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Dry (limited 7")
Cat: HTH 036. Rel: 23 Feb 15
  1. Dry (4:11)
  2. Body (3:11)
Thin Air
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Thin Air (12")
Cat: 116 DSR. Rel: 25 Apr 16
  1. Thin Air (7:28)
  2. I Repeat (6:06)
  3. All Out (8:03)
  4. Waybackmachine (5:58)
Review: A Made Up Sound man Dave Huismans is not messing around on this 12", his first outing on Delsin for six years. Opener "Thin Air" may contain creepy melodies, strange samples and curious orchestral samples, but these largely play second fiddle to a booming techno rhythm. "All Out" and "Waybackmachine" also hit home hard, with trademark rhythmic madness and densely layered chords combining to create two hectic and intense broken techno smashers. Even the EP's most laidback moment, the noticeably deeper "I Repeat", owes its' power to a surging sub-bass line and some snappy post-dubstep rhythms, rather than its' faintly unsettling electronics and melancholic musical elements.
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Icons EP
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Icons EP (12")
Cat: TEC 080. Rel: 01 Dec 14
  1. Ping
  2. Blue Moon
  3. Icon
  4. Reload
Played by: Untold
Review: Having previously popped up on Cold Recordings with some bleak and futuristic techno, Acre now moves from one Pinch-helmed label to another, making his Tectonic debut with a thunderous clout sure to firmly establish him in the melee of contemporary darkside producers. "Ping" flits between hoover rave pressure, grubby drum breaks and razor-sharp drum programming with deftness, while "Blue Moon" has a psychoactive quality about its finely realised blips and bleeps. "Icon" is an even more daring excursion into a kind of futuristic tribalism, while "Reload" eschews the dancefloor altogether in favour of an experimental study in sound design. It's staggering material produced with flair and imagination, and it sounds like nothing else out there right now.
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Symbols EP
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Symbols EP (limited 12")
Cat: P13 001. Rel: 22 Dec 14
  1. Symbols
  2. O
  3. Retrograde Loops (part 2)
Review: Manchester club night Project 13 expands operations in a most logical of fashions here with a new record label, wisely turning to one of their hotly tipped residents to inaugurate proceedings. You should know all about Acre's killer debut on Tectonic that just dropped and the Mancunian brings similar levels of heat and rhythmic imagination to the table on this Symbols EP. The title track is a perfect example of the exciting sounds coming from those wedged inbetween techno, bass, and dubstep, and could easily be mistaken for an unreleased Untold cut from '09. Complementing this, both "O" and "Retrograde Loops (part 2)" align more explicitly to techno, though the manner in which Acre's drums cascade chaotically around the channels are a pleasure to behold. Keep an eye on this one.
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Cat: CDS 01. Rel: 27 Jul 15
  1. Drumz 34 (4:31)
  2. Flash Speed (4:47)
  3. Trashed (2:37)
  4. Life (3:28)
  5. Unknown (3:29)
  6. Blood Artist (3:59)
Review: Visionist's Lost Codes label gets rebooted as a new sublabel to PAN, laying down some foundations ahead of the UK artist's long-mooted debut album for the Berlin label. Overseen by both Visionist and PAN founder Bill Kouligas, the first Codes release brings together two artists who have previously excelled on Lost Codes in Acre and Filter Dread. Working together for the first time, the six track Interference suggests this is a deadly partnership that should be given the platform to express itself further. Degraded 8bit sounds permeate opener "Drumz34" which comes across like early Actress played at the wrong speed, whilst sickeningly good sub bass is deployed on "Flash Speed" and "Trashed" is a superb exercise in slack jawed drum programming. Some cavernous bass kicks on this one. "Life" is wonderfully slippery in full flow, whilst "Unknown" is up there with Gramrcy's "Ruffian" in the heavyweight contenders of the year stakes.
