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Exit Planet Earth: Strontium
The Advent X Zein Ferreira - "Carpe Diem" (7:01)
London Modular Alliance - "Lump Of Coal" (4:03)
London Modular Alliance - "Lump Of Coal" (beats) (2:42)
Konerytmi - "Pulssi" (5:22)
DeFeKT - "Radar" (4:03)
Zobol - "Data Wars" (5:01)
Review: Exit Planet Earth continues its exploration of the world of electro universe with an expansive, extended six track EP, featuring The Advent x Zein Ferreira, DeFeKT, London Modular Alliance, Konertymi and Zobol. The Advent, whose weekly Gardening Club residency in the mid-90s helped to drag electro out of the realms of the retro and back into the future, team up with Zein Ferreira for a Kraftwerk-on-speed extended mix of 'CarpeDiem', before London Modular Alliance's more moderately paced but still squiggle and bleep laced 'Lump of Coal' plus a 'beats' breakdown for the DJs. The B-side brings us the acid-powered 'Pulssi' by Konerytmi, the bouncy, breakdance-friendly 'Radar' by DeFeKT, and the relatively pure, optimistic sonics of Zobol's 'Data Wars'. Thumbs up all round.
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 in stock HK$121.87
Energie Electrique
Cat: CPU 01110101. Rel: 01 Jun 23
Energy (5:42)
Buckfunk Beatz (5:08)
MS10 Machine Funk (6:05)
Electro P1 B (4:15)
Review: When it comes to the UK electro underground, Si Begg is a real one, make no mistake. He's been doing it since day one and pushing the scene forwards instead of resting on his laurels, and that shines through on this welcome drop for one of electro's most important contemporary labels, CPU. The ideas and flair are simply flying off each of these tracks, from the driving rave pressure of 'Energy' to the slippery machine funk of 'Buckfunk Beatz'. 'MS10 Machine Funk' meanwhile heads into some truly gnarly territory, but Begg manages to balance the analogue filth with an air of elegance which is testament to his years of experience. Forget the imitators and stick to the innovators - this record is what electro is really all about.
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 in stock HK$93.48
Glass Domain
Glass Domain (12" repress)
Cat: C 33AB/CAL 006AB. Rel: 02 Jun 23
Shatter Prone (3:11)
Hiccups (2:37)
Review: Throughout his mythical and somewhat enigmatic music career as an electro specialist, Gerald Donald has been prone to an alias or two. The Drexciya co-founder and co-member has released music as Arpanet, Japanese Telecom, Dataphysix and, more recently as Heinrich Muller, but this one EP he released as Glass Domain has been near impossible to find pretty much since its 1991 release date. The Clone connection is string with Donald, and the Dutch powerhouse has managed to both remaster and reissue this holy grail of Detroit electro. We're not going to describe these tracks to you, because they are above that; they're remnants of a movement that has influenced how we listen and dance to music nowadays, and they should be on every serious dance collector's shelf. Foundational Detroit electro that will be played by generations on end. Vitally recommended.
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Played by: Session Victim, Beaner
 in stock HK$111.82
Hyperspace Sound Lab
Hyperspace Sound Lab (12" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: CAL 006. Rel: 02 Jun 23
Clarence G's Club (4:07)
Turbine (3:06)
Cause I Said It Right (3:06)
Data Transfer (3:18)
Review: Before his untimely death in 2002, Drexciya member James Stinson recorded a number of killer solo records. Hyperspace Soundlab, initially released in 1991 and credited to Clarence G, is undoubtedly one of his best. It's long been something of an in-demand gem, with copies changing hands for several hundred pounds. Here, Clone have done us all a favour and given it a much-needed reissuevia their Aqualung series dedicated to all things Drexciyan. As you'd perhaps expect, all four tracks explore the Detroit elecro sound Stinson did much to develop, with the producer adding his own rap vocals to the killer "Clarence G's Club", and the ghetto-influenced bounce of "Cause I Said It Right". Elsewhere, "Turbine" is an exercise in industrial-tinged drum machine abuse, while "Data Transfer" sees Stinson doffing a cap to classic Chicago acid.
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 in stock HK$117.87
Lifestyles Of The Laptop Cafe
Lifestyles Of The Laptop Cafe (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 90R. Rel: 22 Feb 18
Eye Contact (5:28)
It's Your Love (7:29)
Moonlight Rendezvous (7:04)
You Said You Want Me (4:23)
Let Me Be Me (3:32)
Running From Love (2:38)
Lifestyles Of The Casual (5:27)
Sunrays (8:14)
Review: Last year, someone set up an online petition calling for Warp to re-release The Other People Place's brilliant Lifestyles Of The Laptop Cafe album on wax. Happily, Warp has responded to the strength of feeling from electronica fans - most of whom bristled at the high online prices for second hand copies - and re-pressed it. Drexciya man James Stinson's 2001 solo set remains a timeless electronic classic; a perfectly pitched and immaculately produced fusion of downtempo electro rhythms, spacey electronics and twinkling synthesizer melodies. In fact, you'll struggle to find a better electro album full stop, making this reissue an essential purchase for anyone not lucky enough to own an original copy.
