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New releases last eight weeks: Techno (All)

Techno (All) vinyl released in the last four weeks
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03 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: 0 03. Rel: 26 May 23
Track 1 (13:35)
Track 2 (14:14)
 in stock HK$142.26
Selador Decade Vol 1
3D & Robert Owens - "Known Love" (7:51)
Olivier Giacomotto & Quivver - "Snailblazer" (6:40)
Dave Seaman & Hernan Cattaneo - "Napkin Knowledge" (7:28)
Argia & Jepe - "Salitre" (7:38)
Review: In celebration of their tenth birthday, Selador marks the occasion in style with a four-track collaborative EP, featuring tracks from 3D, Robert Owens, Olivier Giacomotto, Quivver, Dave Seaman, Hernan Cattaneo, Argia, and Jepe. The opening track, 'Known Love', is a deep, pulasting house tune that feels like an instant classic, perhaps thanks to the soulful, pop-tinged vocals - think LCD soundsystem meets Four Tet. 'Snailblazer', the second track on the EP, takes a much darker turn, with a chugging, EBM-esque feel. Full-bodied and complete with obscured vocals, this is the kind of track to pull out your bag when it's time to really get stuck in. On the B-side, 'Napkin Knowledge' draws on the glistening synths of eurodance, yet still securing the melodies to a grounded bassline and rhythm section. 'Salitre' is the perfect closing track, rising up in a gleaming, ecstatic melody, before delicately returning to ground level. A varied yet firmly cohesive collaborative release - the perfect way for Selador to kick off their 2023 catalogue.
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 in stock HK$117.87
Dissonant (limited pink marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: AUA 005. Rel: 19 Apr 23
Dissonant I (4:38)
Dissonant II (7:27)
Dissonant III (6:51)
Dissonant IV (4:13)
Review: Adding yet another record to the pile that has so far been provided by the label A_A, the experimental dub artists behind said outfit (Satoshi Tomiie and Nao Gunji) have really outdone themselves out here. On pink splatter vinyl comes 'Dissonant', one of many EPs to have emerged from the same heads-down studio session that saw to its predecessor, 'Radiant'. Tracks 1-4 lock in a slew of impressive ear-scourings and dub-delayed experimentations, with the first and last tracks particularly blowing us away with their broken beats, which allow for more attention to be paid to every undulation, crackle and knock.
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 in stock HK$148.41
0-9 (12")
Cat: VISI 2. Rel: 19 May 23
Link 0-9
Link 1-8
 in stock HK$101.67
Extracted Soil
Extracted Soil (havyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: PARYIA 004. Rel: 21 Apr 23
Pacific Nickel (4:07)
Mineral Tresaure (4:43)
A Rubbles Lament (4:24)
Pacific Nickel (Mor Elian remix) (5:12)
 in stock HK$121.87
Obsidian Promises
Cat: SE 016. Rel: 05 May 23
Ancient Singularities (6:54)
Eternal Collapse (6:56)
Orbital Lock (5:38)
Region Approach (7:07)
External Imprint (5:47)
Unified Fields (5:37)
 in stock HK$140.31
BODYHI 03 (limited 12")
Cat: BODYHI 03. Rel: 19 Apr 23
Elemental Warfare (6:07)
Atmosphere Mk II (6:38)
Softcore Physics (6:15)
Hydra (Tiempo mix) (6:46)
Played by: SY
 in stock HK$111.82
Agua Y Fuego
Cat: BAO 088. Rel: 08 Jun 23
Agua (5:09)
Backup (4:55)
Fuego (5:48)
Complex (6:15)
 in stock HK$101.67
Midnight Ensemble: The Remixes Part 1
Cat: DREF 047. Rel: 25 May 23
Empty Floor (DJ Nobu remix) (6:36)
Perception Is Reality (Fixeer remix) (7:03)
Don't Fall Asleep (Rrose remix) (6:39)
Nightfall (Jeroen Search remix) (6:35)
 in stock HK$142.26
Acidlab 002
Acid Steve - "Working In An Acid Lab" (7:04)
Chris Liberator & Sterling Moss - "Fake Alien Invasion" (with Athar) (7:07)
"Bad Boy" Pete Vs Shnootz - "Acid Dub Tekno Lineage" (6:29)
Noise Frequency - "Lost Humanity" (5:49)
Review: AcidLab serves up more innovative findings from their hard techno research operations courtesy of an array of uncompromising talents on this new various artists release. Acid Steve kicks off with 'Working In An Acid Lab', a straight-ahead banger with bristling percussive loops and slamming drums. Chris Liberator & Sterling Moss & Athar then combine forces to fire futuristic acid techno out of a machine gun and across the dancefloor and BadBoyPete vs Shnootz's 'Tekno Sound' is amped up and urgent drum funk. Noise Frequency then shuts down with dark distortion in 'Lost Humanity.' This is only a second drop from this new young label but one that again establishes it as a vital imprint.
