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Hard Times
Cat: FXHE OD2. Rel: 30 May 23
Hard Times (Omar S mix) (6:02)
Hard Times (instrumental) (6:01)
Hard Times (Johnny Jewel vocal mix) (6:02)
Review: Detroit legend Omar S returns this week on his always different but always unmissable FXHE label with the bouncy and neon-lit groove of 'Hard Times', which sees him collaborate once again with Megan Louise of Canadian outfit Desire (Italians Do It Better) on vocals. The original comes backed with a handy instrumental mix and a dreamy, plus an evocative rework by IDIB chief Johnny Jewel over on the flip.
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 in stock HK$138.17
Change This Pain For Ecstasy
Cat: KOMPAKT 464. Rel: 07 Jun 23
Change This Pain For Ecstasy (extended version)
Review: Rex The Dog has been a Kompakt artist seemingly forever but this is actually his first new music on the Cologne powerhouse in three years. He heads off on a slow-burning disco stomper that has him tweaking as much magnificence as possible out of his modular synth setup. 'Change This Pain For Ecstasy' is stripped back and pulses with energy as chords sweep through the skies and a delirious voice pleads for you to "take away my sorrow and this pain". On the flip is 'Moto' which builds from subtle vibrations to become a hefty techno cut with wild and erupting tones and crackling, corroding sounds all filling the airwaves.
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! low stock HK$109.77
Habe Ich Gewonnen?
Habe Ich Gewonnen? (12" in die-cut sleeve) (1 per customer)
Cat: GIEGLING 29. Rel: 06 Jun 23
Ice Bear (6:28)
Habe Ich Gewonen (0:59)
La Petite Mort (7:24)
In Reverence (12:37)
Review: .
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 in stock HK$111.82
Law Of Grace (reissue)
Cat: TR 035. Rel: 06 Mar 23
Law Of Grace (10:45)
Meltdown (6:28)
Lady Science (Tek mix) (5:52)
Review: As Soul Capsule, Baby Ford and Thomas Melchior made some of minimal techno's most accomplished records. It has been many years since they stopped turning out new material - sadly - but their archive tracks are still in hot demand and undeniably relevant. While 1999's 'Lady Science' might be their most famous offering, this EP from 2001 on Aspect Music is no less vital and it will currently cost you well over L250 on second-hand markets. It is Ford's Trelik label who reissues it here in all its glory: the entirety of the a-side is taken up with 'Law Of Grace,' a delightfully deep and breezy minimal dub house roller with pensive chords draped over the frictionless drums. 'Meltdown' has a more experimental feel with brushed metal drums beneath a wordless vocal musing. The cult 'Lady Science' (Tek Mix) is also inched with the whole package being remastered by D&M to make this one utterly essential.
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 in stock HK$89.38
ENDZ 052
ENDZ 052 (clear splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 052. Rel: 16 May 23
Can't Slow Down
Review: The unstoppable Eastenderz label run by East End Dubs is now well over 50 releases deep yet still serves up music that makes a real impact when it arrives. Max Dean is behind this latest fresh fusion of house, dub and tech with 'Can't Slow Down' opening up on a way of subtly uplifting synths and with throwback vocal samples adding some good time magic. 'Focus' is more bubbly and bouncy, with rich and glowing melodic daubs looping over a slick groove. 'Uppy' is a third and final buffed up tech cut with rasping bass and plenty of colourful synths all bringing it to life.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock HK$119.92
Summer Love EP
Summer Love EP (limited 12")
Cat: HR 010. Rel: 07 Jun 23
Summer Love (5:07)
Mutant (5:58)
It Is What It Is (4:39)
909 Voices (6:01)
Review: Heko Records have perfected the craft of "dreamatic" house music, a formula that has nestled itself firmly in the collective psyche of dance music-makers ever since Dreamatic released the track 'Audio Trip'. Here they welcome Innershades to the fore for a new EP that refreshes the style for the present, with heaters like 'Summer Love' seeming to take direct inspiration from the aforementioned track, while adding a modern flair. Things slowly get more bloopy and hard, as 'Mutant' squelches and hat-scratches away against a bed of yet more pads, while '909 Voices' similarly lulls us into a hypnotic state with a slow tapering-off into ravier territories.
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 in stock HK$136.21
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
OMM 005
OMM 005 (limited 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: OMM 005. Rel: 09 May 23
AAA001A (10:21)
BBB001B (8:12)
BBB002B (8:17)
Review: 12",180g, Vinyl Only. Limited copies and no repess!
