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War Of The Minds
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Cat: MEDI 092. Rel: 23 May 16
  1. Jade Helm (4:12)
  2. The Sound Killah (5:20)
  3. With Us (4:39)
  4. War Of The Minds (feat Werd2Jah) (4:28)
Review: New Zealand duo Truth have been irregular contributors to the Deep Medi cause since their debut on Mala's label back in 2009. In this time, Andre Fernandez and Tristan Roake have spread the Truth gospel for dubstep heads with further releases on Firepower, Tempa, Boka and more. War Of The Minds sees Truth back on Deep Medi for the duo's first 12" of 2016 replete with some eye-catching cover art from m7grafiks. From the opening sub heave and lolloping rollage of "Jade Helm" you can tell Fernandez and Roake made these cuts with Deep Medi in mind, honing in successfully on a very specific mood. The brute force bass of "With Us" and the Werd2Jag guesting title cut are the pick here.
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Mere Sher (VIP/Danny Scrilla Remix)
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Mere Sher (VIP/Danny Scrilla Remix) (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: LION 001. Rel: 23 May 16
  1. Mere Sher (VIP) (4:46)
  2. Mere Sher (Danny Scrilla remix) (4:57)
Review: Kromestar's lion-roaring beauty from 2014 enjoys two insane updates: firstly Kromestar's own VIP that's been a special at SYSTEM nights for almost as long as the original. Then comes Danny Scrilla with his own halftime take; maintaining the bassline's gruff textures but twisting them into a whole new rhythm over snaking percussion and a piano-laced drop to die for, Scrilla's knocked this remix well and truly out of the park. Then kicked it back in. Then kicked it back out even harder.
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Space Horror
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Space Horror (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: BLACKLIST 005. Rel: 16 May 16
  1. Space Horror (5:36)
  2. Step On Lava (3:59)
Review: Blacklist hit release number five and it's the label bossman doing what he does best: taking us down dark paths on twisted, subverted adventures we didn't even know existed. "Space Horror" bundles us into the boot of a rusty old rocket and speeds down the backstreets of Omicron Persei 8 where the drums slouch along the slimy alleys and bassline groan and fall out of dark corners. "Walk On Lava" sees us being chucked out of the spaceship from a great height into the eye of a volcano. With blistering kicks and a tense acid line, will we make it out on time or will our geese get cooked? There's only way to find out...
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Truth In Sound
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Truth In Sound (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: MEDI 091. Rel: 14 Mar 16
  1. Truth In Sound (4:35)
  2. Noctule (4:15)
  3. Tibetan Chant (5:42)
  4. Four Four Claps (6:02)
Review: Compa hails from Manchester, but his productions and his sound are quite deeply imbedded into London's rich dubstep dynasty. The young bass wizard is back on Mala's Deep Medi Muzik, starting off with the murky stepper riddim called "Truth In Sound", a wreckage of beats and sonics that is dissolved by the mutant waves of "Noctule". "Tibetan Chant" is more of a tribal dance ritual to the Gods, and "Four Four Claps" turns things nastier and away from the deeper waters that we're used to hearing Compa sail on.
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Intrepid
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Intrepid (12")
Cat: CHST 038. Rel: 11 Apr 16
  1. Intrepid (5:33)
  2. Overlook (6:12)
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Far Wud
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Far Wud (10")
Cat: RUFFCUT 007. Rel: 28 Mar 16
  1. Far Wud (5:35)
  2. Troubles & Temptations (5:59)
Review: Ruff Cuts! Strictly 10" styles! For the uninitiated, Ruff Cut was launched by Osiris Music back in 2013 as an intermittent platform for their roster to explore styles and sounds away from the main flex associated with Kryptic Mind's label. Tremble has become a key Ruff Cut artist, despite the lack of information out there, with this Far Wud 10" the third release on the label credited to the producer. Once again, Tremble delivers two cuts of dubwise stepper science with the spacious vibe of the title track just shading it for us. Dare we say it is Tremble's best work to date? Sure, let's run with that!
