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New releases last eight weeks: Drum & Bass / Jungle

Drum & Bass / Jungle vinyl released in the last four weeks
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Hyperspace EP
Hyperspace EP (limited 12")
Cat: 4AMKV 005. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Nobody Else (extended mix) (5:34)
4AMK4 (4:22)
Fire Is Our Friend (extended mix) (4:30)
Hurt Me No More (extended mix) (6:03)
Review: Stamina crew represent - the 4AM Kru are back with more of their life-affirming jungle workouts for the tail end of the night when the ravers need a little extra juice. This is their fifth drop on Embrace The Real, and once again they've done a bang up job of bringing some fresh ideas to a classic approach. 'Nobody Else' does wonders with a sample which sounds like it could belong to 80s soul diva Stephanie Mills, bringing a powerful dose of melody into the mix before cutting into needlepoint drum funk. '4AMK4' is a relatively chill roller, while 'Fire Is Our Friend' dices up jazzy breaks at a mean clip and dances nimbly on top of the subs and 'Hurt Me No More' swerves directly towards hardcore euphoria, pianos n' all.
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The Amalgam Funk EP
The Amalgam Funk EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: SFR 022. Rel: 20 Oct 23
Dreamlab (6:01)
Amalgam Funk (5:30)
Heaven Spots (6:26)
Quantize Humanity (5:49)
Review: Sonic Force look north for inspiration and invite longstanding Finland junglists Aeon Four over for some for breakbeat choppage carnage. Building on their consistently firesome body of work on ODJ Dizzy's Straight Up Breakbeat, we're instantly zoomed off to space on the Nookie-like 'Dreamlab', we're pummelled into submission by the relentless slaps of 'Amalgam Funk' and given a lesson in law, cosmic jazz and murderation on 'Heaven Spots'. Last but not least 'Quantize Humanity' closes the show with a horn heaving call to adventure. Big percussive brush strokes and a murky, heady feel, you can be your bottom dollar this will be played at Rupture in the near future, if it hasn't already.
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From Theory To Practice
From Theory To Practice (12" + insert limited to 300 copies)
Cat: BSUN 009. Rel: 20 Oct 23
Details Of The Crack (feat Abraham Parker) (5:53)
Acquitrin 1 (5:16)
Acquitrin 2 (5:17)
Waltz For Matis (6:43)
Tags: IDM
 in stock $12.06
Iliads Volume 2
Iliads Volume 2 (limited clear vinyl 12")
Cat: ODYIL 002. Rel: 09 Oct 23
Face In The Shadows (7:06)
Regenesis (6:19)
The Darkness Within (6:42)
 in stock $14.42
Witching Hour EP
Witching Hour EP (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: FOKUZ 122. Rel: 30 Nov 23
The Witching Hour
Sound Of Silence (Hiraeth remix)
Life Indoors (Phaction remix)
Evening Sun
Review: A year on from their debut appearance, Archangel is back at it on Dutch d&b label Fokuz with more of the atmospheric, emotionally-charged gear they delivered on their two previous EPs. This is a suite of moody rollers in the cinematic sense of the term, all brooding melodic arrangement and forlorn vocals atop crisply programmed beats. Hiraeth's epic remix of 'Sound Of Silence' originally arrived on prior dici-only EP Android Waltz, but it was more than deserving of a chance to step out on wax, while Faction gets busy weaving deft tech step touches around 'Life Indoors'. It's a powerful, captivating listen from a talent firmly on an upward trajectory.
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The Force EP
The Force EP (translucent yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: ASW 003. Rel: 19 Oct 23
Surrender (5:32)
Breezin' (6:07)
Take Me (5:24)
The Force (5:00)
Review: 'As We Enter' is the first single from Nas and Damian Marley's collaborative album Distant Relatives and whether or not that influenced the also of this drum & bass producer we do not know. Musically there is little in common as this new EP shows - it is a hardcore mix of jostling amen breaks designed to be heard loud. 'Surrender' is backed with smeared pads that bring the soul and devastating low end bass, while 'Breezin' is a hyperactive sound that darts about all over the place. There is all out vocal wildness on 'Take Me' and last of all come more monstrous breakbeats and raved up synths on 'The Force.'
