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  • Reflex Blue – FREE002 [Breakfree Records 002]

    10,79  excl. VAT
    A1. Trip Sit (Elevate Mix)
    A2. Geo Technology
    B1. Jump Code
    B2. Kangaroo-Jack


    Breakfree Records are honoured to welcome Naarm’s new wunderkind, Reex Blue for their second record of punchy progressive / tech house.

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  • Fantastic Man – Alltogethernow EP [Kalahari Oyster Cult 42]

    14,19  excl. VAT
    A1. Alltogethernow
    A2. Bioxy
    B1. Alpha
    B2. Trojan Force


    Esteemed proponent of outré dancefloor manoeuvres, Superconscious Records co-founder Fantastic Man makes his Kalahari debut proper.

    Having shown up for rework duties on a couple of occasions, we find the mutable oddball at his most trippy and esoteric. In fact, OYSTER42 is the handiwork of a producer who has his formula of balmy, lysergic dance music down to an exact science.

    ‘Alltogethernow’ gets on a swaggering cosmic tip, all sub-loaded and celestial as levitational arpeggios and funked-up groove dovetail to mesmeric effect. ‘Alpha’, on the other hand, takes a vision quest through enchanted jungle terrain. Initiating with a hypnotic ritual chant, it’s tunnelling and murkily psychedelic; occulted dancefloor rapture tailor-made for the wormhole interior.

    As if it were some artefact from a distant ‘90s utopia, Bioxy’ recalls a time when warehouse parties littered the Melbourne landscape. Where its predecessor evokes ceremony and ritual, this is an anachronistic, dilated flashback to simpler times. FM kicks it languid and life-affirming on the closing number. Radiant synth lines flutter with a gentle headiness as ‘Trojan Force’ takes us full circle with a reprise of the rainforest FX.

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  • Italoboyz, Marco Donato, Blind Minded – Random Fucktor Ep [Polarity Records 006]

    12,49  excl. VAT
    A1. Italoboyz vs Blind Minded - Risotto
    A2. Italoboyz, Marco Donato - Random Fucktor (Luca Piermattei remix)
    B1. Italoboyz, Marco Donato - ThisIsMyRadioStar (Luca Piermattei remix)
    B2. Italoboyz, Marco Donato - Random Fucktor


    Marco Donato/Italoboyz is back to black (vinyl) with his debut on Luca Piermattei and Gäbrø’s label Polarity Records. The Ep continues and fully represents the label concept, far from trends and the sound of the moment. A release that encapsulates many moments of a club adventure, from straight dance- floor actions to more ethereal/trippy moments among the 4 tracks. Luca Piermattei adds 2 remixes, an uncompromising floor killer and a modern twisting post-house swirl, that make this ep one of those records that won’t leave the bag for very long time.

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  • Lakeman – Inner Rhythms [Hold On Catalina 002]

    11,39  excl. VAT
    A2. 2GSPD
    B1. makeitdontfakeit
    B2. Woop

    B3. DU BIST SO


    Argentinean – Berlin based emerging talent producer Lakeman, delivers his debut EP titled Inner Rythms on the second release of Federico Molinari and Dfunklub’s imprint Hold On Catalina.
    Six trippy and effective tracks for all moods, that go from downtempo, to dub, house and electro with analog sounds that reminds the 80’s euro electronic scene. 

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  • Josh Baker – Technical Itch EP [You & Me 008]

    11,79  excl. VAT
    A1. Technical Itch
    A2. Information Overload
    B1. Technical Itch
    B2. H


    You&Me’s frontman return combining a vintage sound pallet with his own unique vibe. Lead track ‘Technical Itch’ catches you with its timeless house chords in the breakdown accompanied by a baseline which cuts through beautifully. Next up is ‘Information Overload’ which builds throughout, leading with a catchy organ line along side a warm analogue bass. On the flip you’re delivered with two equally killer cuts in the form of ‘Just Act Normal’ and the speedy ‘H’.

