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Earthen Sea
An Act Of Love

Earthen Sea is the solo project of Jacob Long, also of the punkish outfit Mi Amo. The music he makes as Earthen Sea however is fairly different, being a form of dub techno that leans so far into ambient music that at times you can just forget about the dancefloor. Big wam sweeps...view item »

Sterile Hand (Silent Servant)
Sterile Hand

Los Angeles techno producer Juan Mendez (Sandwell District, Jealous God) aka Silent Servant delves even further into his recent foray into EBM, teaming up with Ori Ofir on vocal duties for some ice cold Electronic Body Music. The Sterile Hand sound is part homage to 80s influences but still has Mendez’s sound stamped all over it. T...view item »

Surgeon
Unreleased Tracks 1995-1996 (2014 Remaster)

Rounding off the six-volume series of Surgeon reissues that SRX have been rolling out over the course of the last few months, here is Unreleased Tracks 1995-1996. You know the drill with King Surgeon: these are firm and nasty techno bangers, all freshly remastered from the original tapes and re-cut for ...view item »

Joey Anderson
Invisible Switch

Joey Anderson is a master producer of inventive and atmospheric techno / house: on several tracks here, he takes one little sound and toys with it back and forth over sturdy 4/4 backing. Invisible Switch brings him back to Dekmantel after having previously released on Anunnaki Cartel and Tanstaafl Planets. CD or 2LP....view item »

John Beltran
Moth

A career spanning over 25 years has seen Michigan born John Beltran release ten albums, appearing on Apollo, R&S, Peacefrog, Delsin and a ton of EPs on the likes of Ubiquity, Styrax Leaves, Exceptional and recently Fourtet's Text label. For his eleventh full-length he arrives on Belgium's De:tuned label with his usual high quality, s...view item »

Mark Ernestus presents Jeri-Jeri with Mbene Diatta Seck
Xale

Wow this is wicked, I'm trying out the dub version first. He's working with some Senegalese musicians here is Mr. E and the furious polyrhythms are undercut with some real rugged organic woody sounding bass grooves, the dubbed-out snippets of vocal mantra beautifully riding the relentless hypnotic percussive groove. The original seems...view item »

Jay Daniel
School Dance EP

Remember your first School Dance? If it was anything like mine, it was a crazy balance between adolescent self-loathing and a hazy alcoholic swagger. That’s exactly what Jay Daniel captures in his new EP, with disorienting decorations circling distantly around sturdy beats that do not care for subtlety....view item »

J. Albert
Dance Slow

As much fun as various formats can be, for dancefloor tracks the ultimate desirable destination must always be vinyl: lovely DJ-friendly wax. That’s what has happened here: J. Albert released a funky-fresh cassette called Dance Slow last year, and the highest-achievers from that set have graduated to this vinyl re...view item »

Jeff Mills
Exhibitionist 2 (Part 2)

Jeff Mills is on a constant mission to involve his audience with the process of making and dance music itself. With his second Exhibitionist installment he brought us into his workflow and how he translates his improvisations from initial reaction out through his many machines. This vinyl has 4 of these improvisations f...view item »

Tin Man
Love Sex Acid

Tin Man sends out a super clear message with the track titles on this little 12”: ‘Love And Sex Acid’, ‘Falling Acid’ and ‘Let’s Do It Acid’. Basically this is all about the acidic 303 action, with rhythms that drive forwards with sensual encounters in mind. Great material, so grea...view item »

Voices From The Lake
Live at MAXXI

Editions Mego present a set of ambient techno noodlings, initially performed Live at MAXXI, part of an exhibition in Rome. Voices From The Lake is the duo of Donato Scaramuzzi and Giuseppe Tillieci, and they have an excellent melodic sensibility as well as a strong ear for texture, tone...view item »

