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Written on Monday, May 21st, 2018


Freund der Familie – Freund der Familie – Panorama – FDF 008


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A1: CRM (Radio Mix)

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B1: MNL

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B2: PRS

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Kann – Various Artists – Family Horror X Good Times (3LP + Booklet) – Kann36


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‘Family Horror X Good Times’ is an extensive 15 tracks compilation, where the Leipzig label reflects on an intense and impassioned decade. KANN asked close friends and long time idols to play their part to the full to complete the third edition of the label’s Family Horror compilation series. The outcome is a clear snapshot of the musical inclinations of the three label founders, Sevensol & Map.ache (aka Manamana) and Bender, encapsulating an idiosyncratic, modern house sound that demands an emotional response.
The compilation comes rounded off by a booklet of photographs from Ria aka Lux which just like the music captures some of the beautiful ‘Good Times’ from this very special period, this time on paper.



A1: Innere Tueren – Eden

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A2: Eau Thermale – Koburger Bruecke

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A3: Mary Yalex – Turquoise

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B1: Underspreche – Against (Dub)

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B2: Sevensol & Bender – Malekula

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C1: Map.ache – Thank U Again

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C2: Matt Karmil – Clean Bus

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D1: Jacques Bon & Eugene Pascal – Château D’Eau

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E1: Art Alfie & Axel Boman – Rätt Sida Om Cirkus

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E2: Lawrence – Cany

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F1: Perm – HEGDL

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F2: Philipp Matalla – Island Jam (Edit)

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Shaw Cuts – Farron – Invincible Shaolin – SC007


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Farron gets back on Shaw Cuts with his fourth record, ‘Invincible Shaolin’ – a tale of double-dealing, rivalry, royalty and bad blood. Manchu General Pu’s evil quest to eradicate the shaolin tradition unfolds, cunningly pitting north and south shaolins against each other. ‘Spring Break Ya Neck’ opens the clash with its rhythmic shifts and whirling synth pads. The northern masters prevail.
After Pu’s henchmen secretly kill the southern shaolin, the General blames the masters from the North, unleashing chaos. ‘Cosmicaph’ restores order, its pounding drums and floating melodies giving new strength to the southern shaolin. Revenge must be taken.
To prepare for conquer, the southern master sends three of his disciples to three masters to learn their secret weapons. ‘Sir Hatch’ sets the pace with rolling punches, dirty synths and sharp percussion as the three disciples transform into lethal fighting machines.
Just before the final encounter between the shaolin, Leibniz lands on the scene with his fresh interpretation of ‘Spring Break Ya Neck’, revealing to both schools that they have been deceived. Joining forces, north and south battle the General and his men, led by Leibniz’s funky drum patterns and turbulent synth action.
And the shaolin spirit lives on…



A1: Spring Break Ya Neck

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A2: Cosmicaph

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B1: Sir Hatch

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B2: Spring Break Ya Neck (Leibniz Remix)

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