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  • Saverio Celestri, Prince de Takicardie, Tundramane, Koste, Solar Alliance, Shampoo – Kodoku [Lowlife Cartel 006]

    9,90  excl. VAT
    A1. Saverio Celestri - Sundays
    A2. Δ - Crachats De Lune
    A3. Prince de Takicardie - Jamonacid (House Mix)
    B1. Tundramane (Brick To The Face ft. Kotes)
    B2. Solar Alliance - Quest For Kiba
    B3. Shampoo - 四季ノ歌


    For their sixth instalment, Lowlife Cartel follow up to their last two compilations (“Pimps Improvisations” in 2018 and “Omnia Vanitas” in 2020) with a new six-track VA named “Kodoku”; a vortical release, both bold and forward-looking, while fully geared for the club environment. Taking its title from a poisonous magic from the medieval Japanese era obtained by placing several venomous insects in a jar and letting them kill one another until only one survives, “Kodoku” – which interestingly also translates as “solitude” – features a cast of producers old and new to the fold including Saverio Celestri, the faceless △, Prince de Takicardie, Tundramane & Ko$te, Solar Alliance and Shampoo.

    A staple element of the Lowlife Cartel bunch, Saverio Celestri paves the way and dishes out one of his signature jagged, EBM-informed weapons in “Sundays”. Through this hotchpotch of acid-steeped bass entangled with a frantic newbeat-ish swing and razor-sharp synthwaves, the Italian producer shows off the raw and playful facets of his craft to optimal effect. Unknown contributor △ clocks in with “Crachats de Lune”, a proper ominous banger going straight for the jugular with its clever mix of dusty, drum-laden churn, processed vox stabs and sci-fi-indebted laser bursts flashing by unrelentingly. Tailored for hi-octane action at the defunct Boccaccio or Hacienda, Prince de Takicardie “Jam’on’Acid (House Mix)” blows the winds of euphoria across the club like it was done in 1995. Vibing to a pulsating mix of rabid snares, 303-vehicled charges and mangled vocal samples on a classic free rave tip, throwback material that packs a punch.

    Flip it over and here is North-American duo Tundramane & Ko$te shifting the scope to Memphis chopped-and-screwed in true hardcore fashion. Straight-out aggression, “Brick To The Face” lives up to its title, so expect leaving the place with a few teeth out your mouth and a good concussion, though more side effects could appear over repeated listens. A radical U-turn from the previous, Ute.- related triplet Solar Alliance – alias Ekkel, Oprofessionell and Mikkel Rev – bring their dashing trance touch to the comp with “Quest for Kiba”, an uptemp maelstrom for the senses, swirling and whirling up until space and time make no damn sense any more. Topping off that versatile tour de force, Japanese producer Shampoo adds his delectably sensuous spin on the record with the lush, sample-heavy lo-fi appeal of “四季ノ歌”. Unpolished feelgood vibes, sun- streaked soulfulness and deft-handed MPC wizardry are on the menu for this ultimate ride and jolly finale.

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  • Lucita Octans / DJ Lifegoals – Ethereal Techno-Funk EP [EABE VI]

    11,49  excl. VAT
    A1. Lucita Octans - Aegian Chrome
    A2. Lucita Octans - Last Lane Shuffle
    B1. DJ Lifegoals - Aegian Chrome
    B2. DJ Lifegoals - Parallax Vision"


    A split 12” with four soulful and danceable IDM jams by Lucita Octans and DJ Lifegoals. The opening track Aegian Chrome features phat bassline, funky breakbeat and otherworldly synths. The other Lucita track Last Lane Shue gets busier with intricate rhythms and synth riffs that tell a surreal story. On the ipside, Anesthz starts with a rough uptempo breakbeat and slowly introduces a super soulful and funky bass pattern alongside some choice pads. The second DJ Lifegoals track Parallax Vision introduces ultra- funky bassline and develops into a rich tapestry of sound. These warm hardware jams really put the letter “D” back to IDM!

