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Straight Forward
Straight Forward (CD single)
Cat: 205502. Rel: 26 Mar 07
  1. Straight Forward
  2. Straight Forward (electric Indigo remix)
  3. Straight Forward (Bkr remix)
  4. Straight Forward (DJ Collage remix)
  5. Straight Forward (Erik Sumo rework)
Review: The new Blockwerk release, "Straight Forward", reflects an attitude of urban communication and networking. Blockwerk hooked up with DJ's from all over the world in order to present completely different, yet related styles on a four-track 12" vinyl and a five-track CD. "Straight Forward" features thoughtful vocals by KC on a thriving groove, followed by a genuine instrumental rework by DJ Erik Sumo (Pulver records), featuring a Russian children's poem presented by Maxim.
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out of stock $6.45
The Salmon Dance
The Salmon Dance (CD single)
EMI
Cat: CHEMSD 26. Rel: 11 Sep 07
  1. The Salmon Dance (edit)
  2. Electronic Battle Weapon 8
Review: "The Salmon Dance" is the second single from the new Chemical Brothers album "We Are The Night". It's the perfect messed-up nursery rhyme, with Fatlip of Pharcyde fame talking through the lifecycle of a salmon, all over an inebriated beat that is one of the quirkiest tracks that Tom and Ed have ever produced.
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out of stock $2.14
Thresholds
Thresholds (CD single)
Cat: ADN 65. Rel: 09 Sep 06
  1. Day One
  2. U(s)
  3. Fragments ( Don't Make A Whole)
  4. Melting Snow
Review: One hard step forward: "Thresholds", a prolongation of Detritus's second full length album (the acclaimed "Origin"), sees David Dando-Moore contract his beats and infusing his tracks with newly found, harder and drier sounds. Crystal-clear, melodic and dynamic, Detritus's sound widens again with "Thresholds", mixing ardour and melancholy as never before. "Thresholds" is a CD that Detritus had to write before being able to move on to new grounds. A prolongation of the acclaimed full-length "Origin", it dots the i on this artist's skills, and anticipate Detritus's changes in the future.
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out of stock $7.53
At The Bottom
At The Bottom (CD single)
Cat: VAL 3003-8. Rel: 29 Sep 06
  1. At The Bottom (Dropout radio edit)
  2. At The Bottom (Dropout club mix)
  3. At The Bottom (The Bottle In The Dirty J mix)
  4. At The Bottom (Inside Out mix)
Review: The next step from DJ Sakin. After the great Club Hits "For The Love Of A Princess (Braveheart 2006)" and "Rollin' Bones" presents DJ Sakin a new Bomb together with the producer-team Mason & Shepherd: 'At the Bottom' - the next big hit from DJ Sakin!
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out of stock $5.37
Champion Sound
Champion Sound (1st CD single)
Cat: SKINT 125CD. Rel: 04 Nov 06
  1. Champion Sound (The Fatboy Slim remix)
  2. The Rockafeller Skank (The Automatic remix)
Review: Second single from the massive selling 'Why Try Harder - The Greatest Hits', ahead of the Christmas album re-promotion.
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out of stock $3.22
Champion Sound
Champion Sound (2nd CD single)
Cat: SKINT 125CDX. Rel: 04 Nov 06
  1. Champion Sound (radio edit)
  2. Champion Sound (Switch mix)
  3. Champion Sound (Krafty Kuts mix)
  4. Champion Sound (M Factor remix)
  5. Champion Sound (Digital Dog remix)
  6. Champion Sound (acappella)
Review: Second single from the massive selling 'Why Try Harder - The Greatest Hits', ahead of the Christmas album re-promotion.
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out of stock $3.23
That Old Pair Of Jeans
Cat: SKINT 123CD. Rel: 22 Jun 06
  1. That Old Pair Of Jeans
  2. Praise You (Adrock & Mike D remix)
  3. Right Here Right Now (Redanka's 66 vocal)
  4. Right Here Right Now (Freemasons remix)
  5. That Old Pair Of Jeans (video)
Review: New single supporting Fatboy Slim's forthcoming greatest hits album and summer of high profile activity. "Classic Fatboy"-XFM. Brand new single from Fatboy Slim following the release of his massive greatest hits set 'Why Try Harder'. Radio One's Pete Tong has played it twice since the exclusive on his show on 28th April. Huge response from listeners to Zane Lowe's Radio One show also. Features major remixes of classic tracks including 'Praise You' (remixed by Adrock & Mike D from Beastie Boys), 'Right Here Right Now' (reworked by Redanka), 'Right Here Right Now' (remixed by Freemasons) and 'Everybody Needs A 303' (remixed by Plump DJs.) The video features juggler extraordinaire Chris Bliss interpreting the single through the medium of juggling.
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out of stock $3.23
That Old Pair Of Jeans
That Old Pair Of Jeans (6 track CD single promo)
Cat: SKINT 123CDP. Rel: 23 Aug 06
  1. That Old Pair Of Jeans (radio edit)
  2. Right Here Right Now (Redanka remix)
  3. Right Here Right Now (Freemasons remix)
  4. Praise You (Mike D & Adrock remix)
  5. Everybody Needs A 303 (Plump DJs remix)
  6. That Old Pair Of Jeans (album version)
Review: New single supporting Fatboy Slim's forthcoming greatest hits album and summer of high profile activity. "Classic Fatboy"-XFM. Brand new single from Fatboy Slim following the release of his massive greatest hits set 'Why Try Harder'. Radio One's Pete Tong has played it twice since the exclusive on his show on 28th April. Huge response from listeners to Zane Lowe's Radio One show also. Features major remixes of classic tracks including 'Praise You' (remixed by Adrock & Mike D from Beastie Boys), 'Right Here Right Now' (reworked by Redanka), 'Right Here Right Now' (remixed by Freemasons) and 'Everybody Needs A 303' (remixed by Plump DJs.) The video features juggler extraordinaire Chris Bliss interpreting the single through the medium of juggling.
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out of stock $5.37
Towards The Sun (remixes)
Towards The Sun (remixes) (6 track CD single)
Cat: FAULTCD 011. Rel: 23 Nov 06
  1. Towards The Sun (FFS radio mix)
  2. Towards The Sun (Evil Nine remix)
  3. Towards The Sun (R3volve remix)
  4. Towards The Sun (Hybrid remix)
  5. Towards The Sun (Paul Woolford remix)
  6. Towards The Sun (Chilled version)
Review: Second single 'Towards The Sun' off the critically acclaimed debut album 'Audio Damage'. the infamous Evil Nine, with an absolute scorcher of a mix. Made for the big rooms, it uses the vocal to devastating effect, and has been getting fantastic reactions from the very limited white labels that have been previously sent out. Next we have something quite special, the first remix for over 2 years from the mighty Hybrid. Anyone who knows barely anything about dance music know that Hybrid are one of the biggest names in the game, and it's quite a coup to get this exclusive mix, due to their respect for Glen FFS's production work. Full of incredible effects, strings, twists and turns, it is another slice of greatness from Hybrid. 3rd mix in the package comes from man of the moment, Mr Paul Woolford. Tongy favourite Paul delivers a classic sounding Woolford mix, with a fantastic groove and really nice crisp, clean effects that also makes good use of the vocal. A mix from newcomer R3volve. Mike 'R3volve' Christensen brings a fantastic uplifting melodic house workout, perfectly combining the vocal with his shiny production to deliver a proper hands in the air, highly enjoyable mix. Mike has previously put out some high profile bootlegs and won a BT remix competition that garnered him attention and plays from the likes of Sander Kleinenberg, James Zabiela and the ubiquitous Sasha & Digweed.
