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New releases last eight weeks: Bass

Bass vinyl released in the last four weeks
Items 1 to 38 of 38 on page 1 of 1
Flora Resonantia
Flora Resonantia (limited 12")
Cat: TRULE 023. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Hedera (6:30)
Oxalis (6:09)
Aquilegia (6:44)
Paeonia (5:35)
Review: As Trule approaches the occasion of its 25th EP, Alpi is given the nod to take care of a sublime new four-tracker. This is an EP of stylish and subversive techno that is meticulously designed and all named after plants. The rhythms are suggestive rather than in your face but never fail to lock you in while you gaze at the fresh synths and unusual sound designs all around. 'Hedera' is first up and floats on air with skittish hits and detuned chords, then 'Oxalis' slows to a crawl that melts the mind. 'Aquilegia' has a sub-aquatic dub techno feel and 'Paeonia' is a double-time stepper.
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Obelisk (12")
Cat: SSPB 025. Rel: 05 Oct 23
Dance Skeleton Dance
Bassline Conga
Hope It Gets Better
Without U
Staircase (Toumba remix)
 in stock $15.76
SWGGN (limited 12")
Cat: SMM 0000103. Rel: 13 Nov 23
SWGGN (Big Hands) (6:31)
SWGGN (Banishsh OP) (4:04)
SWGGN (Banishsh 55) (3:26)
Review: Prolific under a variety of different aliases between them, Italian artists Big Hands and Banishsh continue to push the limits on the latter's new SM000 imprint. Sitting right on the edge of a variety of genre hinterlands, there are notes of jungle, dub, techno and IDM running throughout. Big Hands' 'SWGGN' vibes with the most upbeat feeling and flow while Banishsh's 'OP' version hits with much more of a dancehall bounce and sense of bass tension and the '55' deconstructs and dubs things out even more. Stark behaviours.
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 in stock $16.04
Neither Curve Nor Edge
Neither Curve Nor Edge (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: CARRIER 001. Rel: 18 Oct 23
Into The Habit (5:19)
Shading (6:07)
Still So (7:05)
The Motions (5:16)
Review: Guy Brewer is one of those artists who seems to make gold no matter the alias or stylistic intent. He has previously succeed as both one half of legendary drum & bass duo Commix and also moody techno purist Shifted. Now he is freeing himself of those purism shackles as Carrier and has started his own self titled label to do so. He means business from the off here with 'Into The Habit' a melange of busted rhythms and caustic textures and 'Shading' exploring minimalist drum programming and dramatic synthscapes. The combination of the light and the dark, the heavy with the more deft is intriguing once more on the loopy clatter of 'Still So' while closer 'The Motions' suspends you in some pensive pads while fizzing bursts of noise bring some texture.
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Well Of Sand
Cat: MIST 007. Rel: 31 Oct 23
Command D - "Half Blue" (Violet mix) (5:03)
DYL - "PJ2" (5:21)
Beats Unlimited - "Burn Your Theremin" (6:12)
Foreign Material - "The Living Planet" (6:42)
Tammo Hesselink - "Petse" (5:29)
Third Space - "Push" (part 2) (5:33)
Review: Sure Thing presents Well of Sand, its second compilation. Six tracks from the label's friends and favourites, each new to the roster, offer bold, untempered explorations of tempo and weight, a concise yet expansive collection recalling the deliberate cadence of rippling sand and the sheen of shimmering oases. From Command D's subtly groundswelling, but snappy 'Half Blue (Violet Mix)', to Foreign Material's alarmingly alien 'The Living Planet' and Third Space's supremely stereoized, lowercase opus 'Push (Part 2)', this is a release for that large intersection of audiophiles and techno-philes.
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Played by: Tom Drew, Rave Energy
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On My Way
On My Way (12")
Cat: INSTINCT 28. Rel: 27 Nov 23
On My Way (5:15)
Don't Stop Now (4:40)
Find Da Cure (5:46)
Extender (4:50)
Review: DJ Crisps is starting to make some handy garage moves after a couple of various artists' appearances and a fine EP on Time Is Now Germany in July. Now they link up with Oldboy who appeared on Burnski's other label Vivid back in 2022. As you should expect these are four hardcore and rudely garage cuts with plenty of swagger, naughty samples and bass-face potential. 'On My Way' is the standout with its shuffling one-two drum punch, distant police sirens and warped basslines underneath a timeless and irresistible female vocal full of soul. A summer scorcher for sure alongside three more very useful weapons.
