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Vanishing Point
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Vanishing Point (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: HYPE 063. Rel: 24 Jul 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Vanishing Point (5:52)
  2. The Pathway (5:54)
  3. The Pathway (Matrixxman remix) (6:24)
All The Things
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Cat: HYPE 062. Rel: 05 Jun 17
Deep House
  1. Don't Hide It (7:21)
  2. Xtra Sauce (8:24)
  3. Vista (10:31)
Review: Since making his debut back in 2015, J. Albert (real name Jiovanni Nadal) has gleefully drifted between labels, making appearances on 1080p, Cult Trip and Black Opal along the way. Given this track record, it's perhaps unsurprising that Hypercolour have snapped up this on-point three-tracker. There's much to admire throughout, from the punchy, broken house rhythms, lilting deep house chords, hardcore style breakbeat fills and eyes-closed vocal samples of "Don't Hide It", to the Derrick Carter-goes-bleep analogue funk of closer "Vista". Sandwiched in between you'll find the superb "Xtra Sauce", an early Basement Jaxx style fusion of crunchy, U.S garage-influenced beats, fizzing chords and warehouse-friendly late night aesthetics.
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Concentric Rhythms
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Cat: HYPE 056. Rel: 31 Oct 16
Techno
  1. Love (5:04)
  2. Untitled 3 (5:41)
  3. Concentric Rhythm (6:03)
  4. Don't Hold Back '95 (6:52)
  5. Through The Galaxy '93 (7:09)
  6. 20 '96 (full 16 minute version) (16:35)
  7. Fresh Horizons (6:40)
  8. Bankzappa (dub) (6:53)
Review: It was the combined efforts of Crisis Urbana Recordings and the All Caps label that brought Guy Evans aka DJ Guy into the limelight, back in 2014. The artist was marketed as having made a series of seminal cassette recordings back in the 90s, recordings that do inarguably sound incredibly contemporary in this day and age. While this new LP for Hypercolour is made up of new recordings, DJ Guy has that rare ability of making his tracks sound timeless; "Love" or "Untitled 3", for instance, are both tunes that could have been made back in the day thanks to their noticeable analogue charm, and yet they have something fresh and forward-thinking about them. "Concentric Rhythm" is a buzzing slice of distorted techno-house that we absolutely love, but the deeper, more 'intelligent' moments such as "Don't Hold Back 95" or "Through The Galaxy 93", are what we're particularly fond of because they recall the true mysticism of UK techno. There's also a full, sixteen-minute version of the marvellous "20 '96", and two more slices of Guy signature techno. You can't miss this one..!
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Strange Directions
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Cat: HYPELP 009. Rel: 04 Sep 17
Electro
  1. Snowy Blue
  2. U Talk 2 Much
  3. Hip Hopeless
  4. Odd Chill
  5. Home Made Drum Machine
  6. Kinesthetic
  7. Nice Portal
  8. Soft Networks
  9. Strode Down
  10. Thin Hype
  11. Grimsthorpe
  12. Zero Sum
  13. Axial Mode Beat
  14. Strange Directions
Review: 23 years have passed since Edward Upton first donned the DMX Krew alias, but the prolific British producer shows no signs of slowing down. Astonishingly, Strange Directions is the electro stalwart's 21st full-length excursion. Predictably, it's rather good, with Upton delivering a set that effortlessly body-pops between vocoder-laced electro workouts, melodious IDM, bass-heavy intelligent techno, gnarled Drexciyan throbbers, Artificial Intelligence style home listening fare and even a dash of muscular, tongue-in-cheek Italo-disco (the deliciously sleazy "Soft Networks"). As usual, the distinctive, off-kilter swing of original analogue hardware is present throughout, as Upton showcases his full range of talents. Recommended.
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You Exist
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You Exist (CD)
Cat: HYPECD 005. Rel: 07 Mar 16
Electro
  1. Spiritual Encounter
  2. Bombay Mix
  3. Hard Copy
  4. Dark Rider
  5. Daylight Saving
  6. Woolly Hat
  7. Parallel Universes
  8. Computational Paradigm Shift
  9. Black Poppy
Review: DMX Krew on Hypercolour? You bet! The UK electro don serves up his trademark style for the tech-house institution who seem to be broadening their horizons: can only be a good thing! Things start off in spectacular fashion with the cute and upbeat "Spiritual Encounter" before settling into some funky and mysterious electro with "Bombay Mix". Hard Copy is reminiscent of the early Hi NRG vibes of Bobby Orlando or Gino Soccio but "Woolly Hat" and "Parallel Universes" are funky, fun loving 4/4 electro grooves that are more typical of the DMX sound. He saves the best for last though, with some darker excursions such as the high octane, Telex sounding "Computational Paradigm Shift" and the smack electro closer "Black Poppy". With electro making an obvious comeback, thank goodness we've still got this legend to show us how it's done. An outstanding effort!
