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New 12"s @ Amoeba Hollywood 2/1 - Helium Robots, Locked Groove, Demdike Stare, Pittsburgh Track Authority and more

Posted by Oliver / Matt / Jordan, February 1, 2012 11:58am | Post a Comment

Helium Robots
Jarza EP - Theo Parrish 12"
Running Back

EWAN WILMOTT, here as HELIUM ROBOTS, provides 2 brilliant tracks to the RUNNING BACK label - imaginative electro, balearic, disco music. On the flip, THEO PARRISH remixes "JARZA" and brings 2 different outcomes - both of which are magical trips through sound. Essential!

Purchase Jarza here:





Locked Groove
Rooted 12"
Hotflush

Hotflush presents the debut 12" from Belgian newcomer Locked Groove aka Tim Van de Meutter. The young producer delivers three hypnotizing and genre bending tracks that expertly weave the sounds of Berghain, soulful house and UK garage into a single crushing package. The Rooted EP draws you in with the title track, bouncing along to an acid baseline, then moves onto 'Drowning,' a moody techno track that was included on Scuba's DJ-Kicks mix compilation, filled with drum and ambient samples taken from field recordings. Lastly, 'Change,' a production that smartly melds classic house grooves with industrial techno, demonstrates Locked Groove's rhythmic finesse and long-term promise as an artist.

Purchase Rooted here:

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New 12"s @ Amoeba Hollywood 11/16 Jurgen Muller, John Daly, Marcel Dettmann, Elektro Guzzi, Lowtec, Untold and more

Posted by Oliver / Matt / Jordan, November 15, 2011 05:32pm | Post a Comment
Jurgen Muller
Science Of The Sea LP
Digitalis

New and perhaps final repress, all copies are on a marbled metallic sky blue vinyl. Jürgen Müller was a self-taught amateur musician who, while studying oceanic science at the University of Kiel, purchased some electronic instruments and set up a mobile studio on his house boat, docked along the town of Heikendorf, on the North Sea. He held a life-long fascination with the ocean, the expansive and endless inner-space of the deep, where he felt many ecological miracles had yet to be discovered, and which kindled a love for the unknown. This love of all things nautical started early in his youth and eventually led him to study the oceanic sciences. For one week in 1979, Jürgen took up with a film crew on a mission to document some sea-water toxicity testing that was being performed by a couple of notable biologists, only a few kilometers offshore. At the end of the expedition, he decided that he would make music to capture the strange feeling conjured by these experiences. Utilizing only a handful of barely-remembered childhood piano lessons, Jürgen set about creating his marine-influenced vignettes with some electronic instruments he had gathered through friends, as well as borrowing some new equipment from a local school's music department. As a general music lover, earlier in the '70s he had taken note of several avant-garde electronic composers who he felt simultaneously captured a purity of sound and sense of wonder that was lacking in other music. He dreamt of fusing this ideal with the synthetic recreations of nature. In a sense, one could say he stumbled onto an early "new age" aesthetic through pure ignorance and coincidence. Mixing relaxing ambient tones and spooky, otherworldly sounds, he came up with a unique approach. After filling several reels of home recordings, he held ambitions of becoming a film composer. He decided to start his own publishing company, Neue Wissenschaft, and hoped to compose albums to sell as production music to various film companies for use in documentaries and television programs. As he was simultaneously hard at work on his studies to finish school, he had to work on his music in short intervals, and often had to put it aside altogether. As a result, it took several years for him to actually realize his sole full-length recording, Science Of The Sea, the sessions for which began in late 1981, before finishing a year later. Less than 100 copies were pressed, and few of them were even sent out to potential clients. Most copies were eventually given to friends and family. Jürgen's musical gamble never quite paid off as he had hoped, and without any outside interest or connections in the music world, he soon abandoned any dreams of a musical existence and instead chose to further his oceanographic career. Remastered from the original tapes by Brad Rose. Cut to vinyl at Dubplates & Mastering, Berlin and pressed in Germany.

Purchase Science of the Sea here



Lions Of Judah
Rhythmatism 12"

Steadfast

Steadfast Records presents three smoking tracks of deep, chunky techno from a collaborative project featuring John Daly and the mystery man known as 19.454.18.5.25.5.18... Actually, it seems like there's only two tracks, but if you weren't blazed enough to forget 19.454.18.5.25.5.18's (wtf?) deep RA podcast, you should smoke this!