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Limits To Infinity
Limits To Infinity (white splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: SPTL 017. Rel: 19 Oct 23
What Lies Beneath
Review: ASC can't really do any wrong if you ask us, whether crafting suspensory ambient or laying down killer jungle cuts. It's the latter which he does here for the Spatial label in the form of this great looking multi-colour splatter vinyl. 'Infinity' has you adrift in the cosmos on dusty amen breaks, then '2097' is a tight and kinetic number with mystic lead and yelping vocal fragments. There is yet more deep space mystery to the melodies of 'What Lies Beneath' then humid closer 'Rainforest' has watery droplets falling down physical drum breaks that make you move your hole body.
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Solaris (12")
Cat: OKBR 050. Rel: 15 Oct 23
Solaris (8:06)
First Ascent (8:06)
Review: Simon Huxtable's Aural Imbalance project remains as productive as ever some 25 years on from the first releases, and now newer labels like Okbron are stepping up to carry his work after taking so much inspiration from his approach to atmospheric drum & bass. Despite Okbron's capacity for reissues it seems these two joints are new transmissions and they certainly have a sparkling finish which speaks to Huxtable's experience and precision in the studio, but there's also a gritty bite to the breaks and some rich depth to the synth work which ensures there's a generous dose of personality in these luxurious excursions into the deeper end of d&b.
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The Rise Of The Phoenix EP
Cat: KRG 01. Rel: 11 Oct 23
Jungle Warriors 95 (6:53)
Seconds & Hours (7:54)
The Breeze (8:50)
If You Believe 95 (7:59)
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SWGGN (limited 12")
Cat: SMM 0000103. Rel: 13 Nov 23
SWGGN (Big Hands) (6:31)
SWGGN (Banishsh OP) (4:04)
SWGGN (Banishsh 55) (3:26)
Review: Prolific under a variety of different aliases between them, Italian artists Big Hands and Banishsh continue to push the limits on the latter's new SM000 imprint. Sitting right on the edge of a variety of genre hinterlands, there are notes of jungle, dub, techno and IDM running throughout. Big Hands' 'SWGGN' vibes with the most upbeat feeling and flow while Banishsh's 'OP' version hits with much more of a dancehall bounce and sense of bass tension and the '55' deconstructs and dubs things out even more. Stark behaviours.
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Loving (reissue)
Cat: KM 12R. Rel: 01 Dec 23
Brain Killers - "Loving" (part 1)
Lewi - "Loving" (part 2)
Review: Back to 94! Kemet reissue a seminal slab of breakbeat soul in the form of 'Loving' from Brain Killers and their long-time collaborator Lewi Cifer. Both acts taking the same sample and twisting it in their own way to create two parts, DJ Apache and DJ Unknown's Brain Killers operation goes for more of a party swagger and strong hip-hop and ragga influences while Lewi (who attained the name and reputation of Lewi Screwface due to his previous collabs with the Brain Killers) goes for more of a brutalist drum funk vibe. Still sounding future as hell.
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97-98 EP
97-98 EP (limited 12")
Cat: RUA 013. Rel: 16 Nov 23
97-98 (4:18)
Microfilm (5:19)
Breathe (6:40)
Review: Rua Sound continue to lay down timeless jungle and breakbeat sorcery with this wide-armed set from Russ Brooker. Wrapping up a busy year with releases from the likes of Noroi, Prayer and San, Russ sets his deep space phasers to stun in three vivid ways; '97-99' lives up to its name with an industrial techstep you'd expect from such a title, 'Microfilm' goes for much more of a wild drumfunk vibe while 'Breathe' closes the EP on a slower, dreamier note. Full spectrum vision and textbook delivery, we suspect Russ will be back on Rua in the future.
