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New releases last eight weeks: Dubstep

Dubstep vinyl released in the last four weeks
Items 1 to 23 of 23 on page 1 of 1
Project XI
Cat: BSSKRT 024. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Project XI
 in stock $13.15
Transmitted EP
Transmitted EP (12" limited to 100 copies)
Cat: LDHXL 003. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Desaccord (4:05)
Gramz (3:19)
Cortizoid (3:11)
Transmitted (3:33)
Review: Deep dubstep explorations are very much back in fashion of late. LDH is a new label that is tapping into that world and now welcomes Argo for a quartet of emotive new cuts that also do plenty of damage when played nice and loud on the right sound system. 'Desaccord' is a tender one with a pained harmonic lead and jittery beats, 'Gramz' has grime vocals over the crisp, glitchy, tech-y drum work and 'Cortizoid' invites you to sink deep into a wobbly synth and stuttering kicks. 'Transmitted' is a more suspensory sound with ambient cosmic pads that are warm and cuddly.
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 in stock $17.09
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
Megumi Hope
Megumi Hope (limited 12")
Cat: DDD 115. Rel: 09 Nov 23
My Mind (3:49)
What Is Freedom (4:57)
Brave (5:23)
Maya (4:23)
 in stock $15.25
Ten Year Tonnage
Ten Year Tonnage (limited 12")
Cat: SNKR 049. Rel: 01 Nov 23
Ten Year Tonnage (5:08)
Shapeshifter (4:03)
Muay Size (4:50)
People Of The World (5:37)
Review: Sneaker Social regulars Alan Johnson return to the label with more unclassifiable gems. All flexing that bewitching, beaty brew of percussion, smoking 808s, shattered beats and crafty sampling, each cut hits with a direct physical groove. From the System-level dubsteppy title track to the more organic haze and swoons of the finale 'People Of The World', the UK duo have once again weaved a fine line between so many genres without committing to any. Tonnes of love..
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! low stock $14.20
A Hack Is A Foul EP
A Hack Is A Foul EP (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: AWK 005. Rel: 24 Oct 23
Poco Dopo (5:13)
Salamandra (4:45)
Begger (4:47)
A Hack Is A Foul (5:27)
 in stock $13.67
Kill A Boo EP
Kill A Boo EP (translucent yellow vinyl 12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: DCM 004. Rel: 30 Nov 23
70 Degrees (5:14)
Kill A Boo (4:39)
The Mansion (4:37)
Elitist (5:17)
Review: Swiss label Dub Colony Music Switzerland looks across Europe to Mob Killa from The Netherlands for this fourth release after fine early entries from Sentient and TCP. '70 Degrees' opens up with a sense of late night mystery and urban loneliness. 'Kill A Boo' brings some gentle piano tinkles over earth-shattering bass that has you lurching from one foot to the other. There is more duality to 'The Mansion' which has a hypotonic lead flute up top and more weighty bass down low. 'Elitist' shuts down with a further mix of elegant and heady melody and more physical drums.
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 in stock $22.35
Rezolve (12")
Cat: WPR 067. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Nowhere To Look
 in stock $14.20
Territory EP
Cat: DPLC 004. Rel: 09 Nov 23
Territory (4:46)
Inna Di (3:29)
Retrospect (3:24)
Dem Move (4:38)
 in stock $13.15
Vintage EP
Cat: MH 011. Rel: 17 Nov 23
Vintage (3:20)
Wistful (4:06)
Be Humble (4:44)
Amethyst (4:18)
Review: Modern Hypnosis rolls onto its 11th release and it's another deliciously deep dubstep trip into sub-aquatic realms. 'Vintage' is patient and roomy, full of ricochetting hits and bulbous bass wobbles with fragments of vocal floating throughout the mix. 'Wistful' is a more kinetic cut with busy leads and energetic drums that are pent up with potential as a moody vocal adds extra tension. 'Be Humble' then comes on strong with crashing hits and the sort of ice-cold synths that cut through any dancefloor. Last but not least is 'Amethyst', a more bright and optimistic cut for sunnier days.
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 in stock $15.51
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
It's Over Now
It's Over Now (12" in debossed sleeve)
Cat: DCLSFD 005. Rel: 27 Oct 23
It's Over Now (4:32)
Full Circle (feat Youngsta) (4:49)
 in stock $15.25
Toxica (12")
Cat: HK 052LP. Rel: 02 Nov 23
Take A Ride (3:27)
Noname (feat Chrisman) (3:18)
Kluck (3:10)
Naughty (3:52)
Exp (5:24)
 in stock $19.46
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
Colours (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: OUT 008R. Rel: 25 Oct 23
Orange (Sunrise, Sunset)
Yellow (A Second Glimpse)
Purple (Nebula)
Red (Open Heart)
Blue (Undertone)
White (Random Glare)
Shades Of Brown (Sewer Squat)
Green (Urban Rainforest)
Black (Left)
 in stock $52.58
Boy In Da Corner (20th Anniversary Edition)
Boy In Da Corner (20th Anniversary Edition) (white yellow & black vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: XL 1379LP. Rel: 02 Nov 23
Sittin' Here (4:03)
Stop Dat (3:40)
I Luv U (4:05)
Brand New Day (3:58)
2 Far (feat Wiley) (3:10)
Fix Up, Look Sharp (3:44)
Cut 'em Off (3:51)
Hold Ya Mouf' (feat God's Gift) (2:53)
Round We Go (4:14)
Jus A Rascal (3:40)
Wot U On (4:45)
Jezebel (3:39)
Seems 2 Be (3:43)
Live O (3:29)
Do It (4:05)
Vexed (4:11)
Street Fighter (3:19)
Win (feat Breeze) (2:25)
We Aint Havin It (feat Wiley) (3:46)
Kryme (feat Redrum & Sharky Major) (3:42)
Ready 4 War (feat Sharky Major, Armour & Stormin) (4:40)
Street Fighter (instrumental) (2:42)
Go (instrumental) (4:28)
Ho (instrumental) (4:06)
String Ho (instrumental) (2:44)
Ting Ting (instrumental) (2:06)
Wheel (instrumental) (3:51)
Review: Grime might now be one of the biggest sounds in the UK music scene, but it arguably might never have been without the much earlier work of scene forefather Dizzee Rascal. The Londoner broke through just after the turn of the millennium and onto the international stage with his in-your-face bars, mashed-up dance sounds and big samples. Quite possibly his best work is Boy In Da Corner, the stunning Mercury Prize winning long player on XL that is now 20 years young. It gets a special reissue for the occasion with all the big ones like 'Fix Up, Look Sharp' present and correct, as well as a load of fine instrumentals.