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Fabriclive 80: Mumdance Album Sampler 2
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Fabriclive 80: Mumdance Album Sampler 2 (10" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: 10FAB 015B. Rel: 08 Jun 15
  1. Acre - "No Signal" (3:57)
  2. Fis - "Branch Light" (3:15)
Review: Mumdance recently said he approached Fabric himself with the idea of doing a mix for their iconic long-running fabric live series and it's a good thing he did as his Fabriclive 80 was an eye-popping journey through experimental electronics, weightless club music and old hardcore favourites. The producer also managed to secure a ton of exclusives for the mix, two of which feature on this second and final 10" sampler. Up first is Mancunian bass heavyweight Acre whose " No Signal" sounds all the more hefty removed from its original context in Fabriclive 80, whilst New Zealand sonic explorer Fis is at his degraded best on the speaker shattering "Branch Light".
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Footcrab Edits
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Cat: GROOVE 002. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. Footcrab (Denham edit) (5:00)
  2. Footcrab (AG edit) (5:24)
Played by: HOVE
Review: Under the name Addison Groove, UK producer Tony Williams has racked up a healthy discography over the past 6 years. Say the name Addison Groove though, and most heads will start chanting, "Footcrab, Footcrab, Footcrab," such is the seminal nature of his breakout Swamp 81 drop. Out of nowhere comes this fresh pair of edits from Denham and AG aka Addison Groove himself. The former adds some extra boom to the original with some deadly amen breaks and off-kilter 808 kicks, offering a nice counterpart to AG's own contemporary revision on the flip. After remaining dubplate only for a few years, it's nice to see this slick version finally available on wax.
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Fruit Crush EP
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Cat: LMNL 005. Rel: 02 Mar 15
  1. Fruit Crush
  2. Shape Cut
  3. Armour Form (feat Strict Face)
Core Work
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Core Work (12")
Cat: DECISIONS 1. Rel: 26 Oct 15
  1. Core Work (5:04)
  2. Expenditure (4:50)
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Believe (12")
Cat: 1800 02. Rel: 21 Jul 14
  1. Believe
  2. Shekure
  3. Shirin
  4. Hundred Years
Review: It's been a while since we were last treated to a fresh release from Airhead, but now he's back with a four tracker for the 1800-Dinosaur imprint, which finds his wayward beat science spanning all kinds of moods and tempos. The lead track sports some house-orientated signifiers but there's still plenty of room for grubby bass and off-kilter percussion without sacrificing the groove. "Shirin" meanwhile flexes a grime attitude over some loose rolling drums with a hand played feel that offsets the plastic string stabs perfectly. "Shekure" has greater links to the earlier Airhead output, keeping things sparse and fractious while the tense atmosphere reins supreme, and then "Hundred Years" delivers another swerve loaded with powerful pads and tweaked out hip hop vocals.
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Rust (12")
Cat: K7321 EP1. Rel: 29 Jun 15
  1. Rust (4:09)
  2. Rust (Midland remix) (6:51)
HTH 040
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HTH 040 (12")
Cat: HTH 040. Rel: 25 May 15
  1. Gravure/Continuum (Fis Hayfield To New Mills version) (7:01)
  2. Gravure/Continuum (Regis Whip Hand mix) (6:08)
Review: This 12" sees the welcome vinyl edition of remixes of Akkord's "Gravure/Continuum" from Fis and Regis which originally appeared on a CD issued through Fabric's Houndstooth label earlier this year. With the Mancunian duo possessing such a clinical take on rhythmic construction; it's always interesting to see how artists commissioned to remix Akkord choose to approach the task. Sometime Tri Angle artist Fis is on impeccable form twisting the track into paganistic string-laden ambience on his self-styled 'Hayfield To New Mills' version which brings to mind "Hashshashin Chant" era Demdike Stare. Downwards boss Regis goes for gravelly broken techno on his 'Whip Hand' mix though he channels similar levels of spectral foreboding to Fis in the underlying human groans set deep in the mix.
