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Better Strangers
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Cat: TEC 089. Rel: 04 Jan 16
Bass
  1. Love (3:00)
  2. Jouska (3:04)
  3. Always Crashing (4:58)
  4. Dek U (4:04)
  5. Spiral (3:45)
  6. Automatic Fire (5:57)
  7. Don't Talk (5:40)
  8. Holding Hands (5:05)
  9. Ophelia (3:29)
  10. Tarantula (5:49)
  11. Ruby Tiers (1:18)
  12. Better Strangers (4:29)
Review: Of the many fresh faces that have come to light on Pinch's Cold Recordings, Manchester-based artist Acre has represented one of the most diverse propositions with his spots on Lost Codes (and more recently Codes), but he also has managed to follow label mate Ipman in bridging the gap over to Pinch's original institutional imprint Tectonic. After the Icons EP back in 2014, Acre now steps up with an album which fully explores his unique take on UK bass traditions. There is a lot to take in at first glance, from experimental excursions such as "Spiral" through to winsome beat studies such as "Always Crashing", with plenty of room for moody attitude in a reflection of the ever mutating definition of British soundsystem music.
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Dynamis
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Dynamis (CD)
Cat: TECCD 022. Rel: 24 Oct 16
Bass
  1. Instruction To Survive (2:00)
  2. Kingdoms Fall (2:00)
  3. Badman (feat Killa P) (2:00)
  4. Collide (2:00)
  5. Paradigm (2:00)
  6. Sink Or Swim (2:00)
  7. Fear Change (2:00)
  8. Betrayal (feat Beezy) (2:00)
  9. Unite (2:00)
  10. Serpent (2:00)
  11. Fiya (2:00)
  12. Talk To Me (2:00)
Review: When it comes to dubstep, Distance (AKA DJ/producer Greg Sanders) has pretty much done it all. Since making his debut in 2003, he's released two fine albums on Planet Mu, mixed a volume of the Dubstep Allstars series, and laid down a string of killer 12" singles. With this history in mind, it's perhaps unsurprising that Dynamis, his first full-length for Tectonic, sees him look further afield or inspiration. While heavyweight sub-bass and the rhythmic swagger of dubstep remain at the heart of his productions, the album also incorporates elements of dubstep, experimental electronica, IDM, electro, ambient, and even Nine Inch Nails style fuzz-rock intensity.
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Dynamis
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Dynamis (2xLP)
Cat: TEC 095LP. Rel: 24 Oct 16
Bass
  1. Instruction To Survive (3:56)
  2. Kingdoms Fall (4:07)
  3. Badman (feat Killa P) (3:54)
  4. Collide (4:13)
  5. Sink Or Swim (4:23)
  6. Fear Change (4:08)
  7. Unite (3:59)
  8. Betrayal (feat Beezy) (2:08)
  9. Fiya (4:30)
  10. Talk To Me (4:29)
Review: When it comes to dubstep, Distance (AKA DJ/producer Greg Sanders) has pretty much done it all. Since making his debut in 2003, he's released two fine albums on Planet Mu, mixed a volume of the Dubstep Allstars series, and laid down a string of killer 12" singles. With this history in mind, it's perhaps unsurprising that Dynamis, his first full-length for Tectonic, sees him look further afield or inspiration. While heavyweight sub-bass and the rhythmic swagger of dubstep remain at the heart of his productions, the album also incorporates elements of dubstep, experimental electronica, IDM, electro, ambient, and even Nine Inch Nails style fuzz-rock intensity.
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Moods Of Future Joy
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Cat: TEC 074. Rel: 18 Nov 13
Bass
  1. Green Eyed Monster
  2. Heartful Dodger
  3. Same Road
  4. Letting Go
  5. Lucky Git
  6. Jupiter
  7. NRG
  8. Afrika (part 2)
  9. Rain In Sahara
  10. Midnight Savannah
  11. Kalm
  12. Squeaky Jungle
Review: Notable for being one of the foremost exponents of a combination of grime and dubstep that came to be known as the "purple sound" alongside Gemmy and Joker, Bristol producer Guido's intricate approach to melodic composition was perhaps best explored on Anieda, his 2010 album for Peverelist's Punch Drunk label. Although the relevance of "purple" as a critical term has perhaps waned somewhat in the years that have passed since then, traces of the sound can still be heard in the myriad forms of bass music so prevalent today. Aside from an odd 12", Guido has been largely quiet; evidently hard at work on a second LP for Tectonic! Moods Of Future Joy features two collaborations with vocalist Emma Lou and expands Guido's palette, taking in the producer's grounding in jazz and classical music, with subtle Afrobeat influences also present.
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Constrict
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Constrict (12")
Cat: TEC 096. Rel: 12 Dec 16
Bass
  1. Constrict (5:19)
  2. Running Man (5:24)
Review: Ipman aka Jack Gibbons from London has appeared on a who's who of labels that are considered as some of UK bass' finest such as Cold and Tempa. He now presents his third release for Bristol institution Tectonic, following up last year's brilliant Depatterning LP. On "Constrict" he serves up a pummelling and brutalist techno journey that's certainly heavy on the low end (be assured) plus some serious laser zaps that resonate violently; this one could impress the punters in Berlin's warehouse parties too! On the flip there's the brooding industrial behemoth titled "Running Man", featuring layers of textural and abrasive metal sounds that has earned him releases on labels like Osiris Musik.
