2AM/FM – Fusion Daze [SIG.MMXIII.XII]

From the shores of the Great Lakes comes a 3 track floor filler from MI duo 2AM/FM aka JTC & D’Marc Cantu. Confronting the canons of Techno & House head on, this 12″ takes you beyond the dance. Best experienced loud though, preferably in a darkened smoke filled room.

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2AM/FM – Fusion Daze [SIG.MMXIII.XII]

Elect Pt.1 – Bod-x [SIG.MMXIV.XI]

A relentless 12inch combining the teuton talents of Elect Pt.1 aka Andreas Gehm and Baden-Wurttemberg’s finest Mick Wills. No need for superlatives, three straight up acid tracks that hit you like a 200kph night drive up the Bundesautobahn – ohne Scheinwerfer.

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Elect Pt.1 – Bod-x [SIG.MMXIV.XI]

Black Narcissus X – Black Narcissus X [SIG.MMXIII.X]

High up in an isolated valley in the Himalayas a group of Anglican nuns reside in a former ‘House of Women’. The Palace of Mopu, near Darjling, is the setting for emotional tensions, sexual repression and psychological drama. A themed 6 track limited edition vinyl only mini LP from a clandestine and sometime Rephlex UK producer/artist.

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Black Narcissus X – Black Narcissus X [SIG.MMXIII.X]

Mark Hand – Remind Me [SIG.MMXI.VIII]

Take a twilight drive down the A19 with the billowing steam of Redcar steel works in the distance and the exotic promise of the lights of Teeside’s chemical industry on the horizon. Wash away that ennui with these three deep and soulful techno & house cuts from UK producer Mark Hand. A wonderfully produced; debut vinyl 12”, direct from the moody streets of Hartlepool, filled with all the analogue warmth and low frequencies required for late night dancefloors and early morning reflections.

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Mark Hand – Remind Me [SIG.MMXI.VIII]

Myriadd – The Way We Were [SIG.MMXII.VII]

Two stunning slices of mercurial and heartfelt British Techno from two outstanding northern producers that cuts across the M62 corridor like a night drive into oblivion. A 10” black hit of space, lovingly designed for the dark, sweaty basements of provincial, post-industrial towns and the cold light of day in the car park of Knutsford Services.

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Myriadd – The Way We Were [SIG.MMXII.VII]

Legowelt – North Sea Spectrum EP [SIG.MMXII.V]

A new 4 Track Ep by Legowelt on Signals label. North Sea Spectrum unites the misty shores of the Hague with the wind swept coastline of the North East of England. Dedicated late night techno broodings for off-shore oil rig workers and channel island detectives seeking international crime syndicates.

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Legowelt – North Sea Spectrum EP [SIG.MMXII.V]

John Heckle – Hard Sleeper / Ancient Deep [SIG.MMXI.IV]

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From the Signals imprint in the North of England comes two suitably rough and tough cuts of British house/techno from Liverpool wunderkind John Heckle. This is how techno and house should be made! Machine driven; raw, moody with heart and soul.

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John Heckle – Hard Sleeper / Ancient Deep [SIG.MMXI.IV]