D.A.R.F.D.H.S. – Morkret, kylan, tystnaden & ensamheten LP

Emotional northern ambient from Varg and Michel Isorinne recorded during the desolate Swedish winter.

Price: $18.00

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Varg – Story Of K LP

Jonas Ronnberg aka Varg with a mini album themed around dominance and glamour. This is the statement of Penthouse Electronics.

Price: $16.00

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Acronym – June LP

Since his emergence onto the scene in 2012, Acronym has carved a bold name for himself within the burgeoning sphere of techno championed by his Northern Electronics compatriots, with releases on Semantica as well as his own Dimensional Explorations imprint. ‘June’ continues to affirm the young producer’s reputation as a skilled craftsman of densely woven, atmospheric electronic music, whilst serving as a substantial contribution to the Northern Electronics catalogue.

Price: $26.00

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Varg – Ursviken LP

icy live electronics.

Price: $26.00

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Isorinne – Reflections of Forgotten Dreams 12″

A1 Blurred Perceptions Of Substance 
A2 Reality Is What You Can Get Away With 
A3 Whereabouts Unknown 
B1 Without Tears 
B2 Terrestrial Measure
B3 Untitled

Stunning downtempo ambient techno excursions. 

Price: $14.00

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Mattheis – Kindred Phenomena LP

A1 Herds 
A2 Ben_m (Tidal Fields Version) 
B1 Ben_m 
B2 Bit Fragments 
C1 Swell 
C2 PR6 
D1 PR8 
D2 Current

Price: $22.00

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Master Suspiria Vision – Antropophagus (The Giallo Disco Remixes) 12″

Book Of Eibon (Parasols Remix) 
Absurd (Vercetti Technicolor Remix) 
Die 7 Tore Des Schreckens (Xander Harris Remix) 
Voices (Antoni Maiovvi Remix) 
Sette Porte Dell Inferno (Mater Suspiria Vision Inferno Veneziano Remix

“For those not in the know Mater Suspria Vision are one of last remaining first wave of Witch House, proceed without prejudice, MSV were a truly bizarre one of a kind group. Combining Cosmic style with early Krautrock experimentation, bootleg VHS and a wild sense of humour, MSV have been one of our favourite groups for a long time. We’ve taken their last LP Antropophagus and run it through the Giallo Disco filter, featuring remixes by Xander Harris, Parasols AKA Ali Renault, Antoni Maiovvi and Vercetti Technicolor. Mastered by Alek Stark, Art by Eric Lee and Giorgio Anselmi”

Price: $14.00

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Vril – 1-4 12″

*1 per customer*

Sinister ambient dub techno

Price: $14.00

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Various – Mind Over Matter 3LP

A1 –map.ache Happy Birthday 
A2 –D-IX Hugo 
B1 –Edward Check Check 
B2 –Matthias Reiling The Look On Their Face 
C1 –Herr Koreander Derive
C2 –Jacques Bon See & Feel 
D1 –Ateq Ana
D2 –Pom Pom Untitled 
D3 –Loewe (2) 0318_173749 
E1 –Vril (2) Otolith 
E2 –DJ Metatron State Of Me 
E3 –Birds & Tapes Mallorca 
F1 –Fritzi (3) Der Wurstfachverkäuferin 
F2 –Kettenkarussell Trust 
F3 –Leafar Legov Your Vibe

14 track triple LP Compilation with unique cover artwork (each different). One per Customer.

Price: $28.00

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Prince Of Denmark – Soulfood 12″

* 1 Per Customer*

Dusty Deep Techno

Price: $14.00

Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement – Water Witches 8xCS BOX SET

Edition of 200 copies, 5 hours of music, Deluxe Box Set including 9 albums housed in a custom cartridge clamshell, including a download card for the full set. Pro-Duped tapes, on-body printing and fully remastered by Paul Corley in 2017.

Price: $100.00

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Actress – AZD (Deluxe) LP

Delux version – 2x clear vinyl in a spined sleeve housed within a chrome silver outer bag with AZD title screen-printed on top.

Actress, real name Darren Jordan Cunningham, known to friends as DAZ, returns with a new album, now on Ninja Tune and a new music system called “AZD” (pronounced “Azid”), a chrome aspect journey into a parallel world. An artist who has always preferred to make music than to talk about it, in “AZD” he has achieved another remarkable landmark, one which is as resistant to interpretation as it is demanding of it. Following on from his previous albums, R.I.P, Splazsh and Hazyville, an epilogue poem attached to the press release for Ghettoville was construed by media, commentators and spectators that Cunningham had retired. This led him to conceptualise this mass of conclusion as the key to ‘Giving power back to identity.’

So a few pointers, or possible ways to think about “AZD”. The album is themed around chrome – both as a reflective surface to see the self in, and as something that carves luminous voids out of any colour and fine focuses white and black representing the perfect metaphor for the bleakness of life in the Metropolis as suggested by Anish Kapoors Cloud Gate.

Another way to approach would be through the art of James Hampton and Rammellzee (who inspired “CYN,” which Cunningham also sees as a vision of New York in reverse…) – both of whom, though of different generations of the African-American slave diaspora, created art through “Sourcing castaway materials from their environment and reinterprating them into absolute majesty given from the fourth dimension.” There is also the career-long influence of the Detroit techno pioneers, something which becomes clear on this album “there is a contrast in the type of glow or reflection”.

