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1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PILOT 05. Rel: 22 Nov 21
  1. 1 (5:58)
  2. 2 (6:06)
  3. 3 (7:09)
  4. 4 (6:27)
Review: Last seen sharing vinyl space with 100Hz and Voightmann on his own E Numbers imprint a couple of years back, Bobby O'Donnell resurfaces via a collaborative outing with Reeshy, a fellow Leeds resident who is seen by many as a rising star of the Yorkshire scene. In keeping with the PILOT label's breakbeat-driven, retro-futurist feel, each of the four cuts on show doff a cap to turn of the '90s rave culture. This is arguably best exemplified by weighty, funky and spacey bleep & breaks jam '2', though the arguably even more sub-heavy, UK garage influenced opener '1' comes a close second. Elsewhere, '3' delivers subtle nods towards Rob Gordon and Richard H Kirk's short-lived XON project (look it up, kids) while '4' is an acid-flecked warehouse shuffler.
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 in stock $11.11
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Wheel Spin
Cat: FLEX 7002. Rel: 19 Oct 21
  1. Wheel Spin (Revision) (4:50)
  2. Giv It Up (Revision) (4:58)
Review: Acclaimed French producer The Reflex is back on his Flex7 imprint. The Reflex moniker is part tribute to Nile Rodgers' remix of Duran Duran's 1984 song of the same name and a nod to the Logic Pro production software's Flextime tool, which allows users to alter and sync audio files. It's business as usual on this one, with two remixes direct from the master tapes combining creativity and functionality for maximum dancefloor impact. On the A side you've got the low slung yet elevating soul power of 'Wheel Spin' (Revision), while over on the flip there's the downtown vocal funk of 'Giv It Up' (Revision).
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Toxic Funk Vol 7
Cat: BBP 196. Rel: 04 Nov 21
  1. Put Your Catz Up (4:20)
  2. Hot Jumpin' (4:08)
Review: Breakbeat Paradise serves up some big joints for b-boys and b-girls. There is a decidedly old school feel to these tunes that harks back to the glory days of early block parties in the streets of New York and its surrounding boroughs. The vital 45rm opens with 'Put Your Catz Up,' a jumbled of big horns, lively vocal chants and tumbling, wooden drums and hits that is all about getting crowds up on their toes. 'Hot Jumpin'' cuts loose on more leggy drums, with old school whistles and a classic vocal refrain that demand everybody get up and jump, and surely they will.
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Played by: The Allergies
 in stock $9.45
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Real Hip Hop
Real Hip Hop (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: SSR 227. Rel: 29 Oct 21
  1. Real Hip Hop (vocal) (4:08)
  2. Real Hip Hop (instrumental) (4:15)
 in stock $12.22
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Futureboogie Compilation 10 2
VARIOUS
Cat: FBRLP 002. Rel: 09 Nov 21
  1. Francesca Mackay - "Desire" (6:26)
  2. Tech Support - "Writers Block" (6:59)
  3. Natural Sugars - "Wormholes" (6:22)
  4. Warehouse Preservation Society - "Ron's House" (feat Dan Hastie) (4:37)
  5. Ponty Mython - "I Summoned Rick" (6:29)
  6. Rodion - "Morti DFame" (6:28)
  7. Maia Lee - "Less But Better" (6:12)
  8. Manami - "Narcos Is" (5:39)
  9. James Welsh - "Times Square" (5:44)
  10. Theus Mago & Jepe - "Thief Of Time" (7:15)
  11. Chez De Milo - "Need Someone" (6:10)
  12. N-GYNN - "Dutch-E" (6:40)
  13. Kams - "All In Your Mind" (5:12)
  14. The Robinson - "Scream" (6:11)
  15. Lauer - "Offset Pat" (6:21)
  16. Zakmina - "Driving To Nostalgia" (5:34)
  17. DJ Nature - "Goin' On" (6:46)
  18. Toby Tobias - "Trippy Steve" (Fantastic Man dub) (5:51)
  19. Hard Ton - "Don't Believe The Hype" (4:58)
Review: After a decade of the label - and 20 years of putting on parties under the name - Dave Harvey has decided to call time on Futureboogie. He's retiring the brand in style, though, via a triple-vinyl compilation featuring a wealth of unheard material from regular contributors and friends of the family. Given the wealth of high-grade material on show, singling out highlights is tough, but our current favourites include the echoing,'80s alternative pop-meets-proto house dubbiness of Tech Support's 'Writers Block', the alien synths, glassy-eyed stabs and bustling electro drums of Warehouse Preservation Society's 'Ron's House', the kaleidoscopic house psychedelia of Manami's 'Nacros.Is', the bleeping, drug-fuelled oddness of Chez De Milo's 'Need Someone' and the breakbeat-acid insanity of Hard Ton's 'Don't Believe The Hype'.
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All Hours
All Hours (12" + insert)
Cat: ZEN 12588. Rel: 05 Nov 21
  1. Decisions (AM intro) (1:42)
  2. You Could Be (feat George Riley) (3:38)
  3. Real Enough To Feel Good (5:09)
  4. Inna Circle (5:26)
  5. Last Before Lights (6:08)
  6. Quest Select (AM outro) (1:30)
Review: Manchester's revered DJ and producer Anz makes a long-awaited debut on Ninja Tune here with her standout All Hours EP. On it, the artist pays tribute to many different aspects of electronic music from across the ages. It is ambitious in that regard, but more than pulls off the task as it soundtracks a whole 24 hour period. After the warm bass and finger clicks of the opener come upbeat summer melodies and slapping electro-funk on 'You Could Be,' shuffling UKG vibes that are super sweet on 'Real Enough To Feel Good,' blistering old school breaks on 'Inna Circle' and a rave tinged old school and hardcore banger on 'Last Before Lights.' These genre-bending sounds are infectious and joyous in equal measure.
