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An Increase In Entropy
An Increase In Entropy (limited translucent red marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: SMDE 20LTD. Rel: 12 May 22
Volatile (6:54)
Heart Of Darkness (6:31)
In My Dreams (6:58)
Cold Snap (6:09)
 in stock $14.08
Fantazia EP
Cat: FOKUZ 113. Rel: 29 Apr 22
Fantazia (5:24)
Enterprise (4:50)
Turning Heads (4:13)
Overload (5:06)
 in stock $12.46
The Dead Evil EP
Cat: BREED 41. Rel: 02 Jul 24
Get You (2023 mix)
Better Nature
Drift Away
A Way Of Life
 in stock $15.71
Shelflife 7
Cat: SIGCD 017. Rel: 20 May 22
Cure Amen
Cross The Line
Dumplings & Stew
Ready Beek
Black Mountain (with Jet Li)
Blimp Op
We Call It Rising
Roga Funk
Nearly Nothing
Review: Is there a more consistently policy and famously high quality producer in all of electric music - let alone just drum & bass - that the universally respected Irishman, Calibre? The don of drums and baron of bass is by now a master of his art and the one going Shelflife series continually proves that time and time again. This seventh volume is once again jam-packed with silky rhythms, soulful sounds and meticulous craftsman ship across a wide range of tempos and moods. There are roomy steppers like 'Ready Beek' next to darker, edgier and more menacing cuts like 'Snoopy' signature emotive sounds like 'Nearly Nothing.'
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 in stock $12.46
Alterations In Gyral Form
Cat: WEME 087. Rel: 07 Jun 24
Orange Peel (3:48)
A Total Disregard For Whatever It Is You Think (3:18)
Debbie Will Deck You (3:29)
We Saw Your Mum In Tesco (1:33)
Sad Stay Snakebitten (6:34)
Where Is My Hat? (7:12)
Denzil's Breath (6:01)
Cheek Biting (5:21)
Gravy Boot (3:57)
Hera Endleofan (3:18)
Nevermeant No 8593 (3:30)
 in stock $28.99
Distant Traveller EP
Cat: VC 024. Rel: 02 Jul 24
Atmospheric 153
 in stock $15.71
MASSIV 07 (hand-stamped vinyl 12")
Cat: MASSIV 07. Rel: 12 Jul 17
FFF - "Opposing Quadrant" (5:36)
Coco Bryce - "More Massiv" (5:04)
 in stock $14.08
Jah Victory
Cat: 4572. Rel: 14 Dec 12
Flatliners & Mr Foul - "Jah Victory"
The Untouchables - "War Of Kings"
 in stock $9.21
Wet Dreamz
Wet Dreamz (translucent red marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: WETDREAMZ 001. Rel: 10 Nov 22
Wet Dreamz (5:12)
Smoking Out The Window (5:10)
Some Of Us (5:29)
Pretty Little Fears (4:34)
 in stock $13.55
The Journey Man
Cat: METALP 012. Rel: 16 Jun 17
Horizons (feat Swindle) (6:59)
Prism (6:07)
Mountains (Farida's Song) (5:12)
Castaway (4:29)
The Mirrored River (5:39)
I Adore You (feat Natalie Williams & Ulterior Motive) (6:04)
I Think Of You (7:11)
Truth (feat Jose James) (4:55)
Redemption (18:23)
Tu Viens Avec Moi? (8:47)
The Ballad Celeste (5:10)
This Is Not A Love Song (6:25)
The River Mirrored (5:38)
Triangle (5:54)
Tomorrow's Not Today (4:30)
Run Run Run (6:05)
Review: It would be fair to say that excitement has been building since Goldie announced the release of The Journey Man earlier this year. You see, the expansive, triple-vinyl full-length is the Metalheadz man's first album since 1998's patchy Saturnz Return, and is being trumpeted by those who've heard it in full as a triumphant return to form. It naturally features some sweeping, classical instrumentation, but there's nothing as self indulgent as the hour-long "Mother". Furthermore, Goldie has wisely delivered a set of high quality drum and bass that ticks numerous boxes - dancefloor darkness, jungle revivalism, liquid funk warmth - with a string of suitably impressive collaborators (Ulterior Motive, Swindle, Jose James, Natalie Williams, Terri Walker) swinging by to ensure the set oozes soul.
