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Shelflife 3
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Shelflife 3 (3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SIGLP 010. Rel: 07 Apr 14
Drum And Bass
  1. Miraculous
  2. Honey Dew
  3. Bellamee
  4. Instant
  5. Sagan
  6. Eschaton (feat Mc Drs)
Review: Drum & bass's most unique gentleman Calibre plunders his vaults to compile a new collection of unreleased gems through the ages. As you'd expect, the end result is a timeless assault of lush grooves, soulful sonics and sweet skippy riddims. From the soft jazz insistency of "Honey Dew" to the hollowed harrowed bass tones of "Bellamee" via the harder, rave-referencing "Sagan" and the deep bass gurgles and DRS's reggae-style vocals on "Eschaton", the only issue here is the fact Calibre hasn't released them sooner. Unarguably incredible.
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Condition
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Condition (3xLP)
Cat: SIGLP 007. Rel: 03 Oct 11
Drum And Bass
  1. Nottinghill
  2. Who's Singing
  3. Garbage Man
  4. Schlager
  5. No More
  6. Windows
Review: Majestic album from Calibre, who has long been heralded as a genius in D&B circles. His sixth studio album does nothing to dispel this belief and signals a return to his early noughties heyday when he knocked out sublime and understated but fully formed musical gems for fun. "Condition" has a slightly sunnier disposition than his 2010 long player Even If, but still retains the beautifully melancholic touch that has become Calibre's trademark. Standout tracks "Who's Singing" and "Mirage" are both haunting lessons in liquid and the tougher edged "Garbage Man" and "Schlager" are built for maximum impact. A must have.
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Grow
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Grow (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 4xLP)
Cat: TNSLP 001. Rel: 26 Dec 16
Deep House
  1. Sand Promise (5:31)
  2. Groove Seeker (5:11)
  3. Softly Softly (6:11)
  4. Thunder Fog (5:31)
  5. Over The Top (6:15)
  6. Limbo (6:30)
  7. Mention (6:45)
  8. Without You (5:22)
  9. Your Endless Sea (6:47)
  10. Rust (5:34)
  11. A River Alone (5:54)
  12. Stars We Can See (4:52)
Review: Under the Calibre alias, Dom Martin has never been afraid to supplement his main drum & bass work with tracks that explore different musical styles. He's gone one step further on this album for Craig Richards' label, the Nothing Special. Stripped of all jungle intent, Grow impressively shuffles between jazzy future garage, hazy post-dubstep soundscapes, warm, breakbeat-driven grooves (the early Blu Mar Ten style bliss of "Thunder Fog"), throbbing futurist dub (the brilliant "Over The Top"), and, perhaps most surprisingly for those keen on D&B, four-to-the-floor deep house (the clandestine "Mention"). The fact that it's all rather good confirms what many in D&B already knew: that Martin is a hugely talented producer.
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Grow/Lost
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Grow/Lost (12")
Cat: TNS 022. Rel: 06 Mar 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Grow (5:23)
  2. Lost (4:34)
  3. Strange Are The Days (4:20)
Lit
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Lit (12")
Cat: SIGLP 012LTD. Rel: 09 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Lit (7:14)
  2. Gentle Push (4:36)
Played by: Sebo K
The Deep
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The Deep (3xLP)
Cat: SIGLP 012. Rel: 03 Apr 17
Drum And Bass
  1. No One Gets You (6:50)
  2. Up In Smoke (5:39)
  3. Mr Natural (4:01)
  4. Footloose (3:38)
  5. Complain (6:03)
  6. Echoes (5:39)
  7. Blind For Bang (4:14)
  8. Roundbox (3:20)
Grow
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Grow (CD)
Cat: TNSCD 001. Rel: 26 Dec 16
Deep House
  1. Sand Promise
  2. Groove Seeker
  3. Softly Softly
  4. Thunder Fog
  5. Over The Top
  6. Limbo
  7. Mention
  8. Without You
  9. Your Endless Sea
  10. Rust
  11. A River Alone
  12. Stars We Can See
Review: Under the Calibre alias, Dom Martin has never been afraid to supplement his main drum & bass work with tracks that explore different musical styles. He's gone one step further on this album for Craig Richards' label, the Nothing Special. Stripped of all jungle intent, Grow impressively shuffles between jazzy future garage, hazy post-dubstep soundscapes, warm, breakbeat-driven grooves (the early Blu Mar Ten style bliss of "Thunder Fog"), throbbing futurist dub (the brilliant "Over The Top"), and, perhaps most surprisingly for those keen on D&B, four-to-the-floor deep house (the clandestine "Mention"). The fact that it's all rather good confirms what many in D&B already knew: that Martin is a hugely talented producer.
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Iron Balls
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Iron Balls (12")
Cat: SIG 021. Rel: 07 Nov 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Iron Balls (5:20)
  2. Angle Breach (5:17)
Review: It's by Calibre and it has balls in the title... Does any more need to be said? Not really, but credit where it's due - no artist comes close in consistency, proliferation and out-and-out distinctive style than Calibre. Here he is in "Posh Boy" mode - all sizzling in the bass and hazy in the chords - "Iron Balls" is nasty but restrained, cruel but kind, furious but funk. "Angel Breach" takes us even deeper into Calibre's darker side with a ricochet drum set and bassline that ploughs deeper and deeper into the abyss. There's no mucking around here - just up dark style Calibre.
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