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Bytecon (remixes)
Cat: SATRX 005. Rel: 17 Oct 06
  1. DJ Quest - "Bytecon" (T-Wrex remix)
  2. 30Hz - "Bytecon" (T-Wrex remix)
Review: Remixes by 30Hz & DJ Quest. "Robots Ready From Mars" is tackled by Quest who gives the track a heavier, clubby breakbeat mix. Fits nicely next to tracks from the likes of The Stanton Warriors or Tayo.
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Howweryuu (B-STOCK)
Cat: RESEARCH 001 (B-STOCK). Rel: 12 Oct 20
  1. Howweryuu
  2. Apexxx North
  3. Collection Of Noises
  4. Extra Processing
  5. Loosen The Moorings
Review: ***B-STOCK: Record has very light surface marks/smudges, but otherwise in perfect working order***


After some great ones by Desert Sound Colony and label co-heads Alec Falconer and Tiago Walter, Ba Dum Tish are back with another curious release by the enigmatic Active Research. It's the sound of the '90s underground on the A side, with the dark drum & bass epic 'Howweryuu' and its Optical / Alex Reece influence, followed by the UK electronica throwback sounds on 'Apexxx North'. On the flip, things take a more abstract turn on the deep and dystopian electro bass journey "Collection Of Noises" followed by the sublime ambient bliss of "Loosen The Moorings".
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Howweryuu
Howweryuu (12")
Cat: RESEARCH 001. Rel: 12 Oct 20
  1. Howweryuu (6:06)
  2. Apexxx North (6:14)
  3. Collection Of Noises (6:40)
  4. Extra Processing (3:05)
  5. Loosen The Moorings (3:29)
Review: After some great ones by Desert Sound Colony and label co-heads Alec Falconer and Tiago Walter, Ba Dum Tish are back with another curious release by the enigmatic Active Research. It's the sound of the '90s underground on the A side, with the dark drum & bass epic 'Howweryuu' and its Optical / Alex Reece influence, followed by the UK electronica throwback sounds on 'Apexxx North'. On the flip, things take a more abstract turn on the deep and dystopian electro bass journey "Collection Of Noises" followed by the sublime ambient bliss of "Loosen The Moorings".
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Gargoyle Records: Aliens On Acid
AGT
Cat: AGTE 01. Rel: 07 Dec 20
  1. Alienage - "Mindreader" (4:30)
  2. The Madd Scientist - "Funky Dreamz" (6:38)
  3. DJ Who - "Shitty Samples On Acid (On The Rocks)" (5:37)
  4. WhoDonIt - "House Rhythm" (4:59)
Review: Destination Baltimore 1995, Alienage (AKA Tony Pegas and Don Corrieri) indulged in a little lysergic and sonic experimentation. The results were a series of seriously heady club bangers released on Gargoyle and they still sound fat as hell 25 years later. This latest reissue sees Alienage take the lead with necksnap electro breaks, a sultry vox and buckets of sub before Pegas goes solo with his Madd Scientist alias on the b-boy style 'Funky Dreamz'. Flip for two from Who: the slamming TCR-style breaks of 'Shitty Samples On Acid' and an earlier 90s-style, heavily layered, slightly proggy jam 'House Rhythm'. Keep watching the skies.
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Burnt EP
Burnt EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AHR 012. Rel: 26 Oct 20
  1. Burnt
  2. Arnda E
  3. Duck Tape
  4. Empting
  5. Duck Tape (Goddard remix)
Review: Alps 2 come to Ad Hoc with a sound that will get a whole lot of listeners feeling misty eyed for good times in well-stocked festival tents. There are unmistakable whiffs of Floating Points and Four Tet in the likes of 'Burnt', which positively emit vitamin D vibes out of the speakers, so infectious is the summery mood contained within those luscious synths. 'Arnda E' has a deeper, knottier quality but it's still a resolutely sweet track, while 'Duck Tape' heads into more fractured territory with a chopped up RnB vocal that calls back to the heyday of future garage. 'Empting' completes this effervescent EP with a more abstract piece that showcases the variety at this breakthrough producer's disposal.
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1 Thing Breaks
1 Thing Breaks (white vinyl 7" limited to 150 copies)
Cat: BBB 002WHITE. Rel: 18 Mar 20
  1. 1 Thing Breaks (instrumental Funk Breaks version) (3:57)
  2. Gotta Work The Funk Breaks (instrumental Breaks version) (3:14)
Review: Super limited colour wax issue with a 45 on a relatively new Stateside label that does what it says on the tin. Big drum breaks that work in their own right in instrumental form for these two massive dancefloor funk breaks soul classics with the debut release for both tracks in a single 7" vinyl format (albeit here in a small run on white wax). Heavy on the drums, heavy on the brass with driving instrumentation to take your dancefloor to B-Boy moves heaven.
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Pt II: Hope I Experience It EP
Cat: GST 023. Rel: 26 Jan 21
  1. It (5:31)
  2. Never (5:02)
  3. I (part 2) (6:31)
  4. Experience (5:19)
  5. Eftirsja (2:40)
Review: Estonian label Gestalt continues its good work here with a new offering from Bobo, which starts off his two part series following a stellar debut release on Manchester label Jerk It last year. This is melodic, rich electro filled with musicality that glistens and gleans on the rather haunting opener. 'Never' then marries a tech house hi hat with nice broken beats and deep pads for pensive dancing and 'Experience' gets more unhinged in a world of broken mirrors and darkened bass. 'Eftirsja' is an elegant ambient closer to leave you feeling cleansed.
