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Ruling Sound
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Cat: MS 028. Rel: 12 Dec 16
  1. Ruling Sound (4:55)
  2. Ruling Dub (4:59)
  3. Ruling Sound (TMSV remix) (5:00)
Review: Lafayette, Louisiana, may not be particularly associated with the bowel-bothering sub-bass and ricocheting drum hits of dubstep. Nevertheless, it's home to Bukkha, a producer whose floor-friendly dubstep releases are shot through with high-grade dub reggae influences. "Ruling Sound", featuring the slick and soulful vocals of Junior Dread, is a perfect example. It's effectively a dubstep/steppers reggae fusion, and a very good one at that. The producer's love of original dub can be heard loud and clear on the accompanying "Ruling Dub", which beefs up the sub-bass whilst ramping up the reverb, delay and tape echo. The flipside TMSV Remix, which boasts crunchier, jungle-influenced breakbeats and even weightier sub-bass, is also pretty nifty.
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OM Unit Remixes (Record Store Day 2016)
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Cat: TEMPA 108. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. J Kenzo - "Ruffhouse" (Om Unit remix) (4:26)
  2. Nomine - "Blind Man" (Om Unit remix) (6:05)
Warrior EP
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Warrior EP (12")
Cat: IAG 002. Rel: 19 Dec 16
  1. Right Now (feat Shemzy) (3:18)
  2. It's A London Thing (feat Scott Garcia) (3:30)
  3. What's Man Saying? (feat P Money) (4:40)
  4. Warrior (2:48)
  5. Danger (4:13)
SNM
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SNM (limited gold vinyl 12")
Cat: LOW 023. Rel: 21 Nov 16
  1. Swift (feat Nico Lindsay) (3:58)
  2. SNM (3:59)
  3. Swift (feat Nico Lindsay - Trends remix) (4:13)
  4. SNM (Trends remix instrumental) (4:13)
Review: Rotterdam grime time: JLSXND7RS steps up with "Swift", a groaning, bleak jam with depth plunge bass tones that echo deep into the ground. Nico Lindsay provides the lyrical drama as he rifles through a sharp stream of conscious truths. Remix-wise Trends recharges the flow with a much more militant twist as AK47 snares cause serious damage. Loaded with instrumentals, all situations are covered here.
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The Undertaker (remixes)
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The Undertaker (remixes) (hand-stamped clear vinyl 12")
Cat: RELOADZ 003. Rel: 25 Jul 16
  1. The Undertaker (P Jam remix) (3:43)
  2. The Undertaker (Hi5 Ghost remix) (4:12)
  3. The Undertaker (Impey remix) (4:41)
  4. The Undertaker (Darkness remix) (3:19)
Review: Now almost two years old, Trends and JLSXND7RS break-heavy thunder-cut "The Undertaker" is now on its third lease of life. First as an original instrumental, then as a riotous grime cut with Flirta D, now as a four-pack of killer versions: P Jam twists up the drums and prangs out the bass with a little more FX and space. Hi5 Ghost starts off lightly with a sci-fi sheen and gradually builds the drums with added crunch. Impey turns the bassline into a rubber ball over a pneumatic two-step with Radioactive Man style funk while Darkness takes straight back to 2000 with a clap-heavy dark garage salute.
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The Pheonix EP
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Cat: KAP 018. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. No Face (4:03)
  2. Only You (4:04)
  3. Planet D (4:13)
  4. 21 (3:42)
Review:  His first proper body of work since his Mainframe album last year, Joker returns with four more reasons why he's in a league of his own: while "No Face" tickles our cheeks with velvet purple glove, "Only You" switches for a purple boxing glove and knocks us plain out with its big strings and romantic melodic twists. "Planet D" is straight out of the score from movie of Joker's life in 30 years time once he's colonised five planets with his universal funky language. Finally "21" reminds us of Joker's gully roots with a swaggering halftime vibe that flexes mentasm-muscles so hard three gyms have closed down in the time it's taken you to read this review. Classical badman.
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City Hopper
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Cat: TEC 036. Rel: 14 Dec 09
  1. City Hopper
  2. Output 1-2
XXIV Bit EP
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Cat: KAP 019. Rel: 12 Sep 16
  1. G Shit (4:18)
  2. Highway (4:07)
  3. Night Life (2:38)
  4. Glass Hearts (3:13)
Review: Bristol's Joker is on fire right now. Amid signing and slinging tracks from the likes of Sh?m, Sorrow and Asa, he's dealt out some outstanding tracks throughout the year. Tracks like these purple punch-ups... where no vibe or tempo is out of bounds. From the sleazy synthetic swoons of "G Shit" to the slower-motion Megadrive twinkles and sonic glitter of "Glass Hearts", it's like Joker's taken his palette, mixed the colours and painted a whole new scenery. Forward-thinking...