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Fatty Batty (Danny Scrilla remix)
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Cat: AMAR 007. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. Amit - "Fatty Batty" (Danny Scrilla remix) (4:45)
  2. Danny Scrilla - "Lighter" (4:23)
Review: When it comes to deep dubby halftime, few labels are as reliable, forward-thinking or exciting as Amit's Amar. Here we find the label boss giving Scrilla the keys to last summer's hummer "Fatty Batty". Adding more melodic layers and cool double-ups on the kicks, Danny's turned in the perfect remix that pays respect to the original while taking it further into pastures unknown. Flip for "Lighter", a straight up dubwise joint with a kick so steady, reliable and dependable it could give you a reference for a mortgage. Serious.
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Victory (Mala remix)
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Cat: DUBK 027. Rel: 21 Dec 15
  1. Victory (Mala remix) (4:45)
  2. Stealth (5:42)
Played by: Nice Up! Records
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Ego Dub
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Ego Dub (12")
Cat: T12 003. Rel: 10 Aug 15
  1. Ego Dub (1:15)
  2. Refuse (5:04)
Review: The mysterious WULF comes through with his debut for Tribe 12 Music, an imprint reserved for the more headsy end of bass music around the European quarters. "Ego Dub" and a straight-up roller, a corner-dweller special featuring a heavy bassline, dubwise flutters and a loose percussion flex. On the B-side, "Refuse" man rains the dub tonality, but heads deeper into the wormhole thanks to a sleepy artillery of drums, and a grizzly bassline for that final 'crunch'. Recommended!
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Ramsgate
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Ramsgate (7")
Cat: LIONCHG 7003. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. J Robinson & Who Dem Sound meets Cessman & K Man - "Ramsgate" (3:25)
  2. J Robinson Who Dem Sound - "Ramsgate" (dub) (3:26)
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Stay Calm
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Stay Calm (heavyweight green marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: MS 024. Rel: 28 Mar 16
  1. Stay Calm (feat YT - Mungo Hi-Fi remix) (4:36)
  2. Earthwalker (Sekkleman remix) (5:12)
Review: Moonshine clearly can't let go of Subconscious, the 2013 album from Polish dubster Radikal Guru. Earlier this year, the label issued the Digitalizer Riddim 12", pairing up Subconcious highlight "Stay Calm" with a triplet of superb version excursions. Now that same YT-featuring cut appears on this rather dashing green 12", given the royal remix treatment by Glasgow's finest, Mungo's Hi-Fi. In the hands of this quartet, "Stay Calm" is transformed into a more conscious dubwise stepper and is complemented by the flipside take on "Earthwalker" by Sekkleman. Here the track is treated with all manner of delay, and boosted by some real sub heft.
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Militant Dub
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Cat: ISS 036. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. Militant Dub (3:05)
  2. Dub The Bass (3:07)
Review: Uprising Sounds returns to Indica with a powerful original and even heavier version. "Militant Dub" leads heavily on the main synth line that's almost oriental in its allure and mysticism. As the title suggests, the rhythm is persistent and just on the right side of rigid to maintain the essential funk. "Dub The Bass" is a much deeper exploration of the low end as the warping bass is allowed to turn itself inside out as the track progresses. Standard Indica procedure: only 500 have been pressed.
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Victory
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Victory (12")
Cat: DUBK 023. Rel: 20 Jan 14
  1. Victory (feat (Horns) aka Galgo & Digitstep)
  2. Verse II
  3. Verse III
  4. Verse IV (Raw Piece)
Review: Dubkasm's digi-dub roots dig deep into the early 90s. Boosted into the future by fellow Bristolians Pinch, Appleblim and Headhunter, here we find them declaring "Victory" with this instantly show-stopping horn-heavy skanker. Laced with space and complete with myriad versions, a fine balance of meditative bass and mind-blowing sonic creativity is at play throughout. Those with a penchant for the abyss-levels of dub science should jump straight on "Verse IV". Hear that stretched horn sound and you'll soon understand why it's been sub-titled "Raw Piece". Victory is yours!
