Young Male ‎– All R

Label:
White Material ‎– WM001
Format:
Vinyl, 12", EP
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Tracklist

A1 All R
B1 Distrust
B2 Black Satin Fan

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Notes

Original edition of 300 hand stamped records 'Working Man's Techno' ink-stamped sleeve,
Repressed in 2014.
Recorded in New York City.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout reads): wytmat001

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ion_ion

ion_ion

September 8, 2014
edited over 2 years ago
anybody have any info if the represses will be distributed in Europe as well?

LE: whops, found it at honestjons in uk.
MJH1964

MJH1964

August 4, 2014
Just curious as to how the represses are being distributed. I bought the first two WM 12"s on release from A1 in NY, but so far the represses are only available from a very select number of European sellers … causing a second wave of price gouging (plus crazy shipping charges if you live elsewhere) … I assume when they eventually get to Juno (in UK) or Allday (in USA) that the prices will go back to normal?
belles-heures

belles-heures

July 28, 2014
edited over 2 years ago

very quiet
aidonnbrandon

aidonnbrandon

July 27, 2014
How many copies do you think will be pressed this time?
alain_andreina

alain_andreina

December 12, 2013

repress should be out in january. Message from the labelowners themself. Give your money to them who deserve it!
marco.blaesi

marco.blaesi

August 20, 2013
Good news - repress of all 3 releases yet at the end of 2013!
004 is coming soon!
mads_bj

mads_bj

July 13, 2013
Looking for a copy? Anybody want to sell?
Tolstoi

Tolstoi

March 22, 2013
Just picked this and the DJ Richard wax today. Very nice. Beautiful, dark grooves. Yeah, this is definitely going to be a label to keep and eye on.
brooklyn04

brooklyn04

March 16, 2013

Watched Young Male jam on his 909 for nearly 2 hours last night in Montreal. He killed it. At some point while i was outside, i touched the wall and the whole building was shaking! super cool and humble guy just making "working man's techno". Looking forwards to hear more stuff from him and the label.
MJH1964

MJH1964

February 16, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
Agree with Discozilla. The other release on this new label - by DJ Richard - is also worth tracking down. I got mine at A1 in NY. Maybe there's a L.I.E.S. connection? (A1 one stock very few new releases, but the ones they do are always worth picking up.) Certainly a similar aesthetic/approach. Definitely a label to watch, and one that I can imagine could develop a L.I.E.S./Novel Sound-like cult following.