unit OG Plant43 brings forth Three Dimensions, a new LP for the Sheffield label. Three Dimensions is full of the sort of busy, twittering electro jams that CPU has built its empire on over the past few years. The likes of ‘Disrupt And Disobey’ and ‘Orange Neon Display’ find a sweet spot between Rephlex and Underground Resistance.

Various
Air Texture Vol. VII - Selected by Rrose and Silent Servant

For Air Texture Vol. VII, Rrose and Silent Servant choose some previously unreleased and exclusive tracks from the musical underground. Among the 26 artists showing their wares are Luke Slater, Laurel Halo, Ron Morelli, Not Waving and Anthony Child. Not to be overshadowed, Rrose teams up with James Fei and Silent Servant goes it alone to contribute tracks.

Matt Anniss
Join The Future: Bleep Techno & the Birth of British Bass Music

Lovingly and knowledgeably penned by dance music expert and journalist Matt Anniss, Join The Future tells the fascinating story of the evolution of ‘bleep’ techno, a sub-genre of British dance that originated in Yorkshire (and particularly with Sheffield’s Warp Records) in the early Nineties during a particularly fertile period of creativity for the wider scene, and which evolved to become one of the most beloved styles in electronica. Features interviews with artists, producers, label owners and DJs as well as first-hand accounts of critical moments and raves. 

James Ruskin
Consumer Patterns

After a year that saw James Ruskin get some glowing reviews from the likes of Resident Advisor and Groove for an excellent solo EP, reissuing his Point 2 LP and showing off his exceptional DJing ability to the world’s farthest flung corners, his painstaking work and effort continues with Consumer Patterns as he brings sound design and experimentation to the world of tempestuous techno.
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Move D + Benjamin Brunn
Let's Call It A Day

First time on vinyl double LP pressing of this album from German artists Move D + Benjamin Brunn. Originally released on CD in 2006 it still sounds way ahead of its time tapping into the lo-fi Ambient house haze that would start to emerge a decade later. Deeply blurred rave and long loops that drift on for an immersive 76 minutes. 

Swarm Intelligence
Ultraware

Swarm Intelligence aka Simon Hayes, returns with his first new EP since last year’s well-regarded Against The Dying Light LP. Ultraware reworks the classic rave sound, over four tracks, via electro, big beat, jungle and acid, further honing his craft, constantly searching for a new sound. 12" EP on Voitax.
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Adam X
Acid Archives 92-94

L.I.E.S. delve into the ferocious warehouse acid archives of Brooklyn techno warrior and Sonic Groove label/store honcho Adam X. Frankie Bones' brother has lived and breathed techno since the dawn of time - back in the day he was pushing his 303 to the limit with storming tracks alongside Heather Heart on Dave Clarke's Magnetic North label, creating caustic mayhem with Jimmy Crash as X-Crash on Direct Drive, Peacefrog and Drop Bass Network to name a few. Adam has since released on Sativae, Neil Landstrumm's Scandanavia, Prologue and so on. This compilation is a taste of how he did things back in the day - intense, acid pandemonium created between spraying graffiti and working at NYC's legendary record store.
  • Vinyl Double LP (LIES152)
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  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

CP/BW
Untitled

The initials could tell you that this is a collaboration between CP (Corporate Park aka Shane English) and BW (Beau Wanzer). This is their second full length collaborative LP and contains all sorts of tracks that they made over the last five years. They describe what they do as twisted American Electronics and they enjoyed the results so much they've self released on limited vinyl for you to enjoy. 

D.I.E.
Move Yo Body

An elusive, underground dance act that fits in perfectly with Detroit’s long history of elusive, underground dance acts, Move Yo Body is a five-track 12” EP collecting five crowd favourite tracks from Detroit In Effect (a.k.a. D.I.E.) and released for re-issue on the Clone West Coast Series. 

