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Kneqq (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: FRINGEWHITE 002. Rel: 17 Apr 18
  1. Kneqq (5:42)
  2. Struck (5:22)
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Cat: CB 02. Rel: 12 Mar 18
  1. BFTT - "Public/Private"
  2. Lack - "Absent"
  3. Chekov - "Celeste"
  4. Howes - "Untitled"
Review: Cong Burn made a mighty splash with its first release, clearly flaunting the kind of wares you'd expect to hear from Livity Sound alumni or other such esteemed techno renegades. The second installment is no slouch either, featuring a new cast of crooked creators offering up their wares for the modern mutant dancefloor. BFTT has a weighty low end thrum powering "Public/Private", while Lack takes things in a scuffed and nimble direction. Chekov pushes out into more experimental pastures with the broken beats and displaced sound design of "Celeste" and Howes creates a wonderful strain of mystical deep house for darkened souls. Each one of these tracks is loaded with flair and personality, yards ahead of your average generic knock offs and presenting something with real merit to the convoluted world of dance music.
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Played by: Maciek Sienkiewicz, M50
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Catch A Body (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: S7 001. Rel: 15 Aug 13
  1. Catch A Body
  2. Banshee
Review: Catch a body eh? Let's hope it's not a fat one. Oh wait, it is... Very fat indeed. Bulbous, in fact, thanks to its array of obese subs that wriggle and worm beneath the stark, spiked out string stabs, each one overlapping each other with menace. "Banshee" is even fatter again as we're treated to a whole series of basses, each one shouting loudly, eager for our attention as more dagger-like drums heave and weave amidst the dynamic. Purist grime - both of these Bristol bangers are screaming for MCs to do their damage!
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  1. Callahan - "Kudzu" (5:15)
  2. Silas & Snare - "Eastern Shores" (5:39)
  3. A:Tonal - "Perfect Imbalance" (6:21)
  4. SYZ & LKY - "Turbulence" (7:07)
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Cong Burn 03 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CB 03. Rel: 16 Jul 18
  1. Chekov - "Spring" (5:34)
  2. Duckett - "Lost In Israel" (5:06)
  3. Lack - "Track 3" (8:21)
  4. Haddon - "Anabiosis" (3:00)
Review: Cong Burn continues to exercise one of the most promising instincts for future-minded music on this, their third release. It's surprising they haven't done more previously, considering the maturity of their curation, but either way the quality remains at an all time high here, leading in with some light and liquefied 4/4 sonics from Chekov before pirouetting into one of Duckett's illustrious abstractions around the techno blueprint. Label regular Lack is back on side B with the stern and punchy "Track 3," and then Haddon finishes the record off with "Anabiosis," a densely textured, slow creeping trip of a track.
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  1. Conquering Animal Sound - "Treehouses" (iO Sounds remix)
  2. Anutie Flo - "Sun Ritual" (Neil Landstrumm remix)
  3. HRH - "Pinky Ring" (JD Twitch Optimo remix)
  4. Leonidas & Hobbes - "Heavy Weather" (Nightwave remix)
Played by: IO Sounds
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Cat: GME 005. Rel: 01 Nov 12
  1. Dam Mantle - "Brothers Fowl"
  2. Dam Mantle - "Dublin"
  3. Lovers' Rights - "Make Your Own Milk!"
  4. Lovers' Rights - "Cnidarian"
Review:  Londoners Get Me! are back with their fifth release after a successful two years of far-reaching, UK-inspired dance floor cuts. This time it's a collaborative effort and Dam Mantle kick things of with "Brothers Fowl", an irresistibly charming future garage track with plenty of those classic chopped up vocals and almost Burial-like, cascading drums; on "Dublin" Mantle injects a straighter beat structure and an impressive collection of gloomy, hypnotising pads. Over on the B, Lovers' Rights give us "Make Your Own Milk", a stunning deep house hybrid with a bumping bass line, making it an all-out bomb which would make the Sunklo boys so very proud! "Cnidarian" is experimental to say the least - a near 150 beats per minute and a fierce array of sci-fi effects and melodies to boot.