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Various EP (Part 2)
Various EP (Part 2) (140 gram vinyl 12" + sticker & insert)
Cat: WSR VA2. Rel: 16 Mar 20
  1. Box 5ive - "Silicate" (6:39)
  2. Keppel - "Taken For Granted" (6:38)
  3. Henry Greenleaf - "Snide" (4:59)
  4. Formant Value - "Polycausa" (7:03)
Review: Well Street keep up the heat as one of the most inventive labels operating in the liminal space between techno, dub and rhythmic mysticism. These various artist releases are also a perfect introduction to some essential new talent, and that's clear from the off with the snaking, echo chamber pressure of Box 5ive. Keppel's "Taken For Granted" is a distinctive slice of crooked 21st century soul that sports a whiff of early Kimbie / Blake in the vocals and overall attitude. Henry Greenleaf's "Snide" is a taut drum track that teases as much as it delivers, and Formant Value trips out into a meditative soundscape of pattering percussion and spacious atmospherics.
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Halloween EP
Halloween EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: GRFF 003. Rel: 24 Jun 20
  1. Breakund (6:22)
  2. Intentos Fallidos (6:10)
  3. Buildin (6:08)
  4. Jack O'Lantern (5:55)
Review: When Braik made his debut earlier this year with an EP of retro-futurist breakbeat/tech-house/techno fusions, it was released on the most unlikely of formats: a CD-ROM. We suspect he'll get more praise and plays for this follow-up, which marks his first appearance on wax. There's much to enjoy throughout, from the chiming, acid-flecked deep breaks shuffle of opener "Breakund", to the funky acid bass, psychedelic electronics, creepy melodies and snappy house beats of closer "Jack O'Lantern". Sandwiched in between you'll the bold synth-string stabs, squelchy alien bass and jacking drums of "Intentos Fallidos", as well as the funky, sharply defined 21st century electro shuffle of "Buildin".
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Ama De Sol EP
Ama De Sol EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CRAY 08. Rel: 02 Dec 19
  1. D'Funk - "Follow Me" (6:20)
  2. Adam Collins & Mark Ambrose - "Modern Moule" (6:45)
  3. D'Funk - "Break For Jungle" (6:01)
  4. Mark Ambrose - "Machine Man" (5:58)
Review: Crayon take another trip into the realm of deep house with this split 12" from a range of talented individuals. D'Funk takes a little lick from Roy Ayers on "Follow Me" and frames the sample in spooky keys carried along by a sturdy four-to-the-floor thump. Adam Collins and Mark Ambrose get a bit freakier on "Modern Moule", using all kinds of oddball sounds to whip up a decidedly off-kilter mood. D'Funk's "Break For Jungle" takes a few cues from the hardcore continuum, and places them in the context of an uptempo house workout, and then Mark Ambrose completes the set with the amped up old-skool techno energy of "Machine Man".
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Played by: CHIRAYA, Vincent Inc, S-File
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Nightcrawler EP
Cat: ITWS 001. Rel: 11 Sep 20
  1. 13 (7:12)
  2. You Do Funk (7:30)
  3. Nightcrawler (7:25)
  4. Jukebox (7:33)
Review: Next to come up out of the ever mysterious Wizard's Sleeve is electronaut DOT13. His opener '13' is a kicking and futuristic electro cut with a serenity and soothingness that is beautifully disarming. Things get more rickety on the stuttering drum programming of 'You Do Funk', which is also detailed with some lovely water droplets and groaning bass. There's more than a hint of astral disco to the popping beats and kaleidoscopic colours of 'Nightcrawler' and things end on the cosmic fairground ride that is 'Jukebox.' There is real freshness to be found in this one.
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Sunset (Bird Of Prey) (20th Anniversary Edition) (Record Store Day 2020)
Cat: 405053 8564815. Rel: 02 Oct 20
  1. Sunset (Bird Of Prey) (6:53)
  2. (Bird Of Prey) (Horse Meat Disco Clouds In The Sky remix) (5:35)
Review: Record Store Day 2020 keeps on serving up the goods. Next in the spotlight is the iconic 'Sunset (Bird of Prey)' single taken from Fatboy Slim's 2000 album Halfway Between the Gutter and the Stars. Famously, it samples Jim Morrison's vocal from the Doors song 'Bird of Prey', placing it amongst swirling ambiance and loft synths, while nailing a rugged and broken beat below. On the flip, London's favourite party DJs Horse Meat Disco serve up a Clouds In The Sky remix that has serrated synth lines and jacking drums.
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Toxic Funk Vol 2
Cat: BBP 178. Rel: 07 May 20
  1. Sitting On The Bay Banger (4:17)
  2. Fire Cracker (3:33)
Review: Last year Breakbeat Paradise inaugurated the Toxic Funk series of mash-ups, reworks and party-starting sample jams via a tidy seven-inch single from BadboE and Tom Showtime. Here the series returns with a similarly fiery "45" from Edinburgh-based DJ/producer Gramophone Soul. On side A he smashes together elements from soul classic "Sittin' On The Dock Of The Bay", Beastie Boys raps and bombastic, loose-limbed breakbeats. The results are as effective as you'd expect (IE it sounds like a bona fide party-starter). Turn to the flip for "Fire Cracker", a tooled-up, stomping soul affair that stays closer to its soulful source material whilst also re-framing it a little for contemporary dancefloors.