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Tags: Minimal
 in stock HK$121.87
WQ1 (12")
Cat: THL 028. Rel: 22 May 23
WQ1 (7:20)
WQ2 (7:30)
WQ3 (7:20)
WQ4 (6:44)
Review: Waage is a firm favourite amongst dub techno fans. The Icelandic producer has long been turning out icy and atmospheric rollers for the heads and here he works alongside a fresh name, Quantal, who is sure to go on to big things. Here they land on Thule Records, a legendary label in its own right with roots going back to 1995. They kick off with the textured dub of 'WQ1' which has glitchy sounds paying over the rolling drums. 'WQ2' is much more smooth and streamlined, with an underwater current that sweeps you off your feet, then 'WQ3' leans into the wind with hypnotic techno drums and vamping chords that melt the mind. Last of all comes 'WQ4', a timeless dub with infinite horizons and the most frictionless drum loops.
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Tags: Dub Techno
 in stock HK$113.77
Soul Brothers EP (feat Franco Cinelli mix)
Close To Gate (7:03)
Soul Brothers (7:05)
Simple Minds (6:31)
Simple Minds (Franco Cinelli remix) (7:50)
Review: Politics Of Dancing once again gets our vote here with some balmy deep house propositions from the eponymous production team working alongside French stylist Djebali. 'Close To Gate' layers balmy pads and smeared chords over punchy and dynamic drums with plenty of cosmic effects up top. There is a little more urgency to 'Soul Brothers' which skates and skips along nicely beneath shimmering vocals sounds and wispy melodies. 'Simple Minds' brings more physical drum work and infectious finger clicks while the Franco Cinelli remix gets things on more of a breezy and rolling tip. A useful, heartwarming EP of modern deep house music.
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 in stock HK$136.21
Fun House
Fun House (2xLP)
Cat: AF 004. Rel: 24 May 23
Grasslands (feat Mitchell Yoshida & John FM) (5:41)
Visions Of You (feat Mitchell Yoshida & John FM) (5:56)
Totall Recall (feat Mitchell Yoshida, John FM & Carla Azar) (2:29)
Car Dates (feat Tyesha Blount & Carla Azar) (4:22)
Slide (feat John FM, Mitchell Yoshida & Billy Lotion) (6:18)
Keeping Me (feat Mitchell Yoshida, John FM, Troialexis) (5:41)
Growing Old (feat Mitchell Yoshida, Amir Hasan) (6:02)
Morning Ride (feat Mitchell Yoshida) (5:35)
Selinho Na Calcinha (feat Alexia Bomtempo & Mauro Refosco) (11:53)
Saturn Eats His Young (feat Supercoolwicked) (3:57)
Review: If anything, the hugely prolific Motor City mainstay that is Omar S seems to be getting even more prolific as time goes on. His vast catalogue grows once more here with Fun House, which finds Alister Fawnwoda exploring a wide range of dance music styles alongside guests such as FXHE regular John F.M., plus Mitchell Yoshida, Super Cool Wired, Troi Alexis, Tyesha Blount and more, with all the production, lyrics and mixing taken care of by Omar S himself. The tracks range from seductive deep house to edgy mechanical techno, dubbed out downbeat joints and smooth electronic Detroit soul. It is yet another crucial chapter in the FXHE and Omar S story.

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 in stock HK$209.40
House Music (remixes & original)
Cat: YOSHICLASSIC 1. Rel: 22 Dec 22
House Music (Robosonic remix) (6:50)
House Music (Uto Karem remix) (6:29)
House Music (Anthony Attalla remix) (6:36)
House Music (remastered) (8:10)
Played by: Vincent Inc
Tags: Tech House
 in stock HK$117.87
A001 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: A 001. Rel: 15 May 23
Ritmatic (8:09)
Powermood (8:06)
Mucanue (8:05)
Review: New label Autochrome kicks off with good intent - not only does this one come on nice heavyweight wax with a cheeky Homer Simpson logo, but the minimal tech beats are fresh indeed. 'Ritmatic' is all bubbly lines and underlapping bass, with gurgling synths making you move. 'Powermood' then gets more funky, with clipped bass vocals smeared into the arrangement to bring soul and dynamism. 'Mucanue' closes out with balmy cosmic pads swirling around clacking drums. A fine debut.