Lucy
Reworks

Lucy is Stroboscopic Artefacts label boss Luca Moratello. He has taken four tracks previously released on his label, four tracks that have some significant meaning to him, and remixed them for Reworks. The artists that have had such a big impact on Luca are Donato Dozzy, Caterina Barbieri, Lucy & Klock and Xhin. 
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  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

Phase Fatale
Scanning Backwards

The second full length from Phase Fatale comes via Ostgut Ton. Phase Fatale is Berlin-based American DJ and producer Hayden Payne. He is known for his innovative take on techno, which brings elements of industrial electronics to the party, and his sound design. Scanning Backwards is the follow up to 2017’s Redeemer, which was released on Hospital Productions.

B12
Electro-Soma

Warp Records luminaries B12 announce the first reissue of their 1993 album Electro-Soma all remastered in a gatefold sleeve with an essay on B12, photos and more souvenirs. Alongside Aphex Twin, The Black Dog, and Autechre, B12 were pioneers of IDM and techno and Electro-Soma was the first compilation of their early recordings.
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  • B12

Destiny71z
EP2: Dimdraft

A delight for fans of the new wave of intelligent dance music, EP2: Dimdraft is a four-track release from multi-instrumentalist and producer Mathew Kirkis, recording under the name Destiny71z and fresh off the back of a support slot for Floating Points. Unshackled from the conventions of the genre, it blends house, techno and 2-step into something thrilling. 

The Black Dog
Black Daisy Wheel

Beloved electro-grumps The Black Dog are back with a pair of distinct albums on the theme of dismal, hysterical post-truth media society. Black Daisy Wheel tackles its dystopian theme in a subdued, ambient style, with uneasy textures and characteristically gloomy synths drifting about. Occasional beats find their way in, such as on the dubby ‘We Must Repeat’. There are also moments of total, aching beauty, such as the climax of ‘Cognitive Dissident’.

Nathan Micay
Blue Spring

After a couple of EPs for Whities and ESP Institute back in 2018, Nathan Micay (formerly Bwana) comes through with his debut LP. Blue Spring is a record of melodic and forceful club fare that hits the sweet-spot between techno, hardcore, jungle, trance etc. The hybridised sound of tracks like 'The Party We Could Have' recalls Future Sound Of London and Special Request.

Suburban Knight
Nocturbulous Behaviour

Another classic Underground Resistance platter re-issued on 12" vinyl. Three tracks of superb warehouse-friendly techno catapulted along by squishy acidy basslines, a thumping kick and heaps of atmosphere. The title track nails it  - a menacing and moody thing that sounds like a classic on first listen. Imagine hearing this in 1992  - some of you were there but for those who weren't buy and listen to how it has shaped the later techno landscape. 
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J M S Khosah & Brassfoot
NCA SIN

The latest in a long series of limited edition cassettes from NCA Tapes imprint, NCA Sin again sees J M S Khosah, the Japanese producer who established the label, gracing ‘Side J’ of the tape and Brassfoot, his long-term collaborator and business partner, on the reverse ‘Side B’. 
  • Tape (NCASIN)
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  • NCA

Giant Swan
55 Year Old Daughter (Extended Mix)

I find the idea of a Giant Swan lurching towards me rather scary. However, if you like your dance tracks (trax?) to be banging then look no further than their new full-on assault, and the wonderfully named, 55 Year-Old Daughter. Here we have the extended mix, which is essential wax for any record box. Their first new music since last years’ eponymous debut album and support slots with IDLES.
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SK U KNO (Suzanne Kraft)
NUMERO U KNO

Absolutely killer three-track from Suzanne Kraft’s SK U KNO alter-ego here. NUMERO U KNO kicks off with the barnstorming ‘Shopbeat’, a track that sounds like a first-wave grime instrumental cross-bred with something by Special Request. Expect the thing to tear the roof off the club when it gets dropped. RAMZi drops by to help out with the wistful deep house jam ‘Founded (SK Mix)’, and NUMERO U KNO closes out with the humid, D Tiffany-style cut ‘Accelerate Me Wildly (Middlesex Edit)’. Wicked.
  • Vinyl 12" (RHD-036U KNO2)
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Minimal Violence
InDreams