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  • Various – Oblique 02 [Oblique Records 002]

    13,49  excl. VAT
    A1. Theme V - Mind Identification
    A2. Theme V - Overnight
    B1. Spoonio - Mudskipper (Remix By The Alchemist)
    B2. Pete Melba - Sauerkraut


    OBLREC 002 VA bring 4 slices of House from the likes of Theme V aka Man/pulate, Pete Melba and the well sort after repress of Spoonio -Mudskipper (The Alchemist Remix)

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  • Albino Sound – Metallurgy [Turnend Tapes 001]

    11,99  excl. VAT
    A1. Squirt
    A2. Abomination Feat. Sayaka Botanic
    B1. Clay Figures
    B2. Jarring


    ‘Albino Sound concocts textual delights in shades of metal on his forthcoming EP for Turnend Tapes.
    The ‘Metallurgy’ EP forthcoming on Turnend Tapes sees Japanese artist Hirotaka Umetani transmit four club orientated tracks through a UK bass lens, delineating from past musical excursions and so marking a turning point of his works.
    Indicative of this shift is the vast and varied sources of inspiration Hirotaka has tapped into in creating ‘Metallurgy’. Translating visual into sound through Hirotaka’s own experience, bare witness to granular detail made macro through swathes of sound design kinetically akin to the flurry of mineral-rich hot water springs, seething in chemical harmony.
    Entwining impressions of the past with forecasts of the future Hirotaka deftly connects the dots between the sounds stemming from the alchemy of metal and it’s interplay with the natural environment as we proceed ever closer to organic-synthetic assimilation.’

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  • Jotel California – Airwavez EP [Inch By Inch Records 005]

    12,49  excl. VAT
    A1. Airwavez
    A2. Manta Fever
    B1. 808 Mushrooms
    B2. One Step Back


    This is the 5th installment of Inch By Inch by the young and ruthless Jotel California. Hailing from Berlin and being part of the Warning Crew he’s an expert in crispy electro sounds with the special ingredients. Check him out cause this is just the start!

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  • Fruit ‎– Gilgamesh EP [Øen Records 020]

    11,29  excl. VAT
    A1. Bull Of Heavens
    B1. Underworld


    ØEN Records is back with a special two track EP from up and coming Copenhagen based producer Fruit. Originally from Iceland, but based in Denmark Fruit has been making waves in the Copenhagen club scene with his eloquent DJ and live-sets. Following up his acclaimed 2019 Drømmeland EP for Coastal Haze he is finally back with two epic, fast-paced and euphoric tracks to light up the summer dance floors.

    Drawing inspiration from myths and legends and particularly the Epic of Gilgamesh – a 4000 year old poem from ancient Mesopotamia – “Gilgamesh” is a hypnotic and trancey trip destined for the peak hours of the post-corona parties.

    Created during the peak of the pandemic on an old half broken borrowed MacBook, the two distinct but kindred tracks are testament to Fruits unique production style, effortlessly navigating between euphoric fast-paced house, ambient soundcapes, hypnotic percussion and haunting atmospheres. Skillfully crafted and executed “Gilgamesh” is primed for both floor and mind.

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  • Darren Nye – Voyage Of Light [Elusive Intelligence Elusive Two]

    19,99  excl. VAT
    A1. Push Back
    A2. Hidden Truths
    B1. In The Shadow Of My Mind
    B2. North Star
    C1. Unclouded Vision

    C2. Replicant Model 1.2
    D1. Paradigm Shift
    D2. Celestial-Sphere
    D3. Advantage Point



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  • Rydm Sectors – Without You EP [Pleasant Systems 005]

    13,50  excl. VAT
    A1. Sunny Day
    A2. Without You
    B1. Intrasoul
    B2. Soul Shadows


    Pleasant Systems is elated to welcome Rydm Sectors. The duo formed by the Italian house masters Cosmic Garden and Rhythm Of Paradise, well known for several releases on their Cosmic Rhythm imprint, continues to deliver future classics of house music with their debut release on the label.