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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
 in stock HK$113.77
Hallways (12")
Cat: OYSTER 44. Rel: 02 Jun 23
Olsvanger - "The Triss" (6:44)
Olsvanger - "Darkroom Dubz" (7:29)
MYKI - "Jammonia!" (7:17)
MYKI - "Vermountia" (6:25)
Review: After appearing on a run of compilation releases, Olsvanger makes a fully-fledged EP outing with MYKI for this classy split 12" on Kalahari Oyster Cult. Of course the label carries a certain weight in its vibe, so you should have some idea of what to expect - that productive seam where deep tech house and trance crossover so everyone can let their limbs get nice and loose around the speaker stacks. Olsvanger's tracks veer from the sleek, techy chord pulses of 'The Triss' to the quirky, playfully dark 'Darkroom Dubz', while MYKI brings all kinds of trippy signal processing to the sounds inhabiting 'Jammonia!' and keeps the tempo up in the process. 'Vermountia' is no slouch either, clearly geared towards those who want their wiggy trance gear fast but elegant, which is not always the easiest combination to find.
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 in stock HK$117.87
Make A Move (reissue)
Cat: TR 014. Rel: 02 May 23
Make A Move (part 1) (7:44)
Make A Move (part 2) (7:23)
Stay On (5:38)
Review: Minimal Man is the legendary studio partnership between Eon (aka Ian Loveday) and Baby Ford. They cooked up some of minimal's most essential tunes some 20-odd years ago and they have become expensive and highly sought after since. This EP is one of them and it features three killer cuts that will move a dancefloor as much today as ever. 'Make A Move' has a pent-up energy and forward drive that sweeps you up and keeps you locked amongst soft hi-hats and vamping chords. Part 2 is a little darker and more mysterious, with the drum loops a little edgier and the mood that bit more mischievous. 'Stay On' closes down with bubbling drum funk and swirling abstract synth world from deep inside some distant nebula in the sky.

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 in stock HK$117.87
In Rave We Cave (1st Edition)
Forty Fings Dynamo - "Inversion" (6:37)
Tingz - "Raveolution" (Acid mix) (6:10)
Pedro Bertho - "TOITOI" (6:33)
COEO - "Vertigo" (4:40)
Review: It's all about the early 90s vibes on this 12" from Fauvre as four underground anthems from the era are revisited. Forty Wings Dynamo's 'Inversion' has a dubby, dreamy progressive house feel, its epic outlook and echoing percussion inevitably bringing Leftfield's first handful of 12"s to mind, before 'Raveolution' (Acid mix) brings a more jungle techno feel with sliced up breaks skittering around the four-to-the-floor kicks. Pedro Bertho's 'TOITOI' starts side two, nodding to Jaydee's 'Plastic Dreams' with its soulful keys creating magic over a simple, banging techno framework before COEO's 'Vertigo' gets to work with its proto-breakbeat beats and one utterly orgasmic breakdown. Well worth a step back in time.
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 in stock HK$103.72
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
Every Other Day
Cat: SNFKCLP 002. Rel: 02 Jun 23
UFO (7:49)
Egoland (6:36)
Kooky (6:21)
Vae Victis (6:28)
Teleport (6:27)
Wish (6:12)
Potluck (6:44)
False Step (6:38)
! low stock HK$128.12
Moblack Gold Vol V
ACN - "Creatures" (6:10)
Emanuele Esposito - "Tuwani" (feat Mavhungu) (7:27)
Eden Shalev - "Cantos De Dennadon" (feat Cantos Des Baobab) (5:00)
Simo Moumen - "Samsara" (7:27)
Review: .Naples-based Afro house label MoBlack returns with the fifth edition in its various artist series titled Gold, tapping some of the scene's heavy hitters for their unique style of contributions to the catalogue. ACN opens up with the entrancing spiritualism of 'Creatures' on the A-side, followed by some of Emanuele Esposito's hypnotic polyrhythms on 'Tuwani' (feat Mavhungu). Over on the flip, Eden Shalev will elevate you with the truly life-affirming vibes of 'Cantos De Dennadon' (feat Cantos Des Baobab) and finally Simo Moumen treads deeper into moodier territory on the heady 'Samsara'.
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Shout (12")
Cat: CS 033. Rel: 24 Apr 23
Shout (6:54)
Remember (6:44)
Review: Constant Sound co-owner James 'Burnski' Burnham delivers a stonking pair of garage-flecked house tracks that offer up no nonsense dancefloor attitude in spades. 'Shout' is all about its monster rhythmic framework, with economic splashes of synths on the side simply maintaining the flavour and a properly full on old skool breakdown. Flip track 'Remember' leans a little further towards UK garage with its sugar sweet female vocal snippets, but the central groove hustles and bustles along with maximum weightiness, making it suitable for any number of differing dancefloors.