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Neither Curve Nor Edge
Neither Curve Nor Edge (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: CARRIER 001. Rel: 18 Oct 23
Into The Habit (5:19)
Shading (6:07)
Still So (7:05)
The Motions (5:16)
Review: Guy Brewer is one of those artists who seems to make gold no matter the alias or stylistic intent. He has previously succeed as both one half of legendary drum & bass duo Commix and also moody techno purist Shifted. Now he is freeing himself of those purism shackles as Carrier and has started his own self titled label to do so. He means business from the off here with 'Into The Habit' a melange of busted rhythms and caustic textures and 'Shading' exploring minimalist drum programming and dramatic synthscapes. The combination of the light and the dark, the heavy with the more deft is intriguing once more on the loopy clatter of 'Still So' while closer 'The Motions' suspends you in some pensive pads while fizzing bursts of noise bring some texture.
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Played by: Mimi
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Vimana EP
Vimana EP (12")
Cat: REPRV 032. Rel: 19 Oct 23
Vimana (6:09)
Hold On (6:34)
Faultline (7:11)
Stay (feat B-ahwe) (6:16)
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Delancy Street
Cat: GUNNS 006. Rel: 15 Nov 23
Delancy Street (6:58)
Easy Tiger (7:08)
Review: From Houston to Toronto; Dacamera makes his debut on the Toronto label with these two dreamy jungle excursions. 'Delancy Street' sits somewhere between film noir and post war Paris, the mournful trumpets yearning and wheezing through a Gauloise-thick atmosphere. 'Easy Tiger' takes on even more of a jazz mindset with its woozy sax and lavish brushed drum swings. Dreamy tackle. Perfect for the long dark nights ahead.
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Tears (Fantasia Version)
Cat: RECIPE 052. Rel: 04 Dec 23
Tears (Fantasia version) (6:21)
Rinsa (5:47)
Review: Bristol jungle lynchpin Dead Man's Chest is usually found steering the good ship Western Lore, but back in 2017 he did a series of drops for Ingredients billed as Trilogy Dubs. Originally available on the label's Bandcamp site, now the first volume is pressed up on 10" for some deck-based air time. 'Tears (Fantazia Version)' on the A-side leads with a sad-eyed r&b sample and some lingering piano, but when the drop comes its pure Reese power with a slant towards d&b rather than the jungle DMC's more commonly associated with. 'Rinsa' on the flip is a rowdy slice of Mentasm trickery - the perfect counterpoint to the lead track's solemn vibe.
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Operator Drop EP
Operator Drop EP (double 10")
Cat: SENSI 010. Rel: 15 Oct 23
Operator Drop (5:43)
Cantankerous Business (5:48)
Zion Bound (feat Msymiakos) (4:52)
Squeeze (4:37)
 in stock $31.99
Be Bold EP
Be Bold EP (limited 12")
Cat: KR 013. Rel: 13 Oct 23
DJ Ande - "Be Bold" (Blame Shadow remix) (11:05)
DJ KOS - "Haunting" (3:33)
DJ Terrace - "XXL" (2:21)
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Cat: DANJET 004VNL. Rel: 30 Nov 23
DJ Dan vs Dima Pulsar - "Hyperspeed"
Barbitura - "One In The Jungle"
Review: DanJet proclaims itself to be the first Russian drum & bass label, which might be up for debate, but at the very least it would have been one of the first when it first operated in 1997. Spearheaded by DJ Dan, the label drops its fourth vinyl and chooses to, erm, pay tribute to The Prodigy on the A-side via Dan and Dima Pulsar's 'Hyperspeed'. There are more than a few elements from Experience twisted into modern d&b forms on this track, no doubt sure to please older heads and younger generations of ravers alike. Barbitura's 'One In The Jungle' on the B-side is an all-out tear-out driven by sirens, dark side bass and blistering breaks.
