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Untrue (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: HDBLP 002. Rel: 02 Nov 07
Track 1 (0:43)
Archangel (3:58)
Near Dark (3:54)
Ghost Hardware (4:49)
Endorphin (2:57)
Etched Headplate (6:00)
In McDonalds (2:07)
Untrue (6:16)
Shell Of Light (4:41)
Dog Shelter (3:00)
Homeless (5:18)
UK (1:41)
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 $18.67
Street Halo
Cat: HDB 013. Rel: 24 Mar 11
Street Halo
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 $9.20
Kindred EP
Cat: HDB 059. Rel: 08 Mar 12
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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 in stock $9.20
Claustro (heavyweigjht vinyl 12")
Cat: HDB 120. Rel: 14 Jun 19
Claustro (5:44)
State Forest (7:53)
Review: While he's offered up the occasional remix, William "Burial" Bevan has been rather quiet of late. In fact, this two-tracker marks his first original material for almost two years. Lead cut "Claustro" is an unexpectedly up-tempo dancefloor affair - a sweet and sticky chunk of future-garage that sees Bevan wrap sugary female vocal snippets, spacey chords and bubbly analogue electronics around snappy two-step beats - drenched in vinyl crackle and tape hiss - and a rock solid bassline. It will raise a few eyebrows given his previous work but nevertheless sounds like a summer anthem in waiting. Bevan returns to familiar territory on flipside cut "State Forest", a ghostly, field recording-laden ambient excursion where pedal steel style motifs slowly rise above opaque electronics.
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 in stock $8.41
Burial (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: HDBLP 001. Rel: 04 May 07
U Hurt Me
Distant Lights
Southern Comfort
Broken Home
Night Bus
Played by: Barbarix
 in stock $18.40
Imhotep (12")
Cat: SYSTM 035. Rel: 28 Oct 20
Imhotep (5:21)
Imhotep (Boofy remix) (5:09)
Review: Bristol boy Khan remains a leading light on the bass heavy end of the city's electronic spectrum and follows up a thrilling three-way collab with Ishan Sound and Rider Shafique from earlier in the year with a new down and dirty ditty. 'Imhotep' (named after an Egyptian chancellor to the Pharaoh Djoser, who was also an architect responsible for the Djoser's step pyramid and high preset of the sun god Ra) is a mysterious tune with real warmth. The skeletal beats and hits make the groove while sustained pads and distant motifs all draw you in deep. Boofy remixes it into something a little more direct but just as deep.
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Played by: Taiko
 in stock $12.61
Badman Sound
Cat: DP 038. Rel: 26 Jul 10
Doctor P - "Badman Sound"
Trolly Snatcha - "Slowdown"
Played by: Doctor P, Dub Police
! low stock $2.10
Cat: IMRV 037. Rel: 18 Sep 23
Deliverance (4:39)
The Time Is Now (feat DPRNDRP) (4:14)
Review: The deep dubstep revival continues to roll on and turn out ever more crucial sounds from the underground and back streets. Bukkha's latest for Innamind Recordings is a perfect case in point - it's primed and ready to blow out the basins of any system it is played on. Opener 'Deliverance' has some serious weight to it while the low-end wobbles keep things rolling under crispy, long tailed hits and hissing synth mystery. On the flip is 'The Time Is Now" (feat DPRNDRP)', a more crunchy and broken beat overlaid with squealing synth motifs and bad man vocalisations.
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 in stock $13.15
Dyrge EP
Dyrge EP (double 10")
Cat: ACRE 074. Rel: 25 May 18
Bitch & Moan (3:39)
Leeroy (3:40)
Dyrge (4:22)
Yuliya (3:42)
 in stock $11.04
Shrines (gatefold heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: CAD 3218. Rel: 19 Jul 12
 in stock $20.51
Kalawanji (12")
Cat: MEDIRP 001. Rel: 01 Jun 23
Kalawanji (feat Cessman) (5:14)
Surgery (4:41)
Review: Deep Medi releases are always a cause for excitement, so it comes as no surprise that some of their earliest output is now being given the reissue treatment, nearly 20 years on from the label's inception. 'Kalawanji' is the infamous debut release by London producer Kromestar, with vocals by Cessman, and first came out on Deep Medi in 2006. Now on a limited green vinyl edition, to contrast to the original black, 'Kalawanji' and 'Surgery' are as raucous a pair of tracks as ever, recalling the period in which growly wobbles were just about taking over.
