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Pathways EP
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Cat: SHA 102. Rel: 01 Feb 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Pathways (5:20)
  2. Viewpoint (5:40)
  3. Night Creeper (feat Linguistics) (5:07)
  4. All Away (feat Pennygiles) (5:41)
Review: Fresh from signing exclusively to Shogun Audio, Ed:It justifies his position on the Team Assassin with four rush-whittled rollers. "Pathways" is loaded with ghostly vocal textures and structured around a super sharp two-step, "Viewpoint" is a much bulkier affair with detailed drum work that's produced and positioned so well it sounds like your own personal drummer sitting right beside, in front and behind you. "Night Creeper" takes us deeper into the darkness with the careful lyrical guidance of Linguistics. Finally we climax to the techy rolls of "All Away". Penned with the help of Pennygiles, it's a smart way to end a sharp EP.
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Off Centre
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Off Centre (12")
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Cat: SHA 085. Rel: 27 Oct 14
Drum And Bass
  1. Off Centre
  2. Knock Down
Review: Having impressed with his debut on Shogun earlier this year, it's little surprise the label have tapped young blood Joe Ford for some new material. Lead cut "Off Centre" may well be Ford's deepest production to date, with a touch of techno to it's loopy hook, yet it still rolls with an undulating warmth building into a beautiful atmospheric drop that will pique the interest of many. Thirsty for the firing Ford who first smashed into the game with Noisia-levels of neuro angriness? Flip for the brutal, no-holds-barred "Knock Down". The title says it all. Shoe-off time!
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All Of Us EP
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Cat: SHA 093. Rel: 01 Jun 15
Drum And Bass
  1. All Of Us (4:14)
  2. Snares (5:44)
  3. Joe Ford & Icicle - "Crossbreed" (5:46)
  4. VE3 (4:41)
Played by: Lynx
Review: Joe Ford is one of those producers who manages to tie up sound design with hard-hitting beats to create the type of noise that'll rip through the fabric of existence. Exclusively signing to the biggest cult label in the business, Shogun, in 2013, Joe has made it his mission to produce increasingly heavy UK neurofunk since his early days at Bad Taste and Med School. This EP shows just how many bad habits he's picked up while touring with Noisia. If nasty's what you like, this little beauty is right up your darkened nightmarish alley.
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Friction vs Vol 3
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Friction vs Vol 3 (limited gatefold double 12" picture disc)
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Cat: SHA 092. Rel: 01 Jun 15
Drum And Bass
  1. Friction vs Dimension - "Kinetic" (4:28)
  2. Friction vs Prolix - "Dark Moves" (4:45)
  3. Friction vs Metrik - "Timelapse" (4:30)
  4. Friction vs Ulterior Motive - "Curfew" (5:25)
Review: The concept behind Friction's Vs series is simple: hook up with as many mates in the studio as possible and write straight-up floor-flatteners. No theme, no pretention, just talented producers working together and playing off each other's strengths. Following epic co-labs with the likes of Icicle, Technimatic and Total Science comes the fattest edition yet as the BBC broadcaster teams up with Dimension (hooky and euphoric), Prolix (outrageously nasty and techy), Metrik (unabashed evangelism with a very well-known vocal hook) and Ulterior Motive (old school references wearing new school armour). Each one repping all player's finest attributes, Friction has brought out the best in his peers... And his own work. Essential.
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Stand Up!