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HTH020 (12")
Cat: HTH 020. Rel: 16 Jun 14
  1. Gravure
  2. Continuum
  3. Typeface
  4. Greyscale
Review: Indigo and Synkro return for Houndstooth duty under the Akkord guise, with HTH020 their first material for the fabric-affiliated label since last year's roundly praised debut album. That long player was perhaps the most confident display of the sound design-heavy production style the Mancunian pair had been narrowing in on since their cultish white label bow, but this new 12" finds them adding whole new levels of darkness to the mix. Moody low end sits deep in the channels; given the space to breath by Akkord who seem careful to restrict their drum samples to the barest of appearances at times (see "Gravure") whilst those out there that enjoyed the Millie + Andrea album for Modern Love will probably gravitate towards "Continuum" which showcases a murky, raw take on breakbeat-led jungle.
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Obelisk (10")
Cat: HTH 045. Rel: 16 Nov 15
  1. I - Monolith (3:39)
  2. II - Megalith (6:17)
Played by: Circular Rhythms
Review: Manchester's Akkord have been heavily involved with the development of Fabric's Houndstooth label, and the majority of their output has come from the legendary club's young and vibrant new imprint. Much like fellow Mancunians Demdike Stare, their sound is hard to categorise and distil into one genre; the present "Monolith" sits somewhere between the sparser of Shackleton's tunes, and the whirlpool of styles and genres that fit into the ambient/drone territory. Similarly, "Megalith", on the other hand, is a broken artillery of kicks and sporadic jungle breaks, a gorgeous pile of stop-start bass and drums that keep darting in and out from all corners. Ever thought what 3D music might sound like? This goes pretty damn near. Warmly recommended.
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The Beastly Ghastly
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Cat: HOYA 006. Rel: 16 Sep 13
  1. The Beastly Ghastly
  2. The Flattery Of Stalkers
  3. Once Bitten Twice Removed
Review: Hoya Hoya's resurgent label arm continues to impress, following that excellent 12" from the man JTC with a three tracker of optimum quality from one of the UK's most undervalued talents; Altered Natives. Amusingly entitled The Beastly Ghastly, this 12" is a glowing example of why more people need to know about Danny Yorke. Apparently the decision to sign up Mr Natives came after he completely destroyed the Hoya Hoya dancefloor with the unabashed slab of rudeness that is the title track a few months back - good work HH and good work AN! On the flip, you get a more considered side to Altered Natives on two brilliantly named tracks in "The Flattery Of Stalkers" and "Once Bitten Twice Removed" with the freeform stutter of the latter particularly memorable.
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As EP (12")
Cat: YT 151. Rel: 04 Apr 16
  1. Gardens Need Walls (3:44)
  2. Chingy (2:22)
  3. Crust (3:14)
  4. Wood Gas (3:31)
  5. Want It (3:38)
  6. Atlas (4:40)
Kush In Da Sound
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Cat: RWINA 028. Rel: 24 Aug 15
  1. La Duro Electrica (5:39)
  2. Reload The Hype Up System (5:08)
  3. La Duro Sonido (3:23)
  4. Hola Electrico (2:50)
  5. What The Fack! (5:59)
  6. Just A Test (2:15)
Review: Last seen on Planet Mu back in 2011 with the superb debut album Anti G Presents Kentje'sz Beatsz, young Dutch producer Anti-G (aka Kenrick Connor) resurfaces with some long overdue new material for the Amsterdam operation Rwina. As on that album, the Hague-based producer's twisted take on bubbling is deployed to deadly effect on the six tracks that make up Kush In Da Sound with traces of UK Funky, reggaeton, hip hop and grime all thrown into the mixer. A quite eye-opening collection of cuts that suggest a new level of deadliness has been achieved by Connor and you could easily slip these productions into a set alongside some of the new footwork stuff and Principe's ever growing clutch of Lisbon talent.