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! low stock $14.72
Project XI
Cat: BSSKRT 024. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Project XI
 in stock $13.15
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 stock $16.31
James Blake
James Blake (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: ATLAS2LP. Rel: 02 Feb 11
Tep & The Logic
The Wilhelm Scream
I Never Learnt To Share
Lindisfarne I
Lindisfarne II
Limit To Your Love
Give Me My Month
To Care (Like You)
Why Don't You Call Me?
I Mind
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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Tags: Abstract
 in stock $29.45
Tell Me
Tell Me (12")
Cat: RUBI 003. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Tell Me (6:04)
Tapestry (3:17)
Atomic (3:38)
Review: On Tell Me, Skeptical capitalises on the freedom afforded by his own Rubi label by dialling back his established d&b sound and presenting a half-time trip into downtempo territory. That shouldn't be mistaken as a softening of his production chops, because there's still massive amounts of weight as he warps snarling bass around stark drums on 'Tapestry'. 'Atomic' goes further into a minimal, dubbed out sound with carefully executed low end growl which carries the torch from DMZ's earliest soundsystem meditations.
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 in stock $14.72
Adamantium Rage (Soundtrack)
Cat: SNKRSP 001. Rel: 25 Oct 23
Cinema 1
Cinema 2
Weapon X Lab
Destroyer Program
Tri Fusion
Lady Deathstrike
Nightmare World
Shinobi Shaw's Mansion
Dark Queen
Under The Hellfire Club
Great Beast
Game Over
Unused 1
Unused 2
 in stock $28.39
A Way Back
Cat: AQU 004. Rel: 28 Jul 22
Oh Lord (feat Maxwell Owin) (3:39)
What It Is (2:13)
All Ways (3:10)
The Truth (3:22)
A Way Back (3:07)
Review: Even before you hear the first beat, there is something incredibly exit about seeing the names Male - a pioneering beat master and pivotal figure in the early emergence of the dubstep sound - with Joe Armon-Jones, talented musician and master keys man. A Way Back comes on Aquarii, Armon-Jones's own label with him on keys and synths, Mala on drums and bass and Maxwell Owin featuring on 'Oh Lord'. It brings back memories of the golden dubstep years with cavernous bass and heavy weight drums all finished to perfection with Armon-Jones top lines.
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 in stock $18.40
Pages (limited 7" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: ZAMZAM 87. Rel: 25 Aug 22
Pages (4:08)
Sen (4:12)
Review: Dark dubstep allstar Dayzero first came to out attention with 'Allca', where they pitted themselves alongside contemporaries Gantz or Coki in their unique displays of wonk and lo-fi production techniques. 'Pages' and 'Sen' continue this charge; watery, knocky and psychopathic, both tunes sound like a tank trudging through sludge. Militant and gritty.
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 in stock $11.04
Don't Get Too Close
Don't Get Too Close (limited translucent yellow vinyl LP)
Cat: 075678 625268. Rel: 13 Jul 23
Don't Leave Me Like This (feat Bobby Raps) (1:31)
Way Back (feat PinkPantheress & Trippie Redd) (2:20)
Selecta (feat Beam) (3:05)
Ceremony (feat Bladee & Yung Lean) (3:10)
Real Spring (feat Bladee) (2:09)
Summertime (feat Kid Cudi) (2:18)
Bad For Me (feat Chief Keef & Corbin) (3:04)
3am (feat Anthony Green & Prentiss) (3:24)
Don't Go (feat Don Toliver & Justin Bieber) (2:53)
Don't Get Too Close (feat Bibi Bourelly) (3:54)
Mixed Signals (feat Swae Lee) (2:44)
Painting Rainbows (feat Bibi Bourelly) (3:08)
Review: Skrillex (Sonny Moore) is back with a bang - or rather, two. Don't Get Too Close is his second album in as many days, immediately following the desirous Quest For Fire (it was dropped the following day, making up a duet of LPs). A similar cast of characters accompanies the acclaimed producer on his quest for creative innovation as 'Quest For Fire' - but this one is more introspective and eclectic, blending emo rap, urban pop, and memecore with Moore's signature bass-heavy production. A willingness to keep up with the times is clear, despite Skrillex's emergence in an older 2010s era: production collabs with Gud, Corbin, Lido, PinkPantheress, Virtual Riot and Danny L Harle accompany cameo features from drained starlets like Yung Lean and Bladee and regular Skrillex-adjacent favourites like Justin Bieber, Chief Keef and Swae Lee.