Shadows
Particles Of Life

Ok so this is not the sometime Cliff Richard fronted guitar twangers but instead a duo of of Andrew Bowen & Dimitri Ploumpidis who also play hard techno as AnD. Here they explore freeform electronic explorations all smudgy and smeared with detritus. It's bloody ugly but that's what you are here for right?  ...view item »

SCB
Caibu

This one’s been coming. After two 2017 EPs (and next month’s Engineered Morality), Paul Rose aka Scuba aka SCB gives us the first LP from his vowel-phobic project. Anyone coming here and expecting a nice fix of jacking house will be left disappointed - SCB’s stuff is l...view item »

Karen Gwyer / Raven Cru / Dukwa / Lily
DBA024.5

This 4-track multi-artist 12” on Don’t Be Afraid is a great selection, with label favourite Lily on one end and a first ever appearance on record from Raven Kru on the other. However, the pick of the crop might just have to be ...view item »

Aux 88
Technology EP

Aux 88 originally released their Technology EP in 1993, and was only the second 12" from the Direct Beat label. The record took the 'electro bass' brand onto Detroit radio as well as see the sound mature to become embraced by mainstream clubs. It was soon a highly desirable 12" for collectors of the Elechno so...view item »

Deapmash
Global Network Connections EP

If you're a blurb writer, you get to listen to a lot of records. When you find one you like, you make a mental note that that artist might be worth keeping an eye on. If said artist keeps making good stuff, you get an inkling that they might be really, properly talented. Deapmash...view item »

Simon Haydo
The Illusion of an Alternative Choice

Simon Haydo (DEM, Studio Barnhus, Avian, Balans) gets the maximum from the minimum on this LP for Peder Mannerfelt’s label. Using a solitary Korg MS-20 as his sole construction tool, he coaxes varying shades of techno and beyond from the circuits of his semi-modular monophonic analog synthesizer. A machine as old as myself, and one he clea...view item »

In Aeternam Vale
2,3,7,8

Khemia Records are celebrating their second anniversary with this limited-edition clear vinyl release from legendary French electro pioneer In Aeternam Vale. Cinematic in scope, this record nods to everything from Stanley Kubrik, artificial intelligence and chemical disasters. As you do. Bleak, dystopian, majestic. ...view item »

The Field
Yesterday and Today

The Field i've only just recently been getting into, this man who creates what Brett hilariously terms as "emo-house". I'm unsure how to categorise his music, i'd rather not. His tunes in the past have apparently been constructed from micro edited vocal snippets and this symphonic, hypnotic brand of minimal techno and house and has a simi...view item »

Oliver Deutschmann
Lost In A Loop EP

Luke Slater’s Mote-Evolver (Planetary Assault Systems, Marcel Fengler) drops a new EP from Oliver Deutschmann...view item »

Driftmachine
Colliding Contours

Driftmachine absorb the techno-club vibes of Berlin (it's just in the air if you live there) and filter it through their abstracted sensibility. The 8 tracks of Colliding Contours are so thick and weighty that they feel like tangible physical objects, with dub-grade bass and industrial textures ruling these compositions...view item »

Dauwd
Jupiter George

‘Jupiter George’ is the third release in less than a year on ambient pop label Kompakt records by prolific disco/house champion Dauwd. The title track ‘Jupiter George’ is deeply reminiscent of the classic eighties disco sound whilst maintaining Dauwd’s fundamental originality. The charmingly named ‘Ritter Spor...view item »

cv313
Dimensional Space (LP Edition)

Detroit’s Echospace label finally unleash this thought-lost opus from cv313. Apparently literally adrift underwater in a flood, Dimensional Space was rescued and lovingly reassembled from four years worth of decrepit master tapes. Appropriately, this makes for murky and deeply meditative a...view item »

Von Grall
Infinitum

Brice Groulier AKA Von Grall is one of an impressive new bunch of talent whose releases for Semantica, Midgar, Planet Rhythm, and Modularz have shown a consistency for quality techno. The Parisian’s tunes kept popping up when the Horo label was mixing for their Grey Area releases. It was inevitable, then, that Horo would g...view item »