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 in stock $13.90
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Folding
Folding (12")
Cat: REKIDS 191. Rel: 22 Nov 21
  1. Folding (6:13)
  2. Folding (KUSP After Dark remix) (6:38)
  3. Folding (Roman Flugel remix) (6:17)
  4. Folding (Radio Slave New Age Of Love remix) (4:39)
Review: Rekids apply the breaks for an end-of-year jolt of euphoria with rising duo KUSP. Following releases on the likes of Planet Rhythm and Tronic, 'Folding' comes in two halves; the original is a Bicep-flavoured broken beat emotional whirlwind dusted with the sugar-sweet vocals of Pablo Rita while the duo's own After Dark mix takes things back into the pounding 4x4 territory the pair are best known for. In true Rekids fashion, 'Folding' is boosted with two high profile remixes: None other than Roman Flugel takes the lead with an electroid necksnapper while Radio Slave folds all switches, slows the tempo and gives us a moment of pure chill-craft. Every corner covered.
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Sans Musique
Cat: OYSTER 34. Rel: 26 Nov 21
  1. Scully (Earth People mix) (5:33)
  2. Force Of Equilibrium (4:27)
  3. NRJ (7:00)
  4. Teal'c (7:28)
  5. Send It (7:11)
  6. Fantasmas (6:03)
  7. Aurora Eclipse (8:31)
 in stock $25.02
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Perceptual Channels EP
Perceptual Channels EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: EMO 002. Rel: 25 Oct 21
  1. In The Reeds (6:41)
  2. Scrying Mirror (5:50)
  3. Silver Disk (5:59)
  4. Remote Viewing (5:24)
Review: After MOY's 'Orbital Resonance' EP started the label in spectacular fashion, the second release on Damo B's EMOTEC comes from Ritual Poison co-founder BufoBufo. Following a run of releases on Furthur Electronix, Tone Dropout, Partout and Kouncil Cuts, BufoBufo's 'Perceptual Channels' EP merges acid, electro, breakbeats and the emotive melodies that have become a signature of his music. 'In The Reeds' sets burbling 303s and sci-fi synths against shredded drum loops; 'Silver Disk' nods to a love of classic hip-hop and hardcore, with a monstrous electro bassline; 'Scrying Mirror' has lush house chords, addictive bass and dark interludes; and 'Remote Viewing' is a more reflective downtempo piece with a blissed-out top line and influences from ambient and IDM.
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 in stock $13.33
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Rolling With Papers EP
Rolling With Papers EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: UFOS 003. Rel: 01 Nov 21
  1. Rolling With Papers (6:52)
  2. You Want To Have It (6:29)
  3. Tranze Buzz (6:44)
  4. Test This (6:07)
Review: After the slick and tripped-out fare from Seafoam and Future Motion, the next drop on the increasingly promising UFO Series comes from Volen. We don't know anything about the artist at this point in time, but the sounds speak for themselves. Warm, wriggling synth lines with plenty of lysergic liquidity and nimble-footed beats stretching from 909 thrum to rolling breakbeat splendour. Everything's underpinned with an earthy trance vibe which melts into the current zeitgeist beautifully, leaving you with four smart, sophisticated club jams for the dreamiest of dancefloors. Just try dropping 'Tranze Buzz' without the whole room turning into a writhing mass of interpretive dance.
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On The One
On The One (limited 7")
Cat: JAL 363V. Rel: 04 Nov 21
  1. On The One (feat Mr Auden Allen & Renegade Brass Band) (3:25)
  2. Nagu (3:37)
Review: Rising star Sam Redmore has a debut album on the way. That will be one to look out for in 2022, but first he's treating us to a handful of teaser singles. The latest, 'On The One', is genuinely special. Built around a skittish, Tony Allen style drum-beat and complimentary horns from the fantastic Renegade Jazz Brass Band, it's a 21st century update of the Fela Kuti Afrobeat sound topped off with rapped lead vocals from Mr Auden Allen. He continues the party-starting vibe on flipside 'Nagu', a genuinely heavy, full throttle fusion of Afrobeat and house laden with swooping strings, sun-bright funk guitar licks and weighty bass. It isn't quite as cultured as the A-side, but it's still a rock-solid peak-time bomb.