Massive techno with ridiculous arena synths and squares riding the bass lines. Pretty old school sound that also approaches perhaps even the hardstyle flavor from Minimal Violence. The duo, consisting of Vancouver local heroes Ashlee Luk and Lida P, covers just about every base of the heavy techno spectrum on their debut album InDreams.
  • Genre(s):
  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

Epsilove
Psychic Venom

Epsilove (aka Isabelle Maitre) is the dreamy-yet-dancey Parisian project on Dutch electro label Dekmantel. Maitre's debut EP 'Psychic Venom' merges a host of heaving 808s with sliding synths and reverb-rammed vocals. It's all in all a throbbing mix of underground boomers, tinged with an ambient quality.
  • Vinyl 12" (DKMNTL 071)
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  • Last copy

Pavilion (aka Flørist)
Optimist

Canadian-born,producer and DJ Logan Sturrock was a big noise on the Vancouver house and techno scene and the man behind Flørist. Now based in Germany, he’s taken on a new moniker for a new project, Pavillion. Optimist is his new 12”, released on his own label also called Pavillion.
  • Vinyl 12" (P12_01)
  • £9.99 £8.49 (saving: £1.50)
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Blawan
Many Many Pings

South Yorkshire producer Jamie Roberts, better known as Blawan and responsible for last year’s album Wet Will Always Dry and a host of EPs and singles throughout the 2010s, returns with another collection on Ternesc. Many Many Pings is led by its title track, and contains three more originals. 
  • Vinyl 12" (TESC006)
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  • Last copy
  • Genre(s):
  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

Recondite
Dwell

Returning to the Ghostly International label, Recondite (aka Lorenz Brunner) presents 'Dwell' - a gliding slice of atmospheric techno soundscapes. As the German pioneer's sixth album, the weathered producer uses all his experience to create a coherent piece which retains his typical sense of boldness and originality.
  • Vinyl Double LP (GI344LPC1)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

Quadrant
Infinition


  • Vinyl 12" (BCQD)
  • £8.99 £7.49 (saving: £1.50)
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  • Last copy
  • Genre(s):
  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

Neil Landstrumm
Sun Universe

Neil Landstrumm first appeared on Cocoon with the track, Flesh In A Prison, his contribution to Cocoon’s compilation album S. The electronic veteran has recorded for Planet Mu, Tresor Records and Peacefrog Records in his time, but for now he's staying with Cocoon for a three-track EP, Sun Universe. It takes us back to the time in the ‘90s when speed garage was becoming the result of blending rave, jungle and house.
  • Vinyl 12" (COR12167)
  • £10.99 £9.34 (saving: £1.65)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Last copy
  • Genre(s):
  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

Richard Fearless
Deep Rave Memory

Better known to many fans as one half of Death In Vegas and also as Black Acid, British producer Richard Fearless delivers his first solo album. An accomplished and timeless-sounding double-LP, Deep Rave Memory was recorded at his studio in the Chilterns and spans apocalyptic dub rumbles, retro-futuristic house and gothic overtones reminiscent of DIV themselves. 
  • Vinyl Double LP (DRONE020)
  • Limited edition
  • Indies-only
  • Genre(s):
  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

The Field
Looping State Of Mind

Who is the best person at loops? It could be argued that The Field's Axel Willner is up there at the top end of the chart. Looping State Of Mind is his third album and one of his best. Again it is a series of sublime blissed-out techno tracks which circle round and round like a bird looking for its prey as you slowly wallow in his bathtub of luxurious sounds. This (currently) comes at a nice price so no excuses... buy now - ask questions later. 

Stellar OM Source
I See Through You

After a short hiatus, Christelle Gualdi reignites her Stellar OM Source project for Dekmantel on this new four-track 12” EP. I See Through You is like four years haven’t passed at all, picking up exactly where she left off with clear, hip-hop-inspired productions and retro rave aesthetics coursing through the EP’s veins. 

Ekman
A Pastime for Semi Gods

Opening with a beat-less backdrop of relentless and gliding electronic noise, 'A Pastime for Semi Gods' is Ekman's latest delve into off-kilter underground dance. The release soon gets going after two minutes, hyper hi-hats and glugging bass synths driving the piece into something more acidic. A great pastime for Gods, Semi-Gods and nobodies alike.