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Drum Vortex EP
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Cat: HYPE 053. Rel: 18 Jul 16
Techno
  1. Drum Vortex (6:33)
  2. Drum Vortex (Joey Anderson remix) (5:48)
  3. Drum Vortex (Markus Suckut remix) (6:14)
  4. Basma (6:03)
Review: Having debuted on Prime Numbers last year with an EP of pleasingly dusty deep house, Mor Elian transfers to Jamie Russell's Hypercolour label. While "Drum Vortex" contains nods to these deep house roots - most notably some dreamy, stretched-out chords - it draws greater influence from the percussive world of techno, and the clandestine creepiness of the best L.I.E.S releases. Joey Anderson tips a nod to classic Detroit techno on his sparkling remix, while Markus Suckut drags the track through the dark room at Berghain, backwards. The pulsating, acid-flecked bonus cut "Basma" completes a solid package.
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Eats Everything: Fries With That? Sampler 01
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Cat: HYPELP 003A. Rel: 09 Mar 15
 
Minimal/Tech House
  1. G Man - "Quo Vadis"
  2. The Kick Junkie - "Kick It In" (Wicked mix)
  3. Voices Of Life - "The Word Is Love" (Silk's Anthem Of Life)
Fat Controller (Record Store Day 2014)
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Cat: HYPERSD 2014. Rel: 05 May 14
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Martin Dawson & Glimpse - "Fat Controller" (Roman Flugel remix)
  2. Shenoda - "All Ears" (Mr G remix)
Review: Record Store Day Edition: The increasingly sprawling Hypercolour operation indulge in Record Store Day festivities with something rather special indeed; two tracks from the digi only archives pressed up for reappraisal by the vinyl selectors. Roman Flugel is a special kind of talent whose work should always make the cut to vinyl so it's great to see his rework of the 2012 Glimpse and Martin Dawson (RIP) production "Fat Controller" for the HypeDigi label transferred to 12". If you've been to a house club in the past two years you've probably danced to this slab of sublime, spacey, deep analogue house. On the flip Mr G dark warehouse remix of "All Ears" by Shenoda is an equally welcome sight.
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The Sugar Cane Chronicles Vol 2
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Cat: HYPE 058. Rel: 13 Feb 17
Electro
  1. Steady Choosin' (5:48)
  2. Countin' Up With Starr (5:10)
  3. Runner Joe's Revenge (4:40)
  4. Pool Shark Loot (5:36)
Review: Gary Gritness' real name is Tim Becherand. He is a session musician who has been around for some time and has worked alongside some of the greats such as the legendary Kenny Bobien and top producers in house music like Grant Nelson, Terry Hunter, Louie Vega and many more. The Sugar Cane Chronicles Vol. 1 on London's Hypercolour was one of 2016's highlights where he explored some Underground Resistance inspired hi-tech soul jams alongside some electro-funk reminiscent of Japanese Telecom. Here for the second instalment of the series, he delivers the goods once again. Take for instance "Countin' Up With Starr" which features some razor sharp analogue arpeggios and celestial synths, dancing atop rusty vintage drum computer patterns. So convincingly that you'd think they were lost tapes from 1991. On the flip, another gem came in the form of "Pool Shark Loot" which unlike the other tracks is a lo-slung boogie jam and shows of Gary's dexterity on the keys and he tears it up on a series of slick synth solos.
