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33 Tours Et Puis S'en Vont
33 Tours Et Puis S'en Vont (gatefold triple 12" + fold-out poster)
Cat: COD 3QR33TEPSVLP. Rel: 07 Jun 23
Tales From The Real World (version instrumentale) (10:39)
Liebe Grube Aus Cucuron (10:20)
Reviens La Nuit (Dj edit) (11:40)
On The Record (part 3) (9:16)
Saturn Drive Duplex (feat Alan Vega) (9:39)
Closer To You (feat Scan X) (9:08)
Sake Stars Fever (9:44)
Cing O Clock In Le Matin (8:38)
In Your Phase (feat 22carbone) (8:08)
Give Me Some Sulfites (10:10)
Au Clair De Ta Lune (10:58)
Granulator Bordelum (9:01)
Review: Titanic French techno talent and famously nice bulk Laurent Garnier has announced recently that he will be stepping away from touring quite as much as he currently does in the future. He softened that blow, though, with news of his new album 33 Tours Et Puis S'en Vont', via his COD3 QR label. It is his first solo long player in some eight years and finds him firmly focused on the dancefloor. His fizzing, synth-heavy techno style dominates, but there are plenty of lush vocal cuts, influences from hip-hop and broken beat, with even a drum & bass experiment appearing in the form of 'Sado Miso'. A fine return for this true legend.
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 in stock HK$262.28
Hongkong (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: FIELD 35. Rel: 01 Jun 23
Cyan (11:41)
Index (10:35)
Lantau (13:04)
Macau (8:48)
Arte (9:19)
Occam (7:39)
Mass Transit Railway
Review: Back in 1997 Monolake was still a project in its earliest development, as Robert Henke and Gerhard Behles were experimenting with the possibilities of computer music while most people were still very much in the analogue era. There had however been some major drops on the seminal Chain Reaction label, and then they released Hongkong as a compilation of these early singles. It made sense, given the way the early Monolake sound trod the line between dancefloor techno and home-listening head trips, and so they presented the likes of 'Cyan' and 'Lantau' on CD, embellished with a little field recording magic from a trip to a computer music conference in Hong Kong, hence the title. Now Field Records have reissued this seminal compilation and given it a first vinyl pressing, remastering the music in the process and ensuring it sounds the best it possibly could.
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 in stock HK$284.53
The Other Maria
Cat: AX 114. Rel: 02 Jun 23
The Dance Rebellion Starts (8:46)
The Other Maria (5:35)
Freder's Reality Switch (5:35)
Review: As Jeff Mills returns to his third deepest obsession after 909s and UFOs, he presents an addendum to his renewed Metropolis Metropolis soundtrack which doubles down on three of the themes and gives them a different framework through the lens of a 12". This is still the more cinematic end of the Millsian spectrum, but there's some intensity which may well be of use to the more dramatic or daring techno DJ. 'The Dance Rebellion Starts' is plenty loopy and disorienting, full of interwoven, clangorous patterns which should stay nicely in time if you get them locked in the mix. 'The Other Maria' might well be the star of the show though, a nightmarish, ever-building drone piece with some half-time percussion stalking around the edges for guidance. 'Freder's Reality Switch' completes the picture with a slightly more stable synths n' strings piece, but there's still that innate sense of otherness Mills always threads into his work.
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 in stock HK$128.12
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)
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 in stock HK$111.82
Sounds From The Past III
Sounds From The Past III (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: MR 013. Rel: 02 Jun 23
Sounds From The Past III (4:48)
Fusion (5:05)
Shimmer (5:01)
Estar Farto (5:36)
Bittersweet (5:36)
Review: Lars Husimans has made himself a core part of the family at SHDW & Obscure Shape's ever more crucial Mutual Rytm label. His ongoing Sounds From The Past series is back with a third thrilling volume here and opens with the title track, a cantering cut that sweeps you off your feet and heads off to the cosmos. There is more twisted machine funk on 'Fusion' and intense, unrelenting urgency to the shimmering loops of 'Shimmer'. 'Estar Farto' is all about the underlapping bassline that never stops churning and 'Bittersweet' brings some wall-rattling synth action to light up any set.