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 in stock HK$93.48
Change Of Direction EP
Cat: FUR 09. Rel: 05 Jun 23
Change Of Direction (6:45)
Faces Of The Moon (6:21)
Play Of Shades (7:16)
 in stock HK$128.12
Mist EP
Mist EP (12")
Cat: TL 005. Rel: 27 Apr 23
Mist (5:55)
Scatter (6:55)
Spread (5:40)
Rhetorical (5:50)
Review: Madrid-based hypnotic techno expert Alfonso Lopez, known as Aiken, has released music on some of the genre's finest imprints such as M_Rec, Semantica, and local label Non Series. His latest offering, The 'Mist' EP, comes from his own imprint, Timeline, and consists of four impressive cuts. On the A-side, the title track and 'Scatter' offer cyclical tools with an intense, strobe-like attack that pushes the listener into mental overdrive. On the flip side, 'Spread' feels influenced by Jeff Mills and 'Rhetorical' delivers yet more powerful peak-time energy.
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 in stock HK$103.72
Exhale Va004 Part 1
Airod - "Nemesis" (4:34)
Joey Risdon - "LSD Reaction" (6:35)
Vizionn - "Future Energy" (6:10)
Tigerhead - "Looking Glass" (5:00)
The Blackmailer - "The Queen Has Arrived" (5:55)
 in stock HK$115.92
Die Schonheit Des Scheiterns
Die Schonheit Des Scheiterns (marbled vinyl 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: MBBKR 02. Rel: 09 May 23
The Great Attractor (5:29)
Flucht In Den Alltag (5:36)
Die Schoenheit Des Scheiterns (5:31)
Zone Of Avoidance (6:37)
 in stock HK$119.92
The Eye Of The World EP
Cat: MELCURE 010. Rel: 26 May 23
Every (7:09)
Lia (6:26)
Bat Day (6:41)
Bring The Animals There (feat Lucretio) (5:34)
 in stock HK$117.87
Techno Mafia
Techno Mafia (eco vinyl 12")
Cat: BLDG 7001. Rel: 18 Apr 23
Techno Mafia (12:42)
Sleep Banger (13:44)
Review: Chicago-born, Sweden-based Amir Alexander (Vanguard Sound!/Anunnaki Cartel) returns with an amazing new label named Building 7. On its first release titled 'Techno Mafia', he explores 'mega hypnotic minimalism' as heard on the A-side title track, which makes for the perfect afterhours jam which to get those heads down on the dancefloor. Turn over to the other side and you've got the lean and subtle early morning dub of 'Sleep Banger', featuring some truly eerie chords underpinned by clipped yet unrelenting rhythms, which will keep the party going well into Monday morning.
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 in stock HK$124.02
Acid Fruit
Cat: ACIDNIGHT 12RP. Rel: 24 May 23
Tetrasound (5:14)
Transform (6:04)
Walking (5:56)
Fest (5:52)
 in stock HK$107.72
Alien Liaison
Alien Liaison (limited 12")
Cat: TM 015. Rel: 26 May 23
Madranga (7:53)
An Astrologically Auspicious Moment (6:37)
 in stock HK$134.17
Close Your Eyes EP
Cat: KNTXT 020. Rel: 24 May 23
Close Your Eyes (5:00)
Deep Space (5:38)
Dance For Me (5:20)
Fight For A New World (7:02)
Review: Charlotte De Witte's KNTXT label is one of new school techno's most influential and has very much helped to take techno into harder, darker, trance-tinged realms in recent times. Alignment is one of the artists who has helped with that and now serves up more blistering cuts on the Close Your Eyes EP. The title track is a monstrous opener with bright synths and serrated saw-shaped sounds cutting up the flat-footed drums. The hard techno vibes continue on 'Deep Space' and more trance energy washes over 'Dance For Me' which is decidedly 90s in vibe. 'Fight For A New World' closes down with the sort of hands-in-the-air energy of an epic festival anthem.
