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Waterfall (12")
Cat: TRIANGLE 22. Rel: 28 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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Cat: WPR 020. Rel: 26 Apr 17
  1. Fallow & Alex Compton - "String Assassin" (3:49)
  2. Kaido - "Kennedy Bridge" (4:27)
  3. Zha - "Without" (3:47)
  4. Nakes - "Moksha" (4:02)
Review: White Peach's admirable Peach Bits series, which draws together previously unreleased gems from the label's growing roster of artists, has reached its fifth volume. While previous volumes have largely aimed squarely at the dancefloor, this edition is more eclectic in outlook. Compare, for example, the paranoid, exotic darkness of Kaido's deep dubstep rattler "Kennedy Bridge" and the Eastern mysticism - via the Spanish Riviera - of Zha's "Without", which pairs gentle dubstep rhythms with lilting Japanese melody lines and flamenco guitar flourishes. Or, for that matter, the drowsy, post-rock-meets-dubstep haze of Fallow and Alex Compton's "String Assassin", and the blissfully exotic, almost Balearic melodies of Nakes' thrillingly positive dubstep shuffler "Moksha".
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Fog (12" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: PRESH 001. Rel: 15 May 18
  1. Fog (4:58)
  2. Shrine (5:42)
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Dying On Acid (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: MEDI 099. Rel: 04 Jan 18
  1. Fugazi (feat Elif Dikec) (3:08)
  2. Shivy (feat Dedw8) (6:40)
  3. Dying On Acid (6:27)
  4. Sharkeyes (feat Rider Shafique) (4:15)
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Space Time (12")
Cat: CLV 002. Rel: 27 Oct 17
  1. Space-time (5:12)
  2. Mist (5:32)
  3. Spirit Of The Forces (4:37)
  4. Space-time (TMSV remix) (4:29)
Played by: Murk
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Hydrated (12")
Cat: GB 014. Rel: 12 Dec 17
  1. Hydrated (4:53)
  2. Crusher (5:14)
  3. Clean 131 (5:15)
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Thug EP (12")
Cat: ALBION 004. Rel: 24 Apr 18
  1. Glume - "Thug" (3:19)
  2. Glume & Flo - "Skateland" (3:46)
  3. Glume & Flo - "Skateland" (Sepia remix) (4:15)
Review: Glume, Flo and Sepia all on one hefty slab of wax. You already know how this is going to go down. Gloopy, swampy with just the right amount of swagger, "Thug" lives up to its name with weight and class. Flip for the midrange bounce as he teams up with Slovenian brethren Flo on the bounced-packed "Skatepark". Need a little more dubspace? Jump straight on Sepia's lesson in restraint. Thug life.
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Cat: SUBA 001. Rel: 11 Aug 17
  1. Transmission Failure (6:41)
  2. Fluid Foundation (6:09)
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Find Jah Way (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: PENGSOUND 001. Rel: 26 Jan 16
  1. Gorgon Sound - "Find Jah Way"
  2. Dubkasm - "Find Jah Way" (version)
Review: Peng Sound revisit their highly sought after debut release. Just shy of two years old, it still rattles and hums with authentic dub warmth and drama. Gorgon Sound's original bubbles with bouncy heat as the bass modulations spring off the double-up kicks. Dubkasm's version is equally alluring as we're invited into a much wider space where guitar shots and other melodic elements are entwined into the mix. One timeless composition, two killer versions, if you weren't lucky enough to grab this first time round, you know what to do!
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Cat: SEN 005. Rel: 17 Apr 18
  1. Dip Dip Potato Chip (4:07)
  2. Illa (3:28)
Review: Recovering from the damage caused by Caspa's "Gutter Riddim" earlier this year, Youngsta's Sentry returns with a rightfully-hyped newcomer Gramz. Following a strong range of flips and self-releases, here we find the UK talent in full vinyl mode with two ridiculously on-point 140 jams. "Dip Dip Potato Chip" is every bit as tasty and filling as it sounds. Trippy, slurring and woozier than a disgraced celeb, this one sucks you right in and doesn't even bother to chew you up; it just swallows you whole. "Illa" takes the freakiness to even more refreshingly vital levels with its pitched ghetto vocals and drill-like snares. As with all previous Sentry releases, this is nothing short of essential.