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 in stock HK$91.53
UZVAR 007 (12")
Cat: UZVAR 007. Rel: 31 May 23
Kirik & Zone+ - "Well Well Well" (6:25)
Zone+ - "Lynkar " (6:08)
Kirik & Zone+ - "New Way" (7:09)
Zone+ - "Xpander" (5:45)
Review: Ten years since his first drops on Body Parts et al, Kirik can easily be considered a mainstay of the Eastern European minimal scene, and his Uzvar label has kicked back into action in defiance of the pressure foisted upon his Ukrainian homeland. The latest drop on the label finds him teaming up with Zone+, offering up some charmingly beautiful cuts that place musicality in front of functionality. Don't be mistaken, these tracks all groove and shuffle with the floor in mind, but the shimmering synths on 'Well Well Well' and the hushed pads and keys on 'New Way' all speak on an emotional level, which can only bring magic results when deployed the right way in the dance.
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
! low stock HK$115.92
Raw Viz Shun EP
Solid Gold Playaz - "I Can't Think (The Nation Is Sick)" (7:11)
Solid Gold Playaz - "I Sold My Life To Acid" (7:13)
Gari Romalis - "Detroit After Dark" (7:30)
Brian Neal - "Panties" (4:01)
Review: Upstairs Asylum Recordings is one of the many seminal Detroit labels run by local legend Norm Talley. It's right in the middle of a busy run right now with no fewer superb run with three new EPs all dropping in quick succession. This one is a split EP with US duo Solid Gold Playaz taking care of the a-side. As always with this pair, their sounds are deep and dusty house with exquisite melodies tugging at the heart. On the flip, Gari Romalis steps up with the slick percussive skip of 'Detroit After Dark' then 'Panties' from Brian Neal brings jacked up analogue groves that lean into techno with a big fat bassline.
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Played by: Ney Faustini
! low stock HK$119.92
Flickering Lights (feat Anton Kubikov mix)
Flickering Lights (6:38)
Flickering Lights (Anton Kubikov remix) (7:36)
Sacred Nights (6:30)
Roaming (5:34)
Review: Copenhagen-based Icelander Ohm and Berlin-based Philipp Priebe mine the warmest depths of dub techno here across three stumble originals. 'Flickering Lights' is silky and muted, with smooth drums and claps gliding over a cavernous groove that is subtly lit with sustained chords. The Anton Kubikov remix is more lithe and electronic, with reflective synths and nimble leads making for a minimalistic workout. There is then a shadowy but dynamic dub vibe to 'Sacred Night' before 'Roaming' rives this EP home with a mix of deft sound designs and pillow dub drums. It's brilliantly introspective.
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Tags: Dub Techno
 in stock HK$101.67
Komodo Dubs
Komodo Dubs (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: LPY 11. Rel: 15 May 23
Rotation (6:21)
Noir (6:31)
Expiravit (6:17)
Aeon (6:22)
Review: San Francisco is most often associated with the cartoon sounds of DirtyBird when it comes to electronic music but Federsen offers up some deliciously deep dub techno here. He joins the Lempuyang stable and brings with him plenty of fine Maurizio influences from the off: 'Rotation' is all grainy pads and lo-fi drum loops , 'Noir' has a more silky and minimal tech house feel and 'Expiravit' brings a classic dub sound. The closing track 'Aeon' is perfect for late night smoking sessions.
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Tags: Dub Techno
 in stock HK$107.72
ABA 011
ABA 011 (12")
Cat: ABA 011. Rel: 18 May 23
Cash Call
Euro Gap
Review: Nick Beringer is a man who can program and brilliantly tight and kinetic groove with his drum machines no matter the genre. This new 12" on Abartik finds him doing just that, firstly within a house framework on 'Transatlantic', a nice deep and silky cut with effortlessly cool vibes. 'Cash Call' is a more gritty minimal and tech fusion with bobbling bass and splashy hi hats, then 'Euro Gap' mixes up gurgling acid with neon chords and nice trippy designs that will work the afters. 'Rm90' keeps up that vibe with more deft designs and liquid electronic funk that waves its way deep into your brain.
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
 in stock HK$115.92
MSZ 01
MSZ 01 (limited 12")
Cat: MSZ 01. Rel: 05 Jun 23
Track 1 (5:44)
Track 2 (5:54)
Track 3 (6:49)
Track 4 (5:18)
Review: We don't know anything about this new self titled EP and label project from MSZ but the music is well worth talking about. 'Track 1' sets off at a slick pace with polished and punchy drums layered up with balmy chords and a classy peak time energy that will get fists skyward and faces smiling. It's a smooth and super cool opener, and the second cut is no less colourful and charming with its busy, garage-tinged drums and low-key bassline funk. On the flip are two more cuts that mix house, tech, electro, breaks, bass and spaced-out vibes into something driving and dynamic.
