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Singles
Cat: HTH 046. Rel: 28 Aug 15
  1. Cake (Suicideyear remix) (3:10)
  2. Nectar (Mr Mitch Lights Off remix) (3:43)
  3. OIXU (Tia Maria Producoes remix) (4:46)
  4. Crow (Audri Nix remix) (3:13)
Review: Culled from last year's debut album Trust, this remix collection comes from artists that 18+ respect and occasionally collaborate with. Suicideyear's take on "Cake" is a dreamy, entrancing affair, with haunting electronic melodies and half-heard vocals set to push the listener into a trance. It's followed by the huge bass drops and dissected vocals of Mr Mitch's 'Light's Off' take on "Nectar", which pulls the track into melodic, atmospheric territory. The remix of "OIXU" from Principe act Tia Maria Producoes is in a similar vein thanks to its massive subs. Birds cawing, clicking thumb percussion and techno bleeps comprise the closing Audri Nix's reshape of "Crow".
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Remixes (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: SNKR 014. Rel: 10 Jul 18
  1. Gone Too Soon (Sully remix) (6:30)
  2. Limit Of Paradise (Falty DL remix) (5:37)
Review: Sneaker Social Club are not messing around! Following their previous outings from the legendary trio 2 Bad Mice comes remixes from two impeccably forward thinking break crafters; Sully takes "Gone Too Soon" into some fantastical places as the breaks scream jungle but the big breeze pads scream Alex Reece but both elements work together emotively. Falty DL, meanwhile, gives us a hardcore schooling on "Limit Of Paradise" with its heavily layered breaks, wall of sound pads and dynamic drops into spacious hooks. Bad to the (clear vinyl) bone!
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Cat: TEC 029. Rel: 25 Jun 09
  1. Love In Outer Space
  2. Third Wave
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F1nk (12")
Cat: GROOVE 005. Rel: 26 Sep 18
  1. F1nk (5:31)
  2. Sudoeste (feat Bim Sanga) (4:54)
Review: Bristol's Addison Groove is back to get well funky! The Groove boss and 50Weapons staple gets some low slung party vibes in full effect on "F1nk" which is a wicked tool that's looped to perfection. On the flip, he goes deeper into the night on the well hypnotic and very exotic polyrhythmicity of "Sudoeste" and features good mate Bim Sanga - it follows up their excellent Where Are The People EP ?on Bags Inc. last year. This one was our pick of the two and is perfect for those heads-down or 'get weird' moments on the dancefloor. Tip!
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Cat: GROOVE 004. Rel: 03 Oct 17
  1. Shango (Ejeca remix) (6:36)
  2. Shango (O'Flynn remix) (5:34)
  3. Shango (Nan Kole remix) (5:09)
  4. Shango (Amit remix) (4:14)
  5. Shango (Subp Yao remix) (3:39)
Review: Remix klaxon! Addison Groove unleashes "Shango" from this summer's heavily played "Changa" EP and passes it round his mates for a cheeky buzz. The results include a harmonic Julian Jabre-style tech house riff from Ejeca, a sub-aquatic bubble-n-bleep stepper from O'Flynn, a woozy slo-mo broken beat affair from Nan Kole and a pounding operator-style 4x4 dub shakedown from Professor Amit. Subp Yao takes the closing honours with a spaced-out beat jam that sits somewhere between IG Culture and Roska. Shango-a-gogo.
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Allaby (12")
Cat: 50WEAPONS 043. Rel: 27 Oct 15
  1. Addison Groove - "Allaby" (4:36)
  2. Errorsmith - "Airbag" (5:30)
Review: Here's something to excite all those who like their dance music to come with a heavy dose of funk: a split release from 50 Weapons that boasts material from Bristol-based floor-slayer Addison Groove and scene veteran Erik "Errorsmith" Wiegand. The latter is in a combative mood, delivering a rave-friendly chunk of analogue madness that comes complete with colossal build-ups, twisted acid lines, bouncy electronics and ghetto-tech-inspired intensity. While rather good, it lacks the energy and punch of Addison Groove's contribution, the throbbing "Allaby". Typically, it sits somewhere between the relentless jack of juke, the cut-up appeal of ghetto-tech, and the rolling goodness of tech-funk. However you describe the track, it's a bit of a banger.