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Falling (12")
Cat: BOKA 046. Rel: 31 Aug 17
  1. Falling (4:26)
  2. Untitled (5:50)
  3. Untitled (Quest remix) (4:40)
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Holy Dub (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: LIONCHG 022. Rel: 30 May 18
  1. Holy Dub (4:40)
  2. Holy Dub (Digid Steppas remix) (5:10)
Review: Debut release from Greg Ault and Joel Cresser-Brown aka Halcyonic & G Roots (Transient Audio/Suspect Packages) on London dub champions Lion Charge, featuring the MC talents of Tenor Steppa. Bass driven dub reggae with deep roots on A side cut "Holy Dub". The flip welcomes Belgian Digid back to the label, with his heavyweight Steppa's remix featuring the same Jah vibes as heard on countless releases for the likes of Moonshine, Dubbing Sun and Archetype in recent times. Proper sound system music.
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Mad Hatter (12")
Cat: CRUCIAL 016. Rel: 13 Mar 18
  1. Mad Hatter (5:08)
  2. Galata (4:58)
Review: Rotterdam's Hebbe continues his rich vein of trippy form with this debut on Crucial. "Mad Hatter" lives up to its name as it pings with warped textures that fly in and out when they're not supposed to while "Galata" stomps and swaggers with dusty eastern strings as it gradually develops a stern vocal message. Crucial by name.
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Cat: 7EVEN 018.1. Rel: 06 Jan 11
  1. Summertime
  2. Ride The Wind
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Helicraft (12")
Cat: 7EVEN 05. Rel: 27 Nov 08
  1. Helicraft
  2. Dub 4 P
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Gong Tau EP (hand-stamped hand-numberd 12" + signed sticker limited to 200 copies)
Cat: EMB 001. Rel: 30 Nov 16
  1. Gong Tau (3:29)
  2. Shen (4:58)
  3. 5AM Workout (4:31)
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Scavenger (12")
Cat: NMN 009. Rel: 07 Jan 14
  1. Scavenger
  2. Scavenger (TMSV remix)
Review: It's finally landed. Word of this driving slab of pneumatic techno-teased dubstep first emerged on FatKidOnFire in the spring of 2012. Powered by a pulsating heartbeat bass warp, enveloping synth washes and relentless rhythm dynamic that simply won't quit, it comes complete with a distinctive sitar hook that refuses to leave your ears for years. It's complemented by an equally disarming remix from TMSV where a snake-like percussion line takes the lead and the elements are dragged into a swamp of rich sub bass. Get scavenging as soon as you.
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Cat: UA 027. Rel: 24 Jan 18
  1. Original Pressing (6:59)
  2. Dubwise 07 (5:07)
  3. Release (5:33)
Review: The latest weighty four-tracker from Seven's Uprise Audio imprint comes from Indiji, an artist who has previously released a handful of digital-only singles. This first appearance on wax is a typically atmospheric and low-slung affair. On the A-side you'll find the tumbling sub-bass, mid-tempo beats and dreamy pads of "Original Pressing", where metallic hits and dub delays help create a thoroughly mind-bending mood. Flip for the more obviously reggae-influenced "Dubwise 07", all intergalactic electronics, ricocheting riffs and soulful vocal samples rising above a booming, deep dubstep groove, and the more atmospheric "Release", which boasts stabbing sub-bass motifs and an extended, utterly blazed intro.
