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New releases last four weeks: Breakbeat

Breakbeat vinyl released in the last four weeks
Items 1 to 18 of 18 on page 1 of 1
Cat: REZ 29TWENTYNINE. Rel: 17 Jul 24
Mobius Trip (8:03)
Below The Belt (6:39)
D Ya Want Business (7:59)
Jazz Stretch (7:43)
Review: Border Patrol (Stu Adam) brings his talents to Rezpektiva, who gladly represent his first and only EP for the 29th edition of their EPs series. Originally recorded for Middlesboro's Tumblin' Records in the mid 90s and released only in small quantities, the EP displays a canny sense of variety in painting pictures of house music's many possible worlds. The hilariously named 'Mobius Trip' leads the way, trailblazing a fiery string of pitched-up synths and watery stabs in its wake; the more experimental of the bunch, 'D'ya Want Business', is our favourite, bringing pure lowpassed kicks, infectious two-tone electroclash-ish basslines, and what sound like computer keyboard and lasershot sound effects into one heady cyberspatial stew.
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 in stock $17.76
Toxic Funk Vol 14
Cat: BBP 230. Rel: 04 Jul 24
Get Up Get Down (3:59)
Daa-Da (3:47)
Review: "Breakbeat" means many different things to many different people; perhaps among Juno's customers, the term signifies hard-edged apocalpytic bangouts against judderingly dark soundscapes, completely missing the trick of the fact that its earliest form was a kind of hip-hop that simply emphasised the funk backbeat as a central part. The Breakbeat Junkie are more than worthy reps of the latter category; they here bring the whopping 14th instalment of their Toxic Funk series to the fore, with two funky cuts from the beat master The Breakbeat Junkie himself.
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 in stock $12.90
Your First Lesson EP
Cat: 333F 002. Rel: 11 Jul 24
To The Situation (7:30)
Reedown (7:51)
Your First Lesson (9:09)
Review: Dark breaksy brain-addler Colombo proves his mettle on latest 12", 'Your First Lesson'. A primal pedagogy of pitiless percs and brash breaks, Colombo nonetheless maintains a really rude sense of rollage here, one that other breaks producers would perhaps find themselves too impatient to maintain. 'To The Situation' pits a deeply muted Reese against a skin-snagging beat, over which a vixen voiceover muses on the antagonisms and war stances of life. 'Reedown' and 'Your First Lesson' seem to express the same grim sentiment - as though life must be fought to the death for - evoking womping militancies and cavernous streetside nether-regions.
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Everybody Everybody (reissue)
Cat: FHPR 18. Rel: 15 Jul 24
Everybody Everybody (feat Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band) (4:06)
Break Ya Neck (feat Danny Drive Thru) (3:47)
Review: As the man behind so many of the beats for Jurassic 5, not to mention an in-demand producer in many other places, Nu Mark has got chops for days. Roaming free on his own Hot Plate label, last year's Run For Cover was loaded with crisp, seriously funkified gems, and now two of the best have been pressed up as a tidy 7" for all those who love their platters compact. On the A side, 'Everybody Everybody' throws some tropical tones and exuberant organs into the blender with tough boom bap and plenty more besides, making for one sunny blast of a tune. On the flip Danny Drive Thru pops by to add some irreverent vocal madness into the mix on 'Break Ya Neck'.
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 in stock $15.06
I Like Your Style
I Like Your Style (single-sided 7")
Cat: DUDE 1. Rel: 12 Jul 24
I Like Your Style (4:16)
Review: Cold Diggin' kick off a new series here that is designed to acquaint you with the talents of 'The Dude Ya Love To Hate. We can't find out much information about he, or she, or them, but can only assume more is to come given this 7" has its own catalogue naming convention. This first limited one-off pressing comes on one-sided black vinyl with a silk screen print. 'I Like Your Stye' is raw and irresistible jungle, library and funk fusion from front to back. A great one to cop, and a great new artist to keep tabs on for sure.