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 in stock HK$126.07
Deep Cover #7
Deep Cover #7 (hand-numbered 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: DEEPCOVER 7. Rel: 17 May 23
Stanton Carlisle (5:30)
Navarone Again (5:16)
Review: Amor fati is one of the core principles of stoicism - translated into English as "love of fate", or "love of one's fate" - it should therefore come as no surprise that Amor Fati's production work seems to dig deep into atmospheres while still riding on the immediate infectiousness of tech. Split over two tracks, the EP is a real giver, managing to do multiple things at once and not drop a single spinning plate. 'Stanton Carlisle', for example, nods to toy box techno and sharp micro house, all razor high hats, stepping snares, and bounding energy, using friendly noises to develop an arrangement that really doesn't let up. Over on 'Navarone Again', we're in more of a synth wave dystopia, waves of retro harmony and slightly ominous choral vocals intermixed with a sample about leaders of the universe.
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 in stock HK$150.46
Sous L'Eau
Sous L'Eau (hand-numbered marbled vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: AMAS 003. Rel: 17 Apr 23
Particule I (7:16)
Particule II (7:22)
Particule II (AMAS remix) (8:04)
Particule II (Estrato Aurora remix) (7:57)
 in stock HK$182.95
Cat: SEMANTICA 143. Rel: 11 Apr 23
Fugacity (2:16)
Diorama (5:38)
Natura (7:43)
Delta (6:33)
Natant (3:31)
Floodplain (6:20)
Review: We have long been fans of the specific sort of techno that Spanish label Semantica deals in. It is always artful and superbly well-designed and this new Artefaklt record totally fits in with that vibe. It finds Dutch pair Robin Koek and Nick Lapien layering up hypnotic drones and linear deep techno drums to perfectly escapist and heady effect on 'Diorama', while intricate sound designs add the sort of details to 'Natura' that make this miscue as suited to home listening on headphones as losing it in a club. 'Natant' is another undulating mix of electronica, ambient and techno that casts your mind free. 'Floodplain' is a heavenly closer.
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 in stock HK$128.12
Pulse 02
Pulse 02 (coloured vinyl 12"+ MP3 download code limited to 200 copies (comes in different coloured vinyl, we cannot guarantee which one you will receive))
Cat: PITPPULSE 02. Rel: 24 May 23
ASC - "Tidal Disruption Event" (11:33)
Joachim Spieth - "Subtle" (7:38)
Joachim Spieth - "Subtle" (Nitechord remix) (4:45)
Review: Past Inside the Present's 'Pulse' series is an investigation into ambient tech and beat-driven ambient sounds. Who better for the job on this second edition than master craftsmen ASC and Joachim Spieth? ASC opens up with 'Tidal Disruption Event', an understated, underwater rhythm with jittery percussive patterns and bright shards of melodic light piercing through the mix as more coarse soundwaves break over the top. Spieth's 'Subtle' is just as artful and delicate a mix of persuasive rhythm and melodic beauty. A classy Nitechord remix closes out this fascinating EP.
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 in stock HK$150.46
Your Decisions Come From Fear
Crossing The Rubicon (6:35)
Your Decisions Come From Fear (5:49)
Our Light In Momentary Troubles (5:58)
Bleep Test (Tool mix) (5:45)
Review: The seemingly ever-present underground stalwart that is Ellen Allien's Bpitch Control welcomes Berlin-based artist ASEC for a new EP that is inspired by "the indecision, the fear and the finality of making difficult choices. Heavy stuff for sure, and opener 'Crossing The Rubicon' sure is a dark and moody piece but also utterly danceable. The title track has a blunt, powerful kick and whirring machine percussion then 'Our Light In Momentary Troubles' gets a little more dubby, with fat bass and chunky drums. Last of all is 'Bleep Test (Tool Mix)' which is a brain-boggling and loopy techno cut with fizzing synth textures.
