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Singles
1 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: PRETTYSNEAKY 01. Rel: 13 Mar 17
  1. Track 1 (8:08)
  2. Track 2 (9:24)
Played by: Flori, M50, Shine Grooves
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Cat: WAP 350. Rel: 08 Nov 13
  1. Make A Livin'
  2. Fabulous Fred
  3. Jack
  4. Natty
Review: Pritchard's contemporary jungle joint has been on heavy rotation since the festival season, and it's not hard to see why. Jumping and jittering around 20th Century Steel Band's 'everyone's got to make a living' sample, it screams at the past, present and future in equal measure. Elsewhere he conjures up the ghosts of LFO on "Fabulous Fred", we get all frenetic and footwork on "Jack" while "Natty" brings us full circle with a subversive amen-heavy jungle basher. Some of us work in an office to make a living. Some of us drive a van. Mark Pritchard, however, makes seriously next level sounds.
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Ghosts (12")
Cat: WAP 341. Rel: 21 Jun 13
  1. Manabadman (feat Spikey Tee)
  2. Ghosts
  3. Duppies
  4. Get Wyld
Review: In a rich and varied career thus far, collaborations and pseudonyms have characterised the multi faceted work of Mark Pritchard with Troubleman, Global Communication, Africa Hi-Tech and Harmonic 313 just four that spring to mind. No more it seems, as Pritchard aligns on Warp for a series of 12" releases under his given name that look to include all facets of his sonic palette in the lead up to a full album. The four track Ghosts 12" kicks this exciting phase off; The A Side pairs the ragga bruk styles of "Manabadman" with the hyper-kinetic footwork-Dtown Techno hybridity of the title track, whilst on the flip "Duppies" is a mammoth duel between 'ardcore sonics and Juke rhythmics - watch out for that bassline!! Final cut "Get Wyld" winds down the mood for a thuggish Dystopian half step finish.
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A Badman Sound (limited 12")
Cat: WAP 390. Rel: 07 Apr 17
  1. Mark Pritchard - "A Badman Sound" (4:22)
  2. Bibio - "Heath Town" (5:03)
  3. Clark - "Inf Inf Inf Inf" (4:50)
Played by: Soul Intent
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Cat: DREAMEATER 001. Rel: 19 Sep 17
  1. Proc Fiskal - "Come Here" (4:38)
  2. Charlux - "Riposte" (5:17)
  3. Nights - "Conflict" (4:42)
  4. Dr Hugo - "Warrior" (5:36)
  5. Polonis - "Slice Roll 3" (3:58)
  6. Sir Hiss - "Blood Diamond" (3:58)
Review: This debut release from the Dream Eater label is little less than a statement of intent. It features cuts from no less than six members of the extended crew crammed onto one action-packed 12". Proc Fiskal kicks things off with the thursting sub-bass, cut-up hip-hop yelps and full-throttle grime beats of "Come Here", before Charlux shows his melodious side on the jaunty goodness of "Riposte". There's some ghostly synths and aggressive grooves from Nights, a deep dive into sparse and heavy dubstep territory from Dr Hugo, and a touch of glacial, post-grime brilliance from Polonis. Best of all, though, is Sir Hiss's "Blood Diamond", which effortlessly underpins marimba style melodies with a punchy, post-dubstep beat.
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Pseudopolis EP (hand-stamped 12" + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: RED 001. Rel: 15 Nov 17
  1. At Last (4:58)
  2. Tracer (6:29)
  3. We Can All Groove (7:46)
Review: New label Radstone Press comes not from the decaying post-industrial cities of the North, or even bass music's spiritual home of London, but rather the wild and windy Highlands of Scotland. This is particularly surprising given the ballsy, warehouse-friendly sounds of this debut 12" by up-and-coming producer Pseudopolis. A-side "At Last" is a deliciously heavy broken garage assault that flits between dreamy, synth-heavy, saucer-eyed breakdowns and rumbling, sub-heavy percussive sections. Over on side B, "Tracer" brilliant combines scattergun drum hits, bombastic sub-bass and trippy late night riffs, while "We Can All Groove" fixes the ghostly electronics and dub-influenced percussion hits of early bleep techno with the hazy, head-nodding bump of vintage dub house.