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C5 (12")
Cat: TEC 101. Rel: 25 Apr 18
  1. Ishan Sound & Hodge - "C5" (4:37)
  2. Ishan Sound & Muttley - "Still Smoking" (4:24)
Review: Having recently notched up 100 releases, Tectonic begins a new era by offering up a suitably weighty collaborative release from Peng Sound regular Ishan Sound. On side A, the Young Echo member joins forces with Hodge - owner of the nicest hair in techno - for the deep and dreamy dubstep shuffle of "C5", where fluid riffs dance above a blazed but powerful beat. Muttley lends a hand on flipside cut "Still Smoking", an altogether livelier and more aggressive - if still suitably deep and hazy - 140 BPM workout that comes complete with stabbing, grime style riffs and some serious subsonic bass.
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Lurker (12")
Cat: BLACKLIST 004. Rel: 22 Sep 16
  1. Lurker At The Threshold (3:33)
  2. Heavy Machyn Gun (1:55)
  3. Deadeadead (1:59)
  4. Phix (feat Gantz) (2:26)
Review: Previously spotted on Boomarm Nation, Turkish bass experimentalists make their debut on Innamind's Blacklist imprint with four of the nuttiest, most far-out tracks you'll hear this season. Sitting somewhere between Modeselektor and Squarepusher but with dubbier roots, highlights include the tripped out harmonic headiness of "Heavy Machyn Gun" and "Phix", the slo-mo white knuckle ride with fellow Turk Gantz. Off the planetary hook.
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Shark Eye/Asutoraru (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ARTKL 028. Rel: 23 Jan 18
  1. Shark Eye (4:10)
  2. Asutoraru (5:59)
Review: Taking a savage bite out of 2018 before January is even out, Artikal don J:Kenzo strides forth with two show-stopping cuts. "Shark Eye" has all the killer instinct coded deep into sprung drums and restrained but ominous bass growls. "Asutoraru" on the flip drives with more of an upbeat feel thanks to its rolling percussion, staccato riff and pneumatic, soul-flattening kicks. We're going to need a bigger sub.
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Cat: TEMPA 108. Rel: 03 May 16
  1. J Kenzo - "Ruffhouse" (Om Unit remix) (4:26)
  2. Nomine - "Blind Man" (Om Unit remix) (6:05)
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Cat: TCR 002. Rel: 17 Oct 17
  1. Again Again (feat Ras Tinny) (4:41)
  2. Again Again (Alpha & Omega remix) (4:40)
  3. Again A Version (4:26)
  4. Again A Version (Akcept remix) (4:51)
Review: Korean German mystic mister JahYu returns to his own label Tripedal Cow. Teaming up with Ras Tinny, it's the strongest message of our time as they directly call out one of the most loathsome of UK politicians, citing the state of urgency across the world. The original and Version are deep digi dub excursions marinated in spirituality and space while remixes from Alpha & Omega and the currently unavoidable Akcept rattle with weight as they direct themselves square at the dance. Movement is the message.
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Cat: FAV 007. Rel: 05 Jun 18
  1. Sound System (4:12)
  2. Sound System (Akcept remix) (4:41)
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ENV 008 (12")
Cat: ENV 008. Rel: 10 Jan 17
  1. Leaper (5:05)
  2. SOL (4:41)
  3. Mysticism (with Helktram) (5:10)
Review: Keeping it loose as we wade into a new year, Encrypted Audio ask Japan's Karnage back for more faraway jams. As with previous outings together, it's an enveloping sea of shades ranging from the woozily bent and cascading tones of "Leaper" that almost slime off the beats to the bleary flute loop that's mangled with precision levels of uplift on "Mysticism". In between we have the industrial strength "SOL" which sounds like a steel foundry melted into a waveform. Powerful.
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Realise (12")
Cat: IFS 006. Rel: 09 May 17
  1. Realise (feat Rider Shafique) (5:11)
  2. Bayside Shakedown (4:15)
Review: Fresh from his Encrypted excursion earlier this year, Karnage returns with two more powerful packages of pure future. "Realise" features the smoky, purring tones of Rider Shafique who calls for unity over paranoid dynamics and shattered rim shots. Most commonly spotted around the 160 mark with the likes of Sam Binga, Rider's control at 140 is just as strong, as anyone who's familiar with Ishan Sound will already know. "Bayside Shakedown" taps into Karnage's eastern roots with its processed rising percussion before dropping into organs straight out of a zombie b-movie. Incredible scenes.