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 in stock HK$93.48
Chains Nr 1
Chains Nr 1 (180 gram translucent marbled vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: IAL 002. Rel: 04 May 23
Chains Nr 1 (7:42)
Chains Nr 1 (Federsen remix) (7:07)
Review: The second release on the appropriately titled Introspection Audio out of Switzerland comes from debutant Audiochain, who steps out in rather impressive fashion on the glacial and cavernous dub techno journey that is 'Chains Nr 1'. For the appropriate recontextualisation over on the flip, the label has tapped none other than shadowy Bay Area dub techno engineer Federsen who lends his Midas touch, to typically chilling effect.
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 in stock HK$109.77
Dialectic (12")
Cat: FRS 019. Rel: 24 May 23
Sidewinder (7:41)
Didgeradont (6:18)
File003 (7:48)
Wakeword (6:50)
Review: Mike McClure is the Minneapolis rave pioneer known as Autokinetic and he has been a key part of the live electronic since its earliest days. He has a cultured sound that saw him come up next to the likes of Freddy Fresh and DVS1 and now he satin on his own. His potent take on echo is laid bare here with 'Sidewinder' a real head twister with rubbery bass twisting and turning beneath full-fat drums. 'Didgeradont' has a melody that sounds as if made by an indigenous Australian instrument 'File003' then zones you out on sleek lines and frictionless drums that are minimal but impactful. 'Wakeword' shuts down with some nice acid wonk.
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 in stock HK$128.12
Tortuga (12")
Cat: PL303 P. Rel: 01 Jun 23
OUT-SLD (4:35)
IN-SLD (4:33)
BAD-SLD (4:46)
Review: Those with even a basic knowledge of Italian dance music will have come across Alex Neri productions before; during the 1990s, he recorded loads of house (and less frequently, techno), under a wide variety of aliases. In 1991, he donned the Axe Corner alias (alongside studio buddies Adriana Dodici, Marco Baroni and Pietro Peretti) and delivered Tortuga, an EP of moody blends of house and techno that now sound surprisingly far-sighted. A-sides 'OUT-SLD' and 'IN-SLD' are both forthright but funky techno outings whose bleeping lead lines and thickset grooves pay tribute to the then-massive bleep & bass sound (albeit without the colossal sub-bass and dub reggae influences that style was famous for), while flip-side cuts 'BAD-SLD' and 'SLD-Effects' deliver tougher, late-night takes on the organ-rich Italo-house sound.
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 in stock HK$119.92
No Respect EP
No Respect EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: AZRAEL 01. Rel: 14 Apr 23
No Respect (4:41)
Take You Higher (4:50)
 in stock HK$105.67
Magic Orchestra: Planetary Assault Systems Remixes
Magic Orchestra (PAS live Jack edit) (5:15)
Magic Orchestra (PAS Vortex remix) (8:18)
Review: Strap in for this one from B Sides because it is a high-octane techno ride that is unrelenting and kinda old school. 'Magic Orchestra' (PAS live Jack edit) comes first and features hamming drums, cut-up synth stabs and a sense of cantering drum funk that gets you off your feet and keeps you there. On the flip is a PAS Vortex remix that is much more stripped back and dialed into a tunneling techno vision of smooth rolling drums and serene synth work peeling off the atmospheric groove.
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 in stock HK$115.92
Subsurface (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ASGDE 040. Rel: 13 Apr 23
Hadal Zone (4:14)
Hadal Zone (James Ruskin remix) (4:34)
Decompression (Makaton remix) (6:28)
Decompression (4:08)
Review: Paul Bailey, known as Damage, proffers his sonic take on the concept of what damage is and could sound like in the abstract. Like a giant piston hurtling at us, and repeatedly crushing us from above, we're thrown menacingly into the sniffly wiggles of 'Hadal Zone' and the reinterpretive work of the likes of James Ruskin and Makaton. It's a worthy addition to the Brummy techno canon, and should be noted for its unique wonk-tech veer.