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Funk Originals
  1. Grand Slam - "Get On Down" (4:10)
  2. Grand Mothers Funck - "The Dog" (Throw Me A Bone mix) (3:16)
  3. Nasa Funk - "Stand Up" (3:36)
  4. A Man About A Dog - "Pollos" (3:23)
Review: Perennial party boosters, Breakbeat Paradise dive into spring with a fire quartet of modern funk. With bands repping across Europe, it's a global groove affair as longstanding German funkateers buss up big boogie hooks on "Get On Down", Swiss soulboys Grand Mothers Funck up the tempo with the sweaty floor-focussed groove of "The Dog" and Nasa Funk fly the p-funk flag so hard and proud they need a new pole. UK's A Man About A Dog rips up the finale with a scratched-out Latin heater. Original.
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Played by: TOSSES, TURNTILL
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Midnight Sounds
Midnight Sounds (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: KOTW 001. Rel: 31 Oct 16
  1. Ravejavik (8:30)
  2. Downton Abbey Trax (4:17)
  3. Hidden Agenda (6:17)
  4. Matrix Wave (4:44)
Review: Alan Arbelaez makes his first outing on vinyl, launching the Keepers Of The Wild label with a forthright selection of rave minded goodies pitched at the darker side of the dance. "Ravejavik" revolves around terse breakbeats and uneasy DX7 keys, making for a most intense of club workouts pitched at an even tempo. "Downton Abbey Trax" equally keeps the tempo slow and deadly as a hailstorm of rave tropes meet with emotive string samples, while "Hidden Agenda" explores paranoid house with pan pipe leads flown in over the top. The release rounds off with "Matrix Wave", a more meditative, dubstep flavoured cut showing another side to this emergent artist.
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Played by: Kid Who, Caldera
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Dog Swamp
Dog Swamp (12")
Cat: VV 002. Rel: 22 Aug 18
  1. LL (5:54)
  2. Dog Swamp (5:01)
  3. Exe (4:52)
Review: More oddball grooves from Down Under, courtesy of new Aussie imprint Vulcan Venti - which follows up a great debut by Tambo's House earlier in the year. The Melbournians present Perth's Hamish Rahm aka Hame DJ, whose Dog Swamp EP features three tracks carefully constructed for the discerning disc jockey. Enjoy the throwback sounds of '90s rave on "LL", the frantic yet rather evocative electro bass of the title track and "Exe" which goes for that classic West Yorkshire techno sound of yesteryear.
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Y
Y (12")
Cat: STS 36412. Rel: 08 Nov 19
  1. U (7:15)
  2. Cs (6:45)
  3. I (6:42)
  4. Sr (9:23)
Review: Since debuting in 2015, Yoshinori Hayashi has peddled his wares on a variety of labels, Jheri Tracks, Disco Halal and and Smalltown Supersound included. Here he returns to the latter label with a pleasingly heavy four-tracker. Opener "U" is an intergalactic electro workout laden with nasty, deep bass and glacial electronics, while "Cs" is a wonderfully lo-fi take on acid house that jacks harder than DJ Pierre after 24 cans of Red Bull. Over on the flip he layers ghostly vocal snippets, alien chords and rich bass over another jacking drum track on "I", before dropping some filthy analogue techno science on the sparse, spaced-out pulse of "Sr".
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Mudmiva
Mudmiva (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TABR 046. Rel: 07 May 19
  1. Tea & Sympathy (7:50)
  2. Dirty Hardwood (Vox) (7:13)
  3. Inhabitable Earth Analog (7:50)
  4. Tamar 1160 (Mix1) (7:03)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Following on from his killer album on Organic Anaolgue, HVL presents an EP for movers, with work that draws together a refreshing variety of styles on an upbeat selection.




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JV Sports EP
Cat: THEBRICKS 007. Rel: 07 Jan 21
  1. JV Sports (6:17)
  2. Reality Grid (6:03)
  3. The Last Arpy (5:47)
  4. The Last Arpy (Alec Falconer Madge E mix) (6:02)
Review: Anna Wall's The Bricks label continues to be a fine outlet for contemporary house, techno and breaks with this new missive from Inner Zone. It's his debut on the label and is a dreamy and nostalgic EP that looks back to a post-rave era and reimagines the beats of the day through a modern lens. Opener 'JV Sports' is pure Orbital bliss, 'Reality Grid' is a deeper and more introspective take, with crunchy beats and warped bass and then 'The Last Arpy' again takes off for another dimension with its far sighted chords and sleek hi hats. An Alec Falconer Madge E mix closes out with real drive and cosmic insight.
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Body Movement 002
Body Movement 002 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BMVMT 002. Rel: 13 Jul 20
  1. Robert James & Jack Michael - "B2A"
  2. Lvca & Sidd - "Chroma"
  3. Frazer Campbell - "One Armed Bandit"
  4. North Phase - "Zone 1"
Review: Robert James already made a splash with releases on Hot Creations and Viva Music before launching Body Movement last year. Now he's back on his own label with a various artists 12" that widens the scope of the project, leading in with a collaboration from the man himself and Jack Michael - the dynamic and twisting electro funk of "B2A". Lvca & Sidd take body-popping machine music in a more minimal direction with the sleek "Chroma", while Frazer Campbell kicks off the B side with the uptempo pulse of "One Armed Bandit". North Phase flips the script with some dynamic, electronica-infused garage styles on the system-ready "Zone 1".




