house . techno . electronica . ambient . neo-classical


Back in stock Cover of Bone Sucka by Pangaea.
Primo club tackle from big man Pangaea. Eat the breakbeat on the A-side or lose it to the tripped out pianos on the flip. This one goes  out to all the ravers and misbehavers - no stress.


12" Info: Back in stock - 1 copy available!

Stupendously limited second release from the wonderfully named Hiroshima 45 Chernobyl 86 Windows 95. Another various artists collection kicking off with an asphalt licking throb from Violet Poison who takes Italo synth crunch and EBM's carnal thrust before adding his own fizzy distortion. Diana Berti keeps the 80s qualities in tact through "Spider Pit" which combines galloping arps with motorik drums for an exercise in overwhelming, cinematic electronic disco. Finally, coldwave brilliance from Opfer Der Hingabe who's icy tense thriller, "The Victim" lends itself to murder mysteries set in the dead of Winter and in rural isolation. Made in Italy and with a rather dashing vinyl press, these won't hang around long folks!

Canoe is back. It has been almost a year since the last one. If you are not familiar with this imprint and their tackle, it is uptempo full-on dancefloor no frills affairs. Basically good house music that goes straight to the jugular. Even the buried and dead can easily be waken up to these beats.

On this release, Nyra -label honcho- offers us two full on 45rpm killer tracks. On 'Trust You' it is all about buoyant and technicoloured sparkling house music. The typical track that deserves to be huge, with a powerful sample and a devishly great use of a simple loop.

On the 'It's Your TIme' side, things do not get weaker. Actually the opposite is true. Nyra gets more playful and creative with the breaks offering you the same formula as above and keeping the feisty vibe well alive. It is on the fast lane of the house music highway and sits perfectly on a techno set when you need to shine a bit of light to your tunnel of darkness that you have buried your dancefloor with. Full of disco lick samples and mega punchy on the beats. This is the classic track that everyone in da club tries to shazam on their phones or is asked about continuously in forums on the worldwide web.

This, my friends, is the type of record that surfaces about once a month (if) and leaves the whole dance section of this shop bouncing to the beat and wishing the track did not finish. It shows you that among all the dross, there is always hope!

Absolute stomper! Sleep at your own peril. 


Patrick says: Ooof! Nyra fires up the studio for another batch of Canoe killers, this time applying the high octane disco house treatment to Mary Wilson's "Red Hot" and Oby Onyioha's "Enjoy Your Life". Peaktime crunch!

After a liittle hiatus of 2 years the label which was formed back in 2013 by the founder of the ground breaking hedonistic undergound parties Bohemian Grove of the industrial city of Manchester is back. The label will be bringing all kinds of electronic sounds mainly from the reaches of the cities industrial smog but some reaching further around the cosmos. This time we have debuting artist DANE WEAVER with his first release on the label.

'Everybody on the West Coast knew Bubbles Bubblesynski. We were going to make a record with him before he was murdered. We made it anyway with audio from his Facebook posts and we’ll be donating all profits to LGBTQ friendly organisations in San Francisco.' 

That is a sad story for an intro but it is the raw truth and it is exactly what it says on the press release. The music reflects such rawness with its hypnotic, repetitive, pounding and industrial acid house on the face attitude. Unapologetically contagious, this is in line with other Paranoid London productions. They do what they do best and in my opinion this monster sits between the legendary 'Transmission 5' and the unforgiving and relentless acid attack on 'Machines Are Coming' - they are not coming, they are here already in case you have not noticed. 

As said folks, another release by Paranoid London in similar vein as their other productions. Perhaps not as groundbreaking as 'Paris Dub' but its soul is definetely there and yes, it is essential. Will not disappoint the fans. 


Sil says: I miss my weekly dose of techno and house. But helpful Patrick came to the rescue pointing out at this Paranoid London vinyl that just came in. Monster pounding unforgiving acid house as good as anything. Their trademark production is all here for you to play with. Your audience will love this and so we do at the dance section of this shop. Get it pronto!

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