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FOXBAM INC 002 (180 gram pink vinyl 12")
Cat: FBI 002. Rel: 24 Jun 24
Egebamyasi - "Goldtooth" (6:08)
Foxtrot vs Ma Bla - "Deep Down Inside" (5:46)
bRz vs Stije - "ISCO" (12:48)
Review: FOXBAM INC is back to build on the momentum of their first EP with a second one that packs a mighty punch. This one kicks off with EBY, who this year has been cooking up acid for 40 years and here offers the warped low ends and garage-techno power of 'Goldtooth'. Foxtrot vs Ma Bla then mashes up old school samples with earth-shattering bass on 'Deep Down Inside' and bRz vs Stije is a double-time hard techno stomper with warped synths and twisted bass that is inspired by and named after ISCO, a concept from Einstein's general theory of relativity that makes predictions about the dynamics of black holes.
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Flash (silver vinyl 12")
Cat: RX 9S. Rel: 17 Jul 24
Flash (6:09)
Dope Computer (4:50)
Face (5:39)
Players Anthem (4:21)
Review: The classical-inclined RAWAX crew looks back to another great retro EP here and reintroduces Orlando Voorn under his FIX alias. His superb Flash 12" was originally released on KMS Records in 1992 and this new pressing of it features the original plus bonus tracks 'Face' and 'Players Anthem.' As you would expect given the heritage, these are all timeless outings. 'Flash' is the most well-known with its wonky lead hook and coarse drums and perc. 'Dope Computer' brings some zippy motifs and electro-funk-inspired drums and 'Face' then gets more smooth and seductive with a garage-tinged groove. 'Players Anthem' is a bright, visceral, off-balanced rhythm that sounds like little else before or since.
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Melodia (remastered)
Cat: GLOSSYFLOOR 04. Rel: 16 Jul 24
Alien 8 (6:24)
Heaven (5:48)
Melodia (6:41)
Melodia 95 (6:47)
Review: Reissued from Future Sound of Melbourne's iconic Melodia EP, originally released in 1992 with two additional bonus tracks, this meticulously remastered collection promises that same dancefloor excitement. Remixed by Damian Schwartz, the EP blends techno, rave house, and breakbeat piano anthems that evoke the golden era of electronic music with a contemporary twist. Founded in 1990 by Davide Carbone, Josh Abrahams, and Steve Robbins, FSOM's legacy resonates worldwide. 'Alien' kicks off the EP with upbeat 90s techno vibes, followed by the euphoric rave anthem 'Heaven.' 'Melodia' is a breakbeat piano banger, and 'Melodia 95, a fresh take on the classic, showcases FSOM's enduring innovation.
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 in stock $20.19
Valley Center
Cat: CKNOWLP 5. Rel: 27 Jun 24
Submersible (5:21)
Green Level (4:57)
Kinda Deep (3:53)
Moon Halo (1:50)
Catharsis (feat Melody Mundaca - remix) (3:53)
Valley Winds (3:52)
3 AM (4:33)
Review: Virginia's Stimulator Jones channels all things jungle on Valley Center, his debut album on Craigie Knowes. Sam Lunsford is multi-talented genre-spanning artist; from songwriting to singing, programming drum machines to drumming, performing live to DJing, Valley Center flaunts it all; Lunsford's seamless genre-hopping skills with the outcome an LP packed with tracks that wouldn't sound out of place on LTJ Bukem's Logical Progression series or in the Metalheadz archives. From the skittery, airy and scratchy off of 'Submersible' to the more-than-deep abyssal movements of 'Kinda Deep' and the penultimate jump-up swang of 'Valley Winds', Valley Center is a full-length swim through a preternatural valley, whose meandering river flows with not only brackish waters, but also impossible liquids.
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 in stock $18.29
System Reset (Still Based On Electricity)
Two Lovers
Twisted Love
Ai, You Beautiful Lie
My House (Is Your House)
Stoje Sama W Lesie (Alone In The Forrest)
Alainsan Bued
Eternity (feat United States Of Ameisia)
Lemon Buttermilk
Only With You
Review: Daniela La Luz returns with her third album, System Reset, on her own label Dimension Of Being Human. Created after her long illness and her father's death, it parallels the planet's delicate state and the duality of joy and mortality in life. Written in Berlin and Munich, the artist connects past, present, and future as she sings in English, Polish, and Arabic. The AI-generated artwork complements her music's blend of light and darkness in a record that stylishly spans jazz, house, techno, pop, wave, electro, ambient, and dub while offering both dance-friendly tracks and beatless interludes. It's a poignant and personal work.