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Experience
Experience (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: XLLP 110. Rel: 27 Sep 92
  1. Jericho (0:30)
  2. Music Reach (1/2/3/4) (0:30)
  3. Wind It Up (0:30)
  4. Your Love (remix) (0:30)
  5. Hyperspeed (G-Force part 2) (0:30)
  6. Charly (Trip Into Drum & Bass version) (0:30)
  7. Out Of Space (0:30)
  8. Everybody In The Place (155 & Rising) (0:30)
  9. Weather Experience (0:30)
  10. Fire (Sunrise version) (0:30)
  11. Ruff In The Jungle Bizness (0:30)
  12. Death Of The Prodigy Dancers (live) (0:30)
 in stock $27.52
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Twin Stix
Twin Stix (white vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: JAL 74V. Rel: 28 Oct 21
  1. My Place (3:52)
  2. Hot & Cold (feat Dionne Charles) (3:38)
  3. Brand Nu (4:32)
  4. Lookin' For Freddie (3:13)
  5. Soopasoul Theme (3:10)
  6. Swing Down (4:41)
  7. Ya Lookin' Tight (4:00)
  8. It's Just Begun (4:13)
  9. Do Me Wrong (feat Sitzka) (3:25)
  10. Twin Stix (3:46)
  11. Hustlin' (3:30)
  12. A Wild Mad Beat (4:10)
 in stock $18.63
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Multi Culti Solstice I
  1. Inigo Vontier & Simple Symmetry - "Hocus Pocus" (6:56)
  2. Ponty Mython - "Pinto La Meah" (6:40)
  3. Pancho Piedra - "Servio" (4:24)
  4. Hermetics & Hannah Lee - "Lux Naturae" (4:58)
  5. Magic Pirate - "Make Me A Jazz Coffee" (3:34)
Review: Nice to see some material from Multi Culti on vinyl this week. The Montreal-based label's brand of off-kilter nu-disco strains are once again on fine display on the first edition of Multi Culti Solstice. Mexican producer Inigo Vontier (Duro) collaborates with Russian duo Simple Symmetry to kick off the first side with the deep, late-night groove of 'Hocus Pocus', followed by the always impressive Ponty Mython with the dusty and blunted junkyard beats of 'Pinto La Meah'. Over on the flip, Hermetics & Hannah Lee get into some seriously low slung oddball business on 'Lux Naturae' and Magic Pirate takes you to a higher state with the meditative rhythms of 'Make Me A Jazz Coffee'.
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 in stock $13.62
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Steadfast EP
Steadfast EP (blue vinyl 12")
Cat: PALMS 048BLUE. Rel: 12 Nov 21
  1. Steadfast (5:24)
  2. Count It Off (5:15)
  3. Rapids (5:52)
  4. In The Ashes (5:11)
Review: Subjoi is the Adelaide, Australia talent who has a long history with Shall Not Fade, but here lands on the Lost Palms label with a brilliantly diverse new EP. It comes hot on the heels of last year's Bias EP but shows a more subdued sound. The EP opens with the garage breaks and deep sub bass of 'Steadfast' which is softened with bittersweet chords and well placed female vocals. 'Count It Off' again roots itself in garage, but with some meaningful chords that really tug at the heart strings. 'Rapids' is another infectious and kinetic cut that brings both physicality and emotion to the dance floor then 'In The Ashes' is a skeletal and stripped back garage cut with an ethereal quality.
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Steel City Dance Discs Volume 24
  1. Dvizhenie (5:20)
  2. Body Journey (6:35)
  3. Mindstab (6:15)
  4. Neo-Plant (6:14)
  5. Can't Stop (6:34)
Review: St Petersburg producer Maruwa crash landed onto dancefloors two years ago via an inspired EP on Lobster Theremin and an equally as robust and mind-altering missive on Mall Grab's Steel City Dance Discs imprint. Here she returns to the latter with more rugged, retro-futurist, rave-igniting treats. We're particularly enjoying pulsating opener 'Dvizhenzie', an acid-smothered fusion of turn-of-the-90s bleep techno and hot-stepping electro, and the unfeasibly dreamy, loved-up breakbeat wonder that is 'Neo-Plant'. Elsewhere, 'Body Journey' and 'Mindstab' offer slightly different takes on Maruwa's psychedelic techno blueprint (she's fast becoming a masterful producer of TB-303 driven insanity), while 'Can't Stop' is a thrillingly energetic fusion of sparkling synth riffs, heavy breaks and breathless bass.
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Disciples Of Dystopia
Cat: SI 004LP. Rel: 15 Nov 21
  1. Disciples Of Dystopia (4:02)
  2. Mind Over Matter (4:53)
  3. Labor Of Love (3:20)
  4. Embrace The Wave (7:18)
  5. Take Me Away (feat Anthea) (6:55)
  6. Odyssey (7:53)
  7. Heated Moment (6:02)
  8. Astral Flight (6:02)
  9. Automated Beats (5:49)
Played by: Jane Fitz
 in stock $23.91
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Out From Out Where (reissue)
Out From Out Where (reissue) (gold marbled vinyl 2xLP + poster + MP3 download code in luminous sleeve)
Cat: ZEN 70X. Rel: 03 Sep 21
  1. Back From Space (4:52)
  2. Verbal (feat MC Decimal R) (3:54)
  3. Chronic Tronic (6:10)
  4. Searchers (5:54)
  5. Hey Blondie (4:26)
  6. Rosies (5:23)
  7. Cosmo Retro Intro Outro (3:41)
  8. Triple Science (5:24)
  9. El Wraith (6:00)
  10. Proper Hoodidge (5:23)
  11. Mighty Micro People (5:45)
Review: RECOMMENDED
Amon Tobin and Ninja Tune is always going to be a combination that produces very impressive results, and in the case of Out From Out Where that's nothing short of an understatement. Taking a break from its new techno direction, this is more along the lines of what the label used to be more focused on, delivering a wild ride through various iterations of electronic noise, touching on hip hop, disco, drum & bass, Arabesque and so much more besides.