Legowelt
Disco Rout Remixes

Legowelt’s 2002 electro jam ‘Disco Rout’ gets sliced and diced by a trio of remixers. Tuff City Kids, Catz ‘N Dogz and Younger Rebinds all step up to the plate. The chugging thump of the original, which is also included here, lends itself well to being edited rather than completely reshaped. As such, these new entries come in varying shades of techno and stay pretty faithful to the source material. Apparently Younger Rebinds has already done a remix of ‘Disco Rout’, but either way it’s a new version that features on the Disco Rout Remixes EP.
  • Genre(s):
  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

Rhythim Is Rhythim / Derrick May / Mayday
Innovator – Soundtrack For The Tenth Planet

Originally released in 1991, Network Records delivers a double-vinyl re-issue of Derrick May’s seminal Innovator collection, dubbed with the additional title Soundtrack For The Tenth Planet. This collection includes the acid house-pioneering ‘Strings of Life’ (released under the name Rhythim Is Rhythim) and a full 13-minute version of ‘Hand In Hand’. 
  • Genre(s):
  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

Steven Rutter
Light From The Dark EP

Not only was UK techno pioneer Steven Rutter there at the beginning of the scene, he was also one half of B12 who released their records through Warp. He also set up his own label,  Firestone Records in 2016. Light From The Dark EP is a 7” on Exhalt Records with each side setting a different mood, similar to his recent 12” Science and Neurosis.
  • Vinyl 7" (EXALT009)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
  • Last copy

Liam Robertson
Village Of Killin

Redstone Press releases a solo 12” EP by Clouds member Liam Robertson, who presents a ruminative and often dark four-track collection. Village of Killin casts its soundscapes in an array of techno, IDM and bass, and has a curious sense of time and place like much of Robertson’s work alongside bandmate Calum Macleod. 
  • Vinyl 12" (RED003)
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  • Last copy

Jeff Mills
The Director's Cut Chapter 6

Chapter 6 of Jeff Mills The Director's Cut series sees three further tracks get issued from the legendary producer's archives. There are two different versions of The Bells - the original version (remastered) and a version with Montpellier Philharmonic Orchestra plus you get a completely unreleased track in The Homosapien Sapiens. You'll want this, right? 
  • Genre(s):
  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

Nexus 21
The Rhythm of Life

30th anniversary reissue for the classic The Rhythm Of Life by Nexus 21 originally released in 1989. Despite going on to make some legendary 12” EPs, this was the electronic duo’s only full-length album. It was originally released on Blue Chip before Network snapped them up. The album is heavily influenced by the sound of Detroit techno with additional elements of breakbeat, acid house and techno. Classic early UK house/techno from Chris Peat and Mark Archer - best known as legendary rave tag team Altern 8. Originally issued as a single LP, this new edition has been remastered and spread across two slabs of vinyl.

No Spiritual Surrender
Yo Prefiero

JC Cabrera and Kastil reactivate their No Spiritual Surrender collaboration for their latest EP, a five-track effort on 12” vinyl for the L.I.E.S. label. Yo Prefiero offers straightforward techno on its A-side, in keeping with the kind of things you’d expect from the pair by now, while the flip side ups the tempo and explores texture and rhythm much more. 
  • Vinyl 12" (LIES146)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Limited edition
  • Last copy
  • Genre(s):
  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

Flørist
4 Letter Word

Canadian artist Flørist (aka Logan Sturrock) has just moved to... go on guess where.... Berlin ....joining the entirety of the electronic music community but also upping sticks from his homeland. To celebrate, he's grown a moustache and prepped his first-ever release on The Trilogy Tapes. What we have are four slabs of dark, dangerous, dubby and dreamy underground techno/house with some seriously percussive beats and gently sizzling f/x.
  • Genre(s):
  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

Sandwell District
Fabric 69: Sandwell District

All the best from the Sandwell District imprint on one long cheap as chips mix CD. Contains all the greats Function, VCMG (Vince Clarke/Martin Gore of Depeche Mode etc), Raime, Ike Yard, Rrose, Carl Craig, Surgeon, Factory Floor, Laurent Garnier. The list goes on. But what you do get is an incredible collection of techno, darkwave and electronica from some of the best in the biz.  