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 in stock HK$77.28
Reflections Of The Outer Object
Cat: MYS 017. Rel: 22 May 23
Floating (5:07)
Reflections Of The Outer Object (8:02)
Phantasme (6:36)
Give In & Resist (7:40)
Review: Mysticisms continues its global search for amazing music, hitting gold again with an EP of four previously unreleased house meets IDM with a dreamy edges by Romania's HAN aka Dan Handrabur, culled from early studio recordings between 1991-95. After getting into record store culture he began building a studio and eventually gave up studying in favour of production, relocated to Vancouver, Canada, where his debut release (as X Drone with Adham Shaikh in 1993) began to establish Handrabur's role as an integral part its electronic scene. Appearances with Harthouse, Exist Dance, Eye Q Records and many more followed, plus collaborations with the legendary Phil Western. The four tracks here haven't aged at all, with nimble beats, action-packed arrangements and dreamy atmospheres, 'Give In & Resist' coming on like Rising High-era Mixmaster Morris crossed with the playfulness of Air Liquide, and 'Phantasme' revelling in the same cross-rhythmic fun that informed The Black Dog's classics.
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Cat: COWBEATS 003. Rel: 03 Apr 23
Innershade - "The Mystery" (5:36)
Rizzi & Falsini - "Proximity Field Music" (5:28)
Manipulate - "Love Me Too" (5:40)
Rizzi & Lapucci - "Funk Da Beat" (4:15)
Review: Cowbeats continue to 'milk the cow' that is acid trance, effectively skying the milk that pours forth before regurgitating it in pasteurised, mastered form. Innershade, Rizzi, Falsini, Manipulate and Lapucci all contribute to this rather weird and boundary-pushing trance selection; 'Proximity Field Music' sounds like trance from the next planet over, while 'Love Me Too' proves that even microgenres as snappy as speed garage can be tranceified.
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 in stock HK$121.87
Afrika (12")
Cat: MOMENTS 010. Rel: 09 May 23
Afrika (7:14)
Meco (7:49)
Oasis (6:39)
Review: The Moments label marks its 10th release by signing up Simon Vuarambon, a Swiss artist who is currently living in Argentina. He is an assured producer with a dozen years of experience and shows that here with some well-designed melodic house. 'Afrika' has a sea of synths dancing in shimmering patterns above churning tech drums. 'Meco' has a darker energy, the drums bringing a little more while the synths cast looming shadows up top. 'Oasis' is the final piece of the puzzle and another fuzzy tech cut doused in textural synth patterns.
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Tags: Tech House
! low stock HK$130.07
Der Sprung EP
Der Sprung EP (orange vinyl 12")
Cat: SOH 032. Rel: 31 May 23
Der Sprung (6:59)
Libelula (5:46)
Coal In My Chest (Frankey & Sandrino remix) (5:36)
Review: Frankey & Sandrino go together like tea and cake, like clubbing and expensive water, or like DC10 and v-neck t-shirts. They are an accomplished pair who know exactly what they are doing in the studio and how to get the biggest reactions on the dance floor. For this new outing, they find themselves on Sum Over Histories with three more tech house cuts full of tension. 'Der Sprung' is cold and steely, the abstract sounds making for an austere listen while 'Libelula' has a more empowering feel on chunky marching drums overlaid with confident synths. 'Coal In My Chest' is a cinematic ambient piece.
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 in stock HK$138.17
Gonzo Goa: Party Music 87-94
Gonzo Goa: Party Music 87-94 (gatefold 2xLP + poster)
Cat: SMI 002. Rel: 23 May 23
Mindfield - "Saturnalia 4" (7:56)
Apostolis - "Clock Croc" (House Quickly mix) (7:19)
FUSE - "FU2" (Re edit) (5:25)
Peyote - "Alcatraz" (7:02)
Psyche - "The Saint Became A Lush" (6:25)
Man With No Name - "From Within" (5:23)
Zen - "Solar Data" (extended Tribal mix) (5:17)
Francesco Farfa & Joy Kitikonti - "Beat Control" (Siena mix I) (8:14)
Public Relation - "Eighty Eight" (instrumental) (4:35)
Ghostdance - "Ghostbeat" (New Beat mix) (5:05)
Chris & Cosey - "Exotika" (12" remix) (6:00)
Review: For their second release, Sound Migration has taken a deep dive into the music that soundtracked the infamous Goa party scene - initially populated by exiled hippies, but later a holiday haven for British E casualties and young Israeli ravers - between 1987 and 94. The tracks were chosen by scene stalwart (and key DJ) Ray Castle, making the blend of post-industrial EBM, early trance, new beat, formative progressive house and acid techno accurate and authentic. It's a fantastic musical snapshot that surprisingly sounds fresh and contemporary, with our picks of a very strong bunch including the bustling brilliance of FUSE's 'FU (2) (Re-Edit)', the glassy-eyed Euro synth-pop chug of Psyche's 'The Saint Became A Lush', the dreamy-but-acidic colour of Man With No Name's 'From Within', and the foreboding new beat shuffle of Public Relation's 'Eighty Eight (Instrumental)'.
