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The Juan Maclean - The Simple Life 12"
The Juan Maclean - The Simple Life 12"

The Juan Maclean - The Simple Life 12"

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A banging Juan Maclean track featuring performances from Nancy Whang ++ Alex and Nick from Holy Ghost! Remix by Marcus Worgull of Innervisions fame. 

A) The Simple Life
B) The Simple Life (Marcus Worgull Remix)
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LAPS - Who Me 12"
LAPS - Who Me 12"
LAPS - Who Me 12"
LAPS - Who Me 12"
LAPS - Who Me 12"

LAPS - Who Me 12"

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TRACKLIST:
A1) Who Me?
A2) Who Me? (Duppy Gun Remix)
A3) Who Me? (D. Tiffany & Roza Terenzi Remix)
4) Ladybug

Glasgow duo Ladies As Pimps, a.k.a. LAPS, make their DFA debut with the Who Me? EP. After first meeting each other in an analogue production course run by Green Door Studio several years ago, Lady Two Collars (Golden Teacher) and Sue Zuki (Organs of Love) have now refined their sound and produced one of the most focused and vital club singles to emerge from the Glasgow underground, with their unique and thoroughly danceable fusion of dub, house, and trip-hop. 

“Who Me?” asks the question via a French-English narration, anchored by a hard-edged rhythm that assertively struts between percussive triplets and whizzing frequencies. “Ladybug” gets even more dubbed out, with arrangements that unfurl somewhere between Neneh Cherry, ESG, and early Tricky. “Who Me?” caught the ears of everyone from Ben UFO (who hosted LAPS live at XOYO and on Rinse FM) to Rihanna, who featured their music in her Savage x Fenty show at this year’s NYFW. 

On remix duties, LA producer M. Geddes Gengras appears under the Duppy Gun alias, chopping the vocal track into a pleasantly disorienting remix. Vancouver-based D. Tiffany (Coastal Haze, Pacific Rhythm) and Melbourne up-and-comer Roza Terenzi collaborate on a stripped-back, high-energy take, while ANY WAYS, a.k.a. Tom Marshallsay (Golden Teacher, General Ludd) rounds out the EP, bringing it back to Glasgow. 

“Who Me?” and “Ladybug” were originally released in July 2017 by MIC Records (London, UK). This EP is a co-release between MIC and DFA. Vinyl 12" launches January 25th. 

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XLNT - High Tide 12"
XLNT - High Tide 12"
XLNT - High Tide 12"
XLNT - High Tide 12"

XLNT - High Tide 12"

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Tracklist: 
1) High Tide
2) High Tide (Secret Circuit)
3) High Tide (Dr. Dunks) 

Christened High Tide after the sudden rising of the LA River basin during a particularly epic and rare rainfall, this cosmic slop funk jam was born from the minds of Devin Flynn (Pixeltan) and Eddie Ruscha (Secret Circuit), two individuals with a deep connection to Los Angeles tap water sources. While traipsing through the aisles of an Atwater Village bodega, the two mustered up a plan to create a rhythmic piece so delectable as to turn peoples’ heads inside out and pummel the senses with a wobbly Jah Wobble bass sound and a toy drum machine “no toy” style back beat. They figured if they laced it up with enough electronic scuzz, the masses would be sure to want to sip from its nectar. 

When DFA got wind, it was all systems go, and from then on, all relevant parties knew that they should sit on the track for at least five years before it was released, otherwise the world at large would not be ready for it. The remixes are by Eddie himself, as Secret Circuit, and Dr. Dunks, AKA Eric Duncan, a fellow Angeleno (at least at heart). Eric and Devin rolled through the streets as small children, shredding curbs and tagging local ice cream trucks, so it was inevitable they would reconnect and jam on High Tide. 

Devin Flynn is an animator, musician and teacher who has worked on projects like Gary Panter's web series Pink Donkey and the Fly and MTV2’s Wonder Showzen. He has previously released on DFA with Pixeltan, a trio—Flynn, Hisham Bharoocha of Black Dice, and singer Mika Yoneta—that recorded with The DFA at the label’s inception, creating two seminal singles. Eddie Ruscha is another DFA veteran, having remixed artists including Wolfram and Museum of Love. He has been making music for decades, as Secret Circuit and with a myriad of other aliases and collaborators, in addition to recording under his own name. He has released on labels like Beats in Space and Emotional Response, among others.