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 in stock $46.06
Negative Space (reissue)
Negative Space (reissue) (white with black splattered vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: SMDELP 01. Rel: 06 Dec 16
Hawkeye (5:48)
Spasmolytic (5:43)
Retina (with Red Army) (6:27)
Ironhead (6:05)
Echoes (6:08)
Tidal Track (5:50)
Malice (5:44)
Jawbox (with Gremlinz) (5:42)
Conduit VIP (5:48)
Red Herring (6:07)
Third Rail (6:25)
Killing Moon (5:45)
Review: Topping off an incredible year in which he's launched his own label (Weaponry) and delivered three EP troves of deep drum darkness, Seattle's Homemade Weapons presents his debut album Negative Space. Followers of his disarming, physical, rolling sub-heavy sound will know exactly how important this is: the flurried amen crashes of opener "Hawkeye", the cavernous ricochet rhythm shots of "Retina", the heavily pressurised space station pads, micro-traces of jazz and busted drum fury of "Conduit", the gurgling Doc Scott style drones and sense-blurring space between the drums on "Red Herring".... Homemade Weapons has captured his stark signature with slick, subtle detail and created a document that compounds everything we've suspected since he emerged in 2011.
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Played by: M50, Bop
 in stock $49.31
Heavyweight Vol 4
Heavyweight Vol 4 (limited 10")
Cat: INFRALTD 031. Rel: 02 Jul 24
Track 1 (5:31)
Track 2 (5:55)
Review: Two ragga jungle ragers straight from the Infrared label. Ablaze with a rhythmic heat burning hotter than a pine forest caked in talc comes the untitled A; the track clears all in its path by virtue of its ultra-dry and somewhat still caked-in-mud breaks mix, which never once settles nor lets up on the oxidisation process. Apparently originally started in the 90s, the track was never finished until now, though more recent revisitations to the track were still doggedly insistent on use of an Akai Sample, just as it was in, you know, the "good old days". Track 2, the equally, mercilessly unsparingly named 'Untitled 8', meanwhile, was allegedly engineered by the crunch-drum maestro himself, Dillinja.
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 in stock $15.16
Take A Breath VIP
Take A Breath VIP (red vinyl 12")
Cat: SUICIDE 098. Rel: 08 Feb 19
Take A Breath (Klute remix) (5:38)
The Box (5:38)
Annihilation (5:59)
 in stock $10.30
Flux (white vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: LOH 17. Rel: 23 May 24
City Moon (4:13)
Alicia (3:59)
Sound Of Waves (3:57)
Psyche (4:19)
Nova (5:45)
By Your Side (5:22)
Ring (5:51)
I'll Always Love You (4:59)
Sunset Bell (7:52)
Review: Love Spirals Downwards' seminal 1998 album, Flux, receives a well-deserved vinyl reissue, enriching its ethereal soundscape with newfound clarity and depth. Remastered by Ryan Lum, the album's lush blend of ethereal guitars, celestial vocals, and pioneering breakbeats resonates as powerfully today as it did upon its debut. From the skittering rhythms of 'City Moon' to the haunting beauty of 'Psyche,' the album's innovative fusion of genres captivates listeners, offering a timeless sonic journey. Insightful liner notes by Jason Morehead of Opus Zine accompany the release, providing a deeper understanding of the album's creative process and enduring impact. Flux stands as a landmark in the dream pop genre, hailed by Pitchfork and among others and this vinyl reissue allows fans to rediscover its transcendent beauty once again.
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 in stock $30.61
Through Lines
Cat: 3024 MAR1LP. Rel: 16 May 24
Broken (5:03)
Friedrichstrasse (5:04)
Yet (5:54)
TRG - Broken Heart (Martyn DCM mix) (5:46)
Cloud Convention (6:38)
Vancouver (6:07)
Mega Drive Generation (6:18)
Get Down (6:40)
Virgo (6:52)
Review: Dutch DJ/producer Martyn has always been one of techno and bass music's most thoughtful and diverse operators, with a trademark production style that draws on many interconnected styles and now a Substack newsletter full of interesting essays about different aspects of the music culture he's been part of for decades. Through Lines, seemingly inspired by his ongoing desire to make sense of the musical shifts he's contributed to, is his first career retrospective - a fine collection of personal favourites and hand-picked club workouts featuring tracks recorded and released at different points between 2005 and 2015. It's a terrific collection filled with tracks that variously mix and match elements of dubstep, polyrhythmic techno, UK garage, Detroit techno, broken beat, 140, drum and bass and deep techno.
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Played by: Shadow Dancer
 in stock $33.06
Where Do We Go From Here EP
Cat: FOKUZ 109. Rel: 12 Nov 21
Where Do We Go From Here (5:16)
Melinki & Hadley - "Someone Who Makes Me Smile Again" (6:21)
It's Over (Random Movement remix) (4:35)
Melinki & Low:r - "What's Real" (Humanature remix) (4:33)
 in stock $10.83
Grush (limited luminous vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: ZIQ 465X. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Reticulum A (4:19)
Hyper Daddy (5:24)
Fogou (2:43)
Magic Pony Ride (Pt 4) (2:38)
Imperial Crescent (3:45)
Reticulum B (3:37)
Grush (3:12)
Belvedere (3:32)
Raver (3:07)
Windsor Safari Park (5:35)
Hastings (2:48)
Manscape (5:23)
Metaphonk (5:06)
Reticulum C (4:44)
Review: Mike Paradinas doesn't need to prove anything to anyone, having helmed Planet Mu since electronica's breakthrough years while weaving his own idiosyncratic path through various strains of braindance along the way. Still, when he delivers an album it feels like an occasion, and Grush maintains the pace with a spectacular reflection on the broader sonic ideas he's been toying with for nigh on three decades. This album was crafted with live energy in mind - some tracks were written in the aftermath of particular gigs, some were written specifically to be played out - and the arc of the album is intended to evoke the flow of a live set. Along the way his instinct for sparkling melodies and needlepoint drum programming shine through, nailing a vibe between classic nostalgia and restless innovation like only he can.