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Plastic Dreams (Nicole Moudaber remixes) (B-STOCK)
Cat: REN 250005V (B-STOCK). Rel: 23 Jan 20
  1. Plastic Dreams (Nicole Moudaber Renaissance remix)
  2. Plastic Dreams (Nicole Moudaber Passion Runs Deep remix)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Creasing to corner of outer sleeve but otherwise in excellent condition***


Jaydee's Plastic Dreams is a stone cold classic of the dance music canon. It's a timeless, hard to define track with a real sense of darkness that also gets the club pumping. These days, Nicole Moudaber serves up similar styles, so is a wise choice to remix it. She does so for the legendary Renaissance label here, not once but twice. The original is a subtle variation that layers in a little modern bass weight and a somewhat tribal feel, while he second offering is a little more brave, with a broken beat and deep techno feel that still comes with the original's haunting synths.
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This Is A Story
  1. Jeff The Fool & Wilt - "All I Need" (6:02)
  2. Botwin - "Agostic" (6:07)
  3. Solar Sound System - "B16P15" (4:33)
  4. Nairless - "Blind Resistance" (6:11)
Review: Chat Noir is the official imprint of Paris' Chat Noir Distribution, and will be dedicated to all shades of house music. Their inaugural release "This Is A Story" features Jeff The Fool AKA Antoine Bermann, who has been polishing his house music skills for five years now - and it's paid off! His contribution with The Chaud Records partner Wilt is entitled "All I Need" and it rules the A side. This is exactly the kind of emotive and swing-fuelled deep house that we just adore - think E-Wax or Quality Vibe. On the flip we have some good ol' fashioned liquid drum 'n' bass in the spirit of legends like LTJ Bukem and Alex Reece on the roller "B16P15" by Solar Sound System (Aymeric) and closing it out with yet more diverse sounds is the acidified electro journey "Blind Resistance" by local head Nairless (Flying Structures).
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How Do You Like Me Now?
Cat: EES 014. Rel: 27 Apr 15
  1. Classic Version (6:51)
  2. How Do You Like Me Now? (7:02)
  3. Shazquatch (6:18)
  4. Wave Men (5:38)
Review: Strange happenings are going on down at Scrutton Street, EC1. With release after release cementing the names of those based or working out of the studio bunker, a desire for pushing the boundaries of electronic music is primary with little concern for what's hip. So if anyone can Tim can and here with his newly birthed pseudonym comes Junior Fairplay. With a one-sided release and remix to his name on Crimes Of The Future a glimpse has been offered of what's in store, but How Do You Like Me Now? gives it straight. Pioneering and back to the British techno of early Black Dog, Reload, Stasis and of course, the seminal "Selected Works" clearly inspires, but so too does one of those musical moments where genres clash, tear and stretch as something new is being born. It all starts with the uplifting House anthem of Classic Version, eschewing the oft-tasted horror stylings and aims direct for that 4am MDMA airfild rush, before the EP drops, locks and spins on it's axis, with 3 pure breaks cuts to overload the senses and say, now is the time! A voyage to another side to the mythical lost chord via a moment in time where open filds, abandoned warehouses, the kick of 4/4 house, hip hop breaks and the dub of sound system culture merged but for a short while. Not house, not rave or jungle. A proto sound born of blood, sweat and Rage.
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Faxes From The Future (feat Roy Of The Ravers remix)
  1. End Of Love (5:25)
  2. End Of Love (Roy Of The Ravers remix 1) (6:43)
  3. The Shazsquatch Goes Back Into The Woods (4:49)
  4. Faxes From The Future (6:48)
Review: It's been a hot minute since Timothy J. Fairplay slipped on his Junior Fairplay guise, but he's done just that for this bleep-tastic new 12" on (Emotional) Especial. "End Of Love" is unabashed in its embrace of early Yorkshire techno tones, making a fine job of resurrecting the bleep spectre and letting it shake up the dance once more. Roy Of The Ravers is a smart choice of remixer, and he brings an off-kilter acid rub to the table in his idiosyncratic, braindance-inflected style. The B-side is equal laden with purposefully dusty dance grooves transplanted from the late 80s / early 90s, with "Faxes From The Future" hitting a particularly sharp point in its lazy breakbeat roll and the clanging harmonies of the stabs.
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Daydreaming EP
Daydreaming EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CMR 002. Rel: 18 Jan 21
  1. Dance System (5:09)
  2. The Dredwerkz (6:17)
  3. Daydreaming (5:27)
  4. End Theme (6:45)
Review: Moscow-based producer Marco Lazovic has scored a few significant releases over the past five years, landing on Lobster Theremin and appearing alongside Minimal Violence on a cassette release back in 2016. After Funkyjaws' opening missive, DJ Craft's Craft Music label has invited Lazovic to throw down his bold and brassy take on soundsystem dynamics in a modern context. This is mellow, melodic music with a hefty bottom end touching on red-lining electro and electronica in equal measure, slipping into ambient jungle territory here and there and overall creating a delightful trip for the mind, body and soul.