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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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LA Dusseldorf (remixes)
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Cat: ITA 104. Rel: 22 Feb 16
  1. BAR Theme (Wolf Muller remix) (5:56)
  2. Anjali Reverse (Pharaohs remix) (5:59)
  3. Dexy's Alrobe (Orson remix) (5:36)
  4. Adios (Diva remix) (7:12)
Review: Italic has been representing the electronic scene in Cologne and surrounding areas since before the turn of the century, playing house to stylistically ambiguous outfits such as Kreidler, Stabil Elite and the many different projects of Stefan Schwander. Last year saw Italic usher in the BAR project of Stabil Elite's Lucas Croon and Christina Irrgang, with their self-titled LP turning out a sharply informed blend of new wave, synth pop and the finest in German kosmische traditions. To accompany the album, Italic have called on a cast of artists specifically split between Dusseldorf and Los Angeles to remix BAR. Pharoahs take "Anjali Reverse" and turn it into a gently lilting Balearic vignette, while noted German dubstepper Orson nudges "Dexy's Alrobe" into a spacious half-step chiller. Diva Dompe, daughter of Bauhaus drummer Kevin Haskins no less, creates a bewitching version of "Adios" that sounds beamed straight out of Sunday morning, but for pure flair and unmistakable groove Wolf Muller's take on "BAR Theme" has us especially excited!
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Flummox EP
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Flummox EP (12")
Cat: SUBALT 010. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. De Maya (5:39)
  2. Flummox (4:43)
  3. Stick Fight (5:59)
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Biodigital Jazz
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Cat: SUBALT 002. Rel: 02 Dec 13
  1. Prism & Valor - "Biodigital Jazz"
  2. Prism - "Ghost Hawk"
  3. Prism & Valor - "Biodigital Jazz" (Gantz remix)
Played by: Mentha, AxH
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Gideon Time
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Gideon Time (hand-stamped 7")
Cat: GA 003. Rel: 09 Nov 15
  1. Gideon Time (feat Danman) (3:35)
  2. Gideon Dubwise (3:38)
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Laid To Rest
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Cat: IFS 002. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. Laid To Rest (4:43)
  2. Remember (3:59)
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IO
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IO (12")
Cat: IFS 001. Rel: 25 Jan 16
  1. IO (5:10)
  2. Aye Aye (4:59)
Review: Longstanding dub reppers Infernal Sounds shred into 2016 with a brand new label. If you've followed their unfettered support for authentic dubstep, you'll already know how much of a big deal this is. Kicking off with New Zealand duo Perverse, both sides rumble with class; "IO" is laced with trippy percussive ricochets and a stately amphibious warble while "Aye Aye" is a sludgier, unhurried pensive construction full of dark drama. From the packaging to the sounds; you know Infernal have spent a long time planning this label debut... And they're likely to have spent even longer planning the oncoming release-assault.
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Von
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Von (12")
Cat: FPL 009. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. Clairvoyance (3:32)
  2. Should Have Known (3:23)
  3. Von (6:21)
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Recurrence
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Recurrence (12")
Cat: TA 002. Rel: 28 Mar 16
  1. Recurrence (4:50)
  2. Recurrence (LX One remix) (4:06)
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Tell Dem
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Tell Dem (12")
Cat: LM 001. Rel: 29 Feb 16
  1. Tell Dem (4:17)
  2. Cryosphere (3:29)
Review: Danny Scrilla tells two sides to one beautiful sonic story for the debut release on brand new underground bass imprint Library. The acid-heavy "Tell Dem" is the slow, steady and ultimately menacing march of the self-aware robots who will inevitably take over the planet. The beatless, synth-charmed "Cryosphere" soundtracks the aftermath as we're all preserved in freezers for future organ harvesting. A very serious label launch right here; get to know.
