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It's quite remarkable just how much quality Ben Sims has managed to pack into the Tribology mix and its accompanying series of vinyl samplers. The fifth round shows no signs of going soft as it leads in with the sledgehammer thump of Marcel Fengler's "Cortex", showing the Berghain resident to be on formidable form. Alienata shakes things up with the slick yet sinister electro strains of "The 8th Passenger", and James Ruskin lands some heavy blows with the delirious synth cycles of "TZR". Psyk finishes things off in his signature style, looping up some nervy blips and bleeps around a restrained set of drums for the ultimate in techno hypnotism.
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The Verdant stamp of quality is well established by now, but it presses even deeper with the release of this high-grade compilation from a rich cast of subterranean seafarers. Steve O'Sullivan dons his Bluetrain cape for the slow-chugging, appropriately dubbed out meditation of "Sleeping With The Enemy", while Domenic Cappello creates a swooning string-drenched masterpiece out of "Not A Festival Track". Stojche's "Decipher Language" is a snappier affair, while XDB crafts one of his sublime, leftfield techno variations brimming with imagination to match its functionality. At every turn this is a compilation of top-drawer techno crafter with passion and originality - grip it while you can!
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Under the Naibu alias, Robin Leclair has already released a quintet of quality albums packed with atmospheric, soul-flecked drum and bass treats. Album number six, "Manoeuvres", delivers more of the same but that's not criticism, because few producers in the scene are quite as capable of crafting such yearning, softly-spun delights as "Oblivion", "Passage" and "Achille", a track whose combination of punchy drums, drifting pads, meandering melodies and soulful flourishes borders on breathtaking. He also tries his hand at deep space ambient with impressive results (see "Float") while vocal number "Just Let It" is a punchy, UKG-influenced chunk of life-affirming goodness.
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Coco Bryce - Gunna
10"
$10.51
He's not alone in flying the flag for revivalist '90s jungle flavours, but few D&B retro-futurists are quite as prolific as Coco Bryce. We've lost count of the number of releases he's had this year, though we do remember that they all contain some seriously potent material. That's the case with this two-tracker, too. "Gunna", for example, is an Amen-powered nu-jungle roller whose warm chords, cut-up vocal samples and mid-90s synth stabs recall the early days of UK garage. "A New Mind", meanwhile, revolves around a punchier, more stop-start break and relentless, elongated sub-bass tones. This bottom end pressure provides a perfect platform for the producer's musical elements to sparkle, namely a suitably cosmic vocal and some proto-liquid synthesizer sounds.
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Since 2015, deep dubstep explorer Corin Bornoff AKA Karma has put out one EP a year. This year's was delayed, it seems, but it has finally appeared - just as 2018 is wheezing its' last, scarlet-faced breath. Opener "Bluefoot" was arguably worth the wait, though. Built around a skewed but still stepping, reggae-fired dubstep "ridim", the track shuffles along on a wave of hushed shakers, ultra-deep sub-bass and intergalactic dub-wise effects. Over on the flipside, "Choose Life" is surprisingly positive, with Bornoff wrapping ear-catching synthesizer melodies, alien electronics and UK steppas style bass around a punchy drum track.
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Chad Dubz - Reptilian Bitch EP
12"
$9.73
Like a many Britons, Chad Dubz doesn't have much time for Prime Minister Theresa May, who was, at the time of writing, still just about clinging on to her job. He's not only included a demonic painting of the "Maybot" as a "Reptilian Bitch" (his words, not ours) on the record's centre labels, but also made a thrillingly angular and heavy dubstep smasher as a kind of artistic two-fingered salute. LSN's flipside remix of the title track ratchets up the distorted analogue bass and mind-altering electronics, while also adding some suitably exasperated and sweary vocal samples. Elsewhere, "Wob" is a deep stepper powered by a gargantuan wobble bassline, while "Rollin'" not only does exactly what it says on the tin, but also includes the EP's deepest, heaviest bassline.
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Afshin / Kiss My Black Jazz - Jesuino Galo Doido
12"
$10.00
Earlier in the month, Parisian producer Afshin joined forces with Kiss My Black Jazz and served up a brilliant, two-track missive of jazz-funk and blues-house reworks on G.A.M.M. Here they reunite for round two. This time round, they begin by reworking a shuffling, chant-along Afro-Brazilian gem of unknown origin, extending the carnival-ready percussive intro before unleashing the shuffling, sun-kissed samba rhythm and some of the sweetest vocals this side of a sing-along in a chocolate factory. Over on side B they give a similar tune to a killer chunk of reggae-funk fusion rich in warm dub bass, bongo-laden beats, bluesy guitar solos, fuzzy horns and James Brown style guttural vocals.
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Life In Sodom - The Stains
12"
$10.51
Second time around for South Florida noise-niks Life In Sodom's 1991 debut single "The Stains", which here comes accompanied by a 21st century rework from Mannequin big cheese Alessandro Adriani. His mostly instrumental version adds a little rubbery electronic funk and weightier bottom end into the mix whilst retaining the drum machine driven, guitar-fired sense of impending doom that marked out Life In Sodom's original mix. That celebrated cut comes in slimmed-down album and extended versions, with the latter working better on club dancefloors. Also worth checking is bonus cut "Phantasmagoria", a much more downbeat and melancholic affair that sounds like it could have been made at any point in the early-to-mid 1980s.
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