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Cat: WPR 013. Rel: 09 Sep 16
  1. Beast (3:23)
  2. Nightcrawler (4:02)
Review: Sukh Knight on White Peach. The stars really have aligned on this one. White Peach's penchant for innovative newness and Sukh's nose for rolling funk that's rooted in the late 2000s style while never looking nostalgic or like its covering old ground: you already know how good this is. "Beast" is the deeper roller of the pair with its pneumatic, well-oiled rhythm flowing like lava and the bass purring beneath. "Nightcrawler" is an instant banger with its ruffage sandpaper riff providing dry gully slaps and cheeky grime bass ping-pongs on the ones and fours. Classic Sukh. Classic White Peach.
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Cat: CV 008. Rel: 23 Feb 18
  1. Scorpion (4:41)
  2. Creation (4:18)
  3. First Contact (4:41)
  4. Scorpion (DJ Madd 160 remix) (5:22)
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Stroll On (12")
Cat: ENV 016. Rel: 10 May 18
  1. Stroll On (3:24)
  2. Bad News (3:44)
  3. Trappy Dub (3:40)
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Good News From Mars (10" + MP3 download code)
Cat: FRIDG 013. Rel: 19 Nov 14
  1. Good News From Mars
  2. Blurred Vision
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Dub Runners EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ECHO 005. Rel: 15 May 18
  1. LQ - "Dub Runners" (Hardware mix) (4:31)
  2. LQ - "Dub Runners" (Ishan Sound remix) (4:02)
  3. LQ & Midnight Dubs - "Dubplate Jugglin'" (5:41)
Review: Echo Chamber sound bossman LQ takes us back to the rare-as-hens-teeth Echo Plate dub from 2016 with two new twists. The Hardware mix cuts straight to the chase with the dominant alien croaking bassline taking centre stage almost instantly. Ishan Sound then continues to add a little more theatre with lavish strokes of eastern strings and added layers of percussion. Finally we have a brand new cut "Dubplate Jugglin'". Following LQ and Midnight Dubs' last co-lab "Smuggler's Anthem", it's another thoroughbred jungle twist with full attention paid to the brain-melting detailed drum edits. Get running.
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Terror (12")
Cat: ARTKL 027. Rel: 01 Aug 17
  1. Terror (4:44)
  2. Industrial (6:14)
Review: Kosheen member Mark Morrison re-emerged last year with a new dubstep-focused alias, Markee Ledge. Having seen a new generation of DJs lap up his debut release on Tempa (and a couple of similarly impressive follow-up EPs), he's naturally keen to ram home his advantage. Hence this fine two track collaboration with Tempa stalwart Youngsta. The experienced duo hits the mark with "Terror", where unflinchingly heavy sub-bass and weighty analogue thrusts punch through atmospheric textures, paranoid vocal samples and a stripped-back but punchy rhythm track. The duo's love of dub is explored in greater detail on the more traditional dubstep shuffle of "Industrial", whose title was seemingly inspired by their choice of metallic background effects.
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Wildfire (10")
Cat: IMRV 016. Rel: 02 Jun 16
  1. Wildfire (4:48)
  2. Lintumies (4:38)
Review: Longstanding Innamind representative Mikael sparks up our inner freaks once more with two system-primed sub smashers. "Wildfire" see-saws on a pivot-like atonal riff over a lolloping sub/kick flow and big splash rimshots while "Lintumies" is a spacier jam where stretched outer-space aesthetics play games with your head and the bass keeps kicking you out of orbit.