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Two Thousand Six
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Cat: CHURCH 004. Rel: 07 Apr 14
  1. Two Thousand Six
  2. Two Thousand Six (Chaos In The CBD remix)
  3. Cold Love
  4. Cold Love (Seb Wildblood remix)
Review: London bass night and label Church return with their first offering of 2014 and the first original material from resident Apes. Putting into practice the methods learnt on a bunch of remixes for Church, "Two Thousand Six" finds Apes ploughing the kind of weighty, heavily swung techno that is so popular right now, and is complemented well by the warmth and subtlety brought to the table on Chaos In The CDB's subsequent remix. If the A Side is all about immediacy and power, then Apes B Side track "Cold Love" shows a calmer side to his production palette and is notable for some orgasmic male vocal sampling. Fellow Churchman Seb Wildblood ends proceedings with a doleful, melodically driven remix of "Cold Love".
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Other Side Of The Sky
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Other Side Of The Sky (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: TEMPA 105. Rel: 21 Mar 16
  1. Other Side Of The Sky (7:26)
  2. Other Side Of The Sky (Appleblim remix) (6:17)
Review: Fresh from his excellent ebm-influenced debut album, UK producer Julian 'October' Smith October looks to a more reflective approach. Working with his long-term collaborator and fellow Bristolian Appleblim, he lays down an lurching, acid-soaked bass and jittery drums on "Other Side of the Sky". These elements complement the melodic chord sequence that flutter their way through the arrangement. On the flip side, Appleblim delivers a remix; retaining the mellow chords but replacing the backing with a stepping, dub-wise rhythm, it makes for a gloriously blissed out take on the dance floor-based original version.
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Hall Of Human Origins
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Cat: SUS 001. Rel: 30 Sep 13
  1. Chronomancer
  2. Joyce Drop
  3. Wrong Apartment (Worms)
  4. I Know About Robert's World
  5. Hall Of Human Origins
Review: Brooklyn multi-instrumentalist trio Archie Pelago step up to inaugurate the Styles Upon Styles label proper with the Hall of Human Origins EP. Previously, SUS have been issuing music under the excellent conceptual BASH series, and their decision to branch out from that is justified with this excellent release from Archie Pelago. Brought to wider attention on last year's self titled debut on Mr Saturday Night, the trio of Hirshi, Kroba and Cosmo D have garnered subsequent praise for their output on Well Rounded and their own Archie Pelago Music imprint. For the uninitiated Archie Pelago focus on an organic and texturally intricate approach to electronic music which they themselves describe as "keep it human, give it soul" and the Hall of Human Origins EP maintains the standards of their previous output. Numerous tempos are covered across the five tracks with "Chronomancer" and "Wrong Apartment (Worms)" stand outs.
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Cat: VSE 002. Rel: 09 Apr 12
  1. Vitamin D
  2. Holographic
  3. Purple City
Lazy Thunder EP
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Cat: LOW 015. Rel: 30 Sep 13
  1. IL404
  2. Moebius' Travels
  3. Little Brother (feat Ella)
  4. Ghost In The Machine
  5. Moebius' Travels (Sam A La Bamalot remix)
  6. IL404 (Flako remix)
Velez (A Made Up Sound remixes)
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Cat: LIVITY 010. Rel: 31 Mar 14
  1. Velez (A Made Up Sound remix 1)
  2. Velez (A Made Up Sound remix 2)
Review: The Livity Sound Remix series continues apace in high profile fashion as Asusu's "Velez" is honoured with two reworks from A Made Up Sound. Announced only last month, the series looks to be gathering a pace that's as unrelenting as the music brandished within, and you get the feeling Dave Huismans was one of the first names on the list when Pev, Kowton and Asusu were drawing up who to approach. Whether it's as 2562 or A Made Up Sound, the Dutchman's swung rhythms and weighty productions bare a similar lineage to Livity Sound's bass heavy mutations. It's hard to pick a winner here, with "Velez" sounding equally potent in chime-heavy form on the A Side and the flip's much weightier version augmented by some squeaky acid effects.
