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Rain Temple
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Rain Temple (heavyweight clear vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: DREAM 777. Rel: 31 Oct 16
  1. Before The Rain (7:08)
  2. Eyes Of The Temple (11:33)
  3. Lost In A Dream (7:25)
  4. Guided By Love (10:06)
  5. Transference (8:03)
  6. This Body (9:17)
  7. Contact (8:48)
  8. Inside The Sphere (8:13)
Rain Temple
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Cat: DREAM 777CD. Rel: 31 Oct 16
  1. Before The Rain
  2. Eyes Of The Temple
  3. Lost In A Dream
  4. Guided By Love
  5. Transference
  6. This Body
  7. Contact
  8. Inside The sphere
Truant aka One/Two
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Cat: HDB 069. Rel: 17 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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Woo Right EP
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Cat: UTTU 38. Rel: 03 Mar 14
  1. The Heaviest Elements
  2. Fast Times At Long Island City High
  3. Woo Right
  4. Adverbs & Adjectives
Review: Whether it's under the Black Deer or Willie Burns guise, it's fair to say that the cantankerous radio host, swimming instructor, producer, DJ and record buyer for The Thing known as William Burnett was responsible for any number of our favourite releases in recent times. Last seen indulging in some early 90s Mid Western style Acid Techno for The Trilogy Tapes, the latest Slab of Burns goodness comes from a label he's not previously graced. Unknown To The Unknown is however every bit as prolific as the producer, with DJ Haus issuing a veritable clutch of records in 2013 from the likes of Photonz, Slackk, Legowelt and DJ Stingray. A meeting of minds makes sense then, and the Woo Right EP is set to drop at the end of the month brandishing four tracks of SP1200 blessed hazy house music straight from the Willie Burns mould.
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Blurse
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Blurse (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: SALP 003. Rel: 28 Sep 15
  1. Comb (4:06)
  2. The Windrunner (4:17)
  3. Down & Out (3:53)
  4. Low Roof (4:34)
  5. Watery Drumming (4:03)
  6. Heimweh (3:29)
  7. Flippant Remark (4:16)
  8. Identity Switch (3:44)
  9. Loop #42 (3:59)
  10. Stranded (4:02)
  11. Loop #33 (4:04)
  12. A Form Of Love (2:35)
Double Cup
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Double Cup (2xLP)
Cat: HDBLP 020. Rel: 02 Dec 13
  1. Feelin (feat Spinn & Taso)
  2. Show U How (feat Spinn)
  3. Pass That Shit (feat Spinn & Taso)
  4. She A Go (feat Spinn & Taso)
  5. Only One (feat Spinn & Taso)
  6. Everyday Of My Life (feat DJ Phil)
  7. I Don't Give A Fuck
  8. Double Cup (feat Spinn)
  9. Drank, Kush, Barz (feat Spinn)
  10. Reggie
  11. Acid Bit (feat Addison Groove)
  12. Leavin (feat Manny)
  13. Let U No (feat Spinn)
  14. I'm Too Hi (feat Earl)
Review: With his stock as a producer ever rising since footwork veritably invaded the wider electronic music world, DJ Rashad serves up another potent brew of high tempo sample daggering for Hyperdub after choice LPs for the likes of Lit City Trax and Ghettophiles in the past. There's a smooth quality to many of the tracks on offer here as Rashad gets ever more intimate with synthesis in his tracks, the tender chords on a track such as "Only One" softening out the edges of the rapid fire vocal triggering. It's not all sweetness and light, with the title track whipping up a nod to the raw nastiness of old Dance Mania with its farting bassline in the lead in to the track. Either way, across fourteen tracks you get a real feel for where one of the leading lights of the footwork scene is at.
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Waterfall
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Waterfall (12")
Cat: TRIANGLE 22. Rel: 31 Mar 14
  1. Salt Carousel
  2. Fuck Idol
  3. Propeller
  4. Waterfall
Review: Music from the young Joshua Leary has been sporadic since he emerged on a wave of YouTube hype at the tail end of 2011, with only the Kings and Them mixtape and this year's one-sided Duga-3release on Record Store Day, but given he received a production credit on Kanye West's Yeezus album last year his relative silence can be forgiven. As such the Waterfall EP represents perhaps Leary's first proper release, and it shows that he has come a long way since the early days of his career. Containing four tracks that bridge the gap between jungle, hip hop and ambient music, Waterfall is both delicate and savage in equal measure, especially on the closing title track, where plaintive piano and semi-automatic snares collide to thrilling effect.
