Rouge Mechanique – All Will Be Changed [DISCODIEZ]

Rouge Mecanique delivers a stone cold classic EP for Discos Capablanca. The psychedelic steady muscle of ‘All Will Be Changed’ aims to destroy visionary dance floors. ‘Sans Scrupules’ is the most surprising acid banger you will likely hear this year. ‘Ampedusa / Xaver’ defies description and its mutant sound could evoque ecstatic early minimal house references, kraut and concrete music. ‘Can I Say’ is simply put the most elegant, languid way to say goodbye to an EP that exudes sheer brilliance and character.

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Rouge Mechanique – All Will Be Changed [DISCODIEZ]

Faster Action – S/T [LIESBLK009]

Amsterdam based Faster Action surfaces on L.I.E.S. with a fresh two track 12 inch. Stated as ”DJ Tools for the DJs” this is what we get here, with the a-side sounding like an late-80s industrial strength 909 driven EBM cut, while the b-side goes strong with a metallic beat track perfect for the adventurous working DJ.

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Faster Action – S/T [LIESBLK009]

Nick Klein + Maoupa Mazzocchetti – BNK007 [BNK007]

Nick Klein and Maoupa Mazzocchetti recorded some wild jams while touring together last year for an Unknown Precept label showcase. Combining noisy sounds with live melodic synth riffs as well as a jacking 808, Klein and Mazzocchetti made some harsh left-of-center techno. With time signature and tempo changes mid-track, this music has a zero fucks given attitude.

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Nick Klein + Maoupa Mazzocchetti – BNK007 [BNK007]

Lnrdcroy – Ooze City [MH011]

Canadian deep house explorer Lnrdcroy makes his debut on local label Mood Hut. Intriguingly, title track “Ooze City” eschews the wavy, new age vibes and ultra-deep melodies he’s previously been associated with, turning instead to the world of wonky, late night acid house (think undulating TB-303 lines, hypnotic grooves, distorted electronics and hissing cymbals). Those seeking more pastoral pleasures will love the heady ambient house electronics and spaced out bongo lines of “Aquabus (Plaza Of Nations Dub)”, while the delightful “Kali Yuga” recalls the dreamy brilliance of his 2014 classic “Sunrise Market”, whilst moving further towards the tribal intensity of traditional African drum recordings.

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Lnrdcroy – Ooze City [MH011]