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out of stock $5.37
Jealous Girls
Jealous Girls (CD single)
Cat: BACK 20CSC1. Rel: 16 Jun 07
  1. Jealous Girls (radio edit)
  2. Jealous Girls (live version)
  3. Coal To Diamonds
  4. Jealous Girls (video)
Review: The 3rd single from the rather superb album. These remixes come courtesy of US electro god Tommie Sunshine and an exclusive from New Young Pony Club.
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out of stock $3.20
Work On You
Work On You (CD single)
Cat: MODCDS 34. Rel: 25 Oct 06
  1. Work On You (radio edit)
  2. Work On You (Para One remix)
  3. Community Revolution In Progress
  4. Work On You (album version)
  5. Work On You (video)
  6. The Making Of Work On You (video)
Review: "Work On You" is a peak-time electro anthem as earth shaking bass collides with jacking grooves, with a Daft Punk vibe.
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out of stock $5.37
Real Estate Man Plus
Real Estate Man Plus (11 track enhanced CD single)
Cat: HYMEN 743. Rel: 11 May 05
  1. Real Estate Man Plus (Ubin mix)
  2. Real Estate Man Plus (Sir Real's Ugly Mix)
  3. Real Estate Man Plus (8-Bit Apocalypse mix)
  4. Real Estate Man Plus (Sir Real's Purty mix)
  5. Real Estate Man Plus (Volum mix)
  6. Real Estate Man Plus (Hecq mix)
  7. Real Estate Man Plus (Super Awesome Electro Friends Forever mix)
  8. Real Estate Man Plus (Sol_Dat mix)
  9. Real Estate Man Plus (99 original)
  10. Real Estate Man Plus (Live from The Sun Room)
  11. Real Estate Man Plus (video for Ubin mix)
Review: David Thrussell's career here takes a new turn and rises to a new high. Ten strikingly different versions of the one song might seem excessive to some, but once heard you'll agree that each interpretation brings a refreshing new vigour to this cherished classic. In these fireside and dancefloor favourites there is a gentle, convincing persuasiveness about every rendition. The approach here is so totally, unaffectedly sincere you can't help but feel your whole inner being is touched. "Real Estate Man" is no doubt well enough known to you that you have probably been able to hum the melody since you were a child. Yet in this presentation, each version is revealed in an entirely new light, so much more meaningful that it's almost as though you had never really heard the song before: a pure electro assault.
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out of stock $9.67
Get 'Em High
Get 'Em High (CD single)
V2
Cat: VVR 5042263. Rel: 15 Sep 06
  1. Get 'Em High (single version)
  2. Blaze (featuring Jahmali)
Review: The mighty Warriors return with Sway laying down the war cry, a rasta tainted vocal backed by the Stanton's magic trippy infectious breakbeat production. This one has a deep and nasty electro twist with some hot 808 action, booming bass, a heavily effected melodic hook and Sway delivering a vocal performance on the Snoop Dog meets reggae tip.
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out of stock $3.23
Sunshine Daze
Sunshine Daze (6 track CD single)
Cat: EMINCD 003. Rel: 08 Sep 05
  1. Sunshine Daze (original mix)
  2. Sunshine Daze (extended club mix)
  3. Sunshine Daze (Dirty Box mix)
  4. Sunshine Daze (Trick Or Treat mix)
  5. Sunshine Daze (Zooloo mix)
  6. Sunshine Daze (radio edit)
Review: A massive dancefloor roller that is fast becoming an anthem at Boomslang when played by Vigi, Ellis Dee etc. This is full of crisp drums, rolling bass and a vocal from General Levy.
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out of stock $4.30
Love Bites (remix)
Love Bites (remix) (CD single)
Zen
Cat: ZM 01004. Rel: 13 Mar 07
  1. Love Bites (Andy Votel remix)
  2. Travellin' Man (Andy Votel remix)
  3. Stories
  4. Love Bites (Andy Votel remix - video)
Review: This is a collaboration between one of the UK's best kept musical secrets and one the UK's most renowned purveyors of weird and wonderful. Will Tang, a singer/songwriter, guitarist and blues harmonica guru teams up with Manchester DJ, producer and Twisted Nerve label boss, Andy Votel, to produce one of the most eclectic releases we've seen. Votel, who likes to dabble on the musical fringes, has managed to mould Will's rootsy acoustic style with a furious tommy-gun break beat to create an unlikely concoction of whiskey soaked blues sensibilities underpinned with a killer dancefloor groove. Will, who has English and Chinese roots, is virtually a household name in Hong Kong. With a thirteen year career and five albums under his belt, Will's unique style, which draws on elements of everything from blues, jazz, rock, pop to hip-hop, has garnered much interest in the UK, including that of Votel, whose previous remixing duties include the likes of Elbow, Broadcast, Badly Drawn Boy, and Ian Brown.
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out of stock $3.23
The Sex EP
The Sex EP (6 track CD single + bonus sampler disc)
Cat: SATMCDM 02. Rel: 16 Mar 07
  1. Tila Tequila - "Intro"
  2. Tila Tequila - "Sex"
  3. Tila Tequila - "Little Brat"
  4. Tila Tequila - "Rat Room"
  5. Tila Tequila - "Summer NIghtfalls"
  6. Tila Tequila - "Lipstick Flavored Cherries"
  7. Melody Club - "Palace Station"
  8. Tv21 - "I Know U Know"
  9. Kamera - "Like A Drug"
  10. Good Clean Fun - "The MySpace Song"
  11. Josh Joplin - "Hard Year"
Review: Tila Tequila's 'The Sex', released on the Saturday Team label, draws from a myriad of influences. Paying equal homage to 80's pop music and contemporary electronica.

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out of stock $8.60
Cum On Feel The Boyz
Cat: LR 063. Rel: 21 Jun 07
  1. Welcome
  2. Japaneeze Boyz (feat Kentastic & Odd Daisuke)
  3. Curry Rice (feat Odd Daisuke & Kengo)
  4. I Can't Make It On Time (feat Returner)
  5. Chickee Pow! (feat Jim Burke & Pat C)
  6. Around Da Corner (feat Returner)
  7. Ocha O Nomi Ni Iku Ka? (feat Odd Daisuke & Hito)
  8. The Disco Song (feat Kentastic)
  9. Where Is Tony Masao? (feat Returner)
  10. The Next Station Is: Shibuya
  11. Don't Say No To Bo! (feat The Torpedo Crew & Beatbox Eliot)
Review: "Cum On Feel The Boyz", by the Torpedo Boyz, includes the single "Japaneeze Boyz". The Torpedo Boyz mix glambreaks with discofolk on this Lounge Records release.
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out of stock $10.76
Burn My Shadow
Burn My Shadow (CD single)
Cat: SURR 004CDS. Rel: 23 Jun 07
  1. Burn My Shadow (radio edit)
  2. Burn My Shadow (album version)
  3. Burn My Shadow (Unkle Surrender Sounds sesson #5)
Review: "Burn My Shadow" is a much anticipated new single from the world renowned Unkle. Featuring Ian Astbury (The Cult), this is currently Zane Lowe's Hottest Record In The World.
