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Dust March
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Dust March (12")
Cat: HES 021. Rel: 25 Jun 12
Bass
  1. Dust March
  2. Rise 'Em
  3. Metzger
  4. Dog Sweater
Review: Hessle Audio's emergence from hibernation in 2012 really has seen the label release some of the most extraordinary music of its life, and this EP from Bandshell might top the lot. Tapping into the grainy, murky sound world of the like of STL, Shed and Actress, this record explores strange rhythms constantly on the verge of breaking out into a frenzy. The title track is comprised of little more than rattling percussion and dense, fizzy bass, while "Rise 'Em" places a jungle breakbeat atop a mucky hum. On the flip, "Metzger" takes the vibe of classic dubstep and fills it with subtle melodies and clipped snares, but "Dog Sweater" is the real killer - a homage to soundsystem culture whose threadbare rhythms are the only thing to stop you being dragged into the track's viscous centre. Make no mistake, this is a serious new talent.
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Not Stochastic
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Cat: HES 027. Rel: 27 Oct 14
Bass
  1. Not Stochastic
  2. Trip
  3. My Legs Wouldn''t Go Quick Enough
Review: After a stellar debut on Livity Sound's Dnuos Ytivil sub label, man like Bruce adds Hessle Audio to his prospering profile with the Not Stochastic 12". Representing the crucial UK label's first release of 2014, the standard of productions on show from Bruce demonstrates Hessle Audio's quality over quantity approach continues to pay dividends. The triplet also demonstrate Bruce has quite a few strings to his production bow, with the general vibe differing from the weighty swung techno of that excellent Dnuos Ytivil record. From the off, Bruce exudes a trippy style of sonics that bring to mind the work of Dynamo Dreesen or SVN.
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Steals
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Steals (12")
Cat: HES 029. Rel: 28 Mar 16
Bass
  1. Steals (6:18)
  2. Relevant Again (5:33)
  3. Petal Pluck (4:26)
Review: First surfacing in impressive fashion with two heavyweight records for Hessle Audio and Livity Sound offshoot Dnuos Ytivil in 2014, Bruce has been carefully considered in his output since then with just the odd remix here and there. It is Hessle Audio that signals his return, issuing the highly sought after "Steals" which has been burning a hole of expectation in the internet for the past six month. Naturally, "Steals" hogs the A-side, peppering a moody post-bruk, tribal-minded groove with distorted electronics for the pleasingly percussive opener. He explores deeper pastures on "Relevant Again", fusing fevered electronics and exotic sound effects with a dub-wise, hip-hop tempo groove. A fine EP concludes with "Petal Pluck", an ambient/IDM excursion that puts a contemporary spin on mid 1990s Aphex Twin.
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Zone
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Zone (12")
Cat: HES 020. Rel: 23 Apr 12
Bass
  1. Zone
  2. Luv Zombie
Review: Hessle Audio continued their excellent form this year and introduced us to the new talents of Bandshell along with dropping that too-good-to-be-played, Objekt 12". Their long-time favourite, Elgato returned to Hessle Road with this stunning 2-tracker and its opener, "Zone" is a pleasingly odd bass rhythm, placing its deranged vocal firmly on top of the detached percussion elements swaying alongside the shimmering injections of lower frequencies. On the flip we have "Luv Zombie", another gorgeously far-out experimentation by our man Elgato, where his fast-paced drum shuffles meet distant waves of harmonics. This comes with a highly recommended stamp as per usual!
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In Drum Play
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Cat: HESCD 003. Rel: 17 Oct 16
Bass
  1. Mutual Exchange
  2. Rotor Soap
  3. Bulb In Zinc
  4. More Is More To Burn
  5. Scaled Wing
  6. One By One
  7. Lofty Can
  8. Send It In
  9. Skips Desk
  10. DNS
In Drum Play
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In Drum Play (2xLP)
Cat: HESLP 003. Rel: 17 Oct 16
Bass
  1. Rotor Soap (4:07)
  2. Bulb in Zinc (5:26)
  3. Mutual Exchange (2:42)
  4. More Is More To Burn (6:14)
  5. Lofty Can (4:08)
  6. Scaled Wing (2:13)
  7. One By One (5:36)
  8. Send It In (7:16)
  9. Skips Desk (6:25)
  10. DNS (5:39)
Review: Kevin McAuley is certainly affiliated with a generation of pioneering UK Bass producers who have since moved into the techno realm. With previous releases on Hemlock, Hessle Audio and Hotflush, his origins have definitely remained a strong aspect of his style ever since. On the In Drum Play LP, he can be heard dabbling in obtuse and disjointed low end theories such as on "Bulb In Zinc" or "Let It In" while there are some inventive takes on techno; such as on the dynamic opener "Rotor Soap" or the adrenalised stomper "More Is More To Burn". For us, the highlights were "One By One" (where his take on breakbeat techno would make the likes Shed or Stenny stand up and notice) and the oddball body basher "Skips Desk".
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Pearson Sound
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Cat: HESLP 002. Rel: 09 Mar 15
Bass
  1. Asphalt Sparkle (4:44)
  2. Glass Eye (5:03)
  3. Gristle (4:15)
  4. Swill (3:48)
  5. Six Congas (3:43)
  6. Crank Call (5:01)
  7. Headless (5:30)
  8. Russet (4:43)
  9. Rubber Tree (4:49)
Review: After six years spent teasing and titillating with a steady stream of high value singles, David Kennedy is finally ready to release his debut full-length under the now familiar Pearson Sound alias. The first artist album to appear on the Hessle Audio imprint he co-founded with Pangaea and Ben UFO, Pearson Sound is a surprisingly sparse and otherworldly affair. Intriguingly, Kennedy's usual twisted, dubbed-out analogue rhythms largely take a back seat, with moments of tough dancefloor abandon (see "Rubber Tree" and the tipsy "Headless") playing second fiddle to stripped-back synth-scapes and otherworldly ambience. It's striking on first listen, and only gets more impressive with repeat listens
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Dance Til The Police Come
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Cat: HES 018. Rel: 04 Apr 11
Bass
  1. Dance Til The Police Come
  2. Fundamentals
Sala One Five
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Cat: HES 028. Rel: 22 Feb 16
Bass
  1. Sala One Five (5:40)
  2. Move Yourself (6:27)
  3. Helix (4:26)
Review: The mighty Hessle Audio delivers its' first 12" of 2016, and it's not from one of their established names. Instead, it marks the debut of previously unknown newcomer Ploy. The mystery artist begins with "Sala One Five", a heady, intoxicating brew seasoned with fluctuating bass, whizzing electronic stabs, steam-hammer textures and throbbing, floor-friendly percussion. Flip for the deeper, bongo-laden trip that is "Move Yourself" - all swirling, psychedelic noises, sampled tribal rhythms and deep space chords - and the Actress style, experimental electronic mechanics of "Helix". It's this track, with its' hard-to-fathom construction, befuddled textures and dream world chords, that shows the most promise.
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