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Worldwide Epidemic

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Globex Corp Vol 2 (limited 12")
Cat: 7THGLOBEX 002. Rel: 13 Jun 17
Drum And Bass
  1. Dwarde - "Track 1" (6:37)
  2. Tim Reaper - "Track 2" (6:26)
  3. Tim Reaper & Worldwide Epidemic - "Track 3" (6:37)
  4. Tim Reaper & Dev/Null - "Track 4" (5:23)
Review: Following the Globex Corp series launch last year, foundation revivalists 7th Storey continue to encourage the rawest, most authentic roots rave from its family members. Here we're treated to four more untitled damagers that cross the early 90s board with late 2010s production skills... Dwarde takes the lead with some bonafide 93 jungle badness while Reaper hogs the rest of the EP with one brutal hardcore original, a sprightly early 2 Bad Mice style cut with Worldwide Epidemic and a serious b-boy jungle shock out with Dev/Null. This isn't likely to hang around.
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out of stock $9.97
Cat: DEEP 01. Rel: 12 Jul 17
Deep House
  1. FX - "No Darkness" (5:41)
  2. Worldwide Epidemic - "Anthropomorphic" (6:51)
 in stock $10.48
Cat: JEDI 21. Rel: 17 Oct 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Keezee - "Into The Depths" (6:46)
  2. Breakbeatscientist - "You're Really Scaring Me" (6:42)
  3. Worldwide Epidemic - "Curious" (5:05)
  4. DJ Jedi - "Feel It" (5:39)
Review: In a galaxy far, far away, DJ Jedi has mustered a "Rebel Alliance" hell bent on destroying the dark forces of drum and bass boredom. First into battle is grizzled X-Wing pilot Keezee, who hurtles headlong towards the Death Star via the all-out assault of jungle roller "Into The Depths". Meanwhile, Breakbeatscientist and Worldwide Epidemic attempt to incite an Ewok rave riot by serving up contrasting takes on the classic UK hardcore sound. Just at the point that all seems lost, DJ Jedi floors a platoon of Storm Troopers with the razor-sharp rave riffs, bustling pianos and scattergun rhythms of "Feel It". The Force is strong in this one.
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 in stock $9.71
Cat: VIVR 03. Rel: 30 Apr 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Liquid Silk - "Amen Epidemic" (5:42)
  2. Liquid Silk - "Different Era" (6:31)
  3. Worldwide Epidemic - "Stargazer" (6:08)
  4. Worldwide Epidemic - "Untitled" (5:49)
 in stock $11.28
  1. Tim Reaper - "Spiralling Down"
  2. Necrotype - "A Certain Bend In Space"
  3. FX - "Wake Up"
  4. Tim Reaper & Worldwide Epidemic - "Z Maze"
out of stock $9.71
Cat: 7THGLOBEX 004. Rel: 28 Mar 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Tim Reaper & Worldwide Epidemic - "Track 1" (6:20)
  2. Tim Reaper, Dwarde & Gand - "Track 2" (6:31)
  3. Tim Reaper & Dwarde - "Track 3" (5:11)
  4. Dwarde & Gand - "Track 4" (6:53)
Review: Since establishing the series back in 2016, Tim Reaper and Dwarde have made sure that each Globex Corp 12" comes packed to the rafters with ethereal and atmospheric drum and bass. Predictably, you'll find more of the same on the series first outing of 2018. Reaper is naturally in the thick of the action, first joining forces with Worldwide Epidemic for the spacey and bass-heavy, jungle-goes-techno stomp of "Track 1", before working alongside Dwarde and Gand on the dreamy deep jungle of "Track 2". Turn to the flipside for Reaper and Dwarde's bouncy, breakbeat techno workout "Track 3", where deep space chords float above a decidedly hectic rhythm track, and the sub-heavy jungle jazziness of Dwarde and Gand's "Track 4", which makes great use of some cheeky MC Hammer samples.
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Versions Of The Past
Versions Of The Past (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: QPR 001A.
Hard Techno
  1. Peer Pressure
  2. Ravenous
  3. Pulse 33
  4. QI
coming soon $11.02
Cat: PEARL 02. Rel: 14 Feb 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Aroha (7:06)
  2. Enterprise (6:54)
Review: Under the Worldwide Epidemic alias, New Zealand-based Brit Dan Silk has previously delivered a string of fine singles that gleefully pay tribute to the early days of "jungle techno", when bombastic basslines and skittish breakbeats were often accompanied by the kind of shimmering synthesizer motifs and otherworldly electronics that had previously been associated with British "bleep" and Detroit techno. He's at it again on this first outing for MYOR's retro-futurist Diamond Life offshoot. He starts in confident fashion via the rolling goodness of "Aroha", where bustling Amen breakbeats - complete with stuttering period drum fills - are wrapped in spacey melodies and dreamy vocal snippets. Silk takes a different approach on the flip, underpinning sci-fi electronics and spacey chords with relentless kick-drums, mind-altering acid lines and snare-heavy drum breaks.
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out of stock $11.02
Found (10")
Cat: CRITERION 17. Rel: 23 Jun 17
Drum And Bass
  1. Found (7:53)
  2. Horizon (6:25)
out of stock $13.12
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