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New releases last eight weeks: Breakbeat

Breakbeat vinyl released in the last four weeks
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Codename Jina
Codename Jina (hand-stamped 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: GORKY 2. Rel: 06 Nov 23
Jina (6:33)
Mahsa (5:32)
The Code (7:49)
Review: There sure is an appropriate sense of futurism in these new breakbeats from Ahu. Opener 'Jina' is run through with far-sighted chords that bring to mind the glowing metropolis of Ridley Scott's 'Bladerunner' - it even feels like there's rain falling in the tune as well as subtle celestial vocals and deep, driving bass. and spoken word samples to add that cinematic ambiance. 'Jina (Mahsa)' is soulful machine music - fans of the glorious 69 project of Carl Craig will doubtless dig it - and then 'Nika' rides on a much more rubbery and lovely, lumpy Herbert-esque beat with molten synth melodies and a darker energy. A stylish EP, no doubt.
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 in stock $13.77
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
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6 (12")
Cat: TAI 003. Rel: 05 Oct 23
Air & Bubbles (5:53)
66 33'48.8" (5:22)
6 (5:37)
Fobias (5:59)
 in stock $17.48
Cat: SILKYBEATS 001. Rel: 23 Oct 23
B Love - "TCBA" (5:25)
Bowyer - "Salad On The Dash" (6:19)
Astral Wayne - "Dope Ass Gyro" (6:20)
Velvet Velour - "Plumbs" (7:13)
Review: Silkybeats - a brand new imprint with a specific vision in tricky-shuffly dance music - debut their first ever V/A release here, providing a smashing debut and a taster for increasingly sumptuous things to come. Selected by one Velvet Velour, the producer and curator here invites three of the smoothest operators around - B.Love, Bowyer and Astral Wayne - to help cook up a selection of abstract, minimal breakstep and microhouse.
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Played by: DJ Mau Mau
 in stock $14.83
Make Me
Make Me (orange vinyl 12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: R 212001. Rel: 10 Oct 23
Make Me (extended mix) (5:01)
Make Me (Big Ang Rave To The Grave remix) (3:24)
Make Me (Mani Festo remix) (4:03)
Make Me (Paul Sirrell remix) (3:41)
Review: For those with their ear to the ground, 'Make Me' has been an underground monster hit for Borai and Denham Audio for time, but now it's getting a proper 12" release on Room Two with some heavyweight remixes. Taking a classic 90s vocal sample and giving it a thorough ruffing up, the original is hard to top, but Big Ang and Mani Festo turn in suitably rowdy versions which continue the theme of hardcore revivalism in fine style. Meanwhile bassline legend Paul Sirrell steps up for a flamboyant version which harks back to the original mid-90s cut that inspired 'Make Me' in the first place.
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 in stock $16.43
My Light My World
Cat: EE 03. Rel: 03 Oct 23
We Love (We Feel) (6:56)
My Light, My World (7:15)
Here We F***ing Go (6:37)
Let Me Tell U Sumthin (7:15)
Review: Brooklyn-based Ryan Clover lays down some slamming new tunes here, which is perfect for the label they land on - Eris Drew's always emotive Ecstatic Editions. 'We Love (We Feel)' kicks off with a steamy mix of driving drums and floating synths that comes alive with lush leads. 'My Light, My World' then ups the pace with some quicker, slicker drums and more majestic synth daubs full of soul. 'Here We F***ing Go' is another high-octane cut this time with a more cosmic sense of wonder in the leads as the drums power on and last of all is the throwback sounds of 'Let Me Tell U Sumthin.'
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Played by: DJ Mau Mau, Rave Energy
 in stock $16.95
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 $12.70
Turn It Up (feat Brian Kage mix)
Cat: BM 01245. Rel: 06 Nov 23
Turn It Up (4:31)
Turn It Up (Brian Kage's Gotta Big Ole Beretta Booty mix) (3:25)
Review: Dez Andres must have had a busy year in the studio because he has a few new joints dropping at the moment. Beretta Music has his latest and it comes in the form of a 7"to follow up his 'Back in My Space' from back in Spring. Once again here the Motor City native, former Slum Village DJ and house maestro dips into his more soulful side with some fresh breakbeat tunes that are sure to get the floor popping. Yelping vocals and some signature Andres basslines finish it in a fiery fashion. Fellow Detroit talent Brian Kage steps up with a booty-shaking remix that gets even heavier on the drums to make for another fine 7".
