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Dominik Eulberg
Mannigfaltig

Keeping his devoted fans waiting eight long years for new music, Mannigfaltig is a plea to save biodiversity from the effects of mankind, by producer and ecologist Dominik Eulberg. The new collection consists of twelve tracks of richly detailed electronica, ranging from minimalist ambient mood pieces to low-key pop. 

Peggy Gou
DJ-Kicks

The latest addition to the long-running, legendary DJ-Kicks series arrives in the bijou form of Peggy Gou. From South Korea, via Berlin's Berghain to your living room. 18 tracks personally selected by Gou from her formative years and eclectic record collection. There's disco, house, electro and Aphex Twin for your listening enjoyment here. On mixed CD and unmixed double LP.

Crazy P
Age Of The Ego

Eighth studio album by British dance music legends Crazy P. Inspired by the febrile atmosphere of austerity, division, online narcissism and the nation’s general nervous breakdown, but determined to have a good time nonetheless, Age of the Ego shows why the collective is still in such high demand, even in the third decade of their existence. 

Laurel Halo
DJ-Kicks

"Laurel Halo's done a DJ Kicks" was the excited talk in the office the other day to which I considered doing that Alan Partridge shrug thing. Anyway it sounds like it could be an adventurous mix with seven exclusives, including two of her own tracks plus further exclusives from the likes of Rrose, Machinewoman, FIT Siegel, Nick León and Ikonika.

Leon Vynehall
DJ-Kicks

Leon Vynehall has taken us on a bunch of journeys through his ambient house universe. Now the beneficent and mysterious life-force called !K7, responsible for the DJ Kicks series, has invited him to put together a mixtape. The man has risen to the occasion and focused on an interesting selection rather than smooth mix, accelerating from 79 to 169 BPM over the course of 26 tracks from the likes of Tomaga, Primitive, and AFX.

Bjarki
Happy Earthday

Bjarki’s versatile electronic music always has some ambient undertones going on, even if they’re muffled by manic jungle beats or haunting techno kicks. Happy Earthday, the successor to 2016’s AE, promises a little bit of everything, -- but never without that distinct and personal atmospheric base layer.

Mount Kimbie
Mount Kimbie DJ-Kicks

Mount Kimbie fans -- particularly for their selecting and mixing skills -- rejoice, for finally have !K7 got around to giving the duo a space in their hallowed DJ-Kicks series! Featuring a plethora of goodies from the likes of Severed Heads, Object Blue, Via App and an exclusive from the boys themselves of course, the seeds of the mix were sown when they toured with Actress across a run of six dates. A whole box of drums and textures on the CD (23 tracks, mixed) or 9 tracks on 2x vinyl LP of course, should you prefer. 

Robert Hood
DJ-Kicks

The latest instalment in the ever-growing catalogue of stellar mixes in the 'DJ-Kicks' series arrives from truly a giant. It's pioneering Detroit techno legend Robert Hood of course. The Motor City's very own, and a founding member of Underground Resistance with Banks and Mills, Hood laid down a blueprint for minimal techno. His DJ-Kicks here presents a crucial, timeless snapshot of techno history: 22 tracks on a mixed CD including 4 of his own, new exclusives to this release. Also on double unmixed LP, on !K7.

Reto A Ichi (aka Prefuse 73)
The Lapse Of The Exchange / Alone Moving Often

Who is this new kid on the block? Guess again! It’s none other than Mr. Prefuse 73 himself, Guillermo Herren. Can’t refuse the Prefuse. Here we have a double-album narrative that begins in Manhattan’s Chinatown and is driven by the foulness of city life out into the peaceful sticks. Lots of intricate, Prefuse-esque melodies and sample-slicery to enjoy.

Midori Takada & Lafawndah
Le Renard Bleu

The first new release from Midori Takada in almost two decades! Le Renard Bleu (translation: ‘The Blue Fox’) is a single-track, twenty-minute EP that sees the Japanese composer step out alongside NYC’s Lafawndah. Takada plays tuned percussion and also employs waterphones, Japanese strings and various drums in her composition. Meanwhile Lafawndah offers vocals that appear to draw strength from both Western and Eastern opera. It’s potent stuff.

Carl Craig
Carl Craig Sessions

Carl Craig is a phenomenal Motor City DJ-producer with an impressive back catalogue; Sessions is a timely reminder. There are early Paperclip People tracks and masterful, classic remixes for Junior Boys, Delia Gonzalez & Gavin Russom, Rhythm & Sound and Beanfield. A classily danceable collection and a beautiful retrospective on triple LP, re-pressed by those nice peeps at !K7.

Kruder & Dorfmeister
The K&D Sessions

On its first release in the late 90s, this epic downbeat journey was ranked alongside Carboot Soul and Entroducing as an eternal late night classic. Now almost twenty years later its legend lives on. The numerous collaborations and session tracks still sound deep and wonderful, and are come on a vast and satisfying five LPs. Dig in.

Forest Swords
DJ-Kicks

Matthew “Forest Swords” Barnes gets The Invitation from the !K7 crowd, a sure measure of success. The selections for his mix prove eclectic and certainly more interested in portraying a range of great music than a seamless, segued mix experience. You’ve got Kara-Lis Coverdale, David Toop, Pantha Du Prince, Mira Calix, the London Bulgarian Choir performing the famous ‘Pilentse Pee’ and Vashti Bunyan’s splendid ‘Here Before’... you get the idea.

Tosca
Boom Boom Boom (The Going Going Going Remixes)

The Austrian downtempo duo Tosca released their tenth full length Going Going Going in February 2017, and now return to !K7 Records with another remix project taking hand picked producers and giving them there album source materials. With 9 widely diverse takes on the album tracks that go through funk, house and space.

