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Fast Fists Fest
Fast Fists Fest (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: ANSIA 007. Rel: 23 Feb 24
Hassan Abou Alam - "Ma3rafsh" (5:27)
Toupaz - "Bona Fide" (5:24)
Oyubi - "Tomy’s Siren" (4:17)
YaMA - "Vroom" (4:37)
EQ Why - "Juke Lil Ma" (feat Traxman) (4:28)
 in stock $15.25
Diners Club International Part 1
Track 1 (2:18)
Track 2 (3:24)
Track 3 (2:18)
Track 4 (2:26)
Track 5 (2:35)
Track 6 (1:35)
Track 7 (1:55)
Review: We don't know who is involved in this brand new Diner's Club International project but we do know that they have put together three superb new records, all of which are landing at the same time. We also know they have come from Detroit, specifically Joy Rd on the West Side, and so come drenched in plenty of the swaggering attitudes you would expect. Diners Club International Part 1 fuses electro, ghetto and techno into booty-shaking cuts designed square for the club. The rhythms are infectious, the drums booming and the vocals bawdy, so snap these up before they're gone as quickly as they arrived.
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 in stock $13.94
Essaka Hoisa
Essaka Hoisa (LP limited to 250 copies)
Cat: PHNTM 9X. Rel: 27 Jul 23
Mum Tells Me (3:56)
Doggy Bag (3:47)
Itadakimasu (3:20)
Gift From God (2:40)
3rd Eye (5:23)
Gaga Qu (4:46)
Hototogisu (6:08)
Circle Of Life (2:07)
Warg (2:38)
Medicine Man (feat Jimi Tenor & Tom Page) (10:45)
Review: Kiki Hitomi and Shigeru Ishihara first developed WaqWaq Kingdom as a psychedelic affair with percussionist Andrea Belfi, but with 2019 album Essaka Hoisa they ploughed on alone and created a distinctive, maximalist sound drawing on their respective strengths. Hitomi is a captivating story-teller who can tease a whole cast of characters from her vocal delivery, and Ishihara has a hyperactive approach to production which can render footwork, breakcore, hyper pop, traditional Japanese folk music, hip-hop and much more as bit parts in his vivid tapestries. Drawing on their heritage and making the most out-there modernist music intensely personal in the same beat, Essaka Hoisa sounds like nothing else you've ever heard, and should serve as a perfect primer for a new album from WaqWaq Kingdom in September 2023.
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 in stock $24.72
Triple 7
Triple 7 (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: TEKLIFE 022. Rel: 22 Feb 24
War (feat DJ Manny) (3:42)
GBGW (feat Taso) (2:05)
Your Emotions (feat Khodi Ell) (4:41)
Spazz Out (2:56)
Hit Da Flo (DJ Weezy) (4:05)
Lost Without U (2:50)
1366 (3:12)
Gawd (3:11)
Trance (4:17)
Demon Time (3:03)
 in stock $19.47
Diners Club International Part 3
Track 1 (2:25)
Track 2 (1:55)
Track 3 (3:58)
Track 4 (2:20)
Track 5 (2:17)
Track 6 (2:15)
Track 7 (2:19)
Track 8 (1:53)
Track 9 (2:24)
Track 10 (1:37)
Track 11 (2:48)
Track 12 (2:35)
Track 13 (2:51)
Track 14 (2:00)
Track 15 (2:25)
Track 16 (2:42)
Track 17 (2:08)
Track 18 (1:46)
Track 19 (1:46)
Track 20 (2:38)
Review: If you love a good old game of musical guess who then get your ears around this, the second of three Diner's Club International records that dropped on our laps under a shroud of mystery. All we have been told about the project is that is a collective of artists from Joy Rd on the West Side of Detroit who are keeping the city's rich ghetto tech traditions alive. The tracks on this, Part 3, are all super short but super compelling - elements of juke, footwork and electro make up the bumping rhythms with smart r&b samples and diffuse synth soul all adding heartfelt charm to the irresistible dancefloor chaos.