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Tags: UK Garage | Bassline
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A/B (limited hand-stamped 12" in hand-stamped sleeve (comes in different colour sleeves, we cannot guarantee which one you will receive))
Cat: GRAFT 02. Rel: 16 Nov 23
A (4:28)
B (Equohm remix) (5:07)
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Sorry Mate! EP
Cat: DBR 002. Rel: 29 Nov 23
Sorry Mate!
3rd Degree (with Eradicate)
Runneth Over (with Eradicate)
Empty Agent
If You See Me Getting Smaller
Review: From San Fran to London, US beat-sculptor Farsight follows the likes of Rnbws and Oldfield with this debut on the burgeoning underground imprint Dead Beat. And what a debut! Picking up where cuts like 'Triangulation' and 'Renegade' left us last year, the full EP ranges from abstract, deconstructed club vibes ('Sorry Mate!') to the more robust and venomous electroid spikes of 'Runneth Over' and the bright and bashy bumps of 'Empty Agent'. Complete with a series of links with kindred beat-splicing spirit Eradicate, this is an unmissable full flex across the beat spectrum. Essential.
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Kilometro Quinze
Kilometro Quinze (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: XL 1372T. Rel: 20 Oct 23
Constrictor (2:58)
Sicaria (feat DJ Python) (4:39)
Hysterika (feat Baby Cocada) (4:12)
Pressure (feat Shygirl) (4:37)
Con Luz (5:52)
Played by: DJ Mau Mau
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Voice Crash
Voice Crash (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: TIMEDANCE 029. Rel: 14 Nov 23
Voice Crash (5:20)
151 (4:08)
Fussyhead (6:57)
Review: Bristol's Hodge is one of those producers with a signature style no matter the genre he makes. He's an adept studio craftsman who designs sounds in a way few others do and he shows that again here with this fresh 12" on the mighty Timedance. 'Voice Crash' opens up with clanking great hits over minimalist beat frameworks that are always on the move, and you will be too. '151' is a more manic and dense arrangement with malfunctioning loops, knackered synth mutations and whirring effects all making for something fairly mind-blowing. Last of all is 'Fussyhead', a percolating and potent rhythm underpinned with lashings of UK bass.
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Where R U
Where R U (12" in hand-stamped sleeve (indie exclusive))
Cat: PTKF 14561. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Nightworld (3:21)
Mr Speaker (5:05)
Tune In Tune Out (4:14)
Seams (6:26)
 in stock $11.04
Clear Tamei
Clear Tamei (grey marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: BF 079C. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Paleo Mamu (0:42)
New Vectors (3:33)
Clear Tamei (4:17)
Nama (4:05)
Shrine Hacker (feat Babii) (5:24)
First Voids (0:38)
Steel Mogu (4:06)
Black Light Ultra (4:30)
Mei Mode (3:19)
Niteracer (4:43)
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Noisy Us
Noisy Us (12")
Cat: CSF 003. Rel: 24 Nov 23
Kapsalon Is Deconstructed Kebab (4:25)
Rejected Pepsi (5:26)
I'm Eddie Murphy In Eastern Europe (5:50)
Lying & Cheating (3:36)
Just A Little (4:44)
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Ten Year Tonnage
Ten Year Tonnage (limited 12")
Cat: SNKR 049. Rel: 01 Nov 23
Ten Year Tonnage (5:08)
Shapeshifter (4:03)
Muay Size (4:50)
People Of The World (5:37)
Review: Sneaker Social regulars Alan Johnson return to the label with more unclassifiable gems. All flexing that bewitching, beaty brew of percussion, smoking 808s, shattered beats and crafty sampling, each cut hits with a direct physical groove. From the System-level dubsteppy title track to the more organic haze and swoons of the finale 'People Of The World', the UK duo have once again weaved a fine line between so many genres without committing to any. Tonnes of love..
