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QY - 4/American

Germany 1x10" / 45 RPM / Single

Electro Dub Techno

A - 4

B - American



Moritz von Oswald & Ordo Sakhna - Moritz Von Oswald & Ordo Sakhna

UK 2x10" / Album

African Tribal Dub Techno Techno Experimental

A1 - Koirong Ku

A2 - Koichulrdyn Kongur Kuu

A3 - Drums

A4 - Fragments

A5 - Tushumdo

B - Facets

C1 - Mash Kambarkan

C2 - Talasym



Pola - Kuku EP

France 1x12" / 45 RPM / EP

Tech House Deep House Dub Techno Minimal Techno Techno

A1 - Triangle

B1 - Survival

For its eighth release, AKU welcomes Pola manager of All Inn records with two groovy cuts.


Andrey Pushkarev - Photograph

France 1x12" / 33 ⅓ RPM / 45 RPM / EP

Deep House Dub Techno Tech House

A - Frame

B1 - Can I Take A Picture With You?

B2 - Undelivered Package

Effervescent in its construct, Andrey Pushkarev’s Photograph EP on his newly founded ‘Luck of Access’ imprint, is an exploration of the interplay of sounds and personal memories. Three tracks of compelling circular beauty curling slandered dub realms in a surreal dream-state of lush, liquid and hazy frequencies


JS - Reduction 1

Sweden 1x12"

Dub Techno Minimal Techno

A - Reduction 1

B - Reduction 1 (nAX_acid Remix)



Infiniti - Game One 2007 Remixes Part One

US 3x12"

Techno Dub Techno Electro

A - Game One (Orlando Voorn Remix)

B - Game One (Quantec Remix)

C - Game One (Los Hermanos Santiago Salazar Remix)

D - Game One (Subotic Remix)

E - Game One (Claudio Mate Remix)

F - Game One (Rennie Foster Remix)



DeepChord - Auratones

UK 2xLP / Album

Dub Techno Ambient

A1 - Fog Hotel

A2 - Moving Lights

A3 - Wind In Trees

B1 - Lagonda

B2 - Varanasi

B3 - Portofino

C1 - Point Reyes

C2 - Underwater Galaxies



Jan Jelinek - Loop-Finding-Jazz-Records

Germany 2xLP / Album / Reissue

Deep Techno Dub Techno Glitch Techno Minimal Techno

A1 - Moiré (Piano Organ)

A2 - Rock In The Videoage

B1 - They, Them

B2 - Them, Their

B3 - Moiré (Guitar & Horns)

C1 - Tendency

C2 - Moiré (Strings)

D1 - Do Dekor

In the four years which have elapsed since 'Loop Finding Jazz Records' first shuffled out of his ambrosially dusty speakers, Jan Jelinek has been collaborating with Antiopdean jazz-monkeys Triosk, converting his lint-like sound into a live proposition through The Exposures and releasing a royal flush of solo LP's which culminated in this year's delicious 'Kosmischer Pitch'. Yet for all these undoubted achievements, Jelinek's crowning glory stoically remains 'Loop Finding Jazz Records'; a situation we can't see changing any time soon. As far as albatrosses go, it ain't a bad one to have around your neck. Whilst it's all too easy to over-intellectualise the output of artists such as Jelinek, a simple fact tends to shine through the adjective heavy prose; it sounds utterly fantastic. Taking what reads like a pretty austere set of ingredients, Jelinek's technique revolves around a trilogy of elements which consists of second long cuts of 1960s-70s jazz recordings, the loop-finding modulation wheel (do your homework!) and the Moiré effect; albeit rendered in the acoustic as opposed to the image and spectral domains. If all this sounds like unbridled 'ball-ache maximus' to you, be assured that on record it is anything but; as crumbling edifices of mealy rhythms slowly pulse into life and swirl around your head like snow storms clashing with a dust devil. Taking sediments of fathom deep static then skimming the best stuff from the top, Jelinek opens through the dampened echoes of 'Moiré (piano & organ); wherein a slow-motion thrum of spiraling clicks, rustles and analogue tones conspire to give the impression of recondite perspectives that extend well beyond the constituent elements. Elsewhere, 'Rocky In The Video Age' instills a gratuitously optimistic blush to the aquatic micro-sound ebb, 'Moiré (Strings)' is a perfect companion to Basinski's disintegrating tape archive, whilst 'Them, Their' represents an aural crease so slight you can only catch its distinctive gleam from the corner of your eye. Inventive, intelligent and utterly invigorating, 'Loop Finding Jazz Records' is a genuine modern classic whose re-release is anything but a cynical mortgage repayment exercise. Consider this a second chance, then pretend you had it all along.


外神田deepspace - Shinjuku Lights

US 1x12" / 33 ⅓ RPM

Dub Techno House

A1 - Shinjuku Lights 01

A2 - Shinjuku Blue

A3 - Shinjuku Lights 05

B1 - Shinjuku Lights 07

B2 - Shinjuku Lights 04

外神田deepspace weaves a course through the Shinjuku cityscape on the second Clave House release with atmospheric dubbed out techno, warm neon-soaked house, and pumping acidic grit.


Dwell - Virtual Life

UK 1x12" / 33 ⅓ RPM / EP

House Dub Techno

A1 - You And Me

A2 - Flying High

B1 - Follow The Rabbit

B2 - My Intentions Were Good

Dwell debuts on vinyl for Of Paradise with his Virtual Life EP; a deeply immersive journey through the heart and soul of electronic music, taking house and techno in a new direction and pushing them beyond the outer reaches. Comes packaged in a matte black sleeve complete with sticker and A6 insert.


o.utlier - Mirror City

UK 1x12"

Dub Techno Breaks Experimental

A1 - Eastbound

A2 - Letat

B1 - Rhodesamp (Whacked Out Revamp)

B2 - Ava

Having previously released on Appian Sounds, Fred P’s Boards and Efdemin’s Naif, o.utlier debuts on SZE with an exploration of reflections and resonances in the self from objects and experiences in the environment.


Sota - Inverse EP

1x12" / EP

Dub Techno Dub Tech House Minimal Deep Techno

A1 - Subsonica

B1 - Inverse

B2 - Chatka

Dutch producer Sota is the latest to be snapped up by Ornate Music, presenting his second ever release having first come to light with his own Talaman label earlier in the year. "Subsonica" rides on a tough house groove, keeping the elements as spartan as possible while heading straight into the deep end of the night. "Inverse" is a skippier affair that deals with heavily processed synth flares and a deadly swinging groove, and then "Chatka" finishes the EP off with a dreamy cut peppered with delay processing for the quintessential dubby trip through refined 4/4 dance music.


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