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Label: Soil Records
Cat-No: SOIL017
Release-Date: 11.03.2022
Configuration: 2x12"

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Soj & Years of Denial - Our Chemical Love (00:00) Soj & Years of Denial - Our Chemical Love (00:00) 1 Soj & Years of Denial - Our Chemical Love
Curses & Mufti - Seeing Bliss (00:00) Curses & Mufti - Seeing Bliss (00:00) 2 Curses & Mufti - Seeing Bliss
Randolph & Mortimer - Body (Unconscious Edit) (00:00) Randolph & Mortimer - Body (Unconscious Edit) (00:00) 3 Randolph & Mortimer - Body (Unconscious Edit)
89s† & Petra Flurr - Sag Es Mir (00:00) 89s† & Petra Flurr - Sag Es Mir (00:00) 4 89s† & Petra Flurr - Sag Es Mir
Leroy Se Meurt - Angles Morts (00:00) Leroy Se Meurt - Angles Morts (00:00) 5 Leroy Se Meurt - Angles Morts
Amato & Adriani - Zwischen (00:00) Amato & Adriani - Zwischen (00:00) 6 Amato & Adriani - Zwischen
Namesis & Yansyet feat. Sophie Du Palais - Here (00:00) Namesis & Yansyet feat. Sophie Du Palais - Here (00:00) 7 Namesis & Yansyet feat. Sophie Du Palais - Here
TV.OUT - Trollin' In My 64 (00:00) TV.OUT - Trollin' In My 64 (00:00) 8 TV.OUT - Trollin' In My 64
Dagga feat Bimol - Full Moon Sacrifice (00:00) Dagga feat Bimol - Full Moon Sacrifice (00:00) 9 Dagga feat Bimol - Full Moon Sacrifice
Summerian Fleet - On To You (00:00) Summerian Fleet - On To You (00:00) 10 Summerian Fleet - On To You
Valley of Tears reach the end of the saga with this double vinyl full of collabs or bands to offer the maximum exponence of the saga.

Curated on a gatefold sleeve mixing the art design of Greta Haga with all the power of the music.

The Queen in tears needs to rest…Will she come again?

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Bonjourno My Friends
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Cat-No: TER090
Release-Date: 25.02.2022
Configuration: LP

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Cat-No: TER090
Release-Date: 25.02.2022
Configuration: LP

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Bernice - Personal Bibble (Sam Gendel Remix) (00:00) Bernice - Personal Bibble (Sam Gendel Remix) (00:00) 2 Bernice - Personal Bibble (Sam Gendel Remix)
Bernice - Big Mato (Kalbells Remix) (00:00) Bernice - Big Mato (Kalbells Remix) (00:00) 3 Bernice - Big Mato (Kalbells Remix)
Bernice - It's Me, Robin (New Chance Retrograde Remix) (00:00) Bernice - It's Me, Robin (New Chance Retrograde Remix) (00:00) 5 Bernice - It's Me, Robin (New Chance Retrograde Remix)
Toronto avant-pop experimenters Bernice will follow up their Polaris Prize longlisted 2021 LP 'Eau De Bonjourno' with 'Bonjourno My Friends', an EP featuring seven remixes of songs from EDB.

Tracklisting:

1. Empty Cup (Yves Jarvis Sequel)
2. Personal Bubble (Sam Gendal Remix)
3. Big Mato (Kalbells Remix)
4. We Choose You (Anja Lauvdal Remix)
5. It’s Me, Robin (New Chance Retrograde Remix)
6. Dry Riverbed (Vibrant Matter Remix)
7. 07 Infinite Love (Julsie Remix)

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Cat-No: TER086
Release-Date: 08.04.2022
Configuration: LP

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Cat-No: TER086
Release-Date: 08.04.2022
Configuration: LP