Space Dimension Controller
Love Beyond The Intersect

Picking up the narrative of the character ‘Mr. 8040’ established on previous album Welcome To Mikrosector-50, Belfast-born cosmic house artist Space Dimension Controller releases his second record on R&S titled Love Beyond The Intersect, telling of the character’s adventures after crash-landing on an alien planet. 

Timeline
Forever Forward EP

Underground Resistance descendents Timeline play a blend of Detroit techno and jazz. Some call it Hi-Tech Jazz. We have a repress of their 2016 EP for 4EVR 4WRD which, coincidentally, was set up by the band’s leader and keyboard player Jon Dixon. Whether you’re on the dancefloor or not, this is guaranteed to get you going.
  • Vinyl 12" (4EVR-001)
  • Preorder now (ships on release)

Overmono
Arla EP

If there's any XL completists out there it would be interesting to see a collection with both this and Adele in it but it's good to see that some of the funds from ol' bleater goes to something good. Brothers Tom and Ed Russell have had individual success as Truss and Tessela but had never worked together so in a heartwarming development for their parents they located to Wales to collaborate and had fun too. Certainly sounds like it  - this is energetic bouncing techtronics that can't avoid putting a smile on your face.  
  • Vinyl 12" (XLT 762P)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Last copy
  • Genre(s):
  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

DJ Nobu
DJ Nobu presents Beyond Space And Time 001

Future-forward music festival Rainbow Disco Club, held annually in Japan, presents an off-shoot record label titled Beyond Space And Time. For its 001 edition, crowd favourite DJ Nobu selects ten tracks that have meant something to him personally over the last decade or so, from the likes of Laurent Garnier and Psykick Warriors Ov Gaia to the enigmatic Burial. 
  • Vinyl Double LP (BEST001)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Last copy
  • Genre(s):
  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

Hieroglyphic Being
Black Hands Vol. 1

Hieroglyphic Being is Chicago producer and DJ Jamal Moss. He also has a bunch of other aliases and has worked with Marshall Allen and JITU Ahn-Sahm-Buhl in his time, picking up a thing or two along the way. Blacks Hands Vol. 1 mixes techno and acid in a way only he knows. Hand stamped 12" on Mathematics / +++.
  • Vinyl 12" (MATHPLUS018)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Last copy
  • Genre(s):
  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

Shed
Oderbruch

Despite not having a number after their name Shed are so much better than Shed 7. The original Shed...and best... is back with only his fifth album in what seems a lifetime of work. Rene Pawlowitz escaped the excitement of his current home of Berlin and went back to the pastoral landscapes of his native former East Germany in order to craft a lovelorn album entwining life in the sleepy backwater and the early techno music that inspired him in his youth. 
  • Genre(s):
  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

Various
20 Years of fabric

Having escaped a shutdown by the authorities in 2016, London clubbing institution Fabric celebrates its 20th anniversary with a new double compilation of specially commissioned music on their fabric and FABRICLIVE platforms. 20 Years of fabric is available in two separate 2xLP volumes - the first, fabric, contains pieces from Nina Kraviz, Sasha and Marcel Dettman, while FABRICLIVE features tracks by Groove Armada, UNKLE and Daniel Avery - or collected together on double CD with 48-page booklet. 

Leon Vynehall
I, Cavallo

Leon Vynehall has a history of expertly crafted productions spanning deep house through downtempo tunes with a slew of EPs and three long players under his belt since he first appeared in 2012. He’s released via Ninja Tune, 3024, Running Back, Royal Oak, Rush Hour etc. 'I, Cavallo' has his sound move towards the darker edges of the dancefloor - precision-engineered and optimised for playback through a big soundsystem for maximum psychedelic impact.
  • Genre(s):
  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

Container
LP

This LP by Container is called LP and is released by Spectrum Spools, but please note that it is wholly different to the previous Container LPs released by Spectrum Spools, also called LP. This new one, recorded in 2017, is of course of a barrage of powerhouse techno with rough, grainy edges: dark ecstatic club power.