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Midnight Colour
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Cat: ZIQ 272LP. Rel: 07 Jun 10
  1. Neon Arc
  2. Talis
  3. Moon Bow
  4. Babel
  5. Sub Giant
  6. Black & White
  7. Strangelove VIP
  8. Moment In Blue
  9. Heliopause
  10. Midnight Colour
  11. Infinite
  12. Restless Tundra (feat Anneka)
Review: Following on from his debut artist album Cyclical in 2008, Brighton based producer, Ital Tek brings us his sophomore outing, Midnight Colour on the highly respected Planet Mu imprint. Kicking off with "Neon Arc" - a deliciously fuzzy broody number, with a nod to the Joker-style 'Bristol Sound' in the synths - it's a promising start to what soon unfolds into a magnificent album. Moving through the melodic, reflective Mount Kimbie style "Talis" with its evocatively drawn dripping and chiming, and hollow textured soundscape, to the more abrasive "Moonbow" and "Babylon", it's easy to see why Ital Tek has garnered such a reputation for himself in such a short time. Midnight Colour picks up on the sound that has come to define Ital Tek, taking the whole 'post-dubstep' tip to new lengths, weaving 2-stepping garage rhythms round sonic textures with plenty of moody atmospheric melancholy.
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Oh No
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Oh No (LP)
Cat: HDBLP 030. Rel: 23 May 16
  1. New Ogi (2:18)
  2. VV Violence (3:57)
  3. Never Enough (4:22)
  4. I Talk BB (3:59)
  5. Going Somewhere (4:30)
  6. It Means I Love You (4:35)
  7. Vivica (4:01)
  8. Oh No (4:39)
  9. Begins (4:02)
  10. Could Be U (3:38)
Review: Frequent Jeremy Greenspan and Morgan Geist collaborator Jessy Lanza was hailed as a future star on the release of her 2013 debut album, Pull My Hair Back. That album projected her as some kind of New York freestyle chanteuse dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century, backed by an all-electronic band fascinated with the potential of future R&B and left-of-centre synth-pop. This belated follow-up, which was once again produced in cahoots with Jeremy Greenspan, is even better. Colourful, vibrant and attractive, the ten songs are truthful to their '80s NYC inspirations, but smartly avoid the pitfalls of such blatant retro-futurism. In other words, it's a superb collection of future R&B and pop gems.
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Cold Mission
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Cat: LDN 042. Rel: 16 Dec 13
  1. Menace
  2. Stasis Jam
  3. Surface Area (main mix)
  4. Cold Mission
  5. Seawolf
  6. Alien Shapes (feat Dusk & Blackdown)
  7. E3 Night Flight
Review: Despite first surfacing on a split release with former Kowton alias Narcossist on Mindset back in 2008, there has been just a faint murmur of activity from James 'Logos' Parker since then, but now he comes correct with a long player on Keysound that should turn a healthy amount of heads with its ostentatious mixture of found sound, celestial synth work and grimy bass acrobatics. While that might sound like a difficult mixture to fathom, when filtered through the minimalist gauze that Parker has employed as an arrangement device it comes off some truly immersive music. There are nods to video games in some of the samples that crop up, whilst all manner of audacious sounds get repositioned as rhythmic devices, but the primary focus here is on tense atmospheres lingering in a suspended animation between different forms of 21st century music. It's sci-fi music of the highest order, and as such is highly recommended.
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Played by: Shiftee, Mumdance
The Crystal Cowboy
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Cat: ZIQ 361. Rel: 27 Apr 15
  1. Watch A Man Die (3:43)
  2. Time Machine (3:42)
  3. Angel Flesh (3:52)
  4. Green Technique (3:19)
  5. Wolves (4:46)
  6. Hyena (1:12)
  7. The Crystal Cowboy (4:55)
  8. Onyx (feat Le1f) (2:49)
  9. The Hatchet (5:25)
  10. Blueberry Fields (4:19)
  11. Sykle (4:57)
Review: Drew Lustman has gone back to basics on this latest full length excursion, dropping his now familiar Falty DL moniker for a set that Planet Mu claims was made "free of conceptual constraints". In some ways, it's a smart move. The Crystal Cowboy is effectively Lustman at his most playful and dancefloor focused, eschewing the impressive, far-reaching complexities of his Falty DL work in favour of straight-up dancefloor jams - and occasionally dreamy IDM workouts - that pay tribute to the halcyon days of British hardcore, early jungle and 'intelligent techno'. This freedom seems to have brought the best out of Lustman, who has shameless delivered the sort of set guaranteed to put smiles on listeners' faces.