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 in stock $30.77
Atlas 2
Atlas 2 (3xLP in embossed sleeve)
Cat: ONEF 048. Rel: 04 Jan 23
Alix Perez & Ebb - "Shallow Affect" (4:54)
HIJINX - "Relapse" (4:14)
Ebb & Ill Figz - "C Beams" (5:25)
Trail - "Velasquez" (4:25)
Monty & Visages - "TEK" (4:13)
Paige Julia - "Ease Your Mind" (4:12)
Scout - "Meltdown" (4:58)
Metrodome - "ICJ" (4:39)
Monty & Trail - "Ferns" (4:55)
Alix Perez - "Not Alone" (5:00)
Visages - "Love Conspiration" (4:52)
Cesco - "No Fuss" (4:31)
Review: 1985 Music take their Various Artists' collections very seriously and Atlas 2 is their latest top-drawer offering. Across no fewer than six sides of vinyl - served up in an embossed sleeve - the label platforms a wide range of artists, some of them red hot newcomers, some of the deserving and still relevant veterans as well as plenty in between. From the alluring darkness of Alix Perez & Ebb's minimal 'Shallow Affect' to Trail's haunting 'Velasquez' and Scout's ice-cold 'Meltdown' then is s superb cross-section of the best in stylish and heady drum & bass.
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 in stock $33.13
Ninety Nine EP
Cat: SNKR 045. Rel: 17 Aug 23
Carnage (5:09)
Nocturnal (6:28)
Ninety Nine (5:33)
Review: Grime legends Trends, Boylan and Slimzee have made independent names for themselves over the years for their enduring contributions to the underground; the former two artists first cropped up on our radar after a string of horror-movie-themed grime bits which first proliferated virally on the internet. Slimzee, on the other hand, has been there from the beginning, co-founding the legendary Rinse FM pirate station among other things. We can't contain our excitement for this fresh, psychotic release for Etch's Sneaker Social Club; returning to the trio's penchant for oppressively trappy instrumentals, there are newer explorations in breakstep and garage, fleshing out the many teeth-gritted possibilities of the eight-bar rhythm. Haunting, atrophied sonic skeletons from a dream trio.
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Played by: Mimi
 in stock $16.31
Disko Rekah/All Of A Sudden (reissue)
Cat: MEDIRP 003. Rel: 28 Sep 23
Loefah - "Disko Rekah" (5:17)
Coki - "All Of A Sudden" (4:15)
Review: We've been saying for a hot minute that a dubstep reveal is due, if not already here - even though, as is the case with any revival, the purists will say the sound never went away. We would like to submit as supporting evidence this reissue of a stone cold classic split 12" from 2009 from serious dubstep heavyweights Loofah and Coki. It came on the pioneering Deep Mehdi Musik label and some 14 years on still has plenty of dark late night allure and killer low end wobble. Two definitive tracks that we can't wait to start hearing out again on loud systems.
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 in stock $14.72
Hellion (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: ONEF 050. Rel: 29 Aug 23
Mirage (part 1)
Mirage (part 2)
The Grove
Elk's Point
Review: Prepare to be shocked to your core with this new and electrifying first EP from the freshly launched High Voltage Music label and moonlighting d&b veteran Alix Perez with Headland at the controls. It comes from a production outfit of the same name about whom we know very little. And so to the tunes we turn - 'Feel Love' kicks off with slick and punchy tech house drums overlaid with a yearning vocal to up the emotional intensity levels. It is sure to do a fine job of livening up the floor, while 'NRG' then picks up with raw percussive clatter over a whacked out tech beat. Two top level tools.
