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Agnosia (12")
Cat: HMDM 004. Rel: 30 May 18
  1. Risa (5:01)
  2. Canto (5:13)
  3. Susurro (5:10)
  4. Dialogo (5:36)
Review: Like many artists, Siete Caforce's releases were few and far between early in his career. Six years have now passed since his digital-only debut and he's now ready to make his vinyl bow. The four tracks that make up Agnosia are largely impressive, drawing influence from a variety of bass music styles - think 140, dubstep and UK funky - as well as gritty industrial music, the dark textures of pitch-black D&B and the rhythmic bounce of tropical house. It's an intoxicating blend that feels all the more potent thanks to his superb percussion programming and love of heavy low-end pressure, with the tribal "Susurro" and stabbing, occasionally dreamy opener "Risa" being our picks.
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Triptan (12")
Cat: SEC 01506. Rel: 01 May 18
  1. Delphic (6:28)
  2. Break The Web (6:11)
  3. Triptan (5:18)
Review: Following the likes of Decka, Edeka and Tans A.M, Brooklyn's Significant Other steps up to the Berlin fusion fray with his own take on techno. Sitting somewhere between dub, electro, ambient, techno and D&B, each cut is an abyssal experience powered by spacious beats and thick, moody otherworldly atmospheres. "Delphic" the banger of the set with 150 halftime kicks giving a stark two-step D&B sensation, "Break The Web" takes 20,000 leagues under the sea and squeezes the air out of us while "Triptan" brings us back up to air with ambient mysticism. Significant.
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Cat: KZN 002. Rel: 18 Aug 16
  1. Biometric (4:59)
  2. Patience (6:13)
Review: After putting out a free compilation last year, Biome and Madam X's Kaizen label attained a sense of legitimacy in 2016 when they started putting out vinyl. After Biome took care of the first 12", Kaizen turn to Brotherhood paring Silas & Snare for this second offering, a killer two-track exercise in modern bass science. Title track "Biometric" demonstrates how well this Leeds duo utilise the sense of space in their productions, all elements crisply and sharply executed and built around that laser-like bassline. Complementing this, "Patience" sees Silas & Snare bring their percussive structures to the fore, all brushed textures shooting in intricate patterns for a fine club tool.
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Cat: ASR 003. Rel: 18 Jul 17
  1. Drunken Master (5:08)
  2. Why Not (4:12)
Review: OG slimer Silkie takes us out on the town and drinks us under the table. "Drunken Master" chugs a lug with its oddball bass ruffles and creepy arpeggio layers building and building, "Why Not" is the quintessential brandy chaser, easing you in smoothly with his signature funk before warming your chest with darker bass tones. Brought together with Silkie's trademark talkbox finesse, the only woozy after effects will be a love hangover. Blessy.
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Cat: TNS 025. Rel: 25 Sep 17
  1. Women's Weekly (6:30)
  2. Holy Mackerel (6:56)
  3. Mystery Shopper (6:11)
  4. Women's Weekly (Craig Richards remix) (7:47)
Review: Little is known about Oli Silva and K Holiday for now, besides these two facts: they're gosh-darned funky and they're coming at us on Craig Richards' imprint The Nothing Special. Four tracks of retro-future cosmic space funk and loose drums, baggy bass and sprightly synths that jack and squiggle with minds of their own. Highlights include the ESG slappery and tight-stringed strums of "Holy Mackerel", the slinky bassline of "Women's Weekly" and subtle paranoia and trippy touches on "Mystery Shopper". Craig's bruk-edged remix is on-point, too. We're looking forward to what Oli brings next...