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 in stock HK$117.87
Split 1.0
Split 1.0 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BAL 007. Rel: 18 May 23
Bastian Balders - "Energies"
Bastian Balders - "Kaamos"
Bastian Balders - "Machinery"
Anton Kubikov - "Night Shift"
Anton Kubikov - "Introland"
Anton Kubikov - "Spring Reverce Echo Delay"
Review: Two sides of mega-minimal, textural minimal and a dash of drone here, shared equally between friends Bastian Balders and Anton Kubikov. The producers bring a sophistication to the tech, reflecting the huge variation in the emotions they indulge. Something between ecstasy and horror is heard on Balders' 'Machinery', while Kubikov's 'Introland' is comparatively hopeful and tearjerking, with its delayed piano refractions and filtery-in-and-out strings.
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Played by: Philippe Petit
 in stock HK$111.82
Don't Cry EP
Cat: KOMPAKT 459. Rel: 03 May 23
Don't Cry (6:20)
Elysium (6:13)
Don't Cry (Ambient version) (4:18)
Review: Producer and DJ Stephan Barnem teams up with fellow artist Futuristant for a cross-Mediterranean foray into high-concept melodic techno. 'Don't Cry' is nothing short of a euphoric anthem, mixing tropes from synthwave, electro and big room into a piece that could easily function as the next HALO soundtrack theme. A robotic voice narrates the entire journey - "bringing you light, I am the star, shining so bright, I am the rain refreshing the earth, I am the laughter, I am the mirth" - as if it were the telepathic monologue of a deus ex come to grant salvation to us all.
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 in stock HK$97.48
Speicher 125
Cat: KOMPAKTEX 125. Rel: 24 May 23
Teller (7:02)
Duration (8:12)
Review: Speicher 125 is the upcoming split EP by German producers and DJs Barnt and Michael Mayer, forming part of the Speicher series, one of Kompakt's many V/A serials. This is music for peaktime dancefloor servicing; 'Teller' and 'Duration' are minimal, intense hooverers, reminiscent of later DJ Koze tracks and/or film soundtrack techno. The B, too, comes in true Barnt style, throwing organic bells and knocks into a beguiling mix.
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 in stock HK$93.48
Roll The Dice
Cat: DC 278. Rel: 31 May 23
Roll The Dice (6:10)
Piano Power (7:50)
Review: With a career reaching back some 20 years, Bart Skils has remained committed to the art of the techno 12", with not a single album to his name. Instead, his focus has been on a staggering hit list of legendary labels from Pure Plastic to 100% Pure, Break New Soil, and since 2012, primarily Drumcode. As part of Adam Beyer's core contingent he's played a major part in shaping the sound of the label, and so he continues on this exemplary two-tracker. 'Roll The Dice' is a muscular yet lean workout for the bigger kinds of spaces, playing around with some monotonal vocal threads and laying down the b-line throb you expect from a Drumcode A side. The flip offers something a little different as 'Into The Clouds' takes some looped guitar licks as a vessel for transcendence, atop a steady trucking techno undercarriage, of course.
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Layers Of Territory
Cat: TRULE 021. Rel: 10 May 23
HSS-01 (5:38)
Plural (6:14)
Movements (7:42)
Layers Of Territory (6:21)
Review: Following releases on AD 93 and Something Happening Somewhere, Amsterdam-based producer Bas Dobbelaer brings a four track EP to British imprint Trule exploring the many shades of techno. Whether it's hypnotising minimal techno ('HSS-01') or introspective IDM journeys into the deeper recesses of the mind ('Plural'), to ventures into the more off-kilter strains of the deep and atmospheric variety ('Movements') and glacial dub techno recontextualisations ('Layers Of Territory') - Dobbelaer demonstrates his high production abilities on this fine release.