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Played by: Debukas, Ryan Clover
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Dream State (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: MH 001. Rel: 17 Oct 17
  1. Dream State (5:02)
  2. Simian (6:51)
Review: With strong stripes from hosting some of Melbourne's most on-point system parties, Modern Hypnosis level up to label territory with this powerful double-A from New Zealand's Pugilist. "Dream State" sits somewhere between UKG, deep house and dub with its breezy pads, rolling 140 momentum, swinging step and purring subs while the 125-style "Simian" is an 81-esque fusion of minimal, tribal breakbeats, groaning depth plunges and far-away alien textures. It's been a strong year for Pugilist post-Perverse, the honour of launching this exciting new label is yet another impressive reminder why.
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Swimming Slow (purple vinyl 12")
Cat: KCMTLP 800. Rel: 13 Mar 14
  1. Swimming Slow (Throwing Snow remix)
  2. Swimming Slow (Gang Colours remix)
  3. Swimming Slow (Sweater Beats remix)
  4. Swimming Slow (Citizen remix)
  5. Swimming Slow (original mix)
Review: London singer Py lays down her darkest, most reflective vocals to date on this smoky, electronic lullaby. Coming across with a touch of Massive Attack, it showcases Py's versatility on a whole new level. Remix-wise past collaborator Throwing Snow unleashes a gritty, industrial strength warehouse version, Gang Colours get all Balearic with a lolloping beat, drifting keys and woozy guitars, Sweater Beats experiment with classic electro ingredients and contemporary dynamics while slap down a bold reverberated 4/4 idea. Each remix writes a whole new chapter for an already exciting book where Py plays the consummate lead role.
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Cat: HDB 106. Rel: 27 Jan 17
  1. Resonate 3 (3:31)
  2. The Fairies' Homecoming (4:11)
  3. Yatagarasu (3:47)
  4. Digital Lotus Flower (4:11)
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Cat: LEGS 005. Rel: 03 Sep 14
  1. In All My Days (original mix)
  2. In All My Days (Maddslinky Underwater dub)
  3. In All My Days (Imami remix)
Review: Bristol label Crazylegs seem to be gaining traction as West Country brethren to London label Local Action, and hopefully this delayed fifth 12" (cheers RSD) from Tommy Rawson will see this rise continue. Available digitally since late June, "All My Days" is clearly geared as something of a summer cut by the label, a Motown leaning house production that falls in line with Rawson's prior output for the prolific Local Talk label. It's complemented well by remixes from Maddslinky and Imani that pull the track in vastly differing directions, as all good reworks should! The Underwater Dub from Dave Slinky takes the track into dark broken territory, whilst Imani's contribution is a real thing of beauty. Rawson's original is barely recognisable, it's various elements mutated into a drum heavy exercise in future boogie.
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Revlux EP (12")
Cat: CT 001. Rel: 16 Sep 17
  1. Total Recall (5:31)
  2. Fuck Air Canada (5:27)
  3. Catloop 7 (2:02)
  4. Hos Gana (5:49)
  5. What Unprecedented (1:49)
  6. Catloop50 (2:30)
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  1. Pessimist - "Empty House" (RT Choppage mix) (5:55)
  2. Rhythmic Theory - "Outlawed From Reality" (5:37)
  3. Rhythmic Theory - "Cyclic Motion" (5:38)
  4. Rhythmic Theory - "Rachael's Theme" (7:39)
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Cat: TNS 024. Rel: 25 Aug 17
  1. Sleeping Rough (7:01)
  2. Trying To Sleep (remix) (7:18)
  3. Trying Not To Sleep (remix) (6:51)
Played by: Adam Shelton
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  1. Rodhad - "Blacksmith" (5:34)
  2. Vatican Shadow - "Desert Father" (Modeselektor edit) (4:00)
  3. Kasper Marott - "Metaxas Carnival" (Tandoori Voodoo mixx) (6:13)
  4. Fadi Mohem - "Endless Version" (3:55)
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Windbreaker Riddim (limited 12")