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Brand New Love
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Cat: HYPE 061. Rel: 08 May 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Brand New Love (4:01)
  2. Brand New Love (Special Request remix) (7:11)
  3. The Peacock (5:49)
  4. Cheekbone (6:25)
Kerrier District 1 (remastered)
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Cat: HYPECD 006D. Rel: 30 May 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Let’s Dance & Freak (2:00)
  2. Silhouettes (2:00)
  3. Illogan (2:00)
  4. Disclix (2:00)
  5. Disco Bus (2:00)
  6. New York (2:00)
  7. Yesco (2:00)
  8. Negresco (2:00)
  9. Wide Vice (2:00)
  10. Squaredance (2:00)
  11. Ce Porte (2:00)
  12. Disco Nasty (2:00)
  13. Robotuss (2:00)
  14. Sho U Rite (2:00)
  15. Realistique (2:00)
  16. Sho U Rite (Ceephax remix) (2:00)
Review: Luke Vibert has made many great records over the years, but few are quite as well crafted as his 2004 debut album under the now familiar Kerrier District alias. Inspired by a mixture of Metro Area, Black Devil Disco Club, cheap synthesizers, early New Jersey garage, Italian house and, of course, classic disco, it remains a touchstone in the development of nu-disco. This timely reissue features freshly re-mastered versions of all ten tracks from the original album, plus the six tracks which made up 2006's Kerrier District 2 12". These include the loved-up, late '80s loveliness of "Ce Porte", the 808 cowbell and vocoder laden "Disco Nasty", and a typically eccentric Ceephax remix of "Sho U Rite".
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Home Grown EP
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Cat: HYPE 059. Rel: 20 Mar 17
Electro
  1. Civic Society (4:19)
  2. Home Grown (4:58)
  3. Lucid (5:55)
  4. Saunton (3:03)
Review: Improvised hardware troupe London Modular Alliance - AKA circuit-bending enthusiasts Gavin "Koova" Pykerman, Simon "Yes Effect" Lynch and Pip Williams - are best known for their off-the-cuff live performances, though they've previously delivered well-regarded releases on Applied Rhythmic Technology and Brokntoys. This surprise EP on Hypercolour is equally as impressive, with the trio laying down a quartet of angular-but-funky electro treats (think Autechre's more accessible moments). We're particularly enjoying the snappy, broken beat style hustle of "Civic Society", the Drexciya-style deep sea funk of "Lucid" and the far-out modular ambience of "Saunton", but it's all pretty darn tasty.
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Played by: Billy Nasty, N-TER
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Wolves EP
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Wolves EP (12")
Cat: HYPE 064. Rel: 02 Oct 17
Electro
  1. Brockie Det
  2. Millitant
  3. Advance & Pro
  4. Tremors
  5. Wolves
Slowly Turning
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Cat: HYPE 037. Rel: 19 May 14
Deep House
  1. Daddy, What's A Rise?
  2. Time & Space
Review: This surprise EP from German house veteran LoSoul offers further proof of Hypercolour's growing maturity as a label. As you'd expect from someone of LoSoul's experience - his first single for regular home Playhouse dropped way back in 1996 - both tracks are immaculately produced, offering a warm, fuzzy, enveloping and off-kilter take on deep house. There's no sample-pack shininess or over-polished sound, just thickset grooves, immersive chords, bubbling electronics and just the right amount of dancefloor oomph. The minor key chords, shuffling rhythms, cut-up beats and intoxicated samples of "Daddy, What's A Rise" offer a hypnotic - not to mention attractive - late night feast, while "Time & Space" rolls along on a wave of delay-laden electronics, wonky bass and toasty chords.
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Windmaker
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Windmaker (12")
Cat: HYPE 052. Rel: 13 Jun 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Windmaker (original mix) (12:53)
  2. Windmaker (Vakula remix) (8:08)
Rogue Music
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Cat: HYPE 042. Rel: 26 Jan 15
 
Techno
  1. Blue Rawls
  2. Meet The Butcha
Review: Last seen excelling on The Corner, NYC techno man Phil Moffa adds Hypercolour to his prospering profile with Rogue Music, a 12" hook up with the irrepressible Seth Troxler. Whilst this may not be the most immediate of collaborative endeavours you could think of, there is still plenty to enjoy here with "Blue Rawls" a perfect balance of stripped back, bone shaking rhythm and a growing sense of textural foreboding. It's the sort of track you can lay down after a frantic bout of drums to really hypnotise the dancefloor. Complementing this, "Meet The Butcha" heads off into seven odd minutes of bugged out house territory and leaves us clamouring more from the pair.
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Played by: Alex Font
Eats Everything: Fries With That?