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 in stock HK$101.67
Engine (limited 12")
Cat: ROYAL 053. Rel: 26 May 23
Engine (5:39)
Engine (Technosoul dub mix) (6:16)
Rise (Detroit dub) (6:28)
Rise (New York mix) (6:33)
Review: Basic Bastard is one of the more humorous aliases ascribed to dance music household name Orlando Voorn - it's one of almost twenty. Most releases that have come out under the name have included dark surrealist themes, homing in on everything between hard techno to the self-styled genre of techno-soul. Usually optimistic, this music tends to appeal to the basic bastard in all of us; 'Engine' and 'Rise' are an essentially funky pair of tracks, the sonic equivalent of well-worn dancing shoes. The best bits here are the original 'Rise (Detroit Dub)' and the dubbed-out version of 'Engine'.
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Played by: Ney Faustini
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Drama (12")
Cat: SWX 008. Rel: 04 May 23
Basic Bastard - "Drama" (7:44)
Basic Bastard - "Drama" (Orlando Voorn remix) (6:58)
Orlando Voorn - "Survival" (6:36)
Review: Eclectic technoizer Basic Bastard locks arms with Detroiter Orlando Voorn, their dual sonic output being the new 'Drama' EP. The three-tracker is nothing short of a sonic adventure, spanning acid, to dub, to uncategorisable entrainments. Bastard's original 'Drama' nails the art of the acid loop, a tricky tactic that is much less masterable than one might think. Voorn remixes the track my miring its elements in a cruddy ambience, while also greedily occupying the entire B-side with the urban-hellish jazz-noise-house cut 'Survival'.
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 in stock HK$115.92
Punto G (reissue)
Cat: EVADI 01. Rel: 24 Apr 23
Punto G (Z version) (6:31)
Punto G (In Acido) (5:30)
Punto G (Z version 2) (7:28)
Punto G (In Acido 2) (5:15)
Review: New label Evasione Digitale kicks off by reissuing a record that fans of Italian techno will be hugely thankful for. It's a direct trip back to the 90s that came in the middle of the decade, initially on the Spock label run by Leo Mas, Gemolotto and Fabrice. Fabrizio Vascotto (aka Skeela) and then-local DJ Marco Bellini, resident at cult clubs like Area City and Aida, is the pair of talents behind it and this EP is a perfect example of their trademark sound - bouncy drums, trance and proggy melodies and big basslines that roll on endlessly. Joining the dots between Berlin, Detroit and Turin, it's a timeless EP that still sounds fresh.
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 in stock HK$138.17
Frame EP
Frame EP (pink vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: CRF 017. Rel: 05 May 23
Fix (5:06)
Curve (5:35)
Unite (5:31)
Shape (5:25)
Played by: Philippe Petit
 in stock HK$119.92
303 Alliance 012
Benji303 - "The End Of The Satellite" (7:10)
Benji303 & Witchdoktor - "Click Clunk 303" (7:35)
Benji303 & Sam J - "Ruff Beats" (7:24)
Benji303 & Manarchy - "Back The Beat" (6:19)
 in stock HK$95.53
Intraface (12")
Cat: ACJ 180. Rel: 27 Apr 23
Absteigerlied (5:12)
Unnardiburges Geharse (5:27)
Befreiung45 (5:36)
Schwerfall (5:33)
 in stock HK$111.82
ICHLU (12" + sticker)
Cat: TH 001. Rel: 19 May 23
ICHLU (5:06)
Azure Pops (4:49)
Azure Pops (Eden Burns remix) (5:26)
Daisy (5:46)
Sugary Cove (7:12)
 in stock HK$89.38
Legend (1-sided 12")
Cat: DC 275. Rel: 10 May 23
Legend (7:14)
Review: Drumcode's main brain Adam Beyer hardly needs any introduction, but newcomers to the label might be surprised that his outfit has its sights set on putting out single-sided releases at the minute. 'Legend' is Beyer's kick-off for 2023, following up the completion of his own home studio with an inspired production run. An ascendant fast-build to sublime ecstasy, the track characteristically locks into a deep arpeggiated saw line at its drop; an example of Beyer flaunting his ability to juxtapose massive pre-drop space with post-drop minimality.