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BROT 03
BROT 03 (12")
Cat: BROT 03. Rel: 23 Oct 19
  1. Brot 9 (2:50)
  2. Brot 10 (5:37)
  3. Brot 11 (7:32)
  4. Brot 12 (6:37)
  5. Brot 13 (6:44)
Review: Last year we heard the first installment of the Brot trilogy by Reykjavik's Felix Leifur on Lagaffe Tales, which reflects the country's unforgiving, barren landscape. Now we come full circle with the final edition of the series, where Leifur continues to push the threshold of UK-influenced dance music. Featuring evocative liquid dnb steppers like "Brot 10" reminiscent of legends like LTJ Bukem and Alex Reece, electro style bass crossing over into classic junglist aesthetics on "Brot 11" and arguably best of all - the dark dystopian techstep of closer "Brot 13" which calls to mind the late '90s sound of London.
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Disengage EP
Cat: WNCL 039. Rel: 19 Jan 21
  1. Neutronics (5:49)
  2. Come Wid It (6:14)
  3. Disengage (5:44)
  4. Iron Fist (4:54)
Review: Now here's a treaty we can all sign: following cuts on the likes of E-Beamz, Warehouse Rave, Hooversound and his own co-owned Club Glow, Mani Festo comes crashing down in West Norwood with four more incendiary slap-downs. Raw diesel powered breaks with every rave echo you could ask for. 'Neutronics' hits with a cold slice of electro in the synth department, 'Come Wid It' hits with that stripped back technoid sound Bassbin Twins were so good at back in the day, 'Disengage' is all about the drum edits and that metallic, futuristic Botchit style while 'Iron Fist' closes the EP with a drum funk KO punch that's so hard you'll forget all about lockdown.
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Dartford Crossing EP
Cat: ORBLDN 004. Rel: 04 Sep 20
  1. Jack Michael - "Holding It Down" (5:59)
  2. Jack Michael - "Holding It Down" (Alec Over The Bridge mix) (5:59)
  3. Alec Falconer - "40oz" (5:57)
  4. Alec Falconer - "40oz" (Jack Through The Tunnel mix) (6:52)
Review: On one of his previous EPs on the Orbital London label he inaugurated, Jack Michael has shared headline billing with Harry Wills. He's decided to repeat the exercise, though this time fellow rising star Alex Falconer is the other artist involved. Each offers up an original production and a remix of the other producer's track. Michael's A-side opener "Holding Down" is an inventive, funky and hugely addictive fusion of hardcore-era breakbeats, cut-up vocal samples and raw, razor-sharp acid lines, while Falconer's accompanying remix brilliantly re-wires the track as a chunk of warped, bass-heavy, mutant two-step garage. Falconer's own "40oz" tiptoes the fine line between two-step and sub-heavy hardcore revivalism, while Michael's revision is a rave-igniting old school delight.
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The General Public
The General Public (12" + sticker)
Cat: KID 004. Rel: 04 Nov 20
  1. Shegz (4:40)
  2. The General Public (5:33)
  3. Unemployed (4:54)
  4. Shottaz (6:25)
Review: London-based childsplay present the debut EP by rising Aberdeen-based producer and DJ mod-r who heads up the Meld label - a collective, club night and podcast. The General Public is a four track exploration of the emotional state of today's youth. From the Midwest ghettotech/booty bass influence merging with breaks on 'Shegz', to some proper mid '90s junglist flavour on the brooding title track - it's tough enough on the A side. Flip over and you've got the breakneck acid rave journey 'Unemployed' followed by the introspective electro vibe of 'Shottaz' closing out this promising debut effort.
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Time Horizon 3
Time Horizon 3 (hand-numbered clear vinyl 12" limited to 250 copies)
Cat: XTIME 003. Rel: 14 Feb 20
  1. Modes - "FB2THSN" (4:20)
  2. Train To Eltanin - "Amino Acid Side Chains" (4:44)
  3. DJ Plant Texture - "Yeah Boy" (4:46)
  4. Nothus - "Konnor 3012" (5:30)
  5. Marco Segato - "Pirate Utopias" (live) (4:37)
  6. Soreab - "AVP" (4:24)
Review: The XCPT Music label continues to establish itself as a go-to outlet for those who like freaky late night sounds. Like previous instalments of the Time Dance series, this various artists affair is a wild collisions of creative styles. There's the restless and kinetic techno malfunctions of "FB2THSN", deep drum patterns of "Amino Acid Side Chains" and footwork made of DJ Plant Texture's "Yeah Boy" on the first side alone. The flip goes hard and dark with the industrial bass of "Konnor 3012", frenzied electro of "Pirate Utopias" and dystopian sound-scaping that is "AVP" .
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Hip Hop Band
Hip Hop Band (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: HR 7S171. Rel: 21 Sep 20
  1. Hip Hop Band (feat Boo) (5:14)
  2. Hip Hop Band (instrumental) (5:15)
Review: Japanese heavyweights HHV continue their ongoing trawl through the back catalogue of long-serving hip-hop producer, DJ, record collector and self-styled King of Diggin', Muro. Here they present the second part of the dusty-fingered hero's turn-of-the-millennium Pan Rhythm series of 12" singles, this time presenting it on a tidy seven inch single. 'Hip-Hop Band' is a weighty, floor friendly, horn-heavy re-make of the Stetsasonic song of the same name, with local mic man Boo delivering tweaked versions of the U.S crew's verses in his native Japanese. While jazzy, the bombastic backing track - which can be heard in full on the flipside instrumental version - is forthright and club-ready, making the single a must-have for working hip-hop DJs and those who love the more up-tempo end of the rap spectrum.