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Chimes
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Chimes (12")
Cat: WAP 370. Rel: 29 Sep 14
  1. Chimes
  2. Brainwave
  3. King Kong Beaver
  4. Chimes (Gammer re-edit)
Review: What a year it's been for Warp. So far in 2014, other than Aphex Twin's Syro, the label has released music from Squarepusher, Oneohtrix Point Never and Jackson & His Computer Band to Plaid, Nightmares On Wax and Rustie - with another album by Clark forthcoming. Now one of Glasgow's most colourful producers (check out the cover art), Hudson Mohawke returns to home base with his first official release since the Satin Panthers EP. As usual there's a kaleidoscope of sounds to be heard on Chimes alongside hip hop beats, footwork skitters and gangster 'woof' vocals, and if "Joy Fantastic" from Butter is a Hud Mo fav, then "King Kong Beaver" should fill you with hope that a follow up LP is on the way.
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Ignore EP
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Ignore EP (12")
Cat: HDB 067. Rel: 26 Nov 12
  1. Ignore (Yas I Did) (feat Tilz)
  2. Find It
Love Songs: Part Two
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Cat: ZENCD 234. Rel: 14 Nov 16
  1. Who To Love? (1:30)
  2. All Night (1:30)
  3. Je T'aime (1:30)
  4. Honey (1:30)
  5. Come Close To Me (1:30)
  6. Don't Stop (1:30)
  7. Who Loves You? (1:30)
  8. L.U.V (1:30)
  9. New Love (1:30)
  10. My Last Affair (1:30)
Review: Archie 'Romare' Fairhurst is a productive chap. This sophomore album appears barely 12 months after his acclaimed debut full-length, Projections. It sees him revisiting a theme first explored on 2013's Love Songs: Part One EP on Black Acre. According to the press release, it's a musical journey through affairs of the heart, moving from the gentle sensuality of melodious beat jam "Who Do You Love", to the sexually-charged dancefloor thrills of restless house cut "New Love", via the gooey-eyed spooning electronica of "L.U.V", and the sweaty, post-punk disco blues of stand-out "All Night". As usual, it's tricky to pin down musically - Fairhurst has always had a thing for darting between sounds and styles at will - but is immaculately produced and hugely entertaining.
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Lemonade
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Lemonade (12")
Cat: NMBRS 34. Rel: 11 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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Mambos Levis D'Outro Mundo
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VARIOUS
Cat: CDP 015. Rel: 22 Aug 16
  1. DJ Nunex & DJ Famifox - "Intro Ludhiana"
  2. DJ Cirofox - "Moments"
  3. DJ Lycox - "Dor Do Koto"
  4. DJ Danifox - "Dorme Bem" (feat Deejay Ary)
  5. DJ TL - "Deep House"
  6. DJ Lilocox - "La Party"
  7. DJ Marfox - "Swaramgami"
  8. DJ Firmeza - "Tungada Rija"
  9. K30 - "Hora Do FL"
  10. Niagara - "Alexandrino"
  11. Nidia Minaj - "Festive"
  12. DJ Nigga Fox - "Lua"
  13. Dadifox - "What Percusion"
  14. Babaz Fox & DJ Bebedeira - "Tarraxei No Box"
  15. DJ Maboku - "Ruba Soldja"
  16. DJ Safari - "Tempo Do Xakazulu"
  17. Puto Anderson - "Domingo De Paz"
  18. Puto Marcio - "Nao Queiras Ser"
  19. Ninoo & Wayne - "Cabrito"
  20. Puto Adriano - "Estilo Underground"
  21. DJ Nervoso - "Lunga Lunga"
  22. DJ Adifox - "Penso Em Ti"
  23. Blacksea Nao Maya - "Melodias Radicas"
Review: Over the last couple of years, Lisbon label Principe has done a terrific job in showcasing the hard-to-pigeonhole fusion sounds of the city's Afro-Portuguese dance scene. Mambos Levis D'Outro Mundo, the stylish imprint's first compilation, does a terrific job in emphasizing their anything-goes, globally-mind style. Containing cuts from rising stars such as Niagara and DJ Nigga Fox, as well as a swathe of hot tracks from lesser-known lights of the Lisbon scene, the compilation's 23-tracks giddily meld throbbing sub-bass and dense, Afro-influenced rhythms, with bubblinbg electronics, humid vocal chants, and all manner of American and British influences. As a result, it hits home hard, delivering the kind of electric, thrill-a-minute dance music that's devilishly difficult to pin down.
