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Eight Weeks: Dubstep

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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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XVI
Cat: XVI 019. Rel: 22 Jun 18
  1. Sick (feat Trim) (2:48)
  2. Clack Clack (4:36)
  3. No One Ever Really Flies (3:38)
  4. Sick (Books remix) (2:59)
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Wisdom EP (12")
Cat: SUBA 003. Rel: 17 Jul 18
  1. Wisdom (5:48)
  2. Stuck In The Loop (4:43)
  3. Stuck In The Loop (Hebbe remix) (4:39)
Review: Gnischrew's label hits its third outing with Bristol's Chad Dubz. Maintaining the meditative theme from previous Sub Audio outings, Dubz opens with "Wisdom" wherein a whole barrel of space funk is ripped open and the skanks are so textured you feel you get lost inside them. "Stuck In The Loop" plays the consummate foil as the Bristol producer takes us on a much more paranoid, tunnelling trip. And if that's not enough, man of the moment Hebbe provides a killer remix for good measure. Be wise.
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Cat: FPL 020. Rel: 13 Aug 18
  1. Inner Dimensions (4:17)
  2. The Act Of Searching (feat Shanti) (3:15)
  3. Too Much (3:45)
  4. In Pieces (4:28)
  5. Like The Seasons (4:02)
Review: Following last year's "Contours", Nottingham duo Congi return to Fent Plates with more raw emotion. Once again with another five track feast that reflects their deepest, widest range to date. Across the EP we're immersed in tangible textures and feelings ranging from the cinematic piano laced two step of the title track to sludgy lofi hip hop of "Too Much" by way of the outer planetary R&B of the finale "Like The Seasons". Genuinely beguiling.
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Ghori (12")
Cat: SCRUB 017. Rel: 29 Jun 18
  1. Ghori (4:08)
  2. Natty Coil (4:00)
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  1. D-Operation Drop - "Fried Chicken" (4:42)
  2. Zygos - "Bete Noire" (5:34)
  3. Hebbe - "Sixes & Sevens" (3:42)
  4. MRSHL - "Biter" (4:51)
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Cat: OVD 002. Rel: 02 Jul 18
  1. Breakthrough (5:31)
  2. Terror Strike (3:20)
  3. Witchcraft (4:41)
Review: Deep dubstep heads may already be aware of Dalek One. He's been releasing good quality music for a couple of years digitally, though the Witchcraft EP appears to be his first appearance on vinyl. There's much to admire throughout, from the bombastic, pulverizing sub-bass and clandestine, Burial style sound soup of opener "Breakthrough", to the fantastically heavy and suitably trippy title track, where both bassline and beats change tempo and time signature several times throughout. The EP's other moment, "Terror Strike", is a dark, stabbing dubstep roller primed for peak-time plays at venerable bass music institutions.
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Koshi (12")
Cat: WPR 033. Rel: 13 Aug 18
  1. Koshi (6:04)
  2. Sippin' (4:09)
  3. Slap (6:09)
Review: White Peach bringing the juicy freshness once again... This time Bristol duo De Tu step up with three slabs of uncut mysticism. "Koshi" takes the lead with alluring pipes, a loose clanky beat and a vibe so introspective you'll feel you're turning inside out. "Sippin'" extolls the virtue of moderation over an iced grime hybrid, all tricky snare rolls and wild pitch vox. "Slap" brings us into submission with tightly plucked steel strings, a big belly bass tone and more loose limbed drum work. Joie de tu vivre.
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Sapphire EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: S7S 007. Rel: 03 Jul 18
  1. Sapphire (3:46)
  2. Been This Way (5:06)
  3. East Coast (5:08)
Review: Finn "Drone" Donohue appears to be a producer on the rise. This may only be his second 12" single (his first slipped out last year), but he's already showing signs of developing a trademark sound all of his own. Both "Sapphire" and "Down This Way" are dark, clandestine and paranoid, with grime style stabs and spacey electronic effects clustering around a bustling, hot-stepping rhythm track that seemingly charges from the speakers towards your sound-space. Closer "East Coast", which is exclusive to the vinyl edition of this release, is arguably even more raw and aggressive, with colossal sub-bass pulses, creepy melodies and densely layered background textures (think cut-up vocal samples, white noise and unusual field recordings) all catching the ear.