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Solitude EP
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Cat: LDN 062. Rel: 23 May 16
  1. Solitude (5:07)
  2. On The Cusp (4:51)
  3. Alone In A Timespan (4:05)
  4. Calm (4:49)
Review: Keysound's South Coast connection expands as Atlas, a Brighton contemporary to Etch, is welcomed into the fold with the Solitude EP which stretches the boundaries of the label's rollage aesthetic, weightless synth experimentation and established sub heavy paradigms to near breaking point. Keysound followers should recognise the title cut, it's been a set opener for Dusk + Blackdown for well over a year and it's easy to see why. A palate cleansing opener subtly shifts towards intricate, skeletal drum flickers and sub gravity and the sort of emotional apex "Hyph Mngo" once delivered. Atlas deploys a similar approach on subsequent track "On The Cusp" whilst the B-side features some superb experiments in bass science. The dubby, bass-heavy rollage of "Calm" is a fine way to end a super Keysound debut.
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Sub Tempus
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Sub Tempus (limited 7")
Cat: MSLX 004. Rel: 09 Nov 15
  1. Sub Tempus (5:00)
  2. That Slo Mo (3:33)
Played by: Hubbz, Spilt Milk
Bubble Clocks
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Cat: 3EEP 201507. Rel: 09 Nov 15
  1. Talking Proud (6:47)
  2. Bubble Clocks (9:32)
  3. Punchlines (7:28)
  4. Output (10:46)
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Mavericks (limited 12")
Cat: ZIQ 373. Rel: 11 Apr 16
  1. Mavericks 1 (2:45)
  2. Still (1:46)
  3. Dough (2:05)
  4. Tozko Paran (3:05)
  5. Cataphract (feat Kuedo) (2:33)
  6. Chunk (2:17)
Review: One of the earliest wave ambassadors to enjoy large label accreditation, Sami Baha delivers his first full Mu EP and doesn't disappoint: "Mavericks One" is laden with so much sub bass it's clinically obese while its topline remains slim-line and floaty. Deeper into the EP we're seduced by oriental charm throughout; "Still" and "Dough" massage the soul while "Tozko Paran" twists the senses with trippy Q&As that shouldn't work but really do. "Cataphract" plays the consummate slow-trap club bumper while "Chunk" pays homage to all the fatties out there with its restrained energy and delicate arpeggio-led dynamic. A stunning debut EP for Mu.
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Dust March
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Dust March (12")
Cat: HES 021. Rel: 25 Jun 12
  1. Dust March
  2. Rise 'Em
  3. Metzger
  4. Dog Sweater
Review: Hessle Audio's emergence from hibernation in 2012 really has seen the label release some of the most extraordinary music of its life, and this EP from Bandshell might top the lot. Tapping into the grainy, murky sound world of the like of STL, Shed and Actress, this record explores strange rhythms constantly on the verge of breaking out into a frenzy. The title track is comprised of little more than rattling percussion and dense, fizzy bass, while "Rise 'Em" places a jungle breakbeat atop a mucky hum. On the flip, "Metzger" takes the vibe of classic dubstep and fills it with subtle melodies and clipped snares, but "Dog Sweater" is the real killer - a homage to soundsystem culture whose threadbare rhythms are the only thing to stop you being dragged into the track's viscous centre. Make no mistake, this is a serious new talent.
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Here Comes The Rain
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Here Comes The Rain (hand-stamped 12" in screen-printed sleeve + MP3 download code)
Cat: OOH 006. Rel: 30 Nov 15
  1. The Storm (2:58)
  2. Rolling In The Mud (feat Hymenia) (3:36)
  3. Fog (3:41)
  4. Rough Lover (3:44)
  5. Under The Rain (4:44)
  6. Broken Heart (3:02)
  7. Killing Time (4:29)
Review: A year has passed since Bangalore graced us with his deep bass textures on Elastica. Now the London-based Italian artist returns with this detailed vinyl-only presentation. As with his previous outings, it's a vast, stark and sprawling affair: "Broken Heart", for example, is a techno beast wearing a garage head's garms; all bashy and mechanical but switching and swerving on a well chiselled two-step. "Rough Lover", meanwhile, is a much sparser affair that's spacey but grainy and full of so much cold sonic smog it's hard not to compare to Burial. Elsewhere "Rolling In The Mud" reminds us of Bangalore's deep dubstep roots with its rolling rhythms and processed vocals while "The Storm" is straight out of a David Lynch flick. Dense.
