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Ilian Tape 032 (D 12")
Andrea: Wintermay

Blinding, epic, killer breakbeat Techno wonders

Mistress 008 (US EP)
Lapien: Something To Show You EP Part 1

Bouncy & soulful late night House groovers & effective DJ tools

 4 (D 7")
Sarah Davachi: Qualities Of Bodies Permanent

Puristic Electronic Drone in vintage explorer mode

Raime: Tooth

Excellent, sparse, contemplative album bridging UK Bass, Indie-Rock & Industrial (w/ download code)

Livity Sound 019 (UK Do LP)
Kowton: Utility

Classy original Bristolian Techno album w/ echoes of 1990s US Techno heritage

Jamal Moss: The Digital Afterlife

Jamal Moss at his very best - truly exceptional psychedelic Techno jams

Sub Rosa 388 (Euro Do EP)
Cristian Vogel: Classics Remastered 1993-1998

A true Techno innovator’s œuvre revisited: ’all tracks originally recorded between 1993 and 1998 in Brighton’

Ryan James Ford: G5olk 4rfete

Skilfully balanced, necessary Techno boom w/ early 1990s UK leftfield Techno vibes

Axis 072 (US EP)
Jeff Mills: The Kill Zone

Outer limits explorations by Techno's true visionary

Ballyhoo 101 (Euro 12")

Legendary master of Dutch leftfield House strikes to full effect - Highly recommended!

Ballyhoo 102 (Euro 12")

Dutch House legend of Irdial fame delivers proper Acid House freak-out w/ awesome appearance of the great Charanjit Singh and beautiful insert too - Highly recommended!

Ballyhoo 103 (Euro 12")
Thee J Johanz: Move Your Butty

Welcome reissue of legendary 1992 Irdial House track w/ awesome rework and playful remix - Highly recommended perfect package (coloured vinyl repress)!

Clergy 005 (Euro 12")
Cleric & Dax J: Lost In Bermuda

Bold, slamming, refined Techno propulsion units (plain cover repress)

De:tuned 009 (Euro 12")
B12: Transient Life

Wonderful, retro-futuristic & dreamy Steven Rutter prod. Ambient Techno / Electronica immersion

SHUT 001 (D 12")
Ryan James Ford: Stone Mountain Red

Outstanding Techno banger with early 1990s pre-IDM UK Techno reminiscences - Highly Recommended!