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Written on Thursday, March 21st, 2019


777 Recordings – Radioworkers / Seixlack – Dixava – 777_16


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Showcasing Brazil with a split EP by new members Radioworkers (Benjamin Sallum, Pedro Zopelar & Henrique Martinelli) and 777 regular Seixlack (aka Innsyter)!



A1: Radioworkers – Things Are What They Are

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A2: Radioworkers – PT

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A3: Radioworkers – Displace

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B1: Seixlack – Medroso

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B2: Seixlack – Yi-Ja

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B3: Seixlack – Minha Conta

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Drowned Records – Various Artists – Drowned X – DRWND010


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The circus has been in town for years, now it’s time to move on. But before we say goodbye, clear the ring please for one last demonstration of Bremen dancefloor madness. A fire ring of tracks by all acrobats and clowns from Drowned Records is ready to infest the record bags of deejays worldwide one very last time. Thank you for your support, it has been a great time.



A1: Tobs – Goodbye Prophet

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A2: Qnete – Die Rückkehr Der Beklemmung

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A3: Precious Panda Experience – Der Höllentrip

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B1: Alias & Alias – Dinoflex

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B2: Lem – Ego Medley

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B3: Ankerkluese – Stefmania Warp

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Future Deja Vu – Photonz & Shcuro – Shermanworx EP – FDV004


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Lisbon pals Photonz and Shcuro are two of the city’s most active DJs and music makers, sharing a penchant for a moody yet electrifying brand of dance sonics. They’ve created Shermanworx together in the studio, recording machines live using an ethos of improvisation while relying on their fine-tuned dancefloor intuition. The Sherman Filterbank was the go-to piece of equipment, appearing in every track and eventually naming the EP.
Tribal techno swirls menacingly backed by dark melodies in the opening track, a hypnotic yet vivid peak-time belter that could go on and on.
A synth so textured you can almost touch it is the centrepiece of Sherman2, another driving club beast complete with modulated arpeggios and industrial-tinged percussions.
The record comes to close with a dreamier exercise in Sherman3: a dubby electro beat conducts melodic mutant synth lines and pads to achieve a slow-burning, expansive euphoria.



A1: Sherman1

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B1: Sherman2

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B2: Sherman3

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HNS-X – HNS-X – HNS-X Volume 4 – HNS-X-4


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HNS-X made a new record after a while: „The music was new, black polished chrome and came over the summer like liquid night.“ HNS-X drops another cup of fluent Acid (any Tin Man fans around? tune in!) and bangin’ Techno on the flip!



A1: Moist

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B1: Basic Sequence 1

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B2: Basic Sequence 2

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HPTY Recordings – Trevor Deep Jr. – Kazi EP – HPTY011


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Fresh souldful Trevor Deep Jr. output in co-op with Mood Music featuring special guest artists!



A1: Magnesia feat. Kumea Sound

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A2: Kazi Kazi feat. Abdissa Assefa

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B1: Plan B feat. Abdissa Assefa

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B2: Forest Whisper

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KMusic – James Kumo – Drifter EP – KMusic009


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Label-head JAMES KUMO brings three original cuts to his KMusic imprint with Plan B co-founder DJ SPIDER on remix duties. Title track ‘Drifter’ kicks things off as celestial pads swell alongside rumbling sub bass and ethereal arpeggios before off-kilter synths and rugged industrial drums are presented by New York’s DJ Spider who steps up to deliver a darker and more dramatic aesthetic with his interpretation.
Next, ‘Evolution’ sees Kumo utilise stereo delayed chord stabs as underpinning pads create an ethereal feel. Rounding off the package, ‘Spectro Jazz’ sees a brooding top line resonating alongside jazz-infused atmospherics and subtle background effects to create a raw, refined and hypnotic finish to the release.



A: Drifter (Original)

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AA: Drifter (DJ Spider Remix)

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B: Evolution

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BB: Spectro Jazz

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Meltdown Deejays – Torolf Stendik – HEL-TXL EP – MLTDWN003


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Without a doubt this EP by Torolf Stendik is going to touch your senses. HEL-TXL includes four different tracks all aimed for the dance floor and the storyline is simple: Torolf Stendik is flying to Berlin for a weekend stopover.
Fresh off Tegel Airport, Torolf goes for a Mezeplate (A1) looking out on the street, thinking it’s nice to be back. The mood is good. Into the night, Torolf is barhopping and then standing in the line for the club (A2). After that out for a Döner (B1) and into to the next club. Memory blanks. Torolf wakes up on the gras in the park (B2), it’s Sunday afternoon and the flight home is leaving soon.



A1: Mezeplate

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A2: Kö Till Klubben

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B1: Koeper Doener

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B2: Vaknar i Parken

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PunktPunktPunkt – Koazoamo – Synapskollaps EP – punktpunktpunkt001


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This EP collects some results of fucking around with more or less cheap gear and an old computer running on Windows XP. It’s full of raw and noisy mental breakdown music. The 7″ record comes with a download-code of the tracks on the vinyl plus 6 digital bonus tracks!



A: Synapskollaps

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B: Nervenkitzel

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vinyl includes download-code for 8 digital tracks:
1: Start

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2: Synapskollaps

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3: Neustart

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4: Im Kreis 1

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5: Nervenkitzel

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6: Im Kreis 2

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7: Kopfleuchten

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8: Herunterfahren

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