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  • Facil / Prototype 909 – Excerpts From 1993-1995 [Re:Discovery 009]

    12,80  excl. VAT
    A1. Facil - Tree Frog
    A2. Facil - 700x7
    B1. Prototype - 909 Transit
    B2. Prototype 909 - Planet S
    B3. Facil - Same Place


    On behalf of re:discovery records, it is with great excitement that we announce the release of ‘Facil / Prototype909 – excerpts from 1993-1995’. This compilation
    celebrates some lesser known tracks that featured our good friend Dietrich Schonemann in 2 of his amazing 90’s bands. Facil is his ambient dub project with the well
    known Abe Duque. The other is the famous acid techno trio of Prototype 909 (with Taylor Deupree, Jason Szostek). These tracks have been hidden for far too long.
    The Facil tracks includes the head bobbing ‘Tree Frog’, the ambient dub bomb ‘700X7’ taken from their full legth album while ‘Same Place’ is a compilation favorite
    from those who knew Facil’s work then. Prototype 909 round out the EP with 2 techno tracks ‘Transit’ and ‘Planet S’. This jam packed EP is sure to make your chill
    out room more enjoyable.

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  • Loopchasers – Lunagenesis [TerraFirm 008]

    12,49  excl. VAT
    A1. A World of Swirls (2019 Mix)
    A2. A World of Swirls (2022 Mix)
    B1. A World of Swirls (2019 Mix)
    B2. The Light (2022 Mix)


    A multi-system conglomerate servicing planets within the Orion Arm of the Milky Way, TerraFirm provides the desiccated, toxified, irradiated or otherwise uninhabitable planets of this sector with a suite of services to rectify any environmental challenge. From geoformation to carbon extraction, desalination to biome rehabilitation, TerraFirm has a full range of services to return your planet to its naturally thriving, pre-apocalypse state.

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  • Xiaolin – Tower Moment EP [MIHN Music 006]

    12,56  excl. VAT
    A1. Dark Night
    A2. Safe With Me
    B1. Lemuria
    B2. Lemuria (Blue Hours Elevator Mix)


    A wise character once reminded her to tread the heavy ground with light feet. After a whirlwind two years since moving back to Hong Kong and starting from scratch, Xiaolin has re-emerged from the depths of her studio stronger than ever with a second EP – her first vinyl release to date.

    Inspired by the Tower card from the Tarot, Tower Moment EP is a cosmic journey through four stages of healing: darkness, acceptance, transformation and freedom.

    The record begins with “Dark Night” (of the Soul), followed by the gentle comfort of “Safe With Me”, a nostalgic electro ballad. On Side B: a chuggy tune layered with textures and samples, “Lemuria”, transports listeners to a surreal land of self-discovery, while Blue Hour completes the experience with his anthemic “Elevator” remix.

    With her signature mix of 909 kicks and 808 breaks blended with acid bass lines, subtle percussion and ethereal melodies, Xiaolin’s organic approach to techno and electro showcases her colourful palette and sensitivity as a musician, along with a love for jazz and warm synth sounds from the early 90’s era.

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  • Abdul Raeva – Protogen EP [Echocentric Records 013]

    11,29  excl. VAT
    A1. Vapordisk
    A2. Acidflex
    B1. Vela
    B2. New Horizons


    Four tracks of hypnotic no-nonsense club bliss. Best enjoyed at 4am on a sweaty dance oor – hands in the air, eyes closed.

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  • Böhm – Leaving Earth Part.1

    12,49  excl. VAT
    A1. Leaving Earth
    A2. Games
    B1. Voluminous
    B2. The Code


    This fresh collab will see the Dutch producer bringing two EPs “Leaving Earth Part.1 and 2” on EYA Records sister label this year.
    Intricate rhythms,bleeps and bass, emotive melodies and acid lines!!!
    The artist opens a portal to new dimensions, it’s a powerful journey into timeless music and deep space. 5,4,3,2,1..ignition and take off.The dream is alive.