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Cat: PENGSOUND 011B. Rel: 25 Jun 18
  1. Concrete & Steel (Gorgon Sound remix) (6:03)
  2. Concrete & Steel (part 1 - OBF remix) (5:02)
  3. Concrete & Steel (part 2 - OBF remix) (4:07)
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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)
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Wild Wood (12")
Cat: FHR 002. Rel: 14 Aug 18
  1. EBB & Akcept - "Wild Wood" (5:28)
  2. EBB - "Sun Drips" (4:30)
  3. EBB - "Yearning" (4:58)
Review: Destination New Zealand: Nomine's no rules imprint Fox & Hound continues to delve deep into that fertile space between techno and bass music around 120 - 130 BPM and this time he's heading down under. For three devilishly dark, textured and angular compositions. Akcept joins the fray for the lead track, adding a touch of dubby warmth before we're smashed in the features with the Drexcyian decays and screams of "Sun Drips" and taken deep into the dubspace abyss for the finale "Yearning". Ebb, Akcept, Fox & Hound; two artists and one label that are essential for all bass radars right now.
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Decolonize (12")
Cat: SEN 006. Rel: 31 Jul 18
  1. Decolonize (4:36)
  2. Global (6:30)
Review: Croatia's Ognjen Zecevic, otherise known as Egoless, has been absolutely smashing over the last three years, with releases for imprints like ZamZam Records and Deep Medi Music instilling his sound at the top of the contemporary bass game. To that point, here he is on Youngsta's Sentry Records, home to producers like dBridge, Caspa and Gramz - so you know the quality is on point. The title tune "Decolonize" is an Eastern riddim, mashing up tough dub-steps with flutes and chimes from the Levant; "Global" keeps that narrative going with some Middle-Eastern melodies blended up and filtered-down into a heady, percussive groove for the ultimate mood-switcher.
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Misfit (12")
Cat: SMOKE 035. Rel: 31 Jul 18
  1. Misfit (Compa remix) (5:33)
  2. Misfit (4:40)
  3. Stuck (4:40)
Review: Smokin' Sessions is a winning label. Nuff' said. Each and every time the Z Audio sub-label drops a new 12" it means that we're in for some quality bass tactics forms the best and freshest talent out there. Escapism Refuge returns with his second EP for the imprint, dropping yet more contemplative dubstep vibes in the finest of traditions. The Compa remix of the title tune "Misfit" kicks the single off with a hazy, off-kilter beat structure glazed in dreamy, cinematic melodies that recall the winter days. On the flip, the main man's two originals flow smoothly between one another; first with the gentle tones of the broken "Misfit", and then with the glitchy, sub-heavy rhythm of "Stuck". Badman vibes.
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Empress: Gundam Remix (limited hand-stamped 1-sided 12")
Cat: WPRXXL 001. Rel: 13 Aug 18
  1. Empress (Gundam remix) (3:21)
Review: Grab it while you can! Gundam's woozy, 23rd century blues take on EVA808's gully harbinger "Empress" flew out on its first run late last year and will more than likely do again this time around. On a 12" instead of 10" this time around, even more space on the wax for those deep off grid notes to poke through. Gundam smashed this one... Make sure you do too.
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Unruly EP (12")
Cat: WOW 005. Rel: 31 Jul 18
  1. Nah Tek Bk Chat (4:13)
  2. Sonicboom (3:58)
  3. Stop Dat (3:46)
Review: More inspired work form one of dubstep's most influential producers appears again on World Of Wonders - a label devoted almost entirely to the work of Gemmy since 2011. Gemmel Phillips is a producer and DJ from Bristol, UK who has released previously on tastemaker labels such as Punch Drunk, Pinch's Tectonic, Mike Paradinas' Planet Mu, Soul Jazz and Earwax before forming his own imprint in 2011. This new three-track EP here follows on from his Bamboozled EP for the label last year, and shows off Gemmy's keen talent for crafting 'purple wave' influenced bass music. From the wonky grime attitude of "Nah Tek Bk Chat" on the A side, to the booming speaker rattling B side cut "Stop Dat" - this whole release is a killer!