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Masahiro Takahashi - Torch Dance (00:00) Masahiro Takahashi - Torch Dance (00:00) 1 Masahiro Takahashi - Torch Dance
Masahiro Takahashi - Forget Me Not (00:00) Masahiro Takahashi - Forget Me Not (00:00) 4 Masahiro Takahashi - Forget Me Not
Masahiro Takahashi - Yellow Sunset (00:00) Masahiro Takahashi - Yellow Sunset (00:00) 6 Masahiro Takahashi - Yellow Sunset
Masahiro Takahashi - Moon Rabbit (00:00) Masahiro Takahashi - Moon Rabbit (00:00) 9 Masahiro Takahashi - Moon Rabbit
10 Track LP - Japanese multi-instrumentalist Masahiro Takahashi's latest album, Flowering Tree, Distant Moon, is a meditation on seasons and distance. Recorded in isolation at his temporary home studio in Toronto, following the coldest winter he’d experienced to date, this is a collection of hushed, lush color wheel electronic vignettes.

Flowering Tree, Distant Moon was created using an array of instruments including software synthesizers, granular samplers and a shruti box. The original Not Not Fun cassette run sold out quickly and this Telephone Explosion re-release will be Tanaka’s first official vinyl offering.

The songs shimmer and sway, unspooling in sparkling arcs and alternating between reverie and lullaby. Inspired by blooming apple trees, gagaku music, the nostalgia of immigrants and longing for home, Flowering Tree, Distant Moon moves from soothing to surreal, a swirl of quiet melody and imagined landscapes, as transportive for its listeners as its maker.

Tracklist:
1. Torch Dance: 5:54
2. Spring At Home: 4:03
3. Frog Into The Pod: 3:09
4. Forget Me Not: 2:38
5. Touji: 3:31
6. Yellow Sunset: 3:10
7. Endless Thought: 2:04
8. Dripping Rain: 6:08
9. Moon Rabbit: 4:14
10. Pray: 3:53

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Faster Than I Can Take
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Cat-No: TER087
Release-Date: 22.04.2022
Configuration: LP

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Cat-No: TER087
Release-Date: 22.04.2022
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Jane Inc. - Contortonist (00:00) Jane Inc. - Contortonist (00:00) 1 Jane Inc. - Contortonist
Jane Inc. - Human Being (00:00) Jane Inc. - Human Being (00:00) 2 Jane Inc. - Human Being
Jane Inc. - 2120 (00:00) Jane Inc. - 2120 (00:00) 6 Jane Inc. - 2120
"Feels like I'm made of glass," Carlyn Bezic sings over a tumbling, harmonic guitar riff on "Pummelled Into Sand," the closing song of Faster Than I Can Take. "Like I could cut you, or you could break me in half." It's a double-edged statement about the power that comes from inhabiting your vulnerability, a complicated truth expressed so beautifully it seems almost simple.

Making the impossible look easy has always been Bezic's musical M.O. Faster Than I Can Take is her sophomore album as Jane Inc., a solo project forged after years of building her bona fides in the Toronto music scene with groups like U.S. Girls, Darlene Shrugg and acclaimed dance-pop duo Ice Cream. Pitchfork called Jane Inc's first album, 2020's Number One, "dazzling... [Bezic] proves herself a musical Swiss Army knife, capable of anything and revelling in her multiplicity." On Faster Than I Can Take, she uses all the tools at her disposal - a Prince-like ability to shred harmonic guitar riffs over deep, danceable grooves, an eagerness to experiment with form, and lyricism that seamlessly links the personal and the political - to focus the multifaceted energy of Number One into something completely singular. A disco-inflected, danceable meditation on the permeable boundaries between our interior and exterior worlds, Faster Than I Can Take is an album that you can listen to at a party or alone in your apartment - but no matter where you listen, it will make you dance.

On lead single "Contortionists," Bezic's voice floats over a landscape of spare, warping synths and ethereal backing vocals from Dorothea Paas (U.S. Girls, Badge Epoque Ensemble), seeming at first to sketch out a familiar pandemic scene: "The laws of time have changed / months pass in minutes, hours feel like days." But as the melody begins to swirl and bend back over itself, a deeper theme creeps in. “At first I thought I was making a record about time," Bezic explains, "but I was actually making a record about how, in moments of intense anxiety, you're living in the past, present and future at the same time. A million moments existing at once, real and imagined." By the time the song drops into a ticking groove, you know exactly what she means.