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Horizons Lost EP
Horizons Lost EP (yellow & green marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: KR 014. Rel: 05 Dec 23
DJ Kos - "Horizons Lost" (Dope Ammo remix) (4:28)
DJ Kos - "Horizons Lost" (Sync Dynamix remix) (6:33)
DJ Ande - "Psycho Boy" (6:52)
Dertie Bassett - "Afraid Of The Dark" (5:56)
 in stock $14.16
More Controversy
More Controversy (red splattered vinyl 12" limited to 100 copies)
Cat: IDV 002LTD. Rel: 13 Oct 23
More Controversy (6:04)
Waiting For You (5:32)
 in stock $23.60
More Controversy
More Controversy (translucent red & black marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: IDV 002. Rel: 13 Oct 23
More Controversy (6:04)
Waiting For You (5:36)
 in stock $14.16
The Love Of Jah
Cat: HIDDENHAWAII 4445NULLPUNKT0000023. Rel: 18 Oct 23
The Love Of Jah (7:11)
Niaibingi (7:26)
Review: Ready for a reload? Fresh from dropping his almighty debut album Firm Meditation on us earlier this year, Rupture roustabout Double O rewinds time on Nullpunkt for two hefty hits from his discography gone by. 'Love Of Jah' sets the tone. Last spotted around 2011, its soulful hurricane still hasn't died down one bit thanks to those pummelling drums and all-consuming pads. The 15 year old 'Niaibingi' sounds just as future, too. Originally released on Hidden Hawaii on his heartfelt 'For My Brother' EP, it still shakes all bones in a 20 mile radius whenever played.
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Change Your Stars EP
Cat: KOMNI 01. Rel: 06 Nov 23
Change Your Stars
Review: It's been an exciting and prolific year for Eusebeia with releases on the likes of Future Retro, Samurai, Lore and Umai so far. Now Omni, too with 'Change Your Stars'; a dreamy escapade into the most cosmic corners of the jungle solar system. The title track put lightyears between the breaks and deep celestial voices and pads harmonise with tension in the background while 'Reconciliation' shimmers with an offkey soul that sits somewhere between Peshay and Orbital. Flip for 'Correspondence' where everything orbits around the brutalist breaks and 'Radiance' that lives up to its name with swooping jazzy keys and a strong sense of Detroit. Timeless.
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LORELTD 010 (heavyweight vinyl 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: LORELTD 010. Rel: 26 Oct 23
One Love (5:18)
Interconnect (5:20)
To Be (6:04)
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Champion Of Champions: Part 2 (reissue)
Cat: KM 11. Rel: 01 Dec 23
Champion Of Champions (part 2)
Stop Pushing
Bonus (Dud Plate mix)
Review: Time for another reissue from the mighty Kemet, one of the sturdiest pillars of the original jungle foundations. Here we find them celebrating the contributions and pure skill of James Stephens' FOI alias with this champion slab from 1994. 'Champion Of Champions' brings a strong sense of triumph before murking you up with the vocal layers and cut-glass edits. Deeper into the EP we hit version central as the other two cuts utilise elements of 'Champions' in different ways; 'Stop Pushing' comes with the big euphoric blasts while the Bonus Dud Plate gives a different twist again. Pure entertainment.
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 in stock $15.47
Intelligence Series Vol 1
Cat: HVS 03. Rel: 15 Oct 23
Farquaad & Ben Kei - "You're The One I Need" (Quaad VIP) (8:44)
Laramie & Quaad - "Into The 4th Dimension" (5:56)
Quad - "Gnarly Cabbage" (5:45)
 in stock $16.26
FLXK1 #4
FLXK1 #4 (12")
Cat: NULLPUNKT 0000020. Rel: 18 Oct 23
Who Are You (version) (4:46)
Earth (4:05)
Akkumulator (Onar Anxiety version) (4:37)
Earth (Deconstruction By Forest Drive West) (6:09)
Sobriquet (feat John Elliot) (4:36)
Review: Berlin born Felix K is a music composer and producer with a sound perfectly befitting his hometown, as proven here on Nullpunkt. This is an EP of stylish techno for darkened basements - the drums are heavy but never lack funk, the synths are scuffed metal but full of soul and the whole ambience of the tunes is gritty, grey and lo-fi yet they are all hugely alluring and evocative. There is a spooky sense of unease in 'Earth' and real dub brilliance to 'Who Are You.' 'Sobriquet' is a more intense rhythmic exercise with many layers or interlocking sound while a Deconstruction By Forest Drive West of 'Earth' is late night techno minimalism par excellence.
