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Breakbeat vinyl represses and restocks
Items 1 to 19 of 19 on page 1 of 1
OMAKASE 002 (limited 12")
Cat: OMAKASE 002. Rel: 19 Oct 23
Review: Omakase keeps up the momentum of its fine first release with a second sizzling followup, this time from Trauma alongside Anton under their collaborative guise Antraum. It's a case of super silky sounds only here with deft and dubbed out tech on the opener 'Hachi', which is defined by a superb vocal hook. 'Roko' is a jittery rhythm with breakbeat and icy cold hits all warmed through by a fine bassline. 'San' shuts down with a nice laid back tech beat that encourages you to sink deep into it.
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Tags: Minimal
! low stock $16.57
BAM! (Massproductions dub)
BAM! (Massproductions dub) (limited yellow vinyl 7" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: BAM 001. Rel: 06 Jun 22
BAM! (Massproduction dub) (6:06)
Meditation On Furniture (5:56)
Review: A creative sound experiment, Swedish music producer Axel Boman explores new sonic territories as Massproductions. Two sublime tracks on this one: on side A you can hear the drummer (jazz musician Konrad Agnas) get wicked on the ethereal hypnotiser 'BAM!' (Massproduction dub), while over on the flip is the psychedelic downtempo journey 'Meditation On Furniture By Chris Martin' awash in gliding acid, atmospheric synths and and trippy alien-like voices - although not by 'that' Chris Martin we're told.
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 in stock $12.61
PUNCHLINE 06 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: PUNCHLINE 06. Rel: 29 Sep 23
Ron Brown - "Ice Ice Bitch" (6:11)
Luuk Van Dijk - "Trip Advisor (A Shit Man)" (6:49)
Li Di - "Butter Muffin" (6:06)
Danny Pickles (5:58)
 in stock $16.31
Jerman (12")
Cat: MER 008. Rel: 15 Dec 22
El Sardina (7:55)
Los Morsas (8:01)
Jerman (7:13)
Solia Ser (5:47)
 in stock $17.87
Chestnut People
Cat: XIN 010. Rel: 02 Mar 23
I (5:46)
II (6:07)
III (5:19)
IV (4:36)
Review: Chestnut People finds NAFF champ Priori teaming up with Ludwig A.F. for some deep-diving trips somewhere between ambient, trance, deep house and techno. It's a sweetly melodic space where immersive beatdowns can sit comfortably alongside blissfully beatless meditations, leading in with the dreamy breakbeat roll of 'I' and the snappy drum blasts of 'II'. It's the B-side where the project's sound really deepens, finding new scope for aqueous sound design and fragmented electronica on 'III' before the pure, new age leaning melt-out of 'IV'. It's a sophisticated record with a sound that should draw in a huge spectrum of machine dreamers.
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 in stock $16.57
Nrg Brkz
Nrg Brkz (limited 12")
Cat: WOW 012. Rel: 03 Nov 23
GT DWN (7:19)
8cl NRG (6:44)
NDRSTND (8:32)
BRKZ (5:55)
 in stock $12.61
Westerkade EP
Cat: FS 007. Rel: 03 Oct 23
Westerkade (7:37)
Try Not To (6:38)
I've Tried (Ion Ludwig's Everlasting mix) (8:13)
I've Tried (5:55)
 in stock $16.57
You've Come A Long Way Baby (half speed remastered)
You've Come A Long Way Baby (half speed remastered) (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + booklet)
Cat: SKINT 862242. Rel: 14 Nov 23
Right Here, Right Now
The Rockafeller Skank
In Heaven
Gangster Tripping
Build It Up - Tear It Down
Soul Surfing
You're Not From Brighton
Praise You
Love Island
Acid 8000
 in stock $45.75
Geography (Re-Assembled)
Cat: 5099751 620426. Rel: 15 Oct 04
Operating Tracks
With Your Cries
Art & Strategy
Geography Ii
Least Inkling
Geography I
Black White Blue
He Runs Too Fast For Us
 in stock $16.04
Papua New Guinea (reissue) (B-STOCK)
Cat: 12TOT 17R. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Papua New Guinea (original)