DiNT
Hooker Remixed

To accompany DINT’s horrid (in a good way) Hooker EP, Horo have also given us an EP of four remixes. Not to be outdone by the source material, the offerings here are all just as gory and in-your-face. Ontal and Codex Empire train their gaze on the club, while ...view item »

Arad
The Glimpse

Dara Smith, one half of Irish electronic duo, Lakker has made a solo EP under the name of Arad. The Glimpse features six tracks of synth stabs, vocoder soaked vocals and beats. Here we find yet another artist making a record decrying the state of the world today but as Aldous Huxley said, “Perhaps it&rsquo...view item »

NHK yx Koyxen
Parallel Tempo

NHK yx Koyxen, the producer with the most pronounceable name in the business, presents a new EP of his unique work. Parallel Tempo’s five tracks takes that electronic music you like so much and pulls it ap...view item »

Taraval
Streetways EP

Sometimes, its fair to say, we’re fucking useless. This 12" was filed away in the stockroom, no description or review or press release to hand. I’ve gone to Boomkat to find the info. I feel slightly dirty and had better clear my browsing data before Phil sees. Anyway it’s a new signing to Text, the label run by beats king and e...view item »

Various
The Midnight Manual

Five years into Midnight Shift’s time as a label, so it's time for a celebration. The Midnight Manual looks both forwards and back, commemorating the label’s time so far whilst also giving previews of some no-doubt k...view item »

Various
Centrifuge One: New Dance Sound Of Moscow

Kicking off a series of compilations, each themed to a particular node of global dance music, Centrifuge One takes us to the cold, brittle sound of Moscow techno. Featuring Deka, Ushi333 and Phillip Gorbachev, the material is hard, dark, and perfect for an evening spent vibratin...view item »

Ian Hicks
Changeless

Third release from the Optimo administered So Low label and Glasgow club night who's area of expertise is gloomy synth music. Ian Hicks, previously of Soft Metals, is a perfect fit for the label. His Changeless EP is exact...view item »

Phuture
We Are Phuture (Ricardo Villalobos Phutur I - IV Remixes)

Lets go back to the Phuture with this exciting double 12” reissue and remix package. As well as the original vintage 1998 acid track (remastered), we get not one but four(!) remixes from the maestro Ricardo Villalobos, fully expanding on several ideas of what to do with this killer source material. Double ...view item »

Antemeridian
Ante Meridian EP

After releases on Long Island Electrical Systems and Silent Season under her Antenes moniker, Brooklyn-based-but-Chicago-raised producer Lori Napoleon switches the name up for her debut on NYC’s The Bunker (Gunnar Haslam, Justin Cudmore). ...view item »

Image Club
Heavy Legs / Under A Hollow Moon

Well well well. Dub-pop braniacs Peaking Lights have their own label. This is in fact the fourth release on it so we shouldn't be too surprised; Heavy Legs / Under A Hollow Moon is their latest lightbulb halo moment courtesy of dancefloor runners Image Club, w...view item »

Fret
Over Depth

To say that the legendary Mick Harris (Lull, Quoit, The Weakener, Monrella, Painkiller, Napalm Death etc.) is back with a bang after Scorn takes a well deserved kip would be an understatement. Prior to 'Over Depth' there was a single Fret 12" released in 1995 on a Downwards offshoot label, and then nothing. Now he returns to the alias, full-forc...view item »

Will Long
Long Trax 2

Will Long, makes luscious ambient drone under the name Celer, but he also makes gorgeous deep house under his own name (sometimes also in collaboration with DJ Sprinkles). Here he presents his second full-length album of politically charged dancefloor cuts, Long Trax 2. This CD edition ...view item »

Villa Abo
Magnetic Moves

Villa Åbo is now vinyl-able: the 2014 debut LP of this seldom-active pet project of Jan Svensson’s has found its way into waxy waters. Svensson has been active for decades under various names and as manager of the label Börft. The Villa Åbo project is all about exquisitely-produced minimal techno. The prod...view item »