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The Junglistique Concrete EP
Cat: GWAX 001. Rel: 07 Nov 23
Fleck - "Lakes On Saturn" (Radiokillaz remix)
Riffz - "Can't Stop"
Vinyl Junkie - "Rudegal Dem"
Radiokillaz - "Time Again"
Review: Vinyl Junkie catapults a brand new label into the universe and his intention is loud and clear - Badass authentic jungle craftsmanship for the ages. He's rolling neck deep with kindred soldiers; Radiokillaz and Fleck get wild on the breaks on 'Lakes On Saturn', Riffz dusts off the detuned rave stabs for that aggy hardcore flavour while VJ himself whips up some delightful breakbeat switchery that melts into a dubwise breakdown for momentary respite. Radiokillaz close down the EP with a touch of soul on 'Time Again', a poignant space jazz joint laced with mournful strings and a yearning vocal. Meltdown.
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LHRV 06 (12")
Cat: LHRV 06. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Grinda - "Release Me"
Optifiber - "Pray For Another Day" (feat Frosper)
Capital Dogz - "You've Got This" (feat Sammie Hall)
Nic ZigZag - "Winter Evening Sky"
 in stock $15.20
Viperstyle (yellow marbled vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: CRIT 215. Rel: 27 Oct 23
Review: Critical Music welcome back Halogenix for another masterclass in upfront d&b technique from one of the best doing it right now. This is a sharply focused two track release, with the A-side playing on a time-honoured love of martial arts cinema through its speech samples about the titular 'Viperstyle'. The track itself is a snaking, tightly packed affair with some serious depth etched into the grainy bass distortion. 'Lana' heads further out with even more audacious low-end acrobatics to get a dance swerving sideways from the front to the back.
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 in stock $16.26
Moving Along
Moving Along (limited 12")
Cat: DAT 050. Rel: 22 Nov 23
Moving Along
Crazy Eyes
 in stock $16.00
Dust (translucent pink marbled vinyl 10")
Cat: AKO 10016. Rel: 01 Nov 23
Dust (5:46)
The Cruel Sea (5:00)
Review: Now for something completely different! Forever ahead of the game, Hidden Agenda's role in leftfield jungle soul has been undeniable and hugely influential since the mid-90s and it's amazing to see Jason back now and on such a maverick edge. Both of these cuts hit with a unique vibe and flavour that's so refreshing to hear. 'Dust' is a psychedelic wonderland that slides along with shimmering layers of percussion, guitar and keys. 'Cruel Sea' takes things a little darker as an edgy, unpredictable drive takes the lead. Think Krust's recent work on Crosstown Rebels and you're on the right planet. AKO Beatz never miss a punch.
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 in stock $15.72
VSN 122
VSN 122 (grey marbled vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: VSN 122. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Track 01 (3:17)
Blueshift (3:09)
Novaform (3:03)
Quasar (3:12)
Luminae (3:02)
Hide Sun (3:02)
Review: Excellent, blindingly techy new offering from Machinedrum & Holly. The pair channel glossy, post-internet trap, early 00s Coki-esque dubstep skwelch and all the best parts of contemporary d&b. 'VSN 122' comes with all the rushy euphoria of the best pop-adjacent, accessible dance music records, but maintains its edge with shards of unorthodox sound design and texture- take the wild bowed cymbal-sounding wubs in 'Novaform' or the unhinged FM action and distant vocal hollering on 'Luminae' for instance. Over the course of a mere six tracks, Machinedrum & Holly weave a complex tapestry of club affect, from the languid spa-hop of 'Blueshift' to the overtly poppy rush of 'Hide Sun'. Forward!
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In The City EP
Cat: INFRALTD 025. Rel: 01 Dec 23
In The City (6:17)
Fantazia/Thanks & Praise (feat Salva) (11:15)
Review: J Majik is of course a drum & bass don who not only knocked out killer DJ sets and productions but also headed up his own Infrared Records and made it into one the bastions of the scene from the mid-90s onwards. Thelatest from the label finds the man born James Spratling serving up the crushing breaks and doom laded synths of 'In The City', all designed meticulously and sure to make a massive impact. He then goes long on the 11-minute B-side epic 'Fantazia/Thanks & Praise' (feat Salva) which is a dark and hard hitting flurry of amen breaks and rave vocals.