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 in stock HK$276.43
Parade Musicale
Parade Musicale (180 gram vinyl 12" repress)
Cat: WTMC 001. Rel: 02 May 23
Parade Musicale (7:18)
Fetes De Jour (7:55)
Grande Serenade (7:12)
Avoir L'Air (feat Parbleu) (7:16)
Review: Theory of Movement is back with more of their distinctive new deep house sounds. This is of course a collaborative project between Dan Piu and Grant and we haven't heard from them since back in 2018. With this latest outing though they remind us of their quality with all shades of classic-sounding house served up with some signature melodies to mark the first release on Grant's new label When the Morning Comes Records. On the back side is a special collaboration with Parbleu that results in some blessed out late-night soul.

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 in stock HK$97.48
ECHOLTD 007 (180 gram blue marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: ECHOLTD 007. Rel: 25 May 23
Phenyl (4:57)
Owl Dub (4:34)
Distant Realm (4:55)
Static Dub (4:29)
Review: Dutch artist Frenk Dublin is evidently a master of minimalism and sublimation, with his new EP for Echo Ltd. here somehow managing to convey abyssal levels of depth, all while not seeming to reveal too much or indulge too many complex parts. It's this paradox that rests at the heart of dub techno; like dubstep, the trick is to emphasise weight and space, while layering things subtly enough not to betray the mystery. It's a well-deserved release for the esteemed label, following up priors on Dub Communication and Planet Rhythm. The most polished gem? 'Static Dub', which uniquely blends both high and low chord stabs, and gets them to take up wholly different rhythm- and freqspace.
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 in stock HK$128.12
Confluence 02
Confluence 02 (grey marbled vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: CNF 002. Rel: 31 May 23
Simone Bauer - "Iperbolica" (7:14)
Daniel[i] - "Brandzeichen" (7:26)
Dycide - "Nano" (6:01)
Akob - "Fractal Jungle" (5:55)
Polygonia - "Messing" (7:09)
Saebius - "Kelpie" (6:48)
Atomic Moog - "Musa" (6:59)
Sindh - "Kohe Mondi" (5:55)
Review: Discover the second volume of the Confluence series from the Parisian label Lowless, which explores the more mental and esoteric fringes of underground techno. The double vinyl release features ascendant producers such as Simone Bauer who presents the futurist hypnotiser 'Iperbolica' as well as Daniel(i) serving up the peak time atmospherica of 'Brandzeichen', in addition to Akob's high tech entrancer 'Fractal Jungle', the ever reliable Polygonia with the mind warping polyrhythms of 'Messing' and Sindh with the off-kilter brain bender that is 'Kohe Mondi' among others.
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Ambient Occlusion
Cat: STLP 01. Rel: 24 May 23
White Noise Movie (7:12)
Indigo Machine (7:02)
Denime 93 (7:18)
Raw Paving Stones (7:16)
Task 8.1 (7:07)
M10 1 (7:27)
Autobahn In Fall (6:39)
West Cold Last (7:02)
Review: Anton Kubikov goes deep on his new album for Dutch label Stately. Over several previous EPs and albums like Whatness he has proven himself adept at layering up dub techno, cooking up vital tech house and immersing us in rich ambient soundscapes and all of that comes together here across eight sublime tracks. The likes of 'Raw Paving Stones' are perfectly smooth and seductive dub techno cavernous in which to get lost while 'Task 8.1' ups the ante with static electricity racing over the face of the more techno-leaning drums and 'Autobahn In Fall' is lithe, funky almost. A timeless opus for lovers of dubbed out techno.
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Camarque (clear splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: SYNCRO 40. Rel: 01 Jun 23
Camarque (Dark dub) (7:28)
Firm (5:56)
Mental Nutrition (7:48)
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Overcome/Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)
Cat: TR 11:11. Rel: 24 Apr 23
Overcome (9:00)
Lady Science (NYC Sunrise) (9:22)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Trelik returns with a repackaged edition of one of the catalogue's most treasured releases. "Overcome" and "Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)" need little introduction, and now come sporting the new TR11:11 matrix number. Written and produced by Thomas Melchior and Baby Ford aka Soul Capsule, these tracks came from one of the many sessions recorded at the West London Ifach Studio in 1999. On the A Side "Overcome" is stripped back and energetic, driven by rolling and shuffling garage style beats, tight bubbling bass and atmospheric synth pads. The intermittent vocal samples and the release's signature organ set you up for the flip, "Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)". Possibly one of house music's most emotive pieces, the track builds slowly with the introduction of each part building a story of soulful optimism based around a sparse palette of deep synths, uplifting keys and warm analogue bass. The understated beauty of the main vocal riff never seems to grow old or tired with the track lending itself perfectly to either main room, peak-time play or after-hours sessions alike. Remastered by Rashad at D & M.