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 in stock HK$158.56
Klockworks 37
Klockworks 37 (limited 12")
Cat: KW 37. Rel: 02 Jun 23
Scars (6:06)
Minus 2 (5:42)
Review: Ben Klock's ever-reliable techno stable welcomes back Temudo, the Portuguese star who has been in steady ascendance over the past few years dropping bombs on Synewave, Planet Rhythm, Modularz, Soma, Blueprint and scores more. His is a taught and focused sound - the kind of thing you'd expect to hear the likes of Klock dropping with glee in the middle of a marathon set. 'Scars' focuses on the subtle details around the groove, edging in kinks around the kick which take on an electro-acoustic quality guaranteed to take you deep into the wormhole. 'Minus 2' is another reduced mind-melter, using negative space to deadly effect and ensuring no sound is out of place.
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 in stock HK$115.92
Sweet Acid Sound
Sweet Acid Sound (limited 180 gram red marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: ASGDE 303LTD. Rel: 01 Jun 23
Sweet Acid Sound (6:05)
808 Nation (3:08)
Roached (6:39)
Si-rak (5:07)
Tags: Acid House
 in stock HK$134.17
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
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
The Canopy (Armageddon Style)
Cat: ZAMZAM 91. Rel: 15 May 23
The Canopy (Armageddon Style)
Mystik 808
Review: OM Unit makes his ZamZam Sounds debut with two tracks that flaunt plenty of power, weight and punch.
A-side track 'Armageddon Style' wraps a prodding, full spped steppers-style rhythm in swirling seas of sparkling synths to great effect, while the slow-stepping 'Mystik 808' on the B goes heavier on the bassline and echo chambers, for what feels like a slower offering, if no less intense.
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 in stock HK$87.43
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
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
Green EP
Green EP (12")
Cat: INF 025. Rel: 05 Jun 23
Invitation (5:40)
New Designation (7:20)
Aeternum (Meridian) (5:49)
Desire & Memory (Live Extraction) (6:40)
Review: Trusty techno talent Function keeps it relatively deep on this new EP for the Infrastructure label. It kicks off with the backlit glow and delicate techno hypnosis of 'Invitation' with its funky broken drums and mournful pads, while 'New Designation' is moody ambient from a space mission far off in the future. 'Aeternum Meridian' rides on an electro-tinged rhythm with more sustained chords bringing a sense of finality and melancholy and then 'Desire & Memory Live Extraction' brings a more dystopian sound with thunderous claps and wiry synths. A well-crafted EP with lots to offer.
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 in stock HK$101.67
Altered Existence II
Cat: DCLTD 29. Rel: 06 Jun 23
Rationalize (7:16)
Fake Tales (5:45)
Muted Minds (5:28)
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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
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
Recovery Idea (The Mike Huckaby SYNTH remix)
Recovery Idea (The Mike Huckaby SYNTH remix)
Review: Second time around for the late, great Mike Huckaby's fantastic revision of Vladislav Delay's 2007 track 'Recovery Idea', which first surfaced on a single-sided 12" way back in 2009. Incorporating elements of Delay's dub techno and minimalist original mix, the Detroit DJ/producer delivered a revision that mixes trippy sounds and dubbed-out motifs with a booming bassline, flashes of sci-fi sounding synths, and techno beats with plenty of grunt. The results were impressive back then and remain so now, offering a near perfect balance of Detroit futurism, early morning hypnotism, raw machine soul and just the right amount of bleary-eyed, early morning dub techno textures. A masterpiece from a genuine master who is sorely missed within deep house and techno circles.
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 in stock HK$101.67
JS 02 (remastered)
Cat: KNT 26. Rel: 06 Jun 23
JS-02 (8:28)
JS-02 (Mark Broom remix) (6:55)
Review: J.S.Zeiter assumed his JS moniker to craft this now much sought after techno classic. He did it many years ago and it is now brought back to the fore thanks to the Kontakt label which has restored it directly from the masters and then remastered the whole EP. The original is a serene deep techno cut with plenty of Motor City synth work then Mark Broom brings his signature drum weight and driving percussion to take things up a notch. These are two stylish tunes that have aged perfectly.