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Stand Up! (12'')
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Cat: SHA 038. Rel: 13 Sep 10
Drum And Bass
  1. Friction vs Camo & Krooked - "Stand Up" (feat Dynamite)
  2. Friction - "Lifesyscle"
Chimera
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Chimera (10")
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Cat: SHABXSLP 04 . Rel: 04 May 15
Drum And Bass
  1. Friction - "Chimera" (4:30)
  2. Technimatic - "Long Along The Way" (feat D Ablo) (4:39)
Duality
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Duality (10")
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Cat: SHABXSLP 01. Rel: 01 Jun 15
Drum And Bass
  1. Icicle & Prolix - "Duality" (4:05)
  2. Fourward - "Exile" (5:11)
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Nature Of Reality
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Cat: SHA 104. Rel: 19 Feb 16
 
Drum And Bass
Obsolete Medium
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Cat: SHACD 014. Rel: 30 Nov 15
Drum And Bass
  1. Obsolete Medium
  2. Faces (feat Lauren L'Aimant)
  3. I Need U
  4. Lines Of Ground Glass
  5. 14Me
  6. Itsok2behapp-e (feat Sam Binga/Hyroglifics)
  7. Guts/Blood/Sex/Drugs (feat Jams)
  8. Negative Approach
  9. Please Please Please (Play This On The Radio)
  10. Dizzle
  11. Macbook Jungle Crew (Your Time)
  12. Bait
  13. Technoir (feat Breakage)
  14. Rave Cult (feat Phace)
  15. Music 2000
Played by: Bop
Review: Rumours have been rife on this for well over two years now. Refusing to hurry as much as he refuses to compromise, Rockwell has taken his time and crafted one of the most distinctive, unique bass music albums: Obsolete Medium. Referencing ghetto-tech, classic hardcore (rave and punk) and formative jungle, every track, even the skits, justifies its place: from the torch-raising Banks-style leftfield ballad "Faces" through to the toxic waste bass and paranoia of "Guts/Bloods/Sex/Drugs" by way of the unadulterated rave mischief of "Please Please Please (Play This On The Radio)" and cosmiche bass of "Technoir", the whole album is detailed, precision articulated and full of surprises. Far from obsolete.
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Obsolete Medium
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Obsolete Medium (3xLP + CD)
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Cat: SHA 099. Rel: 30 Nov 15
Drum And Bass
  1. Obsolete Medium (0:56)
  2. Faces (feat Lauren L Aimant) (4:03)
  3. I Need U (5:22)
  4. Lines Of Ground Glass (5:46)
  5. 14Me (4:37)
  6. Itsok2behappe (feat Sam Binga/Hyroglifics) (5:26)
  7. Guts/Blood/Sex/Drugs (feat Jams) (4:44)
  8. Negative Approach (0:34)
  9. Please Please Please (Play This On The Radio) (6:57)
  10. Dizzle (2:54)
  11. Macbook Jungle Crew (Your Time) (5:05)
  12. Bait (5:44)
  13. Technoir (feat Breakage) (6:14)
  14. Rave Cult (feat Phace) (4:06)
  15. Music 2000 (4:21)
  16. Obsolete Medium
  17. Faces (feat Lauren L Aimant)
  18. I Need U
  19. Lines Of Ground Glass
  20. 14Me
  21. Itsok2behappe (feat Sam Binga/Hyroglifics)
  22. Guts/Blood/Sex/Drugs (feat Jams)
  23. Negative Approach
  24. Please Please Please (Play This On The Radio)
  25. Dizzle
  26. Macbook Jungle Crew (Your Time)
  27. Bait
  28. Technoir (feat Breakage)
  29. Rave Cult (feat Phace)
  30. Music 2000
Review: Rumours have been rife on this for well over two years now. Refusing to hurry as much as he refuses to compromise, Rockwell has taken his time and crafted one of the most distinctive, unique bass music albums: Obsolete Medium. Referencing ghetto-tech, classic hardcore (rave and punk) and formative jungle, every track, even the skits, justifies its place: from the torch-raising Banks-style leftfield ballad "Faces" through to the toxic waste bass and paranoia of "Guts/Bloods/Sex/Drugs" by way of the unadulterated rave mischief of "Please Please Please (Play This On The Radio)" and cosmiche bass of "Technoir", the whole album is detailed, precision articulated and full of surprises. Far from obsolete.
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Delay No More EP
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Delay No More EP (double 12")
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Cat: SHA 058. Rel: 25 Jun 12
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  1. Sometimes We Lie
  2. The Curb
  3. Memento
  4. In For Penny
The Mistress
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The Mistress (gatefold white vinyl 2xLP + CD)
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Cat: SHA 091. Rel: 15 Jun 15
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  1. Ghost Lane (2:42)
  2. Shelter (feat Lily McKenzie) (3:56)
  3. Always (5:02)
  4. Blindside (5:00)
  5. Real Good (feat Harleighblu) (3:14)
  6. Hot Head, Rock Bed (2:38)
  7. III Chord Interlude (1:15)
  8. More To Give (feat Tamara) (3:39)
  9. Kutchi (feat Joshua Idehen) (2:34)
  10. Choices (3:36)
  11. Lights Go Down (4:42)
  12. Sasquatch (4:53)
  13. The Mistress (feat Dan Moss) (5:05)
  14. Ghost Lane
  15. Shelter (feat Lily McKenzie)
  16. Always
  17. Blindside
  18. Real Good (feat Harleighblu)
  19. Hot Head, Rock Bed
  20. III Chord Interlude
  21. More To Give (feat Tamara)
  22. Kutchi (feat Joshua Idehen)
  23. Choices
  24. Lights Go Down
  25. Sasquatch
  26. The Mistress (feat Dan Moss)
Review: It's taken Birmingham-based duo Spectrasoul three years to make the follow-up to their promising debut album, Delay No More, but it seems to have been time well spent. The Mistress is a pleasingly varied set, rooted in their deeper, more melodious take on D&B, but blessed with a range of other influences. "Hot Head, Rock Bed", for example, sounds like vintage James Blake, while "More To Give" - featuring the soulful tones of vocalist Tamara - expertly blends half-step rhythms with luscious modern soul. They even go experimental and gnarly on the frankly quite odd "Kutchi". For all the twists and turns, they've not forgotten their roots, and The Mistress also contains a number of straight-up D&B rollers that should appease DJs and fans alike.