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Like An Animal EP
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Cat: LSR 003. Rel: 30 Apr 12
  1. Like An Animal
  2. I Feel
  3. Hot Lover
Humming Blurs
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Cat: RR 12003. Rel: 01 Jun 15
  1. Humming Blurs (7:30)
  2. Chanson Du Ricochet (5:46)
Review: A new release from Bass Clef is always something we enjoy here at Juno, with the latest finding Ralph Cumbers adding emergent Belfast concern to his storied discography. Humming Blurs is actually the first 'Clef joint of 2015 and it finds the pun loving producer in fine fettle, channelling two distinct moods across the pair of productions. Leading the way, "Humming Blurs" pairs sprightly, swung percussion and thunderous bursts of hi hats with delightfully chiming melodies and strings and kind of sounds like vintage Four Tet pulled into the 21st Century. On the B-side "Chanson Du Ricochet" is a smeared modular delight with a rhythmic freneticism that is most infectious.
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Tax Haven 3
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Cat: IBR 009. Rel: 17 Feb 14
  1. Bass Clef - "Acid 8"
  2. Photonz - "The Fire Sower"
  3. Cauto - "Lu-fuki"
  4. Nino - "Midnighters"
Review: Barcelona via Lisbon's Iberian label returns with its first record in well over two years, with the Tax Haven 3 EP, which sees a host of diverse figures contribute a track each. Given the fact that the label's primary focus - dubstep - has waned even further since its last record, it's perhaps unsurprising that the tracks featured take things in new directions. Punch Drunk's Bass Clef contributes "Acid 8", a sinister track displaying his trademark modular sound that could as easily be halfstep D&B as it could slow moving house, while "Photonz" deliver "The Fire Sower", a crazed piece of electro that sounds like Drexciya drunk at an illegal '90s UK rave. On the flip Cauto's "Lu-fuki" provides some sizzling Dam-Funk style synthwork and Nino's "Midnighters" goes retro synth dubstep. An impressively diverse package.
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Numen (12" + poster)
Cat: HOTLINE 007. Rel: 25 May 15
  1. Numen (6:23)
  2. Cazz (5:30)
Review: Bristol-based Hotline Recordings has barely put a foot wrong since launching in 2012, establishing a reputation for clandestine rhythms, sleazy basslines and creeping textures. For their latest illicit outing, they've turned to fast-rising local producer Batu, who recently launched the Timedance label. "Numen" is particularly dark and dusty, with spooky electronics and occasional, post-dubstep percussion hits crowding round an addictive, undulating bassline. "Cazz" is a little more "straight up" in its approach, with bouncy, tribal-influenced drums, warped rave stabs, ricocheting drum machine handclaps and a suitably weighty bassline. Both tracks largely eschew the tried-and-tested, a factor that makes both incredibly attractive.
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Cat: MSTRY 005. Rel: 21 Sep 15
  1. Dekalb (6:09)
  2. Collate (5:20)
Played by: Rivet
Review: Having sprung to the surface by way of Ytivil Dnuos and Cold Recordings, Batu has since launched his own Timedance label and delivered the goods to Hotline, but now he has been snapped up by Beneath for a bout on the Mistry label. It's a logical place for the rising producer to be, where his icy, bassweight sound can push around an interesting range of textures in a decidedly confrontational manner, from the nerve shred of "Dekalb" to the bouncing timbale distortion that makes "Collate" so addictive. It's a sound that logically follows on from the previous Batu releases, further solidifying the creative path this promising young talent is heading down.
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Spooked (12")
Cat: 799 YTIVIL. Rel: 09 Dec 13
  1. Spooked
  2. Clarity (Dismantled)
Played by: Daniel Curpen
Review: Started as an opportunity for Livity Sound to release music from producers outside of the core label trio of Pev, Kowton, and Asusu, the Dnuos Ytivil label has previously been solely used to issue the music of Alex Coulton. That's no longer the case as the label opens its doors to another rising talent in Bass Music, with Bath-based producer Batu joining the fold, having recently featured on the newly minted Cold Recordings label from Pinch. When respected Bristol figureheads like Pev and Pinch come calling, the rest should take note! Batu really steps up to the plate on this Dnuos Ytivil 12". "Spooked" sounds almost like it could be an old Skull Disco record played at 33rpm, while "Clarity (Dismantled)" offers something more prickly and paranoid in its heavily syncopated, pattering rhythms.