F.F.O.M. (aka Marco Passarani)
New Farmland

Italian dance legend Marco Passarani returns under the mysterious F.F.O.M moniker for a 12" of laid back electronic soundscapes and funky neo-house moves.  The first of these 12"s sold out fast so move quick to get your hands on this. Four tracks of chilled balearic and Italo house and cool minimalist electro.  
  • Vinyl 12" (NRTL002)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Limited edition

Patricia
Autotomy

This lady Patricia is actually a man called Max - big reveal. As Patricia, he explores lightness and longing through hefty dancefloor numbers that proudly utilise hardware machines to achieve their floaty rhythmic intensity. Featuring collaborative artwork and B-side etching from Dutch artist Louis Reith.
  • Vinyl 12" (SHP56)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Limited edition
  • Genre(s):
  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

Stopouts / Klon Dump
Ahead Of Us / Do The Dump

Cracking split 12” here on A Colourful Storm from Stopouts AKA Andy Panayi and Rob Coleman and Klon Dump. Stopouts Ahead Of Us was originally released in 2002 on Groovepressure. The last time we heard from Klon Dump was their ambient tape on No Corner - this time they’ve got a bit of a monster-sized techno thing going on. RIYL Autechre, Dimbiman and unsurprisingly Klon Dump. Stopouts fans will probably like it too.
  • Vinyl 12" (ACOLOUR020)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Last copy

Various
X - Ten Years Of Artefacts

Luca Mortellaro (a.k.a. techno artist Lucy) marks the tenth anniversary of his Stroboscopic Artefacts imprint by releasing a 13-track, 3xLP compilation of fresh new cuts from the label’s roster. X - Ten Years of Artefacts sees the likes of Lotus Eater, Alessandro Adriani, James Ruskin and Lucy himself deliver new material, with a planned EP of remixes of the label’s catalogue coming soon. 
  • Genre(s):
  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

Floorplan
Supernatural

Detroit minimal techno pioneer Robert Hood (M-Plant) and his daughter lyric land on Aus Music with their third album of immaculately produced, fine tuned, ass shaking dancefloor heaters. Once again spreading the gospel of techno with an increasingly Chicago House rooted sound, there's plenty of anthemic sounds here that are destined to soundtrack many ecstatic moments at clubs and festivals across the planet.

FaltyDL
Flechazo

US producer and electronic musician FaltyDL AKA Drew Lustman adds to his large and impressive catalogue of 12” singles with Flechazo. It’s his first recording for Studio Barnhus. The title track is a synth-led groove whilst on the flip, New Love blends break beats and serious sub-bass for an absolute slammer.

James Ruskin
Point 2

Just short of two decades since its initial release, James Ruskin's 'Point 2' is reissued - re-energising the catchy loops and crispy drums that captured hearts back in the early naughties, with a couple of previously unreleased tracks thrown in to boot. It's a hard slab of pure techno, inspired by the minimal Detroit sound and influential in the UK underground.
  • Vinyl Double LP (TRESOR145)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Last copy
  • Genre(s):
  • Techno / Dub Techno / Experimental House

The 4th Wave
Attention Please

Short-lived techno act The 4th Wave may not have lasted for very long, but their legacy of two EPs - 1995’s Touched for Carl Craig’s label Planet E and the following year’s Attention Please for Kirk Degiorgio’s Op-Art imprint - are fondly remembered. Applied Rhythmic Technology has obtained producer Steve Paton’s approval for the re-issue of the second of these releases, mastered from the original tapes and given a bonus fourth track, ‘Lounge Music’. 
  • Vinyl 12" (ART-OA2)
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  • Last copy

Rory St John
Excommunication

Techno done properly will be immersive and full of subtle shifts in sound and mood and this is what Rory St John is aiming towards with his latest release on Voitax. The result is a subtle and introspective take on dub techno with a deep soulful sound at odds perhaps with his earlier more abrasive work. Another string to his production bow, it is full of precise touches that reveal themselves on repeated listens.