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Played by: Alex Font
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Swinging Flavors #6 (yellow vinyl 7")
Cat: BMRSF 006. Rel: 26 Jun 18
  1. 55555 (5:32)
  2. 55555 (Philip D Kick remix) (4:46)
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Elegy Dub (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: 6S 001. Rel: 15 Apr 16
  1. Elegy Dub (5:08)
  2. Fever Skank (3:46)
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Cat: MODRU 004. Rel: 13 Apr 15
  1. Brain Music
  2. Wet
  3. Brain Music (Slick Shoota remix)
  4. Wet (House Of Black Lanterns remix)
Review: Skubi steps into the limelight with his debut release for Modern Ruin, an imprint reserved strictly for the finest in footwork killers. "Brain Music" is basically a modern hip-hop lick with cavernous low-ends and that familiar juke vocal stutter. The same goes for "Wet", a relatively darker, dreamier sort of affair. Remixes comes from none other than Slick Shoota and House Of Black Lanterns, the former opting for a jungle swing while the latter twists and funks that juke into an even nuttier bundle of drums and percussion. Large.
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Dagger (10")
Cat: SBKT 001. Rel: 18 Oct 13
  1. Dagger
  2. Dagger (Desto remix)
Review: SLV comprises Shanghai producer Downstate and Tokyo-based Hamacide. While the title of their debut release "Dagger" suggests sharp, cut-throat riddims, there's a much softer, richer sound amidst their slo-mo trappisms. Think Bassnectar's early material. Think Moby. Think beautiful. For something much sharper head to Desto's remix. Upping the tempo with footwork fury, it's the perfect foil to the title's dreamy dedication.
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Blue 02 (12")
Cat: WHYTBLU 02. Rel: 15 May 18
  1. SMX - "Sleep" (8:10)
  2. Koehler - "Thief" (8:15)
Review: Next up on Whities' new Blue series are a couple of terrific offerings. On the A side is SMX: a duo comprised of Max O'Brien and Sam Purcell, who serve up the hypnotic and emotive techno journey "Sleep". It's a reduced take on the early '90s bleep techno sound that is said to have been a recorded live jam (circa 2015) and 'explores themes of discordance and euphoria'. On the flip, Berlin based Bristolian Daniel Koehler, who has previously displayed his contorted takes on techno via labels such as Die Orakel and Diagonal - serves up the frantic rave deconstruction of "Thief" which is jam packed full of breakneck rhythms, snarling sub bass exploitations and wonky synth stabs.
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Played by: Caldera
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Arson (12")
Cat: CHAM 008. Rel: 07 Apr 15
  1. Blaze (2:20)
  2. Set Fire To The Living (2:35)
  3. Our Love (5:18)
  4. King (3:05)
  5. Frig (1:21)
  6. Wind/Water (4:02)
Review: Fiery dynamics abound as Detroit's Snakepiss delivers a caustic six track document. Ranging from the paranoid and intense overlapping vocal samples of the angst-ridden "Blaze" to the slow-and-steady tribal thunder of "Our Love", each cut reveals a different shade of Snakepiss's sonic personality. There's anger here, but it's displayed conservatively and creatively; "Set Fire To The Living", for example, is an icy slice of electro that develops into such a rich groove you can't avoid the heat. The vocal texture on "Frig", meanwhile, sounds as if the devil has been sampled himself... And wrapped around a meditative cosmic sermon that would sit well in any daring disco set. Strike a light.
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Witch Hunt (12")
Cat: TEAL 006. Rel: 03 Oct 12
  1. Witch Hunt
  2. Chase Song
Review: South London Ordnance's killer run of form continues with this release for Danish imprint TEAL. "Witch Hunt" sees him develop his canny mix of 4/4 house and swung garage dynamics, this time bringing in the mood of 90s jungle to his slow-house formula, with its churning subs and vocal skip with narcoleptic peak time stabs. The lumbering density of "Chase Song" meanwhile combines the deeper techno atmospherics of Skudge with a maelstrom of snares and rave dynamics.
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Netz Room (red vinyl 12")
Cat: NVR 003. Rel: 17 Apr 18
  1. Netz Room (5:55)
  2. Hut 6 (9:51)
  3. Netz Room (J Tijn remix) (4:25)
  4. Netz Room (Munstac remix) (6:14)
Review: Following last year's chest-pressing debut album A Music Of Sound Systems, Infrasonics scientist Spatial returns to Never Ready with two blistering originals that flex around the broken and 4/4 axis. "Netz Room" is sprung with a fractured grime aesthetic to the rhythm. Icy with just the right amount of drama, this causes commotions in all scenarios. "Hut 6" reminds us of Spatial's technoid mindset with a carefully sculpted deep hypnotic groove. Remix-wise J Tijn gets all fuzzy and broken while Munstac strips things right back and dusts off with a little timpani magic. Singular.