Alternatively, you could write your PhD thesis on Jung’s Shadow Theory and AZD: “Lots of ideas come from dreams, this isn’t new, but sometimes the conscious mind starts to meld into the universal consciousness through constellation tunnelling.” If that sounds too taxing then you could always fall back on Star Wars and, in particular, the Death Star: “It has a dark dystopian backdrop, with highly sophisticated technology, but it is fading into the ether, still holding on and emitting a powerful energy. The music remaking the embers, binding them together and pulling them apart again.”

Alternatively, just listen. That “glow” Cunningham talks about makes this in some ways more immediate than previous Actress releases. Take lead single, “X22RME” (pronounced “Extreme”) which elegantly plays between the lines of Oriental classic rave and Balinese warehouse Techno machined in a Rotherhithe lock up welding the grooves into a seamless cracked joint.

At the other end of the spectrum is “Faure in Chrome,” a byproduct or development from his collaboration with the London Contemporary Orchestra, in which he “repatterns” aspect of Faure’s Requiem into a piece which sounds like the very institution of classical music being encased in electronic ice and scanned through a high frequency bandwidth. In between are gems like “Runner,” a personal re-soundtracking of Blade Runner “its from the deleted Fade Runner scene where AZD in a Peckham Cafe realises his barber has over the years etched a faded scroll into his head using early 80s African synthpop as a vexing serum“, or “Falling Rizlas,” an alienated music-box ballad. It’s a remarkable piece of work, that harks back both to Actress’ previous productions and to earlier iterations of the (broadly conceived) “techno” project without being beholden to anything but Cunningham’s forward-facing, individual and disembodied vision. 

The simplest you could say about “AZD” is that it’s art – the unique creation of a unique mind. There will be few more distinctive, brilliant or visionary suites of music released in 2017. Call him what you will, this is the year that Darren ‘Daz’ Cunningham – aka Actress, aka AZD – asserts more clearly than ever before his complete independence.

Price: $35.00

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Actress – AZD LP

Actress, real name Darren Jordan Cunningham, known to friends as DAZ, returns with a new album, now on Ninja Tune and a new music system called “AZD” (pronounced “Azid”), a chrome aspect journey into a parallel world. An artist who has always preferred to make music than to talk about it, in “AZD” he has achieved another remarkable landmark, one which is as resistant to interpretation as it is demanding of it. Following on from his previous albums, R.I.P, Splazsh and Hazyville, an epilogue poem attached to the press release for Ghettoville was construed by media, commentators and spectators that Cunningham had retired. This led him to conceptualise this mass of conclusion as the key to ‘Giving power back to identity.’

So a few pointers, or possible ways to think about “AZD”. The album is themed around chrome – both as a reflective surface to see the self in, and as something that carves luminous voids out of any colour and fine focuses white and black representing the perfect metaphor for the bleakness of life in the Metropolis as suggested by Anish Kapoors Cloud Gate.

Another way to approach would be through the art of James Hampton and Rammellzee (who inspired “CYN,” which Cunningham also sees as a vision of New York in reverse…) – both of whom, though of different generations of the African-American slave diaspora, created art through “Sourcing castaway materials from their environment and reinterprating them into absolute majesty given from the fourth dimension.” There is also the career-long influence of the Detroit techno pioneers, something which becomes clear on this album “there is a contrast in the type of glow or reflection”.

Alternatively, you could write your PhD thesis on Jung’s Shadow Theory and AZD: “Lots of ideas come from dreams, this isn’t new, but sometimes the conscious mind starts to meld into the universal consciousness through constellation tunnelling.” If that sounds too taxing then you could always fall back on Star Wars and, in particular, the Death Star: “It has a dark dystopian backdrop, with highly sophisticated technology, but it is fading into the ether, still holding on and emitting a powerful energy. The music remaking the embers, binding them together and pulling them apart again.”

Alternatively, just listen. That “glow” Cunningham talks about makes this in some ways more immediate than previous Actress releases. Take lead single, “X22RME” (pronounced “Extreme”) which elegantly plays between the lines of Oriental classic rave and Balinese warehouse Techno machined in a Rotherhithe lock up welding the grooves into a seamless cracked joint.

At the other end of the spectrum is “Faure in Chrome,” a byproduct or development from his collaboration with the London Contemporary Orchestra, in which he “repatterns” aspect of Faure’s Requiem into a piece which sounds like the very institution of classical music being encased in electronic ice and scanned through a high frequency bandwidth. In between are gems like “Runner,” a personal re-soundtracking of Blade Runner “its from the deleted Fade Runner scene where AZD in a Peckham Cafe realises his barber has over the years etched a faded scroll into his head using early 80s African synthpop as a vexing serum“, or “Falling Rizlas,” an alienated music-box ballad. It’s a remarkable piece of work, that harks back both to Actress’ previous productions and to earlier iterations of the (broadly conceived) “techno” project without being beholden to anything but Cunningham’s forward-facing, individual and disembodied vision. 

The simplest you could say about “AZD” is that it’s art – the unique creation of a unique mind. There will be few more distinctive, brilliant or visionary suites of music released in 2017. Call him what you will, this is the year that Darren ‘Daz’ Cunningham – aka Actress, aka AZD – asserts more clearly than ever before his complete independence.

Price: $28.00

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Jock Club – Morphism EP

New Ascetic House 12″

Price: $18.00

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Varg / Marshstepper – 051515 CS

051515 by Varg & Marshstepper

Side A: Varg Live, 45 minutes (mono)
Side B: Marshstepper Live, 23 minutes (stereo)

Cobalt tape loaded into clear, direct imprint shells, shrinkwrapped, numbered, limited to 200.

Price: $10.00

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