Tricky
Skilled Mechanics

New tunes from the man Tricky himself! Skilled Mechanics is titled for a certain kind of CIA assassin (not, as I’d hoped, in tribute to some guys who fixed his car), a theme which suits Tricky’s brand of shuffling paranoia. As usual, he pulls in a range of vocalists to help him craft his world, including Chinese producer  Ivy 艾菲. Out on !K7.

Lone
DJ-Kicks

After seven albums and multiple releases through Werk Discs and R&S records, Lone is dropping his first ever commercial mix. Features exclusive new productions from himself as well as tracks from Drexciya(CD Only), Boards Of Canada, Radiohead, Gnork, and many more. A bright and vibrant mix that echoes his own production flares.

DJ Tennis
DJ-Kicks

DJ Tennis steps up to the plate for the latest instalment in the venerable DJ Kicks series. Tennis’s talents are so great that they’ve let him have two CDs (or three LPs for the vinyl edition) over which to work his craft, a first for a DJ Kicks release. Cuts from the likes of Biosphere, Caribou and Monolake, plus several exclusives. 2CD / 3LP on !K7.

Michael Mayer
DJ-Kicks

Michael Mayer is one of the megaminds behind the crucial Kompakt label, providing gorgeous minimal techno sounds for years now. Now he’s compiled a DJ-Kicks compilation, and it is unsurprisingly supreme. He’s got Throbbing Gristle, Jon Hopkins, Dreems and many more in the mix here, many of them present via rare remixes. CD and double LP editions (each with different tracklistings) from !K7.

Matthew Dear
DJ-Kicks

An exciting start for 2017 in the always high-class DJ Kicks series, this time with Texan subversive electronica mastermind Matthew Dear in charge. In addition to three of his own previously unreleased tracks, this mix contains songs by Simian Mobile Disco, ItaloJohnson, and Groovesh, and others, both well-known and underground.

Marcel Dettmann
DJ-Kicks

Berghain resident Marcel Dettmann contributes to the taste making mix series DJ Kicks. Showing his tamer, at home listening side delving into deep and intricate percussive pieces as well as wide textural soundscapes. Holds 6 unreleased edits and remixes including Rolando’s remix of Marcel’s ‘Let’s Do It’ and comes with download code.

Daniel Avery
DJ-Kicks

Daniel Avery’s ticket has come up, so it's time for him to submit his DJ Kicks mix. Avery is a strong believer in the narrative of a mix, so this Kicks edition is definitely designed to be listened to ‘properly’, all the way through. The tracklist includes Planetary Assault Systems, Reeko and some exclusive cuts from Avery himself.

Audion
Gut Man Cometh / Destroyer

Audion is the long-running I-Love-Techno project from Matthew Dear, and recent album Alpha was first full album released under the name in 10 whole years! To celebrate, 2 of those mighty dancefloor cuts have been extracted and remixed, one by FOLD and one by Matthew Herbert, the other electronic-music-boffin-named-Matthew. 12” on !K7.
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Audion
Alpha

Matthew Dear is a man of many aliases and many styles, from electro-pop to various experimentalisms. But as Audion, Dear is a man of the dancefloor, pushing high-powered techno that positively bursts with electro-claps and low-end thump. Alpha is the first Audion full-length in a decade. CD or double LP on !K7.

Dam Funk
DJ-Kicks

Dam Funk steps up to the wheels of steel for his contribution to the venerable DJ-Kicks series. You’d expect the man to deliver some compelling funk action, and boy does he not disappoint. Stacks of quality synthy-groove, sourced from producers big and small, and topped off with an exclusive Dam Funk cut. Different tracklistings on the CD and vinyl editions.

Moodymann
DJ-Kicks

Moodymann steps up to the plate of the famed DJ Kicks series, loaded with an eclectic set of records. The Detroit resident throws down artists like Flying Lotus, Nightmares On Wax and Marcellus Pittman, as well as 11 exclusive edits of his own tracks. 30 tracks on the CD edition, and 19 tracks on the triple-LP vinyl edition. On !K7.

Seth Troxler
DJ-Kicks

The latest installment in the DJ Kicks series sees Seth Troxler stepping up to the decks. This isn’t a peak-hour club mix, but one that can be enjoyed in multiple scenarios. Tracks from Derrick Carter, Herbert and Sun Ra to name but a few. Different tracklistings on the CD and the 2LP. Released by !K7.

Akase
Murmur

Akase is the joint work of Harry Agius (who produces as Midland) and songwriter Robbie Redway. Together, they make electro-pop with full-blown club credentials: Murmer clicks boldly into action at the start before Redway’s soulful vocals move in. The track is supported by two remixes from Ewan Pearson. 12” on !K7.
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Jabru / Will Saul & Komon
Church feat. Joel Culpepper / Two For One

The next instalment of the neat little DJ-Kicks format of putting a new original track next to a remix of same, providing instant fresh perspectives. Jabru with Joel Culpepper (plus a Zedd Bias reworking) on the A side, Will Saul & Kommon (with an Appleblim reimagining) on the B. Church / Two For One is on !K7.

Actress
DJ-Kicks

Actress is known for mixing it up in his DJ sets, unafraid to shift BPMs and genres dramatically. This mix for DJ Kicks (the 49th in the series) is his first commercially released mix, finally allowing the home listener to hear what he gets up to on the decks. Includes tracks from Autechre, Mark Fell and Shit and Shine, plus an exclusive from Actress himself.

Brandt Brauer Frick
DJ-Kicks

Techno is good, but a techno mix is better. You know this. We know this. Brandt Brauer Frick definitely know this, and their DJ Kicks mix drives the point home. With two vinyl records thumping onward, they have made it possible for you to lose yourself in smooth mixes of today’s finest techno artists.
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Close
Getting Closer


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Dave I.D.
Response


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