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 in stock $34.18
Streets Love & Other Stuff
Streets Love & Other Stuff (gatefold translucent red vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: NHS 512LP. Rel: 05 Oct 23
175 X 140 (3:27)
Buss The Red (3:08)
Junkyard (feat Ocean Wisdow) (3:54)
Sorry I'm Not Sorry (3:35)
So It Seems (feat Zoe Kypri) (3:25)
Ecstasy (3:52)
Hyper (3:26)
Dead In The Eye (feat Example) (4:02)
Saviour (feat Y-Zer) (3:53)
One Extra (2:44)
Ghetto Hospitality (feat Dreps & Blacks) (3:21)
Lowkey (3:20)
6STR (3:18)
Junkie (3:19)
Review: Dive headfirst into a unique sonic underground experience as Hospital Records proudly unveils the highly anticipated debut album, Streets, Love & Other Stuff, from the dynamic duo P Money and Whiney. This groundbreaking collaboration is a perfect storm, fusing P Money's totemic grime background with Whiney's futuristic drum & bass style, as the pair continue to break boundaries and push the realms of dance music. The collaboration is an energetic one, combining the driving force of drum & bass with the urban lyrical situation of grime.
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 in stock $21.03
Blouse N Skirt
Cat: MEDI 128. Rel: 02 Nov 23
Blouse N Skirt (3:30)
Made By Nature (3:58)
Judgement (3:49)
Night Ride (3:45)
! low stock $15.51
Atlas 3
Atlas 3 (3xLP in embossed sleeve)
Cat: ONEF 058. Rel: 24 Oct 23
Headland - "Glued Surround"
Cesco - "Superstealth"
Drone - "Casio"
Biome - "Afraid"
Sir Hiss - "Shower Man Time"
Settle Down - "Ill Gotten Gains"
Alix Perez & GLXY - "Green Lane"
Monty & Visages - "Grains"
Trail - "NJS"
Visages - "Margit"
Rockwell & Scepticz - "LENG"
Eprom - "Trust"
Review: Around the world in 12 wubs; Alix Perez's superlative 1985 continues to dig deeper and deeper into our psyche with the third volume of their faultless Atlas VA series. As always, the tempos are set to flexible as we slide and glide between the style and speeds courtesy of some incredible names... Cesco brings some proper dark UKG on 'Superstealth', Sir Hiss gets angular with the electro funk of 'Shower Man Time', Visages go all slinky and futurist on 'Margit' while the bossman Perez and GLXY link up for something truly sexy and soulful with 'Green Lane'. All this and so much more, from Rockwell & Scepticz to Settle Down to Eprom, this is yet another exceptional adventure from the 1985 crew.
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 in stock $41.01
Wake Up
Wake Up (7" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: ZEN 7335. Rel: 25 Oct 12
Wake Up (feat Szjerdene)
Wake Up (instrumental)
 in stock $8.94
Time Stands Still EP
Cat: IFS 034. Rel: 19 Apr 23
Time Stands Still (feat Rider Shafique) (3:13)
Gatekeeper (3:58)
Whispers (feat Ickle) (3:49)
Trust (3:43)
Review: It's been a while since we last saw Sepia on Infernal Sounds but rolling deep with Rider Shafique, he fits right back into the groove with the sublime and title track 'Time Stands Still'. A fitting title for a dreamy vibe, it's backed up by a wide range of gems... 'Gatekeeper' is sludgy, gloom-coated creeper, 'Whispers' sees him teaming up with Ickle for an icy swagger while 'Trust' closes the EP on a gentle, woozy tip. Timeless.