Many of the songs on Faster Than I Can Take work this way - taking concepts that feel intimately interior and expanding them into something universal. Songs like the moody, bass-heavy title track, or the bright, searing "Pummelled Into Sand," where a Hendrix-like guitar solo runs under Bezic's voice like a third rail, deal with what Bezic calls "the pain of change and growth." "Human Being" and "Dancing With You" (whose bridge features the catchiest meditation break you've ever heard in a dance-pop song), explore the psychedelic melding of individual and collective worlds that can come from fantasizing about performance while alone in your house, or connecting to a group of strangers through your computer screen.

In "An Ordinary Thing," Bezic contemplates the complexities of wanting to create anything - art, or even a family - against the backdrop of the Anthropocene. "Someone please take this from me / this feeling, this need," she sings, the tension audible in her voice. But in the next track, the irresistibly danceable "2120," that anxiety turns into powerful resolve: "I'll pour my grief into this plastic crucible / Forge a new infinite fuel made of anger, and hope, and refusal," she sings against a driving, determined beat.

That determination is what makes Faster Than I Can Take unlike anything else you've heard this year - a work of art that refuses to either wallow in the difficulties of contemporary life or ignore them in favour of escapist fantasy. As Jane Inc., Bezic takes on the complexities of living in the world - alone, and with others - with playfulness, honesty, openness and love, and turns all that complication into something that will move you.

Faster Than I Can Take Tracklisting:

1. Contortionists - 4:23
2. Human Being - 3:18
3. Picture The Future - 2:36
4. Every Rip - 4:09
5. An Ordinary Thing - 4:00
6. 2120 - 5:05
7. Faster Than I Can Take - 4:52
8. Dancing With You - 7:05
9. Pummelled Into Sand - 3:42

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Was Het Maar Eens Niet Zo'n Feest
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Label: Kontakt
Cat-No: KG005
Release-Date: 11.02.2022
Configuration: 12"

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Cat-No: KG005
Release-Date: 11.02.2022
Configuration: 12"

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Meetsysteem / Victor De Roo - Ampersand (00:00) Meetsysteem / Victor De Roo - Ampersand (00:00) 1 Meetsysteem / Victor De Roo - Ampersand
Meetsysteem / Victor De Roo - Was het Maar Eens Niet Zo'n Feest (00:00) Meetsysteem / Victor De Roo - Was het Maar Eens Niet Zo'n Feest (00:00) 2 Meetsysteem / Victor De Roo - Was het Maar Eens Niet Zo'n Feest
Meetsysteem / Victor De Roo - Alsof Het Regent (00:00) Meetsysteem / Victor De Roo - Alsof Het Regent (00:00) 3 Meetsysteem / Victor De Roo - Alsof Het Regent
Meetsysteem / Victor De Roo - Storing (00:00) Meetsysteem / Victor De Roo - Storing (00:00) 4 Meetsysteem / Victor De Roo - Storing
Meetsysteem / Victor De Roo - Rennen Als De Wind (00:00) Meetsysteem / Victor De Roo - Rennen Als De Wind (00:00) 5 Meetsysteem / Victor De Roo - Rennen Als De Wind
Meetsysteem / Victor De Roo - De Mogelijkheid Bestaat (00:00) Meetsysteem / Victor De Roo - De Mogelijkheid Bestaat (00:00) 6 Meetsysteem / Victor De Roo - De Mogelijkheid Bestaat
After releasing the singles ‘Vraag je af’ and ‘Runner van de zaak’, Ricky Cherim and Victor De Roo teamed up again to create their first collaborative EP. A six tracker produced by VDR, with text and voice by Meetsysteem, telling stories about paranoia, societal anxiety, depression, regret and love. A vast amount of lyrical themes, carried by an equal amount of musical variance. The only thread through the EP is the 909: a drum machine usually used for techno music, demoted to a rhythm box used in a shady backroom in Brussels. If only it weren’t such a party.

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