Opening on the very rave-y dnb driver 'Back From Space', it's not long before the intensity eases, giving way to the darker, 115BPM breakbeats of 'Verbal' take hold. And by that point you're hooked. Cue a relentless stream of incredibly deep, atmospheric and effective tracks that call to mind the likes of Kruder & Dorfmeister, Coldcut and other luminaries of varied synthesised stuff.
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 in stock $24.46
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Fabric Presents Overmono
OVERMONO/VARIOUS
Cat: FABRIC 209. Rel: 16 Jul 21
  1. Overmono - "So U Kno"
  2. Artwork - "The Soul"
  3. Foremost Poets - "MoonRaker"
  4. Milanese - "Billy Hologram"
  5. Antonio - "Hyperfunk"
  6. Overmono - "If U Ever"
  7. DJ Zank - "Pegassans"
  8. Surgeon & James Ruskin - "Sound Pressure" (part 3)
  9. Holy Ghost - "4AM At The Crying Cactus"
  10. LB Dub Corp - "I Have A Dream" (feat Benjamin Zephaniah)
  11. Plastikman - "Fuk"
  12. For Those I Love - "I Have A Love" (Overmono remix)
  13. DJ Misjah - "Victim"
  14. Powder - "Lost Of Light"
  15. Overmono - "BMW Track"
  16. LCY - "Shhh"
  17. Vex'd - "Pop Pop"
  18. Robert Fleck - "Bromine"
  19. Anz - "Morphing Into Brighter"
  20. Actress - "Caves Of Paradise"
  21. Remarc - "Thunderclap" (Dubplate mix)
  22. Equiknoxx - "A Rabbit Spoke To Me When I Woke Up"
  23. Ed Rush & Optical - "Bacteria"
  24. Orca - "Intellect"
  25. Smith & Mighty - "Film Score"
  26. Blawan - "Fourth Dimensional"
  27. Roy Of The Ravers - "Erolfa"
  28. Sockethead - "When I Close My Eyes I See Paint"
  29. 1995 Epilepsy - "Get 2 Kno"
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Manifold
Manifold (140 gram vinyl double 12" 再プレス)
Cat: VIS 320. Rel: 18 Oct 21
  1. Binary Worlds (8:24)
  2. Covert Ops (5:26)
  3. Shadow Union (5:15)
  4. Isotropic (6:15)
  5. Manifold (6:23)
  6. Mystica (6:12)
  7. Cyclical Pathway (5:36)
  8. Ambrosia (7:13)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Versalife continues a prolific run of deep and dynamic electro soul with this double pack on 20/20 Vision. The scene is set early on with the smoky pads and crisp drums of "Binary Worlds" - equal parts deep-diving machine soul and body-popping 808 funk. Things get nastier with the strafing monosynth punctuating "Covert Ops" and the edgy creep of "Shadow Union" on to "Manifold"s luxuriant sound world. The quality level remains staggeringly high as we trip through classically informed electro of every shade, adding yet another accomplished payload to the formidable Versalife catalogue.




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Cellular Housekeeping
Cat: ESP 106. Rel: 22 Nov 21
  1. Evident Wear (5:08)
  2. Evacuation Zone (7:18)
  3. Autophagy (3:04)
  4. A Long Way To Walk For Bad News (4:43)
  5. Swings In Reactivity (5:13)
  6. Eyes Of Providence (5:26)
  7. Castor & Pollux (6:19)
  8. Eat Thyself, Sustain Thyself (4:39)
  9. Cellular Housekeeping (2:49)
  10. Lorentz Factor (4:54)
  11. Element 115 (4:46)
  12. New Beginning (3:11)
Review: RECOMMENDED
It's hard not to sound like Patrick Conway is paying us to say glowing things when writing about Cellular Housekeeping. Few albums have been released this year that manage to celebrate the multifarious nature of dance music right now compared with this triumph, which casts its stylistic net pretty wide without ever coming across as an artist's performative attempt to look (or sound) like they can make multiple genres.

For the most part, these tunes occupy a kind of hybrid space, somewhere between drum & bass, techno, house, and breaks. They're not committed to any of those, but nor are they ever inauthentic. Work such as 'Eat Thyself, Sustain Thyself', offer a great summation of the small print here - pinpoint precision on the drums, clear innovation in the arrangement. Beats that can make you dance, but not without asking one constant question - just what the f*!k is this?
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Toxic Funk Vol 5
Cat: BBP 187. Rel: 27 May 21
  1. Dirty Glass (3:55)
  2. World Gone Def (3:37)
Review:  Breakbeat Paradise inaugurated their Toxic Funk series last year and did so with big, hard hitting mash up sand reworks of classics. Now they keep up the fierce and fiery sounds with two new killers from Crash Party. 'Dirty Glass' is all raw drums and raw, high speed funk feels and celebratory trumpet stabs. 'World Gone Def' is a more deep cut, boom-bap track with fat bass and plenty of attitude in the vocals.