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Cat: BLNK 009. Rel: 19 Oct 16
  1. Dance - "The Poison Dwarf" (1:53)
  2. Alan Johnson - "Ank" (5:49)
  3. L Sae - "Dices Courter" (5:09)
  4. Variete - "Ascend" (5:30)
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Cat: SGNLF 05. Rel: 22 Oct 13
  1. Desto - "Cool Down The Dance"
  2. LAS - "Liketha"
  3. Kowton - "Dub 05"
  4. Twwth - "Black Thigh Shakes"
Review: Bringing a relentlessly modern heat to the dance with their chosen collaborators, Signal Life make their presence felt with this release pointing to a commitment to futuristic beats loaded with bass across a range of tempos. Desto's "Cool Down The Dance" is likely to do the opposite as it brings some forthright grime strings over a simmering beat, while Las switches things up with a snaking groove that takes things slow and funky in a most engaging of ways. Kowton looks to the crawling pace and wilfully trumps it with the end-of-the-world nightmare of his "Dub 05", all horror synths and his trademark rasping claps. Twwth meanwhile brings equally measured tones as the spartan percussive study of "Black Thigh Shakes" rounding off the EP on a suitably alien level.
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Cat: WLV 003. Rel: 20 Mar 13
  1. Jimmy Edgar - "Let Yrself Be Free"
  2. Lando Kal - "Clockin'"
  3. Axiom Crux - "When Summer Doesn't Come"
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Various EP (limited 140 gram vinyl 12" + insert)
Cat: WSR 002. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Glas Rm - "Fully dipped" (6:55)
  2. Speak7 - "Lohan Hands" (7:05)
  3. Loop LF - "Drive 22" (5:30)
  4. Unknown artist - "Untitled" (6:24)
Review: Well Street are back with their second instalment of broken beat techno on this 4-track Various EP. Loop LF returns to the fold after his impressive first release alongside label founders Glas Rm and Speak7, plus an unnamed track by a mystery artist.
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NX12X (12")
Cat: SPLIT 01. Rel: 07 Feb 19
  1. Sam Hostettler - "Pointalims" (8:11)
  2. La Leif - "Kyoto" (4:22)
  3. La Leif - "Kimochi" (3:48)
  4. Sam Hostettler - "Opalescene" (9:27)
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Cat: HOYA 001. Rel: 04 Nov 10
  1. Illum Sphere - "Sweat The Descent"
  2. Lone - "Let The Music Play On"
  3. Krystal Klear - "Persuaded Me"
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  1. Kode9 - "Pink Sham Pain Down The Drain"
  2. The Bug - "Siren"
  3. Dean Blunt - "Urban"
  4. Cooly G - "Mind"
  5. Inga Copeland - "I Am Your Ambient Wife"
  6. Lee Gamble - "DSM"
  7. Fatima Al Qadiri - "Shanxi"
  8. Ikonika - "Time/Speed"
  9. DJ Earl - "Hexagonic Sound"
  10. DVA - "Reach The Devil"
  11. Jeremy Greenspoon & Borys - "Gage"
Review: Take a look at the artists to grace the A-side of Decadubs 4 and you'll find a collection of names that have released some of this year's most talked about albums: Lee Gamble, Inga Copeland, The Bug and Fatima Al Qadiri. The B-side, however, hosts Hyperdub regulars like Ikonika and DVA, and the boss Kode9 of course, to more intriguing names like footworker DJ Earl and Jeremy Greenspoon & Borys who have previously released music on Dan Snaith's Jiaolong label. Dean Blunt also appears with a jazzy ambient cut, while Cooly G does the same with the sombre, vocal-driven "Mind".
