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3TH 008 (Euro EP)
D. Carbone: Ravers

Striking Carbone works again: hard, Industrial and early 1990s UK Acid dynamics informed mini album

Risque 1 (D 12")

Subtle killer grooves derived from Friedman’s outernational percussions & musics infected works - Highly Recommended!

Ndagga 23 (D 12")

Mbalax derived rhythm textures in visionary, purist version style - killer stuff!

Sued 014 (D 12")

Sued tribe beats their drums in feverish voodoo jam mode - do not sleep

 7 (D Do EP)
∑: Schleifen

Explorative, wonderfully executed leftfield Techno / Electronic / Drone album

Zam Zam 041 (US 7")
Twilight Circus: Why Can’t We Be Friends?

Superb current Dub / Reggae feat. legendary Big Youth

Zam Zam 042 (US 7")
Dub Dynasty: Dub Cure

Classy current Dub / Reggae steppers

[ ml / i ] 031 (D 12")
Monolake: G M O

Avant-Techno in applied Electro-Accoustic sound research mode, enriched w/ sub bass experiments - Monolake in full effect!

Felix K & BassDee: Veteranenstraße EP

Classy Ambient textures / Drone-Techno EP

Perlon 108 (D 12")

Sub heavy, twisted, dubbed & far out leftfield House excursions

Elin: Dirty Trax Done Dirt Cheap

Taking up mid/late 1990s minimalist & deadly Designer Techno vibes

Diagonal 030 (UK EP)
Container: Vegetation EP

Container is killing it again: raw, direct, as intense as original Techno jams

Flxk1 & DB1: Transitions EP

Fresh ’footworking’ leftfield Drum & Bass related cuts & heavy, boomy Ambient-Drones - Recommended EP!

Ostgut Ton 094 (D 12")

Fabulous, anthemic, pounding Techno bomb b/w wonderful Ambient Techno cuts

Hama: Torodi

’futuristic and rooted in tradition... convergence of disparate influences such North African synth to second wave Detroit Techno’

Nonplace 042 (D 12")
Flanger: Spinner

Groove smart bomb in usual hard to fix Nonplace style: UK Bass vibes, echoes of IDM, tasty bass lines... killer!

Beautifully chilled, classic Digital Dub leaning cuts