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Low Jack Flashes
Rambunctious EP from hell, expertly threading libidinal house grooves through squalling drones, exhalations, feedback and general bloody racket. Invigorating stuff from the Parisian. Outstanding label, too.




MGUN Some Tracks
'Lovely raw atmospheres,' says Ben UFO. '5/5.' A fistful of dread, rudeboy Detroit techno, with MG's trademark grain and unpredictability. Dettman and Untold are hammering Extort.




Harmonious Thelonious Drum, Chant And Other Music
The opener is clubby, percussive; then a hypnotic tribute to Reebop Kwaku Baah, from Can, featuring kalimba sounds. Danna is a remix of Malian artist Ben Zabo, with a nod to On-U. 'Afro-Industrial', avowedly.



Floorplan Phobia
Brilliant, no-messing Robert Hood locomotives.



Copeland And Gast Ukmerge
Explosive, jagged electro from the Hype Williams singer, with a dubwise punkiness running back to The Slits.




Torn Hawk Bad Deadlift
Almost-balearic, who-spiked-my-drink house; Cali-speed-freak-bastard-child drum machine-guitar not-lushness; music for drinking boxed wine and snorting Ajax to, whilst the cops close in. (Says here.)



Theo Parrish Long Walk In Your Sun
More live, organic, cosmic house from the master for the fiftieth SS. Slow-burning electro-boogie synths over a clicking, swaying, volatile beat and a more uptempo jazz trip, with dusty, wacked-out breaks.





Lem Springsteen Tones
Grooving, oiled, sexually charged house music from 1994, more cut-to-the-chase than his Mood II Swing stuff. Twin desiring-machines originally out on Empire State, dusted down by Dope Jams.