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  • Various – Sounds Of Transonic [SAISEI 004]

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    A1. Organization - Space Ball
    A2. Palomatic - Under The Ground
    A3. Suzukisuki - Chelsea
    B1. Interferon - Blasting Soul
    B2. Mind Design - Dream Trance

    B3. Organization – Call


    SAISEI founder Junki Inoue continues his vital archival work uncovering the riches of Japan’s distinctive electronic music scene and bringing them to new audiences around the world. The Sounds Of Transonic compiles six tracks recorded in Tokyo between 1991 and 1995 and released by the pioneering Transonic label, founded in 1994 by Kazunao Nagata and active until 2004.
    Transonic’s catalogue is a glittering roll call of the scene’s major players, whose inventive and genre-blending work established forward-thinking house and techno in Japan in a way that would shape the country’s electronic sound for years to come. Transonic was instrumental in giving exposure to the work of these artists with its emblematic series of CD compilations, released over a short couple of years in the mid 90s. Beginning with 970-1450km/h, Feedback and Range, the series also included The Roots Of Transonic, featuring music from parent label Trigger. Alongside these compilations came much sought-after solo albums each packaged with striking cover art that makes the discs a visual treat for collectors to this day.
    The Sounds Of Transonic brings together six tracks from the catalogue into one breath-taking package. The influence of hi-tech jazz and machine funk from Detroit is undeniable in ‘Dream Trance’ (Mind Design) and ‘Blasting Soul’ (Interferon), while ‘Under The Ground’ (Palomatic) and ‘Chelsea’ (Suzukiski) are permeated by the artificial intelligence and trip hop emanating from the UK at the time. The compilation is bookended by two tracks by Nagata himself (as Organization): ‘Space Ball’, a Model 500-worthy chase through the cosmos, and ‘Call’, an eerie echo of Kraftwerk’s telephone, transmitting expectantly out into the void and, finally, receiving its celestial answer.
    With The Sounds Of Transonic these formative pieces of music will now be available internationally and, for the first time, on vinyl.
    SAISEI is a Japanese word which translates to ‘reproduction’ and ‘to play’ (as in playing records). Japanese culture is widely known for its traditional nature just as much as it is for being forward into the future and this label’s concept does justice to exactly that. Having started digging for records as early as 16 years old, Inoue delved into productions from 1990s Japan to uncover these native gems. SAISEI’s core concept is to recapture and reintroduce unique pieces of Japanese electronic music onto vinyl, to an audience it never reached before as most of this music was only released in Japan.

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  • Abdul Raeva – Atlas Corporation EP

    10,19  excl. VAT
    A1. Atlas Corporation
    A2. Death Race
    B1. Death Race (Andy Garvey Remix)
    B2. Guardian of the Vault


    Holly Lester’s Duality Trax imprint has quickly established itself as one of most exciting emerging labels from within the modern electronic circuit. Undoubtedly inspired by the golden era of house, techno, bleep and club, the label also has its crosshairs �xated �rmly on the future and has become a one-stop-shop for the very best in early-hours euphoria and contemporary heads-down sonics. Despite its young age the label already boasts a stellar back catalogue, releasing tracks and records from Fio Fa, Violet, Cromie, rRoxymore, Roza Terenzi and more – and the fourth in the series comes from Steffan Todorović and Joonas Aro under their Abdul Raeva alias. Holly is no stranger to either artist, having set up the Terrazzo label with Gestalt Records and Coymix head Steffan. It’s a sonic match-made-in-heaven, with both contributing artists and label head sharing an admiration for bouncy, fun and deep club music that dangles its legs on the border of emotionality without taking itself too seriously. The label head was �rst drawn to the lead track ‘Atlas Corporation’ with it’s soaring resonant lead reminiscent of the classic ‘Rez’ by Underworld. Ear-wriggling acid lines and psychedelic atmospherics balance a gritty and driving drum rhythm across a kaleidoscopic six minutes, before ‘Death Race’ blends techy dub with Abdul Raeva’s signature proggy sauce, best played as the sun begins to rise again. Staying true to the concepts of gender and sonic duality, the remix comes from Australian DJ and Pure Space-founder Andy Garvey who turns in a breakbeat-laden, broken acid-
    techno rendition of the A2, before we come to a meditative close with the tropical, downtempo sounds of ‘Guardian of the Vault’.

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  • Locky Mazzucchelli – Southwest EP [Mood Waves 005]

    11,49  excl. VAT
    A1. Cave Lights
    A2. Dex's Daytrip
    B1. The Red Gate
    B2. Mammoth
    B3. The Lookout


    A new wave hits with our close friend Locky Mazzucchelli. The record matches his sound as a dj, one of a kind. Trippy hardware minimal to influence the mind of your crowd.

