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[MONOCLI95] Cardao | Spiritual Reflexes LP OUT on 27th May 2016

Review: “Monocline mainstay Cardao returns. Continuing with his own take on the melodic and trippier end of the Techno spectrum, we’re treated to six new tracks. After some incredible releases, this portuguese talent presents his first solo LP – “Spiritual Reflexes”. Strong and sublime are the keywords of this amazing release.” Tracklisting: 1. Cardao – Aura (Original Mix) [Audio clip:
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[MONOCLI94] Saam | Dimension EP OUT on 1st April 2016

Review: “Monocline welcome another name to it’s ever-growing roster, Sam Vermeer based in Netherlands. Saam gets his inspiration from various analog synthesizers and drum computers, like the Roland TR-909 and the SH-101. Nowadays he has a studio in Amsterdam with all his own collection of analog equipment. After releasing on Wall Music (Mike Wall’s imprint), Saam presents his debut EP
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[MONOCLI93] Re:Axis | Crystal EP OUT on 26th February 2016

Review: “Monocline’s creator José Diogo Correia aka Re:Axis steps in to the spotlight once again with his brand new “Crystal” EP. Constantly striving for excellence in sound design and deadly arrangements, Re:Axis’ wonderfully flow and well honed strand of club techno continues to shine on Monocline’s 93th release. Packaged together with two new artists on the label, Joton and David
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[MONOCLI92] V/A | Observatory Vol.1 OUT on 5th February 2016

Review: Monocline Records are pleased to present an extra special compilation of tracks from the last year. After the successful 6th anniversary celebrations, Monocline continued with their hight quality output right through 2015, forging ahead with new and old artists alike. The upcoming V/A – “Observatory Vol.1” will be the starting point of a new section for lost and rarer
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[MONOCLI91] Splinter (UA) | Sarafan LP OUT on 20th November 2015

Review: Now a regular member of the Monocline roster, young Ukrainian talent Splinter (UA) resurfaces again, this time with a long play beautifully sequenced and alive with energy. From the depths of his studio, “Sarafan” emerges with its deep resonant acid tones and broken beats. Setting the mood, Tymur then unlocks the monster inside with six club-designed cuts. A name
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