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 in stock HK$197.20
ZMNT008 (12")
Cat: ZMNT 008. Rel: 30 May 23
901 Area (4:09)
Sxx (4:08)
JMS (4:23)
We Are (3:33)
Resist (4:39)
Destroy (4:14)
Review: Raw Takes offers up exactly that - perfectly imperfect electro jams direct from his machines. We last heard from him here at Juno back in 2020 on a VA via the Sample Delivery label but here he takes charge of all six cuts on this new Zement EP. '901 Area' opens with wobbly sheet metal synths and zippy pads that eventually coalesce around a nice snappy electro breakbeat. 'Sxx' pairs ambient pads with machine gun laser fire and 'JMS' then brings a more deep and reverential viber. The rich variation continues on the flip so that there is everything from tripped-out acid to hard-hitting and ear-drum-shattering electro-tech.
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 in stock HK$101.67
BBC Radio Croydon 1975
Cat: ICONICVR 006. Rel: 31 May 23
Kling Klang (6:41)
Tongebirge (3:53)
Tanzmusik (7:48)
Ruckzuck (8:39)
Die Sonne Der Monde Die Sterne (6:53)
Kometenmelodie (6:06)
Showroom Dummies (5:17)
Autobahn (8:44)
Review: Kraftwerk's 1975 performance at Fairfield Hall in Croydon is the stuff of legend. Finally it is available as a high quality audio pressing that allows you to relive all its glorious futurism. The show was broadcast on radio as part of a short tour of the UK that came after the release of the German computer music pioneer's hugely popular Autobahn. It features tracks from that album as well as 'Die Sonne, Der Mond, Die Sterne' and 'Showroom Dummies.' A real piece of electronic music history that will spice up any collection.
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 in stock HK$185.00
Cat: PICNIC 006. Rel: 31 May 23
B Love - "Thumb Milk" (5:34)
Rokko - "Sunset Frequency" (6:11)
Mathijs Smit - "Backwards" (7:33)
Herra - "Thesis Trax" (5:30)
Review: Picnic tends towards flaunting the eclecticism of the British underground, standing in stark opposition to conformity. B Love, Rokko, Mathijs Smit and Herra come through for their latest V/A here, each with their own unique style and flavour to the four-way table - whether they work in deep house, techno, or the cheekier side of speed-garage-ambient. As 'Thumb Milk' says in the pre-drop moment of pause: "do what you feel, when you feel like it". Such is the exact feel of this EP, from the idyllic chordwork of Rock's 'Sunset Frequency' to the organic organry of 'Going Backwards'.
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 in stock HK$138.17
The Cosmic Memoirs Of The Late Great Rupert J Rosinthrope
The Cosmic Memoirs Of The Late Great Rupert J Rosinthrope (3xLP + MP3 download code in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: TRESOR 196LPX. Rel: 12 Apr 23
Solar Wind (6:22)
White Dwarf (3:45)
Waveform Cascades (4:29)
Dance Of The Celestial Druids (4:38)
The Freak Show (4:40)
Implosive Regions (4:56)
Lonely Journey Of The Comet Bopp (4:39)
Crossing Of The Sun-Ra Nebula (5:05)
Scattering Pulsars (5:08)
Alien Vessel Distress Call (7:00)
Flux (7:55)
Review: Tresor's extended focus on reissuing old Drexciya and Drexciya-related projects continues here with this version of Shifted Phases' 'The Cosmic Memoirs Of The Late Great Rupert J Rosinthrope'. A short-lived alias of Drexciya's beloved James Stinson, Shifted Phases' only LP here is one of few affiliated projects that has remained out of print ever since its rather low-key release in 2002. Wildly popular despite it, the music heard on the album is undeniable early electro, locking in a characteristically frank, almost meek, yet astro-nautical electro sound. Scratchy crud and sonar feedback beeps extend to the deepest sonic reaches on this one; you better salvage it from the abyssal waters of history (by copping it), and quick.
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 in stock HK$207.35
ORBITAL 106 (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ORBITAL 106. Rel: 24 May 23
Don't Let Go (6:17)
JWTS (6:34)
Let The Music Take Control (6:01)
Memory Re Generation (5:22)
Review: More hand-stamped headiness from Keith Farrugia AKA Sound Synthesis on his own Orbital Mechanics imprint. In keeping with the Maltese producer's trademark sound, what's on offer is an attractive, highly accomplished blend of electro, glassy-eyed underground electronica, acid and ambient techno. Our pick of an extremely strong bunch is closing cut 'Memory Re-Generation', a deep, melodious and loved-up affair in which TB-303 acid lines and gorgeous melodies bubble away atop tight electro beats, warm bass and ultra-dreamy chords. There's plenty to get the pulse racing elsewhere across the EP too, including the lovely - and hard-to pigeonhole - opener 'Don't Let Go' and the tighter, tougher electro club jam 'Let The Music Take Control'.