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 in stock HK$119.92
Selected Ambient Works 85-92
Cat: AMB 3922LP. Rel: 24 Oct 19
Xtal (4:51)
Tha (9:02)
Pulsewidth (3:48)
Ageispolis (5:21)
I (1:12)
Green Calx (6:05)
Heliosphan (4:50)
We Are The Music Makers (7:45)
Schottkey 7th Path (5:02)
Ptolemy (7:14)
Hedphelym (6:04)
Delphium (5:27)
Actium (7:36)
Review: In line with the timely reappraisal of all things R&S related, the resurgent Apollo have seen the opportunity to bring one of their most celebrated records back for another round. Aphex Twin's ambient recordings mature magnificently with age, sounding ever richer and more emotive as the rest of electronic music continues to play catch up all around. From the gentle breakbeats of "Xtal" to the aquatic techno lure of "Tha", the airy rave of "Pulsewidth" to the heartwrenching composition of "Ageispolis", every track is a perennial example of how far ambient techno could reach even back then. It's just that no-one quite had the arm-span of Richard D. James.
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 in stock HK$189.10
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
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
Speicher 128
Cat: KOMPAKTEX 128V. Rel: 07 Jun 23
Cold Air
Review: The Speicher series feels almost as old as techno itself by now. It has long been one of the many jewels in Cologne label Kompakt's crown and Kolsch, one of the label's chief mainstays, has been behind many of them. This 128th such offering is a dreamy yet dynamic techno sound that sits up there with some of the label's best offerings. 'Cold Air' is urgent and edgy but always awash with waves of melodic sheen even when the ragged bass is in free fall. 'Environ' then has a 90s IDM Warp feel to it with its bright reflective melodies filtered and drawn out, stretched and smeared over a big and bouncy beat.
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 in stock HK$109.77
Sheltering Skies
Illusion Self (8:58)
Sky Crash Over Me (7:12)
Just To Feel Anything (6:35)
Review: Anthony Linell lands on Northern Electronics with exactly the sort of stylish techno we have come to expect from this label. There is real power in these productions from the off as the opening cut 'Illusion Self' fizzes with synth texture that will frazzle the brain as the heavy drums march on. 'Sky Crash Over Me' then weaves its way through a techno undergrowth with snaking basslines and elongated synth liens all meandering along to make for a heady trip then 'Just To Feel Anything' goes down a darker path with an eerie late-night vibe and menace in the creeping bassline.
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 in stock HK$109.77
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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Pollent Part III
Cat: TIMEDANCE 027. Rel: 31 May 23
Leven Lever Liver Love (5:09)
Higher Higher Dawn (4:11)
Y Y Y MY (3:37)
Ark Specific (4:18)
Bullet Time (feat Older Brother) (5:20)
Review: Metrist closes doesn't a trilogy of EPs on Timedance with this third and final offering of Pollen. It is another meticulously well-crafted mix of intelligent synth design and hi-fidelity sound with inventive techno rhythms. 'Leven Lever Liver Love' opens with a hint of IDM and poppy synth madness. 'Higher Higher Dawn' is another brain-cleansing cut with a freaky vocal adding a human touch. 'Y Y Y MY' then layers up loopy sounds to melt the mind in a hyper-real fashion and 'Ark Specific' again pairs floating rhythmic airiness with bass weight and thrillingly fresh melodies. 'Bullet Time' (feat Older Brother) is a dystopian way to end this forward-thinking EP.
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 in stock HK$111.82
Basic Instinct
Basic Instinct (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: MR 012. Rel: 04 May 23
Eraser (4:58)
Dancer In The Dark (5:07)
Disturbing Behavior (4:35)
Memories Of Nobody (5:36)
the Last Seducation (6:32)
Review: Is there a more reliable and always on form pair in techno than SHDW & Obscure Shape? The German duo's latest outing is another classy techno offering aimed squarely at the dance floor, each with its own subtly anthemic vibes and perfect for a wide range of settings, moods and moments. 'Eraser' is in your face and full of angst and edginess with clipped vocal shouts and incendiary hi-hats. 'Dancer In The Dark' is full of more blistering synth leads, smeared dub chords and closely stacked kick drums and 'Disturbing Behaviour' has a more lithe and acrobatic feel with lashings of acid. Two more B-side tunes take things to boiling point.