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Played by: The Allergies
 in stock $13.77
PXAHD 02 (12")
Cat: PXAHD 02. Rel: 29 Nov 23
DJ F - "Rhythm" (feat Matias Eissen)
DJ F - "L'evasion"
DJ F - "Salt In My Shoes" (feat Anthonius)
Epiphany - "Boga"
Epiphany - "Trampa"
Epiphany - "Suennos"
 in stock $15.63
Let Me Dance #One
Cat: FR 022. Rel: 11 Oct 23
Freedom Of Inner Evolution (8:24)
Love Muzik (7:30)
Let Me Dance (7:55)
Soulcapella (3:36)
We Need Music (4:41)
 in stock $18.81
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 $16.70
I Neva Seen (Willow remix)
I Neva Seen (Willow remix) (limited white label 12")
Cat: LWKWHT 2. Rel: 16 Oct 23
I Neva Seen (Willow remix) (8:00)
I Neva Seen (Tool) (4:59)
Review: Galcher Lustwerk's white label series is back with another previously digital-only track on vinyl for the first time. It comes from the Workshop associate and London-based artist Willow who stretches her legs across eight minutes of electro deepness as she reworks the calssic 'I Neva Seen'. Trippy vocals and paranoid whispers flesh out the supple basslines and popping drum programming which previously came on the LUSTWERK II EP on Ghostly International. Flip it over for a freaky 'I Neva Seen' acappella tool for adventurous DJs - layered-up vocal loops, sparse kicks and an unsettling atmosphere make it one for the afterparty.
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 in stock $12.18
Are We Leaving Here?
Cat: OATH 012. Rel: 23 Oct 23
Are We Ever Leaving Here? (5:49)
Are We Ever Leaving Here? (OCB remix) (4:16)
Parallaxing (5:32)
Space Nugz (5:46)
Space Nugz (Boulderhead remix) (5:27)
 in stock $16.95
Acid Break EP
Cat: OUR 002. Rel: 13 Oct 23
Acid Break (6:02)
Get Down (4:12)
Gipsy Drummer (5:25)
Acid Break (S Moreira dub remix) (6:34)
Review: The second drop on Ouroboros Ltd comes from Grey Pantone, aka Berlin-based producer Andres, making his debut release with this assured package of uptempo tech-funk rollers. 'Acid Break' is an instructive title, but the track is finely balanced between warm synth touches and some nimble 303 action darting around a light-footed breakbeat. 'Get Down' is a crisp electro workout with the snappiest of 808 lines driving the expressive splashes of melody, and 'Gypsy Drumming' turns up the heat with a busy cut that's equal parts squelchy and soulful. S Moreira steps up for a remix of 'Acid Break' which draws on the fractured power of half time dubstep to create a refreshing alternative to the original version.
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 in stock $17.75
Image Exposed
Cat: VBX 008. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Image Exposed (7:12)
Basal Ganglia (7:03)
Review: It's been a minute since we last heard form the VBX Music crew out of Amsterdam, having last put out a monster EP from Villalobos and Ferro. Now they're back with a high-grade second round from Frank Haag, who delivers modern tech house with attitude across two essential cuts for any head who wants to be keyed into the best new cuts in the scene. 'Image Exposed' rides some killer boom bap drums and MC licks for a rolling slice of breakbeat house, while 'Basal Ganglia' works some incredible, rubbery synth lines into a trippers delight on the B-side.