Purchase Rythmatism here





Marcel Dettmann

Conducted Sampler 1 & 2 12"
Music Man

Music Man Records is proud to present a sampler of the second mix CD from Marcel Dettmann. The tracklist of Conducted (MM 036CD) includes a mixture of new-to-be discovered talents, old-to-be re-discovered gems, and a few usual suspects. Conducted is a timeless mix from one of the most important players in today's techno scene. This is the first of two vinyl samplers, including tracks by Bluemoon Productions (1990!), Morphosis, Signal and FBK, the second of two vinyl samplers, includes tracks by Cheeba Starks (1996!), Vril, The Analogue Cops and Answer Code Request.

Purchase Sampler 1 here
Purchase Sampler 2 here




Elektro Guzzi

Parquet 2x12"
Macro

Elektro Guzzi deliver one of the most thrilling live performance models for techno and an innovative leap in the art of band performance at the very same time. It's almost the antithesis to what a band is supposed to be. While they use guitar, bass and drums only, they take the most unusual playing techniques and put them together into a rigid mechanical form where it all makes instant, evident sense. Yet, if they had not performed live extensively, becoming audience favorites from Mutek to Sónar or Berghain to Fabric, it would be hard to believe this is really how the music is created. Parquet, their second studio album, sees them in an unprecedented monomaniacal techno mode. Throughout the nine tracks, the distinctions between instruments and roles are totally vaporized. While their instrumental approach is at the core of their aesthetics, it really doesn't matter anymore if one sound comes from a guitar or bass or drum -- it has all been merged into one sonic unit and all there is, is the music as a unified entity. While all the qualities of live performance are at hand -- real-time interaction, visual plausibility, instant miniscule adaptations -- it is a radical break with what group performances have been about so far.Parquet is as much a straight-up club music record as it is rich with nuances and details. Astonishingly, while being their most rigid and dance-centered work to date, it also holds outbursts of beauty with tonal lines, ringing overtones and warm resonances. The rhythms are stripped down to the core and structured for affecting longer stretches of perception. Every track comes with a distinctive, almost "branding" feature -- like the hypnotic meter-shifting line of "Affumicato," the gated chords of "Pentagonia" or the abridged rhythm of "Absorber." Actually, it all was recorded directly to analog tape. No edits, no overdubs. It's the man-machine in real time and a hint at the love Elektro Guzzi put in the process.

Purchase Parquet here




Lowtec

Colored 12”
Nonplus

The title cut is a slice of edgy Berlin tech house that pumps along from the outset. "DARRYNANE" is an uncomfortably jittering beat compression over subtle, swirling synths and vocal samples that make for a hypnotic groove. "TWIZEL" is a lush, minimal deep house groove.

Purchase Colored here



Untold

Little Things Like That 12”
Clone Basement Series

Untold dropping two big tracks that will let no dancefloor unimpaired! After many amazing releases in the past years we have been impressed many times by his work. Now somehow everything falls at place for a Clone release, with Untold somehow bridging the gap between uk Bass music and the more 4/4 spectrum of music that we think must be experienced in a no-nonsense setting with a proper soundsystem (which is the main inspiration for the Basement series). Enjoy!

Purchase Little Things Like That here



Various
Inertia #1 & #2
Ann Aimee

Part one consists of four modern techno tracks on this first release of an Ann Aimee compilation series. All four new and exclusive tracks deal in techno urgency. Delta Funktionen goes deep and dramatic, Peter Van Hoesen offers up his usual dub-wise textures, while Lindau pairs icy hi-hats with a heavy, stomping beat. Sawlin offers the trippiest techno with his delightfully disheveled "Excipidial." Part Top of Form Part two of the four-part Inertia sampler. Previously unreleased. First up is Frenchman Marcelus, who offers a heavy house and techno fusion, before London's Sighagoes deep and ominous with "Finding Myself." Redshape and Area Forty_One close out the package with frozen, static-coated sounds and textured techno, respectively.