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 in stock HK$117.87
Dimension Phantasy EP
Dimension Phantasy (5:06)
Dimension Phantasy (Captain Mustache remix) (4:41)
Dimension Phantasy (Oh Lord! remix By Play Paul) (6:13)
Dimension Phantasy (Oh Lord! remix - instrumental) (5:38)
Review: Martin Matiske was discovered by DJ Hell as something of a child prodigy already deeply immersed in the history and present moment of electro and synth-pop, and by 2012 he had already released his debut album Robotermusik. This release on Bordello A Parigi revives one of the tracks from that album, 'Dimension Phantasy', and gives it a standalone release with some interesting remixes. Captain Mustache does a fine job of threading extra arpeggio sparkle into the track without derailing it, while Play Paul turns the track into his own bombastic synth-pop anthem which appears in vocal and instrumental versions.
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 in stock HK$124.02
A Paris EP
A Paris EP (limited 12")
Cat: PF 003. Rel: 19 Jan 23
Contact (6:41)
Good Times (5:59)
Secret Place (Raw cut) (6:31)
Talking About (6:18)
Ici (A Paris) (6:41)
Review: In his only previous outing on vinyl, Gabriel Belabbas delivered a well informed and expertly executed tribute to the organ-sporting, sub-heavy, breakbeat-sporting shuffle of UK house culture. On his full debut, the Parisian producer casts his net wider for inspiration, though the nostalgic feel and love of organ sounds remains. He begins by paying tribute to Jaydee classic 'Plastic Dreams' on 'Contact', before joining the dots between bleep-house and Chicago jack on 'Good Times' and shuffling his way through an alien-sounding, two-step-powered, acid-fired dancefloor soundscape on 'Secret Place (Raw Cut)'. Over on the B-side, 'Talking About' is a driving, low-slung chunk of mid-tempo house with nods towards fuzzy punk-funk, while 'Ici (A Paris)' sees him adding his own twist to the futurist sonics and weighty sub-bass of early LFO.
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 in stock HK$134.17
Under The Lily Pads
Cat: SPRAY 004. Rel: 02 Jun 23
Under The Lily Pads (5:45)
Under The Lily Pads (Luca Lozano What Is Reality remix) (6:16)
Leave A Message (6:04)
Made (Drums) (5:22)
 in stock HK$134.17
Collapsar (limited 12")
Cat: SHIP 069. Rel: 26 May 23
Galactic Empire (5:52)
Collapsar (5:36)
Reflectivity (4:45)
Redemption Ark (4:06)
Day Zero (5:48)
Review: Whether turning his attention to electro or techno, Umwelt is a master of hard, mind-mangling club cuts whose efforts over the last 25 years have included a string of classics and a wealth of overlooked gems. Here he returns to long-serving Dutch stable Shipwrec for the first time since 2017 with another quintet of moody, all-action workouts. He begins with the deliciously twisted, energy-packed intensity of bustling acid-electro number 'Galactic Empire', before opting for a darker, more clandestine feel on the doom-laden electro shuffle of 'Collapsar'. 'Reflectivity' is a more shimmering slab of far-sighted soundscape electro that doffs a cap towards mid-90s ambient techno, 'Redemption Arc' is an immersive ambient interlude, and 'Day Zero' is a fiendishly psychedelic slab of hallucinatory acid electro.
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 in stock HK$109.77
Night Drive (Thru Babylon) (remastered)
Night Drive (Thru Babylon) (6:20)
Time Space Transmat (6:20)
No UFOs (D-mix) (8:19)
Review: Juan Atkins takes another dive into his vast back catalogue and offers up a new pressing of one his most influential early works, second single 'Night Drive (Thru Babylon)'. A punchy, star-gazing electro workout with crunchy drums, acid-style electronic squelches and a typically evocative spoken vocal, it's like an Afro-Futurist's take on Kraftwerk. The nod to the Robots is even more obvious on the more vocoder-heavy 'Time Space Transmat' (a rework of 'Night Drive' featuring input from Cybotron partner Rick Davis) and the 'D-Mix' of previous single 'No UFO's', a revision that some have argued drew up the Motor City techno blueprint (crucially, the beat is 4/4 rather than an electro one, the first example of this on a Model 500 record). A genuinely essential record.
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 in stock HK$119.92
The Flower Picker
Cat: YOY 014. Rel: 01 Jun 23
Reaction (8:11)
Undo Vida (6:27)
Pander (7:24)
Moro Reflex (8:27)
Review: Portuguese electronic artist Pedro Goya lends his latest and best efforts to French label YoY - a sublabel of the Yoyaku family - for a textured sway through dreamy minimal house and elegant acid progressions. Much like picking flowers, the EP puts across the feeling of being 'in the zone', with the tracks seeming to flow seamlessly through similar keys and timbres, all while nailing a raw, real, even ancient feel.
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Tags: Minimal | Acid House
 in stock HK$134.17
AsOne Squared
AsOne Squared (limited 180 gram translucent red marbled vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: ASGDE 041LTD. Rel: 04 May 23
Neptunium (6:53)
Axion (4:48)
Source Cubit (5:39)
Find My Way (4:40)
Vermillion (5:36)
Quantum State (6:00)
Amo (5:20)
Goodbye Mr Schulze (5:09)
Review: Kirk Degiorgio's As One project continues to be a beacon of inspiration within the annals of deep, melodic UK techno. As a true pioneer of the sound from the earliest days, it's impressive to see his inspiration maintain, and there's no better home for his work than De:tuned, a label dedicated to preserving the rich expression and invention of that foundational sound. On AsOne2 we're treated to an extended excursion into widescreen machine soul of the highest calibre, where melancholic chord progressions collide with restlessly original drum programming. It's quite simply exquisite, produced with an impeccable ear and loaded with sincere human feeling. This limited pressing of the album comes on red marbled wax too - highly recommended for the collectors out there.