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Juice
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Juice (limited hand-stamped 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: S7S 005. Rel: 30 Jan 17
  1. Juice (5:49)
  2. Behind Schedule (5:37)
Review: You'll have to move fast to cop a copy of this limited, hand-stamped 12" from fast-rising producer Jook, whose debut 10" on Reloadz was one of the underground grime/post-dubstep hits of 2016. A-side "Juice" is a weighty, clandestine affair, with ricocheting percussion hits, creepy sonic textures and effects-laden vocal shots combining brilliantly with Jook's sizeable sub-bass surges. Flipside "Behind Schedule" is built around an altogether snappier dancefloor riddim, with warped bass, intergalactic electronics and far-out effects only emphasizing the alien nature of Jook's impeccable production.
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Say Nothin (Rockwell remix)
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Say Nothin (Rockwell remix) (1-sided 12" picture disc)
Cat: RAZORS 012. Rel: 18 Feb 13
  1. Say Nothin
BOXED002
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BOXED002 (12")
Cat: BOXED 002. Rel: 13 Jun 16
  1. Logos - "Marked For Death Gun Man" (3:55)
  2. Iglew - "Lullaby" (4:39)
  3. Spooky & Boylan - "Peckham To Hackney" (3:44)
  4. Jawside - "Blurred Rain" (3:32)
Review: Instrumental grime pioneers Boxed stay fixed to the split artist approach on their second 12", scoring cuts from Logos, Iglew, Jawside and a Spooky & Boylan collaboration. For those unable to attend the regular Boxed dances throughout London and beyond, this is a great snapshot of some of the music that soundtracks them with collective co-founder Logos leading the charge. His "Marked 4 Death Gunman" flips the classic Slewdem crew Gunman riddim, adding his own hardcore twist with "Lullaby" from Gobstopper graduate Iglew offering a neat thrust between moments of calm and chaos. Spooky & Edgem Records artist Boylan trace a line between South and East London on "Peckham to Hackney" whilst Oxford-based newcomer Jawside closes out the 12? with hyper-effective angular dancefloor bomb "Blurred Rain."
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BOXED 003
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BOXED 003 (12")
Cat: BOXED 003. Rel: 17 Oct 16
  1. Mr Mitch - "Friend Of Mine" (4:43)
  2. ASIF KID - "Mashman Riddim" (part 2) (4:25)
  3. JT The Goon - "Flux Capacitor" (6:17)
  4. Sirpixalot - "All In One VIP" (4:28)
Review: Few crews are doing it quite as well as Boxed. Tapping down a real root note in their grime/beats fusions, each EP (and each party they host) knows when to keep it deep and when to really slap it out silly. This beautiful contrast can often be found within one tune. "Mashman Riddim", for example, warms up with swooning wavey synth textures before dropping into a riff that lives up to its name. Elsewhere the ubiquitous Mr Mitch pays respect to Burial, JT The Goon dusts off his flutes for an alien-charming drama session that could score the sequel to Braveheart while Sir Pixalot returns to his Newham Generals-endorsed "All In One" with a VIP that really does slap us about silly.
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UKF Dubstep 2016
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UKF Dubstep 2016 (limited numbered white vinyl 12")
UKF
Cat: UKF 021LP. Rel: 12 Dec 16
  1. Myro - "Playa" (4:03)
  2. Joker - "Tron" (Sh?m remix) (5:02)
  3. Koven - "Telling Me" (4:54)
  4. Bare Noize & AFK - "Elemental" (feat Anna Yvette) (4:07)
HOS 015
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HOS 015 (12")
Cat: HOS 015. Rel: 01 Mar 17
  1. Scalade & Nights - "Stasis" (4:15)
  2. Charlux - "Chanel Handbag" (3:32)
  3. Fresh Paul - "Janet Again" (3:44)
  4. J-One - "The Fever" (4:51)
Where Are U Now (Record Store Day 2016)
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Cat: 007567 8666162. Rel: 02 May 16
  1. Where Are U Now (4:06)
  2. Where Are U Now (Kaskade remix) (5:10)
  3. Where Are U Now (Marshmello remix) (3:27)
  4. Where Are U Now (Ember Island remix) (2:34)
Albums
Integrity> Instrumentals
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Cat: JME 052. Rel: 28 Dec 15
  1. Pulse 8 (2:18)
  2. 96 Fuckries (2:50)
  3. Taking Over (2:49)
  4. Work (3:38)
  5. Game (3:44)
  6. Same Thing (2:36)
  7. Amen (2:06)
  8. Again (3:14)
  9. Break You Down (3:02)
  10. The Money (2:26)
  11. No You Ain't (3:42)
  12. Calm (3:23)
  13. Man Don't Care (3:30)
  14. Don't @ Me (3:13)
  15. Test Me (4:17)
  16. Integrity (3:19)
The Vision
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The Vision (2xLP)
4AD
Cat: CAD 3131. Rel: 31 Oct 11
  1. Intro
  2. Slaughter House
  3. Tron
  4. The Vision (Let Me Breathe)
  5. Milky Way
  6. Level 6 (interlude)
  7. My Trance Girl
  8. Lost
  9. On My Mind
  10. Back In The Days
  11. Electric Sea
  12. The Magic Causeway
Review: Given his rapid ascent from pioneering 'purple' producer to major player, it's perhaps little surprise to find that Joker's long-awaited (and much hyped) debut album sees the Bristolian youngster mixing typically funk-laden synth-step jams with moments of soaring dubstep pop and hip-hop funk. While it's the latter that have propelled his rise, it's the former on which he built his career. It's notable, then, that the best moments on The Vision are those that draw most from his early purple work; the contemporary P-funk of "Level 6", cyber-funk of "Milky Way" and gorgeous Herbie Hancock-does-Purple grooves of closer "Magic Causeway" are amongst the best things he's done.
