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Mirrors
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Mirrors (limited 3xLP box + CD + insert + MP3 download code + incense stick)
Cat: BWOOD 140LP. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. Kotos (feat Asociacion Juvenil Puno) (3:45)
  2. Dedication 365 (4:19)
  3. Cusco Street Scene (4:23)
  4. They're Coming (4:15)
  5. Shadows (4:24)
  6. Cunumicita (feat Danitse) (2:24)
  7. Take Flight (2:39)
  8. The Calling (3:44)
  9. Inga Gani (3:39)
  10. Looney (4:08)
  11. Markos Swagga (4:18)
  12. Zapateo (feat Colectivo Palenke) (2:38)
  13. Sound Of The River (feat Sylvia Falcon) (3:18)
  14. 4 Elements (5:20)
  15. Kotos (feat Asociacion Juvenil Puno)
  16. Dedication 365
  17. Cusco Street Scene
  18. They're Coming
  19. Shadows
  20. Cunumicita (feat Danitse)
  21. Take Flight
  22. The Calling
  23. Inga Gani
  24. Looney
  25. Markos Swagga
  26. Zapateo (feat Colectivo Palenke)
  27. Sound Of The River (feat Sylvia Falcon)
  28. 4 Elements
Review: From Cuba, Mala heads south for another mystic adventure in international cross-pollination on Mirrors, the Deep Medi man's latest LP-length bubbler for Brownswood. Fusing inspirations, energies, talents and techniques from Peru - and working with some of the country's most respected musicians - it's another immersive body of work that genuinely sounds like no other. From the pensive tribal march of "Cusco Street Scene" to the shimmering twangs and dusty, languid claps of "Zapateo" by way of demented insistency of "Looney" and the muddy cosmic textures of "The Calling", Mala has once again immersed himself so deeply into a culture and musical discourse that he not only speaks it fluently but has added to its rich vernacular. Vinyl was invented for albums like this.
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Mirrors
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Mirrors (CD)
Cat: BWOOD 140CD. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. Kotos (feat Asociacion Juvenil Puno)
  2. Dedication 365
  3. Cusco Street Scene
  4. They're Coming
  5. Shadows
  6. Cunumicita (feat Danitse)
  7. Take Flight
  8. The Calling
  9. Inga Gani
  10. Looney
  11. Markos Swagga
  12. Zapateo (feat Colectivo Palenke)
  13. Sound Of The River (feat Sylvia Falcon)
  14. 4 Elements
Review: From Cuba, Mala heads south for another mystic adventure in international cross-pollination on Mirrors, the Deep Medi man's latest LP-length bubbler for Brownswood. Fusing inspirations, energies, talents and techniques from Peru - and working with some of the country's most respected musicians - it's another immersive body of work that genuinely sounds like no other. From the pensive tribal march of "Cusco Street Scene" to the shimmering twangs and dusty, languid claps of "Zapateo" by way of demented insistency of "Looney" and the muddy cosmic textures of "The Calling", Mala has once again immersed himself so deeply into a culture and musical discourse that he not only speaks it fluently but has added to its rich vernacular. Vinyl was invented for albums like this.
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Autonomous Africa Volume 3
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  1. Midland - "Safi"
  2. General Ludd - "Burning Mack"
  3. Auntie Flo - "Daabi"
  4. JD Twitch - "Maya"
Review: JD Twitch's Autonomous Africa series is something of a rarity. Each annual 12" single, which features modern electronic music influenced by African rhythms, sounds and styles, is used to raise money for a different African charity. Proceeds from this third 12" in the series are destined for Tanzania's Mtandika Mission, a charity run by Midland's parents. It seems fitting, then, that he kicks things off with "Safi", a heavyweight slice of future voodoo that expertly blends analogue electronics and bombastic African rhythms. General Ludd go deep, psychedelic and off-kilter with their brilliant "Burning Mack", while Auntie Flo delivers a stripped-back vocal cut with echoes of his recent material on Permanent Vacation. Finally, Twitch steps up to deliver "Maya", which sounds like LFO's "LFO" re-made by African musicians.
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A Wa Yu Want
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A Wa Yu Want (limited 12" in silk-screened sleeve)
Cat: HOTLINE 011. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. A Wa Yu Want (original) (4:16)
  2. A Wa Yu Want (instrumental) (4:16)
  3. A Wa Yu Want (Kahn remix) (4:31)
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Tooth
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Tooth (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BLACKESTLP 014. Rel: 13 Jun 16
  1. Coax (3:58)
  2. Dead Heat (4:34)
  3. Hold Your Line (4:24)
  4. Front Running (4:26)
  5. Dialling In, Falling Out (5:01)
  6. Glassed (5:13)
  7. Cold Cain (4:59)
  8. Stammer (4:48)
Review: British duo Raime are back with the first album since 2012's brilliant Quarter Turns A Living Line and their signature style of dark ambience and haunting imaginary soundtracks which incorporate jungle, dub and post-punk influences into the mix also. The album is said to be largely influenced by their side project Moin which incorporates rock and metal influences too. According to Blackest Ever Black "the DNA of dub-techno, garage/grime and post-hardcore rock music spliced into sleek and predatory new forms." Highlights include the moody subtractive rock of "Dialling In, Falling Out", the dub and post punk crossover of "Dead Heat" and the brooding mood-lighting of "Cold Cain".