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  • Various – Trip Wire [Axces 007]

    11,79  excl. VAT
    A1. CX - Sjunne
    A2. Alfredo92 - IZA
    B1. Kasper Marott - Welcome
    B2. Popmix - Ultima


    Trip Wire’s 4 tracks all have common denominators of being moody, trippy and darker than the usual Axces europhoria. All composed from an idea of linearity whether it being the straight forward grooviness of the track IZA, the 8 minute suspenseful robotic tantra workout in Kasper Marotts “Welcome” or the more laid back in the sofa, über minimal parade in popmix’s Ultima. With the opener track “Sjunne” Sørens Kinch or CX makes a promising debut. The track is ultimately the most romantic piece of music on this next edition of Axces music frisbees, with swirling pads and a kick drum that goes deep as the ocean.

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  • Alex Martin – Futurespective Vol. 1 [O.C.D. Records SS-Four]

    11,49  excl. VAT
    A1. A3k - Left Blank
    A2. Sideral - Offtune
    B1. The Fat dB - Pilot
    B2. Iberian - Im Still There


    We’re thrilled to have another legend of the underground on O.C.D. : Alex Martin.
    A very well respected mainstay in the Spanish Techno scene, Alex’s career spans 3 decades under different production aliases and releases on seminal labels like F-Com, Klang Elektronik, PIAS, Cosmos Records, Minifunk, Boozoo, Pagoda Recordings, many of which are now sought-after collectors material.
    Alex is a very good friend of the label since long and a while ago he shared with us his DAT archives filled with unreleased material from the early years of his career. It took us a while, but we are now ready to give him the rightly deserved space on our Secret Sun series.
    This is the first volume of a collection of never heard before music from Alex Martin under some of his several aliases, retrieved from the vaults to be finally made available to the world.

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  • Planet Love – Adamha E.P. [Return_backspace 003]

    11,99  excl. VAT
    A1. Creators Planet
    B1. Adamha
    B2. The Blue Dream


    Hot on the heels of last year’s new era e.p., Marco Repetto returns with the second installment in the planet love trilogy.

    Adamha e.p. consists of three tracks, conceived at axodya during the winter of ‘91-‘92, that reveal a more obscure side of the young producer’s mind.

    Miraculously, not one of these compositions has seen the light of day before; they were unearthed during a painstaking transfer of Repetto’s extensive ‘88-‘04 DAT-archives.

    Thirty-one years after instrumentation, return_backspace proudly presents to the world the definitive sound of the future!

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  • Byron Yeates, Roza Terenzi, D. Tiffany – Split Step [Step Ball Chain 006]

    11,79  excl. VAT
    A1. Gush
    A2. Gush (Byron Yeates Remix)
    B1. Cauldron Of Chaos
    B2. Roza Terenzi & D. Tiffany


    The bermuda triangle of Berlin; a meeting of medicinal minds for the inaugural splitstep. Byron Yeates, Roza Terenzi & D, Tiffany come Tag-teaming and steaming with licks of flirty tech, hard house, pumping prog and sleek, freaky techno bouncing off the walls. A true melting pot of deeply burrowed memories of dance, the trio collaborate in various ways to propel a new age wave of dance music; a delicious mix of rough, tough and playfully feminine which embodies Step Ball Chain.
    Cheers queers!
    Gushing all over the A Side with a funk force of tech house, Roza Terenzi sticks her heels in and locks down The GrooveTM like no other, reduced tempo for the calm before the storm. Warming up the original just in time for the Byron Yeates remix; providing a stripped back, sped up, jacking rendition of Gush served hot and heavy. Bouncing into the B side, Byron causes the heat to rise to the top, Cauldron of Chaos simmering and ready to blow, use with caution. Rounding out this seriously hot record is Roza & D. Tiff with a tech leaning team up, Prude Pride hitting all the right spots for a manifested meltdown.
    4 Club certified hitz, guaranteed to make you sweat. Don’t you dare sleep!