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L1 (12")
Cat: GI 225. Rel: 01 Dec 14
  1. Fault Lines
  2. L1
  3. Minor Structures
  4. Better Love
  5. Only Us
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101.1 (12")
Cat: OAO 025. Rel: 29 Jun 15
  1. Beat Torrent - "Eight Beats" (3:56)
  2. Yann Kesz - "Low Frequency" (2:58)
  3. Shuko - "Nerdy" (2:54)
  4. Shash'U - "Turbo" (4:15)
  5. Ruck P - "Long Time" (3:09)
  6. The Geek X VRV - "Waves" (3:34)
Faux EP
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Faux EP (12")
Cat: TEXT 033. Rel: 06 Oct 14
  1. Faux
  2. Faux (Four Tet remix)
Review: Four Tet's Text label has done absolutely no wrong since the first release back in 2010! With plenty of releases from himself, Anthony Naples, Rocketnumbernine and a whole load of other contemporary producers, Kieran Hebden has truly established the label as one of the UK's most important. The latest Text drop welcomes Detroit based Delsin luminary John Beltran into the fold which is something of a coup for Hebden. "Faux" is a truly singular affair, where Beltran's fast-moving percussion shuffle sits below a beautiful myriad of organic melodies. Four Tet's remix chucks in a kick drum for good measure, and gives the track a straighter reshaping for the floor. Top!
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Strike A Pose
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Cat: NNB 02. Rel: 17 Jun 13
  1. Strike A Pose
  2. Bellz (Swing Ting remix)
  3. Bellz
Review: Rising talent Beneath follows serious plate action for Tectonic and Keysound with the triple hitting EP of "Anti-Masonic ritual music" for Niche 'n' Bump. Run by one third of London club Wifey, Niche 'n' Bump launched in style last year with a 12" from Spatial and tapping up Beneath demonstrates the label remains on point as ever. By the sound of it, lead track "Strike A Pose" is less likely to be a Madonna reference, more a nod to MC Trim, focusing on a rather incendiary blend of 90's bleep rave, subtly rippling bass and the producer's trademark snaking percussion. As the Niche 'n' Bump press release succinctly states "this track is recommended for mixing by skilled DJs". Unlike the recent Pev and Hodge track of the (nearly) same name, "Bellz" has bell tones in abundance and also gets a rather fine refix from Swing Ting.
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Future Funk EP
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Cat: BB 005. Rel: 29 Feb 16
  1. Future Funk (4:24)
  2. Make Moves (5:19)
  3. Power (4:22)
Review: The man, the myth, the bass-busting legend: Benga returned to the game last year in the most honest and frank way possible. His first released beats since his departure match his spirit; unapologetically wonky, gritty and unformulaic. "Future Funk" is all about the stomps, "Make Moves" is all about the acid (with a slight anti-capitalist shout out along the way), "Power" is all about the deep Berlin style bass plunges and paranoid off-key melodies. Stripped back and sassy, there's a fresh rawness to Benga we haven't heard in years.
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Swamp91 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SWAMP 029. Rel: 14 Sep 15
  1. Swamp91 (7:45)
  2. Swamp91 (Solo mix) (7:11)
The Callin
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The Callin (limited 12")
Cat: BBS 001. Rel: 15 Sep 14
  1. The Callin'
  2. Airtight
  3. BBS Madness
Review: **REPRESS** Kicking off a self-motivated label as a vessel for his up-to-the-minute beats, Benton follows up releases for Box Clever and Black Box with this razor-sharp distillation of old skool rave touches and tight modern production. "The Callin" works around a tense break triggered at a teasing angle to keep the groove limber at all times, although unafraid to melt away into blissed out chords at the appropriate juncture. "Airtight" rides on a similar rhythmic roll, although the atmospherics spell this one out as an overall darker concern. "BBS Madness" lets a little techno bleed into the frame with an even more taut deployment of forthright drum hooks that cross neatly through a multitude of styles in what should make for a prime crossover cut.