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Over Out EP
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Cat: CBR 017. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. Over Out (4:18)
  2. Torpedo Riddim (4:10)
  3. King David Riddim (4:58)
  4. Rolla (4:48)
Review: TMSV is hitting it hard this year. This is his third jungle-flecked release in as many months, having smashed it on Artikal and Rua Sound earlier this year. Now he's delivering the goods on Om Unit's Cosmic Bridge... And it's every bit as raw, choppy and dizzy as you want it to be. "Over Out" fires with relentless drum edits and vocal processes, "Torpedo Riddim" is lesson in molten lava bass, "King David Riddim" is all about the percussive textures while "Rolla" lives up to its name with some precision sample magic and kicks that bowl for days. Super sharp stuff, TMSV have been on such a roll.
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Fortuna EP
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Fortuna EP (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: 2020LDN 004. Rel: 13 Jun 16
  1. Can't Say No (feat Roses Gabor) (3:47)
  2. Fortuna (with Alix Perez) (3:56)
  3. Salt Toffee (4:11)
  4. U Smart (with Tim Parker) (4:10)
  5. Spooky Dub (3:59)
  6. Berlusconi (3:24)
Review: Stray, Sabre and Halogenix cannot do anything wrong right now. Their actions on the very frontier of halftime are causing ripples so deep we won't even understand their effects for a few years. "Fortuna" is their largest body of work since their debut album last year; the sci-fi neo-soul of "Can't Say No", the far-away metallic clanks and bangs of the title track (with Alix Perez), the sticky gooey weirded out wonks of "Salt Toffee", the 22nd century gangster jam "U Smart", the haunted harmonics and twisted church bells of "Spooky Dub" and the muffled operatics of "Berlusconi".... Sounds as far-out and far-thought as these can't be found anywhere else right now.
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Tooth
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Tooth (CD)
Cat: BLACKESTCD 014. Rel: 13 Jun 16
  1. Coax
  2. Dead Heat
  3. Hold Your Line
  4. Front Running
  5. Dialling In, Falling Out
  6. Glassed
  7. Cold Cain
  8. Stammer
Review: British duo Raime are back with the first album since 2012's brilliant Quarter Turns A Living Line and their signature style of dark ambience and haunting imaginary soundtracks which incorporate jungle, dub and post-punk influences into the mix also. The album is said to be largely influenced by their side project Moin which incorporates rock and metal influences too. According to Blackest Ever Black "the DNA of dub-techno, garage/grime and post-hardcore rock music spliced into sleek and predatory new forms." Highlights include the moody subtractive rock of "Dialling In, Falling Out", the dub and post punk crossover of "Dead Heat" and the brooding mood-lighting of "Cold Cain".
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Space Beach
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GNORK presents DJ SHARK
Cat: UTTU 058. Rel: 21 Dec 15
  1. Space Beach (4:56)
  2. Give It All (Locked Grove 1) (0:32)
  3. Give It All (Locked Grove 2) (0:25)
  4. Double Sunset (6:44)
  5. Bleeps (Locked Grove 1) (0:32)
Review: Unknown To The Unknown's early '90s inspirations are well documented, with boss man DJ Haus frequently signing and releasing tracks that doff a cap to ghetto-house, acid, Belgian techno and early British hardcore. Despite this history, Gnork's "Space Beach" feels surprisingly fresh. Described, somewhat matter-or-factly, as "jungle techno", the title track does a brilliant job combining booming, skittish, energy-packed early jungle rhythms with the kind of spacey melodies and chords that you'd expect to find on vintage Detroit techno records. Flipside "Double Sunset" jettisons the Motor City inspirations in favour of a more straight up, bass-heavy early jungle flex, with rich dub bass enhancing the mood.
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RPG Produced By James Blake
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Cat: 180005. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. RPG (2:45)
  2. Man Like Me (3:03)
Review: James Blake temporarily downs tools as a melancholic sub-pop crooner to pick up close to where he left off with releases on Hemlock and Hessle Audio back in the day. For his own 1800 Dinosaur label he invites Javan St. Prix, aka grime MC Trim, to spit rhymes like "I surf waves most men drown in" over Blake-made digital vibraphone tones and syncopated, computer game basslines. On the flip, Trim, who's appeared on Keysound, Butterz and R&S in the past, dons the gloves for a second round called "Man Like Me", this time produced by Airhead who strips the melodies back for shuddering beats and strange, jingling percussion. Fresh.