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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)
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Moon & The Sun
Cat: MUSIK 115. Rel: 05 Jun 23
Moon And The Sun (6:49)
No Snakes Please (6:40)
LSD (6:11)
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Tanzen (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: RS 056LP. Rel: 17 May 23
Tanzen (feat Ina - club mix)
Tanzen (feat Ina - Mate mix)
Mind Over Mate
Not Of This World
Tanzen (Paula Tape remix)
Review: Fresh from delivering a solid three-tracker on Drum Chums, Hidden Spheres returns to Rhythm Section International with what could be his most expansive and hard-to-pigeonhole EP to date. The Manchester producer excels on the A-side with 'Tanzen', a pleasingly nostalgic, warehouse-ready affair available in two distinctive forms: the breezy piano-sporting, summery, analogue-rich deep house gem that is the spine-tingling club mix, and the sweat-soaked, sub-heavy jack-track that is the 'Mate mix'. Elsewhere, he opts for weighty sub-bass, looped stabs and vintage turn-of-the-90s deep house vibes on 'Mind Over Mate' and reaches for sparse electro-not-electro beats on the late '80s early morning brilliance of 'Not Of This World'. To round off the EP, Paula Tape opts for hands-raised acid house nostalgia on her fine revision of 'Tanzen'.
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Resort Island
Cat: RESORTISLAND 02. Rel: 25 May 23
Coco's Visa (3:15)
Canada Balsam (6:14)
Pardon My French (5:24)
Con O Sin (5:35)
Let's Dence (3:17)
Modernation (5:25)
Rumour (6:29)
Clap Gently (2:25)
Tender Date (5:10)
7eleven2 (4:39)
Review: Isolee has veteran status by now in the underground electronic world. He has been crafting his own signature stripped-back minimal sounds for many years, but still finds fresh inspiration with each new outing. And this latest one is his most grand in some time - Resort Island is a double album that goes deep into every facet of his sound. There are glistening melodic rollers like the opener next to more percussive and tribal-sounding grooves such as 'Canada Balsam'. 'Con O Sin' is infectious minimal tech with elegant string sounds and 'Clap Gently' is introverted and melancholic for late night sessions. The variety and craft here is hugely impressive.
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Dis Chronicles Vol 2
Dis Chronicles Vol 2 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: REPEAT 13. Rel: 18 May 23
Grant Dell & Richie Littler - "Disco Hit"
Len Lewis - "Illicit" (Grant Dell Up Yer Strasse dub)
Grant Dell - "Fari A Come"
Review: The Repeat label is doing a great service to the culture of real tech house, nodding to that late 90s sound and carrying work from the likes of Jay Tripwire, Eddie Richards and now Grant Dell. The Dis Chronicles series hits part two with some further obscurities from back in the day which sound as relevant now as they were futuristic back then. 'Disco Hit' was a collaborative effort from Dell and Richie Littler, and it's utterly addictive thanks to those cheeky DX7 organ licks, while Dell's 'Up Yer Strasse Dub' of Len Lewis' 'Illicit' is chunky and dubby in equal measure. Dell's own 'Fari A Come' completes the set with a more overt drop into dub territory, sampling a true Jamaican legend and showing how the tech house sound could transplant onto backroom, head-nodding gear in style.
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Tags: Tech House
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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
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Music In Motion
Boo Williams - "Tickin Clock" (6:57)
Eric Johnson - "Melodic Gruv" (6:43)
Reggie Dokes - "Mother's Child" (5:53)
Reggie Dokes - "End Of Time" (5:24)
Review: Norm Talley's Upstairs Asylum label only arrived in 2021 but is already up there with the great Motor City imprints. The boss has been busy putting together a trio of new EPs for the first half of 2023 that showcases a wealth of Mid-West talent. House hero Boo Williams kicks off this one with his typically tight drum programming and party-starting synth work on 'Tickin Clock.' Eric Johnson keeps it raw, deep and loopy on 'Melodic Gruv' then Reggie Dokes brings his signature Atlanta house sound to 'Mother's Child' with its melancholic lead sax and 'End of Time' is a broken beat bliss out.
