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For the 32nd release on his Eastenderz label, East End Dubs has turned to Chris Stussy, a Dutch producer more often associated with the Djebali and Robsoul Recordings imprints. There's tons to get the juices flowing across the four tracks, which mix pin-sharp electronic melodies and warming chords with basslines and beats that sit somewhere between tech-house and deep house. We're particularly enjoying the melodious, funk-fuelled brilliance of "Never Ending Story" and the liquid deepness of "Modiletion", though opener "Torino" - all deep tech-house grooves, cut-up female vocal samples and tuneful electronic motifs - and dreamy closing cut "Aerolite" are also well worth a place in your DJ sets.
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Bohren and Der Club of Gore has always been one of Germany's most intriguing and out there bands - a group rooted in grindcore and doom metal whose hard-to-pigeonhole output draws on a myriad of intriguing influences outside those intense styles. "Patchouli Blue", their tenth studio set since forming in 1992, is another moody and atmospheric gem: a challenging and experimental set that pits angst-ridden guitar textures against hallucinatory, David Lynch style cinematic sounds, hypnotic electronics and smoky, off-kilter jazz expressions. It's not a great departure from their previous albums, but when your sound is so distinctive - and inspired for that matter - why tear up the (Patchouli) blueprint?
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Following dope authenticity from the likes of Benny Ill and El-B, rising South London label GD4YA unleash another sublime session. This time courtesy of the anonymous SW2 (possibly an alias), the vibes are set just a few months ahead in sunnier climes as each sweet two-step groove shimmers with a sun-kissed jazziness. "New Park Bruk" struts like it's peaktime CoOp era at Plastic People, "3am" shuffles and pushes with a Detroit-like insistency while "All 4 You" (and its crucial El-B remix) will leave you swooning. Think Sun Ship, think Zed Bias, think bliss. Let the good times roll...
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Jme - Grime MC
LP
$19.23
Forget the Wiley / Stormzy beef; Jme's move to strictly release his first album in four years on hard formats was one of the fiercest statements in recent grime years. It's already sold out on CD now here comes the vinyl and, as you can see, this isn't a diluted down vinyl-version either: all 18 tracks are present on this double LP. And all 18 tracks are sounding extra fat on wax. Arguably his best album to date, Jme's bars, messages, yarns and jokes cover everything from Star Wars to veganism with confidence, humour and a flow that no other MC can touch. Featuring the likes of his brother Skepta, Giggs, Wiley, P Money and beats from the likes of Preditah, Tre Mission, Deeco and Jme himself, this album hits the spot with class.
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Boa - SUS 033
12"
$12.19
Best Available Technology and Ovis Aurum collide to create the BOA project. As you'd expect from such experimental minds, the vibe is unlike anything else they've done before, or anything Styles Upon Styles has released before. Heavy, slo-mo cosmic gloop, anchored in classic dub techniques and aesthetics, "Body Series" has a fluid movement in the blurring drums and incredible levels of sub bass while "Deglover" somehow manages to pump but also give the sensation like you're running slowly in a dream. For a little big more club punch jump on Mosca's remix and shake those hips to the infectious dembow rhythm.
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Saule - Ghettotech
12"
$10.02
Kirbstomp & Sepia's Hotplates continue to ramp up their manoeuvres with this disgusting couplet from San Francisco's Saule. "Ghettotech" takes the lead with its grumbling bass run and shiny 8-bit flurries. Imagine an old school Mario dungeon level but the mushrooms have been swapped for something spicier. Meanwhile on the B "Trouble Pending" provides a much more paranoid jam. Creepy, tense but playfully bleepy; who says you can't have fun even if trouble is on the horizon. Absolute stench.
Amar superstar Amit crashes into a new decade with two outstanding bruisers. "Points In Time" follows the hair-raising brute-force damage he's caused recently on Metalheadz and 31; punished steppy beats, deadline-style tones on the riff and a bassline that will eat you alive. "Wake Dub" on the B flips the vibe to Amit's classic dubwise halftime roots with hypnotic melodica blasts and tidal cymbal splashes. Savagely on-point as always.
The Charm - End Of 92 EP
12"
$11.10
Ninety Two Retro and 7th Storey Project link up once again (the last time was in 2013 with the mighty DJ Excel 12") with four previously unreleased tracks by hardcore/trance maestro Steve Stewart AKA The Charm. "He Thinks He's Bad" takes the lead with its elastic bass and spiralling arpeggios before more euphoric/GOA-edged synths go full hurricane on the title track. Meanwhile on the B we have the darker proto jungle spaciousness and sudden synth salvo of "My Heart Keeps Jumping" before "Doin It Live" closes the show with a mean Prodigy-on-steroids hardcore headbutt. Crisp, punchy, and still fresh almost 30 years later, this is an outstanding excavation by both Ninety Two and 7th Storey.
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