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Jam 03 (12")
Cat: SGNLLF 002. Rel: 23 Aug 12
  1. Kowton - "Jam"
  2. Kowton - "Jam" (Desto remix)
  3. Las - "Low Out"
  4. Las - "Low Out" (Teeth remix)
Review: There's not one thing wrong with this second release from Finnish imprint Signal Life, which you'd expect when it's been graced by the grubby Midas like touch of Bristol heavyweight Kowton. Kowton is forever moving through sounds and styles like's not quite found his place just yet, but this doesn't hinder the resulting music one bit. Instead it keeps a real freshness present, and here it manifests itself in the style of the smudgy sub heavy dark stepper "Jam". Label co-boss Desto offers a hollowed out 808 heavy remix that probably has all the Soundcloud dwelling trapaholics giddy with excitement. On the flip rising Finn LAS also debuts with a realigned Baltimore Club banger "Low Out" which is given a drastic overhaul from Signal Life's other decision maker Teeth, stripping back proceedings to a low slung outer Galactic grime flex that spirals in all manner of directions with little prior warning. Not one thing wrong with this twelve inch.
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Saviour EP (12")
Cat: MTR 018. Rel: 11 Nov 14
  1. Saviour
  2. Things
  3. Belong
  4. Stand Bold
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Cat: TIMEDANCE 002. Rel: 25 Aug 15
  1. The West End As It Will Be (5:54)
  2. Line Sunk Like I'm Sunk (5:49)
Review: Is 2015 Batu's year? The Bristol producer first served notice of his talents for mutated, bass-led techno back in 2013 with a pair of standout 12"s for Cold Recordings and Livity's reverse sub-label. After some time out of the spotlight, Batu has returned with renewed vigour this year as new and exciting 12"s have popped up on Hotline and Beneath's Mistry. The establishment of his own Timedance label seems an important part of the Batu story too and this second release finds him adopting the A&R mantle to introduce L. Sae. Admittedly no newcomer, L. Sae is the latest production handle of Joe Higgins, a UK producer previously known for his output under the Metrist name for labels such as Fifth Wall and Resin. This two track 12", The West End As It Will Be, sees Matthews veer off into more abstract techno terrain, especially the title track which is caked with tape dust. A great 12" this.
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Ballads (12")
Cat: NS 014. Rel: 17 Apr 13
  1. Ballad 4D
  2. Not Mad
  3. Signal
Review: Always a tricky customer to get a handle on, just when you think you know where James Connolly is headed with his release arc he swerves back the other way, from chart-testing pop-inflected jams to raw club destroyers. On this latest march on his Night Slugs stomping ground, Connolly is definitely looking to rock the dance but he's not holding back on the musical elements either. On "Not Mad" there's plenty of boogie flavoured synth flares to inject some colour into proceedings, while the title track gets into an almost Autechre-styled disposition with it's mechanical warmth conundrum. "Signal" manages to conjure a powerful blend of electro funk dynamics and sci-fi moods that it's very hard to argue with.
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Cat: NSCC 001. Rel: 18 Apr 12
  1. Workout
  2. Video Drone
  3. Rubber Crash
  4. Hard Drive
  5. Girl Clap
Review: There was a growing sense that Night Slugs were in the early stages of reclaiming their reputation for prolific and wholly incendiary dancefloor material this year, returning to the sort of dominance that characterised their first year as a label. The launch of a Club Construction series adds another branch to an empire that already concurrently puts out full EPs, White Labels and artist albums, and also marks the first substantial material on the label from L-Vis 1990 in some time. The Night Slugs co-founder has been busy with Neon Dreams, his debut major label album and it's possible to frame this five track analogue only EP as a riposte from Connolly to those who had doubted his abilities for rawness given the polished nature of that opus. From the opening bars of "Workout" it's clear that the label's warning of this EP being "strictly for peak time usage" is all too prescient, leaning on an oft stated love of classic hi tempo Chitown ghetto house from the likes of Dance Mania and executing it with aplomb.
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Ballad 4D (12")
Cat: NSWL 017. Rel: 15 Jan 14
  1. Ballad 4D VIP
  2. Not Mad (Helix Bootleg)
Review: Arriving the same week as his return to the Clone Jack For Daze label, Night Slugs co-founder L-Vis 1990 drops this hotly anticipated 12" for the White Label series. Centre stage is a VIP take on "Ballad 4D", a highlight of last year's Ballads EP from Connolly. Much of the layered production that made up the original has been discarded in favour of some expertly chopped Jungle style percussion and there's a stop start progression to the track that will really mess with dancefloors. On the flip, Night Slugs' go-to remixer of choice Helix provides his own bootleg of Ballads EP track "Not Mad", which will please fans of the Atlanta-based producer's own distinct brand of skeletal grime-techno hybrids.