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 in stock $21.03
Stains (limited 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ASPHALT 002. Rel: 27 Apr 23
Ghost Memory (3:32)
Pattern Down (5:34)
Guided By Whispers (5:13)
Counting Parts (4:25)
Pentastar (3:07)
Lume - "Panderirada Dez Tella" (NeonDemon remix) (4:35)
 in stock $17.09
Terre (12")
Cat: 7EVEN 01. Rel: 25 Feb 08
 in stock $13.67
Wireless (double 12'')
Cat: HJP 49. Rel: 14 Apr 10
Voices No Bodies
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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 in stock $14.46
London Zoo
London Zoo (gatefold 3xLP)
Cat: ZEN 132. Rel: 15 Jul 08
Angry (feat Tippa Irie)
Murder We (feat Ricky Ranking)
Skeng (feat Killa P & Flowdan)
Too Much Pain (feat Ricky Ranking & Aya)
Insane (feat Warrior Queen)
Jah War (feat Flowdan)
Fuckaz (feat Space Ape)
You & Me (feat Roger Robinson)
Freak Freak
Warning (feat Flowdan)
Poison Dart (feat Warrior Queen)
Judgement (feat Ricky Ranking)
Played by: Powlo Thirsty Ear
 in stock $27.09
North (CD)
Cat: HDBCD 006. Rel: 14 Oct 10
In The Wings
Aidy's Grl Is A Computer
Under One Roof
Two Chords
Dear Heartbeat
When It's Gone
Review: There was much talk ahead of the release of Darkstar's debut album as to whether the London based outfit could live up to the promise of their stunning breakthrough single "Aidy's Girl Is A Computer" on Hyperdub in 2009. The answer, in short, is yes. In the course of the past 12 months Aiden Whalley and James Young have morphed from a production team into a band, adding vocalist James Buttery along the way, and North, the fruits of their labour, is a fragile, delicate and beautiful record. Tracks like "Gold" and ""Dear Heartbeat"" showcase an 80s synth pop sensibility, forming the backbone of an album that is steeped in worry and melancholia. Buttery's vocal talents add an extra layer of depth to the music, particularly on the poignant, piano driven opening and closing track "In The Wings" and "When It's Gone". There is much to explore on North, which will go down as one of 2010's most affecting electronic albums.
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Played by: Ennio Styles
 in stock $10.26
ENV 031
ENV 031 (10")
Cat: ENV 031. Rel: 23 Nov 22
Westly (3:19)
Murphy's Song (3:43)
Glimpse (4:02)
Review: Encrypted keep the vinyl heat on lock with this precision triptych from Kodama. Hot on the heels of his recent Infernal outing, here the Barcelona badman flexes three special bass treats. Each one laced with strong musical elements and threads, 'Westly' is a dreamy two-step delight, 'Murphy's Song' is a big old jolt of euphoria while 'Glimpse' concludes the EP with a poignant, harp-plucking emotional adieu. Stunning.
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 in stock $16.31
ENV 0181
ENV 0181 (10")
Cat: ENV 0181. Rel: 23 Nov 22
Dialtone (3:17)
Flick (3:26)
Track 3 (2:58)
Review: Koma returns to the scene of the crime, finishing off what he started in 2018. First there was ENV 018 with massive tracks like 'Uncle Sullivan' and 'Moonlight'. Then came some very cheeky unauthorised versions in 2020 which most definitely weren't on Encrypted (the release was even called NOT-ENV to prove this!) Now he returns with ENV 018.1, another stately slab of wax comprising three smouldering 140 jams... The purring 'Dialtone', the militant march and thundering bumps of 'Flick' and finally the woozy swagger and eerie tension of 'Untitled'. Each one as heavy as the last, rumour has it he'll be back with an album. We can't wait.
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 in stock $16.31
Rukkus (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: 786X 003. Rel: 06 May 21
Rukkus (4:44)
Told Ya (5:15)
Ghouls (reprise) (5:17)
Rukkus (3WA & Dprtndrp remix) (4:39)
 in stock $12.36
Bonafide EP
Cat: IFS 027. Rel: 14 Apr 21
Bonafide (4:40)
Single Fuse (4:38)
Fivers (4:48)
Intricacy (with Foamplate) (4:40)
Review: Nova is a new signing for the Infernal Sounds crew and the artist has saved some of his best work for the occasion. He opens up with 'Bonafide,' a dark and heavy wobbler with a busy, oscillating low end that is full of menace while some subtle pitched up vocals hint at the rave. 'Single Fuse' is a noter one to loosen the bowels and melt your face with its lumpy, leggy rhythms and tripped out watery effects. It's 'Fivers' which then gets more tight and tense with an edgy synth hustling in the background while jittery snares keep you on edge up front. 'Intricacy' closes with a heavyweight bottom end and plenty of reverb to get lost in.