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  • Dean Denali – Non Solo Moda [Fuori Orario 001]

    11,79  excl. VAT
    A1. Underhooked
    A2. The Last Supper
    B1. Side Control
    B2. Moby On Acid


    Introducing Niff’s new imprint, the first Fuori Orario Ep “Non Solo Moda” is by Dean Denali, an alias of Italian producer Filippo Bena, with four tracks blending Techno, House and Breakbeat.

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  • Ballet Mechanique – 1992-1999: Collection 3 [O.C.D. SS SIX]

    11,49  excl. VAT
    A1. Dark White
    A2. Back To Basic
    A1. The Choice is Yours
    B2. Bobbittrap


    Our exploration of Ballet Mechanique’s old DAT archives, stack full of unreleased material from the 90’s era, continues with our sixth release and materializes into the third volume of the “1992-1999 Collection” series. Like the previous two volumes of the series did, also this EP brings to lights the diverse and varied approach of Jeroen’s productions: an A side featuring more “ravey” and uplifting tunes, and a B side focused on funk fuelled electro and IDM

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  • Dan Piu – Constant Light EP [Sakskøbing 018]

    10,99  excl. VAT
    A1. Selfish War Machine
    A2. Made in Japan
    B1. Dark Side of Me 1995
    B2. Robota
    B3. Equinox of Ceres


    The light is at the end of the tunnel. The light is shining bright because of love. The love is the answer to the darkness + the remedy for the experience which might bring unclearness and letting drown in the metaphorical swamp which every single human has felt during the journey they are on. The EP by the Switzerland based mastermind Dan Piu is dedicated to the love and to the love only. The tracks that were produced from the artist’s creative inflow are from the year 1995 to our present days and are telling the story of hope and compassion. Starting from A side we have a demonstrative rollercoaster which is ‘Selfish War Machine’ gracing before the ‘Made in Japan’ which is inspired by the early arcade machines and the ethos they were bringing with them. Side B starts with seductive house number straight up from the year 1995, followed by Robotic tool ‘Robota’ and finishing off on the perfect and soul caressing track going by the name ‘Equinox of Ceres’. This precise body of work which has found its home with Sakskøbing is pure and direct message of love, in a way when things are seem bleak the light can be sparked again. The answer how this spark gets obtained is the four-letter word which is mentioned frequently in this text.

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  • Lovable Rogues – Look Into Your Eyes / Chica / Twilight Manouvres [Evasive 001]

    11,99  excl. VAT
    A1. Look Into Your Eyes
    B1. Chica
    B2. Twilight Manouvres


    Lovable Rogues is the brainchild of Tech House duo Lee Humphreys and Evasive head honcho Rob Pearson. 3 Groove laden tracks from the golden era, being the early years of ‘Proper’ South London Tech House!

    Rob and Lee formed the production Duo ‘ Lovable Rogues’ after they met and hit it off at Online Studios, Croydon in the mid 90’s. This 3 Tracker launched Rob’s Evasive Records Imprint back in 1999.

    A UK based DJ and Producer Lee Humphreys is known as one of London’s early Tech House pioneers. His production career goes back to the early 90’s and covers a vast array of styles and sounds under various pseudonyms.

    In the early 90’s Rob Pearson already had various productions including Drum and Bass EPs on Basement Records & Online Recordings. In 1999 He headed back to his roots of House & Techno and was releasing on the now infamous Swag Records label and also as Online Collective.

    Look Into Your Eyes was written and produced by Rob & Lee at Online Studios, Croydon, UK and the other 2 cuts featured are solo efforts. ‘Chica ‘Was produced by Lee at Tofu Studios, Thanham, Germany and Rob’s own track ‘Twilight Manouvres’ was also created at his base and Evasive Records Headquarters Online Studios.

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  • Skat – Skat Mode [Euphoric State 005]

    11,49  excl. VAT
    A1. Is Dis Love
    A2. Dinowarp
    B1. Jamaica
    B2. Jump Around


    OPIA sister label Euphoric State steps up this autumn with more unearthed gems from the 90s, this time at the controls is Skat aka Andy Panayi & Alec Stone, Skat being their name before they took on what became their acclaimed A2 moniker in 94. The “Skatmode” EP spans across innovative strains of house and electro, packed with energy and charming emotions.