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Toxic Funk Vol 6
Cat: BBP 195. Rel: 23 Sep 21
  1. Fire (2:54)
  2. Reasons (2:43)
Review: Following fine, party-starting contributions from Badboe, Tom Showtime, Prosper, Gramophone Soul and Second Hand Audio, Breakbeat Paradise has handed a Toxic Funk debut to Greek scene stalwarts Funkin' Basstards. The pair's brand of energy-packed, fattened-up funk is a perfect fit for the series. They deliver two reworks, both of which are beefed-up, floor-ready takes on old funk and soul tunes. On the A-side you'll find the rolling, up-tempo hedonism of 'Fire' - all bustling breaks, diva vocals, rising horns and hard guitars - while the flip boasts 'Reasons', a tidy, head-nodding take on what sounds like a twangy, Southern Soul gem from the 1960s. Their take combines elements of their source material as well as a few brand-new samples, cuts and musical elements.
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I Own Your Energy
Cat: TIMEDANCE 025. Rel: 11 Nov 21
  1. I Own Your Energy (4:08)
  2. Inner Space (4:57)
  3. Go Deeper (4:44)
  4. Deep Breath (5:05)
Review: It's been two long years since Omar McCutcheon AKA Batu put out an EP on his popular Timedance label, so the arrival of I Own Your Energy is most welcome. In keeping with the weighty, mind-mangling "techno-not-techno" style he's developed over the last decade, the EP is full to bursting with hard-to-pigeonhole, sub-heavy excursions aimed fairly and squarely at UK bass dancefloors. Title track 'I Own Your Energy' wraps metallic motifs and echoing electronics to a sturdy post-dubstep beat, while 'Inner Space' is a fizzing, heavyweight techno workout that boasts some surprising (but inspired) sounds. Over on the flip, 'Go Deeper' is a sleazy and breathless polyrhythmic techno jam with a lo-fi edge, and 'Deep Breath' sounds like a Bristolian take on LFO circa Frequencies.
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 in stock $9.18
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Cherry Drops: Part One
Cat: FEEL YRHEAD. Rel: 08 Oct 21
  1. Eye Flow Wide (5:28)
  2. Bodiesinheaven (I) (7:39)
  3. Cherry Drops (7:46)
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Love Somebody
Cat: JAL 355V. Rel: 02 Sep 21
  1. Love Somebody (2:51)
  2. Promised Land (3:22)
Review: The JalapeNo label never fails to serve up the sort of hot and spicy funk sounds that electrify dance floors. It is UK beatmakers The Allergies who take care of this one with fire-in-the-hole future classics that pack powerful punches with their famous signature sound. First up is the vintage funk of 'Love Somebody' with its big and beefy breaks and vintage sounds. On the flipside is 'Promised Land' which is the title track from the forthcoming album. It's a big and bulky breakbeat smasher that will get the feet tapping and the fists pumping.
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 in stock $16.40
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Bless
Bless (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIVID 07. Rel: 04 Oct 21
  1. Bless (5:34)
  2. We Come In Pieces (5:34)
  3. Too Dread (5:47)
  4. All Out (5:21)
Review: Vivid does a fine line in breakbeat, techno and bass and has killer cuts from Borai and Tomashi in its discography. Now they look to Yosh who has two EPs ready for the label. This one kicks off with the rinsing old school jungle breaks of 'Bless', which is all dark energy and jerking rhythms. 'We Come In Pieces' is just as kinked with devastating drum programming, and 'Too Dread' gets a little more euphoric with its warm pads strewn over the top of the knotted bass and busy drums. Closer 'All Out' is another bit of pure dance floor bliss.
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The Great Red Spot EP
The Great Red Spot EP (translucent red vinyl 12")
Cat: INTLC 009RED. Rel: 22 Oct 21
  1. Red Spot (4:54)
  2. Slap (5:05)
  3. Death Clock (Jensen Interceptor remix) (5:04)
  4. Death Clock (VIP mix) (4:33)
  5. Statistics (4:41)
Review: Dystopian dramatist Djedjotronic is your pilot for this intergalactic trip on International Chrome. It is the label's ninth EP and is another standout offering that starts with twisted electro bass, cyborg funk and heavy, steel-plated drums. 'Slap' then layers up the melodies in a way that recalls Kraftwerk, but the drums and synths around them are much more militant and brutalist. 'Death Clock' then comes first as a searing, visceral rework by Jensen Interceptor and a darker, slower VIP Mix, Last of all, 'Statistics' closes out with bumping bass and crunchy hits that fizz and hiss.
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No Tourists
No Tourists (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 405053 8426298. Rel: 02 Nov 18
  1. Need Some1 (2:42)
  2. Light Up The Sky (3:20)
  3. We Live Forever (3:44)
  4. No Tourists (4:18)
  5. Fight Fire With Fire (feat Ho99o9) (3:30)
  6. Timebomb Zone (3:25)
  7. Champions Of London (4:52)
  8. Boom Boom Tap (4:07)
  9. Resonate (3:47)
  10. Give Me A Signal (feat Barns Courtney) (3:55)
Review: Since defining the band's hybrid rock-rave sound with 1994's "Music For The Jilted Generation" and 1997's "The Fat of the Land", Prodigy main man Liam Howlett has largely stuck to his guns. He is, after all, incredibly good at what he does, and the formula has given us a string of bombastic, full-throttle singles and albums that have lasted the test of time. "No Tourists", Howlett and company's first full-length in three years, offers plenty of trademark festival-friendly workouts, hard-wired dancefloor smashers and fuzzy, all-action cuts. Judged on these terms, it's a triumph. Fans of the band's trademark brand of slamming sonic hedonism will love it.