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Imperial
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Imperial (hand-numbered 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: BS 003. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. The Widdler & Oldgold - "Imperial" (5:36)
  2. Helktram & Karnage - "Rat Catcher" (6:03)
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Filthy
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Filthy (double 10" + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 10353. Rel: 12 Aug 13
  1. Freakshow (feat Danny Brown & Kiki Hitomi)
  2. Louder (feat Flowdan)
  3. Dirty (feat Flowdan)
  4. Kill Them (feat Daddy Freddy)
Review: Dropping a searing double pack of 10" badness ahead of the forthcoming Angels & Devils album, The Bug is back in business with some apocalyptic gutter bass of the highest order. "Freakshow" matches the leering delivery of Danny Brown with the sinister croon of King Midas Sound's Kiki Hitomi over a horn-laden trap swagger to devastating effect. "Louder" pits Flowdan in the depths of a nauseating half-step march, while "Dirty" takes the London MC into a barrage of equally nerve-jangling drum rattles and alarm-clanging stabs. Long-time Bug collaborator Daddy Freddy rolls up his sleeves for "Kill Them", anchoring the dread stomp with a fearsome growl as anthemic as it is nihilistic.
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Keep The Fire Burning (Lennon rerub)
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Cat: BURNING 001. Rel: 20 Jul 09
  1. Keep The Fire Burning (Lennon rerub)
Played by: Mike Lennon
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Hammerfest
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Hammerfest (12")
Cat: BARN 004. Rel: 11 Jul 11
  1. Hammerfest
  2. Hoverfly
  3. Hupiter
Played by: M50, Kornél Kovács
Review: Ex Pylon has remained one of the more mysterious figures within the realm of electronic music, with a trail of intrigue dating all the way back to the days gone by when Rupert Murdoch saw fit to splurge millions of pounds on MySpace. As is the way with the internet, a simple "hey guys check out my old Cornish buddy Ex Pylon" style blog post from Border Community poster boy Nathan Fake led to all manner of rumour and hearsay. Fast forward several years, it seems a happy coincidence that as the aforementioned Antipodean tycoon waves goodbye to MySpace and any notion of profit (he surely has bigger things on his plate at the moment) Ex Pylon deems fit to finally release his debut EP. Arriving on the fledgling yet already impressive Studio Barnhus imprint run by messrs Boman, Kovacs and Petter, quite why it's taken so long for Ex Pylon's debut to arrive isn't revealed and is likely to remain so.

Let's just be grateful to the Studio Barnhus crew for finally allowing the music buying/stealing (delete where appropriate) public a chance to indulge in the rewarding vision of techno Ex Pylon dabbles in. The title track "Hammerfest" opens proceedings in fine fashion, sprawling across A Side towards the run out groove in a sonic fashion not dissimilar to the arrangements that made up The Field's debut set for Kompakt a few years ago. Frosted synth lines compete with glitched out rhythms in shifting in and out of focus over stripped down drums, whilst the final ascent into the skies provides a potent end to a track which demands the needle be returned to the start. "Hoverfly" is equal in the use of glitchy rhythms, though the mood switches from euphoria to apprehension as the track digs deep into your senses with a dizzying array of kaleidoscopic alien textures burrowing far beneath the pattering layers of drums. Just when you think those textures will disappear completely, they surface to the fore with optimum speed over a snapping kick drum. It's a challenging but entirely engrossing listen. The final moments allow your senses to relax via the undulating beatless soundscapes of "Hupiter" - drawing on a multiplicity of soft melodic textures and cooing vocal samples with generally engrossing results.
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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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Skreamizm Vol 7
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Skreamizm Vol 7 (triple 12")
Cat: TEMPA 072. Rel: 11 Mar 13
  1. Copy Cat (feat Kelis)
  2. Vacillate
  3. Scrooge's Revenge
  4. Sticky
  5. Inhumane
  6. Junkyard Dispute
Review: Amid his current announcements that he will be playing house, techno and disco at all performances from now on, Ollie Jones unleashes the seventh instalment of previously unreleased material. Ranging from the sultry pop soul of the Kelis-fronted "Copy Cat" to the classic Croydon savagery of "Vacillate" and "Scrooge's Revenge", it's one of the broadest "Skreamizm" collections to date. For an idea of his new sonic ventures head for "Sticky": it's like Alter Ego but with grittier, more Londoncentric charms.