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 in stock $26.56
Intellect (remix)
Cat: DAT 061. Rel: 10 Jan 24
Intellect (remix) (6:48)
Sample & Hold (6:24)
Review: Deep Jungle have delivered once again as some seminal sounds from Lucky Spin have been unearthed and reissued. Destination 1995; a West Country trio named Orca are making their name for themselves in the jungle phenomenon. Featuring early sounds from Decoder (one half of the chart-topping Kosheen years later), each of these breakbeat bust-ups carries a certain air of Bristol grit and euphoric rave energy. 'Intellect' is all about the savage drum chops while 'Sample & Hold' goes in more for the deep swing. Timeless vibes. Have yourself a whale of a time. (Not sorry)
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 in stock $15.71
Sick Music 2020
Sick Music 2020 (4xLP box set in slipcase)
Cat: NHS 369LP. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Grafix - "Blue Dreams" (3:53)
Degs - "Levitate Your Mind" (feat Unglued) (4:10)
Keeno - "I Wonder" (feat Ellie Madison) (5:19)
Fred V - "Sad Jungle" (3:52)
Drs & Dynamite - "Fix It All" (feat London Elektricity) (5:30)
Nu:tone - "The Moment" (feat Lea Lea) (4:33)
Todd Terry - "Bounce To The Beat" (Serum remix) (4:29)
Kings Of The Rollers - "You Got Me" (SPY remix) (5:22)
Urbandawn - "Egregor" (4:58)
Inja - "Sanctuary" (4:05)
Yazzus & Magnum Larry - "Desire" (4:43)
Missing & Mr Time - "Original 90s" (4:04)
SPY - "Step & Flow VIP" (4:02)
Loxy & Ink - "The Herald" (5:54)
Polaris - "Distant" (6:29)
Bop X Subwave - "Dead Almost" (4:12)
Mitekiss - "Something Real" (feat Ruth Corey) (5:14)
Tolima Jets - "Clams" (4:29)
Etherwood - "American Fruity" (6:18)
Logistics - "Sleeper Dub" (4:12)
Think Tonk - "Falling For Yooo" (4:12)
Roberto Surace - "Joys" (Unglued remix) (4:37)
Whiney - "Hallowed" (3:42)
Kanine - "Snake Eyes" (4:29)
Radiax - "Tech Trick" (4:09)
! low stock $38.47
Fabric Presents The Streets
Cat: FABRIC 220. Rel: 04 Jul 24
The Streets - "No Better Than Chance"
Cesco, Hamdi - "Swing King"
Hilts - "345" (feat IZCO)
LAU RA - "The Danger"
TQD - "Nice & Close"
Douvelle19, Catching Cairo - "U Could Be Mine"
Coki, Leotrix - "DIY" (feat Flowdan)
Manga Saint Hilare, MoreNight - "Exercise" (feat Kamakaze)
Tentendo, Mustbejohn - "Motive"
MPH - "Overrated"
Oppidan - "Mr Sandman"
Dusky - "Eros" (Interplanetary Criminal remix)
Fred Again, The Streets, Dermot Kennedy - "Mike (Desert Island Duvet)" (Skinners version)
Fantom Freq, Eric Mark - "Wicked Sound" (feat Dread MC)
Bruza - "Boiling Point" (feat Logan Olm)
The Streets - "Cannot Be A Lie"
Mike Skinner - "Sharp Knives Are Safer"
33 Below, DRIIA - "LOYAL"
The Streets - "Boxing In Slow Motion"
Mike Skinner - "Hands Down"
Icarus - "Change" (Bullet Tooth remix)
Mike Skinner - "Neine To 5"
Nineteen97 - "Outdablu"
Enigma Dubz, Snowy - "Lost It" (Medicine Place remix)
Hustle Athletics - "Lekker" (Posij remix)
Caspa - "Silly" (feat Dynamite)
Ance - "Distinct"
Biicla - "That's My Shit"
Emz - "Free" (feat Nasser & Valor)
Rohaan, Kelbin - "Run Away"
The Streets - "End Of The Queue"
 in stock $13.55
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