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 in stock $15.36
Far Away EP
Cat: ER 002. Rel: 02 Oct 23
Far Away (6:41)
Far Away (Alex Neri remix) (6:08)
Conflict Within (6:41)
Hells Bells (6:29)
Review: Harrison BDP is a core part of the UK underground with an ever more expressive and unique sound. He lands on the E&X label out of Germany here with a brilliantly punchy and atmospheric EP of house. 'Far Away' opens up with silky but weighty drum loops and fr-sighted chords then Alex Neri flips it into a more bubbly and cosmically minded groove cruise. On the flip, 'Conflict Within' has a filthy bassline keeping busy underneath razor sharp tech house drums that really cut through. Last of all is the spaced out and wigged out broken beat trip of 'Hells Bells'.
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Tags: Tech House
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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)
 in stock $15.63
Hatchet's Cave (feat Anunaku remix)
Cat: TR 003. Rel: 06 Nov 23
Hatchet's Cave (5:26)
Move X (5:45)
Compulsions (7:17)
Hatchet's Cave (Anunaku remix) (5:48)
Review: Jeigo dropped a thrilling debut album Cerulean back at the end of 2022, worked in a tune with Elkka for her DJ-Kicks mix and also dropped a mix for Bicep not long ago. Now he follows all that up with a firing four-track EP on Tread Records that again collides different club sounds, great samples and hooky melodies. 'Hatchet's Cave' is hands-in-the-air house euphoria with blistering drums and warped pads, then 'Move X' is a gritty tech bouncer and 'Compulsions' is a bubbly one with crisp hits. Nervous Horizons label boss Anunaku remixes the title track into a bass-heavy banger too.

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 in stock $14.31
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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 in stock $15.36
The Silence (25th Anniversary Edition) (remastered)
Cat: NOYS 045V. Rel: 06 Oct 23
The Silence (Tekara mix) (8:30)
The Silence (6:43)
The Silence (GMJ & Matter remix) (7:45)
Sasha Vs Mike Koglin - "Enjoy The Gravy" (James Zabiela Totally Turntabled mix) (6:54)
Review: There's something truly remarkable about Depeche Mode's most eminent hit song 'Enjoy The Silence' - perhaps it boils down to the the quiet solitude of its central monarchic protagonist, coupled with the song's euphoric hook for horn and synth pluck. Just as well, this euphoria was bound to lend well to trance and breaks, a synergy first discovered by Mike Koglin and Tekara (Matt Darey) back in 1998. First out on Mutliply, 'The Silence' heard Koglin and Darey lend the original DM hit a pair of intense breaks-trance brightenings, repackaging the track for eccied dancefloors across the globe, in a nonethless honest and compelling fashion. This 25th Anniversary edition hears the remixes reissued and remastered, plus newer versions from James Zabiela and GMJ & Matter.
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 in stock $20.93
Mind Clarity EP
Mind Clarity EP (yellow & green marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: TIN 051. Rel: 09 Nov 23
Ego Destroyer (4:38)
Caribbean Croft (4:14)
Inner Peace (4:30)
Mind Clarity (3:24)
 in stock $14.31
Lipstick Traces
Cat: SMR 019. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Runaway Universe (8:11)
Vogue Mars (5:48)
Vogue Mars (Apiento remix) (5:26)
Review: Those Sound Metaphors guys are always digging out archival material from hidden corners of dance music history, and they've done it once again with this incredible holy grail for any devotees of the Balearic sound. Leo Mas attained legendary status DJing at Amnesia in Ibiza in the 80s alongside Alfredo, and in the early 90s he was exploring production with a variety of collaborators. Having entered the studio with Italian musician Sergio Portaluri in 1993, Mas sat on the resulting DATs for 30 years until they finally got unearthed as the heads-down, rolling breakbeat house stunners they are. Just to give things a modern twist for those who require it, there's also a remix on this 12' from Apiento.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $18.54
Fury Horse
Fury Horse (limited 12")
Cat: KARSL 001. Rel: 24 Nov 23
Fury Of Love (6:09)
Dance Duty (5:14)
Black Sun (6:27)
Eternal Paws (5:32)
Review: Loryn's new EP on Karrousel Records is a four-track trip that merges dark breakbeats with poetic melodies. That duality makes for great drama and the opener 'Fury Of Love' is a lithe affair with clean lines and snappy drums next to melancholic piano chords. 'Dance Duty' is dustier and more kinetic with its breaks and backlit celestial chords and 'Black Sun' then gets astral with shooting laser-like synths and gurgling basslines journey through the cosmos. 'Eternal Paws' is an ethereal closer with more angelic chords powered by tight, punchy breaks.