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 in stock $21.68
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LESS EP (feat Maher Daniel remix)
Cat: BMVMT 004. Rel: 11 Oct 21
  1. Look Around (6:39)
  2. Eternals (6:16)
  3. Sun Raves (6:30)
  4. Sun Raves (Maher Daniel remix) (7:52)
Review: North Phase is an emergent collaborative project from James Burnham and Robert James, both already well-established in the minimal tech house scene under their own steam. In joining forces they're turning their focus towards breakbeat, having already appeared on Pilot opposite Kolter. This time around, they're going it alone with three original bombs of rolling breaks honed into a sharp, DJ-friendly unit. 'Look Around' is the big, chunky workout in contrast to the crafty, organ-licked touch of 'Eternals'. 'Sun Raves' meanwhile takes things into deep, evocative territory and comes off as the strongest track on the record in the process. So much so, Maher Daniel stepped up to remix it and turned it into a sparkling electro-breaks turn for sweet and spiritual sesh heads.
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 in stock $11.11
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Synthetic Memory Systems Volume 1
  1. Memories & Dreams (2:43)
  2. Flash Of The Spirit (5:46)
  3. M2-9 (6:12)
  4. Soul & Mind (6:41)
  5. Perfect Storm (6:07)
  6. Age Of Hyperion (5:45)
  7. Hen-1357 (4:52)
  8. Made In Japan (5:39)
  9. The Little Ghost (6:14)
  10. Mira (6:46)
  11. Albor Tholas (2:20)
  12. Glasgow Energy Source (7:28)
  13. The Microbeam (8:31)
  14. Phototropic (3:36)
  15. The Eternal Loop (7:00)
  16. Life Creation (6:23)
Review: Given the style's love of sci-fi themes and stargazing, it's perhaps not surprising that electro artists love recording concept albums. Edinburgh outfit Alien Communications triple-vinyl debut album, Synthetic Memory Systems Volume 1, is one such set. It reportedly tells the story (in sound) of "E-8190" and her attempts to use "SMS technology to transcend dream states and visit realms beyond what we now know as reality". Regardless of the supposed narrative, it's a terrific album whose sparkling, emotive and undeniably intergalactic tracks are not only packed with numerous variations on the electro blueprint, but also excursions into swirling ambient techno, revivalist bleep, acid and IDM. If you dig high-quality, melody-rich electro, you'll love it.
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 in stock $25.56
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Always Inside Your Head
Cat: GREC 90. Rel: 22 Oct 21
  1. Hidden By Horizons
  2. Realise
  3. Echo Paths
  4. Visited By Astronauts
  5. Inlove2
  6. Mouth Of God
  7. Akoya
  8. Tree For Life
  9. Undaunted
  10. Coming Into Being & Passing Away
 in stock $12.22
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Requiem For A Rave
Requiem For A Rave (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: BV 50. Rel: 02 Nov 21
  1. RMX (5:06)
  2. To The Place (5:23)
  3. Hate (5:13)
  4. Ultrareal (4:52)
  5. Fontalic (6:12)
  6. Proof & Fade (6:13)
  7. Tunnel (5:59)
  8. Rushing High (8:05)
  9. MCRD (2:52)
  10. Homecoming (4:27)
  11. Take Me Back (6:01)
Review: Posthuman, the duo of Richard Bevan and Joshu Doherty present the latest full length release on their Balkan Vinyl imprint titled Requiem For a Rave, where they get nostalgic about their teenage years growing up in Scotland and the north east of England. The album conjures up memories of raves in the fields, cassette recordings of pirate radio stations, mixtapes, strange warehouses, strobelights and dancefloors. Indeed you can pick up on these sentiments throughout the album, from the ruffneck ting of opener 'RMX', to the cavernous tunnel vision of 'Fontalic', the acid trance euphoria of 'Proof & Fade' and the early '90s rave throwback of 'Rushing High'. Prepare to go all the way back.
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 in stock $21.96
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Turn It Up: Da Remix EP
Turn It Up: Da Remix EP (hand-numbered hand-stamped 12" limited to 100 copies)
Cat: HYPD 01. Rel: 03 Nov 21
  1. Turn It Up (ScratchstraMental mix) (4:41)
  2. Turn It Up (HDC Natural Delection mix) (8:54)
  3. Turn It Up (Sam Kins House Of Love mix) (6:25)
  4. Transfer (dub) (7:02)
 in stock $13.33
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EARWAX 002
EARWAX 002 (hand-stamped 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: EARWAX 002. Rel: 02 Nov 21
  1. Heritage & Delo - "Undesirable" (6:02)
  2. Low End Activist - "Circle Speak" (4:13)
  3. Krotone - "Immersed" (6:23)
  4. Krotone - "Immersed" (Yosh remix) (5:44)
Review: The Ear Full of Wax continues to serve up lovingly presented packages - a white label hand-stamped 12" limited to 300 copies this time with music from a range of underground heads. This long-awaited second outing showcases a variety of experimental club sounds starting with Heritage & Delo's icy and minimal stepper 'Undesirable.' Low End Activist gets dark and dirty with his fizzing bass workout and Krotone's 'Immersed' is then a cluster of numbing beats and hits that also comes as a Yosh remix that is a busy breakbeat banger.