Purchase #1 here
Purchase #2 here


Dorisburg/Tundra
Claude Young & Takasi Nakajima
Roland S Faber/Gegen Den Strom
Ventress/AVN002
HNNY-Kornel Kovacs/Barn 006
De-Lite-Desiya/Wild Times Rmx
DMX Krew/Broken SD140
Erik Travis/Big Spender
Creative Swing Alliance/CSA EP
Powell/DIAG001
A Sagittarium/Circle Stops Som
Dax J & Chris Stainford/Progra
Altered Natives/White Label #1
Ivano Tetelepta/Smokin' G
Joseph Bacchilego/Human Form
Rich Oddie of Orphx/SFLTD001
Violet Poison/Violet Poison
Obtane & Giorgio Gigli-Tin Man
Kromestar/PARALLEL SOUNDS EP 12”
Distance/MEANSTREAK EP D12”
Calibre/PIANO BIZNESS 12”
B Bravo/KISS 'N' TELL EP 12”
Chris Joss/TERAPHONIC OVERDUBS DLP
Ursula 1000/MONDO BEYONDO (LTD) DLP
Il Bosco/EP 1 12”
Frootful/SLOWTIME (LACK OF AFRO RMX) 12”
Goth-Trad/BABYLON FALL EP D12”
Kassem Mosse/ENOHA EP 12”
Lee Scratch Perry vs Digital Mystikz/12"
Matt-U/EMPTY INSIDE 12”
Craggz & Parallel/FUTURE SHOCK-JUBEI 12”
Kyoto Jazz Massive/MOONSTARR EDITS 7”
Cyan341/DISCONNECTED 12
COTTAM: Deep Deep Down EP 12"
TIGER ROSE: Food For Dreams 12"
INKSWEL: Glass Tear Groove EP 12”
SCNTST: Monday 12”
EXTRAWELT: In Aufruhr 3LP
KEVIN GORMAN: Cast (Jonas Kopp Remix) 12”
EFDEMIN: Chicago Remixes (2) 12"
KEZ YM: Stride EP 12"
KOLSCH: Speicher 70 12”
LABEIJ (FEAT. BELLE), DAVID: Crazy Love 12”
FEINDREHSTAR: Triller EP 12"
CARLOS NILMMNS: Subculture 12”
RAUDIVE: Love Is The Devil 12"
SHIMMY SHAM SHAM: Shimmy Sham Sham 04 12"
SAMUEL ANDRE MADSEN: Love Like This 12”
WILLIAM FOWLER COLLINS: The Resurrections Unseen LP
LUV JAM/OUTLANDER: WPH White 12”

New 12" Electronic releases at Amoeba LA - Marcel Dettman, Roman Flugel, Kate Simko, T++, Marek Hemmann & More

Posted by Oliver / Matt / Jordan, May 5, 2010 10:17am | Post a Comment


MARCEL DETTMANN
Dettmann 3LP
(Ostgut)

This is the debut long-player by Berghain's resident DJ, producer and remixer Marcel Dettmann. Intrinsically tied to the myth that is Berghain by now, the attached label Ostgut Ton and at the same time with the regeneration of no-frills, cleansed and powerful electronic music, Marcel Dettmann managed a daring feat: the production of a truly absorbing and veritable techno album. Spread out over these tracks, Dettmann transports the raw energy, the rough aesthetics and the simple grace of techno. A Berliner-by-choice, the difficult format doesn't bog him down. Neither does he give in to exhausting finger exercises that try to supersede his learned trade, nor does he confront the listener with hasty or brutal tracks that would rather feel at home pressed on a 12" in a DJ-case. Tracks like "Reticle," "Drawing," "Captivate" or "Silex" seem like the convergence of his striking efforts and discography up until now. You get contemplative moments with almost-weightless layers of sound that get used like melodies or chords, rotating with condensed, intensified and sappy snatches. Rigour and austere beauty go hand-in-hand. Surprisingly enough, with a genre that is aware of its own history, Dettmann never falls prey to the dangerous and seductive nature of nostalgia. However, Dettmann sounds as fresh and self-contained as techno nowadays can be. And more so, it once and for all establishes its eponym as a genre mainstay. However described or classified, his music is a successful meditation about the art form we call techno.

Listen to "Captivate" here:



T ++
Wireless LP 
(Honest Jons)

Wireless is the last work Torsten Profrock produced as T++. Long ago snagged by the rhythmic innovations of the post‐jungle underground, Profrock makes explicit his debt to the radical fringe of UK garage. Snapping 2‐step rhythms are at the heart of these tracks; additionally, the release is shot through with the contorted samples of voice and ndingidi from a handful of old East African 78s. The result: a record that sounds both ancient and modern, possessing an almost occult power.