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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 $15.36
Pieces Of The Puzzle
Cat: OSCLDN 005. Rel: 02 Oct 23
Pieces Of The Puzzle
Chill Pill
Can't Stop The Rain
My Life
Keep Chasin'
Phase Me
Let It Out
Review: Zach Murray is a fast-rising London producer who makes a great impression here with an ambitious and ultimately accomplished double pack on Oscuro. The title track 'Pieces Of The Puzzle' opens with sweeping ambient before 'Chill Pill' explores as glistening melodic world of futuristic tech and 'Can't Stop The Rain' has an old-school energy to its marching drums and rave stabs. There are also forays into acidic electro like on 'Keep Chasin'' and rugged breaks on 'Phase Me', elastic house sounds on 'Dubmotions' and cosmic turbulence in the trippy 'Dreams,' all of which show off this producer's versatility in style.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $23.84
Space Jungle EP
Cat: UFOS 006. Rel: 23 Oct 23
888 (6:34)
Space Jungle (feat Parallax Modulators) (6:56)
Grantourismo (6:32)
Redemption (8:15)
Review: The sixth UFOs outing is another intergalactic adventure in sonic form and this time at the buttons it's New Balaance, a Mexican artist at the heart of a new wave. Space Jungle though is an apt title for this EP, which kicks off with some stylish breaks and nimble basslines overlaid with lush cosmic arps. 'Space Jungle' (feat Parallax Modulators brings a more pensive mood thanks to the sustained chords and deeper grooves, but subtle acid and chattery perc bring it to life. 'Grantourismo' is a lively and dynamic cut with more swirling synth work while 'Redemption' closes down this quartet of excellent explorations with a mix of 90s prog, techno and breakbeats all imbued with plenty of colour.
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 in stock $13.25
Dopen EP
Dopen EP (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: ARONIA 003. Rel: 05 Oct 23
Dopen (5:52)
Non-Terra (6:25)
Ontech (Perc mix) (6:37)
Enttt (5:06)
 in stock $15.63
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 $17.48
Esplora III
Esplora III (180 gram vinyl 12" in embossed sleeve)
Cat: HYPNUS 039. Rel: 27 Oct 23
Ciclo (6:42)
Altea (6:10)
Mecha (6:20)
Polimorfo (5:59)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $17.75
Princess Of The Posse (remastered)
Cat: KLB 01. Rel: 11 Oct 23
Princess Of The Posse (4:50)
Dibi Dibi DJ (5:16)
 in stock $15.88
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 $16.43
Foundation EP
Foundation EP (translucent red vinyl 12")
Cat: TIN 052. Rel: 27 Oct 23
Foundation (4:35)
Stamina (4:20)
Sekkle (4:58)
Make It Thru (feat PAB) (3:20)
Review: Toby Ross joins the Time Is Now family with four massive bass-driven bangers. Clean yet raw, airtight and hermetic breaks come among slews of laser faller SFX, sampled David Rodigan hypeups, and offbeat bubbles on 'Foundation', while the ensuing 'Stamina' prefers to wobble away next to "rudeboy!" shouts and patois murmurations. The B-side's 'Sekkle' takes a deeper dark garage turn, wresting our attention with "yos" and "yeahs", not to mention a massified sub-bass; finally, MC PAB delivers a wonderfully laid-back flow over the top of 'Make It Thru', getting at the quintessential character of UK breaks and garage today.