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VARIOUS
Cat: HYPECD 003. Rel: 26 Jan 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Neville Watson - "Red Light Fever"
  2. Flux Mode - "Tumba"
  3. SWAT - "Rites Of Passage"
  4. Arun Verone - "The Coming (Keep It Coming)"
  5. Joeski - "Mind Body & Soul"
  6. Herbert - "Got To Be Movin'"
  7. Tusqavna - "We Don't Know You" (Silicone Soul remix)
  8. Nikola Gala - "The Phunk"
  9. Oushe - "Daveena"
  10. Little By Little - "Stress"
  11. Quell - "The Regular"
  12. Radio Slave - "Repeat Myself"
  13. Daniel Trim - "Asimo"
  14. Mr G - "Mangos In Season"
  15. Roberto - "First Principles" (Eats Everything Derrick Carter, Where Ya at acapella & synthapella Mash Up reebeef)
  16. Decius - "Gay Futures"
  17. Kingpin Cartel - "Ghetto"
  18. Korda - "Move Your Body (To The Sound)"
  19. The Creator Session - "Body & Soul"
  20. Djaimin - "Open The Door" (DJ Shorty Zanzibar Stomper mix)
  21. Jump - "Funkatarium"
  22. GOD LTD - "Untitled"
  23. The Kick Junkie - "Kick It In" (Wicked mix)
  24. G Man - "Quo Vadis"
  25. Robotman - "Never" (DBX mix)
  26. PMT - "Gyromancer"
  27. Doug Lazy - "Rollin On" (SPS dub)
  28. Aleem - "Filtri Organi" (main mix)
  29. Jose Nunez - "Mama Love" (original mix)
  30. Mambo - "Do You Want Me Do You Want Me" (Mudmens dirty mix)
  31. Voices Of Life - "The Word Is Love" (Silk Anthem Of Life)
Hypercolour 10 Years
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VARIOUS
Cat: HYPELP 7. Rel: 14 Nov 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. FaltyDL - "Fantaxia" (4:58)
  2. Steve Edwards - "Beautiful People" (James Welsh Sheff 97 remix) (4:29)
  3. Matt Karmil - "Juicy Fruits" (5:36)
  4. Roman Flugel - "Family Vacation" (6:58)
  5. Yaleesa Hall x Malin - "Buchan Trap" (6:11)
  6. Luke Vibert - "Confusion" (3:42)
  7. DMX Krew - "Wood Beads" (4:33)
  8. Neil Landstrumm - "It's Hot Outside" (4:50)
  9. A Sagittariun - "Djax" (4:53)
  10. Tom Demac - "Hanging Flowers Of Albion" (8:05)
  11. Mark Henning - "Ready For You" (5:36)
  12. Matthew Herbert - "Downgrade" (5:37)
  13. Gary Gritness - "Cherenkov Blue" (5:09)
  14. The Analogue Cops - "Discoblaze" (4:36)
  15. Sebastian Mullaert - "Shadowed By I" (9:05)
  16. Dense & Pika - "2 Steps Back" (6:30)
Halloween Part 1 EP
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Cat: HYPE 040. Rel: 17 Nov 14
Deep House
  1. Halloween
  2. Jack U Whole
  3. Jack U Whole (Space Dimension Controller 1988 Vibe mix)
Review: If you give Luke Vibert instructions to make an acid banger, chances are he'll come up with the goods. So it proves on Halloween, his second single for Cedric Maison's Hypercolour imprint. The title track is particularly intense, with in-your-face drums and ragged, abusive acid lines brushing shoulders with ghostly melodies, horror chords and dystopian vocal samples. The Cornishman provides a slight breather in the shape of "Jack U Whole", whose bubbling acid lines and murky vocal samples ride an 808 electro-influenced groove. Space Dimension Controller remixes the latter track, dropping a 1988 style acid jacker that sounds like a long lost Trax Records release.
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UK Garave Vol 1
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Cat: HYPELP 008. Rel: 08 May 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Future (4:08)
  2. U Can't Touch Dat (4:51)
  3. Back With Me (4:47)
  4. Heard It All B4 (6:31)
  5. Everybody (4:41)
  6. Feel The Melody (5:21)
  7. Stop Gap (6:13)
  8. Clap Sing (4:54)
  9. Feel The Riddim (4:15)
  10. Pump (4:58)
Played by: DJ Guy
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