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Cat: FPL 016. Rel: 05 Dec 17
  1. The Day We Met (3:51)
  2. The Future We Used To Have (4:33)
  3. Watching You Fake A Smile (3:27)
  4. Together We Will Live Forever (3:01)
  5. Onsra (3:31)
  6. The Night We Parted (5:00)
Review: Scottish artist Aether emerges from the ether with some of his most spell-binding material to date. Twinkling, evocative and hazy, there's a dreamlike theme as the narrative runs throughout and we're taken down lullaby lane with woozy and wondrous results. From the startling sunrise soul of the first encounter to the poignant, lingering final goodbye, Aether's sonic imagery and consistency makes this more of a mini album than an EP. Utterly beautiful.
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Cat: VERSION 011. Rel: 17 Apr 18
  1. Mygraine Urgraine (5:40)
  2. Harbour Run (5:33)
Review: Last spotted cavorting with the likes of Troy Gunner and others on Brotherhood Sound System, Agrippa makes his official 12" debut with this forthright doublet on Berlin's Version imprint. "Mygraine Urgrain" is an iced-out electroid wonderland with spaced-out kicks and twisted alien textures while "Harbour Run" picks up the pace with a switchy broken drum arrangement and dense loopy bass textures that swirl around the groove with growing intensity. Watch out for his new label Par Avion coming soon...
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Shaded (12")
Cat: HEK 031. Rel: 28 Sep 17
  1. Shaded (6:06)
  2. Antipolo (7:29)
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HTH020 (12")
Cat: HTH 020. Rel: 12 Jun 14
  1. Gravure
  2. Continuum
  3. Typeface
  4. Greyscale
Review: Indigo and Synkro return for Houndstooth duty under the Akkord guise, with HTH020 their first material for the fabric-affiliated label since last year's roundly praised debut album. That long player was perhaps the most confident display of the sound design-heavy production style the Mancunian pair had been narrowing in on since their cultish white label bow, but this new 12" finds them adding whole new levels of darkness to the mix. Moody low end sits deep in the channels; given the space to breath by Akkord who seem careful to restrict their drum samples to the barest of appearances at times (see "Gravure") whilst those out there that enjoyed the Millie + Andrea album for Modern Love will probably gravitate towards "Continuum" which showcases a murky, raw take on breakbeat-led jungle.
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Shaneera (12")
Cat: HDB 110. Rel: 13 Oct 17
  1. Shaneera (feat Bobo Secret & Lama3an) (3:39)
  2. Is2aleeha (feat Bobo Secret & Chaltham) (4:26)
  3. Alkahaf (feat Bobo Secret & Lama3an) (4:29)
  4. Spiral (feat Bobo Secret) (3:24)
  5. Galby (feat Naygow) (5:01)
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Cat: BM 019. Rel: 28 Aug 14
  1. Everything Stays The Same
  2. New York
  3. Cloud Key
  4. Pride & Joy (with Deft)
  5. Glimpses Of Beauty
  6. Astral Trails
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Cat: JIM 007. Rel: 18 Sep 18
  1. Amduscias (6:02)
  2. She-Witch (4:38)
  3. That Nonsense Beat (4:37)
  4. War On Venius (3:46)
Review: Mysterious subversive beat/bass meddler Amduscias makes his debut with this dizzying four piece on Space Hardware. Coming on strong like a post-apocalyptic theme tune, the self-titled "Amduscias" opens with twisted technoid bubbled and strange gluey halftime beats while "She-Witch" gets its Tim Wright on with warped alien bass lasers and a mutating jacking beat. Flip for even more stark designs as "That Nonsense Beat" bends time beneath heavy warped chord blankets and "War On Venius" gets its grain on with heavily textured, switching drums and vast paranoid pads.
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Week-End (hand-stamped 140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DEGREY 002. Rel: 12 Feb 18
  1. Week-End (5:43)
  2. 6PNHHPE (7:04)
  3. Stabilizer (4:36)
  4. Seita (5:36)
Review: De Grey launched last year with a 12" from Webstarr, and now it follows up with the raw, rough and ready sound of Jack Angle. "Week-End" is a lithe, percussive beast of a track that matches bloated kicks with glassy hits for a tracky but distinctive end result. "6PNHHPE" is a looped up, off-kilter affair that sports an industrial techno thread but heads into stranger territory with ease. "Stablilizer" is a more balanced, melodic affair but again those distinctive metallic tones pervade the mix and inject some real character into Angle's music. "Selta" takes this approach and whips it up into the most lively, peak-time minded belter on the whole record, sneakily tucked away on the B2.