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 in stock HK$203.25
Allez EP
Allez EP (limited red vinyl 12")
Cat: TRECS 008. Rel: 19 May 23
I Want You
Review: Derek Carr has been pretty untouchable in the last couple of years. His work in the fields of deep house and deep techno has been consistently innovative and captivating. He takes care of the eighth EP on the Trident label now with more of his serene sound designs and dynamic grooves. 'Allez' heads off into the cosmos with balmy pads and smooth drums then acid lashes about the mix of 'I Want You' which rides a nice tight, clipped, locked-in drum line. Things get more loose and star gazing on 'Revival' while 'Typhoon' closes with playful synth patterns tumbling down over invitingly warm deep house drums.

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 in stock HK$87.43
Cat: VIS 334. Rel: 27 Mar 23
Altered Perception (7:16)
Equilibirum (6:29)
Temporal Resolution (5:51)
Altered Sense (8:05)
Oculus (7:22)
Polychron (6:18)
Perceptual Time Dilation (6:58)
Clairvoyance (7:38)
Review: Following the epic dystopian LP 'Manifold' Versalife returns with his second album on 20/20 Vision 'Chronoception'. The accomplished Dutch producer Boris Bunnik aka Conforce delves deep into the cosmic abyss with eight auditory adventures laced with shadowy tones, deep base and robotic funk.

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! low stock HK$195.05
Acid Booty II
Cat: SM 008. Rel: 10 Oct 22
Bunsen Burner (4:30)
And I Freaked It (4:11)
LA Gear (4:27)
Incense Dust In My 303 (4:37)
Review: LA-based Ole Mic Odd makes a return to Source Material for second dose of booty acid beauty. after featuring on numerous labels worldwide in recent years. As its title suggests, the four tracks here have heaps of gnarly acid attitude and speed-wise are set to maximum twerk. All highly likely to keep your 3AM crowd rooted to the spot and away from any thoughts of heading off for the night bus or taxi rank, sure, but there's another layer to this release beyond such functionalities. Ole Mic Odd has clearly mastered the art of light and shade, because he barely needs a note or two to switch up the mood of 'Bunsen Burner' or the heavily electro-weighted 'LA Gear', meaning all four have depth as well as impact.
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 in stock HK$81.28
Nausea EP
Nausea EP (12")
Cat: BAP 181. Rel: 05 Jun 23
Nausea (4:49)
Nausea (Sick Your Own mix) (4:05)
Noise In The Stairwell (5:34)
Jupiter Jack (Groovy mix) (5:39)
Jupiter Jack (Jupiter mix) (5:17)
Review: Since making his bow as Donald Dust six years ago, Tom Banks has codified a signature sound rich in jacking, Ron Hardy style drum tracks, surging Italo-disco melodies, late '80s European house sounds and 21st century nu-Italo tropes. All these ingredients - and more - can be heard on his latest EP for Bordello a Parigi. Opener 'Nausea', for example, audibly doffs a cap to Koto and Bobby Orlando, while the more percussive, sweat-soaked 'Sick Your Own' remix of the same track provides an energetic, peak-time ready alternative. There are two mixes, too, of 'Jupiter Jack': the new beat-meets-Italo-disco throb of the 'Groovy Mix' and the breathless mid-80s Chicago house flex of the 'Jupiter Mix'. Chiming, synth-pop-goes-electro number 'Noise in the Stairwell' completes a fine package.
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 in stock HK$124.02
Centre Of Mass
Centre Of Mass (limited 12")
Cat: PRTR 22X. Rel: 04 Jul 22
Centre Of Mass (8:52)
Balance Point (8:08)
Review: A limited edition 12" vinyl with two extension cuts of Obergman's new album on Pariter! Vinyl only - No repress! Dreamy synths wash over the listener, analogue bubbles heading for the surface - imagine Drexciya in 'Wavejumper' or 'Sea Snake' mode, only with its restless electro foundations replaced by something more regular and reassuringly solid in the beats department. All in all, oozing melodic techno class.
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 in stock HK$105.67
Transient Belief EP
Cat: BP 070. Rel: 14 May 23
Transient Belief (5:56)
Nightwalker (5:25)
Theta State (6:04)
Find Your Tribe (5:37)
Review: Manchester-based Kerrie is a multi-disciplinary artist, incorporating live sets, DJing and running her label Dark Machine Funk. For this release, she returns to James Ruskin's esteemed Blueprint for another dose of straight-ahead techno cuts on the Transient Belief EP. The A-side kicks off with the visceral broken beat onslaught of the title track followed by the powerful peak time workout 'Night Walker'. Over on the flip, the futurist electro funk of 'Theta State' shows off the Irish producer's wide sonic repertoire, and finally she unleashes the hypnotic heads-down style fury of 'Find Your Tribe'.