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For Young Minds
Cat: SER 006. Rel: 01 Jul 24
Nail - "Day After" (7:26)
Nail - "Pad On" (7:04)
Trixie, Connor Male, Thoma Bulwer - "Impromptune" (6:29)
Trixie - "Restless Sculptures" (6:01)
Review: Mental health charity label Serenity keeps it sophisticated with its sixth outing and once again donates all proceeds to charity this time Young Minds. It is underground house mainstay and DiY Discs legend Nail who steps up first with a much more breezy and balmy sound than you would expect but it sure is lush. 'Pad On' slips into his more usual and driving house sound but with swirling pads up top for summery refinement. Trixie, Connor Male & Thoma Bulwer then get deep and late night with their punchy 'Impromptune' while Trixie's solo cut 'restless sculptures' is a jacked-up and percussive number that leans into techno.
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Bloodlines (2xLP)
Cat: PBR 010. Rel: 25 Jun 24
No Brainer (4:55)
Kabballah (5:17)
Habibi (4:18)
Breaks Over Baghdad (4:36)
Babylonia (3:58)
Wenu Dub (4:44)
Cat (4:25)
Hot Cat Summer (5:30)
Cats Of Iraq (5:07)
Abi (5:10)
Review: Three years in the making, Peaky Beats' debut ten-track LP Bloodlines takes us on a journey through ancient and modern Middle-Eastern sounds fused with the whole gamut of UK bass music. Whether riffing off the mystical promises of the Jewish 'Kabbalah' or the feline gaze of the 'Cats Of Iraq', this is hardly a record sharing in the moody obsessional headnods evinced by Muslimgauze; instead, all tracks here are weighty two-steppers' gut-punctures, squeezing reams of tricksy garagey fun from the otherwise sparse reference to the Middle East - though this is eventually thoroughly fleshed out, especially in the use of characteristically Levantine samples in the breakdowns and transitions.
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Resort (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ITLP 19. Rel: 01 Jul 24
Hedwig Transformation Group (4:55)
Nostaglitch (4:31)
Reminiscrmx (4:33)
Element (5:43)
Waldmeister (4:33)
Daytime Gamer (6:48)
Schneiders Paradox (5:34)
BB Care (5:18)
Terminal Z (5:14)
Holzl Was A Dancer (5:40)
7AM At The Rodeo (5:17)
Vitamin 313 (5:22)
Review: The next level beat maker and sound designer that is Skee Mask returns to long-time home label Ilian Tape with another bold and brilliant album, Resort. It's an album that expands on the artist's usual sound with fusions of celestial ambient, IDM sound design and lithe, rhythmic techno drums. There are breakbeats on 'Reminiscrmx' backlit by heavenly pads, 'Schneiders Paradox' is marbled with zippy pads and raw drum hits, 'BB Care' glistens with a futuristic glow and 'Holzl Was A Dancer' slips into a shuffling, UKG tinged dub house pumper. It's a wild, wonderful ride that reaches all new levels for this already accomplished producer.
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Hidden In The Chaos
Hidden In The Chaos (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: CHXIV 011. Rel: 18 Jul 24
Rage & Harmony (8:33)
The Laughing Heart (4:59)
Illusions Of You (dub) (5:45)
Dusk God (7:06)
Review: Chapelle XIV Music, Yoyaku's art gallery label, signs up Shaun Soomro for this beautiful EP which combines elements for mind, body and soul. 'Rage & Harmony' kicks off with some dusty breakbeats and is doused in silky pads awash with subtle euphoria. 'The Laughing Heart' is a blissful ambient interlude full of texture and timbre and 'Illusions Of You (dub)' is a moment of go-slow loveliness on a codeine-paced rhythm. 'Dusk God' shuts down with more misty, grainy, lo-fi ambient and dub fusions.