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Desire Paths
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Desire Paths (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
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Cat: SHA 082. Rel: 28 Jul 14
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  1. Perseverance
  2. Beneath The Skies
  3. Looking For Diversion (feat Lucy Kitchen)
  4. Music Is Music
  5. Night Vision
  6. Innermost
  7. Tectonic
  8. Mucky Jeff
  9. One Way
  10. Like A Memory (feat Pat Fulgoni)
  11. Lost Time
Review: Beautifully presented on heavyweight clear vinyl with widescreen gatefold artwork, Technimatic's debut album is a heartfelt creative document from the off. Previously known as Technicolour and Komatic, since signing to Shogun as Technimatic, the duo has developed a stark liquid signature that's seeped in rich emotion and melody. Desire Paths is the zenith of their creative successes so far and is littered with highlights on every corner. From the swashing jungle breaks of "Beneath The Skies" to the resoundingly dark, twisted "Tectonic" via the slower, jazz-infused "Mucky Jeff", everything about this tingle with energy, passion and playability. Debut albums don't come any better than this.
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Flashbulb EP
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Flashbulb EP (double 12")
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Cat: SHA 095. Rel: 20 Jul 15
Drum And Bass
  1. Secret Smile (feat Lucy Kitchen) (5:36)
  2. Dirty Hands (5:17)
  3. Flashbulb (4:49)
  4. Remember You (5:28)
Review: Their first new material since their evergreen debut album Desire Paths, Shogun duo Technicolour and Komatic deliver four breezy rollers in time for the warmer months. "Secret Smile" is all about Lucy Kitchen's arresting delicate vocal while "Dirty Hands" takes us deeper into Reese territory with its surging bass and ghostly vocal echoes. Deeper again we hit the title track "Flashbulb", a reflective halftime stepper with another instantly infectious vocal texture. Bringing us to sweet, string-soaked steppy finale, "Remember You" pushes us further into the D&B cosmos with a timeless, almost progressive feel that wouldn't have gone amiss around 10 years ago. Stunning through and through; Technimatic can do no wrong right now.
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Point Of Origin Vol 1
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Point Of Origin Vol 1 (unmixed CD)
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Cat: SHACD 013. Rel: 14 Sep 15
Drum And Bass
  1. Edit - "Centre Suite"
  2. Posij - "Shieldbreaker"
  3. Karma - "Saturation Point"
  4. Need For Mirrors - "Neverless" (feat Steo)
  5. Voltage - "Suspicious"
  6. Liz-E - "My Heart" (feat Lauren Archer)
  7. Zero T - "One For Me"
  8. Paul Sg & Soultec - "Wishful Thinking"
  9. Karma - "Sleepless Nights"
  10. Simplification & Translate - "Desire"
  11. Safire - "Chance For Change"
  12. Nickbee - "Elysium"
  13. Coleco - "Raveworx"
Review: There's something rather admirable about this new compilation series from Shogun Audio. It aims to showcase "the rising stars of drum & bass", gathering together some of the best demos they've received in recent times. Happily, the quality threshold matches the label's lofty ambitions. There's much to admire throughout, from the cyber-sonic wobble of Karma's "Saturation Point" and the fizzing, string-laden grandiosity of Voltage's "Suspicious", to the sax-laden liquid shuffle of Paul Sg & Soultec's "Wishful Thinking", and the punishing jungle of Nickbee's "Elysium". If this is the future of drum & bass, then the genre is in safe hands.
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