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Release: May 2006 Archives

about a week ago I mentioned that Sueme has a Neue Heimat coming out. At that time I had next to no information. Fortunately for me, you and whoever I missed I now have the complete info-pack.

I wont post the basics again, but here's what I was lacking the first time around....

"After a couple of well-received releases on Neue Heimat as Subhead with his musical partner-in-crime Jason Leach, Sueme (aka Phil Subhead) takes the reins on his own to present a deranged four tracker of twisted breaks and techno. Seemingly laying low recently after a slow but steady series of releases on his own Dot Com label, this is a welcome return from the mentalist baldie. As always a bewildering array of influences are thrown into the mix, from the rave-funk of 'Nakano nights' to the disco stabs and Chic-style bass of 'Jazzy Jeff' - all of course underpinned by his trademark lop-sided drum programming and parping bass. There is also a refreshing humour to these tracks that is sadly missing from much contemporary dance music, maybe this will herald a resurgence of smiling on the dancefloor after all the recent blank-faced 'where have my legs gone' Ketamine nonsense!!!"

A1 - Nakano nights
A2 - Jazzy Jeff
B1 - C'est comme ca
B2 - Banana love

Neue Heimat is distributed by Humpty-Stuttgart, but I got the info from the boys at Veto

A few online stores have them in already, but today I'm going to pick on Veto since they're the only ones who were kind enough to give me a full list.

TXR 1
Artist: JOESKI
Title: MY ENGLISH LOVER

TXR 2
Artist: MAURICE
Title: THIS IS ACID

TXR 3
Artist: GEORGE & MIKE
Title: MAKE THE MUSIC / UNINHIBITED DESIRE

TXR 4
Artist: MASTER C & J
Title: WHEN YOU HOLD ME / DUB LOVE

TXR 5
Artist: SANTOS
Title: WORK ME TRAX

TXR 6
Artist: THE HOUSEMASTER BOYZ AND THE RUDE BOY OF HOUSE
Title: HOUSE NATION

TXR 7
Artist: GENE HUNT
Title: LIVING IN A LAND

TXR 8
Artist: ADONIS
Title: WE’RE ROCKING DOWN THE HOUSE

TXR 9
Artist: MASTER C & J
Title: IN THE CITY

TXR 10
Artist: VIRGO
Title: FREE YOURSELF

TXR 11
Artist: STEVE POINDEXTER FEAT. “SHORT CIRCUIT”
Title: MANIAC

TXR 12
Artist: FRANKIE KNUCKLES featuring JAMIE PRINCIPLE
Title: BABY WANTS TO RIDE

TXR 13
Artist: MASTER C & J
Title: FACE IT

TXR 14
Artist: VIRGO FOUR
Title: DO YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE

TXR 15
Artist: VARIOUS ARTISTS
Title: GIVE YOURSELF TO ME

TXR 16
Artist: JACK FROST AND THE CIRCLE JERKS
Title: TWO THE MAX

TXR 17
Artist: SLEEZY D.
Title: I’VE LOST CONTROL

TXR 18
Artist: JOEY BELTRAM
Title: THE START IT UP

TXR 19
Artist: ADONIS
Title: NO WAY BACK

TXR 20
Artist: JOEY BELTRAM
Title: THE BELTRAM RE-RELEASES 1989-1991

TXR 21
Artist: VARIOUS ARTISTS
Title: ACID TRAX VOL 2


Send orders to mailorder@veto.co.uk and they'll sort you out proper.

www.chicago-trax.com

Luke's Anger "???" Don't #10
A1 - Strangle Hold
A2 - All Around Me
B1 - Honkytonk
B2 - Jerome Remix

I guess Jerome wasn't feeling artsy. No record art yet to post. Luke be rocking out with his cock out on this one here. Go BOOYYY!

Don't Recordings

Don't what?


DJ Sueme "Sueme and the Banana Love" Neue Heimat 31

need more info!
Yes. Phil has a release on Neue Heimat and it's stellar. When I listened on Humpty-Stuttgart I was wowed by the wonky techno breaks. If anyone has a link to a place with more info let me know. I can't even find track names yet.

sludging-in sideways in May 06

Over The Counter Culture Vol.4
The last four slices of Grade-A, hormone-injected, malfunctioning-machine funk of the future and beyond!!