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Death From Abroad: Mock & Toof - K-Choppers 12"
Death From Abroad: Mock & Toof - K-Choppers 12"
Death From Abroad: Mock & Toof - K-Choppers 12"
Hand-Stamped White Label

Death From Abroad: Mock & Toof - K-Choppers 12"

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(DFA0111 / 2007)

 

A. K-Choppers

B. Brownbread

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Scotty Coats & Wes 'The' Mes - Double Fisted Prins Thomas Remixes (White Label) 12"
Scotty Coats & Wes 'The' Mes - Double Fisted Prins Thomas Remixes (White Label) 12"
Scotty Coats & Wes 'The' Mes - Double Fisted Prins Thomas Remixes (White Label) 12"
Scotty Coats & Wes 'The' Mes - Double Fisted Prins Thomas Remixes (White Label) 12"

Scotty Coats & Wes 'The' Mes - Double Fisted Prins Thomas Remixes (White Label) 12"

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Hand stamped white label promo in plain sleeve.
(DFA RONG DFARONG 08 / 2008)

 

A1. Double Fisted

A2. Double Fisted (Prins Thomas Disko Miks)

B1. Double Fisted (Prins Thomas Version)

B2. R.I.P. Mike Conley

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Free Blood - Parangatang w/ Remixes (White Label 12")
Free Blood - Parangatang w/ Remixes (White Label 12")
Free Blood - Parangatang w/ Remixes (White Label 12")
Free Blood - Parangatang w/ Remixes (White Label 12")

Free Blood - Parangatang w/ Remixes (White Label 12")

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Hand stamped white label promo in plain sleeve.


(DFA / RONG DFARONG 06 / 2008)

 

A1. Parangatang

A2. Parangatang (Tim 'Love' Lee Mix)

B1. Weekend Condition

B2. Weekend Condition (Scotty Coats & Wes 'The' Mes Mix)

 

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The Juan Maclean - Happy House - Remixes #2 (White Label) 12"
The Juan Maclean - Happy House - Remixes #2 (White Label) 12"
The Juan Maclean - Happy House - Remixes #2 (White Label) 12"
The Juan Maclean - Happy House - Remixes #2 (White Label) 12"

The Juan Maclean - Happy House - Remixes #2 (White Label) 12"

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Hand stamped white label promo in plain sleeve.
(dfa 2230b / 2009)

 

A1. Happy House (VHS Or Beta Remix)

A2. Happy House (Chateau Flight Remix)

B.  Happy House (Will Saul & Mike Monday Remix)


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Pixeltan - Get Up / Say What 12"
Pixeltan - Get Up / Say What 12"

Pixeltan - Get Up / Say What 12"

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DFA2139 / 2004

A. Get Up / Say What (DFA Remix)

B1. Get Up

B2. That's The Way I Like It

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Death From Abroad: Yura Yura Teikoku - Dekanai 12"
Death From Abroad: Yura Yura Teikoku - Dekanai 12"
Death From Abroad: Yura Yura Teikoku - Dekanai 12"
Hand-Stamped White Label

Death From Abroad: Yura Yura Teikoku - Dekanai 12"

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(DFA0117 / 2007)

 

A1. Dekanai (Extended Remix)

A2. Dekanai (Remix)

B1. Sweet Surrender (Remix)

B2. Sweet Surrender (Instrumental Remix)

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Woolfy - Oh Missy w/ In Flagranti Remixes (White Label) 12"
Woolfy - Oh Missy w/ In Flagranti Remixes (White Label) 12"
Woolfy - Oh Missy w/ In Flagranti Remixes (White Label) 12"
Woolfy - Oh Missy w/ In Flagranti Remixes (White Label) 12"

Woolfy - Oh Missy w/ In Flagranti Remixes (White Label) 12"

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Hand stamped white label promo in plain sleeve.  
(DFA / RONG RONGDFA 009 / 2009)

 

