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Singles
Dead In This Ting
Cat: ET 004. Rel: 16 Jun 20
  1. Dead In This Ting (feat Trim) (4:02)
  2. Bad From Mi Born (feat Rider Shafique) (5:05)
  3. Bad From Mi Born (feat Rider Shafique - Eusebeia Truth & Rights remix) (4:45)
Review: Fresh from releasing the Birthmark and Eusebeia album, Bristol's Earthtrax returns with some old friends. Obeah is at the steering wheel once again, tagging in two exceptional MCs. Man like Trimetheus dissects the craft and graft of badmanism on the lead track; "Dead In This Ting" lives up to its name as his rifles out shots with clarity and venom. "Bad From Mi Born" sees him re-linking with Rider Shafique. Picking up where they left us on the label in 2018 with "Fix Up", it's another smoky, midnight stepper. And this time it comes courtesy of a classic jungle mix from Eusebeia. Get deaded.
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This Damn Feeling
Cat: WPR 048. Rel: 04 Aug 20
  1. This Damn Feeling (5:25)
  2. Day & Age (4:45)
  3. Ghost (4:55)
  4. Renegade (4:21)
Review: Classical violinist / low-end-murker Opus returns to his White Peach family with this four track treat after a few exemplary outings on the likes of Chestplate and Simply Deep. "This Damn Feeling" takes the lead and sets the mood with drama. Its big boom bass and tight spine sitar twangs are followed by a full menu of ideas and explorations. "Day & Age" wriggles with that high end harmonic we all fell in love with in 2008 before twinkling arpeggios bring on the goosebumps like you'd never believe. Flip for more goodies... "Ghost" takes us to the Upside Down with its toxic waste bass and icy vocal shots before "Renegade" concludes the EP on a dank, sludgy one. This damn EP!
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Last Chance
Cat: DBT 002. Rel: 20 Nov 18
  1. Orson - "Last Chance" (5:09)
  2. Phrex - "Colliding Clouds" (5:09)
Review: There seems to be a bit of a narrative here on Phrex's second Dubtopia release. Previously, Version bossman Orson had given us "Life Gamble". Now he's on his "Last Chance", and it's every bit as foreboding as you'd expect the final roll of the dice to be - menacing, pensive and lined with venomous acid. Bern's Phrex is experiencing a similar situation; while he previously told us about "Vectors In The Sky", he's now warning us of "Colliding Clouds" to the tune of quivering, tightly weaved top lines, trippy dub echoes and loose soft drums underpinned by a voluptuous rolling sub groove.
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Shaolin
Shaolin (12")
Cat: SEN 010. Rel: 02 Jul 19
  1. Shaolin (3:44)
  2. Feedback (5:34)
Review: He's back... Riding on the crest of his near-majestic collaboration with Subscape for UKF's UKF10 series this spring The Others flips the switch once again with two dark designs on the consistently on-point Sentry. Revealing much ruff corners of his underbelly, we kick off with "Shaolin", a track that's powered by agruff sandpaper funk bassline and warped, skewed Japanese strings. It's followed by "Feedback" where every shade of The Others we love is whipped up in a blender; an epic intro, a gritty bassline, off-beat funk and sudden shards of light breaking through as the track progresses. After a few release-light years, it seems The Others has really and truly got the bug again. More please.
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Blackhorse
Blackhorse (hand-numbered 12" in hand-stamped sleeve limited to 300 copies)
Cat: BS 008. Rel: 15 Jan 20
  1. Blackhorse (4:41)
  2. End Of Your Light (3:26)
  3. Ronin (3:41)
Review: Giddy-up mate, Oxossi's back on the horse and he's trotting up a stink some place near you... If you're lucky to grab one of these 300 copies. "Blackhorse" takes the lead with some dark, gritty anxious rave moods before the organs, rumbling subs and weeping synth leads sweep you off to the heavens on "End Of Your Light". Finally "Ronin" polishes its Japanese steel, chopping up a cropper for the finale, galloping hooves galore. Top banana.
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Deep Dark & Dangerous Trilogy Part 1: Deep
  1. Sepia - "Voodoo" (5:59)
  2. Taiko - "Rise" (4:25)
  3. Oxossi - "No War" (5:03)
  4. Shadow People - "Painted Red" (4:11)
Review: Truth's triple-D stable celebrate 60 releases with an epic release "Deep Dark & Dangerous Trilogy". This is the first of a series of EPs, it's focussed on the deepest tendrils of the label and it's just a sliver of the 29-track action. Sepia opens with a beautiful, heart-heaving lament "Voodoo" before Taiko lures us into the graveyard for some shadowy mischief on "Rise" before Oxossi gets aggy on the pipes and harmonica with "No War". Finally we see the return of Truth and Youngsta's Shadow People project as Lelijveld's hazy tones brings us to a cosy close on "Painted Red". Precision emotional sonics.
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Albums
Without Your Love
Cat: NIHJGTFEELINGS 001LP. Rel: 21 Jun 13
  1. Sirens
  2. Stay Here
  3. 3:51 AM
  4. Without Your Love
  5. On It
  6. Crossed Wires
  7. Mouchette
  8. The South
  9. Misunderstood
  10. 5:51 AM
  11. Across A Sea
Review: Some three years after he emerged in the misty heights (or depths) of Witch House's short lived notoriety, the amusingly spectral named oOoOO delivers his debut album Without Your Love. Evidently no longer aligned with the Tri Angle aesthetic, this eleven track set comes via the Nihgt Feelings label the San Franciscan producer runs with a "couple of local gravediggers" and expands on the approach shown on his two EPs for Robin Carolan's label. No longer called Witch House, oOoOO is now embraced as the point where post modern R&B song writing meets queasy, spacious musical arrangements, so expect auto tuned vocals floating over ethereal ivory blessed soundscapes and crust laden MPC beats. The stuttering detuned Atlanta hip hop of "The South" and the suite of Burial-esque cuts that follow are standout tracks.
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