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 in stock HK$166.66
Rhythm & Stealth (reissue)
Cat: 196587 08371. Rel: 19 May 23
Dusted (4:39)
Phat Planet (5:24)
Chant Of A Poor Man (5:50)
Double Flash (3:55)
El Cid (5:57)
Afrika Shox
Dub Gussett
Swords (1:02)
6/8 War (9:20)
Rino's Prayer (6:37)
Review: Leftfield really managed to make lightning strike twice back in their heyday. After the pair's seminal self-titled debut album set a new benchmark for what was possible with a dance music full length, they managed to do it again with Rhythm & Stealth. It will be forever best known for the tune that was picked and used in the Guinness advert ('Phat Planet') but that is just one of the many highlights. The album originally came in 1999 and was nominated for the 2000 Mercury Music Prize as well as making number one on the UK Albums Chart. It is a full-fat mix of epic basslines, driving percussion and dark moods that adds up to a head-melting soundtrack to a damn good night.
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 in stock HK$174.85
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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002 (reissue with bonus track)
Cat: AOS (002). Rel: 08 Dec 09
I Hate
Miss You
Set It Out
Review: Bless up Omar S! The FXHE man is always happy to repress and reissue some of his earlier records for those that missed out at the time and here he offers a welcome chance to dig into a veritable slab of label history. AOS002 is where it all began for Omar S, first released way back in 2003 as a four track 12" of tunnelling techno and deftly sampled Detroit house. It's been repressed several times over the years with more recent editions featuring a bonus untitled track deep into the B side. The limited 2015 edition now comes in three different colours; orange, red, or brown. Whichever you chose this should be considered an essential addition to your FXHE collection.
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Cat: KA 183. Rel: 01 Jun 23
Procrastinator 20'd (5:22)
Quixotic (5:14)
Procrastinator 90'd (5:51)
Fickle (5:04)
 in stock HK$101.67
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
Petrovo Uho
Petrovo Uho (2xLP limited to 250 copies)
Cat: DIALLP 047. Rel: 07 Jun 23
Tramuntana (7:05)
Uspon (6:38)
Odsjaj (6:14)
Bura (7:19)
Katamaran (6:46)
Ludilo (7:04)
Tohatsu (7:07)
Oluja (7:56)
Review: Swiss producer Ben Kaczor joins Dial for the release of his new album Petrovo Uho, an 11 track opus that comes hot n the heels of his last album only back in April, Sun Chapter One. He taps into the classic sound of Dial here with bottomless and heady depths. The artist says a trip to Dubrovnik in summer had a big influence on the album as he was inspired by the sound of a foreign language and tried to reflect the sounds and atmosphere of the trip in the music here. There are just 250 copies of this so move quickly.
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Elevate Part 1
Miss Monique - "City Boy" (6:07)
Chelina Manuhutu - "Amsterdam Rave" (5:31)
Anna Reusch - "Let Me Take You There" (6:21)
DJ Dee - "Freaking Out" (5:23)
Review: The always hard-hitting Drumcode kick off a new series here under the name Elevate. It welcomes new school techno tastemakers to serve up their own scintillating main room sounds with Siona label boss and prog house 2.0 figurehead Miss Monique going first. Her serene chords douse you in trance tinged lushness as the deep beats roll on. Chelina Manuhutu's 'Amsterdam Rave' is a more rock solid warehouse roller and Anna Reusch runs with that vibe on her booming, all-consuming techno kicker 'Let Me Take You There'. There is then some flashy acid lines from DJ Dee on her 'Freaking Out'. A fine, all-female fronted EP from Drumcode.
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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
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Thank You For Letting Me Be Myself: Part 1
Cat: AOS (7700)1. Rel: 28 Jun 13
I Just Want (Luke Hess mix)
Air Of The Day
Be YoSelf
Rewind (feat L'Rena)
The Shit Baby
Hellter Shelter
Review: Although Omar S' excellent Thank You For Letting Me Be Myself album was released on CD a few months ago, it's the deluxe vinyl version that the real "Homie's and Tender Roni's" have been waiting for. Only Omar S could get away with spreading all of its 14 tracks across 4 12"s, split into two parts, but for those yet to sample its delights, the album's superb selection of tracks more than justifies the expense; Part 1 features the superb vocal turn from L'Renee on "Rewind", the insanely feelgood house of "The Shit Baby", the experimental dubbiness of "Helter Shelter" and thick set deep house of "Amalthea".