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Flight EP (12")
Cat: COY 014. Rel: 16 Aug 16
  1. Failed State (5:01)
  2. Mercurial (5:57)
  3. Flight (5:05)
  4. Flight (Marks remix) (4:47)
Review: Loose synthed Englishman in New York, Spokes takes Flight once more and delivers his follow-up Coyote EP to last year's "Green Eyes" with his broadest soundscape to date. Three sides to his soul, each one armed with different sense of electronic charm from the fluttering arpeggios and yearning vocal texture of "Failed State" to the plucked off-beat almost oriental wilderness of "Flight" by way of the much more rigid instrumental grime banger "Mercurial", Spokes showcases a widescreen spirit that stamps across all the most exciting electronic contexts.
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Maleza (12")
Cat: LOW 019. Rel: 12 Nov 15
  1. Maleza (3:02)
  2. Tell Me So (feat Glue Kids) (4:44)
  3. Alvaro (3:53)
  4. You Need A Friend (3:15)
  5. Ana & I (4:10)
  6. You Need A Friend (Cauto refrit) (4:45)
Review: Miguel Gil Tertre dusts off his Strand hat for some glitched-out IDM beat freakery. The title track sets the statement for the whole EP: a chaotic 8-bit brew of frenetic drums and over-layered data textures, it's instant insanity. Dig deeper for an array of weirded out compositions; the 22nd century jazz creativity of "Alvaro" and the mischievous mangled juke-meets-rave styles of "You Need A Friend" and the discordant Apparat-style stretches and bends of "Ana & I". Unique.
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Rain Cuts (12")
Cat: BLACK 004. Rel: 05 Oct 16
  1. Rainfall (intro) (2:08)
  2. Promise (3:31)
  3. White Rovers (3:46)
  4. The Calm (2:31)
  5. Honour Avenue (4:48)
  6. Think It Thru (4:03)
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Cat: BLACK 003. Rel: 01 Mar 16
  1. Strict Face - "Toxic Gunner" (4:13)
  2. Tarquin - "Back In One Piece" (3:31)
  3. Marcx - "Ride" (5:21)
  4. Grizzle - "Entreaty" (5:12)
Review: Bristol badness: Blacklink deliver another limited vinyl-only beat collection and every track's an under-the-counter creeper. Strict Fact takes Britney's finest and sullies it up with grimy stickiness, Tarquin does that jazz thing that sits somewhere between MJ Cole and Derrick Carter, Marcx gives Ciara the ride of her life while Grizzle closes the show on a pitched up Trey Songz wavey flex. Limited and not likely to see digital release.
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ONRU 001 (12")
Cat: ONRU 001. Rel: 19 Jun 18
  1. Ethos (6:55)
  2. Myst (7:12)
  3. Once (7:28)
  4. Que Sa (7:50)
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Kodiak/Translocated (hand-stamped 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: DIFF 007. Rel: 26 Apr 18
  1. Kodiak (8:06)
  2. Translocated (6:25)
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Grease (12")
Cat: GOB 022. Rel: 05 May 17
  1. Grease (Chord mix) (3:52)
  2. Foxtown (5:07)
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Thermal EP (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: BKWR 2541. Rel: 14 Nov 14
  1. Cavescape
  2. Lung (feat Lafawndah)
  3. 7:30 AM
  4. U Touch Me (feat Hoody)
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U Know Me/Warsoul (heavyweight 12" picture disc)
Cat: PETS 046. Rel: 29 Oct 14
  1. Teielte & Sonar Soul - "Saturn"
  2. Envee - "Kali"
  3. Archeo - "Warsoul (Cleansing Transients)"
  4. Innocent Sorcers - "Sweet Slang" (feat Coultrain, Black Spade & Perpetual)
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Cat: PLZ 005. Rel: 21 Dec 15
  1. Fruelingslight (5:07)
  2. Under The Sun (part 2) (4:19)
  3. Splintered (5:36)
  4. Whirligig (5:32)
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Village Elders 002 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GV 008. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Thefft & TOYC - "Atlantic" (5:51)
  2. BD1982 - "In '95" (5:04)
  3. Eighth Ruin - "Whip" (3:44)
  4. Etch - "Predator" (7:16)
Review: Green Village is a label operating out of Jersey City that deals in all manner of sounds from rugged house to scuffed up techno, but with a distinct bent towards broken rhythms and plenty of bass. This various artists 12" plies a diverse trade, with all tracks bound together by their ruffness. Theft & TOYC bring some loud and lurid bass synths to their snaking slice of oddball club music "Atlantic", while BD1982 places focus on dense layers of choppy drums and needlepoint acid arpeggios. Eighth Ruin delivers a truly head turning beat with the appropriately named "Whip", and then Etch pays tribute to a classic movie with the excellent breakbeat science of "Predator".