[clip previews]
A1-Limbertimbre - Funny
A2-Confutatis - Mulct
B1-¬a]e o¬e - Monodyne
B2-Datassette - Moomin


Some of the latest Spacebar reminds me of a laid-back, darker Aux 88. Maybe it's just me. I don't find any of the tracks to be knock-out, stand-outs but it's an all around good ep. Heads above what's being called 'Electro' by most I'd say.

Props to spacebar sentiments for another slab of wax in the box.

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Various Artists "Homage" Victim 05
A1 jerome hill & lusinda - jesus loves it
A2 lusinda & mark hawkins - can u count
B1 luke´s anger - blockumentary
B2 esther ofei, mark hawkins & lusinda - nordway to heaven

Listen and order Presale at Deejay.de

Class act! Samples of Jesus Loves The Acid made my day. The new boy on the steet (Luke's Anger) does his maw incredibly well on this one as well, It'll be played to death the first day I get my hands on it.

Various Artists "Bar Residents" Framework 19
tube jerk - drowning again
bitcrusher - flapflapflap
mdk - drzh
bob brown- beating

The new Framework label-owner has this to say: "After two years of no releases, framework is now coming back with a new vinyl. the "bar residents e.p." welcomes two new artists on framework: tube jerk and mdk, bob brown and me did a track for this one, too. release will be in the beginning of june, distributed by deejay.de"

Three of the tracks are definitely up my alley. They can be used in a wide variety of sets and have some bleeps and bloops (I'm a sucker for anything that bleeps. Ask my microwave). The mdk is good too but it's something I'd have to be in the mood for. Pretty hectic beats with some purely insane acid line going on.

I guess it makes sense re-starting the label with a Various Artist EP. I wonder if Nico will aim for purely new talent or if he'll stick with some of the previous artists as well? I'd like to hear another Blimp Ep at the very least.

The new Framework site should be ready real soon so bookmark Framework Music now and check back in a bit!


Various Artists "Beboten Vertreten" Zinch 02
2x10"

A1 Mark Hawkins Stoneover
A2 L.x.A. I Am Ap.

B1 L.x.A. Sandman
B2 L.x.A. Elektro Clash

C1 BeNi Bang Bang
C2 Mark Hawkins & L.x.A. Erwachseneninvasion

D1 MasCon & BeNi Tut Elch
D2 MasCon Dafne


Another double ten inch from Zinch!
If there is one thing that each track on this release has it's power. And grunge. With a bit of humour. Ok, if there are three things this release has it's those. But that's not all! I know I should make up my mind and end the charades. But I can't help it. When I hear a new double pack with the variety that this one has my giddy nature peeks out. Not only is every track on this extremely playable, I think a good chunk of them have some huge cross-genre appeal. Cross-genre appeal is definitely lacking in the dirty, hard, grindcore, distort your mother, synths that sound like the screams of villagers being pillaged wonky type techno. Huh? Yeah. So this is a definitely one to grab!

Ranging from the awful flibbity mouth beat-boxing that Mark and L.x.A have crammed into a low key funky track (that could teach mr. don't laugh wink a lesson), to the boom-bastic electro L.x.A does on his/her/they're own (I suspect Al.x.E behind that one), all the way through to the signature Hawkins forceful drive to the Vet (assuming you're a dog and about to get a shot). Now if that were all that was included, well damn, I'd call it well done, well sung and well hung. But it's not. Beni and MasCon, ever improving in their apparent endeavor to devour the world with their music have unleashed a mitten full of techno tracks that are truly raunchy (the good kind of raunchy that you like but your mother hates).

The three words I'd use to describe this record to someone? "I" "Don't" "Want" "Your" "Love"

We all know I can't count.


Available for purchase from Humpty-Stuttgart or if you live in North America and don't want to pay the nasty shipping on one record from Germany. Let me know A.S.A.P. and I'll have a couple sent to me and distribute them to whomever called dibs. You still have to pay (sucker's get no breaks) but it'll be cheaper for you. You have about until this Monday to get in touch with me about that I'd say (bleep@isoprax.com) before I have to cut off. I don't want to wait too long to get mine ;)


Various "Acid Can Save The World" Aciiieeed 04
A1 - Essit Muzique "Essit Muzique 1"!!!
A2 - Motor "Jizm"
B1 - Mark EG & Chrissi "Someone Ate My Acid"
B2 - Mr. E Tones "Acid Freak Out"

