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A Love I Can't Explain (3xLP + insert)
Cat: EXITLP 019. Rel: 06 Nov 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Gen 19 (6:27)
  2. Broadcast Pain (3:48)
  3. Depersonalised (6:34)
  4. Syncofated (4:04)
  5. Monitored Meanings (4:50)
  6. They Loved (feat They live & Poison Arrow) (3:11)
  7. Violent Circuit Autonomy (feat Lewis James) (5:11)
  8. Your Bit Crushed Heart (4:48)
  9. Nachtlus (3:51)
  10. Lost In A Memory (2:07)
  11. Filtered Scenes (6:23)
  12. Wij Zijn (feat Lewis James & Kid Drama) (4:38)
  13. UR A Star (feat Alia Fresco - reprise) (5:17)
Review: Ten years after his debut solo album Gemini Principal, Exit bossman, D&B sage and ardent futurist Darren White tells us where he's at with his sophomore A Love I Can't Explain. Taking us several thousand leagues into his abyss, the vibe is heavy, moody, pensive and synthetic. Created on a whole arsenal of outboard machines, and not a sample in sight, this is dBridge in his most creative and narrative; political themes can be felt in the slo-mo autonomic purrs and glides of "Monitored Meanings", tension, pressure and hope combine somewhere in the distant future on the Lewis James collaboration "Violent Circuit Autonomy" while "Nachtlus" takes us even deeper into the machine where the distortion and textures are so strong you sense you can feel the circuits throbbing around you. Closing with his regular set opener "UR A Star" (a cover of his brother Steve Spacek) he leaves you writhing in the sudden twist of light at the end of a long dark tunnel. Immense, perplexing and built to last... This is an album we'll keep coming back to for years to come.
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Played by: Savile
 in stock $37.73
Cat: SEN 001. Rel: 17 Jan 17
Deep Dubstep
  1. Fashion Dread (6:03)
  2. Digital Dread (5:12)
Review: Have a word... Youngsta's launched a brand new vinyl-only label and DBridge launches it. Need we say more? Both "Fashion Dread" and "Digital Dread" are Darren White at his darkest and most stately - elephantine production, moody and misty and ultimately soaked in beautifully warm bass, both cuts have been doing the rounds on dubs for almost two years and have been in demand since Youngsta debuted them. Simply massive. Get on these quickly.
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 in stock $9.70
Cat: NONPLUSLP004PLATE 5. Rel: 26 Mar 13
Techno
  1. Insta:mental & dBridge - "White Snares"
  2. Martyn - "Bad Chicago"
Review: The fifth and final Think & Change collects a few tracks that have floating around for some time. Instra:mental & dBridge's "White Snares" has existed since before the Instra:mental name ceased to be a concern last year, and combines the trio's pioneering Autonomic sound with a distinctly 80s-inspired sonic vibe. Martyn's "Bad Chicago" meanwhile has been anticipated since appearing in Pangaea's FACT mix in 2011; in comparison to "White Snares" it shows how far the label has come since 2009, a straight up techno track whose shackling beats are balanced with some rather subtle and twinkling melodies.
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