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Played by: Tripeo
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Rundgang EP (white vinyl 12")
Cat: SS 004. Rel: 05 Oct 16
  1. Rundgang (11:06)
  2. Woot! (5:55)
  3. Track 3 (Go Koyashiki remix) (5:48)
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Cat: AP 001. Rel: 14 Aug 18
  1. When Grounds Shift (The Otolith Is Obsolete) (5:47)
  2. Gravity's Pitfalls (6:13)
Review: Kl.ne and CRESC continue to developed their APHTC project with two new rhythmic spells on brand new kinetic body music label Arcane Patterns. Wild freestyle percussion, fractured breaks and an all round physical sensation to both sides, once again we're hurled into unchartered sonic territory. "When Grounds Shift" sideswipes from the off with a curious polyrhythm that sits somewhere between IG Culture Shackleton. "Gravity's Pitfalls" rolls with a little more of a conventional sense of techno and tribal momentum while still sounding like nothing else on this planet. Follow the patterns...
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Cat: FUCKPUNK 002. Rel: 17 Apr 18
  1. Spud-U-Like (4:05)
  2. Trash & Ready (3:36)
  3. Bells (1:47)
Review: Seb Gainsborough aka VESSEL and Chester Giles are ASDA, a new pseudo-noise and demi-industrial outfit from the UK issued through the emergent Bristol label FuckPunk. The former should need no introduction, while the latter is just now making his debut as vocalist so we're pretty intrigued to hear what he has to say! "Spud-U-Like" is a booming, percussion-driven clusterbomb that sounds like the inside of a tank engine, while "Trash&Ready" takes blatant inspiration from the likes of Throbbing Gristle and the like, boasting Giles' dystopian words, an utterly broken arrangement and a distorted, poisonous bassline. "Bells" is the more abstract, however, where Vessel only inserts subtle flurries of sound among the noir beat poetry of Chester. Gorgeous stuff.
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Cat: LDN 062. Rel: 17 May 16
  1. Solitude (5:07)
  2. On The Cusp (4:51)
  3. Alone In A Timespan (4:05)
  4. Calm (4:49)
Review: Keysound's South Coast connection expands as Atlas, a Brighton contemporary to Etch, is welcomed into the fold with the Solitude EP which stretches the boundaries of the label's rollage aesthetic, weightless synth experimentation and established sub heavy paradigms to near breaking point. Keysound followers should recognise the title cut, it's been a set opener for Dusk + Blackdown for well over a year and it's easy to see why. A palate cleansing opener subtly shifts towards intricate, skeletal drum flickers and sub gravity and the sort of emotional apex "Hyph Mngo" once delivered. Atlas deploys a similar approach on subsequent track "On The Cusp" whilst the B-side features some superb experiments in bass science. The dubby, bass-heavy rollage of "Calm" is a fine way to end a super Keysound debut.
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Played by: Joe Drive
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Danger (12")
Cat: BLNK 008. Rel: 18 Aug 16
  1. Danger (6:34)
  2. Gibbon 5 (6:27)
  3. Insomnia (5:22)
  4. The Legendary (6:25)
Review: You can always rely on London's Blank Mind imprint to deliver the freshest, most gloriously noxious bass twists around. After a short hiatus, the label returns with four slithering licks of beats and low frequencies from South Africa's AudioBoyz, Durban's collaborative project consisting of Fatonic, Motion, Mudpunk and Njeh. Now, this particular strain of tribal dance music has been coined 'Gqom', and it's the perfect balance between urban and rural, modern and ancient. "Danger" and "Gibbon5", although different in their choices of sounds and aesthetic, are both made up of the same sort of ritualistic outlook that has been missing from the bass world for a while. On the flip, "Insomnia" slices its sharp percussion stabs over a thin layer of bass and an even more stripped-down sonic landscape, leaving "The Legendary" to deliver the most musical content on this EP, a dark and alluring wormhole of sonics. TIP!