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Under The Sun
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Under The Sun (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + poster + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 244. Rel: 16 May 16
  1. ? (6:06)
  2. Give It Your Choir (feat Bibio) (4:21)
  3. Infrared (2:40)
  4. Falling (3:18)
  5. Beautiful People (feat Thom Yorke) (6:04)
  6. Sad Alron (2:34)
  7. You Wash My Soul (feat Linda Perhacs) (5:24)
  8. Where Do They Go, The Butterflies (3:19)
  9. Hi Red (1:28)
  10. Ems (8:18)
  11. The Blinds Cage (feat Beans) (5:03)
  12. Dawn Of The North (1:45)
  13. Khufu (3:19)
  14. Rebel Angels (3:07)
  15. Under The Sun (6:21)
  16. Cycles Of 9 (3:55)
Review: Given the length of his career, it's rather surprising to find that Under The Sun is Mark Pritchard's first under his given name. As critics have pointed out, it's an overwhelmingly beautiful and poignant set, built around an intoxicating fusion of ambient electronics, soft touch instrumentation, bubbling beats, grandiose chords, and on-point collaborations (check the vocal contributions of Beans, Thom Yorke, and Linda Perhacs). In some ways, it recalls Pritchard's pioneering work with Tom Middleton as Global Communication, while feeling altogether more grown up and musically complex. Regardless, it's an undeniably brilliant album.
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Juicy Patty
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Cat: LDN 063. Rel: 04 Jul 16
  1. Juicy Patty (3:01)
  2. Juicy Patty (instrumental) (3:02)
  3. Juicy Patty (Logos remix) (2:53)
  4. Juicy Patty (Blackdown Big Size 12" remix) (5:27)
Review:  UK grime maestro Terror Danjah has been smashing it ever since his first EPs started to emerge in the early 2000s, and we have to say that the man hasn't stopped rinsing it since. Among other big labels, he's been an integral part of London's Hyperdub unit, but the time has come to spill some truth on the respected Keysound label and here he is with "Juicy Patty", a vocal-led gunshot riddim that literally sounds as if it was recorded straight on the curbside; jacking, stop-start beats and a minimal arrangement make this a true London burner. There's an instrumental mix, too, for the DJs, but the first remix comes from Logos, who shreds the entire structure down and focusses heavily on the percussion, followed by Blackdown's louder, more menacing interpretation for the peak time hours.
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Call To Me/Le Freak
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Cat: LOB 019. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. Call To Me (5:38)
  2. Le Freak (6:18)
Played by: Mak & Pasteman
Review: Fresh from a killer debut on Unknown To The Unknown, Leeds duo Mak & Pasteman continue their irregular series of Me-themed singles for Lobster Boy with the two-track 12" smack down Call 2 Me. Honing in on that craftily effective bass heavy house sound, Mak & Pasteman lay waste to speaker systems everywhere on the title cut which features some nimble-fingered synth playing! Face down and "Le Freak" sees the pair indulge in a more manic brand of dancefloor devastation with a massive drop that will have suitable effect on those who encounter it in the club.
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Shmudge
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Shmudge (limited 12")
Cat: IAI 001. Rel: 13 Jun 16
  1. Shmudge (5:07)
  2. Fifty-Three (5:25)
  3. ER (5:34)
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Hold On
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Hold On (12" with lenticular print sleeve)
Cat: YT 078T. Rel: 11 Jun 12
  1. Hold On
  2. Ride To Freedom
  3. Hold On (Sisi Bak Bak remix)
Review: Young Turks present a collectors edition of the SBTRKT and Sampha gem "Hold On", a considered highlight from last year's critically acclaimed self titled LP by the former nu jazz player. Strictly limited, this 300 pressing is housed in a vacuum sealed plastic sleeve that holds a lenticular image of both artists, the type of design craft we've yet to see on another record - it's seriously impressive and quite fun to play with! As for the music, house lovers have already adopted the delicate "Hold On" as their own, with a rather smart smoothed out edit courtesy of the Love Unlimited Vibes lot already in circulation but the SBTRKT completists will want this edition for sure. Complementing this is "Ride To Freedom" a new SBTRKT jam that straddles the line between velveteen electro and more recent juke sounds deftly while the mysterious Sisi Bak Bak remixes the title track (NB this might be Thom Yorke but who really cares?)
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Void 23 EP
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Void 23 EP (12")
Cat: AUS 1031. Rel: 29 Nov 10
  1. Void 23
  2. Void 23 (Carl Craig re-edit)
Review: Everything Ramadanman touches at the moment becomes gold. Put simply, the (still very) young man is a genius, constantly pulling from various genres to keep his work new and exciting yet somehow retains a large amount of consistency and class. This release sees the Leeds based producer return to Aus imprint for a second outing, on a collaborative effort with Applepips head honcho Appleblim. "Void 23" is pitch black, 4am techno that carries your senses on a journey down a deep dark tunnel of thumping basslines pressured against snares that collapse on top the galloping percussion. It's also heavily full of vibes and clocks in at a little over nine minutes. This alone is reason enough to purchase the 12" but Aus deliver a real treat in securing the services of Carl Craig to deliver a flipside edit that indulges in just the right amount of tweakage. The little changes Craig implements in the rhythm structure succeed in embellishing the overall feel with more urgency. The release marks another A+ plus outing from Aus Music as well as Ramadanman and Appleblim, which effortlessly joins the canon of music that will be played in clubs for many years to come.
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Truant aka One/Two
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Cat: HDB 069. Rel: 17 Dec 12
  1. Truant
  2. Rough Sleeper
Review: *Burial Repress* The double header of Truant/Rough Sleeper is the second EP from Burial in 2012, and arrives with as little fanfare as the superb Kindred EP did early this year. Unlike that more dancefloor focused record however, this EP harks back to the producer's earlier sound. Of course, being two longform compositions clocking in at 12 and 14 minutes respectively, they're hardly conventional works; each utilises the same liberal use of spectral atmospheres, emotive vocal samples, hollow 2-step beats and nods to jungle as we've come to expect from the producer, but with complex structures that come across more like two sides of an old mixtape recorded from a pair of decrepit turntables. Of course being a mixtape from Burial, this is special stuff indeed - consider it an early Christmas present to yourself.