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  1. L-Vis 1990 - "Funk 4D"
  2. Schlachthofbronx - "Volumen" (feat Buraka Som Sistema)
  3. Illum Sphere - "Bullet"
  4. French Fries - "Shift"
Review: Ahead of the full Modeselektion 3 compilation (which looks to be the most diverse collection thus far) Monkeytown offer a 12" taste of what to expect featuring contributions from Night Slugger L Vis 1990, Schlachthofbronx, Illum Sphere and French Fries. Calling shotgun, L Vis 1990 lays down what can only be described as a not-messing-about-mate marker in the shape of the awesomely surreal industrial/ghetto house hybrid "Funk 4D", German Disko B regulars Schlachthofbronx also turn up with Buraka Som Systema for the totally out there detuned grind "Volumen". Illum Sphere lays down some brisk, taut percussive styles on "Bullet" whilst ClekClekBoomer French Fries reps Paris with the Mike Parker gone electro vibes of "Shift".
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Fun Zone (12")
Cat: CRDS 52. Rel: 03 Dec 15
  1. Racer Z (4:21)
  2. Casino (4:27)
  3. Adrenaline (2:15)
  4. White Cobra (3:03)
  5. Europium (4:18)
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Tan (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: WAP 388. Rel: 05 Feb 16
  1. Town Crier (3:52)
  2. Ally (4:07)
  3. Tan (3:49)
  4. Crumb (3:40)
Review: NYC songstress Lafawndah makes her big label debut on Warp with some killer jams produced by Night Slugs lynchpin Lvis 1990. "Town Crier" is bass driven urban dance with her sweet soaring vocals backed by stuttering and clattering industrial textures. "Ally" is a full frontal and funky bass assault with exotic middle eastern instrumentation infused throughout as she declares "I'll take you like in like a firefly". "Tan" is the most restrained and stripped effort on here, with massively reverberated drums carrying the track wonderfully while "Crumb" is the most chilled track: it's pop inflected and will take you on a journey with its immaculately programmed steel drums. Big things!
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Cat: UTTU 041. Rel: 11 Jun 14
  1. Water Reflection
  2. Brandy Riddim
  3. Typhoon Riddim
  4. Lightning Riddim
  5. Vapour Riddim
  6. Tsunami Riddim
Review: Lisbon-based producer Lake Haze returning to the bastion that is the UTTU imprint with Force Of Nature, an excursion into pure UK styles, fusing classic grime, house, garage and dubstep into a fresh-sounding whole. The elemental names should tell you all you need to know about how fierce these tracks are, with "Tsunami Riddim" and "Lightning Riddim" primed for club play. There's another side though in "Brandy Riddim" and "Vapor Riddim" which takes things back to the '90s - another essential grip from DJ Haus' label!
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Tundra Remixed (limited 12")
Cat: RS 1510. Rel: 09 Sep 15
  1. Oktavist (Mark Fell remix) (10:46)
  2. Three Songs (Kyoka remix) (7:37)
Played by: Victor Martinez
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Cat: SPEAKS 008. Rel: 25 Jul 12
  1. Nubian Minds (original mix)
  2. Nubian Minds (Mau'lin mix)
  3. Nubian Minds (West Norwood Cassette Library remix)
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Cat: KCMT 003. Rel: 28 Sep 12
  1. Home Early (original mix)
  2. Home Early (Pedro 123 remix)
  3. Home Early (West Norwood Cassette Library remix)
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Cat: MISTY 004. Rel: 22 Jun 15
  1. Draw For The (5:52)
  2. Baded (6:13)
  3. Touch Down (4:25)
Review: Launched last year with some prime Alex Coulton business, the Mistry label overseen by Benny Beneath has in the space of a few releases become the go-to place for those who like their club music a little bit weirded out. Newcomer Laksa steps up for the fourth release, presumably taking his name from the noodles soup (a move we spice lovers wholeheartedly endorse), and the three tracks suggest he's well at home on Mistry. Up top title track "Draw For The..." shows off Laksa's dark side, with a cavernous rhythmic backbone subject to some devilish sub bass with the overall sound not too dissimilar to recent Hodge antics. The low slung "Baded" is a more muscular production, with a satisfyingly degraded feel which dovetails nicely with the crisper sound explored on "Touch Down".