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 in stock $14.45
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Melancholic Raver
Cat: PEX 001. Rel: 10 Nov 21
  1. Differential Equations (6:37)
  2. Now It Is Personal (5:43)
  3. Melancholic Raver (6:07)
  4. Melancholic Raver (Aki Aki remix) (5:44)
 in stock $14.18
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More Music For The Jilted Generation
Cat: XLCD 267. Rel: 31 Jul 08
  1. Intro
  2. Break & Enter
  3. Their Law (feat Pop Will Eat Itself)
  4. Full Throttle
  5. Voodoo People
  6. Speedway (theme from Fastlane)
  7. The Heat (The Energy)
  8. Poison
  9. No Good (Start The Dance)
  10. One Love/The Narcotic Suite (edit)
  11. 3 Kilos
  12. Skylined
  13. Claustrophobic Sting
  14. Voodoo People (Radio 1, Maida Vale session)
  15. Poison (Radio 1, Maida Vale session)
  16. Break & Enter (2005 live edit)
  17. Their Law (live at Pukkelpop)
  18. No Good (Start The Dance) (Bad For You mix)
  19. Scienide
  20. Goa (The Heat The Energy part 2)
  21. Rat Poiaon
  22. Voodoo People (Dust Brothers remix)
 in stock $8.89
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No Geography
No Geography (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: XDUSTLP 11. Rel: 12 Apr 19
  1. Eve Of Destruction (4:40)
  2. Bango (4:08)
  3. No Geography (3:13)
  4. Got To Keep On (5:17)
  5. Gravity Drops (4:38)
  6. The Universe Sent Me (6:03)
  7. We've Got To Try (3:39)
  8. Free Yourself (4:21)
  9. MAH (5:37)
  10. Catch Me I'm Falling (5:19)
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 $33.92
39
Loco Remezclada
Loco Remezclada (limited gatefold coloured vinyl 2xLP + coloured vinyl 12" + MP3 download code in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: RLSTUMM 454. Rel: 05 Nov 21
  1. Down & Dirty (Mr Dan remix)
  2. Friends Around Us (Lou Hayter remix)
  3. Bouncy Bouncy (Chop & Drop LoneLady mix)
  4. Yo Yo Gimix (The Orielles remix) (5:23)
  5. Supafreak (Massey mix) (6:27)
  6. Always In Love (Skream remix) (4:41)
  7. Family (Finger Tip mix Suite) (12:52)
  8. Get A Grip (Maps remix) (5:38)
  9. Berlin (Cosmodelica remix) (7:08)
  10. What's Wrong (SYT DMT mix) (5:06)
  11. Taxi Guy (Number rework) (4:55)
  12. Always In Love (Muddy Feet remix) (7:02)
  13. Friends Around Us (The Lounge Society remix) (4:23)
 in stock $28.63
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Ground Control
Cat: 019029 6683947. Rel: 03 Sep 21
  1. Come Over (feat Anne-Marie & Tion Wayne)
  2. Jumper (feat Kareen Lomax)
  3. Straight From The Heart (feat Norskov)
  4. Ghost (feat Hardy Caprio)
  5. Rudimental x MJ Cole - "Remember Their Names" (feat Josh Barry)
  6. James Vincent McMorrow x Rudimental - "Be Somebody"
  7. Be the One (feat Morgan, Digga D & Tike)
  8. Handle My Own (feat Ella Henderson)
  9. Rudimental x Skream - "So Sorry"
  10. Distance (feat Maverick Sabre & Kojey Radical)
  11. Make Your Move (feat Keeya Keys & Norskov)
  12. Rudimental X The Game X D Double E X Backroad Gee - "Instajets"
  13. Krazy (feat Afronaut Zu)
  14. Hostess (feat Morgan)
  15. C'est Fini (feat RV & Lowkey)
  16. Rudimental X 2Fox - "Keep Your Head Up" (feat Hamzaa & House Gospel Choir)
Review: Having made a name for themselves as an internationally renowned live act, transferring the energy and drive of drum & bass into festival and gig environments, the Hackney band have moved on to become accomplished hitmakers. Their sound nowadays encompasses the whole range of so called urban music, from underground sounds like d&b and UKG, to hip-hop, soul and gospel. 'Ground Control' sees them revolving all round this musical universe, with a host of guests from MJ Cole to Josh Barry, whose vocal gives the Black Lives Matter-themed 'Remember Their Names' a dignified beauty.
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 in stock $10.05
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Better Living Through Chemistry: 20th Anniversary Edition
Cat: 405053 8219388. Rel: 23 Sep 16
  1. Song For Lindy (4:49)
  2. 10th & Crenshaw (4:18)
  3. Give The Po' Man A Break (5:51)
  4. Going Out Of My Head (5:11)
  5. Everybody Needs A 303 (5:49)
  6. First Down (6:17)
  7. The Weekend Starts Here (6:41)
  8. The Sound Of Milwaukee (6:20)
  9. Santa Cruz (7:27)
  10. Punk To Funk (4:58)
  11. Grenshaw Siren Beats (2:59)
 in stock $24.74
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Total Comfort EP
Cat: RHM 040. Rel: 15 Oct 21
  1. Total Comfort (6:52)
  2. Q On 6 (5:41)
  3. Foam To (5:24)
  4. Connect In Rest (5:18)
Played by: Dustin Zahn
 in stock $10.57
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Exit Planet Earth: Hydrogen
Exit Planet Earth: Hydrogen (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: EPE 04. Rel: 08 Feb 21
  1. Sync 24 - "The Rising" (7:14)
  2. Reptant & Dashiell - "Gortexa" (6:02)
  3. Kosh - "Chaos In The City" (5:54)
  4. James Shinra - "Launch" (6:26)
Played by: Wes Baggaley, Plant43
 in stock $11.11
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Sktch
Sktch (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: IT 048. Rel: 09 Jun 21
  1. Sarec (5:45)
  2. Wired (4:56)
  3. Auxl (4:39)
  4. Kjone (4:13)
Review: Ilian Tape staple Andrea returns to the imprint, marking a big one for the Munich-based operation with a massive album by Skee Mask also this week. As always, UK and rave influences are abundant throughout the talented producer's work and this one is no exception. This EP is called Sktch and features the cavernous, glacial and downright knackered dub techno of 'Sarec', followed by the sinister subterranean breaks of Auxl and the meditative deep dubstep frequencies of 'Kjones' which sees him delve deeper into off kilter territory.