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 in stock $38.40
Odruvisi (gatefold clear vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: GLER 001. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Something From Nothing (intro) (2:47)
ConCreteMerMaid (2:30)
Birth (2:13)
Gender (2:44)
Oldukaldi (3:26)
Acid Shower (3:16)
When The Mirror Is Steamy I Can See Me (5:08)
Why Me?! (3:43)
Rok&Rigning (2:35)
Realization (1:43)
Reykjavik (interlude)
Hlaupbangsi (Sophie Tribute)
The War In My Head
U + Me
Garpur Kvedur (0:39)
Gleymmerei (3:00)
RatRace (3:47)
Better Than Me (2:43)
Can't Keep Me Down/Dragonfly (4:27)
Fuglar Fljuga (2:50)
Review: EVA808 has used this new album to launch her own new label Gleb and a fine statement it is too across four sides of gatefold clear vinyl to "represent the ice that inspires" the music. The artist born Eva Johannsdottir hails from Iceland and has a signature sound that she hopes conveys a story of "being different." The album is rich and cinematic in design with bass driven low ends and dark, boorish synth moods up top. It's cold yet warm, icy yet inviting and comes after many years of Johannsdottir being a key part of the drum & bass underground having first started outpacing grime and dubstep in 2011.
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 in stock $29.19
Between These Moments
Between These Moments (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: CKRA 037. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Solva (feat Alicia Kiah)
Vouch (feat cutta Chase)
The Uprising
Feel This (feat Elysia Grace)
Last Hope (feat Third Degree)
One For You
Stormboy (feat Lucy Kithcen)
Light Of Day (feat Marenn Sukie)
 in stock $32.60
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
Skreamizm Vol 8
Skreamizm Vol 8 (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: PLAT 19606V. Rel: 09 Nov 23
HIT (4:22)
Funky Sailor (feat Trim) (3:58)
The Flute Track (3:04)
Not Ready Yet (4:57)
Wierd Minimal (feat Bklava) (6:01)
My Body (5:29)
Devon Analogue Raver (7:29)
Waiheke Island (with Prospa) (5:34)
Your Love (feat Lagoon Wavey) (6:34)
Roy The Boy (5:07)
Thinking Of You (4:07)
Review: Skream has shown over the years he was never content to just rest on his reputation as one of the pioneers of dubstep's early days. His swerves into house, techno, disco and other sounds have been determined enough to push him into the position he holds today as a multi-genre maven free to indulge any tempo or style he pleases, and Skreamizm Vol. 8 celebrates that in no uncertain terms. There's plenty of the man's swagger on the production, while guest bars from the likes of Trim up the ante in terms of party-starting prowess, but there's also space for vulnerability on the likes of 'Not Ready Yet'. If the Skreamizm series has always been a marker for where the artist is at, then get ready for a heavyweight update.
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 in stock $30.77
The Architects Vol 2: Alchemy
The Architects Vol 2: Alchemy (limited 180 gram vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: ARTKLP 005. Rel: 01 Dec 23
J:Kenzo - "Vanquisher"
Drumterror - "Sun Go Down"
Mystic State - "Even Further" (dub)
Metafloor - "Tube" (dub)
Fluidity - "Night Rider"
Mythm - "Dead City"
Cimm - "Deep Red"
Truth - "Maple"
 in stock $24.46
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
EXIT 1001
EXIT 1001 (clear vinyl LP)
Cat: EXIT 1001. Rel: 20 Oct 23
Fixate - "Dead End" (5:06)
Addison Groove - "Meaty Business" (3:19)
SertOne - "Badly Tripped" (6:08)
Dolenz - "Bassic" (3:58)
Itoa - "Sous Vide Foot Bath" (5:27)
Borderlandstate The Best Kisser In LA - "Minimal Input" (6:01)
Sun People - "Tell Me Something" (4:51)
Dub Phizix - "Wasted" (4:14)
Review: dBridge's Exit Records continue to celebrate 100 releases with this exceptional VA that runs the whole gamut of their sonic scope. From the opening cosmic b-boy breakbeat ballet of Fixate's 'Dead End' to closing ambient echoes of Dub Phizix's beatless score-like finale 'Wasted' via the technoid stampede of Addison Groove and the electroid neon swagger of SertOne, this captures everything Exit has consistently stood for. Genreless, forward-thinking fusion. Here's to the next 100.
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 in stock $24.71
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