Bufiman / Betonkust & Palmbomen II / Space Dimension Controller / Lena Willikens
Dekmantel 10 Years 09

You surely know the deal by now: exquisite techno-plus label Dekmantel are celebrating their tenth year of operation, and are doing so via a series of ten monthly EP releases. As we near the end of the series, number nine presents us with exclusive tracks from producers as varied as Space Dimension Controller, Bufiman...view item »

Jayson Wynters
Industrial Espionage

Four track techno EP from Birmingham's Jayson Wynters. Wynter's techno darts and weaves, it knows when to sprint and when to take a break. Industrial Sabotage is an apt name then, it breaks up the repetition and monotony in order to aim for something higher. Released on the lovely ...view item »

Other Lands
Pattern Transform

Oh here we go, here's a colourful thing, one foot in sumptuous tropical island-house, another in quirky downbeat electronica. Richly composed and beautifully groovy, this release is hard to place but none of that really matters to be honest, the vibes are light and shimmering and categorisation can melt away....view item »

Solitary Dancer
In The Name Of The Mother

Optimo call time on their successful Optimo Trax offshoot at the thirty-third release. The EP in question, courtesy of Montreal’s Solitary Dancer, is also one of the more unusual pressings in the series. The three tracks on In The Name Of The Mother are all reverb-fugged edge...view item »

Grey Branches
Neuroclaps

Yves De Mey is Grey Branches. Landing somewhere between his Eavesdropper moniker and his own name noisy abstract experiments, his debut full length album mixes spiky and twisted metallic electronics and distorted acidic percussion. Hard techno beats with a junglists rhythm. Double LP on Inner Su...view item »

Donato Dozzy
Afterhouse 01

Rejoice, it's another 12" from Italian house + techno wildcat Donato Dozzy on what looks another of his own labels - the debut release, no less. Details are few and far between (read: non-existent), but words such as 'house', 'futuristic' and 'forward-thinking' have been banded about. Like you need telling that Dozzy will be cutting edge....view item »

Claro Intelecto
Exhilarator

His first album for quite some time, Claro Intelecto’s Exhilarator is less linear in style than previous offerings. Those who loved the calm, melodic dub of the Mancunian’s early work such as Metanarrative will still find moments here that resemble it. But these thirteen tracks make time for other r...view item »

Charlotte de Witte
Brussels EP

Charlotte de Witte squeezes in another EP just before the end of the year - that’s a tally of four for 2017 alone. Brussels EP offers up three techno productions built around hard beats, various vocal deliveries (semi-spoken on the title track, pitched-down into monster grunts on ‘Control’) and sparse synth....view item »

808 State
Gorgeous

No, this isn't on par with the greatest 808 works, but there are still complex, creative beats and soaring synths on this album. I would love to hear this stuff performed at a club. Tracks like "Plan 9" and "Nimbus" are brilliant displays of technical skill with soul. There's also an organic grind to many of the songs that, chronologically speak...view item »

Levon Vincent
NS-19

After releases on Deconstruct Music, More Music NY, Berlin based New Yorker Levon Vincent set up Novel Sound to keep up with his prolific output. NS-19 takes some cuts from his 2017 album For Paris, with that being digital only these are on wax for the first time. Two solid techno-come-house tracks perfect for ...view item »

Robert Hood
Paradygm Shift

Detroit techno legend Robert Hood has been plenty busy dropping gospel-tinged workouts as Floorplan in recent years, with Paradygm Shift being his first album since 2012. Arriving on Dutch dance music hub Dekmantel, it’s a return to the minimalistic, raw techno Hood pioneered, revealing the soul within the machines. It&rsq...view item »