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Cat: RTAPES 001. Rel: 15 Feb 17
  1. Mizz Beats & Von D - "Dot Compulsion" (6:35)
  2. Mr Lager & Von D - "Some Other Place" (4:08)
Review: For their debut 12", freshly minted label Reflektion Tapes has pulled off something of a coup by signing up Von D, a storied producer who has released killer material on such imprints as Apron, Trojan Audio, Sub Freq and Black Acre. On this outing, the Frenchman showcases a pair of collaborative tracks. On the A you'll find "Dub Compulsion", a deliciously soulful, organic sounding hook-up with Deep Medi and Eglo sort Mizz Beats. While the crispy beats and bassline and suitably heavy, it's the wavering vocal samples and sparkling keys that really catch the ear. Former Diagrams man Mr Lager lends a hand on side two's "Some Other Place", a deep space fusion of delay-laden percussion hits, ultra-deep bass and swirling, intergalactic atmospherics.
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What If We Drink Coffee (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RARE 8. Rel: 05 Jun 18
  1. Nation Nation (5:06)
  2. Ghost Sleep (4:01)
  3. What If We Drink Coffee (5:57)
Review: Bean grinding business; new Dutch driller Mob Killa makes his debut with a hot cup of joe that's so potent it'll have you hoovering your whole street. "Nation Nation" (so good he named it twice) swaggers with distant mournful horns and swashbuckling drums, "Ghost Sleep" takes us for a romantic walk down the local graveyard on a vehicle made of strange clicks and whirrs while the title track stumbles into view on the B with lilting harp plucks, stirring textures and a refreshing feeling of unease that only super strong coffee can provide. As always with Rarefied, the detail is right down to the very last groove with stunning artwork and weighty vinyl.
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Cat: SCRUB 006. Rel: 11 May 12
  1. Hire & Removal (feat Eek-A-Mouse - refix)
  2. Kung Fu Know How (feat Solo Banton & Ruben Da Silva)
  3. Kung Fu Drunken Dub
Played by: Powlo Thirsty Ear
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Cat: SCRUB 008. Rel: 07 Aug 13
  1. Listening Bug
  2. Jump Up Quickly
  3. War Song
  4. Run Fool
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Naturesque (12")
Cat: FPL 017. Rel: 14 Nov 17
  1. Naturesque (5:28)
  2. Dissonance (5:14)
  3. Lilac (4:03)
  4. Foresight (6:21)
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Cat: IAMME 008V. Rel: 28 Apr 15
  1. Take Me There (5:08)
  2. Never Too Late (5:50)
Review: The first single to be taken from Maya Jane Coles' new dub-minded Nocturnal Sunshine project, both "Take Me There" and "Never Too Late" explore the fertile pastures amid the tech/dub axis with garage-minded glee. The former is a relentless, jittering stepper peppered with an array of twisted processed vocals. The latter, meanwhile, comes with more of Get Physical-style tubular bass and thundering rhythm that will sit in almost any style DJ's playlist from deep house to dubstep. If you like these, you'll love the album.
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Stomp (12")
Cat: SEN 002. Rel: 20 Jun 17
  1. Stomp (4:39)
  2. Slip (4:53)
Review: Youngsta's Sentry returns with its sophomore session and it's just as hard-hitting, authentic and true to the craft as dBridge's launch release. No one does the no-rules bass game like Nomine and here we find him returning to a deep temp(a)plate that he helped to sculpt. "Stomp" is concentrated doom with deep pressured coded into the wandering sub, industrial swagger and slo-mo mentasms. "Slip" continues the weight and steel foundry clanging drums but with vapour trails of Oriental melody sliding and swooning above. Stunning material from one of the hardest working and talented men in the bass game.