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Assassin EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: DPND 02. Rel: 16 Aug 18
  1. Assassin (4:14)
  2. Sandu's Tale (4:40)
  3. Gilgamesh (4:37)
  4. Kengamesha (with FLO) (4:28)
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SUBTLE 001 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SUBTLE 001. Rel: 31 Jul 18
  1. Quiver (4:54)
  2. Deathbed (4:35)
Review: This debut release from Subtle Sound System and their new record label (aptly named Subtle Recordings) is bringing some heavy weight - straight out of Christchurch, New Zealand. Inauguration duties are bestowed upon local legend Gene Warriner aka Headland (Innamind Recordings / ZamZam / Well Rounded Records) from Wellington, who plunders the tombs on the menacing and subterranean deep dubstep of "Quiver". On the flip, be prepared for some serious alien sub-frequencies (guaranteed to cause some serious tremors) on the sci-fi dystopian dubstep of "Deathbed".
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Savage (12")
Cat: NMGR 005. Rel: 07 Aug 18
  1. Savage (4:43)
  2. Righteous (4:44)
Review: Kromestar's upped his activities lately; the emotional dust of his orchestral "Against All Evil" EP hasn't even started to settle and here he is with two more iced out steppers that he's been teasing us on dub for the last year. "Savage" is as savage does... A quintessential Kromestar joint that could have rattled scoops at any year in the last 15. "Righteous" is a deeper spacious jam laced with sweeping stretched textures and a clockwork rhythm that does nothing short of hypnotise. Classic Krome.
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The VIPs (10")
Cat: NS 009. Rel: 10 Jul 18
  1. Darth Vader (VIP) (3:59)
  2. Mash Up Da Place (VIP) (3:33)
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Doomsayer (12")
Cat: TRSK 003. Rel: 07 Aug 18
  1. Doomsayer (4:38)
  2. Psychodrama (4:17)
  3. Ill Behavior (feat Kali) (5:14)
  4. Pills & Chains (5:27)
Review: LA's Zach Mellion builds on a killer run of releases on the likes of Chestplate and Crucial with his debut on the perennial sub slinging Trusik. Four tracks, each one sludgy, slurring and sprung with tightly coiled provocation, "Doomsayer" opens with a fittingly ominous tone conjured solely by grainy swampy bassline, "Psychodrama" plays havoc with your balance as cascades follow each other just a smidgeon out of time, "Ill Behaviour" thumps with some serious distortion on the rasping bass and jittering kicks while "Pills & Chains" closes on an intoxicated, wonked out Ivy Lab league swagger jam. Gully.
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Epoch (12")
Cat: LTR 002. Rel: 05 Jul 18
  1. Epoch Riddim (3:27)
  2. Corn (3:29)
  3. Sacred (3:15)
  4. Cruising (3:26)
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No Air (12")
Cat: DDD 038. Rel: 31 Jul 18
  1. Fidget (4:40)
  2. No Air (5:10)
  3. Focus (4:45)
  4. Where I (4:15)
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Sharpie EP (12")
Cat: CRUCIAL 018. Rel: 24 Jul 18
  1. Sharpie (4:54)
  2. Peel (3:57)
  3. Newspeak (3:21)
Review: Following up some great ones by Samba, Hebbe and Sleeper, the UK's Crucial Sounds are back with more bass driven/street-level shenanigans courtesy of newcomer Opus. He has a seemingly intrinsic musical prowess, coupled with a knack for reaching far beyond the constructs of conventions and expectations. This sort of ravenous creative mentality has earned Opus a debut release on White Peach Records, as well as a subsequent release on Encrypted Audio. Bridging the gap wonderfully between dubstep and grime on the darkside wobble of "Sharpie", the eerie "Peel follows featuring pounding beats and immersive/textural sound design. On the flip, delve deep into the exotic on "Newspeak" where its Middle Eastern instrumentation meges with fierce breakbeats.
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Methodist (12")
Cat: WPR 032. Rel: 05 Jul 18
  1. Methodist (3:42)
  2. Ascending (3:29)
  3. Corker (4:12)
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Cat: GB 018. Rel: 31 Jul 18
  1. Prism & Saule - "Grow Stronger" (4:29)
  2. Prism - "The Path" (5:13)
  3. Saule - "Backwards" (4:40)
Review: The latest missive on Joe Nice's North Carolina-based Gourmet Beats stable brings together label regular (and frequent collaborator) Saule and fellow Subaltern Records artist Prism. On the A-side you'll find the EP's joint sole production, "Grow Stronger" - a punishing affair that flits between passages of gentle, soul-fired beauty and floor-focused sections where punchy drums and fuzzy, razor-sharp sub-bass dominate. On the flip, both producers go solo. First, Prism serves up a mangled but attractive deep dubstep roller built around distorted drum hits and creepy bells, before Saule goes even deeper via the ricocheting percussion hits, rumbling bass and horizontal, near ambient electronics of "Backwards".
