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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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South City EP
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Cat: SHA 111. Rel: 05 Sep 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Babylon Step (5:15)
  2. Heaven Sent You (5:37)
  3. South City (5:18)
  4. Isolution (5:00)
Review: Surely one of the most consistent-yet-stealthy operators on Shogun this year, cool-handed Eddie Ed.It delivers yet another barbed soul dispatch on Friction's stainless stable. With its mild dubby touches and heads-down focus there's more than a whiff of classic Total Science to "Babylon Step", "Heaven Sent You" keeps our focus firmly on the floor with a beautiful BMT style far-away vocal technique and grumbling, sludgy bassline, "South City" will be the highlight for many thanks to its sunset vocal harmonies and angular Break-style drop while "Isolution" closes the show on a much gnarlier note with its depth-plunge bass funk. Four examples of D&B properness right here
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Elektrik EP
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Cat: SHA 098. Rel: 16 Nov 15
Drum And Bass
  1. Elektrik (4:29)
  2. Spike (4:39)
  3. Sticks & Stones (4:38)
  4. Memories Of You (feat Grimm) (5:12)
Review: Following the heat of "Foot Soldiers" and "Tingod" earlier this year, Fourward deliver another quad of uncompromised heaters. "Elektrik" pings and slaps with an elastic bassline and a funk that's countered by icy neuro synth elements. "Spike" goes for much more of a paranoid vibe with Spor-style drama, while "Sticks & Stones" references the jump-up sound with a Q&A bass that scuffs up and down the spectrum with sneering mischief. Finally the foursome show their emotional side with a piano-primed roller featuring Hybrid Minds' Grimm. A bona fide lighters-up affair, it's deeper side to Fourward we seldom see. All basses covered.
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Shogun 100 Part 3
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Cat: SHA 100EP3. Rel: 23 May 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Fourward - "Yung Bongo" (3:48)
  2. Karma - "Proposal" (feat D Ablo) (4:56)
  3. Total Science - "Infinite Pathways" (6:53)
  4. Break - "Emeralds" (6:25)
Review: Shogun knows how to throw a party... Their "100" celebrations started in March and they're still going strong three months later! A chance for the label's artists and friends to stretch their skills and signatures, there's been some really exciting, subversion work throughout the series. This final piece in the puzzle is no exception; Fourward deliver their funkiest track to date, Karma gets all soulful, Total Science get all drifty and ethereal while Break simply reminds us why we love him. All four cuts glistening with long-lasting gold, Shogun can carry on celebrating their 100th release for as long as they like as far as we're concerned.
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Stand Up!
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Stand Up! (12'')
Cat: SHA 038. Rel: 13 Sep 10
Drum And Bass
  1. Friction vs Camo & Krooked - "Stand Up" (feat Dynamite)
  2. Friction - "Lifesyscle"
Differentia EP
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Cat: SHA 108. Rel: 13 Jun 16
Drum And Bass
  1. The Nothing (feat Tasha Baxter) (5:37)
  2. Differentia (5:00)
  3. Ego (4:54)
  4. Push Back (4:13)
1984
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1984 (3xLP)
Cat: SHA 031. Rel: 19 Oct 09
Drum And Bass
  1. The Cut Deepens (feat Foreign Beggars)
  2. Fade Away
  3. Forsaken (feat Peven Everett & Spectrasoul)
  4. State 808
  5. Contradictions
  6. Myriads
Shogun 100: Part 2
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Shogun 100: Part 2 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SHA 100EP2. Rel: 25 Apr 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Phace - "Mumbo Jumbo" (4:57)
  2. Joe Ford - "Time Is Limited" (5:32)
  3. SpectraSoul - "Glimpse" (feat Dbridge - Ivy Lab remix) (4:41)
  4. Proxima - "Sens8" (4:45)
Review: Friction's Shogun continues its centennial celebrations with four more wonderfully forward-thinking creations. Phace lets his hair down on "Mumbo Jumbo" where a grungy rolling groove provides deep layers and levels of dark funk. Joe Ford gets all cosmic and spacy with his Chords-style "Time Is Limited" while Ivy Lab buss up one of SpectraSoul's most delicate songs to date with subtle weight and spaciousness. Finally Proxima closes the show with alarmingly gritty halftime groove and a riff that sounds like the devil smashing up the church bells.
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Nature Of Reality
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Cat: SHA 104. Rel: 22 Feb 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Nature Of Reality (4:17)
  2. Sycophant (4:02)
Review: Kicking back into his original drum & bass roots like you or I might slip into our favourite old trainers, Prolix lets rip with an absolute slapper of a session and hits the ground running. "Nature Of Reality2 is a really roughy, scratchy tear-up that scatters and up and down the mix with little care for the sterile clarity many in the neuro game are chasing. "Sycophant" dips even deeper into the fugliness with a really ragged, high-paced energy. Mosh-worthy.
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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
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)
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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Shogun 100 Part 4
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Cat: SHA 100EP4. Rel: 27 Jun 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Signs - "Unchained" (5:22)
  2. Friction & Karma - "No Return" (5:02)
  3. Ed:It - "Turn To Nothing" (5:42)
  4. North Base - "Unexplained" (feat Charlotte Haining) (4:43)
Review: You can do this the easy way or the hard way... Whether you untie your shoelaces or not, your shoes are going through the window the second "Unchained" drops. Signs has officially levelled up. Bringing up the rear are Friction and Karma with a walloping roller where the bassline takes a much more active role in the story than it would in a more typical liquid cut. "Turn To Nothing" is Ed.It at his finest; restrained, barbed and tooled up with a sharp sample. Finally North Base close the show with their most delicate track to date as "Unexplained" shimmers with Technimatic-level pianos. Don't even think about fetching your defenestrated footwear.