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out of stock $3.23
アルバム
Finger Lickin' Export 02
A SKILLZ/VARIOUS
Cat: FLRCD015. Rel: 29 Jul 06
  1. Ali B vs Jungle Brothers - "Beats On A String"
  2. FDEL - "The Crew"
  3. Nickodemus feat Stimulus & Dionysos - "Give The Drummer Some"
  4. All Good Funk Alliance - "Superjam" (Flow Dynamics remix)
  5. Malente - "The Fever"
  6. Flow Dynamics/A Skillz & Krafty Kuts feat Kurtis Blow - "Live In The Mix/Gimme The Breaks (acappella)"
  7. Super Thriller - "Ah Just Wanna Dance"
  8. Ed Funk & Real Elements - "Put That (acappella)"
  9. Nick Thayer - "The Shake Up"
  10. Plump DJ's feat Eddie Bo - "Funk Hits The Fan" (A Skillz remix)
  11. FDEL - "Ladies & Gentleman"
  12. A Skillz - "The Funky Drummer" (instrumental)
  13. Fort Knox 5 - "Radio Free DC" (A Skillz & Krafty Kuts remix)
  14. A Skillz - "Mooger Fooger" (instrumental)
  15. Black Grass - "Finest Thing" (A Skillz & Krafty Kuts remix)
  16. Steady Diggin Workshop feat MCM - "Keep It Together"
  17. Skeewiff - "Now I Am Living For Me" (Fort Knox 5 remix)
  18. Kraak & Smaak feat U Gene - "One Of These Days"
  19. Krafty Kuts & A Skillz - "Bring Back The Funk"
Review: Export 02, the second installment in Finger Lickin's cutting edge mix series, sees turntable terrorist A-Skillz step to the fore with a firing fusion of funk, hip-hop and old school electro due to be unleashed in beginning of September. The Export series showcases up-front exclusives and established club killers, taken straight from their artist's record bags. Export 02, featuring bloc jams from the likes of the Jungle Brothers, Kraak & Smaak and Fort Knox 5 exhibits A-Skillz eclectic, ass-shaking precision mixing style to the maximum. From the crowd-rocking, scratch tricks of "Beats on a String" through to the sexy and supreme hip hop of "Give The Drummer Some", A-Skillz has specially selected each track, after extensive road tests, to guarantee maximum party carnage. One listen to Export 02 will leave you in no doubt that A-Skillz is a supreme manipulator of the humble record player, but this mix also highlights his prowess in the studio. The album exclusively contains his sought after and highly acclaimed remix of "Funk Hits The Fan" by label mates Plump DJs, taking the track into completely new territory, whilst his own "Mooger Fooger" and "The Funky Drummer" are early hints of things to come. A Renault advert sync and a Grand Tourismo 4 soundtrack are already in the can and an artist album full of heavyweight collaborations for Finger Lickin' is eagerly anticipated.
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out of stock $13.99
Cult Copy
Cult Copy (CD+DVD)
Cat: RH 103CD. Rel: 07 Feb 06
  1. Start
  2. Cult Copy 1
  3. Coma
  4. Delsin King
  5. Cult Copy 2
  6. Buuv
  7. Caron Outro
  8. Theme Park
  9. Deat Tom
  10. Cult Copy 3 Dub?
  11. Cult Copy 3
  12. Aardbij
  13. Ooit
  14. Komt Goed
  15. Thuang-Zi
  16. DVD - Michal Butink Cult Copy video mix
Review: After the well received Cult Copy album, which was released on CD/DVD earlier this year, it was decided to release a limited press of 1000 copies on vinyl, as a lot of requests were received for this format. Most of the Cult Copy related vinyl is deleted or currently out of stock, so this album makes all tracks available on vinyl again. It will be released as a gatefold 2xLP of which 500 units come with the DVD which is also available with the CD. This DVD contains a 25 minute video by video artist Michael Butink which compliments the music perfectly.
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out of stock $13.99
Chosen Lords
Cat: CAT 173CD. Rel: 06 Apr 06
  1. Aphex Twin - "Fenix Funk 5" (Analord 10A)
  2. AFX - "Reunion" (Analord 05A)
  3. AFX - "Pitcard" (Analord 07B1)
  4. AFX - "Crying In Your Face" (Analord 04A1)
  5. AFX - "Klopjob" (Analord 03B1)
  6. AFX - "Boxing Day" (Analord 03A1)
  7. AFX - "Batine Acid" (Analord 06A1)
  8. AFX - "Cilonen" (Analord 05B)
  9. AFX - "PWSteal.Ldpinch.D" (Analord 08A1)
  10. Aphex Twin - "XMD 5a" (Analord 10B)
Review: During the year 2005, Richard D. James released, on his 'Rephlex' label, a series of 12 maxi vinyls under his alias, AFX.
AFX has condensed the tracks onto a cohesive album called 'Chosen Lords', his first real album since 'Drukgs'.
The inimitable style of AFX is close to the album 'Selected Ambient Works 85-92' with New-York electro influences, Chicago house and Detroit techno.
A refreshing electronic-synthetic paradise.
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Played by: RADIAL
out of stock $13.99
Transformer
Cat: KLANGCD 011. Rel: 11 May 04
  1. Rocker
  2. Tubeaction
  3. Beat The Push
  4. Daktari
  5. Vincent Van Dance
  6. Gate 23 (Lost On Arrival...)
  7. Nasty Dollars
  8. Satanic Circus
  9. Raw (Sie Liebt Dich)
  10. Transphormer
Review: Ten specially selected little pieces of art have managed to make it onto "Transformer", all of which mastered their way round the chic obstacle course brilliantly taking purism and hit alarm in their stride. Straightness and a crazed love for detail are what make the difference on this album. Artistic breaks that entice not force the listener into a euphoric state. Sophisticated techno "Made in Frankfurt" which goes to show how exciting functionality can be. With "Transformer", Alter Ego, in their eleventh year of existence, prove that techno is not only a musical world language, but also an undecipherable secret code of timeless youth culture. Countless 12"s and remixes for various icons of pop history (e.g. Human League/Cabaret Voltaire) substantiate the great importance of Alter Ego for contemporary electronic dance music!!
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out of stock $12.63
Raise The Devil
Raise The Devil (low-price CD)
Cat: PASA 010CD. Rel: 25 Nov 11
  1. Taken Over Me
  2. Girls Girls Girls (feat Lee Mortimer & Daddy Freddy)
  3. And The Beats Goes (feat Pyramid & Roisin Brophy)
  4. Press Play (feat Acafool)
  5. Get Me Out (feat Bex Riley)
  6. Take Me There (feat Diane Charlemagne - Curline mix)
  7. Superbad (feat Ragga Twins, M Tek, Pedro Slimer & Mr Thing)
  8. Frontline (feat Tenor Fly)
  9. Phantom (feat Engine Earz Experiment)
  10. Cold Crush (feat Bex Riley)
  11. Raise The Devil
  12. Streets Of Rage (feat Deja)
  13. Humble (feat Tnero Fly & Ragga Twins)
  14. Change Is Coming (feat Deja)
  15. Stardust (feat Roisin Brophy)
  16. Small World (feat Didjelirium)
Review: On their latest full-length, Bournemouth-based jump-up junglists turned breakbeat badmen Aquasky invite us to Raise The Devil with a typically boisterous and party-friendly selection of original cuts. As usual, expect an all-out assault on the senses, hips and feet, with tracks variously touching on punchy breaks, floor-friendly dubstep wobblers, ragga-influenced bouncers, bowel-bothering jungle and even a big hefty dollop of piano house. Plenty of mates and scene veterans pop along to lend a hand, from gnarled mic men the Ragga Twins, Daddy Freddy and Tenor Fly to and turntable whizz Mr Thing. Party on, dudes.