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Dust March (12")
Cat: HES 021. Rel: 19 Jun 12
  1. Dust March
  2. Rise 'Em
  3. Metzger
  4. Dog Sweater
Review: Hessle Audio's emergence from hibernation in 2012 really has seen the label release some of the most extraordinary music of its life, and this EP from Bandshell might top the lot. Tapping into the grainy, murky sound world of the like of STL, Shed and Actress, this record explores strange rhythms constantly on the verge of breaking out into a frenzy. The title track is comprised of little more than rattling percussion and dense, fizzy bass, while "Rise 'Em" places a jungle breakbeat atop a mucky hum. On the flip, "Metzger" takes the vibe of classic dubstep and fills it with subtle melodies and clipped snares, but "Dog Sweater" is the real killer - a homage to soundsystem culture whose threadbare rhythms are the only thing to stop you being dragged into the track's viscous centre. Make no mistake, this is a serious new talent.
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Public Skin (white label 12" + insert limited to 200 copies)
Cat: BSHELL 01 . Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. Jepshastan (4:07)
  2. Bison Down (3:32)
  3. Heist Rims (4:02)
  4. S. Berserker (4:48)
  5. Panic Bull (4:11)
Review: Having shot into the limelight in 2012 with a 12" on Hessle Audio followed up by an outing on Liberation Technologies, Bandshell has since been on covert operations largely centred around releasing his music himself via Bandcamp. Now he's extended that practice into the B.S.Hell label, providing a physical presence to his wayward experimentation on the fringes of bass music. It's a sound that naturally aligns with the likes of Batu and Laksa, but also defiantly makes its own statement as well. With five tracks of distinctive drum science and textural voodoo to indulge in, this is a welcome return to wax for a thrilling, self-motivated producer.
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Played by: Decka
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Cat: FTD 008. Rel: 09 Jun 17
  1. Credit Fangs (4:08)
  2. Gruberfund (4:56)
  3. Polarising Haircut (3:59)
  4. Snow Directives (2:01)
Played by: Rikki Humphrey
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CONCH 002 (12")
Cat: CONCH 002. Rel: 27 Feb 18
  1. EC (7:06)
  2. 1303 (6:05)
  3. Worm (6:14)
Review: The blink-and-miss Conch returns with another siren selection as Bash & T deliver three broken house cuts that delve deeper and deeper into the sub abyss with each track. "EC" ignites the smouldering sesh with piped chords and a swinging UK funky rhythm, "1303" is much more of a clipped synth, shuffle-drum Chi-town bump fest then finally we hit "Worm", a tunnelling oscillating acid stepper that entwines itself around your floor without them even realising. Get on blower.
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TTT 052 (12")
Cat: TTT 052. Rel: 04 Apr 17
  1. Interform (8:33)
  2. Untunnel (8:47)
Review: Although we have nothing but respect for Will Bankhead's TTT imprint, we can't help but think that there is naturally more to say about those releases on the label which actually have beats and bass at their core. The noisier, more ambient end of the spectrum is absolute class but, as you can imagine, something of this particular ilk is easier to propose across the board. Bass Cleff is back for his second appearance on the label and it's clear that the producer is making it his goal to carve out a fresh, more house-centric sound these days. "Interform" is everything a dub techno tune should be, but that often isn't; it's full of dread bass and dubby sub tones that give way to a sparse, raw bundle of drums that stumble helter-skelter about the groove. "Untunnel" is similarly off-kilter, except that here Bass Cleff has favoured a more typical 'bass' approach to launch his 4/4 attack. This is a magnificent EP, and it's safe to say that this artist is outperforming much of the hardcore house crew. BIG.