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Outlaw EP
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Outlaw EP (double 12")
Cat: IMRV 013. Rel: 15 Jun 15
  1. Key (5:40)
  2. Outlaw (4:50)
  3. Drumspeak (4:37)
  4. Farout (3:15)
  5. Shut (5:02)
Review: Innamind have done what everyone has been clamouring after the success of last year's Las x Mikael EP and locked the Finnish pair up in a studio and not let them out until they've laid down another clutch of heavyweight steppers. Nice work Innamind! This time it's a double pack affair brandishing a weighty five productions, three of which are straight up collaborations between the Innamind mainstays. As you'd expect it's a heavily atmospheric affair throughout with the rattling percussive drama of "Drumspeak" the highlight of Las and Mikael's joint efforts, whilst the former's solo cut "Farout" may be the best example of what we like to call drunkstep.
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Heal
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Heal (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: IMRV 014. Rel: 24 Aug 15
  1. Heal (6:04)
  2. Rumblefish (4:45)
  3. Flee In The Fog (feat Dubtro) (4:32)
Review: Japanese dub stepper Karma resurfaces on Innamind with a deadly 12" exercise in bass science; welcome news for anyone that caught his previous contributions to Vivek's System label and that Back To Chill compilation from Goth Trad. The Heal 12" sees Karma dip into his personal armoury of dubplate weapons for a triplet of deadly cuts with Innamind welcome recipients. Dread vibes run deep through the title track which features some mind-bending sub bass deployment - we gotta hear this one on a big rig!! "Rumblefish" crams all manner of abstract found sound into a taut, almost 4/4 rhythm with dystopian results whilst closer "Flee in The Fog" finds Karma working with Dubtro on a production where the space between elements is key to creating tension.
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Dead Language
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Cat: CHST 037. Rel: 28 Sep 15
  1. Dead Language (5:35)
  2. Anti-Social (4:02)
  3. Undertone (3:49)
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Trust Again (remixes)
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Cat: LOCWHITE 004. Rel: 07 Apr 14
  1. Trust Again (Rabit remix)
  2. Trust Again (Inkke remix)
  3. Trust Again (Compa remix)
  4. Trust Again (Major Grave remix)
Review: With the long-awaited DJ Q album finally available, Local Action use the opportunity to sneak out this limited white label 12" featuring four exclusive reworks of the bassline don's "Trust Again" single. First up on the A-side is Texan grime producer Rabit, who overlays some punishing bass and fractured rhythms on top of a scrambled version of the original's pop melodies, and Glasgow-based Inkke, who offers a more dancefloor friendly grime-inspired re-rub which bodes very well for future Local Action Material from the producer later in the year. On the flip side, talented up and coming dubstep producer Compa provides a killer dubstep version which makes incredible use of the full vocal to create the kind of pop-dubstep track Magnetic Man wished they could have made, while Major Grave rounds things off with another killer grime flavoured version which combines a steppers rhythm with some seriously heavy bass. Although most remix EPs can be beset with duff moments, there isn't a single dud on here.
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HTH020
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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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Music Killer
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Cat: ONUVS 1025. Rel: 18 Nov 13
  1. Music Killer (extended mix)
  2. Music Killer (Dubplate Pressure)
Review: Music Killer is an appropriately titled second release from the almighty pairing of Pinch and Adrian Sherwood who are clearly enjoying bringing their respective and respected production talents to the table in a studio situation. Whilst the Bring Me Weed 12" released earlier this year was very good it felt a bit like Sherwood and Ellis were only just feeling out where the partnership could go, the two tracks here sound like the results of some extensive studio time for the pair. Having road tested the record on the Juno office stereo it has be said headphones or laptop speakers just don't do justice to the deeply trippy bass weight of "Music Killer" in either it's extended or dubplate pressure version. The former crunches through a 130+bpm riddim and is blessed with all manner of toasting whilst Sherwood is granted the space on the latter to lay down some typically mind-bending reverb and delay effects.