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 in stock HK$115.92
Ahora Si EP
Cat: ALT 005. Rel: 26 May 23
El Principio (2:26)
Modificacion (6:13)
El Break Del Dia (7:16)
El Break De La Noche (5:56)
La Nueva (version) (5:52)
Grt Plschr (4:25)
Review: Ildec shows plenty of class on this diverse new EP for Belgium's Altered Circuits. It has its roots in an early 90s electronic sound with plenty of inspiration from the artist's own compelling DJ sets. The Ibiza-based producer opens up with the atmospheric synths of 'El Principio' then gets gritty on tough tech loops on 'Modificacion' and explores a more funky broken beat vibe on 'El Break Del Dia'. 'El Break De La Noche' is cyborg funk with freaky effects and alien life forms and two closers get nice and bumpy with twisted bass and off-kilter rhythms.
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 in stock HK$136.21
Syro (tri-fold 3xLP)
Cat: WARPLP 247. Rel: 18 Sep 14
Minipops 67 (Source Field mix)
XMAS EVET10 (Thanaton 3 mix)
Produk 29
4 Bit 9D Api E 6
Circlont6a (Syrobonkus mix)
Fz Pseudotimestretch E 3
Circlont14 (Shrymoming mix)
Syro U473t8 E (Piezoluminescence mix)
Papat4 (Pineal mix)
S950tx16wasr10 (Earth Portal mix)
Review: It's rare that an electronic album is the biggest album of the year, or at least the most hyped. That's certainly the case with Syro, Richard D James first official release under his Aphex Twin moniker for some 13 years. So, is it in any good? For starters, it sounds like an Aphex Twin album. Listen through to the 12 tracks, and many of his familiar staples are present - the "Digeridoo" era rave breakbeats, the mangled synth-funk mash-ups, the intoxicating ambient-era melodies, the warped basslines and the skittish drill & bass style rhythms. There's madness, beauty and intensity in spades. In other words, it's an Aphex Twin album, and - as so many have pointed out since the album's release was announced - there's no-one else quite like Richard D James.
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Tags: IDM
 in stock HK$215.45
Entre Deux EP
Entre Deux EP (limited 180 gram vinyl 12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: CYPHN 04. Rel: 06 Jun 23
In Between (5:02)
No Minding (4:30)
Clik Plok (5:51)
FBG (5:46)
Review: French DJ, producer and musician Flabair comes through with yet more sizzle and dreamy electro sauce. Four tracks of the atmospherically-padded variety, with a temperate, dramatic feel to boot, play across the two sides and four separated grooves of 'Entre Deux'. As the name evokes, we're given the sense of moving through various alternate doorways and telecasted techno-portals, each of which lead to a different soundworld - the door to 'No Minding' leading to a chill dreamscape, and 'FBG' a more curious vista of bliss - and is a welcome addition to the Cyphon catalogue.
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 in stock HK$134.17
Polyverse (2xLP)
Cat: PRTR 21. Rel: 23 Jan 23
Prelude (3:26)
Oscillating Grids (8:13)
Orion (9:03)
Cycle I (interlude) (6:04)
New Ground Galactica (6:03)
Cycle II (interlude) (3:06)
Astronomicon (6:10)
Derelict Satellites (6:02)
Postlude (6:11)
Review: Kosmogonik offers up a top debut album here packed with fresh ambient, techno, house and electronic deepness. Polyverse has nine exploratory cuts that take you on a real trip through the cosmos, right from the suspensory opening chords of the prelude. After that come the lean and elegant Detroit techno lines of 'Oscillating Grids' and the far-sighted cosmic bliss of 'Orion'. 'New Ground Galactica' is about as delightful and wondrous as electro gets and lovers of breakbeats will find plenty to get excited about on 'Astronomicon' with its smeared chords and colour alien details. A gorgeous album of well-crafted electronic escapism.
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 in stock HK$168.71
Theme From Acid Pimp
Theme From Acid Pimp (limited hand-stamped triple 12")
Cat: FE 081. Rel: 02 Jun 23
Theme From Acid Pimp (10:37)
Top (9:02)
Invert (6:43)
Blister (9:15)
Bounce (7:13)
Creep (9:04)
Fever (7:14)
Crispy Toe (5:53)
Smoke (1:32)
Scratch (8:21)
Drop (5:25)
Flip (5:26)
Review: The mysterious Acid Pimp (variously also known as Tom Newman, although accounts differ) showcases their 'Theme', and in turn the ability to take a classic sound and twist it into something entirely wonky, rift-opening and reality-bending. Said mode is acid techno, and said twist is arm-burning. The eight-tracker ranges from quizzically hollow tunes like 'Top' to calm judderers like, yes, 'Crispy Toe', proving the sonic capabilities of a longstanding production madman. One of several new releases to come out after the Pimp returned to 'Acid Pimping' in 2019, we hope we get to hear even more sonic propositions of their ilk soon come.