Cat: BYR 006. Rel: 20 Apr 18
  1. Windbreaker Riddim (4:32)
  2. Warming (4:21)
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Cat: CRAM 277. Rel: 11 Dec 17
  1. Sheyaka (3:15)
  2. Asly (3:16)
  3. Seeb Nafsak (5:42)
  4. Tany Tany (4:04)
  5. Baby (2:57)
  6. Aseel (4:19)
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Cat: ZIQ 366. Rel: 02 Dec 16
  1. The Ultimate (4:09)
  2. Bang To The Funk (2:27)
  3. The King (4:47)
  4. What Am I? (4:24)
  5. Bu'Moon (2:44)
  6. Electric Energy (5:29)
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Cat: GCA 007. Rel: 08 Dec 17
  1. Major Turn Up (5:31)
  2. Bounce Back (5:19)
  3. No Mercy (5:08)
  4. As'Jableni (feat TD Snaxx) (6:39)
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Triadzz (12")
Cat: NMBRS 30. Rel: 17 Apr 13
  1. Triadzz
  2. Slasherr
Review: Have a word! Rustie's added a wily, technicolour body-slamming recipe to the trap cookbook. The result? A full-throttle audio rainbow but instead of a pot of gold sitting pretty at the end, there's massive bucket of bass. Heaviness doesn't begin to describe its visceral nature. "Slasherr", meanwhile, sees more classic Rustie theatrics - all halfstep and warped and twisted, as its title suggests, it will indeed tear your floor apart.
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Cat: KIOSK 41. Rel: 25 Sep 17
  1. Magic Tricks (3:44)
  2. Favourite Leeway (3:48)
  3. Abel Meeropol - "Strange Fruit" (Sa Bat' Machines & Tam Ly version) (3:56)
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Cat: YT 163T. Rel: 22 Dec 17
  1. Plastic 100 Celsius (Batu remix) (6:59)
  2. Incomplete Kisses (Bambounou remix) (4:10)
  3. Blood On Me (Parris Dream Sequence mix) (6:03)
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HOS 015 (12")
Cat: HOS 015. Rel: 03 Mar 17
  1. Scalade & Nights - "Stasis" (4:15)
  2. Charlux - "Chanel Handbag" (3:32)
  3. Fresh Paul - "Janet Again" (3:44)
  4. J-One - "The Fever" (4:51)
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Warlord (hand-numbered 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: TMS 003. Rel: 02 Aug 17
  1. Warlord (4:32)
  2. Warlord (Ikonika remix) (3:32)
  3. Cheap Food (5:07)
  4. Cheribibownsken (feat Infinite livez) (4:09)
Review: Schockglatze is a long standing collaboration between artists working across several disciplines. With audio-visual performances, band projects and international exhibitions thus far, they have been causing a stir within the art and music worlds. Spank has already collaborated with a range of acclaimed vocalists, including Warrior Queen, Sensational and Christoph Waltz. As a competent producer, he forms the solid basis for the studio productions of Schockglatze. Nik Nowak has attracted international attention with his mobile sound sculptures and worked with Chicago footwork pioneers like (the late) DJ Rashad and DJ Spinn as well as Kevin Martin aka The Bug. Graphic artist, VJ and video director Moritz Stumm aka Ultramoodem brings to the project an 'inimitable rhythmicity' while creating a singular technique of audio-visual effects: the aesthetic of which has become a signature style of the collective.
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Mirrors (180 gram 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: PRF 002. Rel: 27 Apr 18
  1. Mirrors (feat Alis) (4:50)
  2. Can Of Worms (3:58)
  3. Wipeout (4:47)
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Cat: NH 006. Rel: 13 Dec 16
  1. Spin Cycle (6:51)
  2. Critters (6:20)
  3. Sludge 3D (6:34)
Review: Rounding up another year of dark experiments, Nervous Horizon invite Second Storey to bring 2016 to the warped, wrangled close it deserves. Hot on the heels of his "Bismuth" EP and Appleblim collaborations come three more adventures in pastures unclaimed: "Spin Cycle" is a grainy, decaying hypnosis loop, "Critters" is the type of two-step the devil dances to while "Sludge 3D" is a pounding slab of lo-fi fuzzy techno that unravels into a brilliantly trippy drum arrangement. Three tracks, three tales, one Storey.
