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Juno Records, the world’s largest online dance music and DJ & studio equipment store.
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Nail's 89:Ghost label continues with this new wedge of goodness from Logic Systems. The self-titled EP is the first we've heard of this particular producer, although it could just as easily be an alias for the boss himself. Whoever is behind the music, they should be thoroughly pleased with themselves. The quality and imagination that has been poured into these tracks is evident - 'Ariel' shimmers with its plush layers of synths and understated beat, while 'S.C.A.M.P.' gets some even more startling keys in the mix. The story is the same on the flip, weaving a masterful tale that adds perfectly to the 89:Ghost canon.
180 gram vinyl 12" πŸ”Š http://bit.ly/2obvhEf πŸ”Šο»Ώ

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From Another Mind commanders-in-chief SHDW & Obscure Shape invite back previous guests from their club night to breathe new life into the first 3 much praised From Another Mind records. Ryan James Ford brings a touch of IDM-ish bleep techno to 'Augen Der Nacht', while Konstantin Sibold takes on 'Gesang Der Toten Dinge' and Tale Of Us + Mind Against put their own spin on 'Die Weisse Rose'. Ed Davenport explores his Inland project further on 'Die Macht Des Schicksals'. The release is split in 2 version EPs, namely FAM004.1 & FAM004.2. Both artworks function by themselves however its full glory shines when held next to each other as the paintings complement each other.
Limited 180 gram vinyl 12" πŸ”Š http://bit.ly/2ofOzFA πŸ”Šο»Ώ

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After four years punctuated by dodgy European football streams and failing equipment, Bandshell's back in his 'Public Skin'.
#Bass
White label 12" + insert limited to 200 copies
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Belfast boys Queen & Disco return for a 3rd outing on their eponymous label, serving up 2 gently straightened-out edits tweaked for peak-time plays. On the A-side you'll find the rising strings, rich orchestration and celebratory vocals of 'Let's Go All The Way', a guitar solo-laden disco bumper tailor made for party-starting fun. Arguably even better is 'Just Be Yourself', a high-octane disco thumper that's a little more loopy and house-friendly in construction. It sits somewhere between the loop jams of soundstream, the riotously camp thrust of Sylvester, and the "drum machine added" edit thrills of Boogie Cafe Records boss man JimmyTheTwin.
12" πŸ”Š http://bit.ly/2on6E43 πŸ”Šο»Ώ

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This collaborative 12" single brings together two veterans of the French tech-house scene, monsieurs Dan Ghenacia + Chris Carrier. As a result, the quality threshold is naturally rather high. A-side 'The Blue Grass' sets the tone, with Ghenacia and Carrier wrapping minor key chords and jammed-out motifs around a jazzy, brilliantly programmed tech-house rhythm. On the flip, you'll find the restless hustle of 'Kind Of Blues' - where looped, cyclical riffs and trippy spoken word chatter catch the ear - and the bass-heavy, driving tech-house funk of the slightly jazzy 'Blue Stick'. In other words, it's a rock solid collection of club-ready cuts.
180 gram vinyl 12" πŸ”Š http://bit.ly/2njvMed πŸ”Šο»Ώ

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The latest offering on Owen Jay's Batti Batti label features a cast of characters doing different but equally excellent things within the realm of deep house. Acasual is up 1st, presenting a reflective tour through lingering chords and swirling pads perfect for rainy spring days, while Tominori Hosoya goes one further with the soul-stirring ambience of 'Thinking Of The Days'. Kiddmisha + DJ Apoena set light to the B-side with the restrained but utterly on-point depth charge 'Dancin', and then Jonno & Tommo round the record out with the sultry 'Mystic Feelings', making this a complete package of high grade house music from the heart.
140 gram vinyl 12" πŸ”Š http://bit.ly/2mTtm2v πŸ”Šο»Ώ

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White Material's Galcher Lustwerk + Alvin Aronson return under the guise of Studio OST with a 4-track EP of live jams on Lustwerk Music. While the pair's 2016 debut 'Scenes (2012-2015)' leaned towards home listening, 'Eventide/Ascension' shifts the focus back to the dancefloor with two chugging cinematic house tracks. 'Eventide' is an evolving nebula of fluttering pads and lush percussion, while the hot-electric drums of 'Ascension' are complimented by sharp synth chords that unfurl into controlled chaos. A beatless version of 'Eventide' and a drums only version of 'Ascension' sweeten the deal.
180 gram vinyl 12" πŸ”Š http://bit.ly/2ncmEYG πŸ”Šο»Ώ

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Sexing up the dance with every edit and beat he does, Parisian Onra is at it again with 2 hazy, slow-mo R&B renditions. Loopy, filtered, woozy and loaded with a warm soul feel that's so rich it almost flops over the drums, there's a real finesse to 'Every Little Thang', it struts with a great swagger as the kicks and vocal match each other's off-beat mood. Meanwhile on the B, 'Just Can't Get Enuff' is just a smidgen more upbeat and enshrouded in balmy pads and cleverly layered vocal loops. We can't get enough of this.
12" πŸ”Š http://bit.ly/2mL4xWj πŸ”Šο»Ώ

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REPRESS ALERT! Paranoid London build on the success of 'We Come To Rock' with two more razor-sharp, 303-enhanced hardware jams for sweat-soaked basements and pitch-black warehouses. Of the two, it's the more ragged and psychedelic 'Our Man Though' that hits home hardest, thanks largely to the combo layering waves of twisted acid lines on top of distorted, teak-tough drum machine beats. 'Give Me The' is a little more sedate in comparison, but still impresses thanks to its smart combination of a menacing groove, pitched-down vocal samples and occasional, undulating acid motifs.
Hand-stamped 12" repress πŸ”Š http://bit.ly/2nCDlOE πŸ”Šο»Ώ

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Since returning to action last year after a near 2 year hiatus, Ion Ludwig has barely put a foot wrong. 'For Real We Are Not For You' marks his 1st appearance on Toi Toi Musik, and predictably continues his fine run of form. On the A-side you'll find 'Not For You', a woozy and slippery concoction where off-kilter electronic bleeps and delay-laden blips rise above a skewed, bass-heavy rhythm. Turn the record over and you'll find 'Are We For Real', a wonderfully evocative combination of slow-burn acid lines, ghostly chords, low register cello strings, pulsing pads, and mind-altering, minimalist house percussion. It tends towards the melancholic, but is all the more impressive for that.
12" πŸ”Š http://bit.ly/2mPRJ2K πŸ”Šο»Ώ
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