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 in stock HK$325.22
Self & Selfish (reissue)
Self & Selfish (reissue) (limited white vinyl LP)
Cat: CREME 415. Rel: 05 Jun 23
Was-Is (4:18)
Crisis (The Image Of You) (4:13)
Transposition (4:36)
Commuters (4:43)
Loopholes (8:07)
Fiction Or Fact (5:34)
Nostalgia & The Missing Sense (5:46)
 in stock HK$150.46
Fragmented Living
Cat: PNKMN 066. Rel: 02 Jun 23
People Money Voices In My Head (7:10)
If You Could Read My Mind (4:26)
Distance Yourself From Others (6:29)
Maliciously Re-animated (7:52)
 in stock HK$134.17
Techno Life
Cat: PILOT 010. Rel: 06 Feb 23
Techno Life (4:57)
Can't Stop Rocking (5:03)
Sorry You Had To Wait So Long (5:51)
Review: Johannes Kolter is Kolter, as well as being the artist formerly known as DJOKO, and here he follows up on his very recent Between Fragments album with a cheeky three tracker, once again for the Pilot label. This 12" kicks off with 'Techno Life', which ironically is a breaks/electro hybrid affair with all the hallmarks you could ask for from vocoder vocals to electronic cowbells. 'Can't Stop Rocking' borrows some serious chunks from a very famous electro record made by one of jazz music's legends - that description must surely narrows it down - and adds some tempo and the occasional vocal hook. Then we see proceedings drawn to a close by 'Sorry You Had To Wait So Long', every bit as lively as the other two, spaciously produced and peppered with the subtlest of electro flourishes. All round good work, you have to agree.
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 in stock HK$81.28
Signal Drive EP
Cat: DO 303003. Rel: 12 Apr 23
Signal Drive (3:42)
Recovery2 (3:50)
Scramble (5:48)
Signal Drive (MOY remix) (4:37)
Oh Nein (4:24)
Back2 (4:49)
Review: Almost 40 years after the acid sound was first accidentally stumbled across it is still providing artists with endless amounts of inspiration. This Dynamics of Acid label is another one dedicated to the cause and here Jonathan Hipgrave under his Jonny3snares alias explores six different and equally sublime sounds that will make your brain dance as much as your body. There is an inward sense of reflection to the opener 'Signal Drive', a deep melancholy to 'Recovery' then squelchy hyperactive rhythms define 'Scramble.' Three flipside cuts again pair meaningful synths with lithe drum programming to make for a fantastically futuristic EP.
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Played by: DJ Mau Mau
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No UFO's (remastered)
No UFO's (remastered) (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: M 001R. Rel: 29 Mar 23
No UFO's (4:13)
No UFO's (instrumental) (7:04)
Future (4:52)
Future (instrumental) (5:06)
Review: One of techno's genuinely foundational records, Juan Atkins' 1985 debut single as Model 500, has been treated to the remastered reissue treatment. Effectively an extension of the sci-fi-seeped Afro-futurism he explored with Rik Davis as Cybotron, 'No UFO's' is a Detroit electro classic that sounds every bit as far-sighted now as it did in the mid 1980s. As well as the vocal and instrumental versions, we also get similar takes on original B-side 'Future', an even more spacey-sounding electro jam whose lyrics confidently predict that "techno's here to stay". As he often is, Atkins was of course correct.
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Played by: Lexx
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Vertabre EP
Cat: RP 004. Rel: 24 Apr 23
Vivre (5:59)
Kraft (4:37)
Vertabre (4:27)
Vertabre (Sync 24 remix) (5:54)
Review: Scanone is a producer who has proven his versatility and so it's no wonder he's been tapped up for some killer tunes by the Reposition label. This blistering electro EP features three originals that mix up industrial textures with caustic drums and star-gazing synth work. 'Vivre' is an eye-watering opener with sheet metal sounds and frosty pads, 'Kraft' is then a slower more pensive electro soundscape and 'Vertabre' has a truly brutal groove that will rattle the walls of any club space, as well as dislodge brain cells. Sync 24 rounds things out with a remix of the same cut that becomes a sonic blizzard.
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Eternal Reality
Cat: NN 025. Rel: 31 May 23
Be Free (5:36)
Behind The Scenes (5:03)
Shape (5:33)
Kotodama (5:14)
Review: French label Nocta Numerica clocks up a quarter of a century of releases with a suitably stylish electro trip from Martin Matiske. The German claims to have been mixing records and making tapes since he was 10 and the maturity and high production values of his sound certainly back that up. There is a Lifestyles of the Laptop Cafe feel to his brand of electro - deep and reflective in mood, with sleek lines and celestial chords that carry the mind and body away into the cosmos. It's timeless material that oozes class. Kudos to both label and artist.
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Nativist (translucent blue vinyl 12")
Cat: PGM 014. Rel: 12 Apr 23
Prime Stratagem (5:40)
Native Serenade (4:37)
True To The Realm (4:04)
What Must We Do For Chaos? (2:29)
Creed (1:14)
Review: Ultradyne has been called a 'fundamentalist' techno artist, and while this is a term we've hardly come across to describe much techno before, we think we get the gist with this new release, Nativist. The five-tracks on this banger-filled 12" tend towards the novelty moods of early electro, with 'Native Serenade' emitting all manner of window-wiping, slippery acid sounds, and the bleepific 'What We Must Do For Chaos' creeping into superfast hardcore. Themes of nationhood and 'protecting the realm' are present, speaking to techno's ironic appropriation of militaristic defence themes.