Listen to "Voices No Bodies" here:





ROMAN FLUGEL
Brian Le Bon/N.M.I.S.M.D. 12"
(Robert Johnson)

Live At Robert Johnson presents a 12" by Roman Flügel -- and what a bass-heavy beauty he created! "N.M.I.S.M.D." highlights his use of 808 electrical circuitry in combination with some eccentric vocal bits and irresistible grooves that make even strange bodies move. "Brian Le Bon" leaves such funky analogies behind and aims at the melancholic and epic side of things. This is what the Joy Division dance orchestra would have sounded like.







A MOUNTAIN OF ONE
INSTITUTE..REMIXES 12"
(Mountain)

Remix EP featuring exclusive unreleased remixes from the "INSTITUTE OF JOY" CD on limited edition white vinyl. Tracklisting: "BONES" both TIME AND SPACE MACHINE and TIEDYE remixes, "AHEAD OF THE CURVE" RICHARD NIGHTSTALKER GATEAUX (aka NEIL DUNN) remix, and "HAIL PLEASURE" BAD PASSION remix.










OMAR

THE REMIXES - HENRIK SCHWARZ 12"
(Peppermint Jam)

Finally the great HENRIK SCHWARZ remix of OMAR's "FEELING YOU" gets an official release! Also included on this bangin EP is "LAY IT DOWN" remixed by ANDRE LODEMANN, TRIAD takes a stab at "STYLIN," and SHOW B's acid mix of "YOUR MESS" finishes off this essential record.

Listen to Henrik Schwarz's remix of "Feeling You" here:






KATE SIMKO

LOST IN TIME EP 12"
(Eklo)

Chicago's KATE SIMKO, known for her work on SPECTRAL, drops LOST IN TIME. The title track shows the deep and intense side of her music. Dark grooves led by atmospheric pads, synths, & keys. On the flip is a DOP remix that's a bit more pop & "PASTIS" which is a more organic & analog rhythm Black Dog:


Listen to DOP's remix of "Lost in Time":







MISSING LINKX
GOT A MINUTE 12"
(Philpot)

THE MISSING LINKX (SOULPHICTION & MK) bring their 2nd effort on PHILPOT! Three more live pieces -- the real deal, no edits, no polish, no boundaries. Includes the amazing tracks "GOT A MINUTE," "CAN'T U GET A GRIP!," and "HAD TOO MUCH TO DREAM LAST NIGHT." Really fresh colored vinyl release.










MAREK HEMMANN
Left/Right EP 12"
(Freude am Tanzen)

On this 12" Marek Hemmann is the leader in producing; on point, at the center of the heart of the club. This time, he has marshaled foreign forces for both pieces. Fabian Reichelt intones with an airiness and soul and a guarded intensity on both sides. It is Hemmann's first real vocal record, which will, just as his own discography has already, enrich the dance floors and beyond. Yes to the voice, yes to fresh techno.

Listen to "Left" here:








STL
THINGS FROM THE BASEMENT 12"
(Something)

THINGS FROM THE BASEMENT continues the ongoing STL project w/ remarkable tracks from beginning to end. Old school Chicago-style rawness w/ clear influences from current artists like JAMAL MOSS, THEO PARRISH, FLYLO, etc. The range of sounds on here are dope! Also includes an INTRUSION remix.

Listen to "Vintage Hunter" here:






RIPPERTON
NOCTURNAL REFLECTION #1 12"
(Plak)

A 14-minute epic track with ecstatic keyboards, melancholic strings & raw beats. Call it house, techno or what you want, this is an outstanding, soulful piece of music written by the electronic chameleon Ripperton. From analog to analog, dedicated to wax lovers. One-sided release.








BOO WILLIAMS - Residual EP 12" (Rush Hour)

JAHCOOZI - Barefoot Wanderer Remixes Part 1 12" (B-Pitch)

GLITTERBUG - Privilege 2LP (CSides)

TADEO - Series 02 12" (Cyclical)

VA - 2010 (2) 12" (Dial)

VA - 2010 (3) 12" (Dial)

SOLOMUN - Remix:Session 05 12" (Diynamic)

MAETRIK - So Real 12" (Dumb Unit)

SAN SEBASTIEN - Stellar Winds/Continental 12" (Echocord)

JAMIE LLOYD - Beware Of The Remixes 12" (FCL 041EP)