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  1. Fight For Us (Prins Thomas Diskomiks) (8:19)
  2. Loosen Up (Edward remix) (9:49)
Review: We're really glad to see Praveen and Travis 'Machinedrum' Stewart back on the scene and on Hotflush Recordings. The duo are always a pleasure to hear, and especially if they are accompanied by two heavy-hitters like Prins Thomas and Giegling/White associate Edward. The two producers each have a go at remising tunes from Sepalcure's latest album Folding Time, and they just seem like the perfect duo to mix things up in and proper. Norway's disco king Prins Thomas transforms "Fight For Us" into a lazy, beach-ready disco swelter with a poppy edge that seems to sway between balearic and boogie; Giegling's deep house experimenter Edward goes a little bit wilder by reshaping "Loosen Up" into shuffle house banger with a supremely off-kiter edge.
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Busy Block (12")
Cat: ACXXX 01. Rel: 20 Nov 14
  1. Busy Block
  2. Camden Paranoia
  3. Severian
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Cat: TMS 005. Rel: 24 Jan 18
  1. Visions (4:08)
  2. Amadoda (feat Sho Madjozi) (3:55)
  3. Dancing Doubts (4:34)
  4. Heart Burns (5:24)
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Emerge From Smoke (limited black & white vinyl 7")
Cat: TRUE 108. Rel: 13 May 15
  1. Emerge From Smoke (4:43)
  2. Ode 2 Tha Whip (4:55)
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Cat: EXPLO 002. Rel: 06 Oct 16
  1. Coral Fields (3:32)
  2. Dream Flip II (4:02)
  3. April In March (4:06)
  4. Eighty Two (4:51)
  5. Hgshlnd (4:31)
  6. Altitude (3:55)
  7. Paper Planes (4:08)
  8. Andromeda (3:58)
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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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Cat: WSDM 005. Rel: 24 Mar 17
  1. Simo Cell - "Symmetry" (6:57)
  2. Don't DJ - "Ubergang Zur Metrotram" (7:25)
  3. K-Lone - "Woniso" (8:03)
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Afterlife (12")
Cat: NC 003. Rel: 20 Apr 17
  1. Afterlife (7:20)
  2. Mantis (5:10)
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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: Soft Rocks
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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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Bipp (12")
Cat: NMBRS 26. Rel: 19 Jun 13
  1. Bipp
  2. Elle
Review: Whilst Bipp has arrived out of nowhere, the fact vaguely mysterious UK producer Sophie is releasing on Glaswegian label Numbers should not come as a surprise. Numbers figurehead Jackmaster has been a fan of Sophie's music for a while, caning that Auntie Flo remix from last year and providing an official dub version Sophie's ubiquitous Huntleys & Palmers release "Nothing More To Say". With a clear mastery of dancefloor sounds filled with vivid colour, Sophie's Numbers debut makes even more sense given the label's last hyperactive release from Rustie. Lead track "Bipp" sounds like 90s diva house mangled and applied to a trap template, whilst "Elle" swings with a drunken sizzurp swagger.
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Lemonade (12")
Cat: NMBRS 34. Rel: 06 Aug 14
  1. Lemonade
  2. Hard
Review: Proving that a track doesn't have to be lengthy and laborious experience, SOPHIE comes bowling up to Numbers with a second dose of rapid fire neon-lit madness to get heads a-spinning while marking another step towards a full-blown J-pop-meets-electronica zeitgeist. As singular as his approach is, you can hear how the beats powering SOPHIE's tracks reach out to bass weight ravers and teeny boppers alike. "Lemonade" is positively cheeky in its deployment of catchy hooks, garish choruses and occasional bursts of monstrous bass, sounding utterly futuristic in its vision of where chart-minded dance music might well head. "Hard" takes a more obtuse approach that actually seems to distil some of Plaid's starry-eyed melodic wonder and Aphex Twin's Drukqs-era sound design, while the lyrics nod to S&M in the most sinisterly cartoonish way possible. As such, it's a triumphant collision of styles and ideas.
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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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  2. Promise (3:31)
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