A.  Oh Missy

B1. Oh Missy (In Flagranti's Xenon Mix)

B2. Oh Missy (In Flagranti's Meat-Packing Mix)

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Death From Abroad: Altz - Max Motion (w/ Idjut Boys Remixes) 12"
Death From Abroad: Altz - Max Motion (w/ Idjut Boys Remixes) 12"
Death From Abroad: Altz - Max Motion (w/ Idjut Boys Remixes) 12"
Death From Abroad: Altz - Max Motion (w/ Idjut Boys Remixes) 12"
Hand-Stamped White Label

Death From Abroad: Altz - Max Motion (w/ Idjut Boys Remixes) 12"

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(DFA0112 / 2007)

A1. Max Motion

A2. Yello (Original)

B1. Yello (Version Idjut Hoe Down Mix)

B2. Yello (Version Idjut Dub Down Mix)

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Death From Abroad: Bot'Ox - Babylon By Car 12"
Death From Abroad: Bot'Ox - Babylon By Car 12"

Death From Abroad: Bot'Ox - Babylon By Car 12"

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(DFA0114 / 2007)

 

A. Babylon By Car

B. Tragedy Symphony

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Shocking Pinks - End Of The World - Deerhunter & Eluvium Remixes 12"
Shocking Pinks - End Of The World - Deerhunter & Eluvium Remixes 12"
Shocking Pinks - End Of The World - Deerhunter & Eluvium Remixes 12"
Shocking Pinks - End Of The World - Deerhunter & Eluvium Remixes 12"
Shocking Pinks - End Of The World - Deerhunter & Eluvium Remixes 12"
Shocking Pinks - End Of The World - Deerhunter & Eluvium Remixes 12"

Shocking Pinks - End Of The World - Deerhunter & Eluvium Remixes 12"

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DFA EMI UK 12" / dfaemidj 2176 / 2007 / Picture sleeve with promo sticker

 

A1. End Of The World

A2. Go To Sleep (Deerhunter Remix)

B1. Go To Sleep

B2. Go To Sleep (Eluvium Remix)

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Shocking Pinks - Smoke Screen The Glimmers Remixes 12"
Shocking Pinks - Smoke Screen The Glimmers Remixes 12"
Shocking Pinks - Smoke Screen The Glimmers Remixes 12"
Shocking Pinks - Smoke Screen The Glimmers Remixes 12"

Shocking Pinks - Smoke Screen The Glimmers Remixes 12"

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DFA EMI UK 12" / dfaemi 2172 / 2007


A. Smoke Screen (The Glimmers Beyond The Smoke Edit)

B. Smoke Screen (Twelve Inches And A Bit More By The Glimmers)

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Altair Nouveau - Space Fortress 12"
Altair Nouveau - Space Fortress 12"

Altair Nouveau - Space Fortress 12"

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DFA2210 / 2009

 

A. Space Fortress

B1. Showdown

B2. Sorcerer

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Ninos Du Brasil - Aromobates NDB 12"
Ninos Du Brasil - Aromobates NDB 12"
Ninos Du Brasil - Aromobates NDB 12"
Ninos Du Brasil - Aromobates NDB 12"

Ninos Du Brasil - Aromobates NDB 12"

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DFA is pleased to announce a new 12” single by Ninos Du Brasil.

Ninos Du Brasil are Nicolò Fortuni and Nico Vascellari, an Italian percussion duo with a background in visual art. Through their aptitude with drumming, they are masters at fusing the seemingly disparate influences of punk, tribal techno, and batacuda, emerging with a sound that is truly singular. The project takes its rhythmic backbone from Brazilian carnival music, and the duo injects each track with the frothy attitude of punk and the shuffling dancefloor domination of techno.

Nico Vascellari had the following to say of these two tracks: “These two songs are meant to be poisonous and malignant, As if somebody had the idea of inviting us to a party between the bushes of Queimada Grande (Snake Island, Brazil.)”