Matrixxman
Sector III: Polyphony

The framework and structure of techno gets another analysis as Matrixxman unleashes his third in a series of dance floor sound studies, this one exploring polyphony. True to form, these claustrophobic tracks are of an expected quality, treading into warehouse-inspired techno and throwback Chicago house....view item »

TV.OUT
Further

When not running their Paralaxx label, Tel Aviv duo TV.OUT like nothing more than to unwind with a little bit of doom-laden techno. The three entries on Further will all sound suitably portentous when eating up the club at four in the morning. ‘Moon’ brings to mind early Legowel...view item »

John Beltran
Faux / Faux (Four Tet Remix)

Kieran Heben, known colloquially as Mr. Tet, serves up another 12" release on his TEXT imprint. This time around, he takes a sparkly underworld tune from John Beltran, "Faux". On the flip, it gets the Four Tet remix treatment, which is a colourful take on the tune's blank surface. Dream on, friends: his remix goes for over seven minutes....view item »

Plastikman
EX Club Mixes

Plastikman is a household Detroit minimal techno legend, I’m sure you don’t need telling. So what can I add about this record? One of his classics, EX, remixed by four colleagues in all different directions. Featuring Dixon, Recondite, Tales of Us and ...view item »

Yotam Avni
Perlude to Dybbuk

Beautiful productions from Tel-Aviv’s Yotam Avni, teasing refreshing new branches out of Stroboscopic Artefacts’ enormous Berlin root. The beats are heavy and chugging and the attention to detail would impress a surgeon, but Avni’s touch with flickering fragments of brass jazz or, prominently on the last track,...view item »

Alessandro Adriani
Enter The Fire

Mannequin Records founder Alessandro Adriani teams up with Stroboscopic Artefacts (Perc, Lucy and Klock) for this four-track EP. Enter The Fire is full of the kind of tense, dense dancefloor fugs that Adriani and Mannequin have become known for these pa...view item »

Kassem Mosse
Chilazon Gaiden

Chilazon Gaiden is the new EP from German producer Kassem Mosse, real name Gunnar Wendel. The double 12”, on Ominira, is informally split into two parts. According to Wendel, the first half is beats, then the tunes come in on the second half. Chilazon Gaiden gives you a dece...view item »

Diamond Version
EP

Okay, this one has been selling pretty well without the need for words so I’ll keep it brief. Mute and Raster-Noton have teamed up to release this limited EP by Diamond Version a.k.a ...view item »

Kaltès & Nene H.
Protest EP

Protest EP introduces two exciting, fresh, techno artists located in Berlin - Kaltès and Nene H. The 12” on Lakker man Eomac’s Eotrax imprint also contains remixes by LAIR and Christina Sealey - half of mighty Canadian industrial/techno duo Orphx. The intention of the music within is to whip any c...view item »

S & M Trading Co.
Metal Surface Repair

Detroit's Fit Siegel and Helsinki's DJ Sotofett hook up as S & M Trading Co. Moody acid melts the glacial atmosphere across the three mixes of 'Metal Surface Repair'. Alongside the original cut is an Acidic Mix which amps up the 303 action and a more ethereal, floating Synthetic Mix. Available on 12" on Aaron "Fit" Siegel's superb Fit S...view item »

Various / Joy Orbison
Selectors 004 - Joy Orbison

Who better to take part in Dekmantel’s Selectors compilation series than Joy Orbison? Over two LPs our man Joy presents favourite tunes from throughout his own archives and influences, sliding from jungle to techno to garage and back again, following Joy’s own logic rather than any r...view item »

Population One
Hippnotic Culture Remixed

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the release of his minimal Detroit track Rush Hour, Population One himself – AKA Terrence Dixon – has released a five-track 12-inch (via Rush Hour records), remixing tracks from his classic 1995 LP Hippnotic Culture. Dixon really amps up the energy here, reminding us why he's been...view item »

Rrose & Lucy
The Lotus Eaters II

This particular decade will probably be remembered as one where the cutting edge of techno became severely twisted. Riding the sharpest point are Rrose and Lucy, who come together on this EP to unveil a typically claustrophobic, swirling mass of dance floor disorientation. Muscular, ethereal and as sideways as y...view item »

