Yellow Beach Balls – Space Cat [MSDN1207]

Submitted to the IntergalacticFM Demo Contest in 2010, Space Cat, was a hit for all that tuned in and a personal favourite of I-F who jammed it plenty on his Bottomless Pit show. A vinyl release looked promising but never came to fruition for unknown reasons. Several rumors swirled and cryptic messages posted to the internet before Yellow Beach Balls all but disappeared. Almost 7 years to the date of the demo contest and we still don’t know the story behind Yellow Beach Balls, but we do get the release of the Space Cat EP including 3 lo-fi synth-pop tracks to join the aforementioned title-track.

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Yellow Beach Balls – Space Cat [MSDN1207]

Neud Photo – Dystopix [MSDN1204]

Dystopix comes 3 years after the last Neud Photo record and the wait was well worth it.T hings have gotten darker with this release. Elegant craftsmanship, subtle but effective vocals whisper throughout, and as always, it’s Cybotron influence is clear. The tracks flow with an eery cohesiveness, making it Neud Photo’s most well told story to date. The hard part is figuring out whether the story is fiction or (soon to be) reality. These 6 electro hits can easily be enjoyed either chapter by chapter (songs for the mix or dancefloor), or as a whole (for bedroom listening).

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Neud Photo – Dystopix [MSDN1204]

Wall $treet – Trading For Love [MSDN1203]

New EP by Wall $treet from Neud/Neud Photo fame on Mysidian Records. Five tracks including a remix by Vercetti Technicolor. Players, Don Jones (Nico) and Bill Benjamins (Pierre) take time out of their busy schedule trading stocks, authoring a book (Rich Dad, Richer Dad), and contributing to political campaigns to fiddle with expensive electronics in their penthouses atop some of New York’s most expensive real estate.

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Wall $treet – Trading For Love [MSDN1203]

Hysteric – Extraterrestrial [MSDN1202]

The man from down under has been on a roll lately with his recent mix and EP with Public Possession as well as his blood-sucking edit on Salamanca. Taking pointers from the movie star E.T. he phoned home after a successful European tour as part of the Bordello a Parigi crew. Here, Hysteric follows up Mysidian’s debut release “Italo-Record” with 5 extraterrestrial edits that’ll make for a great soundtrack to your exit from Planet Earth and return to your home-planet.

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Hysteric – Extraterrestrial [MSDN1202]