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1
Break That EP
Cat: TNS 027. Rel: 07 Dec 18
  1. Horange (6:41)
  2. Wassold (5:37)
  3. Break That (6:26)
  4. Diamond Dub (4:40)
 in stock $10.02
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Untrue
Untrue (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: HDBLP 002. Rel: 02 Nov 07
  1. Track 1 (0:43)
  2. Archangel (3:58)
  3. Near Dark (3:54)
  4. Ghost Hardware (4:49)
  5. Endorphin (2:57)
  6. Etched Headplate (6:00)
  7. In McDonalds (2:07)
  8. Untrue (6:16)
  9. Shell Of Light (4:41)
  10. Dog Shelter (3:00)
  11. Homeless (5:18)
  12. UK (1:41)
  13. Raver (4:58)
Review: Seven years have passed since Burial first stopped us dead in our tracks with this universally acclaimed second album.. Sounding so different, so removed and far away from anything else, it changed the game entirely - and created a whole school of imitators in its wake. Now repressed by Hyperdub, this is a rare opportunity to grab it on fresh wax. Even if you have this on other formats in your collection, the dusty weight and chasmic crackles sound so much better on vinyl.
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 in stock $14.50
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Empire Of Dirt
Empire Of Dirt (12" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: MEDI 101. Rel: 29 Nov 18
  1. Empire Of Dirt (5:06)
  2. We Grow Fearful (4:40)
  3. Avet (4:53)
 in stock $9.23
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Bluefoot
Bluefoot (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: IMRV 025. Rel: 11 Dec 18
  1. Bluefoot (4:43)
  2. Choose Life (4:26)
Review: Since 2015, deep dubstep explorer Corin Bornoff AKA Karma has put out one EP a year. This year's was delayed, it seems, but it has finally appeared - just as 2018 is wheezing its' last, scarlet-faced breath. Opener "Bluefoot" was arguably worth the wait, though. Built around a skewed but still stepping, reggae-fired dubstep "ridim", the track shuffles along on a wave of hushed shakers, ultra-deep sub-bass and intergalactic dub-wise effects. Over on the flipside, "Choose Life" is surprisingly positive, with Bornoff wrapping ear-catching synthesizer melodies, alien electronics and UK steppas style bass around a punchy drum track.
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 in stock $10.28
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Razor/Predators
Razor/Predators (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HILEVRECS 001. Rel: 15 Oct 18
  1. Razor
  2. Predators
Review: Bristol-based badman Borai has been quietly issuing some of the city's most immense club wreckers for many years now, sometimes in partnership with October, and sometimes flying solo (as on the crucial Anybody From London for Hotline Recordings). Here he's inaugurating Higher Level with some absolute dance slayers, kicking off with the mammoth pitched-down drum funk and gut-wrenching bass of "Razor" before switching stance for the dreamier but no less rowdy "Predators." Both cuts are a masterclass in classic breakbeat science, delivering the foundational UK sound with panache that sets these weapons far apart from the rest of the pack.
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 in stock $8.42
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Reptilian Bitch EP
Cat: DSDV 002. Rel: 11 Dec 18
  1. Reptilian Bitch (4:41)
  2. Wob (3:47)
  3. Reptilian Bitch (LSN remix) (4:40)
  4. Rollin' (4:40)
Review: Like a many Britons, Chad Dubz doesn't have much time for Prime Minister Theresa May, who was, at the time of writing, still just about clinging on to her job. He's not only included a demonic painting of the "Maybot" as a "Reptilian Bitch" (his words, not ours) on the record's centre labels, but also made a thrillingly angular and heavy dubstep smasher as a kind of artistic two-fingered salute. LSN's flipside remix of the title track ratchets up the distorted analogue bass and mind-altering electronics, while also adding some suitably exasperated and sweary vocal samples. Elsewhere, "Wob" is a deep stepper powered by a gargantuan wobble bassline, while "Rollin'" not only does exactly what it says on the tin, but also includes the EP's deepest, heaviest bassline.
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 in stock $9.75
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Listening Bug
Cat: SCRUB 008. Rel: 07 Aug 13
  1. Listening Bug
  2. Jump Up Quickly
  3. War Song
  4. Run Fool
 in stock $8.17
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Fog
Fog (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: PRESH 001. Rel: 15 May 18
  1. Fog (4:58)
  2. Shrine (5:42)
 in stock $11.33
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James Blake
James Blake (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: ATLAS2LP. Rel: 02 Feb 11