    On the A side you can find two slabs of reissued heat from the versatile duo, packing more of a punch than ever. Cruising on an irresistible house groove is “Is Dis Love”, tight drum work and elastic bass lines teased by the nostalgic vocal. “Dinowarp” is a pure example of a hazy deep house chugger for the early hours of the morning, taking you on a trip of blissful synths and melt in your mind textures.

    Taking up the B side are two unreleased diamonds from the vast archives of the UK duo, “Jamaica” and “Jump Around”. The first being a playful and animated outing, classy house dynamics driving the dance floor up a notch. “Jump Around” maintains the depth and emotion but at the heart lays a pulsating sub heavy bass to keep you on the move, conversing with the pacey and crisp drum patterns within.

    Euphoric State continues to propel dusted off beats for the dance floors of modern day!

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  • HVL – Alignment EP [Appian Sounds 016]

    14,50  excl. VAT
    A1. Epil
    A2. Lush Breeze
    B1. Limg Melody
    B2. Belated Acid


    The second of two new EPs by HVL from Georgia on Appian Sounds. Alignment EP showcases different flavours this time – Warmer acid, breaks, oscillating techno and early morning sounds. This EP was chosen from a different body of work (ten APPIAN015) but no less brilliant collection of tracks that Gigi put together towards the end of 2020 …Timeless cuts to suit all intimate dancefloors.

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  • GnuTron – Chromogen EP [Abstracta Audio 003]

    10,50  excl. VAT
    A1. Lankyra
    A2. Neptunea
    AAA1. Nyefreak
    AAA2. Swan
    AAA3. 4555


    New for 2022, the third release on Abstracta Audio is an invitation to be guided by gnuTron to explore and experience the infinitely colorful and complex worlds of “Chromogen”!

    “Chromogen” is 5 tracks of gnuTron’s infectious electro-infused techy acidic funk designed to kaleidoscope listeners into undiscovered tones of bio-logic variation and sonic stimulation.

    The colorful patterned sounds of “Chromogen” are now generating to move you on 12″ vinyl EP from gnuTron on Abstracta Audio (AA-003).

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  • Kawaii San – Blue Skies EP [Parang Recordings 009]

    11,90  excl. VAT
    A1. Blue Skies
    A2. Playful Grey
    B1. Cowboys In Outer Space
    B2. What’s Your Problem


    We are very excited to announce our 9th release, Blue Skies by Kawaii San, a vibe setting magician only found on the depths of Band Camp until now. This will be his first vinyl output and it is packed with 4 dancefloor punishers that will take you all the way from the warm up to your mates flat for a cheeky crack on. Ch-ch-check it out!

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  • Cyan – Selections [Physical Education 010]

    11,99  excl. VAT
    A1. Lodine
    A2. I Hear Voices
    B1. I Hear Voices (2021 Rework)
    B2. Strata 2


    Cyan. A moniker for one of the ‘90s standout musical exponents: Bryan Zentz.

    A firm favourite in vintage house circles, Physical Education gave welcome him to the fold. They’re re-issuing tracks from his discography to create Selections, a Cyan release for today’s scene.

    Iodine and I Hear Voices come from Zentz’s debut 1994 EP: Peacekeeper. Blissfully futuristic, we’re taken down a proverbial wormhole thanks to rolling acid pulses and glitchy synth lines.

    On the B side, I Hear Voices receives a modern re-working before proceedings finish on Strata 2, a track taken from the American’s 1995 release: Starkness.

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  • Audio Reflex – Reflex III [Telomere 018]

    12,79  excl. VAT
    A1. Acid Groove
    A2. Skullgroove
    B1. Xruise Control
    B2. Booby Trap


    Audio Reflex, aka Anderson, is back, with his final four tracker on Telomere Plastic!
    This beautiful EP is another blend of mid tempo and deep electronics. Funky baselines and beats throughout will give you the chance to get moody and groovy deep in the middle of your sets!

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