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Oh No
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Oh No (CD)
Cat: HDBCD 030. Rel: 16 May 16
  1. New Ogi
  2. VV Violence
  3. Never Enough
  4. I Talk BB
  5. Going Somewhere
  6. It Means I Love You
  7. Vivica
  8. Oh No
  9. Begins
  10. Could Be U
Review: Frequent Jeremy Greenspan and Morgan Geist collaborator Jessy Lanza was hailed as a future star on the release of her 2013 debut album, Pull My Hair Back. That album projected her as some kind of New York freestyle chanteuse dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century, backed by an all-electronic band fascinated with the potential of future R&B and left-of-centre synth-pop. This belated follow-up, which was once again produced in cahoots with Jeremy Greenspan, is even better. Colourful, vibrant and attractive, the ten songs are truthful to their '80s NYC inspirations, but smartly avoid the pitfalls of such blatant retro-futurism. In other words, it's a superb collection of future R&B and pop gems.
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Crooks Crime & Corruption
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Cat: TEMPALP 025. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. Legends (3:14)
  2. GBU (feat Orson) (5:57)
  3. Justify (feat Harry Keyworth) (6:02)
  4. Bak 2 NY (6:18)
  5. Kuriosity (5:46)
  6. Boardwalk Emperor (8:41)
  7. Change (8:14)
  8. Ruf Justice (6:44)
  9. Good Old Days (5:14)
  10. Criminally Insane (10:13)
Review: Scholars of UK bass culture will know just how much of an integral role Horsepower Productions played in the formation of dubstep, teasing darker strains of sub-bass into garage at the turn of the century. Four years on from their last album, dubstep pioneers Horsepower Productions are back with a new LP called Crooks, Crime & Corruption. Issued through the good ship Tempa, Crooks, Crime & Corruption sees Benny Ill and company allow a certain amount of light to shine through but this is still resolutely Horsepower. 2011 tracks "Good Ole Dayz" and "Justify" both feature here in newly reworked format, with Horsepower also seeking out contributions from Berlin producer Orson and vocalist Harry Keyworth.
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Oh No
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Oh No (LP)
Cat: HDBLP 030. Rel: 23 May 16
  1. New Ogi (2:18)
  2. VV Violence (3:57)
  3. Never Enough (4:22)
  4. I Talk BB (3:59)
  5. Going Somewhere (4:30)
  6. It Means I Love You (4:35)
  7. Vivica (4:01)
  8. Oh No (4:39)
  9. Begins (4:02)
  10. Could Be U (3:38)
Review: Frequent Jeremy Greenspan and Morgan Geist collaborator Jessy Lanza was hailed as a future star on the release of her 2013 debut album, Pull My Hair Back. That album projected her as some kind of New York freestyle chanteuse dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century, backed by an all-electronic band fascinated with the potential of future R&B and left-of-centre synth-pop. This belated follow-up, which was once again produced in cahoots with Jeremy Greenspan, is even better. Colourful, vibrant and attractive, the ten songs are truthful to their '80s NYC inspirations, but smartly avoid the pitfalls of such blatant retro-futurism. In other words, it's a superb collection of future R&B and pop gems.
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BBF Hosted By DJ Escrow
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Cat: HDBLP 032. Rel: 11 Apr 16
  1. Stealth (intro) (4:46)
  2. Greezebloc (1:32)
  3. Meditation (feat Arca) (0:12)
  4. Escrow (5:26)
  5. Shook (0:29)
  6. Motivation (4:10)
  7. PROLIFIC DEAMONS (3:08)
  8. Platinum Cookies (1:14)
  9. Esco Freestyle (1:54)
  10. Stealth (2:12)
  11. God Hour (feat Micachu) (2:34)
  12. NAZ (2:31)
  13. Juice (1:07)
  14. HELLS ANGLES (1:10)
  15. Killuminatti (2:41)
  16. Escrow 2 (0:29)
  17. Deep (feat Arca) (0:36)
  18. Escrow 3 (0:45)
  19. The Realness (1:38)
  20. Flames (3:37)
  21. Snm (feat Arca) (0:12)
  22. Stealth (intro) (2:05)
  23. Message (4:49)
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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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Hype (Funk)
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Hype (Funk) (limited 12")
Cat: UTTU 055. Rel: 21 Sep 15
  1. Hype (Funk) (5:14)
  2. Jam (6:11)
  3. Hype (Funk) (HELIX remix) (4:11)
Review: Gang Fatale's Bleaker delivers one of the simplest but deadliest mixing tools you'll hear all year. With its relentless kicks, loopy vocal sample and breakdown into classic amens, it's the type of rolling tech record you could imagine working in almost any DJ's sets from Scuba to VonStroke to Deetron to the Stanton Warriors. HELIX's remix, meanwhile, subverts the linear nature of the original and churns it through a trippy beat machine with added harmonic dynamics. Finally "Jam" takes Bleaker's stripped back style and rebuilds it with added Detroitian grit to the drums; all skittering hi-hats and jaw-breaking toms, it's designed purely for DJ creativity.