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 in stock $14.46
Fragments (12")
Cat: FPL 024. Rel: 19 Apr 21
Luna Awaits (2:55)
Fragments (5:45)
Virtue (5:02)
Worlds Apart (4:45)
Review: Following his soundtrack to the Roki game and appearances on the likes of Monstercat, Aether returns to his spiritual home Fent Plates for the first time since 2017. The wait has of course been worth it as 'Fragments' takes us back to the Scottish deepsmith's finest elements; stirring, poignant chords, foggy, disarming textures long lingering-but-tender notes. From the opening airy pads and trembling keys of 'Luna Awaits' to the final slo-mo plod and echo of the finale 'Worlds Apart', it's Aether doing what he does best; conjuring up emotions you didn't even know you were feeling while making you feel like you're in an impenetrable bubble. Beautiful.
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 in stock $15.25
Bad & Badder
Cat: SIG 028. Rel: 12 Feb 21
Bad (6:34)
Badder (6:33)
Review: Although Rhythm & Sound and Basic Channel man Mark Ernestus has worked with or remixed many different artists over the years, we didn't expect him to join forces with D&B scene stalwarts Calbre and DRS. Yet that's exactly what's on offer here, as the Hardwax founder delivers two typically deep, dubbed-out techno outings crafted from portions of the pair's collaborative cut 'Badman', which is due to feature on Calbre's forthcoming sixteenth studio album, Feeling Normal. Both 'Bad' and 'Badder' are typical of Ernestus' ultra-deep and hypnotic style, with snippets of the duo's original instruments, beats and vocals echoing in and out of a warming, all-encompassing, sub-heavy groove. In a word, it's superb.
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Power Grid
Power Grid (2xLP)
Cat: ZIQ 278. Rel: 10 Jul 10
Space Traveller
Power Grid
Uptown Lane
Horror Story
Ride 4 Me
 in stock $6.30
Sunburst (12")
Cat: WAP 300. Rel: 30 Sep 10
Beast Nite
Played by: Ennio Styles
 in stock $17.62
Citric Acid Hydrate
Citric Acid Hydrate (mixed cassette)
Cat: FEAR 0034. Rel: 11 Dec 20
Track 1 (41:26)
Track 2 (42:48)
Review: Climate of Fear follows up Soft Boi's debut LP with a mammoth drop: 12 tapes ripped straight from the first two years of Berlin parties. Released one per month, the series moves from Izabel's shivering chug through Nkisi's deadly anarcho-gabber psychedelia, Polar Inertia's sleek techno throb and DJ Python & Mad Miran's impromptu closing b2b. For the fourth installment in its twelve month tape series, Climate of Fear brings out a scorcher from the one & only Bruce. Recorded in the fall of 2019, the set shows the UK artist in unflinching form, weaving strains of UK club music with the effortless grace and power that has made him a household name. No genre is safe in Bruce's hands. Plug in your sub.
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Unknown Territories
Unknown Territories (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ITX 20. Rel: 05 Mar 21
Space Water (2:40)
Wings (4:07)
Dread II (4:41)
Rewind Riddim (4:49)
Overload Destruction (4:37)
Unknown Territories (4:59)
Review: Mancunian Walton heads to Munich label Ilian Tape for anther of his cutting edge EPs. No stranger to esteemed labels like Hyperdub and Techtonic, this soundsmith once again draws on ambient, techno, bass and IDM across six immersive and cinematic tracks. The first two are largely wide open, cavernous, ambient affairs in which to allow your mind to wander. The inventive rhythms and powerful drums then arrive on 'Dread II' and remain throughout the skittish synth energy of 'Rewind Riddim' and automated factory floor sounds of 'Overload Destruction.' 'Unknown Territories' ends on a more far gazing vibe with pensive pads over scattered kicks.