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Played by: STARKEY, Breakbeat.is
The Mainframe
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The Mainframe (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: KAP 015LP. Rel: 20 Apr 15
  1. Intro (1:04)
  2. Boss Mode (4:33)
  3. Wise Enough (instrumental) (4:04)
  4. Midnight (4:22)
  5. An Intervening Episode (1:04)
  6. Lucy (instrumental) (4:07)
  7. Scene 1 (Qo, NoS) (4:22)
  8. Scene 2 (Neon City) (3:53)
  9. Scene 3 (Spirit Runs) (3:52)
  10. Mahogany (4:15)
  11. Love (instrumental) (4:09)
  12. Fuzz Bop (3:51)
  13. Mixed Emotions (5:42)
Review: Sophomore session heaviness: Joker returns with his long-awaited second album The Mainframe, and it's clear his purple shades are still hooked on tight. Developing his distinctive brew of bass and rich synth funk, Joker's unique signature is scribbled across the whole piece of work; from the epic, orchestral dubstep drama of "Boss Mode" to the gritty, widescreen R&B of "Wise Enough" via the Swindle-style jazz of "An Intervening Episode" and the concept-style three-piece "Scene" narrative where the real tale of album unfolds. Second album cliches are ten a penny... The Mainframe sees Joker shoving his purple-gloved finger up at them all. Essential.
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Re-Imagined Pt 1
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Cat: KAP 013CD. Rel: 01 Sep 14
  1. Purple City (witih Ginz - Swindle remix)
  2. Snake Eater (Gemmy remix)
  3. Psychedelic Runway (Joss Ryan remix)
  4. Stuck In The System (Asa & Sorrow remix)
  5. Newham Generals (Trolley Snatcha remix)
  6. Head Top (Badklaat remix)
  7. Mario Ting (Kragen remix)
  8. Tron (Kromestar remix)
Review: Mining his sizable back catalogue of tracks, Joker has called upon a host of producers to remix his work on no less than eight separate occasions, albeit staying within the realms of bass-weight business across the gamut of dubstep and its derivatives. Swindle adds some extra feist and flex into "Purple City", while Gemmy takes a dramatic stance on "Snake Eater". There are more light-hearted synth horn stabs at work on Trolley Snatcha's version of "Newham Generals", and Kromestar brings the cheekily swung noise on a bouncy version of "Tron". If this richly melodic corner of dubstep gets you swaying, then there's no valid reason to not delve into the purple goodness post haste.
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King Triton
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King Triton (2xLP)
Cat: OILGANG 011. Rel: 21 Dec 15
  1. King Triton (3:13)
  2. One Legged Warrior (3:14)
  3. No Man's Land (3:14)
  4. Winter Sun (3:13)
  5. Broken Silence (3:14)
  6. Ice Pick (3:41)
  7. Day One (4:12)
  8. Still Stepping (3:16)
  9. King Arthur (3:44)
  10. Flight Mode (2:48)
  11. 50 Days Of May (3:43)
  12. Twin Warriors (Rabit remix) (3:25)
We're New Here
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XL
Cat: XLYTLP 517. Rel: 21 Feb 11
  1. I'm New Here
  2. Home
  3. I've Been Me (interlude)
  4. Running
  5. My Cloud
  6. Certain Things (interlude)
  7. The Crutch
  8. Ur Soul & Mine
  9. Parents (interlude)
  10. Piano Player
  11. NY Is Killing Me
  12. Jazz (interlude)
  13. I'll Take Care Of U
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