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Delicates (hand-stamped heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ITX 012. Rel: 18 Jun 18
  1. Delicates (6:25)
  2. Madu's Break (6:52)
  3. Dust (7:05)
  4. Yogi's Choice (3:47)
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Camo (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ITX 011. Rel: 29 Jun 17
  1. Hallyah (5:13)
  2. Camo Trousers (5:31)
  3. Like It's 99 (5:44)
  4. Rest With My Blues (3:22)
Played by: M50
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66 Rebels (12")
Cat: MSTRY 007. Rel: 11 Oct 16
  1. 66 Rebels (6:47)
  2. Ctrl Delete (6:29)
Review: Following last year's "Draw For The" on Beneath's Mistry imprint, the shadowy Laksa returns with another dark document. Rooted in techno, entrenched in bass, galvanized by grit, both cuts hit that holy grail status of appealing to almost all DJs from dubstep to techno via grime and footwork. "66 Rebels" is cavalcade of clipped synthesis and cymbals while "Ctrl Delete" sounds like it could have been cooked up in a Detroit laboratory. No messing around.
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The Amala Trick (limited 12")
Cat: TIMEDANCE 016. Rel: 23 Nov 18
  1. The Amala Trick (6:05)
  2. In The Middle (6:14)
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Far Away (hand-numbered 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: DURK 010. Rel: 28 Oct 14
  1. Far Away
  2. Far Away (Zed Bias dirty dub)
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Detached (12")
Cat: PMAWS 015. Rel: 06 Dec 18
  1. Humans (4:14)
  2. XIX (4:43)
  3. Detached (4:38)
  4. Dope (5:30)
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Ar Kid (12")
Cat: PMAWS 012. Rel: 12 Oct 17
  1. Ar Kid (feat Slowie) (4:37)
  2. Ships (feat Kwam) (3:26)
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PPCS002 (hand-numbered 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: PPCS 002. Rel: 13 Oct 15
  1. Pondering (feat Beezy) (4:29)
  2. Shadows (4:54)
Review: Following their debut with Hi5Ghost, Paper Cranes returns with another highly limited double-up from Bristol-based Lamont. Beezy takes the lead on "Pondering", adding a wry sarcasm and wit over Lamont's spacious 30th century garage lickage. "Shadows" lives on the B: a creeped out broken beat gem that's part tribal, part proto-dubstep, part UK garage and part tech, it's a cavernous calling card for the most passionate of cellar dwellers. Only 300 copies pressed, no represses!
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Titanic (12")
Cat: PMAWS 009. Rel: 21 Jul 16
  1. Titanic (5:50)
  2. Eyes Closed (4:09)
Review: The latest stop on Lamont's concurrent ascendency in the world of leftfield bass prodigies is none other than 81 UK. Here the label enables him to deliver a searing two-track reminder of why he's boss in bass. "Titanic" is an apocalyptically doom-ridden ghetto joint, all sparse beats and creep FX. "Eyes Closed" on the other hand, is an intense sonic melodrama set to some seriously serpentine trap rhythms and taut orchestral flourishes.
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Glasz EP (12")
Cat: UIQ 005. Rel: 25 Jul 16
  1. All That Is Solid Melts Into Air (2:29)
  2. Remainder I (4:28)
  3. Glasz (5:42)
  4. Phaze (S_h_i_f_t) (3:08)
  5. Virtual Bodies (3:19)
Review: Glasgow's Lanark Artefax has been working at electronic music's fringes for some time, showcasing his peculiar brand of broken machine music via a number of self-released, digital-only EPs. The Glasz EP marks his first outing on wax, with Lee Gamble's UIQ offering a fitting home for his experimental, left-of-centre productions. Built around sparse but heavy electro rhythms and Autechre style beat manipulation - with a nod or two to the mutant R&B swing of local boys Rustie and Hudson Mohawke - each of the EP's five tracks pops and spits impressively. Yet despite the off-kilter, experimental nature of the drums, there's plenty of melodic beauty to be found throughout.
