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Remco Beekwilder: State Of Return
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Dekmantel 048 (Euro 12")
Central: Pillow Peace

Dreamy, trippimg Electronica / Tech House hybrid cut in two versions

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Dred 002 (D 12")
Tom Dicicco: Sudden Move EP

Minimalist, swinging, subtle DJ tool Tech House set

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EPM Music 016 (Euro 12")
Mark Broom: One Sound

Highly effective big room Techno stompers

Exit 072 (UK EP)
Dub Phizix: Rebel Spirit EP

DP’s ever stunning blend of half-stepping Drum & Bass, Dance Hall & Grime - TIP!

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Keysound 069 (UK 12")
Lyeform: Things Betwixt EP

Sweet Electronica / UK Tech House hybrid EP

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Icore: Substance from Shadow EP

Stepping, Industrial Ambient incorporating UK Techno explorer

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PAN 78 (Euro LP)
Konrad Sprenger: Stack Music

The quest for the perfect Drone: outstanding, mesmerising Electro-Accoustic guitar works (w/ download code)

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Rua Sound 004 (UK 12")
Touchy Subject: Skyward EP

Intense Grime / Dubstep related beat & subs science

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Gibson Brothers: Ooh What A Life! (Gerd Janson & Shan Edit)

‘To quote John Lydon: “Disco sucks? You never heard that from me.’

Trust 028 (Euro 12")
M_Step: Cold Dust

Classic retro-futurist Electro EP

47 010 (UK 12")
Killawatt: 47 10

Heavy, experimental, industrialesque Techno steppers

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7 Days Ent 1012 (US 12")
Big Strick: Simple Pleasures

Mesmerising Detroit deep house

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7 Days Ent 1013 (US 12")
Big Strick: The Gathering

Top-notch Detroit deep house burner

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Solid Detroit deep house

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Generation Next: Our Time In Different Lives

Excellent dubby Detroit house

Doomsday Device: Device One

Taking up early 1990s Belgian Techno Rave vibes - minimalist, pure, efective DJ cuts