John Tejada
Dead Start Program

More techno please John. Thanks. Mr. Tejada returns with yet more for Kompakt with Dead Start Program, which demonstrates his trance-inducing and haze-imbibed style in its totality. With a tinge of signature Tejada soul, these eleven tracks mark an unbelievable thirteenth album in a catalogue of hard-hitters....view item »

Man Power
Apologue

Behold, the power of Man! Specifically, the power of tech producer and man Geoff Kirkwood to create some music. This latest show of Man Power for Dutch DGTL Records runs from jaunty acid and tech house on the a-side to a pretty marvellous and warm closing-montage disco in ‘Get Your Hands on the Car (And Get Ready to Die)&r...view item »

Function & Vatican Shadow
Games Have Rules

Here's a collaboration between electronic big hitters Function and Vatican Shadow who have combined forces,  simultaneously stripping back each producer’s main production elements - the dancefloor-focused techno structures of Function; the experimental cassette-roots of Vatican Shadow - to create an album of dynamic electronic am...view item »

Robert Hood
Motor: Nighttime World 3

I could talk shit for hours about how much I love Robert Hood's records, about what an awesome DJ he is and how he (and let's not forget Baby Ford!) laid the foundations for true minimal techno. Now some might say that techno doesn't really suite the album format but Hood has proved that's not the case time and time again and with thi...view item »

Savvas Ysatis
Archiv #08

Tresor’s Archiv series returns with this double 12” by Greek producer Savvas Ysatis. After releasing two albums for Tresor since 1999 these four classics and two remixes have been chosen by Ysatis and Tresor themselves and remastered beautifully. This will certa...view item »

Nina Kraviz
DJ-Kicks

Premium contemporary DJ Nina Kraviz is responsible for perhaps one of the most successful entries the extensive DJ-Kicks mix series, and so the powers that be at !K7 is giving it a vinyl re-press. A deep journey through thirty finely chosen cuts, almost half ...view item »

Marcel Dettmann / Various
Fabric 77: Marcel Dettmann

Here's the latest Fabric release in a nice tin. Top techno man Marcel Dettman resides over thids compilation plucking the best current techno from his DJ bag. It incorporates unreleased material from his own MDR label, unheard remixes folks and folks like Terence Fixmer and Robert Hood, Ryan James Ford, Monobox, Normon Nodge, Joey Anderson make ...view item »

Collin Gorman Weiland
Issue No. Twenty-One

After releases on Downwards and Neverender, Collin Gorman Weiland releases this limited pressing EP on Jealous God. Issue No. Twenty-One is a caustic, noisy, and rhythmic b...view item »

Beau Wanzer
Issue No. Twenty

Given that Jealous God have dropped brutalist EPs by the likes of Broken English Club and Varg, it was perhaps only a matter of time before they called in a favour from darkwave dynamo Beau Wanzer. Issue No. Twenty is a perpetual motion machine, increasing in speed and ...view item »

Moritz von Oswald Trio
Sounding Lines

Moritz von Oswald and Max Loderbauer are pretty well established and well respected players by now, but even so, they must hardly believe their luck that they’ve managed to pull Tony Allen into their trio for this album. On Sounding Lines, Allen adds trademark rhy...view item »

Nick Klein
Lowered Flaming Coffin

Nick Klein is worried. Worried and anxious about living in New York at a time of such unstable political and social disharmony. Whilst he tries to filter it out, sometimes enough is enough and this is a war cry to intervene. Lowered Flaming Coffin begins nicely enough with shimmering cyclical tones before descending into forebod...view item »

Bal5000
Bleu Infini

Lovely sparkly good-time music from Bal5000 here, with four tracks that feel like a videogame representation of an evening dancing on a Californian beach. This is house music that comes laden with cosmic synth flourishes and italo-disco edges, ready to whip up a happy storm. Bleu Infii is out on Invisible, Inc. in a lim...view item »