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Cat: IH 002. Rel: 14 Nov 12
  1. Let You In The Sky
  2. Help Myself
  3. Help Myself (Anthony Shakir remix)
  4. Let You In The Sky (Grown Folk remix)
Review: One of the best things about contemporary bass music is the scene's willingness to draw on a wide variety of influences. This is perfectly illustrated by this EP from Lando Kal. "Let You In The Sky" and "Help Myself" are both warm and fluid, sitting somewhere between deep house, revivalist US garage and the scattergun flex of classic UKG. The remixes, though, are truly inspirational. Best of all is the rub of "Help Myself" by techno legend Anthony Shakir, whose robust version is a head-cracking mix of nasty bass and sweaty percussion. The remix of the title track from Grown Folk - analogue techno with deep house melodies - is almost as good.
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Cat: HFT 021. Rel: 03 Apr 12
  1. Rhythm Sektion
  2. Inquisition
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Further (12")
Cat: HFT 015. Rel: 10 May 11
  1. Further
  2. Time Out
Review: Lazer Sword don Lando Kal steps out for a solo endeavour on the always crucial Hot Flush imprint and it's a bit special. "Further" takes a US garage swing and twists it round a swathe of cavernous twilight hypnagogics coated in frosted atmospherics - ably assisted by the emotive twinge of the heavily diced titular vocal refrain. The distinctive melding of transatlantic references bodes well for future solo output from LK. Check the B Side for the more urgent juke throb of "Time Out", which swerves brilliantly through several different directions as it descends uneasily towards the run out groove. More please sir!
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Rhythm (12")
Cat: SSCWL 01. Rel: 12 Sep 11
  1. Rhythm (version)
  2. Opinwide
Played by: Far Out Recordings
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Montesa EP (12")
Cat: SNKR 04. Rel: 21 Feb 13
  1. Guzacid
  2. HL_Lm
  3. Super Mousse (Is On The Loose)
  4. Mc Aidsy Aids
  5. 315
Review: Since his arrival in the early 90s Scottish producer Neil Landstrumm has proved enduringly difficult to pin down, gracing labels as diverse in approach as Tresor, Peacefrog and Planet Mu with his blend of sci fi indebted electronics, and crazed rhythms. This five track Montessa EP for the infrequent but quality Sneaker Social Club manages to cram all Landstrumm's deranged musical genius into just five tracks and feels like you are dialling through pirate radio. Lead track "Guzacid" is little more than one long glorious jerk on a 303, whilst the Vibert doing Drexciya of "Hl_Lm" offers a moment of relative serenity before the superb dread vibes of "Super Mousse (Is On The Loose)". The real heat is however on the flip with both "Mc Aidsy Aids" and "315" ripping huge holes in the hardcore continuum.
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  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
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  1. Jessy Lanza, DJ Spinn & Taso - "You Never Show Your Love" (feat Carter Lang) (3:45)
  2. Jessy Lanza, DJ Spinn & Taso - "You Never Show Your Love" (instrumental) (3:43)
  3. Jessy Lanza, DJ Spinn & DJ Rashad - "You Never Show Your Love" (Teklife mix) (4:04)
  4. Jessy Lanza - "Fuck Diamond" (Bambounou remix) (7:05)
Review: Last seen lining the Freestyle antics of Morgan Geist's latest project The Galleria on the excellent Calling Card 12" on Environ, Jessy Lanza returns to Hyperdub for a record that pairs her up with the Teklife crew. A superb vocalist, Lanza excels when matched with the rolling snares, crisp kicks and thick bass provided by DJ Spinn and Taso resulting in "You Never Show Your Love" sounding every bit like a modern R&B classic. It's accompanied by a Teklife remix which retains the mood whilst adding some Footwork flex into the mixer (the late DJ Rashad was involved in the production of this too). To close out the record, Hyperdub have slipped in Bambounou's excellent drum heavy remix of Lanza's "F*ck Diamond" which originally featured on one of the label's anniversary compilations last year.