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 in stock $14.83
ARL 001
ARL 001 (hand-stamped 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: ARL 001. Rel: 05 Oct 23
17 (5:29)
17 (Dan Ghenacia remix) (6:14)
Evil Laugh (6:37)
Evil Laugh (Wareika remix) (3:25)
Evil Laugh (Snad remix) (2:51)
 in stock $15.11
12 Bells EP
12 Bells EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ABVFS 024. Rel: 01 Nov 23
Bass Unknown (4:33)
Six Mil (4:03)
12 Bells (4:20)
Be Free (Well Wicked) (4:30)
 in stock $16.43
20 Years Of Phonica: Sampler 4
Cat: PHONICA 038. Rel: 29 Nov 23
Tim Reaper & Comfort Zone - "Subterranean"
Toby Tobias - "On My Mind" (Freak mix)
Shy One - "Uncle G"
Kieran Jandu - "From My Soul"
Review: London wax institution Phonica continue to celebrate their 20th anniversary as a label in deep-digging, highly eclectic style. This fourth sampler continues to hint at a much larger VA album with a wide range of sounds across the techno/jungle axis. Tim Reaper & Comfort Zone get us in the groove with the savage drum funk of 'Subterranean' while Toby Tobias eases down the tempo and takes us to some mystical places on the Balearic-on-Mars funk of 'On My Mind'. Meanwhile on the flip Shy One goes full-on Co-Op / Bugz vibes with its sparse broken beat jazziness while Orphic's Kieran Jandu closes the EP on a bumping early 90s-inspired techno roll-out. Happy anniversary Phonica.

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 in stock $18.01
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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Molecular (limited 12")
Cat: OSH 24. Rel: 21 Nov 23
Molecular (6:03)
Prism (5:12)
Molecular (Kid Drama remix) (5:26)
Zoom (5:59)
Review: Vromm is back on the Over/Drive label with a new EP of spaced out and cosmic electronic energy. 'Molecular' is a restless mix of breaks and jungle effects, lots of squelchy sonic details and off-grid hits. 'Prism' is a moody and stripped back one with a minimal rhythm but plenty of gliding synth tension in the air then Kid Drama steps up to flip the opening cut into a rolling stomper with big horns. 'Zoom' closes out with more shiny metal surfaces, distant buzz saws and glistening melodies over a loose, jumbled rhythm.
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Free Ur Mind
Cat: DIST 001. Rel: 09 Nov 23
Free Ur Mind (5:26)
X (6:18)
Voices (5:34)
Man Of Speed (5:17)
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Ex:el (National Album Day 2023)
Ex:el (National Album Day 2023) (limited blue vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 558870 3. Rel: 14 Oct 23
San Francisco (4:52)
Spanish Heart (3:49)
Leo Leo (4:04)
Qmart (4:53)
Nephatiti (4:44)
Lift (5:13)
Ooops (4:40)
Empire (4:14)
In Yer Face (5:02)
Cubik (3:45)
Lambrusco Cowboy (3:51)
Techno Bell (5:01)
Olympic (4:13)
Review: ex:el is the third studio album by 808 State, originally released on 4 March 1991 by ZTT Records. In contrast to the band's previous work, the album features catchier melodies and heavier acid techno beats and percussion, embracing earlier flirtations with hip-hop and industrial. The album also features the guest vocals of Bernard Sumner of Joy Division and New Order, who sings on 'Spanish Heart' and Bjork, who sings on 'Qmart' and 'Ooops', and is credited with co-writing both. The album marked the start of a long-running working relationship between Bjork and Graham Massey, who wrote and remixed many tracks for her. Featuring two iof the band's most anthemic rave moments, too, in the shape of 'Cubik' and 'In Yer Face', we know you're not going to let this one slip from between your mitts.
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Played by: DJ Mau Mau
 in stock $41.86
Name It!