  1. Tep & The Logic
  2. Unluck
  3. The Wilhelm Scream
  4. I Never Learnt To Share
  5. Lindisfarne I
  6. Lindisfarne II
  7. Limit To Your Love
  8. Give Me My Month
  9. To Care (Like You)
  10. Why Don't You Call Me?
  11. I Mind
  12. Measurements
  13. You Know Your Youth
Review: James Blake's debut album is undoubtedly one of 2011's most keenly awaited releases, and its arrival via his own (major label funded) Atlas imprint ensures their is no lull in momentum for a producer who enjoyed a watershed 2010 with releases on Hessle Audio and R&S. The results here differ wildly from his previous sonic excursions - gone are the shimmering R&B soaked melodies of "CMYK" and the sheer experimentalism of the Klavierwerke EP, which saw the young Londoner depart from the confines of the dancefloor and enter a realm where there was only a passing reference to rhythm-based music. Instead we are treated to Blake's own yearning, raw voice, delicate pianos and an underlying sense of melancholy. Ubiquitous single "Limit To Your love" and the crackly sonic terrain evoked on "The Wilhelm Scream" are among the most immediately pleasing moments, but there is much to explore here. It's a fascinating opus and surely the catalyst to a long and fruitful career at the top.
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 in stock $23.97
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Bluez (Classic mix)
Cat: DRUNK 035. Rel: 30 Oct 18
  1. Bluez (Classic mix) (6:19)
  2. Und_92 (5:44)
Review: Bristol bass fusionist Peverelist looks back a decade to the heady hurly burly of 140 music in 2008 and his intrinsic role within its development. "Bluez" remains as timeless and breezy as it ever did. Lightly touched and clearly inspired by the Goodlooking chapters of jungle, it's now been remastered to stand up against today's productions. Meanwhile on the B we have the long lost dub "Und_92". A much dubbier technoid piece that, in hindsight, was a key stepping stone en route to his respected position in techno today. Ageless.
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 in stock $8.96
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Hardcore Dub Music
Cat: DOR 002. Rel: 23 Nov 18
  1. Hardcore Dub Music (4:50)
  2. Sly Clap (6:29)
 in stock $8.42
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Seahorse EP
Seahorse EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BCSM 001. Rel: 04 Dec 18
  1. Flat Faced (4:16)
  2. Tiger Tail (4:49)
  3. Duppy (4:10)
  4. Big Belly (3:48)
 in stock $15.29
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Lion
Lion (12")
Cat: MEDI 098. Rel: 19 Oct 17
  1. Lion (feat Taso (Teklife)) (7:26)
  2. Messages (4:26)
  3. Ruffneck (4:44)
Review: The unstoppable New Zealand duo continue their deep, dark and dangerous adventures with a return to Deep Medi Music and three outstanding slabs of authentic dub weight; "Lion" roars with serious bass weight and the textured downpitched tones of long-standing collaborator Taso, "Messages" rolls with poignant subdued chords and a measured, pensive air while "Ruffneck" rumbles with a sub/kick combo so woozy it needs breathalysing if it's within 10 metres of a vehicle. The lion awakes once more.
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 in stock $8.42
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With Love
With Love (3xLP + MP3 download code)
4AD
Cat: CAD 3305. Rel: 15 Jun 13
  1. As Darkness Falls
  2. Ascension
  3. Horrid
  4. If I Will
  5. Isis
  6. It's Time
  7. Memories
  8. Orion
  9. Overdose
  10. Pray For Me
  11. Rendezvous
  12. The Things You Do
  13. This One
  14. Vanishment
  15. VI-XI
  16. VxV
  17. 777
  18. Black Rose
  19. Digital Smoke
  20. Entropy Sketch
  21. Glass Ocean
  22. How To Ascend
  23. I Saw Golden Light
  24. Pyrex Nights (feat Last Japan)
  25. Quickening
  26. Reflection In Black Glass
  27. Shiva
  28. Soliloquy
  29. Sphinx
  30. Sunshine In November
  31. Vast Emptiness
  32. White Smoke
  33. With Love
Review: The original enfant terrible of the bass music world marks his second long player for 4AD with a sprawling opus of more than 30 skits and skirmishes daubed in his trademark colourful sonic scrawl. There is plenty here that reminds you of the early days of the producer's emergence when dubstep was a younger beast, from the spacious "Horrid" to the measured arpeggios of "Pray For Me", but you'll also find more intricate musings such as the dynamic and dramatic "Memories". Hype abounds on the creepy Funky of "VI-XI", while "Overdose" launches enthusiastically into a jungle tear out. At any given turn, you'll find yourself surprised, lurched from a serene mood into a manic one, only to be tempered again. There's a staggering range of ideas and styles to comprehend here, but would you want it any other way from one of electronic music's most outspoken upstarts?