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Griddled EP
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Cat: KZN 001. Rel: 01 Feb 16
  1. Griddled (6:03)
  2. Squelch (4:15)
  3. Bush (5:37)
Review: Following their free compilation last year, Biome and Madam X's Kaizen imprint finally goes legit with this anvil three tracker from the big B himself. "Griddled" begins as a salubrious tribal swinger, all crisp production and polished elements, but as the bass becomes more dominant we get murkier and murkier. "Squelch" fuses rim shots, acid and downpitched vocal rhythmic elements while "Bush" closes the show on a slo-mo moody two-step. Imagine hotstepping to UKG knee deep in glue and thinking it's the best thing ever. Yeah.
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Bit Reduction #2
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Cat: BR 02. Rel: 27 Jan 14
  1. Bit Reduction (05)
  2. Bit Reduction (06)
  3. Bit Reduction (07)
  4. Bit Reduction (08)
Played by: Billy Nasty
Notget (Lotic Fromdeath Version)
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Notget (Lotic Fromdeath Version) (etched translucent vinyl 12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: 1304 TP12. Rel: 24 Aug 15
  1. Notget (Lotic Fromdeath version) (2:56)
Review: Texas club music icon Lotic continues Bjork's makeover on One Little Indian with another beautiful 12", cropped and packaged in a gorgeous silk-screened bag. Bjork's "Notget" had already been retuned by Lotic, but this time he returns to the turn with his Fromdeath version, jumping from solitary drones to broken shreds of power electronics, tribal drums and gun shots. It's a jagged, wayward affair for the more adventurous disc jockey, and one that will please both the floor shakers and the brain melters - this tune is only a shadow of its original self, and it comes as this week's top of the tips..!
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Lionsong (Juliana Huxtable remix)
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Lionsong (Juliana Huxtable remix) (limited etched translucent vinyl 12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: 1315TP 12. Rel: 23 Nov 15
  1. Lionsong (Juliana Huxtable remix) (7:06)
Review: And so Bjork's majestic remix collection continues to trickle onto our shelves and into your eardrums. The legendary leftfield pop singer / producer gives up her "Lionsong" tune for remix action from none other than Juliana Huxtable; the newcomer has only got a couple of cameo appearances to their name, but she's coming through string with this one. In essence, it's a techno tune - driven by fire kick drums and minimal sonics - but her soulful twists of vocals render it to be much more than that in the end. It's a soothing, delicate techno massage with a powerful energy.
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Lionsong (Choral Mix)
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Lionsong (Choral Mix) (etched translucent vinyl 12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: 1305 TP12. Rel: 24 Aug 15
  1. Lionsong (Choral mix) (4:50)
Review: One of several intriguing artists to be commissioned to rework music from Bjork's Vulnicura album, Hemlock boss Untold takes a novel approach on his Chroal mix of "Lionsong". Bolstered by additional vocal tones from the same choir that appeared on previous Bjork LP Biophilia, Untold seeks rhythmic inspiration from his own discography, specifically "Flexible". The track originally appeared as a single-sided 12" back in 2009, and it brims with the madcap energy of early Untold beats, all woodblock percussion and scuffed found sound snippets. It's an unlikely partnership of sounds, but the legacy of Bjork's distinctive voice atop edgy electronics makes the whole wild cocktail go down smooth.
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23 Waist
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23 Waist (12")
Cat: PTN 013. Rel: 09 Dec 13
  1. 23 Waist
  2. Swimming With Jack Lumber
  3. Effectivmarkt
Klavierwerke EP
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Cat: RS 1007. Rel: 11 Oct 10
  1. Klavierwerke
  2. Tell Her Safe
  3. I Only Know (What I Know Now)
  4. Don't You Think I Do
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