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Cat: HAPSKL 014. Rel: 12 Jul 18
  1. Charnel House (5:44)
  2. Acid Hearse (8:32)
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Rebuilt EP (12")
XL
Cat: XL 922T. Rel: 08 Jun 18
  1. Rebuilt (5:25)
  2. Pillars (3:25)
  3. Flash React (4:29)
  4. Tuff Cookie (5:42)
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Kneqq (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: FRINGEWHITE 002. Rel: 17 Apr 18
  1. Kneqq (5:42)
  2. Struck (5:22)
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L1 (12")
Cat: GI 225. Rel: 25 Nov 14
  1. Fault Lines
  2. L1
  3. Minor Structures
  4. Better Love
  5. Only Us
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Cat: MAGN 068. Rel: 31 Aug 16
  1. True At First Light (4:16)
  2. Yell Of The Murr (4:20)
  3. Bioroid (4:20)
  4. Salsa Death God Appeasement Music (4:17)
  5. Wildebeets (2:27)
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Cat: MSRY 008. Rel: 02 Mar 18
  1. Special Offer (5:46)
  2. Kushty (5:50)
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No Symbols 006 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: NOSM 006. Rel: 02 Dec 16
  1. Lifted (5:13)
  2. Cack (6:05)
  3. Fuck Ya'll (5:21)
Review: Northern underground bass grunter Beneath steps away from the new-talent championing Mistry imprint for a moment and refocuses our attention on his own forward-thinking work. "Lifted" hits with a strangely militant wooziness. Trippy, unpredictable and damn fun to mix, this lives up to its name. "Crack" places us much deeper in the drums as big toms hammer with insistency and synths cry beneath while "Fuck Ya'll" rattles and slaps with brittle digital venom. Angry.
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  1. WBD (5:03)
  2. Blunted (3:23)
  3. Earls/Network (2:04)
  4. WBD (Moire remix) (4:34)
  5. Blunted (Best Available Technology version 1) (6:24)
  6. Blunted (Best Available Technology version 2) (6:53)
  7. Blunted (Best Available Technology version 3) (6:12)
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Cat: CB 02. Rel: 12 Mar 18
  1. BFTT - "Public/Private"
  2. Lack - "Absent"
  3. Chekov - "Celeste"
  4. Howes - "Untitled"
Review: Cong Burn made a mighty splash with its first release, clearly flaunting the kind of wares you'd expect to hear from Livity Sound alumni or other such esteemed techno renegades. The second installment is no slouch either, featuring a new cast of crooked creators offering up their wares for the modern mutant dancefloor. BFTT has a weighty low end thrum powering "Public/Private", while Lack takes things in a scuffed and nimble direction. Chekov pushes out into more experimental pastures with the broken beats and displaced sound design of "Celeste" and Howes creates a wonderful strain of mystical deep house for darkened souls. Each one of these tracks is loaded with flair and personality, yards ahead of your average generic knock offs and presenting something with real merit to the convoluted world of dance music.
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Played by: Maciek Sienkiewicz
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Arcane Mosaics (white vinyl 12" in hand-stamped hand-sprayed sleeve (each sleeve is different, we cannot guarantee which one you will receive))
Cat: BMR 016. Rel: 13 Feb 18
  1. Prequel (3:14)
  2. More Than Love (3:52)
  3. Arcane Mosaics (5:10)
  4. Tensegrity (3:45)
  5. Kick Blood (3:45)
  6. Blood (3:28)
  7. Blood (Walton remix) (4:21)
Review: Big Hands, big heart, big ideas; Milan man now based in London Andrea Bonalumi blesses us with his biggest release to date on Beat Machine. Fractured, frazzled and fried in future innovation, we're blindsided by the offbeat bubbles on "Prequel" and shunted and stuttered by disco freakery on "More Than Love". Elsewhere the title track boils things down to a much sludgier, warped and weird shuffle, "Tensegrity" reimagines rave for a modern day jilted generation while "Kick Blood" kicks us down a twisted UKG rabbit hole. "Blood" concludes this extensive extended player both in its breakbeat original form and gun-toting instrumental grime take from Walton. Big.