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Timeframe EP
Timeframe EP (purple marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: LT 063. Rel: 30 Mar 23
Ambroxitil (6:45)
Timeframe (6:43)
Strive For More (3:49)
Waouu (5:10)
Timeframe (Voiski remix) (5:39)
Review: There are few labels that have been as constantly excellent as Lobster Thermin, no matter the genre it turns its attention to. Here is it electro from Shedbug that gets us all worked up on a nice purple marbled vinyl. 'Ambroxitil' is a quick and crunchy opener steeped in cosmic tension with icy electro lines and dark bass. 'Timeframe' then has a lo-fi and sludgy feel with muffled drums and bass making for a distant cyborg rave. There is beauty and inward reflection in the sweeping melodies of 'Strive For More', angular grooves that make you jerk your body on 'Waouu' and a hyperspeed Voiski remix to close down.
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Hubble EP (reissue)
Hubble (Strand mix) (7:15)
Hubble (Posatronix Faceless mix) (6:05)
Hubble (Optic Nerve Black Hole mix) (4:45)
Review: The Hubble EP was originally put out by Metroplex Social Club aka the super talented trio of Optic Nerve, Strand, Posatronix and Marty Bonds back in 2003 and it has since become a huge Detroit anthem, with iconic synths and strings. It is powered by a serious hard-assed kick drum and a lush bassline featuring three melodies at once. It's funky, groovy, and sure to fire up any dance floor whether indoors at night or outdoors in the open air, and now gets a welcome reissue that is "dedicated to Juan Atkins and the spirit of Metroplex Records". A real piece of classic Motor City magic.
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Ruchill Raw EP
Cat: STEPBACK 005. Rel: 31 May 23
Of People & Place (7:30)
Ruchill Raw (4:40)
The Last Leap (5:58)
Lingua Acqua (6:39)
Review: Moot Tapes and Made Magnetic boss Polytunnel moves away from his own labels to make a notable debut on Edinburgh-based label Stepback Records. It's a deep dive into the world of electro that showcases his melodic style and potent mix of breaks and acid. 'Of People & Place' is a roomy and atmospheric open, a slow motion groove with plaintive chords before 'Ruchill Raw' takes off into the cosmos with wispy leads darting about over twanging metal drums. 'The Last Leap' slows the pace one more for bendy acid undulations a la Tin Man and 'Lingua Acqua' is a lovely mix of squelchy acid, chatty snares and meandering basslines.
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Amberrox (white vinyl 12")
Cat: OBL 12032. Rel: 22 Feb 23
Amberrox (7:32)
Amberrox (Bushwacka! Electro remix) (5:00)
Amberrox (Bushwacka! remix) (5:45)
Amberrox (Joeski remix) (6:44)
Review: For the latest release on his rebooted Oblong Records imprint - initially a Plank Records offshoot specialising in turn-of-the-millennium tech-house - Bushwacka has grabbed a collaborative cut from San Francisco scene legend Doc Martin and long-time friend in music Mark 'Blakkat' Bell. The pair first worked together in the studio back in the '90s, and 'Amberrox' is an undeniably nostalgic affair - a hybrid electro/breaks/acid workout of the sort that would have gone down well at Bay Area parties back in 1990. Bushwacka provides two takes - a punchy electro re-fix and a druggy-sounding, early 2000s tech-house tweak before Joeski lays down a bubbly, electronic house roller tailor-made for the wee small hours.
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Oceans & Seas
Oceans & Seas (double 12")
Cat: MNSXLP 005. Rel: 02 Jun 23
Arial (5:06)
Third Law (5:46)
Kill Mirror (5:23)
Hydrotower (5:48)
Eon (5:46)
Take It Back (6:01)
Henge (6:19)
Oceans & Seas (6:06)
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Mute Mode EP
Cat: CMB 002. Rel: 26 May 23
Mute Mode (5:04)
Up Here (In The Head) (4:38)
System Addict (4:34)
Worn Out Version (5:12)
Review: Cosmoba's debut release made all the right moves and now label owner Kalcagni builds on that early momentum by stepping up himself with a new four-tracker packed with fresh vibes. 'Mute Mode' is first up with the sort of meaningful chords that have you thinking deep while the reverberating kick lan with plenty of infectious bounce and acid lines fill in the spaces. 'Up Here (In The Head)' is serene electro to take you to the stars, then 'System Addict' gets more down and dirty on slapping hits and flashy leads while 'Worn Out Version' closes down with sci-fi effects and radiant chord smears. Top-class electro.