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Better Perspective
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Cat: SHACD 015. Rel: 18 Jul 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Introduction
  2. Better Perspective (feat Jinadu)
  3. Parallel (feat Zara Kershaw)
  4. Clockwise
  5. Out Of Reach (feat Lucy Kitchen)
  6. Antihero
  7. Foreshadow (interlude)
  8. Problems (feat Maiday)
  9. Leave It Unsaid
  10. We Look For Patterns
  11. The Stage (interlude)
  12. Trigger Warning
  13. Cold Shoulder
  14. Hold On A While (feat Jono McCleery)
  15. It Must Be
Review: Pete "Technicolour" Rogers and Andy "Komatic" Powell first joined forces as Techninamtic back in 2012, subsequently releasing their acclaimed debut album, Desire Paths, two years later. That album was considered something of a modern liquid D&B classic, and this follow-up is similarly inclined. Musically expansive, emotionally rich and hugely enjoyable, it sees the duo fluctuate between hazy, ear-pleasing vocal cuts (Jinadu, Zara Kershaw, Lucy Kitchen and Maiday all feature), sweeping, semi-cinematic anthems, and dreamy, LTJ Bukem-championed dancefloor shufflers. Throughout, the rhythms remain skittish and punchy, and the chords more comfortable than a heavyweight duvet in the midst of a bleak midwinter.
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Better Perspective
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Cat: SHA 110. Rel: 25 Jul 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Better Perspective (feat Jinadu) (5:52)
  2. Parallel (feat Zara Kershaw) (4:51)
  3. Clockwise (4:57)
  4. Out Of Reach (feat Lucy Kitchen) (5:06)
  5. Antihero (4:36)
  6. Problems (feat Maiday) (3:45)
  7. Leave It Unsaid (4:33)
  8. We Look For Patterns (5:26)
  9. Trigger Warning (4:12)
  10. Cold Shoulder (5:05)
  11. Hold On A While (feat Jono McCleery) (4:31)
  12. It Must Be (4:16)
Review:  Exactly two years since their debut album Desire Paths, Shogun duo Technicolour & Komatic dish up their sophomore and it's even slicker and consistent than the first. With a finely honed signature that's unmistakeably their own, no other act do liquid in this way. From the cloud-bouncing floatation session of "Parallel" and raw string power of "Clockwise" right the way through to the final salvos of the soulful mourns of "Hold On A While" and the halfstep dreaminess of "It Must Be", every track here has a purpose without so much of a hit being chased or a vocal being added for feature's sake. Authentic and unashamedly deep.
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Desire Paths
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Cat: SHACD 009. Rel: 28 Jul 14
Drum And Bass
  1. Perseverance
  2. Beneath The Skies
  3. Looking For Diversion (feat Lucy Kitchen)
  4. Stolen Hours (interlude)
  5. Music Is Music
  6. Night Vision
  7. Innermost
  8. Imperfections (interlude)
  9. Tectonic
  10. Mucky Jeff
  11. One Way
  12. Like A Memory (feat Pat Fulgoni)
  13. Desire Paths (interlude)
  14. Lost Time
Review: In their official biography, Technimatic describe their particular take on musically rich liquid D&B as "hyper-coloured". In many ways, it's an apt description. Certainly, there's a baggy vibrancy to this belated debut album, which is gloriously breezy and deliciously soulful from start to finish. There's an almost horizontal feel to the duo's classic blends of vintage jungle rhythms, drifting vocals - most notable on the beautiful "Looking For Dviversion", featuring the folksy voice of Lucy Kitchen - twinkling pianos, undulating strings and sun-bright chords. This kind of liquid jungle is always eminently listenable, but Andy Powell and Peter Rogers' particular take on the style is more cultured and mature than most. As a result, Desire Paths is an impressive and hugely enjoyable body of work.
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Flashbulb EP
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Flashbulb EP (double 12")
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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Shogun 100 Part 1
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Shogun 100 Part 1 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SHA 100EP1. Rel: 28 Mar 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Ulterior Motive - "Radian" (4:50)
  2. Icicle & Proxima - "Stimulation" (4:52)
  3. Technimatic - "Transference" (4:52)
  4. Friction vs Fourward - "Battle Scars" (feat Jakes - Alic Perez remix) (4:07)
Review: 12 years deep, 100 releases strong, Friction's Shogun imprint continues to spread the strong words with what's shaping up to be a very exciting series of exclusives. For the first EP we hit paydirt from the off as Ulterior Motive play the consummate robot charmers on "Radian". Cousins in crime Icicle and Proxima follow with a dagger-sharp tete-a-tete two-stepper while Technimatic provide essential contrast with the rainbow soul "Transference". Finally Alix Perez returns to Shogun for a cheeky minimal twist of Friction and Fourward's "Battle Scars". Gold on gold on gold, Shogun aren't messing around with their 100 series.
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Point Of Origin Vol 1
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Point Of Origin Vol 1 (unmixed CD)
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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