Monolake
VLSI

New album from digital maestro Robert Henke under his Monolake alias. The title VLSI refers to the earliest generations of digital synthesisers, several of which were used to record this material. Some of these tracks are new versions of pieces that turned up in a recent EP series, while some are brand ...view item »

J. Wiltshire
SH003

The third release on Super Hexagon comes from J. Wiltshire, who's previously been spotted on Hypercolour and also booted off the label with a split EP alongside Alma Construct (R&S). Here we have four cuts of precision-tooled electro/techno. These tracks have been getting some hefty DJ support, including He...view item »

Vatican Shadow
Remember Your Black Day

Don't know why I grabbed the latest transmission from uber-dark noise puppy Dominick Fearn Cotton? NO! His general "furious hamster" demeanour and perpetual exploration of the darker side of life often leaves me feeling fairly bleaked out if I'm of a fragile state of mind, ie. most Autumn mornings. As it happens I'm erring on the perky '...view item »

Martin Jenkins
Dance Cave

Martyn Jenkins needs no introduction but I'm going to do so anyway as we want to sell some of these. Ok so it's the Pye Corner Audio bloke. Hopefully that's shifted a few. Normally known for his hugely sought after nostalgic synth work, this is his first foray into techno. US import so it's very pricey but a mus...view item »

Alma Construct & J. Wiltshire
SH001

Alma Construct (R&S) and J. Wiltshire (Hypercolour) split one in half for the first release on Super Hexagon. Across four cuts we get some expertly crafted, lush, dynamic and quirky Braindance flavoured electro(nica) that wouldn't have been out of place on Rephlex back in the day. pressed on 180g wax....view item »

Steve Bicknell
Awakening The Past 1

UK techno vet Steve Bicknell drops the first installment of his new ‘Awakening the Past’ series on 6Dimensions. This EP is classic outsider techno, all nervous 303s and dead-eyed drum takes. Bicknell is at his most acidic on ‘Natural Vibrations’, while ‘Conscious Awakening’ do...view item »

Donato Dozzy & Peter Van Hoesen / Deniro / Matrixxman / Talismann
Dekmantel 10 Years 08

Dekmantel continue to celebrate their tenth birthday with the eighth in their exclusive 12” series. As per usual, we have four tracks from favourite artists old and new, all of them exclusive to this release. Matrixxman, Talismann, Deniro and a collaboration between Donato Dozzy...view item »

Vatican Shadow
Rubbish Of The Floodwaters

He’s been working in this direction for a while now, but Dominick Fernow’s military-industrial-themed alias Vatican Shadow is now a certified techno project, as this new 12” is released by the Berghain kings themselves: Ostgut Ton! Rubbish Of The Floodwaters contains three broodingly i...view item »

Radiohead
TKOL RMX 1234567

Radiohead are a band you either love or hate. I guess you could call me the office fan though really nothing they've done has really grabbed me as much as Kid A and especially Amnesiac. Shifting on a few years and a coupla albums they've decided to work with some of most cutting edge elec...view item »

Palmbomen II
Memories of Cindy

Dutch analog synthesizer wizard Palmbomen II is back with another effort in his Nostalgic for Disastrous West Coast Eighties Aesthetic series. Memories of Cindy combines thumping 606 beats with haunting synthesizers and floaty pads, creating dance tracks that are both oddly retro and strangely futuristic....view item »

Jeff Mills
And Then There Was Light

Techno legend Jeff Mills is still churning out tracks at the rate of an industrial 4x4 Detroit beat, only sometimes taking a break to work on soundtracks. His latest project is the soundtrack for Tatsushi Ohmori’s love-affair thriller Let There Be Light, originally released as Hikari. We're...view item »