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System
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System (12")
Cat: 199 YTIVIL. Rel: 16 May 16
  1. System (10:42)
  2. Show Them (8:18)
Review: The next fresh-faced artist to follow in the footsteps of Batu, Hodge, Bruce and Simo Cell and pass through the Livity Sound School of excellence is the unheralded Forest Drive West. All we know for sure is that Forest Drive West hails from London, and is quite possibly but not necessarily named after a street in Leytonstone. Focusing on this debut release though, Forest Drive West hones in on an approach - long form track length and entrancing progression - that nods more to classic minimal techno than the usual nifty timespan of more 'UK' or 'soundsystem' minded tunes as you would commonly find on Livity. However, the mood is certainly Livity-compatible with its sparse approach to atmosphere and tough rhythmic arsenal. In simpler terms, this is another Livity 12" of A-grade club material.
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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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Noite E Dia
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Cat: P 009. Rel: 27 Jul 15
  1. Um Ano (4:16)
  2. Apocalipsiii (4:05)
  3. Tio Kiala (5:38)
  4. De Leve (4:07)
Review: A leading figure in Principe's unique melting pot kuduro, Nigga Fox throws down every shade of rave you can imagine; a dizzying African zouk is switched into a raw, toxic tribal bounce affair, "Apocalipsiii" is reminiscent of the time UK funky and bleep techno got mixed up in the wash and came out dark black while "Tio Kiala" is straight out of a London squat rave that's somehow been teleported to Sao Paulo. Finally "De Leve" leaves this mortal coil and finds solace amongst the Moomins to the beat of a sweeping slo-mo marching band drum. Matchless.
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Beater
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Beater (12")
Cat: TIMEDANCE 004. Rel: 30 May 16
  1. Beater (5:35)
  2. Density (4:53)
Review: Having previously delivered two out of the three releases on Timedance himself, boss man Batu has decided to rope in old pal Lurka for 12" number four. The Bristol-based bass head predictably hits the spot. "Beater" is as rhythmically interesting and sparsely produced as previous outings, with a handful of elements - drum machine hits, rubbery bass and occasional whispers of melody - being worked hard throughout. The result is a typically raw and moody dancefloor jacker. Flipside "Density" is even heavier and arguably more impressive, with Lurka cleverly layering bleeping melody lines and Motor City chords over a loose-limbed rhythm and booming sub-bass line.
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CARGAA 3
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  1. DJ Dotorado - "Drena" (feat DJ Teklas) (2:53)
  2. DJ Babaz Fox - "Decicado Ao Dadifox E Edifox" (3:37)
  3. DJ Nervoso - "Buzizz" (3:01)
  4. Normal Nada - "Neusa" (afro trance club edit) (3:20)
  5. K30 - "Familia Do Guetto" (1:35)
  6. Puto Marcio - "Improooooo" (3:53)
Review: Warp return for Lisbon for their third and final Cargaa session and things are as hot, heavy and uncompromising as they were when they last took a trip there earlier this year. Melting down Afrobeat, cumbia, tech, hip-hop, house and bare-boned tribal funk, no other scene is making sounds like the Lisbon confederates are right now. Highlights include Babaz Fox's mangled time signature and tripped out bass plunges on "Decicado Ao Dadifox", the unrelenting ghetto-tech slaps of Nervoso's "Buzizz" and K30's deeper, Kerri Chandler-style percussive house gospel "Familia Do Guetto".
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CARGAA 2
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  1. Alto Nivel Producoes - "Directamente" (3:27)
  2. Nidia Minaj - "Pra Fechar" (3:13)
  3. DJ Lilocox - "Tarraxo Electrico" (remix) (3:39)
  4. Puto Anderson & Deejay Ninoo - "Gravidez" (2:56)
  5. DJ Big Vado - "Camarate" (feat DJ Estraga) (2:41)
  6. DJ Firmeza - "Somos Todos Malucos" (3:22)
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Escapism EP
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Escapism EP (12" in die-cut sleeve)
XL
Cat: XLT 759. Rel: 16 May 16
  1. Intro (1:31)
  2. Hyena (3:34)
  3. Dreamscapes (4:13)
  4. Long Distance (3:40)
  5. Rurality (outro) (4:33)
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Girl
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Girl (12")
Cat: YT 108. Rel: 05 May 14
  1. Girl
  2. Sleep Sound
Review: It's been a long time since Jamie XX offered up any solo material, so this new release for Young Turks comes loaded with a certain amount of expectation. His trademark knack for atmospheric melodies and catchy arrangements is intact, with "Girl" stepping out on a slow house template anchored by live bass while snatches of strained vocal meld ring out to form the basis for the track. "Sleep Sound" is equally winsome, if a little more energetic as it moves through filtered breakdowns and skittish diversions as though Theo Parrish were on a rotary mixer in front of the final master.