QUINCE - Noodles 12" (GR 010EP)

RICK WADE - The Craft User 12" (HP 013EP)

MIKAEL STRAVOSTRAND - How To Be 12" (Highgrade)

SNUFF CREW - More Fun 12" (GIGOLO 264EP)

HUNGRY GHOST - Illuminations 12" (International Feel)

DATENZAUBER - Speicher 66 12" (Kompakt)

DAEDELUS - Meanwhile... LP (Laboratory)

ANDRE GALLUZZI & DANA RUH - Freya/Mauersegler 12" (Ostgut)

BIRDS & SOULS - Birds & Souls 12" (Spectral)

PURSUIT GROOVES - Fox Trot Mannerisms 12" (Tectonic)

BADAWI/SHACKLETON - El Topo 12" (Index)

NEUROTIC DRUM BAND - Robotic Hypnotic Adventure Remixes 12”

TOKIMONSTA - Cosmic Intoxication 12" (Ramp)

MUDD & POLLARD - Vincent 12" (Claremont 56)

ANTON ZAP - I Get No Kick From...12" (Ethereal Sound)

GADI MIZRAHI - Joint Custody 12" (Double Standard)

I:CUBE - Falling EP 12" (Versatile)

New Electronic/House 12" at Amoeba Hollywood: Innervisions, Cadenza, Robag Wruhme, The Revenge and more...

Posted by Oliver / Matt / Jordan, March 5, 2010 12:56pm | Post a Comment


HENRIK SCHWARZ/AME/DIXON

A Critical Mass Live EP 12"
Innervisions

As a result of 2009's "A Critical Mass" tour, Innervisions release two tracks recreated from the recorded live material. The A-side is based on the former Henrik Schwarz hit "Chicago." This new, eerie, bleepy techno version has a touch of early M-Plant production and was recorded during the Flow Festival in Helsinki in August 2009. "Berlin-Karlsruhe Express" is an aquatic Drexciyan house inferno by Henrik Schwarz/Âme/Dixon, and was the highlight of every live show.









ROBAG WRUHME

Dreiklangkrapriolen 12"
Musik Krause (MKR 031)

Robag Wruhme returns toting three nuggets which are somewhere between gentle hardcore with a weakness for horns, and a warm coolness. Dark, complex and almost avant garde. For all intents and purposes, a Lindenberg with Kafka-esque posing on a steamer, turned in the direction of the Ziller Valley. All three have a frugal consumption of a mere 4 liters per 100km, and there is still a healthy acceleration here that is lively and quick.








MARCEL DETTMANN

Dettmann Remixed 12"
Ostgut (OSTGUT 033EP)

In anticipation of Marcel Dettmann's debut full-length, Ostgut Ton presents a remix package of four original tracks, courtesy of Norman Nodge and Wincent Kunth. From the very first bar of Norman Nodge's remix of "Shift," an urgent, pumping charge of fizzing electricity is let loose, letting the arrangement simply flow. More raw energy powers also are throughout his remix of "Unrest." Taking a recognizably metallic Dettmann-forged synth pattern, Nodge's frenetic yet respectfully withheld structure guides you sure and steady through the smokescreen.

Listen to Unrest (Norman Nodge Remix):


LULA CIRCUS
Blumenholz 12"
Acker (ACKER 017EP)

"To sound the bell for the slowly but constantly sprouting spring also in a musical respect, the crew from Acker called for support from the Mediterranean sceneries of Italy: The two operators of the Lula Circus have already pricked up the ears of lovers of flamboyant tech house tunes with their recent releases on Resopal. Matching the season, they are now back to send up the temperatures on dance floors again. 'Waiting For The Sun' to come impatiently, this tracks frisks along on a bouncy bass and prompts dreamy spring fever with breezy- warm panpipe sounds. After that, 'Tears And Ice' makes quite clear where it goes to already during the first bars: Straight ahead! Beyond whipping hi hats and cutting snare impacts, slowly but constantly a piano loop clears its path to the surface. Later on the smoky and outrageously casual rap of a lady adds on and prepares a really explosive departure. The panpipes from the A-side make a perfect meal for Mr. Mollono.bass and so the euphony, in which he launches himself into a remix on the other side of this vinyl, can clearly be heard. Besides his typical, extensive percussion repertoire, also his hypnotic style is unmistakable. Finally the 'Lipstick Gang' comes around in a crunchy and reduced manner, this time it's the rhythmically emphasized voice of a male lending this track a distinct easiness." Acker