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 in stock $13.94
Straight Foxin'
Cat: WOLFLP 006. Rel: 18 May 23
Kunta (feat Mauricesax)
Be Someone (feat Bezzix)
All I Do (feat Mauricesax)
Bouncer (feat Mauricesax)
New Cribs (feat Bezzix & Mauricesax)
ITWT (feat Mauricesax)
Kush Love (feat Passion Deez)
What If
Mild Fever
Bad Knees (feat Nephews)
 in stock $30.50
Double Cup (10th Anniversary Edition)
Double Cup (10th Anniversary Edition) (gold vinyl 2xLP in debossed sleeve)
Cat: PTKF 30393. Rel: 07 Dec 23
Feelin (feat DJ Spinn & Taso) (4:30)
Show U How (feat DJ Spinn) (3:30)
Pass That Shit (feat DJ Spinn & Taso) (4:17)
She A Go (feat DJ Spinn & Taso) (3:41)
Only One (feat DJ Spinn & Taso) (3:44)
Everyday Of My Life (feat DJ Phil) (3:13)
I Don't Give A Fuck (2:36)
Double Cup (feat DJ Spinn) (4:04)
Drank, Kush, Barz (feat DJ Spinn) (3:38)
Reggie (3:34)
Acid Bit (feat Addison Groove) (3:25)
Leavin (feat DJ Manny) (4:15)
Let U No (feat DJ Spinn) (4:07)
I'm Too Hi (feat DJ Earl) (3:03)
Review: By the time Double Cup landed in 2013, footwork had already well and truly infiltrated global dance music culture, with DJ Rashad held high as one of the true visionaries of the Chicago-born sound. Still, Double Cup seemed to break through and take the genre even further out, turning more people onto footwork's hugely innovative potential and fuelling its interpolation with other scenes in the UK and elsewhere. With Rashad's tragic passing in 2014, it also serves as a swan song of sorts, loaded with the weight of a genius gone before his time. If you don't already have this one etched in your memory banks, now is the time to play catch up.
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 in stock $26.05
Dancefloor Classics Vol 3
Dancefloor Classics Vol 3 (limited 10" + MP3 download code)
Cat: RAJATON 02C. Rel: 16 May 23
Good Girls & Boys
All I Want From You
Don't Sell Rock
What Yours
 in stock $19.99
Nuh Chat EP
Cat: CRIT 078. Rel: 21 Jan 15
Tek Nah Chat (feat Redders) (3:07)
Elastic (3:16)
Sam Binga & Deft - "Steppin" (feat Redders) (2:45)
Chasic (3:50)
Review: Binga and Redders join forces once again for a unique hybrid of digi-dub, dancehall and D&B. "Tek Nah Chat" is spacey, gritty and primed for the dance as both characters' unique styles complement each other with physical rawness that no other producer/MC combo can boast (with, perhaps, the exception of Phizzy and Strategy) Further on we get all tripped out by the bending toplines and woozy synths of "Elastic", we get pranged out by the late night future grime "Steppin" and get thrusted back to the oldest of schools with the rampant jungle homage "Chasic". Not a dull moment, Binga is in a league of his own right now.