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Gosh
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Gosh (1-sided 12")
Cat: YT 139. Rel: 11 May 15
  1. Gosh
Review: Young Turks lay down a one sided 12" marker for In Colour, the upcoming debut album from Jamie XX which promises to be one of this year's bigger events. Weirdly, there's not a steel pan in sight on "Gosh", a slightly unassuming production where all the hallmarks of a hardcore rave (horns, MC chatter, recycled breakbeats) are boiled down into five minutes that shouldn't really stick in your memory. But watch out, give it a few listens and you'll be saying "oh my gosh" absent-mindedly for the rest of the week.
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Don't Put Me In Your Box: The Remixes
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  1. Parallel Worlds (Kowton remix)
  2. Something In The Air (Dark Sky remix)
  3. Something In The Air (Bonobo remix)
Review: Hypercolour's Hype Ltd series returns to Maya Jane Coles' Don't Put Me In Your Box EP from 2011 to deliver three expectedly forward-thinking remixes. Livity Sound's Kowton continues to show just how widely appreciated his grime-influenced techno sound is across the board as he reworks the tech house of "Parallel Worlds" into something metallic and eerie. Meanwhile the melodic sounds of "Something In The Air" are transformed by Dark Sky into a skewed bass-heavy house track with orchestration reminiscent of Floating Points, and by Bonobo into a more mainstream-friendly slice of house that will go down well with the Disclosure crowd.
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Settle
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Settle (heavyweight vinyl gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: 373948 8. Rel: 03 Jun 13
  1. Intro
  2. When A Fire Starts To Burn
  3. Latch (feat Sam Smith)
  4. F For You
  5. White Noise (feat AlunaGeorge)
  6. Defeated No More (feat Ed Macfarlane)
  7. Stimulation
  8. Voices (feat Sasha Keable)
  9. Second Chance
  10. Grab Her!
  11. You & Me (feat Eliza Doolittle)
  12. January (feat Jamie Woon)
  13. Confess To Me (Jessie Ware)
  14. Help Me Lose My Mind (feat London Grammar)
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With Love
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With Love (3xLP + MP3 download code)
4AD
Cat: CAD 3305. Rel: 17 Jun 13
  1. As Darkness Falls
  2. Ascension
  3. Horrid
  4. If I Will
  5. Isis
  6. It's Time
  7. Memories
  8. Orion
  9. Overdose
  10. Pray For Me
  11. Rendezvous
  12. The Things You Do
  13. This One
  14. Vanishment
  15. VI-XI
  16. VxV
  17. 777
  18. Black Rose
  19. Digital Smoke
  20. Entropy Sketch
  21. Glass Ocean
  22. How To Ascend
  23. I Saw Golden Light
  24. Pyrex Nights (feat Last Japan)
  25. Quickening
  26. Reflection In Black Glass
  27. Shiva
  28. Soliloquy
  29. Sphinx
  30. Sunshine In November
  31. Vast Emptiness
  32. White Smoke
  33. With Love
Review: The original enfant terrible of the bass music world marks his second long player for 4AD with a sprawling opus of more than 30 skits and skirmishes daubed in his trademark colourful sonic scrawl. There is plenty here that reminds you of the early days of the producer's emergence when dubstep was a younger beast, from the spacious "Horrid" to the measured arpeggios of "Pray For Me", but you'll also find more intricate musings such as the dynamic and dramatic "Memories". Hype abounds on the creepy Funky of "VI-XI", while "Overdose" launches enthusiastically into a jungle tear out. At any given turn, you'll find yourself surprised, lurched from a serene mood into a manic one, only to be tempered again. There's a staggering range of ideas and styles to comprehend here, but would you want it any other way from one of electronic music's most outspoken upstarts?
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II
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II (limited gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: MTR 036LP. Rel: 05 Aug 13
  1. The Mark (interlude)
  2. Bad Kingdom
  3. Versions
  4. Let In The Light
  5. Milk
  6. Therapy
  7. Gita
  8. Clouded (interlude)
  9. Ilona
  10. Damage Done
  11. This Time
Review: Given the hype that surrounded the release of the first Moderat set back in 2009, we can surely expect more of the same for this second outing from Apparat and Modeselektor. Those familiar with the first album's woozy blend of IDM, Thom Yorke indebted vocal dreaminess, porchlight techno and post-dubstep rhythms will immediately feel right at home. Online reviews have focused largely on II's atmospheric warmth, and the way in which the Berlin-based trio seems to have refined their sound. Both are valid critiques; certainly, there's a maturity and musical complexity to the album that betters much of their previous works. It's not much of a dancefloor set, but that's entirely the point; this is locked-in headphone listening for the wide-eyed generation.
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Burial
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Burial (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HDBLP 001. Rel: 07 May 07
  1. Wounder
  2. U Hurt Me
  3. Spaceape
  4. Prayer
  5. Distant Lights
  6. Southern Comfort
  7. Gutted
  8. Broken Home
  9. Pirates
  10. Forgive
  11. Night Bus
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Untrue
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Untrue (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: HDBLP 002. Rel: 05 Nov 07
  1. Raver
  2. Etched Headplate
  3. Homeless
  4. Shell Of Light
  5. Archangel
  6. Near Dark
  7. Untrue
  8. UK
  9. Endorphin
Review: Seven years have passed since Burial first stopped us dead in our tracks with this universally acclaimed second album.. Sounding so different, so removed and far away from anything else, it changed the game entirely - and created a whole school of imitators in its wake. Now repressed by Hyperdub, this is a rare opportunity to grab it on fresh wax. Even if you have this on other formats in your collection, the dusty weight and chasmic crackles sound so much better on vinyl.