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 in stock $16.00
Isle of Crass EP
Cat: RLX 002. Rel: 17 Oct 23
Slow Wheeze (4:28)
Sleeper Hold (4:08)
PSI (5:13)
Isle Of Crass (4:50)
Played by: Wes Baggaley
 in stock $14.16
Lunar EP
Lunar EP (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: ELCT 01. Rel: 17 Nov 23
Lunar (6:13)
Hiyah (6:00)
F**K Off With Your Horoscopes (6:21)
Black Sky (5:54)
Review: Eddy Kennedy's output as Kessler is on a relentless rise as he leaps from knockout releases on Club Glow, Shall Not Fade and Holding Hands to this masterpiece on Elicit. 'Lunar' is true to the space-tipped title as Kessler takes breakbeat science into glitchy, epic territory guided by broad synth strokes to wind up more aligned to Squarepusher at his most reflective. 'Hiyah' is a ruffer concern with snarling bass and a more linear focus towards warehouse-quaking rave pressure. 'FK Off With Your Horoscopes' might well take aim at spirituality, but there's something meditative and reflective about the melodic content and subtly sculpted beats coursing their way through this modern slice of uptempo electronica.
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Heart Of A Lion EP
Cat: FUNC 055. Rel: 18 Oct 23
Depth Charge (6:48)
Heart Of A Lion (6:25)
Stick Em Up (6:43)
Space Bells (5:37)
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Mind Clarity EP
Mind Clarity EP (yellow & green marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: TIN 051. Rel: 09 Nov 23
Ego Destroyer (4:38)
Caribbean Croft (4:14)
Inner Peace (4:30)
Mind Clarity (3:24)
 in stock $14.16
Illusions EP
Illusions EP (grey & black marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: AKOMD 006. Rel: 22 Nov 23
Late Night Attack
 in stock $15.72
R Whites Volume 4
R Whites Volume 4 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: LEMON 004. Rel: 19 Oct 23
Law - "Bleep Inside My Soul" (5:55)
RUNDR - "Getting It" (feat Lwy) (5:34)
Law & Kola Nut - "Self Control" (Dwarde remix) (5:32)
Law, Ben Repertoire, RUNDR - "36 Views" (5:34)
 in stock $13.11
Primera (green marbled vinyl 10")
Cat: SM DE35. Rel: 17 Nov 23
Primera (4:36)
Vamos (4:31)
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Looney Tunes EP
Looney Tunes EP (grey marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: FOKUZ 121. Rel: 09 Nov 23
Bonkers (4:28)
Nuff Respect (4:36)
This Way (4:08)
Still In Love (4:13)
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Yes To Satan
Cat: WAX 017. Rel: 07 Nov 23
Yes To Satan (The Released version)
Yes To Satan (vinyl Junkie & Sanxion remix)
Yes To Satan (Promo version)
Yes To Satan (unreleased live PA mix)
Review: The artwork of this new one on Warehouse Wax gives you a fair impression of what to expect: flame-hot hardcore and breakbeat fusion with the devil's energy run right through. It's a sound that is ever more back in vogue right now as people crave something dark when hitting up their local disco. The single is by New Atlantic and is presented as four different cuts. First is 'Yes To Satan' The Released version which is an old school dancefloor assault, then comes a more dense vinyl Junkie & Sanxion remix plus a promo version and an unreleased live PA mix.
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Improvisions (limited white vinyl 12")
Cat: METALP 27. Rel: 01 Nov 23
Nookie & Ruth Royall - "Part Of Me" (3:32)
Future Forever (6:31)
In Love (6:04)
Over & Over (6:07)
Review: One of the most GOATed of GOATs, Nookie requires absolutely no introduction. And his fist album in over 15 years is an absolutely massive deal this year. Especially when it's on Metalheadz. And especially when it runs the whole Nookie gamut from house to jungle and features the supreme tones of songwriter du jour Ruth Royall. Here are just four examples as Headz gives us a little tease under the vinyl spotlight. The gutsy soul of 'Part Of Me', the timeless Chicago-style vibes of 'In Love' and the beguiling futurism of 'Over & Over', long may Nookie continue to reign.