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 in stock $20.63
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Mirrors
Mirrors (limited 3xLP box + CD + insert)
Cat: BWOOD 140LP. Rel: 21 Jun 16
  1. Kotos (feat Asociacion Juvenil Puno) (3:45)
  2. Dedication 365 (4:19)
  3. Cusco Street Scene (4:23)
  4. They're Coming (4:15)
  5. Shadows (4:24)
  6. Cunumicita (feat Danitse) (2:24)
  7. Take Flight (2:39)
  8. The Calling (3:44)
  9. Inga Gani (3:39)
  10. Looney (4:08)
  11. Markos Swagga (4:18)
  12. Zapateo (feat Colectivo Palenke) (2:38)
  13. Sound Of The River (feat Sylvia Falcon) (3:18)
  14. 4 Elements (5:20)
  15. Kotos (feat Asociacion Juvenil Puno)
  16. Dedication 365
  17. Cusco Street Scene
  18. They're Coming
  19. Shadows
  20. Cunumicita (feat Danitse)
  21. Take Flight
  22. The Calling
  23. Inga Gani
  24. Looney
  25. Markos Swagga
  26. Zapateo (feat Colectivo Palenke)
  27. Sound Of The River (feat Sylvia Falcon)
  28. 4 Elements
Review: From Cuba, Mala heads south for another mystic adventure in international cross-pollination on Mirrors, the Deep Medi man's latest LP-length bubbler for Brownswood. Fusing inspirations, energies, talents and techniques from Peru - and working with some of the country's most respected musicians - it's another immersive body of work that genuinely sounds like no other. From the pensive tribal march of "Cusco Street Scene" to the shimmering twangs and dusty, languid claps of "Zapateo" by way of demented insistency of "Looney" and the muddy cosmic textures of "The Calling", Mala has once again immersed himself so deeply into a culture and musical discourse that he not only speaks it fluently but has added to its rich vernacular. Vinyl was invented for albums like this.
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 in stock $15.55
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Truant aka One/Two
Cat: HDB 069. Rel: 12 Dec 12
  1. Truant
  2. Rough Sleeper
Review: *Burial Repress* The double header of Truant/Rough Sleeper is the second EP from Burial in 2012, and arrives with as little fanfare as the superb Kindred EP did early this year. Unlike that more dancefloor focused record however, this EP harks back to the producer's earlier sound. Of course, being two longform compositions clocking in at 12 and 14 minutes respectively, they're hardly conventional works; each utilises the same liberal use of spectral atmospheres, emotive vocal samples, hollow 2-step beats and nods to jungle as we've come to expect from the producer, but with complex structures that come across more like two sides of an old mixtape recorded from a pair of decrepit turntables. Of course being a mixtape from Burial, this is special stuff indeed - consider it an early Christmas present to yourself.



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 in stock $8.42
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Burial
Burial (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: HDBLP 001. Rel: 04 May 07
  1. Wounder
  2. U Hurt Me
  3. Spaceape
  4. Prayer
  5. Distant Lights
  6. Southern Comfort
  7. Gutted
  8. Broken Home
  9. Pirates
  10. Forgive
  11. Night Bus
 in stock $14.50
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Otherman
Otherman (12")
Cat: HYP 010. Rel: 30 Mar 11
  1. Otherman
  2. Love Is The Drug (feat Cha Cha)
 in stock $4.21
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Street Halo
Cat: HDB 013. Rel: 24 Mar 11
  1. Street Halo
  2. NYC
  3. Stolen Dog
Review: Repress alert! Wednesday: Hyperdub announce a new three track release from enigmatic producer Burial - his first solo work in four years. Thursday: Said records arrive on Juno doorstep. How's that for service (and secrecy)! The news came just a matter of days after the producer's collaboration with Radiohead front man Thom Yorke and Four Tet arrived on record shelves across the UK and promptly sold out amidst a frenzy of hype. There are three new tracks on offer here, namely "Street Halo", "NYC" and "Stolen Dog". First up "Street Halo" showcases the classic Burial sound; subterranean bass gurgles, trademark clicking beats and barely-there vocal snatches. A sweet childlike vocal pervades the sonic mist on "NYC" while "Stolen Dog" closes out with ethereal vocal harmonies buried deep beneath vinyl crackle. Stunning.
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 in stock $8.42
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Decadubs 1 EP
Cat: HDB 082. Rel: 22 May 14
  1. Mala - "Expected, Level 10"
  2. DVA - "Technical Difficulties"
  3. Kuedo - "Mtzpn"
  4. Kode9 - "Xingfu Lu" (Helix remix)
Review: Hyperdub kick off the vinyl side to their ten-year celebrations with this weighty four-tracker from some of the leading lights from the label's story. Mala is in a strident mood with "Expected, Level 10" carrying through that extra touch of melody from the Mala In Cuba LP. DVA cuts loose with the leftfield scattershot groove of "Technical Difficulties", reveling in tonal experimentation and jagged rhythmic flair to a stunning end. Still locked into the sci-fi trap tangent that characterised Severant, Kuedo turns out the haunting "Mtzpn" and Helix pops up for a remix of Kode9's "Xingfu Lu" that strips down to bare essentials with a little starlit soul rubbed into the framework.