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  1. Maera VIP (feat Adda Kaleh)
  2. Linguis VIP
  3. The Tempest VIP (feat Adda Kaleh)
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Isbethelo Segqom (12" + MP3 download code + 3D glasses)
Cat: GQOM 005. Rel: 11 Jul 17
  1. Bridge Lase London (3:37)
  2. Ndanda Yethu (4:30)
  3. Da Power (feat Bhunu Da Deejay - main mix) (4:40)
  4. Tribute To Nomfundo (Ladlal'idark) (5:10)
  5. Baleka (Theme) (4:54)
Review: Destination Dominowe: Gqom delve deep into the craft of the 23-strong collective TLC Fam with their first full-flavoured EP. Featuring their signature vocal rhythms, hard-rolling taxi kick signature and soul-stirring Zulu arrangements, even by Gqom's broad smorgasbord standards, this one pushes new buttons. The chanting hypnosis and sudden synth salvo of "Tribute To Nomfundo", the snare-rolling, heavily percussive militant stampede "Ndanda Yethu" and the slo-mo, unhurried trippiness and smoking subs of "Bridge Lase London" are just three of the highlights you'll find here.
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No Sleep (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: IMRV 024. Rel: 26 Sep 18
  1. No Sleep (4:12)
  2. Temple (5:21)
  3. Maniac Mansion (3:44)
Review: Following up great releases by EVA808, Epoch and V.I.V.E.K, American bass imprint Innamind returns with some deep dubstep - courtesy of Utrecht's Tomas Roels, better known to us as TMSV. Moody low-end pulsations permeate the powerful opener "No Sleep", while "Temple" gets off on a more uplifting vibe with its ethereal pads, creative rhythm arrangements and hypnotic melodies. Lastly on the flip, "Maniac Mansion" proudly wears its U.K. influence on its sleeve. Following up great releases for labels like Cosmic Bridge. Artikal Music and Black Box, Roels is, well - on a roll!
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Metal (12")
Cat: CR 001. Rel: 12 Jun 17
  1. Metal (5:03)
  2. Bump
  3. Rebar
Review: He's back! Toasty, one of foundation dubstep's original contributors, returns to the bass game via the ever-evolving, ever-on-point Circadian Rhythms crew's fledgling label. "Metal" takes us right back to the coal face; steel foundry beats clanging spaciously while wafting flutes subvert the industriality of it all with a sense of murked tropicana. "Rebar" is a flex back to the early 2000s when UKG, breakbeat, grime and dubstep were all bouncing off each other where hammering breaks and a droning bass that oozes over the edges promise to cause serious damage. Finally "Bump" provides uplift and happy endings as dreamy synths soar and skippy beats swagger and stagger. Welcome back Toasty.