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 in stock $10.00
Painful Enlightenment
Cat: ZIQ 428. Rel: 10 Sep 21
Moanin' (2:42)
Suicidal Ideation (8:57)
Painful Enlightenment (4:35)
G-Spot (5:50)
Disturbed (3:56)
Disorientation (4:02)
Mynd Fuc (5:05)
Intergalactic Battle (feat DJ Paypal) (2:37)
Drivin' Me Insane (feat Nancy Fortune) (3:36)
3 (3:02)
Just A Taste (feat DJ Paypal) (4:30)
 in stock $21.03
Embryo (12")
Cat: ZIQ 445. Rel: 18 Mar 22
Embryo (3:54)
Auto Pilot (3:45)
Connect The Dots (3:22)
Rabbit Hole (3:18)
 in stock $16.31
Vapor City (reissue)
Vapor City (reissue) (gold vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 200V. Rel: 09 Oct 20
Gunshotta (5:39)
Infinite Us (7:00)
Dont 1 2 Lose U (4:12)
Center Your Love (4:44)
Vizion (2:39)
Rise N Fall (5:32)
SeeSea (4:14)
U Still Lie (4:21)
Eyesdontlie (6:37)
Baby Its U (7:10)
 in stock $21.03
Ways (cassette)
Cat: LR 178. Rel: 11 Aug 22
Shoot (3:58)
Feel (4:44)
Now (4:15)
Cold (feat Oso Feo) (5:04)
Narcissus (3:47)
Ways (4:31)
Misty (bonus track) (4:49)
Just You & Me (bonus track) (5:38)
 in stock $15.25
Dancefloor Classics Vol 1
Dancefloor Classics Vol 1 (limited 10" + MP3 download code)
Cat: RAJATON 02A. Rel: 25 Jan 23
Please Come Out (2:48)
Wicked (2:05)
Working With (3:09)
In My Head (3:23)
 in stock $22.08
Hellworld (limited LP)
Cat: ZIQ 454. Rel: 16 Mar 23
Get Down (4:23)
Opp Pack Hittin (feat Malick McFly) (2:52)
Technician (3:49)
Lucky (3:32)
Gallery (feat Malick McFly) (3:42)
So Hot (3:59)
When U Touch Me (feat Lighght) (4:21)
Groover (5:12)
 in stock $18.41
Hot Pot Totto
Hot Pot Totto (transparent red marbled vinyl LP)
Cat: PHNTM 033LP. Rel: 05 Oct 23
Hakke Yoi (3:27)
Shogyu Mujo (4:00)
The Tower (3:22)
Religion Surfer (2:47)
Eye Candy Man (3:25)
Buri Buri (feat Catu Diosis) (3:11)
Okame & Hyottoko (3:00)
RIP My Ego (3:39)
Bad For My Soul Good For My Ego (3:43)
Dopamine Dance (1:05)
Hashtag Smile (3:47)
Review: Shigeru Ishihara aka DJ Scotch Egg and Kiki Hitomi (ex-King Midas Sound) return with their beguiling but ultimately groundbreaking 'minyo footwork' project, WaqWaq Kingdom. For those who haven't been here before, the name itself says it all - albums from this duo are like stepping through the wardrobe into a different realm packed with fantasy and exoticism, yet fully committed to the dance. "Two words are conjoined: hot pot and ottotto," says Kiki Hitomi of the album title. "Ottotto is the Japanese equivalent of 'oops', or said when someone nearly falls over but manages to get their balance back: it was dangerous but now we are safe!" Musically, that sounds like upbeat, staccato kicks carrying hallucinogenic melodies, samples and sounds, at times descending into weird manic broken pop ('Buri Buri') and low slung, growling, stepping urban breaks ('The Tower'). Formidable, surprising, and infinitely pleasing.
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 in stock $19.99
Bloodstone EP
Cat: DICA 022. Rel: 08 Dec 22
Fool's Gold (5:00)
Arpe Diem (6:03)
Honey Dew (4:54)
Bloodstone (5:41)
 in stock $14.47
Escapology (translucent orange vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HYPLP 004. Rel: 02 Feb 23
Trancestar North (0:51)
The Break Up (4:00)
Toxic Foam (2:49)
Orbex (4:22)
Angle Of Re-entry (1:13)
Freefall (1:40)
In The Shadow Of Ben Hope (0:20)
Sim-darien (1:46)
Cross The Gap (2:41)
Uncoil (3:49)
Astro-darien (1:24)
Lagrange Point (3:36)
Docking (1:04)
Torus (3:33)
T-divine (1:57)
Review: While Kode 9 has forever been on the cutting edge, pushing bass culture and surrounding discourses to the very limit, Escapology is without doubt the Hyperdub boss's most conceptual and boundary-blurring body of work to date. Part of a wider project which involves a game, an installation and layers of political discussion and concerns, his fourth album is part soundtrack, part ambient immersion and part club bangers. Ice cold and jarring at points ('Sim Darien', 'Astro Darien'), mindbogglingly heavy and physically flippant at others ('Uncoil', 'Lagrange Point'), Escapology commands full attention as it sucks you deeper and deeper into Kode 9's pragmatic and concerned vantage point. An album that will keep on giving for many many years to come.