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Cat: PICT 006R. Rel: 16 Oct 14
  1. Time Spike Jamz
  2. Quick Kiss
  3. Cousin If
  4. There Are Monsters In This Bed
  5. Sister Pick
  6. Time, Patience, Everything
Review: Brainfeeder regular Lapalux first came to light with the Many Faces Out Of Focus cassette release back in 2011. Now London label Pictures Music have decided to issue forth a vinyl edition to shed fresh light on the early productions, and with good reason. The style will be familiar territory for fans of Lapalux's dreamy constructions, with "Time Spike Jamz" and "Quick Kiss" in particular swirling in a reverie of blissful melodies played out by sumptuous piano, vocal and pads shredded into off-kilter downtempo grooves. There's a whisper of early mount Kimbie about the likes of "Sister Pick" with its dismembered RnB flow, but it's all shot through with that West coast flavour that would go on to shoot the British producer on to a global platform.
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Jungle Kitchen (limited 12" )
Cat: BLACKLIST 002LTD. Rel: 27 Oct 15
  1. Jungle Kitchen (5:07)
  2. Pocosink (4:43)
  3. Pocosink (Commodo remix) (2:41)
Review: Strictly vinyl, strictly limited, strictly distinctive: Las continues his consistent vein of form with two startlingly fresh originals. "Jungle Kitchen" runs with such a sweet swinging groove its more funk than it is dubstep. "Pocosink" meanwhile sits somewhere between early 00s Zed Bias and Zinc's Jammin alter ego. Skippy, switchy and super-charged with a UKG bassline, it's an instant party. For added trippiness jump on Commodo's more spacious, star-gazing halftime treatment.
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Cat: BLACKLIST 002. Rel: 27 Oct 15
  1. Jungle Kitchen (5:12)
  2. Pocosink (3:48)
  3. Pocosink (Commodo remix) (2:43)
Played by: Etch
out of stock $9.85
Cat: IMRV 008. Rel: 28 Jan 14
  1. LAS & Mikael - "Dem Break"
  2. LAS - "Need Fire"
  3. Mikael - "Drain"
Review: One collaboration, two solo pieces, three examples of Innamind's continuous dedication to the endless vaults of deep bass creativity: this "Las x Mikael" EP is highly accomplished. "Dem Break" is peppered with all manner of percussive devices and melodic counter-textures. Heady and hypnotic, it's clear both artists' styles complement each other. Las's "Need Fire" adopts a much heavier stance. Referencing the big drum swing and jazzy undertones of producers like Zed Bias, it's an instant whisk back to the early 2000s when garage was busily giving birth to the ten stone baby that is dubstep. Mikael completes this excellent package with the demonstratively damaging "Drain". A walloping halfstepper with groaning, gurgling bass and paranoid sheet-metal pads, it's a one-way ticket to the darkside... And you'll never want to leave.
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Harca (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: COYWHT 002. Rel: 01 Apr 15
  1. Harca (4:12)
  2. Harca (Tom E Vercetti remix) (5:05)
  3. Harca (Forever Forever remix) (4:54)
Review: Maximum respect to the Coyote crew who grant Last Japan's crucial "Harca" the vinyl release it deserves and back it up with some stellar remixes from Tom E Vercetti and Forever Forever. "Harca" of course originates from Marco Giuliani's sublime Ride with Us mixtape for Circadian Rhythms and was a stand out cut, a glistening ride through grime envisaged in the futuristic world of Ridley Scott's Bladerunner. For the remixes, Coyote's latest recruit Tom E Vercetti pulls the track in a most beautiful, weightless direction whilst Cult Music man Forever Forever does Zomby proud with a killer atmospheric steppers refix.
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out of stock $8.25
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