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PSCO
PSCO (12" promo)
Cat: UKSEX0206. Rel: 19 Sep 06
  1. PSCO
  2. You Are Me
Review: With two critically acclaimed albums to his name, Omid 16B is in the midst of creating a third! And whilst we await fulfillment through its fruits, here are two new prized productions providing a sweet taster of his forthcoming project. Omid's 'Psco' is an atmospheric, breaks driven beauty that seems to create its own impetus, soaring, swirling and dipping as freely as a bird in flight. An immense masterpiece sculpted from a sophisticated range of syncopated rhythms, it is saturated with the moody melodies and fierce 'Squelch Factor' of pulsating synthesisers, hypnotic key patterns and deep, growling sub-bass. With a subtle but captivating Giorgio Moroder/Midnight Express flavour, 'Psco' sounds like a fresh, electrifying soundtrack to a movie that is moving clubland. 'You Are Me', meanwhile, is a classic 16B production. A radiant metamorphosis of electronic funk, its inspired drum programming, sweeping synth patterns, crisp hi-hats and driving percussion all pave the way for a solid, uplifting 4/4 groove that is second to none. The breakdown is heavenly, honing in on cascading colours, piano melodies and infectious rhythms as the bubbling analogue-sounding bassline is dropped. Twisted, tweaked and filtered to perfection, the arrangement is achingly beautiful, its drama addictive. 100% pure16B productions, these tracks are guaranteed to move the crowds, play them loud!
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Life Signs EP
Cat: CHURCHM 006. Rel: 19 Sep 19
  1. Life Signs (Roll mix) (6:15)
  2. You Must Not Be Me (6:42)
  3. Life Signs (Bleep mix) (7:14)
  4. Recollection (4:06)
Review: Valencia's Pepe has built up quite a discography over the last few years, with this fine outing on Church following similarly impressive releases for Let's Play House, Lobster Theremin, Loose Fit and Sprung. The EP's impressive title track is available in two variations: the sparkling, breakbeat powered "Roll Mix" - think hip-house style drums, weighty dub bass and occasional dreamy chords - and a "Bleep Mix" that beefs up the sub-bass while adding some suitably sparse, computer game style electronic melodies. Another clear highlight is "You Must Not Be Me", a fine combination of rush-inducing, sunrise-ready electronics and bustling breaks, while closing cut "Recollection" is a rather lovely drift into opaque ambient territory.
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Motions EP
Motions EP (12")
Cat: ECR 008. Rel: 18 Jan 21
  1. Motions (6:20)
  2. Sex Drive (7:19)
  3. Hibiscus (6:18)
  4. Motions (PMA remix) (6:17)
Review: This marks a first ever solo EP for Canberra based producer and DJ Point Guard, who has previously landed on Pure Space. He opens up with the majestically speed out sounds of 'Motions' which is awash with lovely chords and far-gazing pads. 'Sex Drive' comes back down to earth with hulking great kick and a steamy, libidinous atmosphere that draws you in deep and 'Hibiscus' then goes for an all out march on a rubbery bassline and popping hits. Sydney native PMA remixes 'Motions' to round out a fresh EP with a sense of menace.
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Toxic Funk Vol 3
Cat: BBP 182. Rel: 24 Sep 20
  1. Beastie Lifestyle (4:34)
  2. Without Funk (4:28)
Review: More Toxic Funk flavours from the Breakbeat Paradise crew, who've cannily snapped up a couple of killer collaborations from Prosper and Badboe. The experienced pair predictably goes in hard on A-side 'Beastie Lifestyle', where a classic Beastie Boys acapella is slapped down hard on a brand-new heavy funk-meets-breakbeat backing track that comes laden with mazy electric piano solos and fiery horns courtesy of Le Marabout. They change tack slightly on 'Without Funk', joining the dots between a handful of killer samples on a P-funk flavoured workout that's every bit as addictive and ear-pleasing as the duo's A-side banger.
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The Beginning
The Beginning (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: KNOE 1/3. Rel: 25 Feb 19
  1. A Tribute To A Gallop (6:38)
  2. Itty Bitty Pieces (6:40)
  3. Harry Runs Out (6:27)
  4. Swans & Elephants (6:41)
Review: Following on from the equally essential "The End Of" 12" released just recently on For Those That Knoe, Jaime Read is back in the spotlight with more cuts from his 1997 album "The End Of The Beginning". It makes sense then that this 12" is called "The Beginning", but the music is far from amateur material. This is elevated, evolved and exquisite deep house and techno that shows the depth and breadth the genres can reach when the machines are pushed into wild new territory. Just listen to the alien signals embedded in "Itty Bitty Pieces," a stunning electro workout that sounds unlike anything else. For any self-respecting fan of vintage UK house and techno, this release is unmissable.
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Artist EP Three
Cat: BB 003. Rel: 10 Jul 12
  1. We Love To Party
  2. The Greatest
Review: Finnish DJ crew Rollomatik break out on the Boogie Boutique imprint with a two track release that aims to represent the Arctic Circle fully in the nu funk/breakbeat scene. Formed of Hesh & Eaves, Rollomatik aim to rock the party and that much is evident on this cheeky 12" with "We Love To Party" deftly blending Will Smith with Chic amidst a melange of other recognisable samples. A similar approach runs through flipside jam "The Greatest" as Rollomatik lay down the vocal from an oft used Q-Tip solo joint over a heavily filtered take on Sister Sledge's most ubiquitous track.