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Fargo EP (12")
Cat: KZN 004. Rel: 15 Dec 17
  1. Stealth (4:21)
  2. Fargo (5:41)
  3. Yoof (3:22)
  4. Weekend (4:40)
  5. Trench Foot (4:06)
  6. Ancoats (5:13)
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Cat: LDN 067. Rel: 03 Feb 17
  1. Keysound Sessions Anthem (Feverish Weightless mix) (4:06)
  2. Keysound Sessions Anthem (Techrollage mix) (6:01)
  3. Keysound Sessions Anthem (4:18)
  4. Keysound Sessions Anthem (8bar mix) (3:31)
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Cat: LDN 070. Rel: 28 Jul 17
  1. Godlike Power (5:30)
  2. Clueless (feat Dusk) (5:00)
  3. Halcyon Skies (Rollage mix) (4:44)
  4. The Greatest Concert (RIP PMC) (6:36)
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Really Love (limited transparent red vinyl 7")
Cat: B3SR 013. Rel: 11 May 15
  1. Really Love (4:25)
  2. Reset (3:37)
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Swinging Flavors #7 (turquoise vinyl 7")
Cat: BMRSF 007. Rel: 11 Sep 18
  1. Damn Hot (4:31)
  2. Damn Hot (Danny Scrilla remix) (4:52)
Review: The seventh volume in Beat Machine's ongoing "Swinging Flavors" series of singles arrives on vibrant turquoise vinyl. This time round, it's a relatively new artist at the controls: Breaka, whose debut 12" on Holding Hands tickled our fancy earlier in the year. Happily, "Damn Hot" lives up to its title, brilliantly joining the dots between the snappy drum machine snares, cut up vocal samples and incessant hustle of Chicago Juke, the crunchy breakbeat since of old school jungle, and the futurist intent of contemporary drum and bass. It's really rather good, all told, with Danny Scrilla's flipside remix - a spacey fusion of intergalactic synthesizer melodies and ruffneck early '90s jungle tropes - also hitting the sweet spot.
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Lex
Cat: LEX 118EP. Rel: 04 Nov 16
  1. Arpeggehater (3:25)
  2. BTB (5:14)
  3. N Josie (feat GABI) (3:57)
  4. Son (2:52)
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Cat: HDB 069. Rel: 12 Dec 12
  1. Truant
  2. Rough Sleeper
Review: *Burial Repress* The double header of Truant/Rough Sleeper is the second EP from Burial in 2012, and arrives with as little fanfare as the superb Kindred EP did early this year. Unlike that more dancefloor focused record however, this EP harks back to the producer's earlier sound. Of course, being two longform compositions clocking in at 12 and 14 minutes respectively, they're hardly conventional works; each utilises the same liberal use of spectral atmospheres, emotive vocal samples, hollow 2-step beats and nods to jungle as we've come to expect from the producer, but with complex structures that come across more like two sides of an old mixtape recorded from a pair of decrepit turntables. Of course being a mixtape from Burial, this is special stuff indeed - consider it an early Christmas present to yourself.



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Cat: HDB 080. Rel: 13 Dec 13
  1. Rival Dealer
  2. Hiders
  3. Come Down To Us
Review: After a decidedly silent 2013 Burial is back on Hyperdub with a new single that points to pastures new for the stealthy producer. "Rival Dealer" is sure to polarize opinion as it takes a positively unexpected route into hardcore breaks, static interference, all manner of oddball speech samples, diversions and switches in dynamics, and a willfully grainy production finish that borders on punk. Depending on where you choose to dive into the ten-minute track the experience could be very different; experiencing it in full is nothing short of a rollercoaster. "Hiders" too is full of surprises, more indebted to pop balladry than anything remotely garage related, and the emotive croon and swooning piano is only magnified by a Yazoo-esque drum stomp at the midway point. "Come Down To Us" is equally heartfelt, all slow release vocals and languid chords yet constantly fractured at the edges, with yet more surprising turns of bombast waiting in the wings over thirteen minutes.
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Cat: HDB 013. Rel: 24 Mar 11
  1. Street Halo
  2. NYC
  3. Stolen Dog
Review: Repress alert! Wednesday: Hyperdub announce a new three track release from enigmatic producer Burial - his first solo work in four years. Thursday: Said records arrive on Juno doorstep. How's that for service (and secrecy)! The news came just a matter of days after the producer's collaboration with Radiohead front man Thom Yorke and Four Tet arrived on record shelves across the UK and promptly sold out amidst a frenzy of hype. There are three new tracks on offer here, namely "Street Halo", "NYC" and "Stolen Dog". First up "Street Halo" showcases the classic Burial sound; subterranean bass gurgles, trademark clicking beats and barely-there vocal snatches. A sweet childlike vocal pervades the sonic mist on "NYC" while "Stolen Dog" closes out with ethereal vocal harmonies buried deep beneath vinyl crackle. Stunning.