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Jade Seatle & Jane Fitz Present The Sound Of Night Moves
Cat: KNOE NM/1. Rel: 05 May 23
Nimbus - "Entron" (7:23)
Mick Welch - "Seventh Sense" (6:15)
JV & Red Eye Feat. Apolesse - "Already Mine" (dub mix) (7:13)
Patrick Milne & Pete Hemsley - "Bounce" (6:21)
L. E. Bass - "Rhythms" (6:39)
Margate Fly - "Jimmy Clanfield" (5:53)
Sean Thomas - "Free Thing" (6:19)
T-Jay - "Reel Love" (8:36)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Jade Seatle met Jane Fitz at tech-house haven Kerfuffle in Brixton around 2005 or 06 (they don't remember). They bonded that day over records, and a strange story about a pebble. Disillusioned with parties in London, rather than moan, Jade and Jane decided to make their own. Night Moves was born in 2012, after they visited Jenifa Mayanja in Connecticut in summer 2011 and promised her a party to play in London. What then evolved was a journey in music, gatherings and friendship - and a lesson in how a community can evolve from a dancefloor. Night Moves spawned Day Moves, Field Moves, a B2B partnership, and many ridiculous parties in a range of wonderful locations. The records on this release not only represent the sound of Night Moves - all are tried-and-tested NM greatest hits - but also the sound that brought Jade and Jane together, and informed what they do now, where they've been and where they are still to go. For Those That Knoe is proud to invite Jade Seatle and Jane Fitz to present the Sound of Night Moves - only available on vinyl!

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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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Underground Grooves Vol 02
Cat: IAF 002. Rel: 09 May 23
Not For Radio (7:25)
Dub 3 (5:04)
Mr Chr$ (65) (5:41)
Timeless Groove (4:40)
Review: Is A Feeling follows up its debut 12" with a classy and varied house offering from Triform. It kicks off with some old school and jacked-up sounds on 'Not For Radio' where analogue drums, silvery cowbells and ticking hi-hats get you in a sweat. Then it's a more drum-led and low-slung affair on the swinging 'Dub 3'. 'Mr Chr$ (65)' shows this artist's range as things become more stripped back and tech-inclined, with silky drum loops and watery droplets backed by diffuse chord work. 'Timeless Groove' then heads back to the old school with lush piano chords and sustained pads bringing the good times.
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Tags: Tech House
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Las Ramblas (reissue)
Cat: TR 013. Rel: 05 Dec 22
Las Ramblas (part 1) (7:49)
Las Ramblas (part 2) (7:47)
Las Ramblas (part 3) (6:46)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: The first Soul Capsule release gets a timely reissue - certainly if the silly prices it's reached of late on the second hand market - as well as a getting a loving remastering courtesy of D&M. All three parts are swampy, sweaty tech workouts that bump along with an almost indecent willingness to tempt you onto the floor and a groove with way more sexy swing than the minimal genre usually has contact with. Part two is traditionally the most celebrated of the three if internet chatter is to be believed, but some wonderfully subtle go-go percussion makes part three the most immediate of the bunch, with part one's distinctly darkside atmospherics and snippet of female gospel voice clearly wield an air of the classic.
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The Greater Good
Cat: CS 036. Rel: 15 May 23
The Greater Good (5:27)
Newbie Bounce (5:34)
Flow Groover (6:00)
On Edge (5:44)
Review: German beat maker Fabe has emerged over recent years as one of tech house's most skilled groove smiths. His drums and bass are always seductive no matter their style. Here he links up with Burnski aka Instinct's Constant Sound label for four more irresistible nuggets. 'The Greater Good' is super quick as it glides over rippling bass with silky chords, then 'Newbie Bounce' has a more weighty groove. There is elastic funk and US swing in the shuffling goodness of 'Flow Groover' then 'On Edge' closes out with bulky deep house beats and late-night synth work of the highest order.
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
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What? (12")
Cat: CB 027. Rel: 09 May 23
What? (5:57)
Retreat (5:29)
Listen (5:28)
This One (5:05)
Review: It's still hard to keep up with all of Burnski's many different labels, but we're not complaining. This one, Constant Black, mixes up things with a tech and minimal twist and next to do so is Daniel Akbar. 'What' soon wins you over with its kinetic and infectious drum programming and smart samples - a phased vocal and a twisted synth lead. 'Retreat' gets more physical - the drums bang with an old-school flavour and hint of tribalism. 'Listen' is a big fat tech roller with low slung bass and 'This One' rounds out with some brilliant drum, hits and brain-frying bass sounds. Pow pow, what a record.
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