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 in stock $5.80
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In My Head
In My Head (12")
Cat: TEC 104. Rel: 23 Oct 18
  1. Back In The Box (4:13)
  2. Herbie (3:18)
  3. In My Head (3:12)
  4. Perfunktion (5:35)
Review: It was only a matter of time before Boofy landed on Pinch's Tectonic. Both Bristol. Both magnetised to the fringes. Both responsible for untold low end hurters like these... "Back In The Box" is a heavy pressure cut with pneumatic kicks and ominous stretched brass textures while "Herbie" is a highly strung piece that's stripped back to just drums, subs and an eerie faltering lead and builds and twists when you least expect it. Flip for the churchy chords and rattled percussion of "In My Head" before "Perfunktion" closes with jazzier chords and a stone cold steppy kick arrangement. Classic Boofs.
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 in stock $8.96
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HTH020
HTH020 (12")
Cat: HTH 020. Rel: 12 Jun 14
  1. Gravure
  2. Continuum
  3. Typeface
  4. Greyscale
Review: Indigo and Synkro return for Houndstooth duty under the Akkord guise, with HTH020 their first material for the fabric-affiliated label since last year's roundly praised debut album. That long player was perhaps the most confident display of the sound design-heavy production style the Mancunian pair had been narrowing in on since their cultish white label bow, but this new 12" finds them adding whole new levels of darkness to the mix. Moody low end sits deep in the channels; given the space to breath by Akkord who seem careful to restrict their drum samples to the barest of appearances at times (see "Gravure") whilst those out there that enjoyed the Millie + Andrea album for Modern Love will probably gravitate towards "Continuum" which showcases a murky, raw take on breakbeat-led jungle.
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 in stock $7.37
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Dyrge EP
Dyrge EP (double 10")
Cat: ACRE 074. Rel: 25 May 18
  1. Bitch & Moan (3:39)
  2. Leeroy (3:40)
  3. Dyrge (4:22)
  4. Yuliya (3:42)
 in stock $20.56
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Tokyo EP
Tokyo EP (12")
Cat: BOKA 048. Rel: 19 Jun 18
  1. Tokyo (4:38)
  2. Devilman (4:11)
  3. Gamera (4:44)
  4. Inokashira (4:38)
Review: Sometime Tempa regular turned enthusiastic label-hopper AXH pops up on Boka for the very first time. As usal, there's much to set the pulse racing and get the guts trembling. He sets the tone with opener "Tokyo", where percussion hits and exotic Japanese samples fizz above a ragged sub-bass assault, before wrapping ear-pleasing far eastern melodies around a punchy dubstep groove on "Devilman". Over on the flipside, "Gamera" is another sub roller powered by ten-ton sub-bass, while "Indokashira" is as sweet and melodious as they come, thanks in no small part to the presence of a particularly bluesy vocal sample amongst the typically rolling rhythm.
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 in stock $9.75
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Digital Harmonies
Cat: MSLP 009. Rel: 21 Nov 18
  1. Path Of Stars (5:02)
  2. From Creation (4:27)
  3. Ascension (feat Murray Man) (4:54)
  4. Ancestors (5:49)
  5. Galactica (5:10)
  6. Marching Dub (4:50)
  7. Nough A Dem Afraid Away (feat Murray Man) (4:35)
  8. Knights Of Dub (4:59)
  9. Back Inna De Yard (5:01)
 in stock $23.46
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Concrete & Steel (Gorgon Sound & OBF Remixes)
Concrete & Steel (Gorgon Sound & OBF Remixes) (limited 12" in screen printed sleeve & hand-stamped inner)
Cat: PENGSOUND 011. Rel: 25 Jun 18
  1. Concrete & Steel (Gorgon Sound remix) (6:02)
  2. Concrete & Steel (cut 1 - OBF remix) (5:03)
  3. Concrete & Steel (cut 2 - OBF remix) (4:07)
 in stock $9.23
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3 Tabs
3 Tabs (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: WPR 034. Rel: 17 Sep 18
  1. 3 Tabs (4:26)
  2. Appropriation (5:08)
  3. IPA (3:46)
  4. Post Modern Dub (4:46)
Review: Dutch dubsmith Hebbe continues to stride through the year of his life with another exceptional expedition; hot on the heels of his DUPLOC vinyl launch comes this far reaching four piece on the perennial White Peach imprint; "3 Tabs" is a dramatic piece of eastern theatre with big licks and surprises while "Appropriation" continues an eastern theme but on much more pensive, graveyard swagger. Flip for the beautifully wonked out trembles and dirge drones of "IPA" before "Post Modern Dub" closes with a mournful mildly wobbled salute. Far out finesse.