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A Hack Is A Foul EP
A Hack Is A Foul EP (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: AWK 005. Rel: 24 Oct 23
Poco Dopo (5:13)
Salamandra (4:45)
Begger (4:47)
A Hack Is A Foul (5:27)
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Set In Plaster
Set In Plaster (hand-stamped 12" limited to 100 copies)
Cat: SNKR 047. Rel: 01 Dec 23
The Hawk
Respect The Deal
The Prisoner
Review: Given the breadth and diversity of Neil Landstrumm's output over the last couple of decades, it can be difficult to second-guess where he might go next musically. The answer, this time round at least, is "high-octane bass music" via a ridiculously limited-edition EP (only 100 have been pressed) for Sneaker Social Club. The Scottish scene stalwart starts by adding chiming and bleeping melodies to a warped bassline and breathless breakbeats on 'Bravery', before reaching for rumbling bass, grime style synth tones and hot-stepping post-dubstep drums on 'The Hawk'. 'Respect The Deal' delivers a mix of sparse beats, energy-packed breakbeat blasts and hip-hop vocal samples, while 'The Prisoner' is a dreamy, eccentrically swung slab of bass-heavy UK techno.
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Trip EP
Trip EP (12")
Cat: MYOM 002. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Trip (8:09)
Airlock (4:55)
Sick Flips (7:10)
Space (4:41)
Review: Make Your Own Meaning continues to convey its unique techno message with a new statement of intent from label head Lurka. The artist has been busy of late and continues to be on a roll with another fascinating four tracker that genuinely serves up some original sounds and rhythms. 'Trip' gets things underway with organic percussive patterns stacked up over drilling bass to make for a prickly groove. 'Airlock' is similar but darker and heavier and 'Sick Flips' keeps the nimble feel going with dancing perc, rigid synths and scratchy sound effects all coalescing over broken drum patterns. Last of all is another dense, busy and multi-layered melange of tiny percussive sounds, synths and clipped rhythms that will make any floor move.
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Corner Wax Volume 2
Corner Wax Volume 2 (limited 12")
Cat: CORNERWAX 2. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Clear Thoughts
Confused Thoughts (feat Stereo Silence)
Be Louder
Review: After helping mint the first Wax Corner release in 2022, Osipenko Bus Stop is back with a whole 12" of revivalist garage that taps into the best qualities of the genre while equally doing its own thing. 'Be Louder' is a tightly wound workout which cuts between skippy 2-step and breakbeat drops with some weirdo synth twists and rave stab turns, making for a patchwork jam that slots into the current zeitgeist while stepping to one side of the pack. 'Clear Thoughts' favours classic organ chord samples chopped nice n' tight, powered by a bumping bit of 4x4 which will never do you wrong in the club.
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Lip Locked
Cat: ORO 005. Rel: 02 Nov 23
Lip Locked (6:57)
Just Look At The Rain (5:14)
Review: The moment 'Lip Locked' throws its hulking, lunging, jacking kick drum at you it's pretty clear this understandably rather hyped collaboration between two dons of crossover tones is going to be worth every penny. Then the hypnotic monotoned hook lands, adding a definite air of dance floor cheekiness, and the deal is well and truly sealed. The fact you can flip it to find 'Just Look At The Rain' is really just a bonus, then. But what a bonus it is. A far more staccato, broken affair that takes the tempo up a notch, and uses its breakdowns for purely percussive tension-building purposes, it's a dream of a 'UK club' tune, for want of a better phrase, calling on elements of hardcore breaks, dubstep, and garage-techno to offer something that occupies that all-too-elusive place between seriousness, fun, noise and energy.
