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Carlota - The Bow
The Bow
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Trip)
10,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After contributions to 2019's 'locus error' and 2018's 'happy new year! we wish you happiness!' Carlota presents her debut EP on trip. On 'the bow' EP Carlota exposes the subtleties of emotion, memory and time through various aural explorations.
CiM - Series Two
Series Two
12" | 1999 | EU | Reissue (Delsin)
10,99 €*
Release:1999 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Essential CiM (aka Simon Walley) classic, originally released on Headspace Recordings in 1999. Now re-mastered and re-cut on Delsin Records. Crispy and soulful idm-techno in line with CiM's Delsin debut Service Pack released later that year.
Exaltics, The & Heinrich Mueller - Dimensional Shifting
Exaltics, The & Heinrich Mueller
Dimensional Shifting
2LP | 2020 | EU | Original (Solar One Music)
24,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The Exaltics & Heinrich Mueller - Dimensional Shifting - Solar One Music Four years after their almighty collaboration on "Project Sts-31 (Hubble Telescope Series Vol.3)", Solar One Music's cofounder Robert Witschakowski and half of Dopplereffekt duo Gerald Donald return with another cosmic album of their instantly recognizable trademark. Featuring ten detailed and luminous cuts of beautifully crafted emotional music, with deep narrative over tough machine groove, the opus takes you on a moody trip across craggy soundscapes made of abrasive tones, crossing the red line between tight-strapped melodic waves, subaquatic underground electro, and intricate structures. Expect nothing but stripped down layers mixed with chunky synthetic bass lines and stellar melodies over pounding 808 drums on this future classic tinted with nostalgia. Built as a journey through unknown territories, much anticipating "Dimensional Shifting" oscillates between moments of bravery on the dancefloor and moody sequences, keeping intact the aesthetic signature of the Jena-based electro emissary and the legend from Detroit. Album comes in gatefold cover and with download code.
Free The Robots - Datu
Free The Robots
LP | 2020 | US | Original (Astral Travels)
25,99 €*
Release:2020 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Rock / Indie, Electronic / Dance
Preorder available from 04.09.2020
“‘Datu’ is the name given to the ruling head of a clan or tribe during ancient, pre-colonial times of the Philippines. Colonization, cultural amnesia, and the reshaping of Philippine culture throughout generations have me and countless others almost completely disconnected from our roots. With no knowledge of what stories exist in the physical reality of my bloodline, the concept behind this album is my way of reconnecting with my ancestry in the spiritual realm of the creative flow state.” — Free The Robots
Jura Soundsystem - With You EP
Jura Soundsystem
With You EP
LP | 2020 | EU | Original (Temples Of Jura)
15,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Following last year’s ‘Monster Skies’ comes another 6 track mini-lp of original works from label head Jura Soundsystem. Once again the EP aims to bring together the melting pot of influences that also inspire the label, Dub, Ambient House, Leftfield Disco and Balearica. The EP was made with the Roland classics, the Juno 106, SH101, D-05, TR 707 & 727 and includes guitar and sax work to balance the electronic sound palette. Mastering By Matt Colton.
Kate NV - Room For The Moon
Kate NV
Room For The Moon
LP | 2020 | US | Original (Rvng Int'l)
22,99 €*
Release:2020 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Preorder available from 21.08.2020
Kate NV is the project of Russia-born recording artist, songwriter, and producer Kate Shilonosova. Best known in her hometown of Moscow as the lead singer and founder of the post-punk garage band Glintshake, Kate NV is also a performer in the experimental Moscow Scratch Orchestra and releases music under an alternate alias, NV. "Room for the Moon" is Kate NV's third album and second for RVNG Intl. "Room for the Moon" was inspired by memories of 70s/80s Russian and Japanese pop music and movies. The album finds Kate NV singing in Russian, French, and English. She collaborated with musicians Jenya Gorbunov (bass guitar), Vladimir Luchanskiy (saxophone), Quinn Oulton (bass guitar, saxophone), Nami Sato (Japanese Narration), and Marco Passarani (marimba). "Music knows what she wants," says Kate NV. On "Room for the Moon", the lyrical follow up to the buoyant minimalism of 2018's "FOR", NV follows this muse in fluid expression, harmonizing her lunar lullabies with a starry compositional choreography. NV says, "I always let music express herself without pressure, and with or without voice."
Milo Spykers - Accelerator EP
Milo Spykers
Accelerator EP
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Lenske)
11,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Transparent vinyl in custom transparent sleeve. Spykers makes his third appearance on the prolific label with the glorious Accelerator EP, ahead of now post-poned sets at the acclaimed Tomorrowland and Extrema Outdoor festivals this summer.Three cuts destined to ignite the dance floor with Spyker's consistent intensity, the record is an intoxicating listen.