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 in stock $9.48
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Hire & Removal (refix)
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
 in stock $8.42
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Words
Words (12")
Cat: IFS 012. Rel: 04 Dec 18
  1. Words (feat Dutchie) (4:34)
  2. LAX (5:07)
  3. Words (Sax cut) (4:35)
Review: While Infernal Sounds' releases often come from little-known or previously unheralded dubstep artists, their latest EP is the product of two very experienced producers: sometime Moonshine Recordings regular Bukkha and Californian duo Subtle Mind. Sweet soul vocalist Dutchie lends a hand on A-side "Words", providing a dreamy, emotion-rich focal point above the trio's crunchy rhythm, dub-wise flourishes and booming bass. On the flip, jaunty, flute style melodies flutter around warm chords and an exotic rhythm track on loved-up workout "LAX", before the North American threesome add some snaking sax and clarinet solos to a slightly reworked instrumental take on "Words".
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 in stock $9.75
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The General
The General (heavweight vinyl 12")
Cat: DDD 042. Rel: 06 Nov 18
  1. General Dub (5:02)
  2. Bazurk (feat Wevaman) (4:09)
  3. Helios (6:04)
  4. Vulcan (4:09)
 in stock $9.75
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Jah Hear Me
Cat: NC 007. Rel: 04 Dec 18
  1. Jah Hear Me (5:31)
  2. Missing Link (4:40)
Review: For the latest sub-heavy missive on his fast-rising Navy Cut label, Jack Sparrow has turned to his friend in bass, Fiend - and the shadowy producer has duly delivered. The real killer - to our ears, at least - is A-side "Jah Hear Me", an ultra-deep affair where reggae vocal samples echo across the soundscape and creepy ambient chords slowly pulse above a hushed rhythm track and rubling, super-low sub-bass. It's one that we could see appealing just as much to ambient astronaughts and deep dubstep heads. Over on side B, "Missing Link" offers up a sturdier rhythm, heavier bass, alien effects and a serious deep space atmosphere.
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 in stock $9.75
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The Technique
Cat: PLANTPOWER 004. Rel: 18 Sep 18
  1. The Technique (3:39)
  2. Hunted (3:35)
  3. Jumanji Riddim (5:18)
Review: If you've been to any 140 dance this summer then you will have most definitely heard "The Technique". A disarming dubby roller laced with tight percussion, warped bass and trippy FX, it's an instant call to arms that's grabbed many DJs imaginations. "Hunted" shows the deeper side of the Birmingham producer as he peels back the layers to reveal a slithering hangdrum weave while "Jumanji Riddim" closes the show on a flying pipe vibe, all spacious beats, strange woodwind flurries and more warped tunnelling bass tones. Unique.
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 in stock $9.75
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Old Like Dirt
Cat: ALBION 005. Rel: 04 Sep 18
  1. Old Like Dirt (4:14)
  2. Panchaea (4:13)
 in stock $9.75
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Seen EP
Seen EP (12")
Cat: SUBV 01. Rel: 07 Dec 18
  1. Seen (5:17)
  2. Seen (J Kenzo remix) (5:33)
  3. Right Up (4:46)
 in stock $9.48
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Filthy
Filthy (gatefold double 10" + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 10353. Rel: 08 Aug 13
  1. Freakshow (feat Danny Brown & Kiki Hitomi)
  2. Louder (feat Flowdan)
  3. Dirty (feat Flowdan)
  4. Kill Them (feat Daddy Freddy)
Review: Dropping a searing double pack of 10" badness ahead of the forthcoming Angels & Devils album, The Bug is back in business with some apocalyptic gutter bass of the highest order. "Freakshow" matches the leering delivery of Danny Brown with the sinister croon of King Midas Sound's Kiki Hitomi over a horn-laden trap swagger to devastating effect. "Louder" pits Flowdan in the depths of a nauseating half-step march, while "Dirty" takes the London MC into a barrage of equally nerve-jangling drum rattles and alarm-clanging stabs. Long-time Bug collaborator Daddy Freddy rolls up his sleeves for "Kill Them", anchoring the dread stomp with a fearsome growl as anthemic as it is nihilistic.
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 in stock $6.32
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Seven Sins
Seven Sins (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: MEDILP 012. Rel: 11 Aug 16
  1. Envy (feat Jack Gates) (4:15)
  2. Greed Final (5:08)
  3. Pride (5:06)
  4. Sloth (4:39)
  5. Gluttony (feat Gantz) (5:04)
  6. Wrath (5:10)
  7. Lust (feat Riya & Total Science) (7:12)
Review: Confession time... Kaiju's slick, innovative consistency is translated into album form with a concept that actually works. Seven sins, seven tracks - each one resembling their title in one way or another. "Envy" sees Jack Gates pouring out his heart, "Greed" groans and croaks like the last man standing at a banquet battle while the gully-grunting "Pride" struts with its head held so high it's almost in the clouds. "Sloth", as you'd expect, is a much slower, spacier, deeper creeper with cavernous room around each percussive element while "Gluttony" shows off the duo's ability by squeezing in almost too many ideas and fresh textures. Finally, "Wrath" lashes out with hard-hitting snare vengeance and "Lust" brings the show to a sweet, soft-focus close with Riya and Total Science providing the perfect deep dream textures. Sinfully good.
