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Pelon No Stunts
The Chain Reaction reissued, with thirty locked grooves on the flip. 'Especially enjoyable with two copies, where the possibilities of new track creation are Infinitesimal', states the press release, unhappily.





Funf
A straight-flush of artists and exclusive tracks marking five years of the celebrated Berlin club.



Mark Ernestus Masikulu Dub
The Basic Channel maestro takes on Konono in his hardest, best solo mix yet. So brawling and bad-minded, dense and intense, and musically expert, it amounts to a ritual humiliation of the genre Dub Techno.



Friedman And Liebezeit 5 7 (Mark Ernestus mix)
With another deadly, utterly focussed co-production and mix by Mark Ernestus. Pieces from the Secret Rhythms project, deeply meshing Liebezeit's post-Can, cyclical drumming with Friedman's sequences. A must.



Shackleton Mukuba Special
New label, with the first of two swingeing twelves, remixing Congotronics. This is Shackleton taking on the Kasai Allstars, and Burnt Friedman versus Konono No. 1.



Shed The Traveller
A top-notch, engrossing album, with nuff dancefloor thrills, and plenty to sit and listen to.



Lucy Kalachakra
Classy Berlin techno the DVS1 Eyes Closed remix pushes it home.




Moritz Von Oswald Trio Live In New York
Guests Carl Craig and Francois K bring a fresh, pulsating energy and rough urgency to the bristling, live trio sound, deeply dubwise throughout, with startling splashes of Sun Ra in the effects.



Patrick Pulsinger Impassive Skies
The impresssive, swingeing reeturn of the Viennese veteran. Discofied techno hybrids Fennesz and Abe Duque are both on here diverse and entertaining, but with integrity.