808 State
Don Solaris

Don Solaris draws together all corners of the electronic music world to create a gritty, cohesive sound that is a true joy to listen to. There's a good smattering of gritty drum-n-bass and industrial dance tracks in here, to be sure, but the real strength of the album lies in the vocal cuts, which are each different and molded around the individ...view item »

The Fear Ratio
Kasm01

Limited 10” on Kasm. Mark Broom and James Ruskin, are individually renowned on the techno scene, and they come together under their no frills techno moniker The Fear Ratio. Alongside their debut album on Skam in May, they are featured on Skam’s new 10” series label Kasm. Limite...view item »

Phase90
Absonia

Extremely deep business from echospace [detroit] producer Phase90, who used field recordings from Detroit’s Masonic Temple in order to imbue the record with a supernatural darkness. Absonia, which was recorded for an art installation last year, is pitch-black ambient space dub, just the way you echospace [detroit]...view item »

Physical Therapy
Time Saving Tips For DJ's Vol. 1

Four house-rooted club tracks make up this energetic EP on Exotic Dance. Starting out with a barnstorming disco edit, the EP then moves onto a charged but atmospheric piano led cut. The B side takes things into a more abstract territory with distorted, broken beats before finishing on a low key rave tip....view item »

Tobias
Eyes In The Center

Eye In The Centre is the twelve-track release from Tobias that can be described as a ‘personal philosophy and state of mind, as a mix of science, meditation and rhythm’. Although the sound cannot be pinned down, there is a sure mix of electro and experimental house. ...view item »

Final Cut
Deep Into The Cut

Those who know will recognise the significance of this reissue: Final Cut’s majestic debut album, recorded at a time when Jeff Mills was still with them, fully reissued on vinyl for the first time since the initial 1989 release. Deep Into The Cut is a major work of formative Detroit Techno, furiou...view item »

Peder Mannerfelt
The 3D Printed Songbook

Fresh from production on Fever Ray’s new album, Swedish producer and half of Roll The Dice, Peder Mannerfelt (Avian, Ultimate Hits, Numbers, Hinge F...view item »

Heap
The Brasserie Heroique Edits Part 5

A three track 12" from Heap, containing lower tempo retroactive techno with a distinct influence from the dancier end of industrial musics. As the EP progresses it becomes strangely moving at times, pretty twisted at others, with synths, mutant vocals and distant, cosmic bleeps exchanging the limelight....view item »

Ikonika
Oral Suspension

It’s a good year for Ikonika fans: as well as the full-length LP Distractions that we all enjoyed earlier this year, we also now have new track Oral Suspension and a remix of same by Big Strick! This track is classic Ikonika, rolling offbeat rhythms propping up glassy syn...view item »

Jay Daniel
Broken Knowz

What's this? House's rising star Jay Daniel is releasing a full album? I'd say that he's risen to new heights, but his house is deep. Deep down low in smoky basements. The smoke has been upped on this one, with an emphasis on jazzier vibes that stray pretty far from the dangerous lounge territory, retaining natural drum sounds, rhodes-esque...view item »

Lone
Levitate

Lone again, naturally. Matt Cutler's been doing this music thing for quite a while now -- 'Levitate', his sixth album under this moniker, gets an upgrade in tempo, revelling in ecstatic breakbeats and a love of jungle. It's a switch up from the arguably chiller music he's been making of late....view item »

Romare
Projections

Romare absorbs the landscape of the ill-defined "dance music" world of the last however many years, landing on Ninja Tune to deliever Projections, a record that's joyous and urgent in sound, moving with the seamlessness of a Since I Left You or an Endtroducing. Lots of musical ...view item »

Call Super
Suzi Ecto

Call Super is Joe Seaton, a Berlin-based house and techno newbie about to release his anticipated debut record 'Suzi Ecto' for Houndstooth Records, an in-house of Fabric (pretty sure we're all familiar with that one, right?) where his EPs have been appearing. Seaton and Houndstooth have warned that 'Suzi Ecto' is gonna b...view item »

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