Nullptr - Future World
Future World
LP | 2020 | EU | Original (Central Processing Unit)
20,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Two years after debuting on Central Processing Unit with the acclaimed Aftrmth EP, Nullptr returns to the Sheffield label for the release of new full-length album Future World. Nullptr has created a set of perpetual-motion marvels here, wind-'em-up-and-watch-'em-go electro tunes in which synth lines and 808s weave dexterously in and out of one another to form these lovely interlocking patterns.
Many of the tracks on Future World are anchored by needlegun grooves in the Drexciyan mode. The album's opening number 'Arrowhead', an eerie dystopian-electro take, sets the scene in this regard, and cuts like 'Cytron' and 'Phantom Cell' also have a rugged bump to their low-end - particularly the latter, which features a deliciously nasty bassline drop about halfway in.
While busybody drum programming persists throughout the album, Nullptr's fondness for washed-out pads means that Future World also provides the listener with space for contemplation. Third track 'Sweet Luna' may be robust enough to do damage on the dancefloor, but its deep chords and relatively muted bassline also push it in the direction of 90s electronica and IDM-techno. 'Sweet Luna' opens the door for many of the subsequent numbers to balance driving beats with wistful textures, and while electro remains Future World's core style the harsh sound of machine-funk is softened throughout by these warm synth tones.
Rather than playing it safe within the genre's familiar confines, Nullptr instead uses electro as a base from which to incorporate other sounds throughout Future World. 'Wave Cannon's bleep-bloop modulars and twittering hi-hats are pure robo-funk, but the track's jumpy bassline shows off a sense of adventure derived from braindance. There is also the ghost of a breakbeat in Nullptr's snare programming here, something which lurks in the back of 'Arvanche' later in the tracklisting. Meanwhile the uptempo 'Bit Device' pushes through to the ruminative techno of Virginia's early Ostgut Ton releases.
Nullptr throws us another curveball in Future World's home straight. The album's title-track closes the record out, and it's a cut which takes us deeper than anything that's come previously. Here Nullptr both lowers the tempo and also does away with drums, leaving the listener with little more than some hanging-garden synth pads and pregnant bassline. It proves to be a hugely atmospheric coda for this delightful album.
RIYL: Jensen Interceptor, Assembler Code, The Exaltics, Drexciya
Omar S - Fuck Resident Advisor
Omar S
Fuck Resident Advisor
2LP | 2020 | US | Original (FXHE)
27,99 €*
Release:2020 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Don't believe the hype - just listen.
Panasonic - Remix EP
Remix EP
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Sähkö)
12,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Preorder available from 21.08.2020
Ben Ponton from Zoviet France and Bryn Jones aka Musimgauze sent me these Panasonic remixes in autumn 1996. After that they got buried under more busy projects for 23 years. Last year when archiving old DAT-tapes I came across with them again and asked Ilpo Väisänen and Ben Ponton wether they feel like releasing them.
They liked the idea and here we go.
Romare - Home Grey Vinyl Edition
Home Grey Vinyl Edition
2LP | 2020 | UK | Original (Ninja Tune)
25,99 €*
Release:2020 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Romare—real name Archie Fairhurst—returns with his new album “Home”, marking his 3rd on Ninja Tune and first full length album since 2016’s critically acclaimed “Love Songs: Part Two”. It follows the recently released ‘Gone / Danger’ 12”, his most direct dancefloor record to date, which Resident Advisor described as “An engrossing eight minutes of cinematic house music”.

Romare’s music has always sat comfortably in both the dancefloor world and a more relaxed environment, “Home” being no exception. With euphoric, uplifting moments on ‘Sunshine’ and ‘Heaven’ through to more meditative and melancholy moments on ‘Deliverance’. “For me, the sweet point in music is when happy and sad come together” comments Fairhurst, “when they meet in the middle, that’s what I try to create”.

The release of “Home” comes after a lifetime of being on the move for Fairhurst, he spent his childhood travelling constantly with his family as his parents moved around the world for work, before finally settling in the UK. This nomadic lifestyle would continue with his burgeoning career as a musician taking him off touring the world (playing over 150 shows in the last 2 years alone). Which brings us to “Home”, The new album marks a new chapter in Fairhust’s life with a move out of London to the countryside and starting a family, a move which has “given me peace and quiet” he comments. The new addition of his own home-built studio adds to this feeling of being content and settled, having worked from various bedroom studios in the past.
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