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Dillirious (12")
Cat: META 009. Rel: 08 Jul 13
  1. Dillirious
  2. What You Had (feat Steo)
Review: Flipping the switch from their recent disco funk collaboration with Kathy Brown, AI delve deep into D&B's dark history books with this incredible tribute to the mighty Dillinja (the clue is in the title). "What You Had" plays the perfect foil, not only soothing your soul with Steo's honey-coated vocal but showing yet another side to AI's seemingly never-ending list of talents. Deliriously good.
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Generation EP 1
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Cat: META 036. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. Justified (SpectraSoul remix) (5:46)
  2. Painted Smile (6:16)
  3. Generation (6:15)
Review: Commix returns: fresh from his Endian techno adventures, George Levings (now running solo ops) presents his first new D&B release in over four years. Has the wait been worth it? Immerse yourself into the deep rumbles, rolls and sound designs of "Generation" or the heavy meditative complexities of "Deepdubs" and the answer is clear... Yes, the wait has been worth it and it comes with the long awaited official release of Spectrasoul's remix of "Justified" to boot. Apparently there's a whole stack more in the Commix cannon too. Big yesses.
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Played by: Vincent Inc
Phantom Force
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Cat: PHUD 12001. Rel: 11 Mar 13
  1. Phantom Force (Fractures Astrophonica edit)
  2. Backlash (Digital & Spirit rework)
Review: Rewind: it's destination 1999 as Digital and Spirit dust off one of their biggest cuts and let Fracture go to town on it. One of the most exciting prospects in the half-step scene, his delivery is up there with Dub Phizix in the unique stakes. This trippy, spliced, slo-mo jungle mix being no exception. Digital and Spirit themselves get in on the action with their own remix of "Backlash"; a rich tapestry of industrial riddims and deep space hooks, it's like the Blue Note all over again.
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Ivory Puzzle
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Ivory Puzzle (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: DDD 05T. Rel: 14 Aug 17
  1. Ivory Puzzle (8:14)
  2. Flip It (7:03)
Last Refuge Of A Scoundrel
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Cat: METACD 008. Rel: 10 Oct 16
  1. Siren Song (feat Robert Manos)
  2. Tone Poem
  3. Inna Soul Jah
  4. Through The Rays
  5. King Of The Hustlers
  6. A New Renegade
  7. Innersense
  8. Sacrifice (feat Natalie Duncan)
  9. Rockers
  10. Outcast
  11. DMT (feat Hive)
  12. Steam (The Final Chapter)
Review: 22 years into his production career, Dominic Angas - armed, of course, with his trusty Roland S760 - continues to deliver high quality drum & bass. Last Refuge of a Scoundrel is his first album for Goldie's Metalheadz stable, and sees the D&B veteran deliver a literary-inspired set of epic proportions. So, while his famous growling basslines and punchy jungle rhythms remain - see the sub-low wobble of "Tone Poem", the hardcore era madness of "King of the Hustlers" and the ragga-goes-tech-step thrust of "Rockers" - these are often counter-balanced by more musically expansive offerings. Check, for example, the epic ambient builds of "DMT" and "Steam (The Final Chapter)", the spine-tingling intro to "Siren Song", and the symphonic feel of "A New Renegade".
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Last Refuge Of A Scoundrel Sampler 2
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Last Refuge Of A Scoundrel Sampler 2 (limited clear vinyl 12")
Cat: METALP 008LTD. Rel: 26 Sep 16
  1. DMT (feat Hive) (6:24)
  2. Inna Soul Jah (6:40)
Review: After a five year wait, a new Dom & Roland album is set to land this month. His seventh in total, and first on Metalheadz, Last Refuge Of A Scoundrel is one of his most remarkable bodies of work during his illustrious 22 year career and it features outstanding, boundary-pushing tracks like this. "DMT" is classic Bluenote badness - ruthlessly rule free and sprung in pent up energy and aggression. "Inna Soul Jah" continues the furious funk with a cymbal-heavy palette of drums that sounds like no other producer's on this planet. And this barely scratches the surface of the album's depth and weight.
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Spotlight (12")
Cat: META 046. Rel: 19 Dec 16
  1. Spotlight (6:07)
  2. Rotate (5:04)
Review: Earlier in 2016, George 'Dub Phizix' Ovens returned to action after a two-year absence. That double-header was warmly received in drum & bass circles, and it's likely this relatively swift follow-up will be, too. "Spot Light" is an intriguing concoction, with lo-fi, post-rock style guitar refrains and sustained-note strings seemingly floating over a punchy, bass-heavy, retro-futurist jungle rhythm. The "back to '96" vibe is even stronger on flipside "Rotate", which makes great use of blistering early jungle breaks, mind-altering sub-bass, and the kind of blissful musical touches that were once the hallmark of early Good Lookin' Records releases. Like the A-side, it's a bit of a treat.