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Subtemple (10")
Cat: HDB 108. Rel: 23 May 17
  1. Subtemple (7:18)
  2. Beachfires (9:51)
Review: Naturally, there's been plenty of hype surrounding this new Hyperdub 10", which features Burial indulging his often-discussed ambient influences. It's a typically creepy and ghostly affair, with the lack of beats - if not rhythmic elements - only serving to amplify the shadowy producer's impeccable sound design and brilliant use of manipulated field recordings. A-side "Subtemple" is particularly paranoid in tone, featuring as it does chilling melody loops, curious vocal samples, looped vinyl crackle and all manner of layered background noise. Flipside "Beachfires" is, if anything, even more dystopian, with Burial basing the action around the kind of pulsing chords that gust back and forth like an autumnal breeze.
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 in stock $8.64
Young Death (limited heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: HDB 100. Rel: 28 Nov 16
  1. Young Death (5:52)
  2. Nightmarket (7:28)
Review: Burial's first multiple-track release since "Rival Dealer" three years ago: "Young Death" takes the lead with weave of deep, scratchy and evocative human textures while soulful vocal shards yearn and flutter over soft faraway beats. "Nightmarket" takes an even more introspective meander through the shadowy unknown with fractured arpeggios, distant whispers and thick graininess that envelops almost overwhelmingly. As forward, unusual and unique as ever, Burial remains in a league of his own. Limited.
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 in stock $8.38
Rodent (10")
Cat: HDB 113. Rel: 21 Sep 17
  1. Rodent (4:28)
  2. Rodent (Kode9 remix) (4:47)
 in stock $8.92
Decadubs 5 EP (double 12")
Cat: HDB 088. Rel: 03 Dec 14
  1. Burial - "Lambeth"
  2. Kode9 - "Oh"
  3. Cooly G - "Love Again"
  4. DVA - "Monophonic Nightmare"
  5. Martyn - "Mega Drive Generation" (Dorian Concept remix)
  6. Cooly G - "Him Da Biz"
  7. Funkystepz - "Vice Versa"
Review: Of all the Decadubs double packs issued as part of Hyperdub's exhaustive 10th Anniversary celebrations it's probably this fifth and final edition most label fans have been waiting for. Why's that? Because it offers you the chance to grip the hallowed Burial production "Lambeth" in your hands, one of a clutch of unreleased tracks from the reclusive producer that have been racking up plays on Youtube for some five years in one form or another. However there's plenty more to sink the teeth of your stylus needle into here, with the label's stated focus on a "celebration of house, garage and techno" resulting in some fine dancefloor moves from Kode9, DVA, Cooly G and a blinding Dorian Concept refix of Martyn.
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Played by: EJECA
 in stock $12.43
EP 1 (12")
Cat: BUTTERFREDPRODUCTIONS 001. Rel: 22 Feb 17
  1. Spread The Butter (4:48)
  2. Dark Butter (3:37)
  3. Liquid Butter (4:49)
  4. Butter Break (3:43)
Review: The mysterious Butterfred Productions have surfaced with some nice angles on the underground deep dubstep sound, as demonstrated on A side cuts "Spread The Butter" with its jagged/off kilter beats, rolling bass and haunting dub chords all working marvellously together. "Dark Butter" (naturally) dives a bit deeper on this paranoid late night cut that employs a more steady four to the floor rhythm. On the flip, the sinister delusions of a stoned mind continue with the slow motion groove of "Liquid Butter" while "Butter Break" cleverly employs some reversed deep house samples over an industrial junkyard rhythm and booming lo-end dynamics. An impressive debut!
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Played by: JELLY ROLL SOUL
 in stock $9.19
Cat: SIG 023. Rel: 13 Apr 18
  1. Falls To You (5:52)
  2. Crawler (4:45)
  3. The Sprint (5:25)
 in stock $9.19
  1. Eliza Carthy & Disraeli - "Aleppo In The Sun As It Was" (EAN remix) (4:10)
  2. The Memory Band - "Children Of The Stones" (EAN remix) (4:15)
 in stock $6.48
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