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Modern Bliss
Modern Bliss (heavyweight vinyl double 12" + insert)
Cat: PE 011. Rel: 22 Apr 20
  1. Jungle In The City (6:36)
  2. Elevate (7:26)
  3. Modern Bliss (feat Ivy Barkakati) (5:35)
  4. Yo-Yo (5:25)
  5. That Track (Rewired mix) (5:53)
  6. Spiral (5:17)
  7. Total Eclipse (5:02)
  8. Eternal Lust (8:47)
  9. My Reality Cheque Bounced (feat DJ Zozi) (6:31)
Review: Over the last couple of years, Aussie Katie Campbell has delivered a string of well-regarded EPs and 12" singles steeped in retro-futurist flavours. Here she delivers here most expansive release to date, a double-pack that officially counts as the Roza Terenzi debut album. Her usual aural trademarks are all present - think deep bass, dreamy synths, fluttering electronic melodies, euphoric melodic motifs, breakbeats and bustling beats that are anything but conformist - alongside nods towards turn-of-the-90s techno, weighty electro rhythms and snappy, ghetto-house inspired workouts. It's undeniably a Roza Terenzi release, and there's enough variety - coupled with smart sequencing - to make it hang together as an album. Oh, and bass-heavy, Bleep-inspired closer "My Reality Cheque Bounced" is one of the best things Campbell has released to date.
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Life In The Clouds EP
Cat: HOTSHIT 036. Rel: 27 Feb 18
  1. Gotta Have It (Fresh 2 mix) (5:55)
  2. Datapes (5:35)
  3. Deluna (5:11)
  4. Ipnotica (6:59)
  5. 050315 A (2:30)
  6. Trax 11 (4:06)
Review: LC12 member and Pitch Down affiliate Rumore steps up to Hot Haus with a serious six track of bumping, unabashed timeless house bliss. Check the spread as we ride and glide from the grainy soul flutters of "Gotta Have It" to the dry slap jacks of "Datatapes" via the dreamy broken drum skips of "Deluna". And that's just the A-side. Flip for Detroitian hypnosis on "Ipnotica", sci-fi slap bass on "050315 A" before ending on a hop-skipping planet-jumping break vibe "Trax 11". All corners covered.
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Toxic Funk Vol 4
Cat: BBP 185. Rel: 14 Jan 21
  1. Dance To The Beat (3:13)
  2. Treacherous Love (3:07)
Review: DJ P and the Breakbeat Junkie have been working together as Second Hand Audio for well over a decade, though this contribution to the Toxic Funk series - the fourth in total, fact fans - marks their first joint appearance on Breakbeat Paradise. In keeping with the series' party-starting ethos, A-side 'Dance to the Beat' sees them cannily combine chunky funk breaks with old school hip-hop snippets, vintage soul vocal lifts and jangly instrumental samples from what sounds like a breezy cover version of the Jacksons' 'ABC' (but probably isn't). The smile-inducing fun continues on flipside jam 'Treacherous Love', a slower, hip-hop-tempo number that peppers a head-nodding beat and funk-rock guitars with vocals from an all-star rap number.
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Apache (reissue)
  1. Apache (4:56)
  2. Bongo Rock (2:38)
Review: Back in 2011, Shawn Lee recorded an album in tribute to the legendary Incredible Bongo Band - whose extra-percussive cuts and cover versions played a key role in the early development of hip-hop - under the name the Incredible Tabla Band. Here, two of the more sought-after cuts from the hard-to-find set appear on seven-inch for the first time. Lee's take on "Apache", in which Indian instrumentation, Hammond organ licks and a touch of psych-rock fuzziness are thrown into the mix with incendiary results - is a guaranteed dancefloor hit. That said, his "Tabla Rock" take on "Bongo Rock" is arguably even better, and certainly a little more revolutionary in terms of the sounds you hear. It's naturally rooted in bongo and tabla-powered funk, but attractively veers off script at key moments.
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ISS 005
ISS 005 (12")
Cat: ISS 005. Rel: 26 Jun 20
  1. IT Danza (4:51)
  2. Reefer Madness (4:13)
  3. Meal (4:20)
  4. Type Beat 3 (5:47)
  5. Zzodiac (5:22)
Review: Elegant Tap Dance Wobblers.
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ISS 004
ISS 004 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ISS 004. Rel: 15 Sep 20
  1. Juug (5:36)
  2. Slow Music (7:13)
  3. RZZ (6:45)
  4. Play Ha (4:52)
  5. Sphere In Total (3:54)
Review: Last year Skee Mask put the Ilian Skee Series on hold in order to release the brilliant "Compro" album on parent label Ilian Tape. Here he presents the second undeniably dancefloor-focused ISS EP of the year - a robust and forthright floor-tracker full of what the Munich-based composer calls "unstoppable fruity brain benders". It's certainly a vibrant collection of cuts capable of setting the pulse racing, with highlights including the mind-mangling analogue electro/techno/breakbeat fusion of opener "Juug", the deep two-step techno skip of "RZZ", and the IDM influenced shuffle of "Slow Music". Arguably best of all though is the teak-tough analogue electro wonkiness of "Play Ha".