" Beep Beep Beep Beep Acid People and Record Shops!!!
Acid freaks from Holland, England & The United States give us their cool music on edition #4 of Aciiieeed ! We have been holding out on you with these classic and neo-classic acid cuts from these underground electronic super stars. Possibly one of the most intriguiing underground obscure acid tracks of ALL TIME is Essit Muzique! « Whenever I would got out and play this one, all the trainspotters would jaw drop and wet their pants – the white label i had made it even worse, » says DJ ESP. « It is with great pleasure we can give this track to more people!!! »

Novamute’s Motor aka X Lover aka Halo Black (from Minneapolis USA now residing in the UK). Bryan Black is one of the best producers out there having remixed Depeche Mode and others… a rising star on the electroclash new wave front ! Also from the UK is legendary DJ/Producer/Journalist Mark EG & his wife Chrissy. They typically produce tough techno, but they had no problem whatsoever delivering this great vintage sounding acid houser. Thank you for all the years!!!

Lastly, Minneapolis House master Mr. E Tones aka Tony Larson, shows his skills, his great taste and his understanding of acid. E Tones is one of America’s most knowledgable musicologists having worked the clubs and record shops for 15 yrs. "


Hot Damn!
I gave up looking for this old Essit track ages ago...now it's back for all.

this release can be purchased online via the label's site/store here.

I got mine from Deejay.de, but I get all of my order together whenever possible.

Paul Birken "Hors Série 05" L'Hallucidité 05

A1 - Chatterbox
A2 - Diabolic
B1 - Mixaway
B2 - Puzzlebox

I seem to recall some or all of these tracks on a different release at one point. Is it me? Probably. Maybe it was slated for release a long way backa nd it's just now seeing the light of day? I could theorize all day and I wont be any closer to the truth. Anyway, good stuff. As usual some thick and heavy Birkno with the daily recommended dosage of synth mayhem. BO!

I'm glad the S-max DJ Set I found yesterday got me off my duff and curious as to what the Boogizm boys have been up to. It led to the discovery of a new Boogizm. Deadly. Time to look for audio sample!

"While the world is still in flames (suprisingly) boogizm-13 is on the way... we where particulary pregnant with this one - it features dB and two remixes by smax and fym. god´s will phone center ep should be available on may the 29th..."


Various Artists "Crash Course 3" Kugelbox 4
A1 - michael forshaw - fish slap calm me [ listen ]
A2 - face x vs queaver - klabusterbeerle [ listen ]
A3 - schematic tools - taubenhaucher [ listen ]
B1 - ndk - any questions [ listen ]
B2 - syntax error - the bunker escape [ listen ]

"This time in DEVIL RED VINYL - with help from CHAN'N'MIKES, MIDITONAL and FEINWERK this will be one of the highlights for 2006 - let your ears and feet decide!!!"

distributed exclusively by Deejay.de.

This really is a good EP. I think I prefer it over the last two Crash Course EP's that the Kugelbox crew have offered us. All five tracks hold their own and on top of that they each have their own slightly different take on what is going on (they aren't too similiar). Once again Forshaw gives us a calculatingly dirty break-beat with his screaming synth work we all know so well. The edits are as usual superb. The other stand-out track for myself is the NDK. I don't quite know what catches my ear, could be simply the production. The kicks make me techno horny although the whole track is good. Syntax Error whom I mention quite often has let something out of the box that I don't think I've ever heard from him before. It strikes me as a lot harder than what he usually does. Works for me!

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Syntax Error "Not that clikk clakk EP" Feinwerk 09
A1: small letter feeblemindedness
A2: Steady State and the Jogginghosenrocker
B1: mechanoid fridge used as partition
B2: Broken Space Taxi

"We will clebrate the no. 9, 8 and the still unfinished 7 and also Syntax Error´s Birthday on the 6th May at the FEINWERK Label Night at the Quadrat Club in Giessen. The headliners of this night are Norman, known of the legendary Stammheim Club, Paradroid, Syntax Error with his "some fucking rubbish live PA" and Soop of Leipzig´s Klub 25."

Feinwerk

Clemens Acidus "Welcome To The Past" Analog Mind Control 013
A1: Welcome to the past [ listen ]
A2: Raumzeit [ listen ]
B1: Steckdosenmusik [ listen ]
B2: Stroem [ listen ]
B3: tnf alpha [ listen ]

Analog Mind Control

Growth 03 which you may recall I mentioned a few weeks ago is getting closer and closer to being in our hands. Lief has now made available the samples for each track on his website so I suggest you mosey on over there pardner.

Growth Recordings UK
Growth 3

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