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Played by: Aquasky
out of stock $4.30
Breakbeat Bass Vol 2
AQUASKY/VARIOUS
Breakbeat Bass Vol 2 (low-price mixed CD)
Cat: PASA 003CD. Rel: 27 Oct 06
  1. The Breakfastaz - "The Pressure" (King Roc mix)
  2. Jim Shimmer - "The Quad" (Future Funk Squad & High Eight mix)
  3. Transformerman - "Giant"
  4. Baitercell & Schumacher - "Lock & Load" (feat Bex)
  5. Aquasky - "Addiction VIP" (Chris Carter mix - previously unreleased)
  6. Jim Shimmer - "Space Races VIP" (previously unreleased)
  7. Backdraft - "Popcorn" (previously unreleased)
  8. Tayo - "Wildlife Dub"
  9. Agent K - "Black Haze" (Aquasky mix)
  10. Noisia - "Gutterpump"
  11. Infekto - "Miami Treble"
  12. Aquasky & The Drumattic Twins - "Bring It On Down" (Aquasky VIP mix - previously unreleased)
  13. Aquasky & Crash Berlin - "Moving The Hype Track" (feat Kool Keith - Nick Thayer mix)
  14. Rob Le Pitch - "Twisted" (Tom Real & Rogue Element mix)
  15. Aquasky & Elhornet - "Girls & Boys" (Dylan Rhymes mix)
  16. The Ragga Twins - "Everybody Hype"
Review: Originally hailed as the home of bassline breaks, the last 12 months has seen Aquasky's excellent Passenger Imprint go through a number of changes. Not content with being pigeon-holed, the Bournemouth based trio whose production career spans an impressive ten years plus, have been not-so-quietly pushing things forward by stepping outside of their comfort zone and experimenting with different styles, from house to electro to funky breaks. To follow 2005s 'Breakbeat Bass' debut, Aquasky eagerly return with the second instalment in the series to not only showcase what busy boys they've been but also the new direction for the label. Features amazing tracks (amongst others) from the likes of Aquasky, Backdraft, Tayo, The Ragga Twins, and Noisia, remixes from Chris Carter, Future Funk Squad, and Dylan Rhymes, and guest spots from Kool Keith, El Hornet of Pendulum fame, and Bex.
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You Are Here: The Remixes
Cat: BOS2CDLP 24. Rel: 14 Oct 06
  1. Dreaming (Blim remix)
  2. Who Stole Monkey's Clothes? (Pod & Jay Cunning remix)
  3. Shine A Light (Lee Coombes remix)
  4. Spitball (Robb G & Paranoid Jaxx remix)
  5. Lefthand
  6. You Are Here (Ils remixx)
  7. Head (Atomic Hooligan remix)
  8. Inside Out (Atomic Hooligan remix - Heavy Gravity)
  9. Seven 10 Split (Klaus Heavyweight Hill remix)
  10. Bang Bang
  11. The Girl Is Filth
  12. Wait Til You're Sleeping (Aquasky remix)
Review: Atomic Hooligan’s ‘You Are Here’ has become a worldwide benchmark for the breakbeat album, winning best album at this year's Breakspoll awards, featuring as front cover models for DJ magazine, getting into DJ Mag’s top 10 albums of the year, and their live show being voted one of XFM’s sessions of the year. Their ten piece live show has toured and rocked Fabric Live, Cargo, The Ocean Rooms Glastonbury, and The Glade, and ‘You Are Here’ entered the Japanese National album chart at 11! They are also fast gaining the reputation of remix royalty after their massive ‘Cowgirl’ and ‘Born Slippy’ remixes for Underworld. This is a must have package all wrapped up with the lads mixing and scratching their way through. Look out for 12’s from the remix album! AH complete their second artist LP due for release on Botchit 2007.
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out of stock $8.60
Rubber Youth
Cat: NNN 003. Rel: 15 Nov 06
  1. Ball & Chain
  2. Hooked On Radiation
  3. These Modern Boys
  4. Japanese Disco
  5. Snake
  6. The Violence Of Our Last Goodbye
  7. Naked Kiss
  8. Repulsion
  9. Underdog
  10. Zero Zero
  11. Hooked On Radiation (Pet Shop Boys Orange Alert remix - bonus track)
  12. Japanese Disco (Mr No remix - bonus track)
  13. Atomizer vs Readers Wifes - "Nostalgia (There's No Money In The Underground)" (feat Justin Bond - bonus track)
  14. Atomizer vs Specimen - "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang" (bonus track)
  15. Atomizer vs Rubicks - "Actress/Model" (bonus track)
  16. Snake (Mysterymen remix - bonus track)
Review: Debut album release from Atomizer - creators of ultra-slick fashionable London club NagNagNag! Features 3 Jimmy Cauty (KLF) produced singles.
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out of stock $9.14
Aux 88
Aux 88 (CD)
Cat: UWE 200. Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. Intro
  2. We Make Beats
  3. We Are The Future
  4. Rated A-U-X
  5. K-1 Theme
  6. Tome Tome Beats
  7. Lost In OUTER Space
  8. Step Into The Light
  9. Dont Bite My Beats
  10. Clones
  11. Detroit Non Stop
  12. My AUX Mind (2005)
  13. Electro (PLANETARY ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS)
Review: What happens when you take an accomplished dancer who's musically trained and a mobile street DJ who's classically trained and unleash them in a studio? Well, if the conditions are right, you might get Aux 88. But not overnight... From 1985 to date, Detroit electro is strongly represented by Tommy Hamilton and Keith Tucker. Sometimes referred to as techno-bass, they integrate early Detroit and New York electro, Miami bass music, and the dark, gritty analog edge of Detroit techno into a futuristic beat music all their own. If anyone mistakes their live show as a scaled down electronic hip hop oriented Parliament show, well, you're not too far off the mark as Aux 88 is one of the few groups who remember that techno has its roots in the hip hop of pioneers like Afrika Bambaataa, Planet Patrol and Newcleus. They tour actively and circle the globe in their hunt for new converts to their futuristic message. For fans of Cybotron, Drexciya, Model 500. Electro from the masters of techno-bass reunite for this spectacular comeback album. Aux 88 show's us once again why they are among the electro elite.
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out of stock $9.14
The Funk
The Funk (CD)
Cat: AD 011. Rel: 24 Jan 13
  1. Funky (intro)
  2. My Bad
  3. Funk Medley (feat Sens One)
  4. Ease The Funk
  5. Lets Get Ill (album version)
  6. Nothing But The Funk
  7. My Style (Super Cool)
  8. Loose Your Funky Self
  9. Dynamite
  10. Funk In The Air
  11. Rescue Me
  12. The Original Groover
  13. Break The Blues
  14. Spread The Words (feat Liv)
  15. Dynamite (AGFA remix)
Review: In many ways, Boe 'Badboe' Pedersen represents a dying breed of breakbeat producers. Whereas many of today's brightest breaks stars rarely get more adventurous than choosing odd samples for in-your-face mash-ups, Pedersen has always prioritized groove and musicality over functionality. His greatest achievement to date is undoubtedly Break The Funk, his 2009 debut full-length. Here, it gets a deserved reissue (under the slightly amended title, The Funk). Four years on, the album's cosy mix of deep funk breaks, steamy delta blues-hop ("Break The Blues") and funk-flecked hip-hop beat science ("Spread The Words", "Let's Get Ill") still impresses. Hugely listenable and enjoyable throughout, it sounds like an echo from a bygone age.
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Played by: BadboE
out of stock $8.60
Funk From The Trunk
Cat: JAL 157CD. Rel: 23 May 13
  1. A Blues Thang
  2. Gimme More (feat Musta Akbar)
  3. Funk For Freaks (feat Charlie Funk)
  4. Work It Out (feat MC Rayna)
  5. The Calling
  6. Gotta Make Me A Gun
  7. Disco Boy
  8. Bedroom Stories (feat Musta Akbar)
  9. Red Light Streets
  10. Dancin (feat Musta Akbar)
  11. Soul Intoxication
  12. That Little Thing You Do
  13. Grey
  14. The Last Train
Review: Hamburg-based trio Basement Freaks has always been a reliable source of goodtime funk. Here, they continue their explorations into 21st century funk with their third full-length, Funk from the Trunk. While previous excursions have been rooted in breaks, the 14 tracks here are largely based around the sort of fuzzy, kaleidoscopic '80s funk once popularized by Prince and Parliament/Funkadelic. Into this pot they through straight-up funk and disco influences, along with the noughties wobble of ghetto funk and more than a nod towards '70 block party grooves. The result is an album that oozes party-friendly fun from start the finish, and more than a little radio-friendly poppiness.