Name It! (2xLP)
Cat: T4T 013. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Luv (5:01)
Feel It (4:54)
There's More (5:03)
Believe (6:00)
With Others (6:34)
Close My Eyes (6:17)
Look (6:13)
In My Soul (6:29)
Review: Core T4T LUV NRG crew member Bored Lord is back with one of her most extensive releases to date - an album of transcendent queer rave music that confirms her visionary insight into what makes true dancefloor magic. As with so much transmitting from the T4T universe, there's an inherent sense of spirituality to these kaleidoscopic creations, but they're also fundamentally rooted in the strictures of rave. You'd never call it derivative, because there's a wild-eyed originality to the harmonic interplay which feels like teetering on the brink of a heavy trip, but it also feels eternal and comfortably familiar. As a combination of feels, it's devastatingly potent.
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 in stock $25.97
Come On In
Come On In (limited pink vinyl LP)
Cat: FAPO 8031731. Rel: 18 Oct 23
Been Mistreated (3:54)
Come On In (live) (3:34)
Let My Baby Ride (2:33)
Don't Stop Honey (4:19)
It's Bad You Know (1:36)
Just Like A Woman (3:30)
Come On In (part 2) (3:03)
Rollin' Tumblin' (remix) (4:09)
Please Don't Stay (2:51)
Shuck Dub (4:25)
Come On In (part 3) (2:32)
Heat (5:10)
 in stock $30.72
The Beat By Spun: West Coast Breakbeat Rave Electrofunk 1988-1994 Vol 2
Cat: BEATSPUN 002. Rel: 03 Oct 23
DJ EFX (Beta Test) - "Star Trax" (3:06)
Wechselspannung - "220V" (Extract) (6:36)
Jupiter 6 - "A8" (4:53)
The Ultraviolet Catastrophe - "The Trip (Trip Harder)" (7:22)
Electroliners - "Loose Caboose" (7:21)
High Lonesome Soundsystem - "Champion Sound" (4:32)
Single Cell Orchestra - "I Hear The DJ's Here" (5:05)
Jim Hopkins - "C'mon Now" (3:02)
Central Fire - "Kamba" (The Lost Session) (7:29)
DJ Emma - "The Duster" (Fuck Off & dance mix) (7:26)
Review: Continuing the Above Board label's flawless run of historical compilation projects, San Francisco legend DJ Spun has been invited back to paint another picture of a unique chapter in the Bay Area's rave history, from 1988 to 1994. Compared to the more storied East Coast and Midwest dance music movements, the unique brew of cultural backdrops and influences in SF and the surrounding area led to a particular strain of breakbeat rich in psychedelia, responding to the very different Californian climate. Across two slabs, this second volume takes us further into a lesser told story of rave's early days, featuring cult legends long overdue recognition for their distinctive approaches to electronic dance music.
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Played by: Marco Gallerani
 in stock $29.67
The Beat By Spun: West Coast Breakbeat Rave Electrofunk 1988-1994 Vol 3
Cat: BEATSPUN 003. Rel: 30 Oct 23
Tasti Box - "San Francisco" (7:53)
Mattski - "Live At The Brotherhood" (7:10)
Bass Kittens - "Get A Grip" (Mission St mix) (6:37)
Housebound - "Electro Rhythms" (9:33)
Hawke - "3 Moods In A Purple Garden" (Robbie Hardkiss mix) (6:59)
Trailmix - "Tequilla Sunset" (6:43)
Studio X - "Los Kings Del Mambo" (6:17)
Deep2 - "Sphere" (live dub) (8:00)
Review: New York maestro and Loose Control Band member DJ Spun has served up a superb compilation for Above Board here. It is his third such collection and one that focusses on the specific subject of West Coast breaks, rave and electro funk from the late eighties to mid-cities. It was a fertile scene by this account and one that still sounds current today, right from the blistering open eats and trance-like synths of Tasti Box's 'San Francisco' to Deep2's old school house jacker 'Sphere' which closes out the double pack. In between are plenty of gems, not least the deep and dreamy sounds of Hawke's '3 Moods In A Purple Garden' (Robbie Hardkiss mix).