Papua New Guinea (Andrew Weatherall mix)
Papua New Guinea (dub mix)
Papua New Guinea (Journey To Pyramid)
Papua New Guinea (Monsoon mix)
Papua New Guinea (Graham Massey mix)
Papua New Guinea (Dumb Child Of Q mix)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Sleeve damaged but otherwise in excellent condition***

There's a reason that Future Sound of London's 1991 debut single, 'Papua New Guinea', is periodically reissued: it's a stone-cold classic that sounds unlike anything else. In its original mix form, the track combines traits borrowed from early breakbeat hardcore (booming bass, house-tempo breakbeats) with saucer-eyed vocal samples, twinkling pianos and sounds more often found in ambient house and chill-out tunes from the period. This remastered, hand-numbered vinyl reissue boasts all of the 1992 remixes (as well as the original mix), including a suitably psychedelic, tribal-tinged Andrew Weatherall revision, the duo's own spaced-out ambient style 'Dub' mix, and a sax-sporting Manchester re-wire courtesy of 808 State's Graham Massey.
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 in stock $16.31
Lunar EP
Lunar EP (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: ELCT 01. Rel: 17 Nov 23
Lunar (6:13)
Hiyah (6:00)
F**K Off With Your Horoscopes (6:21)
Black Sky (5:54)
Review: Eddy Kennedy's output as Kessler is on a relentless rise as he leaps from knockout releases on Club Glow, Shall Not Fade and Holding Hands to this masterpiece on Elicit. 'Lunar' is true to the space-tipped title as Kessler takes breakbeat science into glitchy, epic territory guided by broad synth strokes to wind up more aligned to Squarepusher at his most reflective. 'Hiyah' is a ruffer concern with snarling bass and a more linear focus towards warehouse-quaking rave pressure. 'FK Off With Your Horoscopes' might well take aim at spirituality, but there's something meditative and reflective about the melodic content and subtly sculpted beats coursing their way through this modern slice of uptempo electronica.
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Man From Mantis (B-STOCK)
Cat: LOVEP 03. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Pandemic (4:39)
Aggressive Mantis Squad (5:02)
Automatic Mouth (4:53)
International Sound System (4:56)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Sleeve damaged but otherwise in excellent condition***

Electronic legends Meat Beat Manifesto aka Jack Dangers and DHS aka Benjamin Stokes have been making music together for a long old time now so really know how to find a sweet spot between their respective sounds. In this case, they emerge from their lab with four finely tuned dancefloor destroyers that are steeped in a rich history of UK-centric sounds. 'Pandemic' is a wonky acid opener with plenty of warped designs and big breaks, then 'Aggressive Mantis Squad' brings more live drum breaks under crashing percussion and edgy synth terrors. 'Automatic Mouth' is a bass-driven and body-popping rhythm designed to get the floor popping before the all-out breakbeat assault that is 'International Sound System.'
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 in stock $15.25
In Da Nite
Cat: PENG 180. Rel: 05 Oct 23
Fall In Da Nite (6:30)
Hrny 2 Nite (5:40)
Review: Peng strikes again with another entry into its limited edition, vinyl-only series. The eponymous artist is behind the beats and kicks off with 'Fall In Da Nite' which is a playful and character cut for dancefloor fun. Then comes 'Hrny 2 Nite.' This one is a loppy and infectious tech house cut with dusty drums and big hi-hats that are offset by the wet daubs of synth. It's devastatingly simple but surely hugely effective especially once the recognisable samples from the popular early 2000s track 'Horny' come in and take things up a level.