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Territory EP
Cat: DPLC 004. Rel: 09 Nov 23
Territory (4:46)
Inna Di (3:29)
Retrospect (3:24)
Dem Move (4:38)
 in stock $13.15
Polarity EP
Cat: MTR 003. Rel: 15 Oct 23
Pugilist, Korin Complex - "Round Two" (6:25)
Korin Complex - "Hijinks" (3:53)
Carter Wolfe & Korin Complex - "Elastic" (4:19)
Carter Wolfe & Korin Complex - "Parrish Blue" (5:17)
 in stock $17.36
Hara EP
Hara EP (12")
Cat: WWU 441. Rel: 18 Oct 23
Infinity Is Natural (4:36)
Ramanujan Prime (4:30)
Hara (4:09)
Review: More global fusion from queer artist rrao as DJ Python's Worldwide Unlimited welcomes them for three far-out, unique tracks. From the hypnotic and frenetic polyrhythms and psychedelic percussion of 'Infinity Is Natural' to the deep contemporary dub and low end immersion of the title track 'Hara', each cut is inspired by rrao's passion for nature and the infinite loop of energy of past, present and future. Each cut weaves a different south east Asian spell but the big hitter for most will Ramanujan Prime thanks to its unique character, fast-paced energy and beguiling vocal texture.
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Tell Me
Tell Me (12")
Cat: RUBI 003. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Tell Me (6:04)
Tapestry (3:17)
Atomic (3:38)
Review: On Tell Me, Skeptical capitalises on the freedom afforded by his own Rubi label by dialling back his established d&b sound and presenting a half-time trip into downtempo territory. That shouldn't be mistaken as a softening of his production chops, because there's still massive amounts of weight as he warps snarling bass around stark drums on 'Tapestry'. 'Atomic' goes further into a minimal, dubbed out sound with carefully executed low end growl which carries the torch from DMZ's earliest soundsystem meditations.
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Maschera (limited 12")
Cat: BSUN 010. Rel: 29 Nov 23
Maschera (6:22)
Trappola (6:25)
Specchio (6:20)
Maschera (KRSLD remix) (5:44)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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Brake Fluid
Cat: WHYT 069. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Review: London-based, Australian producer Surusinghe is next up on Tasker's AD93 label with a thrilling mix of worldly rhythms and earth shattering bass. It is only a year since this artist debuted but already she sits at the top table with a sound so physical it cannot be ignored. Breakbeat, techno, bass and more are all chewed up and spat out in her meticulously cross-pollinated sound hybrids. Heavyweight opener 'Bop' has crushing bass and wiggling synths, 'Bet' has hints of UK funky in the drum patterns and flip side joint 'Boka' will twist floors inside out before 'Brain' is a more slow and purposeful full body workout.
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EP 3
EP 3 (12")
Cat: MTR 130EP. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Work My Body (4:11)
Ah Oui Ah Oui (4:03)
Epiphanie (feat Le Diouck) (3:44)
Bright Clash
What Is This?
Review: Sylvere completes his three part EP series from Monkeytown here with the final instalment and it might just be the case that he has saved the best until last. As is always the way, the Parisian producer known for championing marginalized sounds and communities mixes up heavyweight bass, dextrous melodies and snaking grooves. As vital as his music is, his radical arts collective La Creole is just as important as it provides safe space and floors and believes in "partying as a form of campaigning". And if any of these tunes are heard in such spaces, too can be sure of utter destruction.
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Apathy Is Death
Apathy Is Death (12" + inserts limited to 50 copies)
Cat: K 001. Rel: 17 Oct 23
Swollen Heart
Stumbling Across The Dirt Until We're Under It
Empathy Is Life
Skin 22 (feat Arpen Daks)
Hold Onto Whatever Makes You Feel Alive
 in stock $16.83
Peloid EP
Peloid EP (12" + insert + sticker)
Cat: WSR TPZ1. Rel: 30 Oct 23
Shapeshift (5:30)
Bad Habits (5:14)
Gaudy (5:25)
Maudlin Lakitu (6:30)
Review: Toupaz is a new name on our radar but he'll stay firmly on it after this release on forward-thinking London label, Well Street. The EP kick-starts with a fusion of techno, bass and club rhythms spliced with brilliantly bubbly toms & synths that fall down the face of broken beats. The flip side explores a new take on UK funky with whirring machines and fractured vocals, whilst the closer 'Maudlin Lakitu' features the most experimental and skeletal rhythms of the project.