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Okee EP
Okee EP (purple marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: TUNNEL 22. Rel: 11 Oct 23
Astral Voyager (6:30)
Acapulco (7:05)
Phobos II (5:59)
Network 24 (6:08)
Review: Time Tunnel continue their astral explorations with this exceptional body of work from Serbian mainstay Okee. Four cuts full, each one rooted in that cosmic, spatial, dreamy space that labels like Good Looking and artists like Krome & Time were exceptional at creating. Highlights include the very hot mind-losing sample on 'Acapulco', the big Moby-style belting diva vocal sample on 'Phobos II' and the slippery sci-fi fusion on 'Network 24'. What a package. Don't be lowkey about Okee.
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Planet Jazz
Planet Jazz (limited 12")
Cat: AGN7VN 003. Rel: 10 Nov 23
Planet Jazz (7:07)
Mezzo Forte (8:00)
Backyard Bustle (6:18)
Forward (7:14)
Review: Building on more than 20 years in the game, recent times have seen London-based junglist Opius exploring album formats and deeper strains within d&b and jungle on labels like Silent Force, Time Tunnel and his own Ballpark. Now he arrives on AGN7 Audio with a blistering exercise in experimental d&b that takes a broader look at what a breakbeat can be. The emphasis here is on jazz, as blasts of post bop drumming get sliced and diced into head-rushing constructions that feel as fresh as the first time you heard someone getting busy with an amen.
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 in stock $12.57
UVB76 028
UVB76 028 (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: UVB76 028. Rel: 23 Oct 23
Mima's Room (5:35)
After Hours (6:07)
Review: Overlook continues to bolster UVB-76's position as one of the front-runners in junglist innovation with this latest single. There's many sides to the Bournemouth producer's sound, as 'Mima's Room' guides us through deft breakbeat interplay, hazy jazz samples and fathoms deep atmospherics and pads which somehow sidestep the usual Good Looking reference points to head somewhere else. It's mellow and meditative, but speaking it's own truth thanks to Overlook's precise and potent production style. By way of contrast, 'After Hours' is a rasping D&B variation shrouded in nihilistic tones and powered by hard edged drums. It's a split personality of a record, and that makes it all the more exciting.
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Top Shelf Material EP
Top Shelf Material EP (hand-stamped 12" + insert)
Cat: QUOTH 2. Rel: 14 Nov 23
Pearl River Sound & The Horn - "Modular Grime" (3:35)
Pearl River Sound - "Funeral Acid" (4:21)
The Horn - "The Hunt" (4:36)
The Horn - "Commander Klutz" (4:35)
The Horn - "Commander Klutz" (Pearl River Sound Mad version) (5:56)
Pearl River Sound - "MPC Groovy" (4:46)
Review: The second release from Alex Egan's Utter sub label Quoth finds a link-up between Pearl River Sound and The Horn - two outlier operators with plenty to say when their machines collide. Pearl River Sound has been scattering outstanding releases on Further, Seagrave and Further Electronix amongst others, while The Horn comes from serious Devon techno heritage having cut his teeth on Evolution back in t'day. This is all about upfront material though, with a tendency towards microtonal braindance that veers from the self-explanatory collaboration 'Modular Grime' to solo forays into off-kilter, acidic electro funk. Nowhere near as derivative as a lot of current braindance, this is real freaked-out electronics for those with discerning taste.
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The Riddle
Cat: WNCL 047. Rel: 13 Nov 23
The Riddle (5:37)
The Riddle (Dexta remix) (6:57)
Review: Fizzy styles! Planet Wax co-founder Sicknote shakes up a new alias and ping off the lid, getting us all sticky with his breaks/hardcore fusion. Bone rattling business with breaks so heavy they carry the weight of a jungle vibe that would usually be much faster, it's a timeless weapon. Comes complete with a much faster, rave-minded jungle twist from his inter-Planet Wax-ary partner Dexta. Trust us, this one's gonna pop.
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