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Untitled Hardcore EP
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Cat: SNKR 007. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. Untitled Hardcore (#1) (3:55)
  2. Untitled Hardcore (#2) (4:05)
  3. Untitled Hardcore (#3) (7:24)
  4. Untitled Hardcore (#4) (4:25)
Review: Sublime retro future breaks from Keysound affiliate Etch. As suggested in the title, none of these breaks have real titles; it's just all about the crisp drum work, vast roominess and old school dynamics from the brushed drum swing of the first slice and the rubber ball bass of the second, right the way through the ghostly vocal tones and MC commands on the fourth slice, this is the sound of a man who knows his foundations inside out. Sneaker Social Club don't release anywhere near as much as they should.... But when they do you should always pay attention.
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Skit City EP
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Skit City EP (white vinyl 12")
Cat: CRIT 097. Rel: 17 Apr 17
  1. Skit City (feat Fox) (4:15)
  2. Waiheke Wine Club (with Halogenix) (5:20)
  3. Escape Orbit (5:40)
  4. When You're Alone (LSB remix) (6:15)
This Sound Is For The Underground (reissue) (Record Store Day 2017)
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Cat: SUBBASE 011. Rel: 15 May 17
  1. This Sound Is For The Underground (6:17)
  2. Manic Stampede (5:38)
Review: Given the recent upsurge in interest in early UK hardcore, it's perhaps unsurprising that copies of the original 1992 pressing of Krome & Time's peerless "This Sound is For The Underground" have become sought-after items. Helpfully Suburban Base has responded to demand by giving the EP a much-needed reissue. Typically of breakbeat hardcore from the period, "This Sound is For The Underground" peppers a pitched-up breakbeat with all manner of madcap sounds and samples (think sharp rave stabs, helium rap samples and, of course, a booming bassline). Original flipside "Manic Stampede", a punchy roller that fixes bleep style sub-bass thrusts to an early jungle style breakbeat and soulful reggae vocal sample, is equally as potent.
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Lamb (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 854. Rel: 10 Mar 14
  1. Lusty
  2. God Bless
  3. Cotton Wool
  4. Trans Fatty Acid
  5. Zero
  6. Merge
  7. Gold
  8. Closer
  9. Gorechi
  10. Feela
  11. Cotton Wool (Fila Brazillia mix)
  12. Trans Fatty Acid (Kruder & Dorfmeister remix)
  13. Gorecki (Globak Communication mix)
Citruspack Incl 20/28/39
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Cat: CITRUSPACK 002. Rel: 07 Apr 14
  1. Noisia & Phace - "Homeworld"
  2. Noisia & Phace - "Outsource"
  3. Quadrant - "Only Mortal"
  4. Quadrant vs D Star - "Hell Can Wait"
  5. Dose - "Can You See"
  6. Dose - "Say It Again"
The Order & The Entity
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Cat: AUX 011. Rel: 27 Oct 14
  1. Immolate
  2. Navigation To Nowhere
  3. Vessel
  4. Purgatory
Review: Far out beat science from Sam KDC for the Auxiliary label. Our journey into the unknown begins with the lolloping, strangely alluring "Immolate". Driven by an otherworldly vocal loop, you've never heard anything like it. "Navigation To Nowhere" is all about the never-ending anticipation and drama of techno. Loopy, insistent and ultimately teasing, you will drive your crowd bananas with this. Further on we're slapped softly by the palpitating dubbish dynamics of "Vessel" and sent to the darkest corners of techno on "Purgatory". Unique, thrilling and daring, KDC has smashed it once again.
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Bardabunga (12")
Cat: METHPLA 023. Rel: 23 Jan 17
  1. Phil Tangent - "Bardabunga" (5:27)
  2. Phil Tangent & Pennygiles - "Crossing The Rubicon" (6:01)
Review: The latest plate on Metalheadz Platinum series comes from Phil Tangent, a fast-rising producer who has never previously appeared on Goldie, Kemistry and Storm's historic D&B imprint. A-side "Bardabunga" is a rolling D&B delight, with foreboding chords, mutilated horn stabs and wavy vocal samples riding punchy beats and booming sub-bass. On the flip, Tangent once again joins forces with regular collaborator Pennygiles. Between them, the two producers conjure up a cyber-sonic drum and bass assault that flips from trippy breakdowns to all-out dancefloor war in the blink of an eye.
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