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Basis (hand-stamped 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ITX 033. Rel: 01 Jul 24
Just (6:02)
Flip (6:37)
Givven (6:56)
Sunray (6:53)
Review: Ilian Tape is back with a new entry into their ITX Series and as always it comes with four interesting but unhelpful keywords from the Munich crew themselves: Mind-expanding Spaceship Customer Support. The music sure is cosmic and mind-expanding from Struciton, who opens with the thrilling breakbeats of 'Just' which are wired up with fizzing synths and whirring machine noises. 'Flip' then gets busy with a nimble rhythm and bright, pixelated synth sequences and spangled percussion. 'Givven' strips things back a little to a more deep and dubbed-out but still vital groove while 'Sunray' is a mind-melting deep space trip. Unique as always, this one.
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Demonoid (warehouse find)
Demonoid (warehouse find) (12" limited to 50 copies)
Cat: GR 050. Rel: 09 Jul 24
Demonoid (feat Porter Ricks) (6:41)
Oil King (Narration By Dr Theodore Parsons) (4:54)
Mindbender (6:16)
Atomic Buddha (feat Alec Empire) (5:48)
 in stock $21.52
Eight Years In The Dance
Eight Years In The Dance (translucent red & blue marbled vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: SNFLP 017. Rel: 11 Jul 24
Koko - "About Our Amore" (5:03)
Sobstory - "Wanna Feel" (6:18)
Subjoi - "I Can't Explain" (5:25)
Adelphi Music Factory - "Everybody's Dancing" (3:27)
Bryson Hill - "Disco In The Desert" (4:47)
Absoloute & HRSN - "Til Morning" (3:28)
Third Son & Kilig - "Heavy Lifting" (4:19)
Pagan - "Feel So Good" (6:03)
Holo - "Piano Principle" (3:46)
BOP - "Holographic Joy" (3:59)
Paul Rudder - "Check It Out" (5:47)
Lydia Eisenblatter - "Go High" (6:07)
Testpress - "We Can Always Go Back To Live" (2:39)
Dimmish - "You & I" (6:36)
Lis Sarroca - "Mekdantel" (6:22)
Toby Ross - "Cool It" (5:07)
Review: Shall Not Fade's annual birthday compilations have a history of being exceptionally strong, with founder Kieran Williams choosing to showcase previously unreleased tracks from both label regulars and new family members. Their latest, marking the Bristol-based imprint's eight birthday, is another action-packed treat, with 16 tracks stretched across two slabs of marbled wax. Starting with the tactile, loved-up dreaminess of Koko's 'About Our Amore', the collection flits between breakbeat-driven dreaminess (SOBSTORY), muscular house pumpers (Adelphi Music Factory), speed garage revivalism (Absolute and HRSN, Paul Rudder), trance-fired techno (Pagan), morning-fresh electro (Holo), happy hardcore flashbacks (Testpress) and sweat-soaked jungle madness (Toby Ross).
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Moving On
Moving On (limited LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BOMBMOVIN 01V. Rel: 04 Jul 24
I Been Good (feat Fullee Love) (3:09)
Dance With Me (feat Carys Abigail) (3:11)
Strut (3:04)
Get Out The House (feat Afrika Baby Bam) (2:40)
Doin' My Thing (3:59)
Here It Comes (2:57)
Get Loose (feat Dr Syntax & Professor Elemental) (2:29)
Watch Me Walk (feat Carys Abigail) (3:14)
Gimme Soul (3:15)
Bap Bap (2:39)
Love Inside (3:10)
Talkin' (2:33)
Review: X-Ray Ted's debut album, Moving On, is a tremendous journey through the realms of Funk, Soul, Hip Hop, and Breaks. With meticulous attention to detail and a keen ear for hidden musical treasures, X-Ray Ted delivers a collection that seamlessly blends vintage sounds with modern flair. From the infectious guitar riffs to the irresistible beats, each track on the album exudes an infectious energy that is guaranteed to get listeners moving on the dancefloor. What truly sets Moving On apart is the stellar lineup of collaborators, including hip-hop luminaries like Afrika Baby Bam and Fullee Love, as well as the soulful vocals of Carys Abigail. Together, they create a musical tapestry that effortlessly bridges the gap between retro vibes and contemporary beats, offering listeners a timeless experience that celebrates the rich history of music while embracing the future.
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