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 in stock $18.19
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Dying On Acid
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)
 in stock $8.70
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Impervious
Impervious (12")
Cat: MEDI 103. Rel: 09 Aug 18
  1. Impervious (4:42)
  2. Reevea (5:06)
  3. Egyptian March (4:38)
Review: Up there with Swindle and Joker, dubstep's funkiest OG Silkie returns to Deep Medi with three more sublime grooves. Broken, cheery, just a little cheeky and swooning with switches, each of these cuts rattles and bashes with Silkie's signature west- coast-meets-UKG-in-a-long-dark-Croydon-tunnel melting pot: "Impervious" flips from orchestral epic to dreamy flutters before dropping into 80s horn funk with mischief while "Reevea" is Silkie in classic "Poltergeist" mode. Finally "Egyptian March" is straight out of Indiana Jones. A jittering snake charmer that has you going from nought to rolling under stone doors and grabbing your hat in 10 seconds. Silkie you absolute don.
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 in stock $8.70
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Fabriclive 100
KODE 9/BURIAL/VARIOUS
Fabriclive 100 (mixed CD)
Cat: FABRIC 200. Rel: 28 Sep 18
  1. Track 1
  2. Klein - "Hurry"
  3. Cooly G - "Magnetic"
  4. Julz Da Deejay - "Deaths Effect"
  5. Roman Rodney - "Triple Beat"
  6. TLC Fam - "Skim Sam" (DBN dance)
  7. Nazar - "Konvoy"
  8. Lephuga Zafiro - "Agua Y Puerta"
  9. Hyph11e - "Black Pepper" (Tzusing remix)
  10. Luke Slater - "I Can Complete You"
  11. Virgin - "B9"
  12. Nut-E-1 - "Underwater Fireworks"
  13. David Hykes - "Rainbow Voice"
  14. Jungle Buddha - "Drug Me"
  15. Black Acid - "Black Acid"
  16. Vladislav Delay - "Otan Osaa"
  17. DJ Spinn - "Make Me Hot"
  18. Mr Fingers - "Spy" (Kode9 remix)
  19. Scratcha DVA - "Pink 33" (feat Clara Le San - DJ Phil remix)
  20. DJ Tre - "A House Hybrid"
  21. Tedmann - "Baby"
  22. DJ Rashad - "Let It Go"
  23. Ontheground - "Fallen"
  24. Intense - "The Quickening"
  25. Genecom - "Polyphonic Raid"
  26. Clementine - "The Opening"
  27. Victim Rebirth - "Metamesonyxtia Narkogyra"
  28. Friends Lovers & Family - "The Lift"
  29. AK1200 - "Junior's Tune" (feat Junior Reid - Digital remix)
  30. Okzharp & Manthe Ribane - "Treausre Erasure"
  31. Ben Frost - "Ionia" (Jlin remix)
  32. DJ Taye/Babyfather - "Nu Summer Shit/Prolific Deamons"
  33. Jackob's Optical Stairway - "Solar Feelings" (Claude Young Kyoto Soul dub)
  34. Proc Fiskal - "Dishwashing"
  35. DJ Chap - "Brujeria"
  36. DJ Tre - "A Hammond Jam"
  37. RP Boo - "Wicked'Bu"
Review: It seems fitting that the hundredth and final volume in the "FabricLive" mix series should also be its most hotly anticipated. Coming from heavyweight heroes Kode9 and Burial - whose previous back-to-back mix for Mary-Anne Hobbs' show eight years ago has reached near mythical status. The album is a wonderfully full-throttle and mixed-up affair, with the shadowy bass lieutenants giddily flitting between quick-fire sections focusing on South African gqom, footwork, Juke, vintage hardcore, early jungle and more contemporary dancefloor experimentalism, each broken up by typically blazed and paranoid ambient interludes and the occasional surprise selection. There's a lot going on throughout, but that only adds to the fun. In other words, it's a triumphant finale to a landmark mix series.
