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Code Is Law – Moerbeck / Under Black Helmet – Where The Wild Things Are EP – codeislaw012/strong>


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In search for where the wild things are, Under Black Helmet and label boss Mørbeck have teamed up for the 12th release on Code Is Law. Sailing into the night on side A, Mørbeck delivers two trippy techno cuts, while Under Black Helmet is misbehaving on side B.



A1: Moerbeck feat. WYAD – Travel in Mind

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A2: Moerbeck – Where The Wild Things Are

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B1: Under Black Helmet – Staring Into Yellow Eyes

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B2: Under Black Helmet – Misbehavior

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Crayon – Mark Ambrose – Cray-4 – Cray-4


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Written and produced by Mark Ambrose



A1: Lf001

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A2: Frogs

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B1: 5am

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B2: Asteroids

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Kann – Things From The Basement – Intimacy – Kann28


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After almost two years “Things From The Basement” are back with another very patient contribution for KANN. Next to their very intimate and minimalist original jams the 6 tracker includes three different dancefloor focused remix approaches from Sevensol, Map,ache & Polo.
The label’s final record of 2016 consists of a wide ranging musical package, all tracks are sorted by genres but unified in the same vibe.



A1: No One Belongs Here More Than You

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B1: View From The Window

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B2: Intimacy

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C1: No One Belongs Here More Than You (Sevensol Remix)

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C2: No One Belongs Here More Than You (Polo Remix)

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D1: No One Belongs Here More Than You (Map.ache Remix)

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Kintsugi Soundsystem – He/aT & Tom Dicicco – Journey To Yomi EP – veinsofgold001


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Kintsugi: a Japanese technique for repairing broken pottery with veins of gold
Long time cohorts He/aT (aka Chris Finke) and Tom Dicicco join forces for the first time to form “Kintsugi Soundsystem”; a special label & performance project which kicks off with the split “Journey To Yomi EP”. Four special tracks to launch their new imprint , sinister atmospheric techno but not as you may know it , searching deeper and further.
Rounding off the EP are the first 2 “Veins Of Gold” in the series – locked grooves cut specifically for DJ use. Fierce loops for use in your warehouses – warning.. club tested and devastating for the adventurous dj.



A1: He/aT – Physician Heal Thyself

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A2: Tom Dicicco – Vienna Grey

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A3: Veins Of Gold I [Locked Groove]

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AA1: Tom Dicicco – They Modify Each Other

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AA2: He/aT – Where The Sun Don’t Shine

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AA3: Veins Of Gold II [Locked Groove]

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VRV – Raíz – Raiz Remixes (Silent Servant / Cell Injection / Subversive) – VRV007


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For nearly a decade, Raíz and Subversive have distributed their vision of dance music on various labels including Historia y Violencia, Electric Deluxe, Construct Reform, Droid Recordings and their own imprint VRV. Three years into the VRV project, the label heads have decided it is time to expand the roster and showcase artists on a similar plane, producers they know can speak to the sound. The chosen interpreters on this release include Drumcell & Truncate as Cell Injection, and Silent Servant.
Silent Servant Remixes Raíz’s Cored 3
The former Sandwell District and current Jealous God co-conspirator steps up with a stark composition in which melodic arpeggiation builds over industrial drones and echoing drums. The mix of sound reaches a clear peak, then segues into a calm that’s expertly tooled for mixing.
Drumcell and Truncate Remix Raíz’s Cored 2
Droid Behavior’s best-known producers take up their Cell Injection collaboration to hollow out Raíz’s “Cored 2” for a driving roller with eerie pads and a darker sensibility.
Subversive Remixes Raíz’s Cored 4
Subversive breathes another level of funk into the original, with clanging percussion and a new melodic motif.



A1: Cored 3 (Silent Servant Remix)

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B1: Cored 2 (Cell Injection Remix)

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B2: Cored 4 (Subversive Remix)

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