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Pull My Hair Back
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Cat: HDBLP 019. Rel: 09 Sep 13
  1. Giddy
  2. 5785021
  3. Kathy Lee
  4. Fuck Diamond
  5. Keep Moving
  6. Against The Wall
  7. Pull My Hair Back
  8. As If
  9. Strange Emotion
Review: Given that Junior Boys' Jeremy Greenspan is the man at the controls, it's perhaps unsurprising that this surprise debut full-length from little known Canadian chanteuse Jessy Lanza drips with smooth, synthesized sweetness. Packed with Greenspan's trademark melancholic, Metro Area-ish synths, but built around Lanza's fragile, otherworldly vocals, Pull My Hair Back is a contender for the best leftfield pop album of the year. Variously touching on synthesized R&B, deep boogie, sparse torch songs (see the sublime title track) and starbust wonkiness (the beautifully off-kilter "As If"), Lanza and Greenspan have delivered an impeccable, unassuming delight. Recommended.
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Decadubs 5 EP
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Decadubs 5 EP (double 12")
Cat: HDB 088. Rel: 08 Dec 14
  1. Burial - "Lambeth"
  2. Kode9 - "Oh"
  3. Cooly G - "Love Again"
  4. DVA - "Monophonic Nightmare"
  5. Martyn - "Mega Drive Generation" (Dorian Concept remix)
  6. Cooly G - "Him Da Biz"
  7. Funkystepz - "Vice Versa"
Played by: EJECA
Review: Of all the Decadubs double packs issued as part of Hyperdub's exhaustive 10th Anniversary celebrations it's probably this fifth and final edition most label fans have been waiting for. Why's that? Because it offers you the chance to grip the hallowed Burial production "Lambeth" in your hands, one of a clutch of unreleased tracks from the reclusive producer that have been racking up plays on Youtube for some five years in one form or another. However there's plenty more to sink the teeth of your stylus needle into here, with the label's stated focus on a "celebration of house, garage and techno" resulting in some fine dancefloor moves from Kode9, DVA, Cooly G and a blinding Dorian Concept refix of Martyn.
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Simple EP
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Simple EP (12")
Cat: ACRE 058. Rel: 05 Oct 15
  1. (S) Serendipity (3:11)
  2. (I) Ingenuousness (2:29)
  3. (M) Modesty (2:28)
  4. (P) Playfulness (2:51)
  5. (L) Liberty (2:46)
  6. (E) Earnest (2:39)
Review: His first original material since last year's Tayi Bebba album and the "Tambacounda" EP, Italian fusionist Clap! Clap! gets busy on an acrostic flex. S.I.M.P.L.E but highly effective; each cut slaps (and claps) with his now-trademark African tribal recordings and loopy tech dynamics. Cuts such as "Playfulness" flicker and shimmer with an Ame-style looseness while "Ingenuousness" looks more towards Detroit with minor key synth insistency and wriggling percussion. The most stark, memorable and ultimately explosive cut, however, is "Liberty". Pumping at full speed with full focus on dense layers of percussion and drums it suddenly drops into the sweetest house lick you'll hear all season. Another standing ovation for Black Acre's happiest clapper.
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Dotted EP
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Dotted EP (12")
Cat: TEMPA 107. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. Dotted (5:41)
  2. Track 2 (5:47)
  3. Dotted (Dro Carey remix) (5:44)
  4. 8th (4:32)
Review: It's an all-Australian takeover on Tempa for their 107th release, coming through in the shape of Cliques, Sydney's Hamish Dixon and George Nicholas. "Dotted", the title track, is a fistful of rolling kick drums and scattered percussion, all coated in a fine layer of minimalistic bleeping - a new and min-melting strain of UK-flavoured techno with a definite stutter; mastermind Dro Carey (TTT) remixes the track into a stompier, more cinematic bruiser with a vividly odd kind f flex in classic Carey style. "Untitled" goes for a steppers rhythm beneath solitary pads and aqueous melodies, while "8Th" ups the ante and delivers a nasty, menacing groove to get your head bouncing in pigeon-mode. Recommended!
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Free Fall
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Free Fall (12")
Cat: ZIQ 368. Rel: 04 Apr 16
  1. Eu4ria (2:48)
  2. I Am The Queen (3:20)
  3. BuZilla (4:25)
  4. Nandi (3:29)
Review: Jlin's debut LP on Planet Mu last year, the aptly named Dark Energy, was a top pick from us, and it's no wonder that the label have decided to pick her up again for a follow-up EP. There is only one way to describe this album, and that is as 'tribal juke', a sound that is fast becoming trademarked by Jlin, and one that has the potential to appeal to bass heads and Chicago house heads alike. This woman's stuff is definitely an ode to the great DJ Rashad, but Jlin goes beyond the usual tricks by adding in elements of rhythmic noise, drone and London grime. "BuZilla" is particularly reminiscent of the gear championed by Plastician back in the early 2000s. A big ol' tip for this one!
