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Butoh Edits – Various Artists – Butoh Edits Vol 1 – BUTOH 001


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**D* presents the first edition of the Butoh Edits. Three cuts made by three friends of his. Jerome Sydenham is taking the energy of the Kenny Dope classic to the next level, RM delivers a beautifully stretched-out version of the famous original, using only its best parts and LM adds a rolling heavy bassline edit, one of the few tracks where House and Rap work together nicely. Vinyl Only, don’t sleep.



A1: Jam The Mace (Jerome Sydenham’s Teknoid Rendition)

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A2: Wreck House (LM Edit)

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B: RM Eden Tool | Preview

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Deep Inspiration Show Records – Roberto Bronco – Lost Souls – DISRWAXLP01


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After having established Deep Inspiration Show Records on a foundation of deep-leaning house music EPs featuring the likes of Viktor Birgiss [Freerotation Records/Lagaffe Tales], Marco Nega [Altered Moods/Waehlscheibe] and Theory Of Movement [Dan Piu & Grant], our next move was obvious; to champion an album of instrumental hip-hop and jazz-inspired beats and flavas from Germany. But, honestly, the opportunity to release Lost Souls, the outstanding new project from Roberto Bronco, was too good to miss. Featuring ten soul-warming tracks of chilled, downtempo and supremely laid-back vibes from the experienced Bielefeld artist, mastered deftly as ever by the one and only Sven Weisemann, the question should not be is it deep but rather is it great? We think so.



A1: Lay Back

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A2: Golden

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A3: Truth

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A4: Trumpen

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A5: Out The Box

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B1: Lost Souls

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B2: Turn

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B3: Rest in Peace

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B4: Those Days

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B5: Tape Jam

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Research and Waves – Institute for Incongruous Translation (Natascha Sadr Haghighian & Ashkan Sepahvand) – Carbon Theater Act III Dark Loops – RAW [0.5,y,0.75]



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The record sleeve of Dark Loops was injected with carbon powder by the artists. Please be aware of this on purchase and handling of the record and inlays.

Dark Loops is the third instance of Carbon Theater, an ongoing research project by the Institute of Incongruous Translation (Natascha Sadr Haghighian and Ashkan Sepahvand). As the other acts in the series, Dark Loops unfolds from a found site, the abandoned Fort Walem, which was now turned into a bat habitat. The field recordings and synthesised loops on the record further investigate the discrepancies between sensing and knowing and challenge the anthropocentric narratives within current discussions on planetary climate change.



A1: Fort van Walem

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B1: Pipistrellus pipistrellus & Myotis daubentonii |
Mono-Rubber Extrusion Line and Fire at Varec 2017

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B2: Pipistrellus pipistrellus & Myotis daubentonii |
Fire at Varec 2019 (includes fire engine)

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B3: Pipistrellus pipistrellus & Myotis daubentonii
(including feeding buzz) | Rubber Mixing Chamber &
Mono-Rubber Extrusion Line

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B4: Pipistrellus pipistrellus & Myotis daubentonii |
CNC Machining Center & Rubber Injection press

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B5: Pipistrellus pipistrellus & Myotis daubentonii
(time expansion recording) | Mono-Rubber Extrusion Line

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B6: Pipistrellus pipistrellus & Myotis daubentonii
(time expansion recording) | Mono-Rubber Extrusion Line
& Fire at Varec 2019

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B7: Outro

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