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 in stock $17.36
Prang (12")
Cat: NMBRS 70. Rel: 17 May 23
Prang (feat Huerco S)
Sisu (feat Cucina Povera)
Review: Perko is one of those newer-school experimental artists whose fingers straddle many pies, but who nevertheless refuses to allow this inner tendency towards versatility to hold him back. The FELT label owner has welcomed artists as far-flung as Civilistjavel! to Moxie into his inner circle; and the fruits of this open-mindedness are more than translated into his latest EP for Glaswegian dance legends Numbers. 'Prang' errs on the side of playfulness, giving some hot seconds of pure danceable flavour. Huerco S lends his usually-texturally-rich addprod to the nominal A-sider, a rather impressive future-garage-acid cut that recalls some of Objekt's earlier stuff, while regular collaborator and mournful vocalist-producer Cucina Povera crops up on the ambient dub plunger-into-the-sound that is 'Sisu'.
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 in stock $14.20
The Black Cat
The Black Cat (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BLBV 02. Rel: 27 Jul 23
Leonardo Portela - "What U Feel" (feat Sofia Da Silva) (6:28)
Leonardo Portela - "What U Feel" (Timid Boy remix) (6:44)
Barbara Alvarez - "Beat Breaker" (6:00)
Gus Bonani - "Los Reyes Del Candado" (6:28)
 in stock $15.51
Cat: MAD 005. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Blind (5:17)
If U Wanna (7:02)
Te Siento Dentro (6:12)
Vice (5:02)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Sleeve damaged but otherwise in excellent condition***

The fifth entry on the M.A.D. Records series comes from Rakim Under, following up on their first appearance with the 'Lady J' re-fix on M.A.D. EDITS 003. Once again the label holds true to its dedication to the dancefloor by platforming these fast and furious hip-hop breakin' house jams, which roll from the dexterous drum funk of 'Blind' to the rolling, jazzy and Loom-bird toting 'If U Wanna'. The good-times vibe maintains on the B-side as a sweatier jack emerges around 'Te Siento Dentro', a faithful revision of a prototypical house joint, and then we're treated to the uptempo Latino rap throwdown of 'Vice'. If you want to set a party alight, every one of these tunes has all you need to get some heat generating out on the floor.
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 in stock $13.67
The Sequel: Part Two
The Sequel: Part Two (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VFS 054. Rel: 16 Nov 23
Rhythm Is Fundamental (6:16)
Freakin Out (6:20)
Time To Hit The Floor (5:34)
Work That Body (5:32)
Review: Last year, hardcore and jungle archivists Vinyl Fanatiks dipped into the back catalogue of early 90s breakbeat heroes Rhythm Section - a crew whose members included future TCR main man Rennie Pilgrem - and offered up a 12" featuring the first four tracks from their 1995 double-pack The Sequel. Here they round up the rest of the tracks in remastered form. There's much to admire, from the warehouse-ready, 'Bombscare'-inspired melodic motifs, crunchy breaks and booming bass of 'Rhythm Is Fundamental' and the acidic squelchy of peak-time smasher 'Freakin' Out', to the hip-hop sampling breakbeat funkiness of 'Time To Hit The Floor' and the stab-happy, sub-heavy hedonism of 'Work That Body'.
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 in stock $15.51
Breakz N Harmony Part 1
Breakz N Harmony Part 1 (12" in spray-painted sleeve)
Cat: SW 001. Rel: 01 Nov 23
Gettin Ready (5:11)
All Good (4:40)
Aint No Fear (5:12)
 in stock $16.57
Elements Of Truth & Beauty EP
Cat: MLDM 05. Rel: 31 May 23
Youngblood Priest (Tribute To Ron) (7:28)
Pseudo Trumpet (7:07)
Welcome To Santa Cruz (7:17)
Review: Terence Terry, often just known as Terry and many other names around the European minimal tech house scene, is back with a bang. He drops this highly elevated collection of after hours delights on US label Melodeum, capturing just the kind of vibe you want to keep things trucking once the sun comes up. This is cheeky, energising material with warmth and melody that won't upset the somnambulant mood of an up-all-night crowd. There's some warmth and soul, some playful touches, but never at the expense of that undulating, eternal minimal house groove.
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 in stock $18.40
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