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out of stock $6.19
Bassbin Twins vs Marine Parade
Bassbin Twins vs Marine Parade (2xCD (1st CD mixed, 2nd CD unmixed))
Cat: MAPACD 006 _7. Rel: 13 Jul 06
  1. Intro
  2. Stone Lions - "Snow Over Arizona" (Bassbin Twins edit)
  3. Evil Nine - "Lovers Not Fighters"
  4. Evil Nine - "Crooked Bassbin Twins" (remix)
  5. No Love - "Disconnection" (Bassbin Twins edit)
  6. Infusion/Freeland - "Starwater/Nowism" (Bassbin Twins edit)
  7. Forme - "Kick A Hole"
  8. Tsunami One & BT - "Hip Hop Phenomenon" (Bassbin Twins edit)
  9. Freeland - "Heel & Toe"
  10. Evil Nine - "Restless" (feat Toastie Taylor)
  11. Ils - "Music"
  12. Ils - "Next Level"
  13. 9 Nickel - "Capricorn"
  14. Forme - "Percussive Thinking"
  15. Forme - "Let It All Out"
  16. Scratch D vs The Bomb - "The Red Pill" (Bassbin Twins edit)
  17. Bassbin Twins - "The Dogs"
  18. Beber - "Juvinile Delinquent"
  19. Beber - "Chief Rocka"
  20. Bassbin Twins - "ESW"
  21. Freeland - "Mind Killer" (original mix/Jagz Kooner mix/Origin Unknown remix)
  22. Freeland - "Supernatural" (Krust & Die remix/Stereotyp remix)
  23. Freeland - "Supernatural" (Adam & the Evils mix)
  24. Freeland - "We Want Your Soul" (original mix/Product '01 remix)
  25. Tsunami One & BT - "Hip Hop Phenomenon" (Bassbin Twins edit)
  26. No Love - "Disconnection" (Bassbin Twins edit)
  27. Bassbin Twins - "ESW"
  28. Evil Nine - "Devil Stuff"
  29. Freeland - "Mind Killer Suite" (Bassbin Twins edit)
  30. Ils - "Music" (Evil Nine mix)
  31. Forme - "Kick A Hole" (original mix)
  32. Apex - "Symettry" (Bassbin Twins edit)
  33. Evil Nine - "Crooked" (Bassbin Twins mix)
  34. Ils - "Next Level" (original mix)
  35. Freeland - "Heel & Toe" (Freeland '05 remix)
  36. Infusion/Freeland - "Starwater/Nowism" (Bassbin Twins edit)
  37. Freeland - "Burn The Clock" (original mix)
Review: When I started DJing in London clubs in the early-to-mid '90s, what we now take for granted didn't really exist. Yes, there were records with "breakbeats" in them-those early rumblings of "big beat," quickly dismissed as gimmicky, cheesy piffle. But to make up a quality set of the sound I so badly wanted to hear, I had to scan, dig and scour. I would mix up electro, hip-house, deep house, obscure 'leftfield' b-sides, jungle records played on 33, and (full disclosure now) the occasional hardcore tune. I was getting there, but the sound in my head I was itching to hear through my ears still proved frustratingly elusive. I couldn't describe it, nor could I find it. That was, of course, until I discovered my first Bassbin Twins twelve-inch. That day, in Tag Records, tucked down an alleyway in Soho, a young crate-digger DJ mined 24 karat gold! This was heavy gold, too: putting needle to vinyl, I discovered the groove I'd been hearing in my imagination the whole time. It was devastatingly deep, had proper, beautifully-crafted, bassbin-shaking beats, house-rockin' energy, and those super-addictive signature vocal samples. Down to the stylin' little black-'n-white graphic on the label, the whole package was just fucking dope! In Bassbin Twins, I discovered the sound I had always wanted, no, needed to hear. For me, it changed everything: in my headspace, a whole new universe just opened anew. Without that record and the other Bassbin moments to come, my 1998 debut mix album Coastal Breaks would not have come about. In fact, without Bassbin Twins there would certainly be no Marine Parade Records. Some artists have their moment, then vanish: they do something fresh, accidentally inspire a whole new movement, and then disappear into obscurity. But the Bassbins have kept their ears to the ground and their fingers on the pulse. For our debut label compilation, we wanted to tell the story of where we have come from and how we have progressed, showing off our highlight moments and giving a tiny hint as to where we are going next. No one could do the job better than the ones who put match to gasoline in the first place: therefore, what an honour it is to present, Bassbin Twins vs. Marine Parade.
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Underground Communication
Cat: OM 254. Rel: 25 Apr 07
  1. Intro
  2. Underground Communication (feat Seasunz)
  3. Bomb The Blocks (feat Persia)
  4. Amorphous Form (feat Souleye & E Note)
  5. Ridiculous Wobble (feat Nibu)
  6. Select Frequency (feat Seasunz)
  7. Kick It Complex (remix)
  8. Verbing The Noun
  9. Yo (feat Kristinamaria)
  10. Stomp (feat Seasunz)
  11. Kick It Complex (feat Persia)
  12. Carried Away
  13. Impossible & Overwhelming
  14. Mr Projectilie - "I Am Here" (Bassnectar remix)
  15. Fsosf
  16. Cheb I Sabbah - "Alkher Illa Doffor" (Bassnectar remix)
  17. Track 17
  18. Track 18
  19. Track 19
  20. Track 20
  21. Track 21
  22. Track 22
  23. Kyrian Bee Bop
Review: "Underground Communication" is an exploration of hip-hop culture, featuring scores of MCs and rhythmic poets mashed atop heavy, driving basslines.
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Apiculture
Cat: JAL 108. Rel: 09 Jun 11
  1. Sea Change
  2. So Long (feat Sarah Scott)
  3. Spring Forward
  4. Queen Bee (feat Mystro)
  5. To The Roots
  6. Opt Chop Intermission
  7. Long Way Down (feat Mystro)
  8. Last Light
  9. Watching
  10. Circus Folks (feat Hazel Mills)
  11. Dark Ascending
  12. Apiculture
Review: Bristol duo Boca 4 and Parker have already treated fans to this year's Ascending Change EP and now follow it up with their debut album - a beautifully constructed mixture of trip-hop breaks, stirring strings and a lot of soul. "So Long" featuring Sarah Scott on vocals is a beauty, with descending cellos and violins filtered up over the verses, while the pair's pastoral obsessions shine through on "Spring Forward", which approaches dubstep from a very unusual and highly original, string-blessed angle. With veteran UK MC Mystro on the rabble-rousing "Queen Bee", this is an unexpected peach of an album that confounds your expectations every step of the way.
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Paper Television
Cat: TOM 84CD. Rel: 13 Oct 06
  1. Pile Of Gold
  2. Parentheses
  3. The Big U
  4. The Long List Of Girls
  5. Bonjour Jeune Fille
  6. Babay (feat A Critter Feel It's Wrath)
  7. Eat Your Heart Up
  8. Pardon Me
  9. Fists Up
  10. True Affection
Review: Brand new album from Portland, Oregon duo The Blow. The Blow have previously released three albums on the legendary K Records label but have now found a new home at esteemed German label Tomlab (The Books, Patrick Wolf, Final Fantasy etc). The Blow is Jona Bechtolt and Khaela Maricich. The two have been working together as The Blow since 2004 when they recorded a limited edition EP called 'Poor Aim'. United by a shared affection for the sparkling production styles of mainstream radio, and both raised with deep roots in the DIY scenes of the Pacific North-west, the duo makes fractured pop chart toppers to seduce all manner of hearts out of their cases, onto the floor.