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Played by: Marco Gallerani
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You've Come A Long Way Baby (half speed remastered) (National Album Day 2023)
Cat: 405053 8919004. Rel: 14 Oct 23
Right Here, Right Now
The Rockafeller Skank
Fucking 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 $29.41
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 $46.10
Environment 7003
Cat: CDTOT 89. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Future Testaments
Resting Point
A Desolate Stretch Of Night Road
Where All Is Ending
I'm Eating Here
Echos Of Inherent Sense
A Space In The Subsequent Familiar
Drift Incline
Absence Of Solution
Awkward Shape
 in stock $14.31
Environment 7003
Cat: LPTOT 89. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Future Testaments (4:12)
Resting Point (2:02)
A Desolate Stretch Of Night Road (5:54)
Where All Is Ending (3:41)
Overwrite (5:05)
I'm Eating Here (3:54)
Echos Of Inherent Sense (1:09)
A Space In The Subsequent Familiar (4:30)
Drift Incline (4:18)
Trichome (4:10)
Absence Of Solution (5:43)
Kwaahu (4:43)
Review: FSOL continue to be a prolific force in the sonic universe of their own making. The Environments series they started in 2007 has come to a head with a trio of albums over the past year and this is the last of them. There's a pointed callback at work on Environment 7.003, the cover explicitly referencing seminal early album ISDN, and the album is scattered with subtle nods to those mid 90s glory days. But The Future Sound Of London has always been about pushing forwards and that's precisely what Brian Dougans and Garry Cobain do on this resplendent suite of electronica, sure to satisfy the die hard fans without lazily rehashing old ideas.
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Cat: PP 094. Rel: 17 Oct 23
Girl's (feat Michael Kime) (4:35)
Funklude (feat Eden Burns) (1:47)
I Am Emotional (2:43)
Baby B (3:55)
Call Me (4:21)
In Between (feat Michael Kime) (4:18)
It's OK (feat Michael Kime) (3:30)
I'd Rather Be (3:14)
Feel Right (3:11)
Yawn' (2:08)
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Hidden Gems Vol 2
Cat: YUMNJ 3. Rel: 07 Nov 23
Get Hype (feat Krayzee Thoughts & Luvain)
Feelings Inside (feat Saffron)
Bring That Beat Back
Lovin' U (feat Luvain)
Review: NJoi's Hidden Gems series exists primarily to plug gaps in their catalogue, featuring as it does previously unreleased cuts that first featured in their live shows in the early 90s. Some of these have been reconstructed and finally "finished off", though pleasingly they still sound like unheard period pieces. They begin with 'Get Hype', a stab-happy, rave-era hip-house workout featuring Krayzee Thoughts and Luvain, before reuniting with 'Anthem' vocalist Saffron on the piano-powered breakbeat house rush of 'Feelings Inside'. Over on side B, 'Bring That Beat Back' is a Hoover bassline sporting slab of Belgian rave/Yorkshire bleep/London hardcore fusion, while 'Lovin' U' is giddy, glassy-eyed and rushing, with wiggly acid lines and life-affirming piano riffs catching the ear.
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 in stock $15.63
Skreamizm Vol 8
Skreamizm Vol 8 (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: PLAT 19606V. Rel: 09 Nov 23
HIT (4:22)
Funky Sailor (feat Trim) (3:58)
The Flute Track (3:04)
Not Ready Yet (4:57)
Wierd Minimal (feat Bklava) (6:01)
My Body (5:29)
Devon Analogue Raver (7:29)
Waiheke Island (with Prospa) (5:34)
Your Love (feat Lagoon Wavey) (6:34)
Roy The Boy (5:07)
Thinking Of You (4:07)
Review: Skream has shown over the years he was never content to just rest on his reputation as one of the pioneers of dubstep's early days. His swerves into house, techno, disco and other sounds have been determined enough to push him into the position he holds today as a multi-genre maven free to indulge any tempo or style he pleases, and Skreamizm Vol. 8 celebrates that in no uncertain terms. There's plenty of the man's swagger on the production, while guest bars from the likes of Trim up the ante in terms of party-starting prowess, but there's also space for vulnerability on the likes of 'Not Ready Yet'. If the Skreamizm series has always been a marker for where the artist is at, then get ready for a heavyweight update.
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 in stock $31.00
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