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 in stock $12.51
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Palookaville
Cat: BRASSIC 29LP. Rel: 02 Oct 04
  1. Don't Let The Man Get You Down
  2. Slash Dot Dash
  3. Jin Go Lo Ba
  4. Long Way From Home
  5. Put It Back Together
  6. Mi Bebe Masoquista
  7. Push & Shove
  8. North West Three
  9. The Journey
  10. Wonderful Night
  11. Song For Chesh
  12. The Joker
 in stock $18.63
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Rafi's Revenge: 20th Anniversary Edition
Rafi's Revenge: 20th Anniversary Edition (gatefold white vinyl 2xLP + booklet)
Cat: LMS 5521230. Rel: 22 Mar 19
  1. Naxalite (4:44)
  2. Buzzin (4:30)
  3. Black White (3:37)
  4. Assassin (4:03)
  5. Hypocrite (3:48)
  6. Charge (3:39)
  7. Free Satpal Ram (3:46)
  8. Dub Mentality (4:29)
  9. Culture Move (4:32)
  10. Operation Eagle Lie (3:22)
  11. Change (3:10)
  12. Tribute To John Stevens (5:17)
 in stock $13.90
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Forgotten Moments
Forgotten Moments (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CRTL 013. Rel: 05 Jul 21
  1. Dark & Light (5:36)
  2. ROR2 - Spice (5:19)
  3. The Gateway (5:37)
  4. Splinter (4:59)
  5. Forgotten Moments (4:10)
Review: Scott Hallam has been an acid devotee since the early days, and he's largely put out his music on his own Axia label. While most of that is digital-only, now Cartulis have picked up on the considerable talents of this hardware lifer and presented five of his finest works on wax. The vibe veers tremendously, touching on dark and sinewy dungeon acid, boxy electro workouts, strangely psychedelic hardcore and plenty more besides. Hallam's style feels betrothed to the outboard approach - it's all synths and drum machines to these ears, and its immediacy is a big part of the charm. That, and the playful personality he works into those wigged out acid lines and pinging FX.
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 in stock $11.95
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Aces & Eights EP
Cat: HHANDS 020. Rel: 08 Sep 21
  1. Aces & Eights (6:09)
  2. Twocking (5:03)
  3. Muck (5:32)
  4. Achey Breaky (6:23)
Review: Desert Sound Colony's Holding Hands has been turbo-charging dance floors for a couple of years now. And just 18 months after serving up the 10th release comes the 20th, which is another mutant fusion of bass, techno, dark garage and acid. Brazen takes care of the beats, opening with some jacked up kicks and rave-y melodic sequences, before 'Twocking' offers a skeletal garage groove, 'Muck' layers up warped synths and heavy sub bass into a physical groove and 'Achey Breaky' offers precision drum programming, throwback bass and jungle vibes to blow up any spot.
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 in stock $13.06
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Realism I & II
Realism I & II (white vinyl 12" + clear vinyl 7" + insert)
Cat: REALITY 20182/REALITY 20183. Rel: 26 Aug 21
  1. Miracle (4:09)
  2. Give Me Love (The Ambientist remix I) (5:07)
  3. The Park (4:35)
  4. Rewind (6:58)
  5. Yours (24 March mix live) (4:46)
  6. First Touch (Scraps Of Poetry 606 Reduce) (4:37)
  7. Give Me Love (The Ambientist remix II) (5:04)
  8. Hirosaki (5:53)
Review: More blissed out chilled breakbeat from Rising Sun aka Steffen Laschinski.
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 in stock $21.40
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No Car Big Garage EP
No Car Big Garage EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HB 017. Rel: 12 Feb 21
  1. Why Does The Lion Get Lost In The Jungle?! (6:31)
  2. No Car, Big Garage (6:50)
  3. He Displays Nothing But... (9:05)
Review: Half Baked return with a serious heater from Arno, who explores all kinds of crafty twists on the garage and electro resurgences with one eye on the minimal scene. This is hardly minimal music though - 'Why Does The Lion Get Lost In The Jungle?!' rattles through pan pot percussion and twitchy breakstep rhythm formations while nagging synth lines and plenty of sub flex make for an especially naughty club wrecker. 'No Car, Big Garage' brings a little machine funk into the mix with some killer DX7 organ bass for good measure. 'He Displays Nothing But...' takes things in a more housey direction with some crisp 909 claps and a vivid, trippy backdrop of vocal samples and nimble synth lines. Classy, inventive dance music for the freaky people.
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 in stock $9.45
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