4E "Pills & Thrills E.P. out now!

4E “Pills & Thrills E.P.” - Vinyl 12” & Digital (TTXX0006)    

A1 Pills & Thrills
A1 Lift Off
B1 Purification
B2 Pharmacology

4E used to be Khan’s apartment number in New York City’s East Village back in the late 90’s. 4E became the trademark sound for his downbeat acid infused electro work. On his kitchen floor he produced a very unique brand of futuristic funk tracks with only a ROLAND TB-303, SH-101 and the Hip-Hop fundamental SP1200 drum sampler.

Besides a couple of 12”s for Force Inc. Music and the “Gentle Killer E.P.” on Freddy Fresh’s Socket imprint, 4E released the highly acclaimed downbeat electro album “4E4ME4YOU” on German glitch label Mille Plateaux.

Back in 1998 4E shared the now legendary 12” with I-F “Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass” on the “From Beyond Series” by Ectomorph’s Interdimensional Transmissions.

“Pills & Thrills” on Temple Traxx is four previously unreleased acid-electro stomper that are as funky and noisy as it can get on an East Village kitchen floor.

Masstrubator 12" out Feb. 1st 2019

Massturbator was originally recorded 1995 in Bizz O.D.'s kitchen in Brooklyn, New York. This hardcore acid 12" went straight to number #1 of the CMJ techno charts back in the days and has not lost any of it's Acid-Punk power. The four tracks are somewhat of a blueprint for bands like Animal Collective's hyper-jazz or Sleaford Mods proto-punk. They mentioned Massturbator in interviews as an inspirational force. For most DJ's too fast, too hard, but thanks to modern technology you can always pitch down 30bpm to please some fat ass, old, Berghain crowd. Jack Off and hail mAssturbator!

Massturbator live at South 2nd Street, Brookly/NY 1994

Bizz O.D. "The New York Push" TTXX0004 out now!

Bizz O.D. is somewhat of a mystery.

A known fact is that she released noisy hypnotic acid-house tracks on Force Inc. and Smile Communications back in 1993-1998. “Warship The Speakers” was taken very literally when Detroit was kneeling in front of their sound-system praying to the allmighty bass drum. “I’m Coming Out Of Your Speakers” went heavy rotation with Junior Vasquez at Sound Factory NYC. A collaboration with Jimi Tenor for OZON Records in 1995.

A few live shows have been proven to be Bizz O.D. herself. She would send someone, kinda anybody, to play her trademark Casio RZ-1 drum-machine and tweak her TB303 acid-lines. The vocal loops coming off some defunkt Dictaphone. So she’s never been really seen or photographed. Bizzi has ZERO social media except the mentions on Discogs and some up-loads on YouTube.

“The New York Push” is two previously unreleased tracks. Fetish club, distortion and newyorican-soul all in one. Set aside some pretty bizarr promo pictures that will add to the mystery.

It’s House, New York House with a Latin-Industrial subtext.

Ok, whatever

JAMMIN' UNIT "Remote Car Babe" (TTXX0002)

Khan presents:
Jammin’ Unit “Remote Car Babe”
Vinyl 12” & Digital (TTXX0002)  

OUT: February 20th via www.metabanana.airforce

A1 Remote Car Babe
A2 Don’t Eat Before Going To Sleep
B1 Life Shortening
B2 Wherever Distinguished People Congregate

Jammin’ Unit is not only my brother but one of the most prolific producer of electronic music since the early days of techno. He is one half of legendary electronic supergroup Air Liquide and made his way into history books with tracks like “If The Was No Gravity” and “Revelation” lately featured on Nina Kraviz - Fabric 91 mix.

“Remore Car Babe” was originally released on clear 10” via Temple Records NYC in 1997 and is now remastered by the man himself for our 2018 ears. Re-issued on 12” black vinyl for more gain and better audio quality.

In his own words, he describes the 4 track e.p. as: “The sound was created for headphone listening during remote car racing. Enhancing the feel of speed and aggressiveness was the goal”.

To me, it feels like a manga comic strip etched on vinyl. No headphone necessary to go on this speed racing trip of ecstasy and pounding bliss.

“Don’t eat before going to sleep but DO eat before going out!”

Yours sincerely,
Khan (Of Finland)

℗ & © 2018 Temple Traxx

CUBE 40 "Bad Computa" (TTXX0001)

Out on vinyl via Metabanana.airforce Nov. 13th & digital Nov. 10th 2017

“Bad Computa” was originally released in 1995 on Temple Records NYC and is now the second re-issue on TEMPLE TRAXX.
Produced by my brother Jammin’ Unit, who also signed for re-mastering, and myself as Bizz O.D. in four-on-the-floor matters.

CUBE 40 was always meant to be “The Ramones of Techno” by repeating the same track idea over and over. Compare with “You Make Me Function” and you’ll get the idea. Cube 40 played only one show ever: 1998 at Berlin’s E-Werk, dressed in ripped jeans and t-shirts, long black hair, and a can of Budwiser in each hand to resemble their Gabba-Gabba-Hey heroes. Hey Ho Let’s Go Bad Computa!

Yours sincerely,
Khan (Of Finland)

℗ & © 2017 Temple Traxx

CUBE 40 "You Make Me Function" (TTXX0000)

Khan presents:
CUBE 40 “You Make Me Function”

Out October 6th 2017

Temple Traxx is my brand new label specializing in material from the early days of techno and house.

At the time I was living in New York City and ran the electronic record shop Temple Records NYC and a weekly techno party called "Killer" at legendary Save The Robots.
Now, 22 years later, I am excited to curate this brand new outlet for sleazy-machine-music together with Killekill and Metabanana Airforce distribution.

CUBE 40, who always considered themselves The Ramones of Techno, was the first 10” with “You Make Me Function” to come out on Temple Records NYC in 1995 and is now the first digital reissue on Temple Traxx (Vinyl available via WAS/IS). Produced by my brother Jammin’ Unit who also signed for re-mastering and myself as Bizz O.D. in 4-on-the-floor matters.


Temple Traxx will freshly reedit and remaster more tracks from this legendary time plus new material on a monthly basis. So stay tuned my dear DJ bitches.

Yours sincerely,
Khan (Of Finland)

℗ & © 2017 Temple Traxx