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 in stock $14.72
Fast Cash (Easy Credit & The Economic Crash)
Suit & Tie Guy Vs Dorian Electra - "Fa$t Ca$h (Easy Credit & The Economic Cra$h)" (Objacktivist mix) (8:14)
Suit & Tie Guy Vs Dorian Electra - "Fa$t Ca$h (Easy Credit & The Economic Cra$h)" (Lorenzo Vektor remix) (3:04)
Suit & Tie Guy - "The Bilderberg Gate (RIP Pete Namlook)" (7:12)
Suit & Tie Guy - "Because It's Lucky (Where's The Kibble At?)" (4:46)
Review: STG Soundlabs' first drop is a wild ride. First up, Suit & Tie Guy goes up against Dorian Electra on 'Fa$t Ca$h (Easy Credit & The Economic Cra$h)' which gets remixed by Objacktivist into eight minutes of bendy deep house with lashings of Ibiza soulfulness. The Lorenzo Vektor is a wild footwork remix with drums piled up on top of one another and the vocal chopped and diced into pieces. On the flip is a star-gazing synth house exploration of outer space and then a killer electro-funk jam. One of the most unpredictable EPs we've heard in ages.
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 in stock $8.99
Dancefloor Classics Vol 4
Dancefloor Classics Vol 4 (limited 10" + MP3 download code)
Cat: RAJATON 02D. Rel: 06 Nov 23
Tweets (3:05)
You Check (3:03)
Hero Forever (3:48)
Don't Pick Up (2:37)
Review: Finnish underground icon Sasu Ripatti returns under his most frequently used pseudonym, Vladislav Delay, for another bout of Dancefloor Classics. The series has already established a loyal following, and the fourth episode is enough to explain why, even if you've not encountered any of the preceding instalments. Music for imagined dancefloors is how the official release information puts it, it quickly becomes clear just how vivid that imagination is. Throwing down a string of footwork inspired cuts, the four tracks here are frantically upbeat and packed with filthy, jacking potential. But they're also deep, at times ghostly - or at least a little eerie - and ground in a desire not just to make people move, but also push sounds forward into new territories. Never an easy line to tread, the overall results hit as hard as the beats themselves.
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 in stock $20.52
Perspective (clear vinyl LP)
Cat: ZIQ 459. Rel: 28 Sep 23
Paradigm (5:00)
Obscure (3:48)
Fourth Perspective (4:20)
Derivative (4:55)
Dissonance (2:43)
Duality (6:03)
Review: Inimitable footwork titan Jlin returns for yet another challenging take on footwork and juke, Perspective. A pivotal follow-up to her 2017 album Black Origami, it comes as a comparatively terse mini-album, and consists of electronic versions of her compositions for the percussion ensemble Third Coast Percussion. Something about Perspective seems to appreciate footwork's rhythms as rhythmic "impossible shapes", owing to the genre's loose and sometimes off-kilter triplets. On the likes of 'Fourth Perspective' and 'Disonance', she seems to equate juke with minimalism, introducing Reichean additions and subtractions, not to mention a glassy, surreal timbre overall.