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Cha (12")
Cat: MH 004. Rel: 24 Jul 18
  1. Cha (5:01)
  2. Syncopate (5:30)
Review: Returning to Melbourne based Modern Hypnosis is local DJ Adam Dickson aka Pugilist with some frantic and hyper aware bass assaults - Aussie style! This follows up some terrific releases in recent times on Navy Cuts, Artikal Music and Green King Cuts. On the A side, we have the entrancing polyrhythmic workout of "Cha" which is geared for some deep meditation on the dancefloor, guaranteed. On the flip is the modern jungle deconstruction of "Syncopate" which builds the tension and suspense with its intricate riddims and rolling bassline.
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  1. RDG & Cessman - "Guidance" (4:15)
  2. Gaze Ill & 3WA - "Manipulated" (4:41)
  3. Binary & Zygos - "Existence" (3:47)
  4. Murk & Shiva - "Akousma" (feat Rob) (5:22)
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Vinyl Vigilance EP One (12" + insert)
Cat: VV THREE. Rel: 13 Aug 18
  1. Repulsion & Nova - "Late One Night" (5:33)
  2. Nova - "Scavenger" (6:01)
  3. Pacific Numen - "Uncool" (4:39)
  4. Repulsion - "Ring The Bell Swift" (8:09)
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Rain (12")
Cat: ENV 017. Rel: 24 Jul 18
  1. Rain (4:13)
  2. Wrestling With Flesh (3:47)
Review: More experimental 140 noise from Chicago low end specialist Jon L aka Spectra here, on the always reliable Encrypted Audio. Since first receiving a track from him when they played a show together recently - EA knew this guy had to be on their label. He has an ability to distort and manipulate sounds into his own amazing palette, according to the label. Moreover, this release is testament to that ability. From the deeply hypnotic dubstep of "Rain" on the A side with its sublime bell melody facing off with speaker rattling vibrations, to the violent B side cut "Wrestling With Flesh" with its frantic, hyperaware and downright unsettling groove.
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Cat: IFS 010. Rel: 10 Jul 18
  1. Awaken (5:10)
  2. Instinct (4:40)
  3. Mordecai (3:56)
  4. Sekhmet (feat Tailored Sound) (5:04)
Review: Don't believe the name; Sepia's running on full technicolour right now as he continues to push new ideas and sounds to the ever frothing 140 cauldron. Having appeared on Infernal's second release, the Bristol magician returns for their 10th with four slabs of fresh bass weight. Ranging from the head-bending trippiness of the second drop on "Mordecai" to the heavy pressure swagger of "Instinct" via the overt dreaminess of "Sekhmet", it's another immaculate document from the man who can do no wrong right now.
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Cat: GLACIAL 004. Rel: 13 Jul 18
  1. Inbox Island (4:14)
  2. Water Logged (5:07)
  3. 2 Bad So Sad (5:36)
  4. Missing Sun (4:28)
  5. Tanzawa II (5:20)
  6. The Seeing Palm (4:54)
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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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Enjoy This Trip LP Sampler (clear vinyl 10")
Cat: EXIT 079. Rel: 17 Jul 18
  1. Paper House (feat DRS) (4:11)
  2. Nebula (5:07)
Review: Don't be fooled by the title; this ain't no sampler from Skeppy's fantastic debut album Enjoy This Trip, these are two fresh new tracks that remind us the Exit artist depths and versatility. His first 140 jams in a while, "Paper House" shudders under the weight of DRS's crystaline poetry while "Nebula" shoots us to the edge of the sub bass cosmos on a rocket made of spacious, skippy beats and shows us no way of returning home. It's the trip that keeps on giving...
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Shipment (12")
Cat: TOS 001. Rel: 24 Jul 18
  1. Shipment (5:24)
  2. Ancient Eyez (5:06)
  3. Keep It Moving (4:54)
Review: Bristol's Temple Of Sound emerges with an inaugural release by Kent based DJ Tom Wood aka Sub Basics. Exploring some of the deepest strains of dubstep on the Shipment EP featuring brooding sound design and skillful execution of tension and suspense throughout. From the unsettling fever dream of the title track, the hypnotic freefall of "Ancient Eyez" where we start to hear some good old fashioned bass wobble for good measure. Finally on the flip we have "Keep It Moving" a fervent polyrhythmic workout that reaches near tribal moments.