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out of stock $13.99
Into The Dragon (remastered)
Cat: CRPOP 42. Rel: 02 Feb 17
  1. Beat Dis (US 7" mix)
  2. Megablast Rap (feat Merlin - version)
  3. On The Cut
  4. Don't Make Me Wait (feat Lauraine - 7" mix)
  5. Dynamite Beats
  6. Megablast (Hip Hop On Precinct 13)
  7. Hey You! (feat Aurra)
  8. Shake It
  9. Say A Little Prayer (feat Maureen)
  10. Beat Dat (Freestyle Scratch mix)
  11. Beat Dis (Gangster Boogie Inc remix - bonus track)
  12. Don't Make Me Wait (Maximum Frequency mix - bonus track)
  13. Megablast (feat Merlin - original Rap - bonus track)
  14. Say A Little Prayer (Get Down & Pray mix - bonus track)
Review: It's 30 years since Bomb The Bass gate crashed the UK singles chart with "Beat Dis", a seminal fusion of hip-hop sample culture, New York Freestyle grooves and Chicago house traits. To celebrate, Cherry Red has decided to reissue the outfit's 1988 debut album, Into The Dragon. Amazingly, the album has aged very well, and the production duo's cut-and-paste blends of heavy hip-hop breakbeats, electrofunk rhythms, cheeky melodic lifts (John Carpenter's "Escape From Precinct 13" gets the going over on "Megablast"), house references and early UK rap are still capable of raising the temperature on the dancefloor. The reissue also includes a number of tasty period remixes and bonus cuts, of which the original rap version of "Megablast" stands out.
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With Lasers
Cat: WIGCD 193. Rel: 02 Jun 07
  1. Danca Do Zumbi
  2. Solta O Frango
  3. James Bonde
  4. Tieta
  5. Office Boy
  6. Marina Do Bairro
  7. Divine Gosa
  8. Marina Gasolina
  9. Caminhao De Gas
  10. Geremia
  11. Quero Te Amar
  12. Bondallica
Review: Riotous Brazilian MC and DJ three-piece Bonde Do Role play baile funk - a flippant, punked-up take on Miami bass developed in Rio's favelas - and yet aren't from Rio. A characteristic of baile funk is its playfulness and mash-up guerrilla-style sampling. Grunge, heavy metal, and cheese were added to the melting pot here. Their SXSW appearances were the talk of post-festival blogs, described in many instances as a "Brazilian Beastie Boys" with their explosive performances and filthy lyrics. "With Lasers" is released on Domino.
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The Path Of Most Resistors
Cat: COMP 199-2. Rel: 25 Oct 06
  1. Something Is Not Right (feat The Blood Of Abraham)
  2. Cold Reformer (feat Carl A Finlow)
  3. Xeno Persuasion (feat Megumi & Mac)
  4. Dry Humper (feat Justin Maxwell)
  5. Prompted Some Observers
  6. Monochrome (feat Rochelle Vincente)
  7. Delia's Temptation
  8. LA Is Burning
  9. Origami Mommy
  10. Bit By Bit/Ear Worms (feat Alissa Keuker)
Review: First album from US producer Jean-Paul Bondy, better known as Volum and one half of Volsoc (together with Justin Maxwell on John Tejada's Palette imprint). Blips, bleeps, squeaks and tweaks, electro, radical bass, and straight-up glitch funk.
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out of stock $12.90
Full Metal Racket
Cat: ADN 84. Rel: 26 Oct 07
  1. Terrorizah
  2. Slaytronic
  3. Necrogoat
  4. Earache
  5. Bloody Cenotaph
  6. Jo Bench
  7. Ram Waster
  8. Dstrctv
  9. Grindkrush (Doormouse remix)
  10. Painkiller (Sickboy remix)
Review: Featuring all the tracks from the "Grindkrusher" and "Sick Sick Sick" records, re-recorded and remastered, "Full Metal Racket" is Bong- Ra's unmatchable homage to his grindcore and hardcore heroes. This is a fast, high-energy album of twisted breaks and merciless riffs.
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out of stock $17.22
One World Many Cultures
Cat: PLVLP 005CD. Rel: 30 May 13
  1. Where Do We Go From Here? (One Love)
  2. Spread A Little Love
  3. Wake Up (feat YT)
  4. Forward Ever (feat Serocee)
  5. Soundboy Robber (feat Juxci Dnero)
  6. Unstoppable
  7. Why They Wanna
  8. Pure Intentions (feat Harry Shotta)
  9. We're One
  10. The Awakening
  11. Hot Girls (feat Solo Banton)
  12. Sound Ago Dead (feat Tenor Fly)
  13. Turn It Up
  14. Love For All, Hate For None (Neelofer Spoken Word interlude)
  15. Cry For Peace (feat Tenor Fly)
  16. Mission Impossible
Review: Given that he's been on the UK jungle scene since the mid 1990s, it's taken Birmingham-based singer/songwriter David Boomah quite a while to put together this debut album. It was, though, worth the wait, as One World Many Cultures is a fine set. Featuring his distinctive vocals (a mix of toasting and soulful singing) over a variety of sun-flecked styles - jungle, dubstep, soul, dancehall, warm, organic breaks and hip-hop soul - it boasts production from Serum, Rob & Robbie, Benny Page and Aries and Gold. The guestlist also includes mic slayers Tenor Fly, Solo Banton, Harry Shotta, Serocee and YT, guaranteeing an impressive all-star feel to proceedings. There's no doubt, though, that Boomah is the star of the show.
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Emotional Technology: Special Collector's Edition
  1. The Meeting Of A Hundred Yang
  2. Knowledge Of Self
  3. Somnambulist (Simply Being Loved)
  4. Force Of Gravity
  5. Dark Heart Dawning
  6. The Great Escape
  7. PARIS
  8. Kimosabe
  9. The Revolution
  10. Last Moment Of Clarity
  11. Communicate
  12. The Only Constant Is Change
  13. Somnambulist (Mark Norman remix)
  14. Love In The Time Of Thieves
  15. Force Of Gravity (Tiesto remix)
  16. Somnambulist (Junkie XL V vocal mix)
  17. Superfabulous (Toksin's Rawshaker mix)
  18. The Force Of Gravity (Dylan Rhymes Push Up mix)
  19. Kinosabe (Hyper remix)
  20. Communicate (Toksin's Narcan remix)
  21. Somnambulist (Sander Kleinenberg's Convertible mix)
Review: BT is the creative force currently driving digital songwriting and soundscaping in its evolution into the audio-visual-spiritual art-form that will define and inspire the human narrative of the 21st Century.
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Played by: Tiesto
out of stock $15.06
Komba
Komba (CD)
Cat: ENCD 015. Rel: 27 Oct 11
  1. Eskeleto (feat African Boy)
  2. Komba (feat Kaysha)
  3. Voodoo Love (feat Sara Tavares & Terry Lynn)
  4. Tira O Pe
  5. (We Stay) Up All Night (feat Blaya & Roses Gabor)
  6. Hypnotized
  7. LOL & POP (feat Blaya)
  8. Vem Curtir (feat Stereotyp)
  9. Candonga
  10. Hangover (Bababa)
  11. Macumba (feat Mixhell)
  12. Burakaton (feat Bomba Estereo - bonus track)
Review: Buraka Som Sistema's debut album, 2008's brilliant Black Diamond, was something of a landmark set - an effortlessly energetic and breathlessly exciting introduction to the band's unique kuduro sound. This long-awaited follow-up lacks the instant impact of its predecessor, but is no less enjoyable. The pace is a touch slower (but only a touch, mind) and the sound a smidgeon smoother, but the raw kuduro energy and hooky vocals remain. There are some sweet, contemplative moments (see "Voodoo Love"), a clutch of genuine dancefloor bangers (check the warped electro cut-ups and twisted beats of "Tira O Pe"or skittering roller "Burakaton") and an admirable collaboration with German digital dancehall veteran Stereotyp.