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Reflection Spaces
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Cat: ZIQ 375. Rel: 18 Apr 16
  1. Citadel VI (3:52)
  2. Shaded (4:20)
  3. Defect (5:13)
  4. Cryo Enemy (3:02)
  5. Vectors (4:02)
  6. Akwraith (3:33)
  7. Hollow-Point (1:53)
Review: The Mu come through with a debut proper for Silk Road Assassins. Formed of Tom E. Vercetti, Lovedr0id & Chemist, Silk Road Assassins previously featured on the exhaustive label compilation Planet Mu put out last year and contributed to the Peace Edits 12? on Gobstopper too. The Reflection Spaces 12" represents their debut release proper, and sees the trio investigate a loose narrative theme based around a "retro-futuristic/dystopian city, with development into game music in mind" across seven evocative soundscapes. If you maintain any semblance of interest in current strains of instrumental grime you should be all over this!
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Airglow Fires
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R&S
Cat: RS 1310. Rel: 15 Jul 13
  1. Airglow Fires
  2. Begin To Begin
Review: **REPRESS** Bringing his madcap colourful styles back to R&S once again, Lone has another slice of sunkissed wonderment to impart, this time in a concise two track single. "Airglow Fires" leads in on the most joyous choral pads, only to be surpassed by even more bright and bold chord stabs which tell you this is going to be a party rocker. The beat comes ripping in to bounce off that opening riff and of course it flexes with a dexterity of unconventional means that reassures you Lone is in no danger of going soft any time soon. There is perhaps a more linear flow to the track which is no bad thing, making for a more focused and reliable party starter whilst retaining that inimitable Lone kink. "Begin To Begin" is less outre in its intentions, but equally funky as it hops around on a snagged house groove while the melodies chime out all around the depth and breadth of the mix.
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Aviary EP
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Aviary EP (12")
R&S
Cat: RS 1604. Rel: 23 May 16
  1. Swan Filters (5:12)
  2. Skeleton Crew (4:37)
  3. Pigeons (2:48)
  4. Hundred Flute (4:23)
  5. Replenish (3:42)
  6. Returning Geese (2:48)
Review: Boxed baron and all-round Slackker Paul Lynch builds on last year's EP Backwards Light for R&S with another sextet of instrumental grime distillations... Tech-influenced, spatially aware and a fine balance of dreamland synths and paranoid, cold dynamics; his signatures should be known to anyone with a passing fancy in future beat music and they're strong then ever right here: The freezer strings of "Swan Filters", the crushed off-beat riff and deep cave echoes of "Skeleton Crew", the tsunami waves of "Pigeons", the estranged synth boogie of "Hundred Flute", the shuffled take on classic electro that is "Replenish" and the final introverted eastern adieu "Returning Geese" all add up to an EP that genuinely stands out in the current sea of creativity instrumental grime is enjoying right now.
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Proto
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Proto (CD)
Cat: TECCD 019. Rel: 16 Feb 15
  1. Border Drone
  2. Dance Energy (89 mix)
  3. Chaos Engine
  4. Legion
  5. Hall Of Mirrors
  6. Bagleys
  7. Proto
  8. Room 2 Lazer
  9. Move Your Body
  10. Cold
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Reality Testing
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R&S
Cat: RS 1405LP. Rel: 16 Jun 14
  1. First Born Seconds
  2. Restless City
  3. Meeker Warm Energy
  4. Aurora Northern Quarter
  5. 2 Is 8
  6. Airglow Fires
  7. Coincidences
  8. Begin To Begin
  9. Jaded
  10. Vengeance Video
  11. Stuck
  12. Cutched Under
Review: On the basis of this latest Lone long player, Matthew Cutler seems to be mellowing with age. Having earned a belated breakthrough on the back of a number of rush-inducing, rainbow-coloured releases for R&S that saw him surging towards the dancefloor like a toddler high on cheap orange squash, the producer once again flips the script on Reality Testing. The hardcore and rave influences of recent years have largely been abandoned in favour of smooth, head-nodding hip-hop beats, stargazing chords, twinkling melodies and far-sighted atmospherics. It is, in many ways, a return to his roots. More importantly, it's also very good, delivering synth-laden warmth and hazy, laidback grooves by the barrow load.
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Joyride EP
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Joyride EP (12")
Cat: METHPLA 022. Rel: 06 Jun 16
  1. Joyride (feat Goldie) (5:34)
  2. The Hunt (5:24)
Review: Here comes Detboi! On Metalheadz! Oh sh*t, waddup! Dos McGouran has been crafting his own take on dark, grimey street music with a hardcore edge as Detboi for almost a decade now, getting his break via On The Brink Recordings. After a prolonged association with Herve's Cheap Thrills label, McGouran threw something akin to a curveball last year with the Scatter 12" for Keysound, and here's another with the Joyride 12" for the mighty Metalheadz! Apparently introduced to the label via Paul 'Spesh Request' Woolford, Detboi actually gets the honours of sharing the studio with Goldie on title cut "Joyride," a ruff sub-130 roller! "The Hunt" sees Detboi on a solo tip, pairing up crisp percussive textures with dark as you like sub-bass and killer vocal licks.
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