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Meltdown
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Meltdown (limited red vinyl 10")
Cat: PIASR 611V10. Rel: 22 Feb 16
  1. Meltdown (5:10)
  2. Meltdown (Squarepusher remix) (5:07)
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Wastegash (remixes)
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Cat: GRIDUK 058. Rel: 18 Nov 13
  1. Wastegash (The Upbeats remix)
  2. Wastegash (Subzee D remix)
Review: One of the Estonian trio's most provocative tunes to date -and their only pure dubstep tune - here we find it under the knife of The Upbeats and Subzee D. The former eschew their D&B roots with a potty-mouthed halfstepper that pays complete respect to the original while adding a lot more texture and guttural groove to the gritty, scratchy bass hook. The latter flip vibes for a beat-heavy, tropical stomper that switches the bass into a much sharper, pensive hook. Both give the tongue-in-cheek track a whole new lease of life.
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Under Control EP
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Cat: SUBWAY 033. Rel: 02 Jun 14
  1. Under Control
  2. You Dont Belong Here
  3. Pace Yourself
Review: Also known as Germany's Next Top Wobble, Bukez Finezt has taken things next level with "Under Control". Hyped across the board (from deep heads to tear-out boys) as one of the key releases of 2014 so far, this sub-saturated swagger-jam has an ability to sing to all corners of the ever-fractured dubstep floor. Want to go deeper again? Head for "You Don't Belong Here". Wonkier than a wooden legged pirate with gout, it's peppered with spooked SFX and a bass tone so ominous it could raise the Devil himself, Bukez clearly has a dark, dark mind! Finally we hit "Pace Yourself". A percussive hype track with a very cheeky horn sample, all manner of madness has been coded into the vast space between the elements. Minimalist chaos anyone?
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EP2: The Line Path
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Cat: LDN 019. Rel: 24 Jan 11
  1. Double Helix - "Chamber Of Light"
  2. Double Helix - "Bass 2 Dark"
  3. Amen Ra - "Candy Rain"
  4. Amen ra - "Trifle"
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Enter The Silence
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  1. Double Helix - "Deep Life"
  2. Low Density Matter - "Blue Steel"
  3. Amen Ra & Double Helix - "Steelz"
  4. Amen Ra - "Broken Glass" (feat Double Helix)
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Second Babylon
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Second Babylon (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: LIONCHG 015. Rel: 29 Feb 16
  1. Second Babylon (4:46)
  2. Mauser (dub) (4:15)
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Militant Mindset
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Militant Mindset (double 12")
Cat: HOTLINE 008. Rel: 03 Aug 15
  1. Militant Mindset (feat Rider Shafique) (4:08)
  2. Dub Mindset (E3 dub) (3:36)
  3. EOD (4:05)
  4. Rivet (5:06)
  5. Highest (feat Rider Shafique) (3:53)
  6. Highest (instrumental) (3:56)
Review: Hotline continue to channel the most exciting sounds to be dissipating from the Bristol locale with their latest release a double pack from the mighty Ishan Sound! Chris Ebdon is evidently sitting on a wealth of Ishan Sound dubs with this double pack for Hotline following on from a self-titled Peng Sound release of a similar nature earlier this year. Presented in striking yellow, these six cuts find Ishan Sound working with the rolling vocal style of Rider Shafique, and sees Ebdon bring his more club-orientated style to the fore. Heavy steppers vibes through and through from the Young Echo man!
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Rooftop Stepper
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Cat: MS 022. Rel: 07 Dec 15
  1. Rooftop Stepper (5:01)
  2. Basement Stepper (4:09)
  3. Space Station Stepper (4:43)
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Waterfall
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Waterfall (12")
Cat: TRIANGLE 22. Rel: 31 Mar 14
  1. Salt Carousel
  2. Fuck Idol
  3. Propeller
  4. Waterfall
Review: Music from the young Joshua Leary has been sporadic since he emerged on a wave of YouTube hype at the tail end of 2011, with only the Kings and Them mixtape and this year's one-sided Duga-3release on Record Store Day, but given he received a production credit on Kanye West's Yeezus album last year his relative silence can be forgiven. As such the Waterfall EP represents perhaps Leary's first proper release, and it shows that he has come a long way since the early days of his career. Containing four tracks that bridge the gap between jungle, hip hop and ambient music, Waterfall is both delicate and savage in equal measure, especially on the closing title track, where plaintive piano and semi-automatic snares collide to thrilling effect.