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out of stock $14.26
Exhibition 4
Exhibition 4 (mixed 2xCD)
Cat: LOSTCDLP 08. Rel: 14 Dec 06
  1. Peter Martin - "1984"
  2. 16B - "Escape Driving To Heaven" (feat Morel - Ignas mix)
  3. Luminary - "Dark Eyes" (Gift mix)
  4. Probspot - "Blows My Mind" (Hammer & Funabashi mix)
  5. Serge Devant vs Filo Peri - "Something Special"
  6. Shingo - "We Are Moving" (instrumental)
  7. Gil Norris - "Forme"
  8. Filo & Peri - "In Your Face"
  9. Derek Howell - "Potcakes"
  10. Benz/MD - "Exhale"
  11. Pete Lazonby - "Sacred Cycles" (Derek Howell mix)
  12. Probspot - "Heatsink"
  13. Leama & Moor - "Everything Matters" (Matthew Dekay mix)
  14. Medway - "The Bassline Track" (Luke Chable mix)
  15. Lustral - "Everytime" (Chocolate Uncle mix)
  16. Odessi - "Over Again" (Cicada mix)
  17. Koala - "Optiflex"
  18. Andi Vax - "The Game"
  19. Nikola Gala - "One Way"
  20. Descent - "Clockwork" (Tomer Valve mix)
  21. Leama & Moor - "Waiting" (Cats & Seija mix)
  22. U&K - "Stalker"
Review: "Exhibition 4" is a compilation which highlights the best tracks in the scene over the last year. Featuring exclusive material from Hooj, Lost Language, Primal, Precinct and Solaris Recordings.
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El Evangelio Segun Mi Jardinero
  1. Cerebro Orgasmo Envidir & Sofir
  2. Ante La Duda Todo
  3. Lavapies (Jesus Is My Coach)
  4. Trivial Polonio
  5. Chupame La Mente Cable
  6. El Toscano Del Papa
  7. Lovin' You
  8. Vagabundo
  9. El Evangelio Segun Mi Jardinero
  10. Presiento Que Esta Noche Soy Un Lirio
  11. Ocelote Alondra
  12. Viajar Contigo Es Como Escuchar La Vida Secreta De Las Plantas
  13. La Momia Gitana
  14. Budismo Tropical
Review: Multi instrumentalist Martin Buscaglia, a 32 years old Uruguayan singer-song-writer, presents us with his new album a capturing sound, sometimes raw and rough, sometimes dirty. He plays a Banjo recovered from the alley's dustbin, or a rajastani ravanatha that Martin is still incapable of extracting any reasonable sound out of, or electronic toy guns, or a Zamfona (a prehistoric instrument only found in Arab countries nowadays) or even a tiny Simon with his four colours and tones, there are bases created with a filthy Atari 81... all this has definitely contributed to this unique sound. An avant garde look of what the Latin American movement of singer-song-writers could be beyond their tradition but not forgetting it.
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Born In The Echoes
Born In The Echoes (limited deluxe CD + bonus tracks in gatefold textured sleeve)
Cat: XDUSTCDX 10. Rel: 24 Jul 15
  1. Sometimes I Feel So Deserted
  2. Go
  3. Under Neon Lights
  4. ELM Ritual
  5. I'll See You There
  6. Just Bang
  7. Reflexion
  8. Taste Of Honey
  9. Born In The Echoes
  10. Radiate
  11. Wide Open
  12. Let Us Build A City (bonus track)
  13. Wo Ha (bonus track)
  14. Go (extended mix - bonus track)
  15. Reflexion (extended mix - bonus track)
Review: Some critics have complained that the Chemical Brothers' Born In The Echoes - their first studio album in five years - is not distinctive enough from their previous work. Arguably, this is actually the album's greatest strength. Sure, it sounds like it was cut from the same cloth as, say, 1999's Surrender or 2001's Come With Us, but is that such a bad thing? The beats are bold, the electronics trippy, the acid lines intense, and the rock influences wild and unwieldy. Like those sets, there are plenty of guest vocalists - Q-Tip and Beck being the most notable stars - and moments that recall their greatest work (see the "Let Forever Be" style dancefloor psychedelia of "I'll See You There").
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No Geography
Cat: XDUSTCD 11. Rel: 12 Apr 19
  1. Eve Of Destruction
  2. Bango
  3. No Geography
  4. Got To Keep On
  5. Gravity Drops
  6. The Universe Sent Me
  7. We've Got To Try
  8. Free Yourself
  9. MAH
  10. Catch Me I'm Falling
Review: The Chemical Brothers are back with their 10th studio album (mixes and soundtracks not withstanding), and they're sounding especially fired up. The widescreen stadium psychedelia they've made their own spills out in abundance across "No Geography", but it's also matched with a feverish energy. The more up-tempo tracks, like "Gravity Drops" and "Eve Of Destruction", spit and snarl with the best of their classic, down and dirty dancefloor material, but there's plenty of space for the starry eyed songwriting they've made their own in more recent times. Just cop "The Universe Sent Me" and be immediately transported to a festival field, where you'll no doubt be catching The Bro's this summer.
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 in stock $4.64
Monday Social
Monday Social (mixed 2xCD)
Cat: KSWCD 41. Rel: 10 Nov 06
  1. Swayzak - "Illegal" (Bigga Bush remix)
  2. Dub Pistols - "Problem Is"
  3. Rob Paine - "Never Can Say Goodbye" (Rocket's Space dub mix)
  4. Peace Division - "Be U 40 T"
  5. Layo & Bushwacka! - "Deep South"
  6. H Foundation - "Sol Searchin"
  7. DJ Garth/ETI - "20 Minutes Of Disco Glory" (Look At The Moon dub)
  8. Solomonic Sound - "Come Fi Mash It"
  9. Blakkat & Wink - "Tweek & Roll"
  10. Elite Force - "Midnight Sun"
  11. Scott Hardkiss presents God Within - "Raincry" (Spiritual Thirst mix)
  12. Luke Chable - "Melburn"
  13. Lee Combs/Dylan Rhymes - "Music Is Life"
  14. Ashtrax - "Freeload/Freelove"
  15. Quivver - "Spittin' Funk"
  16. Layo & Bushwacka! - "Life2live"
  17. Trent Cantrelle/Freddy Be - "You Don't Have To Cry"
  18. UNKLE - "Reign" (Three Ams BIXCK Swan vocal mix)
  19. Danny Howells/Dick Trevor - "Kinkyfunk"
  20. Jody Wisternoff - "Cold Drink, Hot Girl"
  21. Steve Porter - "Vodka Cranberries"
  22. Silicone Soul - "The Snake Charmer"
Review: Kinkysweet's Club Series spotlights the hottest clubs in the coolest cities. For the second in this series we jump from New York to Los Angeles for the 10-year anniversary of a Hollywood institution, the Monday Night Social. With 520 consecutive shows under its belt, Monday Social is the longest-running club night in Los Angeles. Just about every name in electronic music has played there at one time or another, including John Digweed, Groove Armada, Mark Farina and Sander Kleinberg, among many others. Currently located at one of Hollywood's premiere venues - Nacional - the secret of its success is its combination of the hassle-free vibe of the bar scene mixed with musical and technical standards associated with nightclubs. Each week new guest DJ's and performers drop in from around the world to join Monday Social promoters and DJ's Mick Cole and Freddy Be. On this collection, Mick and Freddy lay down a retrospective in electronic music, incorporating the many artists that have graced the stage of the Monday Social throughout its ten year history.
