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Lex Boogie From The Bronx & Senz Beats Present: A TALE OF 2 PLANETS

Brand new tape on Tanuki Records

A Tale of 2 Planets by Lex Boogie From the Bronx & Senz Beats

Tanuki Records #26
Edition of 100 copies
C62 cassette / digital
Cover art by Roger 3000
Shirts printed by +nurse+


Ode to the Ghosted by Senz Beats


We’re happy to announce to imminent release of

Ode to the Ghosted by Senz Beats

Ode to the Ghosted was originally a tape I made for a girl I dated for a very short period, but it evolved into something else. I gave it to her with a walkman and never heard from her again.

Selected and edited by Senz in Montreal, 2016
Mastered by Dom Girard
Cover art by Conrad Steen
For more from Senz go to

Limited to 50 copies
Available on C-63 cassette only (with download code)
Tanuki Records #21


!! cheers !!

Two new cassettes out now on Tanuki Records


We’re very happy to announce the release of two brand new cassettes!

First is “Sofa So Good” by turntable wizard Martin Tétreault!! It’s available as a one sided 33min cassette and as download! Side B is empty, it’s all yours to remix the original piece! Enjoy!

Then there’s A Hidden Life and other works by Simon Wickham-Smith. It’s available as a 90min cassette and as download! Check it out!

Two new releases and more on Tanuki Records

Hello there!

We have one new release, a pre-order and a heavy recommendation for you !

Pre-order is:
Martin Tétreault – Sofa so Good (out march 5th)

One sided C65 Cassette
side A 33:33 original side B ……… rework, remix, create your own version and let us know what you came up with!
50 copies

New release is:
Patrick Thinsy – Coda Generates – The Pale Ones (book)

A selection of photos published on Patrick Thinsys’ blog codagenerates.wordpress.com between january 2014 and january 2015
Risoprinted by Jan Matthé at RisikoPress risikopress.tumblr.com
30 copiesP1120528 P1120526 P1120527

And our heavy recommendation:
The mighty Sublyme Diagonal just released “Deviator” on his Bandcamp page.
“Connecting the dots, Sublyme Diagonal scientifically draws links between vintage german dub techno and the most experimental side of today’s bass music. From the first he borrows echo-drenched elastic spaces that he fills with the latter’s tribal urban rhythms. Resolutely forward looking and yet intimately tied to mid-1990’s Basic Channel or Mille Plateaux esthetics, Deviator is a departing junction, a new tangential point for a more adventurous breed of techno”