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Jahmoni Music meets Ruffhouse Munich (hand-numbered hand-stamped 10" limited to 100 copies)
Cat: JMRH 001. Rel: 28 Mar 18
  1. Top Shotta - "Power Reserve" (4:30)
  2. Belp - "Queen Of Darkness" (4:26)
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Cat: 180005. Rel: 15 Jun 16
  1. RPG (2:45)
  2. Man Like Me (3:03)
Review: James Blake temporarily downs tools as a melancholic sub-pop crooner to pick up close to where he left off with releases on Hemlock and Hessle Audio back in the day. For his own 1800 Dinosaur label he invites Javan St. Prix, aka grime MC Trim, to spit rhymes like "I surf waves most men drown in" over Blake-made digital vibraphone tones and syncopated, computer game basslines. On the flip, Trim, who's appeared on Keysound, Butterz and R&S in the past, dons the gloves for a second round called "Man Like Me", this time produced by Airhead who strips the melodies back for shuddering beats and strange, jingling percussion. Fresh.
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Lucid (12")
Cat: JBF 007. Rel: 23 Mar 18
  1. Lucid (5:08)
  2. Intra (4:27)
  3. Fervour (8:04)
  4. Lucid (Hodge remix) (5:03)
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Cat: NH 002. Rel: 17 Nov 15
  1. Set You Free (5:37)
  2. Headshot (3:56)
  3. Black Dog (feat Luru) (5:14)
  4. Headshot (Lokane remix) (4:38)
  5. Mass Production (7:27)
Review: Nervous Horizon co-boss TSVI takes the reins for the label's second outing and it's every bit as stark, dark and futuristic as Wallwork & RZR's debut. Sitting somewhere between Grime, dubstep and Detroit techno, each of the four originals punches with a titanium robotic first: "Set You Free" is a scratchy, rough-ended glitch stepper, "Headshot" slaps with sheet metal bass/kick shots on an industrial strength level, "Black Dog" takes the rave deep inside the molten metal wells of a steel foundry while "Mass Production" reminds us of the roots with a squat party style slice of insistent techno. For added pleasure Lokane has provided a slightly lighter (but still wholly paranoid) twist on "Headshot". Ugly.
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Played by: CLEXXS
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Rambo EP (12")
Cat: NH 007. Rel: 13 Feb 18
  1. Pull Up (4:52)
  2. Funky T (4:41)
  3. Roller (4:40)
  4. Xus Lord (with DJ JM) (4:47)
  5. Jaguar (with Wallwork) (5:34)
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3 30 EP (1-sided 12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: GDYRS 011V. Rel: 10 Dec 15
  1. Muh-D (3:12)
  2. Ibentrill (2:05)
  3. BBQ Sauce (2:05)
  4. Dalston (2:35)
  5. Cindy Wei (2:47)
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Pillow Person Remixes (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ACIWAX 17. Rel: 19 Mar 18
  1. On Your Way (Bogdan Raczynski remix)
  2. In My Game (Lechuga Zafiro remix)
  3. In My Game (IYDES remix)
  4. Go Ahead (Oliver Coates Sirius rework)
Review: Acid Waxa drew plenty of positive heat for carrying Roy Of The Ravers amongst many other respected braindancers, but now Hot Chip drummer Sarah Jones is getting the remix treatment on the label for her Pillow Person project, with some wild results. It's great to see Bogdan Raczynski back in action and bringing some gently wonked, emotional acid meanderings to "On Your Way", while Lechuga Zafiro makes an art out of aping footwork, and more specifically "Footcrab" while making it sound like someone just stubbed their toe and got stuck in a loop. IYDES however turns "In My Game" into a deconstructed but utterly bloated pop beast, and then Oliver Coates whips "Go Ahead" into a woozy, highly strung daze with billowing synths underneath Jones' vocal.
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Shelleys (12")
Cat: MSRY 009. Rel: 11 May 18
  1. Shelleys (5:13)
  2. Toys (4:04)
  3. Miasma (5:27)
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Africable (12")
Cat: BH 00212 . Rel: 06 Jul 16
  1. Luke Vibert - "Africable" (4:38)
  2. Clap! Clap! - "Kulira" (3:55)
  3. With You - "No Resistance" (5:07)
Review: Beating Heart has shared the late Hugh Tracey's archive at the International Library of African Music (ILAM) with contemporary producers and keeping in line with Tracey's vision, all proceeds will be used to assist people in the areas where the music was originally recorded. This time, Warp Records and all round UK electronica legend Luke Vibert gives us the delightful oddball groove that is "Africable", Italian DJ Clap! Clap! Gives us the African polyrhythms via Detroit high-tech soul on "Kulira" while Los Angeles duo With You give us the sublime "No Resistance". Each 1500 albums sold will feed a school of 500 forever! Support a great cause and feed your ears with some wonderful music while you're at it.