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Fabric Live 38
CRAZE/VARIOUS
Fabric Live 38 (mixed CD)
Cat: FABRIC 76. Rel: 08 Feb 08
  1. Craze - "Intro" (feat Armanni Reign)
  2. NORE - "Set It Off" (feat swizz Beatz & J Ru$$)
  3. Cool Kids - "I Rock"
  4. Cool Kids - "Black Mags"
  5. Bangers & Cash - "Loose"
  6. Tuff Crew - "My Part Of Town"
  7. Jan Hammer - "Miami Vice Theme"
  8. Miami Jam Crew/DJ Blaqstarr - "Pretty Girls/Shake It To The Ground" (feat Rye Rye - acappella)
  9. Lushhus - "Ho Fo Sho"
  10. The Beat Club - "Security"
  11. Chromeo - "Bonafied Lovin'" (feat Pase Rock - Eli Escobar remix)
  12. Treasure Fingers - "Cross The Dancefloor"
  13. DJ Blaqstarr - "Supastarr"
  14. Coldcut - "True Skool" (feat Roots Manuva - Switch remix)
  15. Earth Wind & Fire - "Brazilian Rhyme"
  16. Armand Van Helden - "I Want Your Soul"
  17. Debbie Deb - "When I Hear Music"
  18. Magic Mike - "Magic Mike Cutz The Record"
  19. Quadrant Six - "Body Mechanic"
  20. DJ Laz - "Red Alert"
  21. Fresh Celeste & M4 Sers - "Give It All To Me"
  22. Bangers & Cash - "Shake That"
  23. The Pase Rock - "Lindsay Lohan's Revenge" (Klever remix)
  24. Kazey & Bulldog - "Big Truck"
  25. The Chemical Brothers - "Get Yourself High" (feat K-Os - Switches Rely On rub)
  26. Kid Sister - "Pro Nails" (feat Kanye West - remix)
  27. DJ Assault - "Pushin'" (Deekline/Wizard & Freq Nasty mix)
Review: 'Fabriclive 38' is a compilation of hip-hop, breakbeats, and drum 'n' bass sounds by the legendary turntablist Craze.
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Hardwired
Hardwired (mixed CD)
Cat: HBCD 02. Rel: 10 Nov 06
  1. CTRL Z vs Screwface - "Stereo: Typical"
  2. Angel Farringdon - "Wired"
  3. CTRL Z/Ed209 - "The Tunnel/Infectious"
  4. Ed209 vs Dappa Dan - "Ting Dem"
  5. Screwface - "Monte"
  6. Angel Farringdon/Mr Reload - "Super Ronnie's Squat Rave" (Entity rmx)
  7. CTRL Z vs Screwface - "Kung Fu Funk"
  8. Equalizers - "Pandemic"
  9. Ed209 - "Back It Up" (feat Bad Habits)
  10. Screwface - "Army Of Darkness"
  11. Ed209 - "The Man"
  12. Screwface - "The Day the Earth Stood Still"
  13. CTRL Z vs Ken Mac - "Shotgun Riddim"
  14. Boabinga/ID - "Extravazanga Man"
  15. Ed209/Ken Mac - "Hell Yeah!"
  16. Equalizer - "Let's Go"
  17. Screwface - "Phat Bass"
  18. Broadbeats - "Crossfire"
  19. CTRL Z/CTRL Z vs Screwface - "Badman/Dar Licks" (Screwface rmx)
  20. Equalizer - "Every City"
  21. Ed209 - "Biscuits N Gravy"
  22. CTRL Z - "Chemistry"
Review: Tayo, Radio One - "The next generation of breakbeat superstars has come of age!"; Justin Rushmore, Soul Of Man - "Watching Ctrl-Z simply blew me away, they've breathed new life into the genre."; DJ Magazine - "These guys would make The Prodigy shit their pants."
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Deep Red
Deep Red (CD)
Cat: ILLCD 002. Rel: 28 Sep 02
  1. We Took Pelham
  2. Punisher
  3. The Quest Part 1
  4. Blade
  5. Day One
  6. Lopez
  7. The Quest Part II
  8. Love Sounds
  9. Black Sun
  10. Deep Red
  11. Outro
Review: Notorious remixing, DJing and production outfit Yam Who? present the best of their heavy soul reworks. Including Yam Who remixes of tracks by Break Reform, Emmanuel, Colonel Red, Rodney P, Heavy, Ski Oakenfull, Incognito.
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Bounce N Shake
Bounce N Shake (2xCD (CD 1 unmixed, CD 2 continuous mix))
Rat
Cat: RAT 001ALB. Rel: 26 Mar 13
  1. Gloria (feat Christina Nicola)
  2. Bad Boys (feat Top Cat)
  3. Always RIP (feat Donna Dee)
  4. All Gravy (feat Darrison)
  5. Reload (feat Million Dan)
  6. Hey Mr DJ (feat Christina Nicola & Sporty O)
  7. Can't Take (feat Rubi Dan & Gala)
  8. You Don't Love Me (No No No)
  9. Countdown (feat Nu Jam)
  10. Hold Your Head Up High (feat Gala Orsborn)
  11. Dancehall Tribute (feat Tenor Fly)
  12. Weekend Lover (feat Christina Nicola)
  13. Can't Hide It (feat Hardy Hard)
  14. Champion Number 1 (feat Million Dan & Kidd Money)
  15. Together (feat Sweetsounds)
  16. You Can Be My Night
  17. I Like Girls (feat Sporty O)
  18. Blaze It Up (feat Million Dan)
  19. Gimme (A Piece Of That Booty) (feat DJ Assault)
  20. City To City (feat Darrison & Rubi Dan)
  21. Shake The Pressure (Marten Horger remix)
  22. Hey Mr DJ (feat Christina Nicola & Sporty O - KMFX remix)
  23. Hold Your Head Up High (feat Gala Orsborn)
  24. Champion Number 1 (feat Million Dan Kidd Money)
  25. Shake That Ass Trick (Martin Horger remix)
  26. Can't Take (feat Rubi Dan & Gala Orsbon)
  27. Can't Hide It (with Hardy Hard)
  28. Gimme A Piece Of That Booty (feat Assault)
  29. Reload (feat Million Dan)
  30. I Like Girls (with Dustin Hulton feat Sport-O & Vic Bynoe)
  31. You Had It All (Blow Out)
  32. Bad Boys (feat Top Cat)
  33. You Can Be My Night
  34. CIty To City (feat Darrison & Rubi Dan)
  35. You Don't Love Me (No No No) (Gala Orsborn)
  36. Blaze It Up (feat Million Dan)
  37. Always RIP (feat Donna Dee - Eddie K & Minus remix)
  38. Ridin (with Afrowhitey - Specimen A & James D'Ley remix)
  39. Weekend Lover (feat Christina Nicola)
Review: Given the length of their production partnership, it's something of a surprise to find that this is the debut full-length from rave-included breakbeat twosome Deekline and Ed Solo. For those of a breaks bent, it should be essential - not just because of their 'scene stalwart' status, but also because it's a whole heap of fun. Of course, there are twists, turns, pop vocals and unlikely cuts - a tribute to Miami Sound Machine style '80s Latin dancefloor pop ("Gloria"), some gargantuan electro-pop business (the string-laden "Weekend Lover") - but for the most part it's a riotous romp through breaks, jungle revivalism, dubstep, Miami bass (the tongue-in-cheek "I Like Girls") and good old-fashioned party music.
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I Like Turtles: A Diplo Mix
Cat: MAG 001. Rel: 28 Nov 07
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
  4. Track 4
  5. Track 5
  6. Track 6
  7. Track 7
  8. Track 8
Review: "I Like Turtles: A Diplo Mix" has everything you could want in a mixtape - heaters, weirdness and tons of fun!
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out of stock $9.14
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