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UU 008
UU 008 (12" + insert limited to 300 copies)
Cat: UU 008. Rel: 14 Nov 23
Track 1 (5:01)
Track 2 (4:31)
Track 3 (3:52)
Track 4 (5:18)
Track 5 (5:34)
Track 6 (4:28)
Review: The Unknown-Untitled gang is back with an eighth mysterious outing from the self-titled production outfit behind the label, whoever that may be. Again this is a limited edition 12" and again it is pure fire. 'rack 1' sounds like techno from a distinctly UK perspective, if you ask us - the bass drills deep, the synths fizz like static and chopped up vocal fragments bring the hype. The rest of the EP is a varied one that takes in clanging loop pieces, industrial tinged workouts like 'Track 3' and futuristic rhythmic explorations such as the tense, textured sounds of 'Track 5'.
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Rhythm Is Memory
Rhythm Is Memory (limited LP)
Cat: KINDER 016. Rel: 07 Nov 23
Pre Dawn (5:33)
Tactilia (5:01)
Play (4:43)
V7 (5:30)
Roll (4:23)
Lurk (5:00)
Tunnel Visions (3:52)
Mother Tongue (4:46)
2008 (3:57)
 in stock $19.46
Odruvisi (gatefold clear vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: GLER 001. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Something From Nothing (intro) (2:47)
ConCreteMerMaid (2:30)
Birth (2:13)
Gender (2:44)
Oldukaldi (3:26)
Acid Shower (3:16)
When The Mirror Is Steamy I Can See Me (5:08)
Why Me?! (3:43)
Rok&Rigning (2:35)
Realization (1:43)
Reykjavik (interlude)
Hlaupbangsi (Sophie Tribute)
The War In My Head
U + Me
Garpur Kvedur (0:39)
Gleymmerei (3:00)
RatRace (3:47)
Better Than Me (2:43)
Can't Keep Me Down/Dragonfly (4:27)
Fuglar Fljuga (2:50)
Review: EVA808 has used this new album to launch her own new label Gleb and a fine statement it is too across four sides of gatefold clear vinyl to "represent the ice that inspires" the music. The artist born Eva Johannsdottir hails from Iceland and has a signature sound that she hopes conveys a story of "being different." The album is rich and cinematic in design with bass driven low ends and dark, boorish synth moods up top. It's cold yet warm, icy yet inviting and comes after many years of Johannsdottir being a key part of the drum & bass underground having first started outpacing grime and dubstep in 2011.
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Gentle Confrontation
Cat: HDBCD 064. Rel: 06 Oct 23
Gentle Confrontation
Let U Go (feat Keiya)
Deja Vu (feat Ritchie)
Prelude Of Tired Of Me
Glitch The System (Glitch Bitch 2)
One Way Ticket To The Midwest (Emo) (feat Corey Mastrangelo)
Cards With The Grandparents
While They Were Singing (feat Marina Herlop)
Try For Me (feat Eden Samara)
Tired Of Me
Speechless (feat George Riley)
Disjointed (Feeling Like A Kid Again)
I'm Trying To Love Myself
Saying Goodbye (feat Contour)
Scepticism With Joy (feat Mouse On The Keys - bonus track)
Review: Loraine James continues to trust her instincts and serve us some of the most honest and original music within the leftfield electronic sphere right now. Having recently paid tribute to the work of Julius Eastman on Build Something Beautiful For Me, now she retunes to Hyperdub with the record she claims the teenage version of her would have made. The label text makes explicit reference to the likes of DNTEL and Telefon Tel Aviv as well as math rock, but James is also way out in her own zone metabolising such influences into unique expression. There are some wonderful guest spots from the likes of RiTchie, Marina Herlop and Eden Samara, while James herself centres her voice for some of the album's most poignant moments. Gentle Confrontation is another outstanding chapter in James' ever-intriguing story.