MIRKO LOKO

Seventynine Remixes 12"
Cadenza (CADENZA 045EP)

Cadenza presents a special remix package of tracks from Mirko Loko's Seventynine, featuring Carl Craig and Ricardo Villalobos. Craig's remix of "Love Harmonic" stretches to nearly 12 minutes and, following a long, gradual build-up of rolling congas, trademark C2 sawtooth drones slice through a haze of strings. Villalobos' remix of "Takhtok" places the chanting children's choir of the original at center stage, framing them with a velvety curtain of fuzzy synthesizers and shirred, crumpled beats. This is Ricardo at his amniotic best.

Listen to Carl Craig's Love Harmonic remix:








MARCELLO NAPOLETANO

Chicago-Detroit-New York 12"
Quintessential (QUINTESSE 011EP)

Marcello Napoletano has made his name on the circuit: his first 12" and his awesome album on Mathematics show his love of analog instruments and old school house. These 4 tracks reference his early influences and his much-loved sound: Chicago - Detroit - New York! Quintessentials tracks are raw, but they have soul, and that's why Napoletano fits in with this label 100%.









THE REVENGE

Looking up to You 12"
Motor City Drum Ensemble (MCDE1204)

THE REVENGE loops a popular sample into a slow burner that maintains disco vibes while being a heads down house track. GROOVEMAN SPOT on the flip, offering a more trippy version with filters over the main synth & shuffled snares to skip along to.













MARK PRITCHARD

Elephant Dub 12"
Deep Medi MEDI025

This music veteran (JEDI KNIGHTS, HARMONIC 313, GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS, RELOAD, TROUBLEMAN) drops a thudding, dub heavy anthem in the making, while B-side "HEAVY AS STONE" utilizes a beautiful, soulful female vocal over a lush, abstract track pushing future garage sounds forward.

Listen to Elephant Dub:








TENSNAKE 

Coma 12"
Permanent Vacation (PERMVAC049)

This sampler incl. three exclusive tracks taken from the cd comp: "IF THIS IS HOUSE I WANT MY MONEY BACK," Burners "COMA CAT," "NEED YOUR LOVIN," and "GET IT RIGHT" are all on this house meets disco record. Plus a remix from 6TH BOROUGH PROJECT (CRAIG SMITH & THE REVENGE).

Listen to Coma:







GLIMPSE

If I Was Your Girl 12"
Crosstown Rebels (CRM 057EP)

Crosstown Rebels presents a taste of the sublime debut album from Glimpse. Spiced up with warm, luscious pads and delirious vocals, "If I Was Your Girl" reinvigorates Glimpse's current sound while skillfully imprinting his endearing signature. The original version will only see the light of day on the album, while this EP brings an alternative "Glimpse Beats" mix to the table. Simon Baker reworks the track into a melodic, piano-laden affair, with stabbing epic chords.






ELLEN ALLIEN - Pump 12" (BPC 209EP)

VA: MARCO RESSMANN - Remixed 12" (UY 031EP)

BOYS NOIZE - Transmission RMX Pt. 1 12" (BNR 041ER)

HUGO & MARCIN CZUBALA - Zoo Comunale 12" (MOBILEE 062EP)

ANJA SCHNEIDER - iThought 12" (MOBILEE 063EP)

MOTORCITYSOUL - Deliver Me Remixed 12" (SIMPLE 1046EP)

POPULETTE - Mommy/Daddy 12"

CHRISTIAN MARTIN - Ghosts 12”

ARCHITEQ - GREEN & GOLD DLP TIRK048LP

BEATSY COLLINS - RAY CHARLES RE-EDIT 7" DP007

JINDER - YOUTH BLOOD 12" TBRAD001

KOTEY EXTRA BAND & BOTTIN - HOT RING 12" BFK044

SORCERER - CHEMISE 12" TIRK057

BADAWAI - EL TOPO & DSTRY ALL PRFTS RMX 12" INDEX001

THE BUG - RUN (FEAT FLOWDAN) 12" SWAMP004

ERDEERSCHNITZEL - 4 MONTHS 12" STRIKE1

I.F.M - YES WE ARE EP 12" DPC028

SEAN BROSNAN - SATJAM 12" NEEDW003