“... it’s unclear who’s doing what. Some of the elements belong together, according to tradition, and some of them don’t; there’s a little thrill in the friction.” - New York Times

“It bears no baggage, no symbolism, no risky appropriation or titles, just a refined, focused dimension and a riveting set of textures that showcase the group’s intricate techniques, all of it imbued with their own menacing panache.” - Tiny Mix Tapes

“...humid, vibrant and intoxicating on one hand, dark, nightmarish and unforgiving on the other.” - Juno Download

 

 Track List: 

  1. Aromobates NDB
  2. Clelia Clelia
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Black Meteoric Star - Dominatron b/w Anthem 12"
Black Meteoric Star - Dominatron b/w Anthem 12"

Black Meteoric Star - Dominatron b/w Anthem 12"

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Black Meteoric Star is the latest project by longtime DFA alumni Gavin Russom. The project is inspired equal parts Euro-disco, wonky early electronic body music from America's Midwest and an always present fascination with the outer reaches of global psychedelic rock. Gavin Russom began the recordings for Black Meteoric Star sometime in 2006. It was at this time that Carl Craig remixed Delia Gonzalez & Gavin Russom's single "Relevee", making it one of the years biggest dance club anthems. Three vinyl 12" singles by Black Meteoric Star will be released on DFA Records with extended original versions in 2009 along with a full self-titled CD that edits and compiles all six singles. There will be an edition of 100 of each 12" hand stamped and accompanied by a series of posters also designed by Russom. These releases will follow a narrative line and the six pieces of music tell a story of clubbing and the long journey through the night and into the next day. In this project, Russom carries his ability to create rich sonic landscapes to the dance floor using minimal but intense arrangements and high-energy repetition. 

The second single "Dominatron / Anthem" takes place after midnight. The animal energy encountered in "World Eater" is released and splits itself into female and male parts. This 12" is the story of their struggle for power over one another. "Dominatron" is the feminine side and "Anthem" is the masculine side. As in a possession ritual, each side appears and does its dance. Rhode Island native Gavin Russom now lives and works in Berlin. He has produced many remixes recently, including a new single by Croatian techno artist Petar Dundov, New York's avant garde duo Palms and a remix featured on the upcoming soundtrack for the remake of the movie Tron.

Tracklist

A - Dominatron

B - Anthem

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Black Meteoric Star - Death Tunnel b/w World Eater 12"
Black Meteoric Star - Death Tunnel b/w World Eater 12"

Black Meteoric Star - Death Tunnel b/w World Eater 12"

$14.98

Black Meteoric Star is the latest project by longtime DFA alumni Gavin Russom. The project is inspired equal parts Euro-disco, wonky early electronic body music from America's Midwest and an always present fascination with the outer reaches of global psychedelic rock. Gavin Russom began the recordings for Black Meteoric Star sometime in 2006. It was at this time that Carl Craig remixed Delia Gonzalez & Gavin Russom's single "Relevee", making it one of the years biggest dance club anthems. Three vinyl 12" singles by Black Meteoric Star will be released on DFA Records with extended original versions in 2009 along with a full self-titled CD that edits and compiles all six singles. There will be an edition of 100 of each 12" hand stamped and accompanied by a series of posters also designed by Russom. These releases will follow a narrative line and the six pieces of music tell a story of clubbing and the long journey through the night and into the next day. In this project, Russom carries his ability to create rich sonic landscapes to the dance floor using minimal but intense arrangements and high-energy repetition. 

The first single "Death Tunnel" / "World Eater" tells the story of the personal entry into darkness. In "Death Tunnel" the rhythmic lines lose their edges as they repeat in a tense nature. We are driving forward fast and this somehow creates a particular kind of ecstasy. As in twilight, borders become unclear and the boundary between inner and outer becomes soft. Sounds like electronic waves connects the experience to the ocean, another vast, unknowable place of transformation. "World Eater" was created under circumstances such that even Gavin has no idea how many of the sounds were created. It has been said to suggest a panther prowling through the jungle, looking for prey. Considering the above, that seems appropriate enough. Rhode Island native Gavin Russom now lives and works in Berlin. He has produced many remixes recently, including a new single by Croatian techno artist Petar Dundov, New York's avant garde duo Palms and a remix featured on the upcoming soundtrack for the remake of the movie Tron.
Tracklist
A - Death Tunnel
B - World Eater
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