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 in stock HK$117.87
Simulator (neon green vinyl 12")
Cat: DC 279. Rel: 23 May 23
Simulator (6:22)
Simulator (dub version) (6:21)
Review: Techno team-ups don't come bigger than this, as Drumcode's overlord of all things mega-tech Adam Beyer links up with Chicago's agent provocateur Green Velvet to give you your next stadium shaking anthem. This isn't the first time Beyer and Velvet have worked together - you could find them on the 2018 track 'Space Date' for one thing - but there's a sense 'Simulator' will become their calling card as a formidable double act. It's simply huge, catchy as hell and full of all the fireworks you could wish for from a super-sized techno workout, all guided by Velvet's unmistakable voice ducking and diving around the expertly engineered mix.

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'96 (12")
Cat: UTANC 002. Rel: 18 Apr 23
Fun-K (5:58)
Cheeloom (8:10)
Molecoles (7:17)
Nite Life (6:32)
Review: This acid tech-trance gem was first released in 1996, and first made an appearance on the suitably Star Trek-themed Spock Records, an Italian label that saw to much trance of the utmost quality get released during its Italo heyday. The victim of horrible scalping, it's well overdue for a rerelease. 'Fun-K' is the highlight, showing off producer Bhasmantam's (Gieuseppe Pol's) sensitive and detail-oriented trance production chops, straddling euphoria and technicality in a manner that does not alienate or confuse. The remaining tunes are more breathable and minimal affairs, but all build a world that captivate as they do enthrall.
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 in stock HK$150.46
Look At Yourself
Look At Yourself (12" + poster)
Cat: DIE 001. Rel: 18 Apr 23
Beach Song (4:41)
Can You Please Like My Picture (4:39)
Do You Like Yourself (5:56)
I Wish I Was A Model (5:06)
 in stock HK$138.17
Riot Toys EP
Cat: MLKL 030. Rel: 19 Apr 23
Gazellehorden (feat HerrClem) (5:20)
Switch The Pilot (5:13)
Funk Herald (5:47)
Bad Disco (7:02)
Review: Ascendant Berlin duo Blame The Mono return with their latest outing on French label Molekul titled 'Riot Toys'. There's no holds barred on this hard techno onslaught: the adrenalised energy of opening cut 'Gazellehorden' (feat HerrClem) fires up the engine in style, followed by the hyperaware energy of 'Switch The Pilot' and its jacked-up big-beat influence which also lunges straight for the jugular. Over on the flip, 'Funk Herald' will keep you tripping out under the strobelight, plus one more peak time banger to hammer the message home in the form of 'Bad Disco' which will keep the heads down on the dancefloor.
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Kerosene (reissue)
Cat: HERZBLUT 001. Rel: 10 May 23
Kerosene (7:19)
Cucuma (8:21)
Review: Stephan Bodzin has a long and illustrious career in the field of German tech house, and while he may be still very much active in delivering new material like last year's Boavista album, it's nice to be reminded of some of his early classics. Following on from the reissue of 2006 12" Valentine comes this, the mighty Kerosene. It's a record very much of its time, capturing that crisp, digital sound which soundtracked countless parties big and small, but taken out of context it's plain to hear how it hasn't aged a bit, sounding as seductive and immersive as it did back then.
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Valentine (reissue)
Cat: HERZBLUT 002. Rel: 10 May 23
Valentine (7:24)
Papillon (7:17)
Review: German artist Stephan Bodzin has done a fine job of keeping himself at the forefront of the melodic techno world, not least with his always boundary-pushing live shows. He takes that energy into the studio when cooking up his scintillating club tracks, too, and always has. This reissue on his own Herzblut label revisits one of his many stand cuts. 'Valentine' is a wonky one with creepy bass and mysterious melodies over crunchy tech beats. 'Papillon' takes flight like its butterfly namesake, with elegant leads and rubbery bass all doused in glorious melodic rain that has a sci-fi edge.
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Connected EP
Cat: MOS 033. Rel: 16 May 23
Review: Right after two recent drops on Steffi's Dolly imprint and the London based EYA Records, Utrecht based producer Boehm is back with his second release on MOS Recordings on which he again ventures into the deeper side of house music. The EP begins with title track 'Connected' an emotive and mesmerising journey, while over on the flip there's the energetic 'Mainstreet' capturing the feeling of Detroit style hi-tech soul, and the playful tech funk of 'Underground'.
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 in stock HK$105.67
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