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Kindred EP
Kindred EP (12")
Cat: HDB 059. Rel: 08 Mar 12
  1. Kindred
  2. Loner
  3. Ashtray Wasp
Review: ** REPRESS ALERT ** Given that his sound has now been referenced, copied and bastardised by countless imitators, is testament to Burial's enduring appeal that the announcement of a new EP on a Sunday in Febuary was enough to shake the online music press out of their collective stupors. As an EP it more than stands up to his previous work, and it may even be better than last year's Street Halo EP - where the brilliance of the title track left the EP quite top-heavy, there's no such complaints on Kindred. If UK garage was the touchpoint for his earlier releases, this EP sees Burial further developing a sound that has few obvious points of comparison, whether it's the savage, gnarled bassline of the title track, or the shambling house of "Loner", characterized by its hollowed out arpeggio and ambient crackle. But it's "Ashtray Wasp" that provides the most breathtaking moment, seeing the producer using the distinct musical language he's created and bringing confident melodic elements into play. Of course such descriptions seem trivial when trying to describe this EP - even for Burial it's far beyond what his peers and imitators could ever imagine making.
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Untrue
Untrue (CD)
Cat: HDBCD 002. Rel: 03 Nov 07
  1. Track 1
  2. Archangel
  3. Near Dark
  4. Ghost Hardware
  5. Endorphin
  6. Etched Headplate
  7. In Mcdonalds
  8. Untrue
  9. Shell Of Light
  10. Dog Shelter
  11. Homeless
  12. UK
  13. Raver
Review: Of all the artists past and present who claim to let their music do their talking for them, Burial is one of the elite band of whom this truly is the case. In fact, so reluctant is he to engage with the cult-of-personality hoopla that surrounds almost every modern producer and musician of merit, that he remains a genuine recluse; he has never appeared live, only one obliquely-angled publicity photograph is known to exist, and the number of interviews he has given can be counted on the fingers of one hand. Yet despite this, his music speaks loud and wide, and the world has been listening ever since his 'South London Boroughs' EP debut on Hyperdub in March 2005. His eponymous album, which began life as a low-key release in May 2006, is now widely regarded as the benchmark release of the ever-widening dubstep genre, picking up unanimous critical acclaim along the way, and ending the year heavily featured in many 'best of' polls. Now Burial returns with 'Untrue', a new record of weird soul music, which lovingly processes spectral female voices into vaporised R&B and smudged 2step garage. Vocal lines are blurred, smeared, pitched up pitched down and pitch bent until their content is cast adrift from their original context and they whisper their saccharin sweet nothings into the void. The album continues with the debut's crackle-drenched yearning and bustling syncopations, haunted by the ghosts of rave, but also reveals some new Burial treats with a more glowing, upbeat energy. Kicking off with the skittering 2step syncopations and vocal science of 'Archangel', 'Near Dark' and 'Ghost Hardware', before long it descends into a space of radiant divas and ambience. Where 'Burial' first was humid, suffocating and unrelentingly sad, 'Untrue' is less sunless. Many of the tracks are so sweet, they become toxic, underscored by the almost geological rumbles of growling basslines. Unlike the overpoweringly melancholic prevailing mood of before, Burial's sound is now better defined as a downcast euphoria typified by the epic, muted optimism of the album's last track 'Raver'. Forget central heating the radioactivity of this album is all that you'll need to keep you warm this winter. 'Untrue' is available as full 13 track digipack CD, including recent underground hit 'Ghost Hardware', and 9 track DJ friendly double vinyl set, from which some of the beatless pieces have been edited.
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Burial
Burial (CD)
Cat: HDBCD 001. Rel: 02 Jun 06
  1. Track 1
  2. Distant Lights
  3. Spaceape (feat Spaceape)
  4. Wounder
  5. Night Bus
  6. Southern Comfort
  7. U Hurt Me
  8. Gutted
  9. Forgive
  10. Broken Home
  11. Prayer
  12. Pirates
  13. Track 13
Review: This first album on Kode9's deeply-respected Hyperdub label comes from the mysterious Burial, who carves out a sound which sends the dormant slinky syncopations of UK garage, via radio interference, into a padded cell of cushioned, muffled bass, passing through clouds of Pole's dense crackle dub en route. 'Burial' - the album - explores a tangential, parallel dimension of the growing dubstep ouevre, using sounds set in a near-future South London submerged underwater. You can never tell if the crackle is the burning static off pirate radio transmissions, or the tropical downpour of the city outside, taking its loud-quiet aesthetic neither from the latest digital glitch software nor a mere nostalgia for vinyl's intrinsic physicality. In their sometimes suffocating melancholy, most of these tracks seem to yearn for drowned lovers, as haunted echoed voices breeze in and out, on roads to and from other times. The smouldering desire of 'Distant Lights' is cooled only by the percussive ice-sharp slicing of blades and jets of hot air blowing from the bass. Listen also for a fleeting appearance from Hyperdub's resident vocalist, the Spaceape, unravelling his cryptobiography. 'Burial' is a renegade signal from other frequencies, a tidal wave of seductive low-impact noise submerging all but the crispest syncopations, and is well on course to be universally welcomed as the standard-bearer for creative vision built upon the grime and dubstep blueprint.