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Played by: Dj soFa
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Cloud Tech (12")
Cat: COY 021. Rel: 27 Jul 18
  1. Cloud-Tech (4:22)
  2. Sentinel (4:47)
  3. Frag/Ment (5:12)
  4. Cloud-Tech (EMMA remix) (3:44)
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Vis Viva (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: OOH 009. Rel: 29 May 18
  1. T-1000 (4:03)
  2. SPHERO 2.0 (3:45)
  3. Marbles (4:10)
  4. V25 (Jesse Osborne-Lanthier rework) (5:58)
  5. Gumbody Flash (4:36)
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Cat: CBR 030. Rel: 03 Jul 18
  1. For The New Dawn (feat Agama) (5:32)
  2. Restart (4:41)
  3. Stargazing (feat Om Unit) (9:38)
Review: Madrid's man in London Vromm has already made some resounding moves on the likes of Critical and Doc Scott's seminal 31 imprint but this could be his boldest move to date on this Cosmic Bridge debut. "For The New Age" is a powerful future soul slicker, all shiny, hopeful and sprung with jazzy flourishes, "Restart" switches to a slimline, jittering cosmic jungle aesthetic while Cosmic Bridge builder Om Unit himself taps in for a beautiful collabo finale "Stargazing". Freeform in its feel and focus, it's a near 10 minute trip that's once again tinged with a jazz mindset thanks to its heavy layers and percussive variations. Beautiful.
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Cat: TEC 099. Rel: 16 Nov 17
  1. Praying Mantis (4:29)
  2. Koto Riddim (4:29)
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Antwerp (12")
Cat: SHDTRK 001. Rel: 05 Aug 14
  1. Antwerp
  2. Lincolnshire Shuffle
Review: The freshly minted Shadowtrak label launches in style with some heavyweight 130BPM vibes from the exciting UK Bass pair up of Uprise Audio's Wayfarer and rising Londoner Kanjira. Lead track "Antwerp" is a deep-seated sub heavy roller that takes its cue from vintage jungle and the neck snapping riddims of West London's Broken Beat scene - proper early Seiji vibes on those drums. On the flip, "Lincolnshire Shuffle" takes a slinky breakbeat arrangement and gives it a rusty tribal edge that's complemented by delay laden bass lines that echo out mournfully with ominous presence.
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We Can't Have Nice Things (140 gram vinyl 12" limited to 100 copies)
Cat: DEGREY 001 . Rel: 03 Apr 17
  1. We Can't Have Nice Things (5:30)
  2. Warsaw (5:58)
  3. Exit (6:07)
Review: Webstarr first came to light back in 2014 with a deadly single on Beneath's ever-essential Mistry label, so you know that his moves in the bass music world come highly recommended. Finally coming back on the radar to kick off the De Grey label, his tough, limber productions sound stronger than ever, drawing on industrial and dub influences but framing them in a thoroughly modern context. "We Can't Have Nice Things" uses a plaintive lead that wouldn't sound out of place on a Hodge production, with roughneck drums to match, while "Warsaw" takes a swerve towards brooding techno-flavoured structures. "Exit" is arguably the strongest track here with its tightly wound, urgent rhythmic pulse sounding fit for a Livity Sound release.