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Cloud Tech (12")
Cat: COY 021. Rel: 27 Jul 18
  1. Cloud-Tech (4:22)
  2. Sentinel (4:47)
  3. Frag/Ment (5:12)
  4. Cloud-Tech (EMMA remix) (3:44)
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Albums
Cat: DRBN 001 . Rel: 06 Jul 18
  1. BDL Protest (feat Miles Pudding & Nathan Brown - intro skit)
  2. Woah
  3. Hello Hi 2 (feat Ed Sheeran)
  4. 5AM (feat Moelogo)
  5. Hell No (feat Lizzie Gibbs & Dizmack)
  6. Love Is A Game (feat Chu)
  7. Grime Battle Of Hastings (feat The Town Crier)
  8. Charlie Sheen (feat Hellabandzee)
  9. Sunshine (Freat Craig David & Star One)
  10. Celebrate (feat Teedot Tizzy)
  11. Chabuddy G (feat Chabuddy G - skit)
  12. Asian BDL (feat Moe)
  13. How You Dance (feat Shizzio & Punjabi MC)
  14. Help (feat Laville)
  15. Daddy Go Hard (feat Nina Alexis & Scouse Tremz)
  16. Keith Lemon (skit)
  17. Sloosha
  18. Lonely Road (feat Chu)
  19. What Is It Now
  20. Big Bro (feat Big Bro - skit)
  21. Sinners (feat Xaviour)
  22. Control (feat Releigh Ritchie)
  23. Mae Mae (feat Mae Mae - skit)
  24. Blood (Takura)
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II: MMX (2xLP)
Cat: LODUBSL 10001LP. Rel: 13 Jul 18
  1. Orbiting
  2. Waterways
  3. Dry Cured
  4. Whistles & Horns
  5. Physicality
  6. Dust Storm
  7. Closure
  8. Cherubs Cry
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Cat: MENTHA 001. Rel: 31 Jul 18
  1. All Or Nothing (5:41)
  2. Same Spot (feat Vale) (5:42)
  3. Sunflower (5:21)
  4. Natural Rain (6:32)
  5. Water March (4:42)
  6. In My Head (feat Aphty Khea) (5:14)
Review: Sub.FM resident and Subaltern Records co-founder Gabriel "Mentha" Romeo has always championed music that sits on the more melodious, sun-kissed end of the dubstep spectrum. Even so, he's previously released little as beautiful, summery and alluring as Chromatic Narrations, a mini-album rich in ear-pleasing instrumentation, tuneful compositions and expansive musicality. While the accompanying rhythms bubble, spit and skank in all the right places, it's Romeo's lilting trumpet solos, rich keys, Balearic guitars and fuzzy trombone passages that seemingly surge from the speakers. The result is a wonderfully relaxed and ear-pleasing collection of cuts set to soundtrack the last throes of the UK's hottest summer in decades.
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Black Lotus (2xLP)
Cat: TECLP 023. Rel: 11 Jul 18
  1. Black Lotus (2:44)
  2. Point Blank (4:31)
  3. Koto Riddim (VIP) (4:24)
  4. No Mercy (feat Riko Dan) (3:58)
  5. Mad Zapper (4:15)
  6. Angry Drummer (4:35)
  7. Pan (5:26)
  8. Erhu (4:55)
  9. Vectors (feat Wen) (4:10)
  10. White Lotus (5:01)
Review: Much has changed since Walton's last full-length excursion, 2013's Beyond. Back then he was being nurtured by the Hyperdub label, which gave him the time and space to develop his own brand of melodic bass music. Since 2015 he's been signed to Pinch and Ginz's Tectonic stable, delivering 12" singles that expand his sound palette earlier. Black Lotus, his sophomore album, is arguably his most impressive release to date. While it boasts a wealth of sparse, bass-heavy, dubstep workouts (see "Koto Riddim (VIP)" and "No Mercy", featuring the distinctive flow of Riko Dan), you'll also hear more experimental takes on the bass music template ("Mad Zapper" and the deliciously percussive and Brazilian-influenced "Angry Drummer") and the kind of beautifully melodious and breezy fare that's as attractive as it is hard-hitting.
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