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Played by: Savile, Etch
Keysound Recordings presents Certified Connections
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VARIOUS
Cat: LDN 050. Rel: 01 Dec 14
  1. Parris - "Pressure"
  2. Aphix - "Sin King"
  3. Caski - "Tunnel Music"
  4. Etch - "Champion Dancehall"
  5. Wen - "It's Alot"
  6. Balistiq Beats - "Rise The Machine" (feat Riko - Sully remix - Yardman riddim)
  7. Murlo - "Broken Arrow"
  8. DLVRY - "Guilt"
Review: Always committed to providing a platform to the boundary pushers in the London bassweight continuum, Keysound serves up another choice collection that draws on regular contributors and fresh faces for a range of styles that all hang together neatly under the Keysound banner. Logos provides a little ambient reflection, while label bosses Dusk + Blackdown head into stripped down malice on "Wot Do You Mean?! (Dub)". Wen is even more minimalistic on "It's A Lot", while Facta eschews his usual punchy fare for a lilting melodic piece entitled "Quince". Ballistiq Beats gets a tidy garage re-rub from Sully, and Etch drifts off into dreamlike breakbeat. At every turn this compilation oozes class, showing there's much more to all these artists than straight up sub-busters.
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Staring At The Sun
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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: 17 Apr 17
  1. Staring At The Sun (6:27)
  2. Full Circle (7:43)
  3. Austah (5:51)
Brasil World Cup 2034
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Brasil World Cup 2034 (yellow cassette limited to 100 copies)
Cat: DREAM 129. Rel: 31 Oct 16
  1. Golazo (4:23)
  2. Um Jugo (4:59)
  3. Casa De Deus (5:08)
  4. Tangibilidade (5:28)
  5. Invasion Of The Venezuelans (feat Putaliscious) (3:02)
  6. Heatwave (4:45)
  7. Favela (feat HKE) (4:10)
  8. Danca Dos Diabos (4:06)
  9. Chuva (4:11)
Tokyo Restricted Area
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Cat: DREAM 124. Rel: 31 Oct 16
  1. Plated City (3:59)
  2. Forbidden Place (3:49)
  3. Track 3 (4:00)
  4. Genius Loci (2:32)
  5. Refoulement (3:34)
  6. Targeted Solitude (4:34)
  7. Ominous Memories (3:14)
  8. Crack (2:59)
  9. We Need Ghost (3:47)
  10. Hidden In Concrete (3:34)
  11. I Had So Many Names (3:15)
  12. Trapped (4:30)
  13. Disintegration (2:44)
With Love
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With Love (3xLP + MP3 download code)
4AD
Cat: CAD 3305. Rel: 17 Jun 13
  1. As Darkness Falls
  2. Ascension
  3. Horrid
  4. If I Will
  5. Isis
  6. It's Time
  7. Memories
  8. Orion
  9. Overdose
  10. Pray For Me
  11. Rendezvous
  12. The Things You Do
  13. This One
  14. Vanishment
  15. VI-XI
  16. VxV
  17. 777
  18. Black Rose
  19. Digital Smoke
  20. Entropy Sketch
  21. Glass Ocean
  22. How To Ascend
  23. I Saw Golden Light
  24. Pyrex Nights (feat Last Japan)
  25. Quickening
  26. Reflection In Black Glass
  27. Shiva
  28. Soliloquy
  29. Sphinx
  30. Sunshine In November
  31. Vast Emptiness
  32. White Smoke
  33. With Love
Review: The original enfant terrible of the bass music world marks his second long player for 4AD with a sprawling opus of more than 30 skits and skirmishes daubed in his trademark colourful sonic scrawl. There is plenty here that reminds you of the early days of the producer's emergence when dubstep was a younger beast, from the spacious "Horrid" to the measured arpeggios of "Pray For Me", but you'll also find more intricate musings such as the dynamic and dramatic "Memories". Hype abounds on the creepy Funky of "VI-XI", while "Overdose" launches enthusiastically into a jungle tear out. At any given turn, you'll find yourself surprised, lurched from a serene mood into a manic one, only to be tempered again. There's a staggering range of ideas and styles to comprehend here, but would you want it any other way from one of electronic music's most outspoken upstarts?
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