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City Hopper
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Cat: TEC 036. Rel: 14 Dec 09
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. City Hopper
  2. Output 1-2
768
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768 (12")
Cat: TEC 032. Rel: 28 Sep 09
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Kryptic Minds - "768"
  2. Pinch & Moving Ninja - "False Flag" (Kryptic Minds remix)
Move Your Body/Hall Of Mirrors: Perc & Truss Remixes
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  1. Move Your Body (6:32)
  2. Hall Of Mirrors (6:13)
Review: Originally released in 2015 on Bristol's Tectonic, these two tracks by UK grime/bass experimentalists Mumdance and Logos caused quite a frenzy in their original, abrasive formats. But if that was not enough, industrial techno experts Perc and Truss have thought it suitable to step in and inject them with more power and aggression on these two nasty pasties and all we can recommend is: strap yourself in for a wild ride! The clang and clatter of the original version of "Move Your Body" is all there, but powered by an industrial strength four to the floor groove that will shake the walls of any dark strobe-lit warehouse party in Berlin or Bristol alike. The more minimal and stripped back "Hall Of Mirrors" is full of dark energy, with its overdriven kick, harsh metallic texture strikes and bouncy synth grumbles taking you straight to hell.
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Proto
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Proto (2xLP)
Cat: TEC 082. Rel: 16 Feb 15
Bass
  1. Border Drone
  2. Dance Energy (89 mix)
  3. Chaos Engine
  4. Bagleys
  5. Hall Of Mirrors
  6. Move Your Body
  7. Room 2 Lazer
  8. Cold
Review: After spending much time linking up on the likes of Keysound and Tectonic, two of the sprightliest minds in the contemporary grime-infected bass swells of the UK scene consummate their partnership with this heavyweight long player. With that unclassifiable flair that has marked out so many worthy producers in recent times, the spirits of rave, techno, dubstep and much more all equally feed into the tracks, from the Beltram-baiting heat of "Dance Energy (89 Mix)" to the nail-biting pressure of "Chaos Engine". If you want to test the temperature of where the most upfront club music is headed, then Mumdance and Logos are more than qualified to give you the lowdown.
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Cabana EP
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Cabana EP (12")
Cat: TEC 091. Rel: 22 Feb 16
Bass
  1. Pyromaniac (4:34)
  2. Brain Sugar (feat Caski) (4:42)
  3. Cabana (5:43)
  4. Drugs Don't Work (4:53)
Review: Macabre Unit Digital founder Demon dons his Nurve guise for a ruthless Tectonic jam. Flickering and fluctuating between techno, breaks and all things dub, there's a dark, twisted physical edge to each track. "Pyromaniac" rattles with chunky 4/4s and distant waves that are reminiscent of Max Cooper, "Brain Sugar" is thundering tribal techno while "Cabana" punches with a really grainy squat party riff and pensive drum arrangements while "Drugs Don't Work" stutters and stalls with Radioactiveman style breaks to darkly trippy effect. Heavyweight.
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Afterglow EP
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Cat: TEC 092. Rel: 28 Mar 16
Bass
  1. Mercurial (5:22)
  2. U8 Phunk (4:43)
  3. Bell Blender (4:18)
Review: Making the leap from 50 Weapons (RIP), German darkmonger Phon O makes the logical leap to Tectonic. And he does so with three barren break-based constructs: "Mercurial" is all about the deep space breakbeats and groaning high-end bass slurs, "U8 Phunk" carries classic electro elements in its synths while the au-natural snare rolls suggest more of a militant march, finally "Bell Blender" takes the bleak dynamics established throughout the previous tracks and repurposes them in a modern day jungle amen-shattering framework. The results are beyond satisfying.
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Control
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Control (12")
Cat: TEC 098. Rel: 08 Sep 17
 
Bass
Tectonic Plates Volume 1
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Tectonic Plates Volume 1 (limited 2xLP + CD)
Cat: TEC 093LP. Rel: 11 Jul 16
Deep Dubstep
  1. Skream - "Bahl Fwd" (5:07)
  2. Distance - "Temptation" (5:16)
  3. DQ1 - "Wear The Crown" (5:10)
  4. MRK1 - "Slang" (4:39)
  5. Loefah - "System" (4:59)
  6. Digital Mystikz - "Molten" (5:02)
  7. Armour - "Iron Man" (7:20)
  8. Hijak - "Nightmarez" (4:56)
  9. Track 9
  10. Track 10
  11. Track 11
  12. Track 12
  13. Track 13
  14. Track 14
  15. Track 15
  16. Track 16
  17. Track 17
  18. Track 18
  19. Track 19
  20. Track 20
  21. Track 21
  22. Track 22
  23. Track 23
  24. Track 24
  25. Track 25
  26. Track 26
  27. Track 27
  28. Track 28
Review: Wow has it really been ten years? Tectonic Plates Vol. 1 landed back in 2006 and saw label boss Pinch call on exclusive tracks from the likes of Skream, Distance, Digital Mystikz and Loefah. We can't overstate how integral this compilation was to the early days of dubstep, tracks like Loefah's "System" or "Bahl FWD" from Skream have undoubtedly grown to define the era! Looking to mark the occasion Tectonic have elected to grant Tectonic Plates Vol. 1 a ten year anniversary double-vinyl edition - hooray we say! Also included is the dubplate heavy mix CD from Pinch with some of the twenty tracks still remaining unreleased to this day.
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