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Season Change EP
Cat: MLR 001. Rel: 23 Apr 21
Heat Rise (feat Earl Sixteen) (3:23)
Version Rise (3:23)
At This Time (feat Blackout JA) (4:51)
This Time Version (4:49)
 in stock $18.15
Flu Game
Flu Game (cassette)
Cat: REVENGE 001CAS. Rel: 07 May 21
Anxious (2:40)
Kukoc (feat Nav) (3:15)
Bringing It Back (with Digga D) (3:09)
Cheerleaders (3:52)
Draft Pick (3:12)
Eurostep (2:45)
Cherry Blossom (2:20)
Glockie (3:35)
Little More Love (2:39)
Top Dog (3:20)
Summertime Shootout (feat T-Pain) (3:39)
Perfect Storm (2:56)
Coupe (feat Kehlani) (2:39)
Numba 9 (feat Sahbabii & Millie Go Lightly) (3:54)
Dinner Guest (feat MoStack) (3:18)
West Ten (with Mabel) (3:35)
 in stock $8.32
Flu Game
Flu Game (orange vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: REVENGE 001LP2. Rel: 16 Apr 21
Anxious (2:41)
Kukoc (feat Nav) (3:15)
Bringing It Back (with Digga D) (3:10)
Cheerleaders (3:54)
Draft Pick (3:12)
Eurostep (2:45)
Cherry Blossom (2:23)
Glockie (3:40)
Little More Love (2:38)
Top Dog (3:20)
Summertime Shootout (feat T-Pain) (3:39)
Perfect Storm (2:57)
Coupe (feat Kehlani) (2:38)
Numba 9 (feat Sahbabii & Millie Go Lightly) (3:53)
Dinner Guest (feat MoStack) (3:16)
West Ten (3:33)
Review: AJ Tracey famously announced the release of his sophomore set, Flu Game, with a fake press conference in which he took on the role of a star basketball player. There's a reason for that - Tracey claims to have drawn influence from the story of Michael Jordan and his legendary Chicago Bulls side of the 1990s - though some reviewers have questioned the relevance of the concept to the album itself. Putting that to one side, Flu Game is a very good album indeed: a contender for the grime album of the year with Tracey spitting thoughtful and hard-hitting rhymes atop punchy grime beats and hot-stepping UK garage grooves. To our ears it's a step up from his self-titled 2019 debut album and in time will be regarded as a genuine grime classic.
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Militant Dub
Cat: WHODEM 005. Rel: 17 Feb 15
Militant Dub
In The Beginning
 in stock $12.09
Screw Face
Cat: HTS 005. Rel: 10 Dec 20
Screw Face (3:52)
Don't Speak (3:01)
Review: The dream team of East Man and Walton are back together for another collaborative single on Hi Tek. Things kick off with the tough as teak 'Screw Face', which does just what it says on the tin. It's a square wave banger with a big bad bass that cannot fail to make you jump. Flip it over for something more hard and steppy despite the fact it moves as a slow and icy pace. 'Don't Speak' layers off kilter percussion and booming sub bass that makes for a meditative sound that will get all the head nodders lost in their own world right by the speaker stacks.
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Veto (12")
Cat: VV SPECIAL ONE. Rel: 21 Jun 23
Veto (5:25)
Red Stripe (5:40)
Midnight Blues (7:04)
Review: Well this is very interesting. A whopping 12 years since his last release, D1 returns with some outstanding cuts. Always famed and respected for his deeper, soulful take on dubstep since his manoeuvres during the movement's formative chapters on iconic labels such as Tempa and Dub Police, he's back and he's packing an even deeper, bewitching brew. 'Veto' goes all out August Pablo with its melodica lines while 'Red Stripe' maintains that traditional soundsystem feel but with more of a jazzier twist. Finally 'Midnight Blues' flips the switch for something a little more UKG in its energy and movement but still keeps that meditative pressure. Welcome back D1.
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Spice (12")
Cat: NAAN 005. Rel: 24 Nov 21
Spice (3:54)
Grief (3:56)
Harm (3:14)
Two Rumours (3:01)
Review: Zha brings together element of dubstep, grime and trap on his latest 12" for the Naan crew. It is his first outing of the year following solid slabs of wax for the likes of White Peach and this label dating back to 2015. This one kicks off with 'Spice,' which has bass tones pinging about the mix with big hits, snatched vocal yelps and dusty drums all keeping you on your toes. 'Grief' is darker and dirtier thanks to the filthy great oscillation that rips up the swaggering rhythm and 'Harm' gets deep on some pensive pads and intoxicating melodic sounds. 'Two Rumours' closes down with sub so warm and cuddly it's like being hugged by a new duvet.
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