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Thug Life
Thug Life (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: INFILTRATE 06. Rel: 08 Jan 21
  1. Trauma (5:26)
  2. Phobia (5:10)
  3. Thug Life (5:47)
  4. Conflict (4:43)
Review: Macedonian producer Stojche joins the Infiltrate stable for a bout of classy, moody electro with bags of personality hot on the heels of his Urban Chaos LP for Tangible Assets. 'Trauma' builds towards an emotive crescendo, while 'Phobia' twitches in a more dystopian framework that rushes at a formidable tempo. 'Thug Life' keeps things edgy with razor-sharp lead lines that shimmer and shudder around the hard-stepping beat. 'Conflict' rounds things out with a more melancholic mood shaped out by choice chords that drape themselves over the snap of the snare and rapid hats.
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Motief
Motief (marbled vinyl 10")
Cat: ROD 13. Rel: 18 Oct 19
  1. Stranger - "Motief" (5:49)
  2. Umwelt - "Shut Up & Dance" (5:51)
Review: There are no prizes for guessing the sort of music that defines Rave Or Die. Next up with some dynamite club tracks are Stranger and Umwelt, who take one side each of this new marbled 10". Stranger's "Motief" is a techno crescendo that builds on hard hitting techno drums. The urgent synths and increasingly brash hi hats work you into a manic state that is all consuming. Umwelt then gets even more abrasive with caustic synths and retro rave stabs, slapping metallic hits and pounding broken kick drums all forcing you to move on "Shut Up & Dance". This is truly arresting stuff once again from Rave Or Die.
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The Darkside
Cat: XCL 004. Rel: 04 Oct 06
  1. The Darkside
  2. He's Waiting
  3. The Darkside (Exzakt remix)
  4. The Darkside (Exzakt bonus beat)
Review: Exceleration Records returns after a 4 year pause but they are back with a very strong 12" that combines the powers of Supreme.ja and Exzakt. Supreme.ja is a German electro veteran that has been releasing hot tracks since 1997. "The Darkside" is a driving very tightly fit electro number with solid beats, moving bassline, and smooth melodies. Next comes, "He's Waiting", which is a brilliant combination of old school breaks/progressive electro and hard electro beats. On Side B Exzakt takes things over with two remixes of "The Darkside". Signature Exzakt sounds all over this with parts of the original fit in just right. Bonus beats is an entire different track in a sense so lots of options on this 12".
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Soy Piccolo
Cat: VEL 001. Rel: 14 Jul 20
  1. At Traction (3:31)
  2. Bang Tool (3:37)
  3. Calling You (4:37)
  4. Itchy & Scratchy (4:19)
  5. Take 2 (4:30)
  6. Kalimbo (5:20)
Review: Bean grinding business from Sydney newcomer Unpin on brand new label from the Velodrome collective. Six tracks deep, each cut as springy and tightly coiled as the last, the well-oiled funk of "At Traction" kicks us off before the acidic "Bang Tool" takes us into bumping ghetto territory, "Calling You" is the essence of rave over razor-sharp two-step and "Itchy & Scratchy" goes straight for your mind and mushes it up good and proper. Elsewhere "Take 2" is a wonderfully wonky slab of bluesy UKG and "Kalimbo" closes the show on a dreamy jungle tip. What a crucial debut.
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Neunachi EP
Neunachi EP (limited gold vinyl 12")
Cat: RWX 013G. Rel: 16 Nov 20
  1. Neunachi (13:14)
  2. Detrant (12:55)
Review: Following the skittering, syncopated arrangements and left-handed excursions of 'Aslohop' and 'Detrant' back in September, Ricardo returns to Rawax with two more broken rhythms. 'Neunachi' is a classic Villalobos wonky shuffer with off-grid kicks and a rainbow of wet, cavernous noises. Take away the demonic reverse vocals and you're in microhouse territory. 'Detrant' is a much more driven affair, up-tempo and thicker, electro kicks off-set by a far-away chant. Each cut going the full nine yards; if ever we've had time to truly lock in to Ricardo's famously enduring grooves, it's right now. Neun out of ten.
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Neunachi EP
Cat: RWX 013. Rel: 16 Nov 20
  1. Neunachi (13:10)
  2. Detrant (12:54)
Review: By now, we should know what to expect from Chilean minimalist Ricardo Villalobos, namely eccentric, off-kilter rhythms subtly influenced by his south American heritage, smooth but impactful bass, a smattering of weird electronic noises and mangled vocal samples pulled from the depths of an imagined K-hole. You get that in spades on 'Neunachi', the 13-minute lead cut from his latest Rawax double-header. It's classic Villalobos with a nightmarish twist - all backwards vocal samples, brain-melting rhythmic elements and subtle shifts of sonic emphasis. Flipside 'Detrant' is no less odd, though the skittish machine beats underpinning the collage of South American samples and wayward noises is pretty sturdy and straightforward. Of course, the track itself is anything but straightforward, but that's always been a big part of Villalobos's early morning allure.
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Take Me Up
Take Me Up (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIVID 03. Rel: 21 Sep 20
  1. Take Me Up (6:16)
  2. Heads Up (6:30)
  3. What I Need (6:02)
  4. Turn Out (6:00)
Review: We all taking up right about now and Yosh is the one to do it. Four crucial cuts flexing around the UKG/breaks axis, all heavily entrenched in the turn of the century breakbeat, dark garage melting pot. Classic vocal samples galore and really punchy drums, highlights include the classic "What I Need" and the pure kick drum militancy of on the title track "Take Me Up". Serious vibes for all ages and all floors.
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