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95 Mindjeres
95 Mindjeres (limited LP in hand-painted sleeve)
Cat: P 053. Rel: 17 Nov 23
E COMO? (4:13)
Deep (2:43)
Caiomhe (1:40)
To La (5:18)
Pose (3:14)
Sukuku (2:24)
95 (3:42)
Cp (3:09)
Mindjeres (3:20)
Abcd (3:33)
Paradise (3:00)
 in stock $24.46
All At Once
All At Once (clear vinyl LP with obi-strip limited to 300 copies)
Cat: KER 007. Rel: 05 Oct 23
Bird (3:45)
MIllennium Green (3:13)
Gold (3:31)
Mother (3:19)
Atlantic (0:41)
N176 (4:29)
Blythe Hill (2:45)
Glory Dust (3:29)
Catford Show (2:30)
Ser (1:42)
Review: Francine Perry and Jens L Thomsen's sixth studio album has arrived. All At Once; a breath-taking collection of sounds and stories that at once hurls you deep into a dance you didn't know existed and the most chilled, calming states of mind you didn't know you could reach. From the moment the opening percussive house odyssey 'Bird' takes flight to the final woozy stumbles and slurs of the closer 'Ser', the pair roll out idea after idea, each one as disarming as the next. Along the way we're treated to faraway contemporary breaks ('N176'), uncompromising techno ('Glory Dust') and a range of ambient treats that break up the intensity such as 'Catford Snow' and 'Millenium Green'. Arranged and articulated with thought and clarity, we guarantee you'll have a whale of time with this.
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Gloom (3xLP)
Cat: NQ 040. Rel: 07 Nov 23
Hard Times
Karma (feat Frank H Carter III)
Standing By (feat Saigo)
Werk It
Reality Check
Ride Or Die (feat Rhi)
Rxde Or Dxe (part 2)
Review: Last year Polish talent Satl returned to Lenzman's label The North Quarter with his most accomplished and wide-armed body of work so far. Now available on this beautiful triple vinyl format, he's back once again to take us on a trip through his influences and widescreen musical vision. Buckle up and be prepared to roll from full-on technoid d&b ('Hard Times') to bubbling, twisted funk ('Werk It') via smouldering, unclassifiable dark soul ('Ride Or Die') and dreamy breakbeats ('Standing By') With many other sides to his sound revealed throughout, this is an exceptional and very impressive album.
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Cuspide Des Sirenes
Cuspide Des Sirenes (limited 2xLP)
Cat: TEM 10. Rel: 09 Nov 23
Prelude To A Quest (3:54)
Blow The Conch (2:31)
Rapids (3:35)
Behind The Waterfall (4:39)
Polite Rudboi (4:11)
Surface/Sirens (5:59)
Hypnotized (4:09)
Leave Me Alone (3:44)
Where U From (3:52)
Erotica (5:38)
Rainbow Dance (4:48)
Grand-Lieu (3:33)
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Cat: SKRR 005. Rel: 20 Oct 23
Todi (2:27)
Koi (4:41)
Galiyon (3:15)
Mainhan (4:18)
Kanchi (4:25)
Arushi (7:30)
Ahir (2:50)
Seekhlo (3:14)
Utano Trio (3:15)
Bayanaka (3:28)
 in stock $28.39
Hot Pot Totto
Hot Pot Totto (transparent red marbled vinyl LP)
Cat: PHNTM 033LP. Rel: 05 Oct 23
Hakke Yoi (3:27)
Shogyu Mujo (4:00)
The Tower (3:22)
Religion Surfer (2:47)
Eye Candy Man (3:25)
Buri Buri (feat Catu Diosis) (3:11)
Okame & Hyottoko (3:00)
RIP My Ego (3:39)
Bad For My Soul Good For My Ego (3:43)
Dopamine Dance (1:05)
Hashtag Smile (3:47)
Review: Shigeru Ishihara aka DJ Scotch Egg and Kiki Hitomi (ex-King Midas Sound) return with their beguiling but ultimately groundbreaking 'minyo footwork' project, WaqWaq Kingdom. For those who haven't been here before, the name itself says it all - albums from this duo are like stepping through the wardrobe into a different realm packed with fantasy and exoticism, yet fully committed to the dance. "Two words are conjoined: hot pot and ottotto," says Kiki Hitomi of the album title. "Ottotto is the Japanese equivalent of 'oops', or said when someone nearly falls over but manages to get their balance back: it was dangerous but now we are safe!" Musically, that sounds like upbeat, staccato kicks carrying hallucinogenic melodies, samples and sounds, at times descending into weird manic broken pop ('Buri Buri') and low slung, growling, stepping urban breaks ('The Tower'). Formidable, surprising, and infinitely pleasing.
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