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Beautiful South Sudanese song w/ outstanding, epic Portable rework & direct, Chicago-esque Tama Sumo version

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Portable: Albatross Remixes

Classy leftfield House w/ tripping Kowton & banging Shakir version

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Acid Camp 001 (D 12")
Simic: Corot-7b
Flxk1 & DB1: Transitions EP

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

Odd Socks 009 (D 12")
Nas1: Woodside EP

Classy, warm, slightly Beatdown & Disco flavored House EP

Tresor 289 (D 12")
Mike Parker: Disintegrating Sand EP

Classy, minimalist, stomping Techno w/ dynamic sound sphere & designer Bleeps (comes w/ download card)

Fiedelone 5 (D 12")
Fiedel: Deare

AAA rated slamming Techno jacker

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Rrose: Arc Unknown

Boomy, noisy, droning, ace Techno trips

Chiwax Ltd 010 (D 12")
DJ Skull: The Drum

Classy, euphoric & playful House / Techno drivers

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Figure 083 (D 12")
Cleric: Resurrection

Jacking big room Techno & chilled Downtempo / Ambient bonus cuts

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Janice 002 (D 12")
Janice: Janice 2

Forceful, bold, highly effective Techno bangers

Continuous Mode: Disinformation Design

Brilliant leftfield Techno w/ ingenious sound design by Andi Mellwig (of Porter Ricks)

Playhouse 150 (D 12")
Snuff Crew: I Like It

Chicago house inspired club tunes

Pressure Traxx 016 (D Do 12")

Expertly tripped out minimalist House jams

Wax No. 10001 (D 12")
Wax: No. 10001

Guaranteed floor burning, raw Techno cuts

Wax No. 20002 (D 12")
Wax: No. 20002

Brilliant, early 1990s reminiscent, direct Techno

Wax No. 30003 (D 12")
Wax: No. 30003

Oldschool-not-oldschool Techno bombs

Zhark 00016 (D 12")
Kareem: Druids

Superb Noise/Industrial/Industrial Techno EP

MDR 019 (D 12")

Boomy, driving, rhythm focused DJ tool Techno bombs