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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
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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
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Telepathy (12")
Cat: ETG 031. Rel: 01 Jun 23
Ques?ion (5:06)
Ques?ion (Works Unit remix) (6:04)
Telepathy (5:50)
Telepathy (Temudo remix) (6:06)
 in stock HK$113.77
Supercade (limited 180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: COS 003. Rel: 16 Jan 23
Moving Jumping (7:10)
El (6:59)
Deonn (5:02)
Honeysuckle (4:27)
Elevated (6:42)
Blue Venus (6:16)
Miss You (5:53)
Sooth 2 (1:59)
Water Puppets (4:39)
Black Sand (4:21)
Time (4:48)
Review: Howard Dodd (Tongue, Anoesis, Oxidation, Doc Bozique) takes control on the third Anoesis release on Cosmic Soup. Supercade is one that's been long anticipated by fans of their well designed breakbeat sounds and their first since 1995's Blood & Sweat on D*Fusion. As such there is a hint of 90s post rave magic to the 11 cuts here, all with cosmic intent and deep grooves - tunes that have you lost in a reverie on the heart of the dance floor but with your gaze turned skyward. Essential stuff.

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Played by: DJ Mau Mau
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Good Lies
Good Lies (LP + insert)
Cat: XL 1300LP. Rel: 11 May 23
Feelings Plain (7:33)
Arla Fearn (3:45)
Good Lies (1:05)
Walk Thru Water (2:09)
Cold Blooded (3:37)
Skulled (5:06)
Sugarrushhh (3:38)
Calon (4:09)
Is U (3:49)
Vermonly (2:40)
So U Kno (3:40)
Calling Out (4:43)
Review: Overmono have become real techno darlings in the last two years. And rightly so - they have served up a fine run of EPs in that time which now brings us to their debut album Good Lies. They are also an award-winning live act who have brought new energy and invention to techno as well as a next level grasp of sound design. As such the pair are two of the most revered artists in the UK with a hardcore fan base who pack out their every gig. They will find plenty to love here on an adventurous record that features all the hallmarks you would expect of this duo as well as plenty of freshness.
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Nation 2 Nation (reissue)
Big Stone Lake (4:14)
Sometimes I Feel Like (6:51)
Nation 2 Nation (5:17)
Body & Soul (5:31)
The Theory (Mind mix) (2:25)
303 Sunset (3:38)
Review: This reissue of Underground Resistance's seminal Nation 2 Nation LP is a significant moment; the group's messages of liberation and resistance feel as relevant as ever, not least given the reivisionist concept behind this EP. Perhaps, though, we should resist chinstroking too much; for the original liner notes of this seminal release criticize the over-intellectualization of characteristically African American art forms such as house, hip-hop, jungle and jazz. Even so, this 1991 classic stands as tall as ever, with sax contributions from Lenny Price helping to explore exactly what jazz would sound like if it had originated with the analogue gear that was available to UR's members, decades later.
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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
! low stock HK$109.77
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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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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Perception Series II
Lewis Fautzi & Norbak - "Code Of Deception" (5:17)
Oscar Mulero - "Zw System" (5:20)
Temudo - "Niiv" (6:29)
Kessell - "Time Domain" (5:11)
Review: Faut Section's Perception Series is back with a second sizzling installment of freshly made techno. Lewis Fautzi & Norbak pair off to open up with 'Code Of Deception', a barreling cut with icy hi hats and taught bass twangs full of dusty factory floor menace. Oscar Mulero offers one of his signature loop-techno rollers in 'Zw System' Temudo then rattles walls with the mysterious bass rumbles of 'Niiv'. Completing what is an EP that is as varied as it is vital is Kessell with the dubby broken techno beats of 'Time Domain' which has fizzing synths cracking like static on a 90s TV screen.
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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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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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