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Harem EP (12")
Cat: ST 004. Rel: 30 Nov 12
  1. Sunday Service
  2. Mernom
  3. Dourado
  4. Octafish
Review: Harem is the fourth release for Old Apparatus on their own Sullen Tone imprint, and the third to come from an individual member of the collective. This time it's the turn of Harem, who also lends their name to the release and provides one of the label's most atmospheric releases to date. "Sunday Service" places spectral female vocals in a desolate soundscape, while "Mernom" continues the funereal atmospherics with lumbering beats and acoustic instrumentation placed within a vast echo chamber. "Dourado" offers the most propulsive cut of the EP, with galloping drums and deep subs providing a steampunk take on classic dubstep, leaving "Octafish" to round off another superlative EP with a brooding combination of scorched strings and distant, simmering percussion.
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Cat: TA 001. Rel: 12 Aug 15
  1. Glastonbury South East (5:34)
  2. Glastonbury South East (AXH remix) (5:32)
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Tabloid (12")
Cat: HOTPLATES 001. Rel: 20 Apr 18
  1. OTZ - "Tabloid" (4:27)
  2. OTZ, Causa & Conzi - "Coin Dub" (4:26)
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Escher EP (12")
Cat: CRUCIAL 011. Rel: 16 May 17
  1. Escher (4:27)
  2. & (4:53)
  3. Fall Of Mevia (4:25)
  4. Nightmares (3:32)
Review: Last spotted on Sleeper's Crucial a year ago, Los Angelo Oxossi returns with four more frenzied fusions. "Escher" gobbles down on classical rudiments and spits them back out in a fiery, unpredictable meld that genuinely sounds like no other, "&" pays homage to the jazz foundations while "Fall Of Mevia" takes us into deeper psychedelic pastures as a gothic arpeggio wafts and curls around an industrial strength halfstep. Finally "Nightmares" takes us out in the more experimental oceans with a twisted time signature and seasick, woozy bass experience. Like everything on Crucial, this is seriously one of a kind.
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Yrs Ago (12")
Cat: PMAWS 010. Rel: 15 Sep 16
  1. Yrs Ago (6:50)
  2. Animus (4:59)
Review: Callum "Paleman" Lee is one of Swamp 81's most decorated artists, having released a string of well-regarded 12" singles for the hyped, bass-obsessed imprint. Yrs Ago is his third EP for the label's 81 offshoot, and sees him joining the dots between techno, post-dubstep bass music, and angular electronica. The title track sets the tone, with robotic voices, creepy electronics and smooth sub-bass riding a metallic, broken techno groove. Flipside "Animus" is a marginally more melodic affair, with spacey chords and bubbling arpeggio lines riding a punchy electro rhythm. Both tracks are naturally rather heavy, and undoubtedly amongst the producer's strongest work to date.
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Brain Scan (12")
Cat: LAB 018. Rel: 16 Nov 17
  1. Brain Scan (5:05)
  2. Street Light (4:07)
  3. Abducted (3:58)
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Zeitgeist (12")
Cat: SUBCLEF 001. Rel: 22 May 17
  1. Zeitgeist (4:38)
  2. Grim Creeper (6:27)
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Cat: SUBCLEF 002. Rel: 01 Feb 18
  1. Distraction (5:34)
  2. Weak (5:06)
  3. Distraction (instrumental) (5:34)
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Cat: GKC 003. Rel: 30 Jan 18
  1. Never Let Them Hold You Down (feat Amelia Harmony) (4:16)
  2. Let Them Dub (Adam Prescott version) (3:45)
  3. Von D (Rub A dub remix) (4:52)
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Signals EP (12")
Cat: RARE 6. Rel: 30 Jan 18
  1. Tal (part 1) (4:25)
  2. Signals (4:48)
  3. Make Contact (4:25)
  4. Track 4 (5:53)
Review: Newcomer Primer crash lands onto planet Rarefied with four beguiling fusions. "Tal" is an off-beat mystic brew that flexes in and out of an Indian vocal with mesmerising effect, "Signals" rolls off a slippery electroid drum arrangement with just the right levels of cosmicity while "Make Contact" is a cascade of chimes and a lush loosely hewn two-step. An untitled track closes the show with an overwhelming hurricane of reverse textures and sludgy drama. Connection made.
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