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Staring At The Sun (numbered 12" in hand-stamped sleeve + MP3 download code limited to 300 copies)
Cat: SATS 001. Rel: 12 Apr 17
  1. Staring At The Sun (6:27)
  2. Full Circle (7:43)
  3. Austah (5:51)
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Carve & Gaze (180 gram vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: BD 281. Rel: 04 Aug 17
  1. Plinkz (3:55)
  2. Femme II (3:30)
  3. Blips (3:28)
  4. Cascade (4:37)
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Tempa Allstars Vol 07 (double 12")
Cat: TEMPA 094. Rel: 17 Oct 14
  1. Wen - "Push Back"
  2. Alex Coulton - "Equilibrium"
  3. Innasound - "Stepo Fourth"
  4. Batu - "Ghosted"
  5. Axh - "Nano"
  6. Perverse - "Jacobin"
Review: Tempa continue to chisel away at the bass coal face in their own unique and ultimately deep way. For "Allstars 7" they've struck some serious gold... Blisteringly hot Wen serves up a blisteringly cold roller, all bubbly drums and iced-out synths, Manchester man Alex Coulton taps into the deep tribal dub psyche with his hand drum-heavy "Equilibrium", Innasound get deep on a meditative flex, Batu gets jiggy on a steppy, jaunty trip, Axh unleashes a post-dungeon stepper with a swift and uncompromising rhythm pattern and Perverse bring us to a stark, spaced out climax with the trippy "Jacobin". Four awesome examples of future-focussed bass music, Tempa have delivered a very special document right here.
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Step 2001 (hand-stamped 1-sided 12")
Cat: BD 270. Rel: 22 Sep 15
  1. Step 2001 (3:24)
  2. Step 2001 (instrumental) (3:26)
Review: YES! We'd been waiting on this collaboration from UK start vocalist Wiley and shadowy electronic pioneer Zomby for a long time now, and it's about time it's landed on our shelves. "Step 2001" is a straight-up grime piece, a clicking, twisted groove made up of darting hi-hats and pacman sounds; you know when they say "they don't make them like they used to!"? Well, this doesn't apply here, as it's a serious head-dive back into the early noughties scene. There's also an instrumental version for maximum damage.
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 in stock $7.32
  1. Henry Wu - "Substance" (IG Culture & Alex Phountzi remix) (4:36)
  2. Son Of Scientist - "Spartan Riddim" (4:52)
  3. NameBrandSound & Sonar's Ghost - "Can't Hold It" (4:43)
  4. Alex Phountzi - "2nd Intention" (feat IG Culture & Henry Wu) (4:39)
  5. IG Culture & Seiji - "Gangz" (4:26)
Review: Bruk bastions, the CoOp collective were one of the brightest, most exciting musical movements in the early to mid 2000s with their barbed, broken soul take on bass music emanating from Plastic People playing a heavy role in the forms of contemporary house music, dubstep and all things in between. Freshly reformed since a Boiler Room comeback in 2015 and loaded with new affiliates, the ensemble, First Word proudly present their first collective EP. Ranging from the jittering soundclash bashment of "Spartan Riddim" to the sensual Bias-like harp heaven of "Can't Hold It" via the technoid stutters of "2nd Intention", this marks the start of a very exciting new chapter for the CoOp crew.
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 in stock $6.24
3024 FYE1 (12")
Cat: 3024 FYE1. Rel: 12 Oct 18
  1. Yak - "Lucid Nightmare" (5:36)
  2. Baltra - "Bensalem Owls" (4:50)
  3. Martyn - "Everything Is New" (5:19)
  4. Juniper - "Constellations In You" (7:05)
Played by: Baltra
 in stock $9.75
Cat: LOC 031. Rel: 14 Oct 16
  1. Pixel Dreams (3:44)
  2. In The Moonlight (feat Hannah Mack) (2:54)
  3. Awakening (3:25)
  4. Spirit Temple (5:39)
Review: The Yaroze Dream Suite project was first initiated in the spring of 2015, when grime experimentalists Mr Mitch and Yamaneko got together in Local Action's London studio for the first time. It was clearly time well spent, because this eponymous debut EP is packed with ear-pleasing highlights. As you might expect, there are nods to grime's eight-bit roots throughout, alongside sparse but solid, hip-hop influenced beats and synth sounds more in keeping with IDM. The undoubted standout as to be "In The Moonlight", where Hannah Mack's sweet, soulful, R&B-informed vocals ride minimalist beats, bleeping electronic melodies, and impeccably programmed synthesizer sax solos.
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 in stock $9.75
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