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Deliverance Series No 1
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  1. Be At His Command
  2. Vor Und Zuruck
Review: With one single from pioneering producer Shackleton having already emerged on his Woe To The Septic Heart! Label this year in the shape of the synthesis-based Freezing Opening Thawing, he makes a swift return with the first installment of the Deliverance Series. Fans of his last work will be right at home with the minimal, almost Villalobos-esque sounds of "Beat His Command", whose wiry arpeggio seems capable of tunnelling its way directly into your brain. "Vor Und Zuruck" continues the synthetic choir motif of its associate, melding Shackleton's trademark percussive bounce with an almost weightless structure and progressively psychedelic structure that sounds like a digitised acid trip. This is still recognisably Shackleton, but it sounds like he's rebuilt his sound from the ground up.
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Hammerhead
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Hammerhead (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: LAB 017. Rel: 22 Feb 16
  1. Hammerhead (original mix) (5:36)
  2. Hammerhead (Bardeya remix) (6:09)
Review: Australian bass HQ Aquatic Lab invite Zed Bias for some low-hanging, sly-swinging Maddslinky dub fun. "Hammerhead" groans rather than rolls with its deep pressure rumbles. Ably paced with flutters of classic breaks, it's got the mood, energy and weight to stick across any dark genre from garage to tech. Speaking of tech, for a deeper bass pressure and leaner aesthetic jump straight on Bardeya's flip for added darkness.
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Tomorrow's Child
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Tomorrow's Child (limited blue vinyl 12")
Cat: STYRAX REC. Rel: 24 Sep 12
  1. Tomorrow's Child
  2. Pretenders To A Crown Long
  3. Saboteur
Review: Though best known for their tech-house offerings, Berlin label Styrax have already dipped their toes in the murky world of bass with a release from Synkro last year, and now they turn to Ghostlight, a collaboration between Ghostek and Roof Light for more. "Tomorrow's Child" showcases a mastery of swung garage mechanics, dub textures and melancholy atmospherics. "Pretenders To A Crown Long" is characterised by its deep subs recalling classic dubstep, while "Saboteur" is a more rolling affair, pulsing with deep low-end and spectral ambience.
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Eazy Tek It Eazy
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Eazy Tek It Eazy (hand-stamped 10")
Cat: RUFFCUT 004. Rel: 03 Aug 15
  1. Eazy Tek It Eazy (5:06)
  2. Word Sound & Power (5:20)
Review: Previous outings on the 10" white label series Ruff Cut have come from Killawatt, Kaiju and Send (Ipman and Killawatt) but there is no clue as yet who is behind this latest transmission. Regardless, if you have been following the label's intermittent releases you will feel the need to check these two cuts. Jah vibes abound in "Eazy Tek it Eazy", a dub-wise steppahs track that has Mariana Trench levels of deepness - we need to hear this one on a big rig! Oodles of delay greet your ears when "Word Sound And Power" swings into view, but there is more of a discernible beat to hang onto here.
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Killa Dinna
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Cat: RUFFCUT 001. Rel: 15 Jul 13
  1. Killa Dinna
  2. Killa Inna Jungle
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Radix
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Radix (10")
Cat: RUFFCUT 006. Rel: 18 Jan 16
  1. Radix (5:33)
  2. Chalice (5:51)
Review: The mysterious Tremble has already appeared on Ruffcut before, his previous 10" being a gnarly blend of dubstep and pure bass delight, and he's up to the same tricks on this latest two-tracker. "Radix" sounds like the kind of dub version that Jah Shaka would play these days, except the beat is broken, shuffling, and the tones in its core are closer to the DMZ end of things, or even Livity Sound's output. "Chalice" follows the same sort of formula, but what is different here is the texture and sci-fi sounds surround the whirlpool of bass holding the track together. Rahh...
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