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Alien Liaison
Alien Liaison (limited 12")
Cat: TM 015. Rel: 26 May 23
Madranga (7:53)
An Astrologically Auspicious Moment (6:37)
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Increaser EP
Cat: M 049. Rel: 10 May 23
The Hook-Up (6:30)
Dark T (7:52)
Pushback (6:41)
Submission (7:21)
Review: Better-known in the Motor City as DJ Gusto, August Williams makes his bow on Detroit's original techno imprint, Juan Atkins' much-loved Metroplex. He first offers up 'The Hook Up', a relaxed electro workout marked out by hip-hop tempo beats, sparkling synthesiser arpeggio lines and gorgeous electronic melodies, before opting for a more hypnotic, dark, clandestine and minimalistic techno sound on superb machine jam 'Dark T'. Williams successfully blurs the boundaries between late-night deep house and sci-fi techno on 'Pushback', while 'Submission' pairs a vintage Motor City techno style groove with discordant, mind-mangling motifs.
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Distant Motive EP
Cat: MUTR 001. Rel: 16 Mar 23
Trnsmsn2u (6:27)
Specific Heat Capacity (Loop mix) (7:02)
Cyber Love (6:29)
0 Exceptions (6:24)
 in stock HK$136.21
Lost In Atlantis EP
Cat: PARTOUT 604. Rel: 24 Mar 23
Godloop (5:28)
Lost In Atlantis (6:46)
Control Freak (8:02)
Hedonismt (5:46)
Review: It has been just 25 years since The Men From Atlantis released their last EP XXX. The Partout lab has pulled out some previously unreleased tracks from the legendary outfit's vaults and offer them up here for your own cosmic delectation. 'Godloop' kicks off with high kicks and bass powering along a slinky hi hat line while gurgling leads ride up and down the mix. 'Lost In Atlantis' is packed with suspense and tension as the synths dart about the mix over leggy drums. 'Control Freak' then cuts more loose with a fatter bassline and spraying chords then 'Hedonism' goes deep and dark with a more mysterious feel. It's all classic tackle.
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Hydro Systems
Cat: EBEAMZ 021. Rel: 13 Mar 18
Hydro Systems (5:30)
Automate (feat Assembler Code) (4:44)
Bubble Boy (5:47)
Horner Acid (5:31)
Review: Sydney's Jensen Interceptor comes through after a productive and successful 2017, that saw him follow up his material for Boysnoize Records with a killer 12" on the infamous Central Processing Unit. The electro newbie lands with yet more previous industrialism on the E-Beamz imprint, a truly hyping label that is on a non-stop roll at the moment. "Hydro Systems" is a gnarly, headstrong bombshell that's all hands on decks thanks to its wild and fiery percussion, and "Automate" follows up on that with a dark, bleeping wormhole of sonics. The B-side kicks off with "Bubble Boy", a bubbling whirlpool of FX-heavy bass tones, and "Horner Acid" breaks out the techno guns with its twisted, interlinked layers of low frequencies.
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 in stock HK$101.67
Tour De France
Tour De France (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + booklet)
Cat: STUMM 310. Rel: 12 Nov 09
Tour De France (Etape 1)
Tour De France (Etape 2)
Tour De France (Etape 3)
Aero Dynamik
Elektro Kardiogramm
La Forme
Tour De France
 in stock HK$276.43
Adieux Au Dancefloor
Adieux Au Dancefloor (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: CITI 021. Rel: 03 Oct 16
I Dedicate My Life (5:50)
Interfaces (4:45)
Naive To The Bone (4:06)
Denial (4:03)
La Femme Ecarlate (3:47)
Good Vibes (Mocking Birds) (4:54)
Inferno (4:58)
Planete Ego (6:33)
Adieu Au Dancefloor (6:01)
Review: Given the underground acclaim heaped on Marie Davidson's previous albums - ultra-stylish affairs that blend elements of minimal wave, dark Italo-disco, off-kilter electro and moody ambient - it's little surprise to see her popping up on Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax. The album's nine tracks are largely sharp, rough and fuzzy, with sparse-but-dense drum machines rhythms underpinning bouncy, delay-laden synth lines, thrusting electronics and Davidson's sleazy, spoken word vocals. It's an attractive combination that guarantees thrills throughout, from the almost claustrophobic throb of "Denial", to the mutant electrofunk bounce of "Good Vibes".
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Wormhole Of Time
Wormhole Of Time (2xLP + zine)
Cat: OA 009. Rel: 14 Dec 21
Viva La Differenze! + Razzillian Ruzzodox (6:18)
The Art Of Peace (edit) (6:10)
ZONE (4:30)
Zoat Zingo (5:03)
Theme From The Surreal Estate (6:33)
Untitled (6:21)
Homeworld (edit) (7:16)
Moonlight (5:56)
Bladerunner02 (3:07)
Alt QuadPhunk (5:59)
Marja-Liisa (7:15)
Review: This archival release on Organic Analogue digs back into the prolific '90s period of Swedish techno maverick Jean-Louis Huhta, aka Dungeon Acid. These days he releases on iDEAL, Fit Sound, Borft and Klasse Wrecks, but he cut his techno teeth on labels like Hybrid, Svek and H. Productions. Clad in artwork details by Swedish graffiti legend Nug, Wormhole Of Time comprises unreleased cuts and long out-of-print jams spanning many of Huhta's aliases. The release also comes with a zine featuring photographs and an interview reflecting on Huhta's multifarious life in music.

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 in stock HK$203.25
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