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Played by: Gilles Peterson
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Sweetz
Sweetz (limited 1-sided 10")
Cat: HDB 103. Rel: 29 Jul 16
  1. Sweetz (7:08)
Review: Woof! Hyperdub bring together two of the most recognisable and enigmatic artists of recent times on this 10", as Zomby and Burial square down ahead of the former's new album for the label. Zomby's Ultra LP is undoubtedly one of this year's most anticipated albums and "Sweetz" suggests it may be a very moody affair indeed. Whilst rooted in UK dance, Zomby and Burial do look elsewhere for inspiration too. Just under seven minutes long, "Sweetz" veers through various sub-heavy soundscapes with intermittent rhythmic patters and a distinctive looped vocal sample whose pitch changes with dramatic effect.
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Wildfire
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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V1
V1 (12")
Cat: IMRV 022. Rel: 17 Apr 18
  1. V1 (5:10)
  2. Ribcage (part II) (5:13)
  3. Roacher (5:04)
Review: Epoch returns! And he's packing some of his rarest steez since "Soundboy Abduction". All air raid sirens, trippy widescreen basses and a scientific spoken word all comprise to form a brutal wall of sound slo-mo drama on "V1" while "Roacher" bubbles with a technoid sense of playfulness and unpredictability. Finally "Rib Cage" takes the surreal sensations to even higher levels with a melting intro, nagging hi-end percussion and the strangest harmonic strings ever to grace an Innamind release. Truly singular.
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No Sleep
No Sleep (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: IMRV 024. Rel: 26 Sep 18
  1. No Sleep (4:12)
  2. Temple (5:21)
  3. Maniac Mansion (3:44)
Review: Following up great releases by EVA808, Epoch and V.I.V.E.K, American bass imprint Innamind returns with some deep dubstep - courtesy of Utrecht's Tomas Roels, better known to us as TMSV. Moody low-end pulsations permeate the powerful opener "No Sleep", while "Temple" gets off on a more uplifting vibe with its ethereal pads, creative rhythm arrangements and hypnotic melodies. Lastly on the flip, "Maniac Mansion" proudly wears its U.K. influence on its sleeve. Following up great releases for labels like Cosmic Bridge. Artikal Music and Black Box, Roels is, well - on a roll!
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Wireless
Wireless (double 12'')
Cat: HJP 49. Rel: 14 Apr 10
  1. Wireless
  2. Anyi
  3. Voices No Bodies
  4. Dig
Review: Torsten Profrock’s T++ project has continually spread its wings since conception in 2005. Championed by fans of techno, dubstep, experimental and drum & bass alike, his latest EP for Honest Jons (and rumoured to be his last under this monkier) showcases the amalgamation of styles and sounds that has earnt the German such a far reaching fanbase.



If it does prove to be the final T++ release ever, then the alias will have left us with the most expressive and energetic of his works. Adding a real sense of personality, Profrock unearthed a handful of samples of the singer and ndingidi player Ssekinomu, recorded in East Africa in the 1930s and 40s in the label’s vaults for this release. Skilfully, the producer works these snippets into the complex rhythm structures, giving his music a human touch that has never been seen before. Profrock looks to the radical fringe of UK garage for the snapping 2 step vibe in these rhythms that remain central to all four tracks on the EP. This results in a clutch of tracks that take on an immensely tribal and subconsciously innate feel. They morph new structures from the forms of 2 step, techno and drum & bass around which Profrock wraps twisted FX and weighty sub bass to create one whole, throbbing organism.
So with quite possibly his final release, T++ leaves us, rather fittingly, with a record that sounds at once both ancient and modern. It has a totally unique tone, like a form of tribal language that can only speak to and be understood by today’s culture through these sub-heavy, atmospheric sounds.
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The Boxer (Kromestar Remix)
Cat: TEC 103. Rel: 04 Sep 18
  1. The Boxer (Kromestar remix) (5:38)
  2. Swish (Kromestar remix) (4:38)
Review: Two massive Pinch classics taken on by the mighty Kromestar; need we say more? Pinch's 2010 speaker shredder "The Boxer" gets an absolute fouling with epic distortion on the bass and swaggering drums. It's so heavy it's been on dub for at least two years. Flip for Kromestar's take on Pinch's 2011 Deep Medi murker "Swish" as it's given a bullet proof suit of armour ready for any militant war scenario. Both absolutely destroy the dance.
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Sferic Ghost Transmits
Sferic Ghost Transmits (gatefold 2xLP + insert)
Cat: HJRLP 084. Rel: 20 Jan 17
  1. Before The Dam Broke (11:13)
  2. Dive Into The Grave (10:20)
  3. Five Demiurgic Options (9:08)
  4. Spheric Ghost Transmits/Fear The Crown (16:02)
  5. Seven Virgins (11:09)
  6. The Prophet Sequence (4:09)
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C5
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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 in stock $9.23
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