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Cat: ZIQ 459CD. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Fourth Perspective
Auto Pilot
Connect The Dots
Rabbit Hole
Review: The return of Jlin is always a cause to celebrate. In the eight short years since she first emerged, the US producer has firmly positioned herself as a fearlessly inventive, sharply focused artist who never misses. Her fourth album for Planet Mu continues her considered sonic evolution, maintaining the needlepoint percussive programming she's made her name on but broadening the source material to take in some more harmonically rich tones. As ever, you can hear a hint of footwork influence in her work but she's moved beyond obvious links to the Chicago sound, instead occupying her own space where brittle drum science can be a catalyst for rich, continually evolving electronics of the highest calibre.
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 in stock $13.16
Movement EP
Cat: SNF 077. Rel: 08 Sep 22
Movement (7:43)
Direct Effect (5:44)
Unison (7:21)
Passage (6:14)
Review: French finesse with German fusion... Willis Anne makes his Shall Not Fade debut with this killer 'Movement' EP. As with previous missives on his LAN imprint, the beats roam and romp freely between footwork, jungle and ghetto-tek with strong twangs of Detroit bringing it all together. Highlights include the wonderful layers of organs and vibrant chords of 'Direct Effect' and the fully-swung breakbeats and bellowing sub of 'Unison'. Get moving.
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Played by: Agnostic Rhythm
 in stock $14.20
Restraint & Reverb
Restraint & Reverb (gatefold heavyweight orange & yellow vinyl 2xLP in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: BDP 020. Rel: 09 Aug 22
Sick Fing (4:11)
Battle Stations (3:25)
On Their Knees (4:25)
Familiar (5:07)
Social Distance (5:26)
Still Messing (6:35)
Driving Force (4:05)
Girl Problems (4:35)
Sexual (4:11)
Muggy (7:00)
Connecting Dots (6:29)
Slinky (3:42)
Review: Scottish fusioneer Stillhead follows up last year's album doublet Out Of The Loop with this exceptional wide-armed spread of sounds that flexes from UKG (the beautifully restrained hip-wriggling intro 'Sick Fing') to uncompromising juke jams (the pounding, loopy 'Girl Problems') by way of deep slithering, hypnotic dub ('Social Distance'). All weaves together with large servings of bass and some rather nifty (not to mention cheeky) samplecraft. Stillhead? Still bumping...
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 in stock $36.03
Infinite Zonez
Infinite Zonez (limited violet vinyl LP + poster + MP3 download code)
Cat: DISC 12. Rel: 07 Sep 22
2DEEP (feat Junglepussy) (3:30)
BEST 16 (3:09)
She's Gonna (feat RP Boo) (3:16)
NNO APOLOGY (feat Michael Millions) (4:02)
Stay Ready/Ur Dreamz (4:53)
Deserve Betta (feat DJ Taye & Opal Hoyt) (2:59)
FSN8 (3:04)
Wildflowrr (3:22)
Shine Nn Any Weather (feat NappyNappa) (3:44)
Don't Clock Nn (2:37)
Nnow Flexx (3:48)
Jump Rope Reprise (1:40)
Nrgnrg (2:42)
 in stock $22.62
Legacy Volume 2
Legacy Volume 2 (red vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: ZIQ 456. Rel: 11 May 23
Eraser (explicit) (3:19)
Heavy Heat (3:44)
Total Darkness (3:57)
Flo-Control (3:44)
Under'd-Stat (4:41)
Say Grace (3:44)
Knock Out (3:28)
Azzoutof Control (4:03)
B.O.T.O. (4:59)
Pop Machine (3:52)
Porno (explicit) (3:56)
Off Da Hook (3:59)
Last Night (3:58)
Review: RP Boo is a footwork originator widely credited as being a pivotal and foundational figure. He started producing in 1995 inspired by the house sounds of Chicago and broke through in 1997 with 'Baby Come On' which is credited as being the first proper footwork tune. Legacy Vol.2 is a collection of cuts created between 2002 and 2007 that tell the story of Boo's musical evolution as well as that of footwork itself. There is everything from the darkness of 'Eraser' inspired by visiting club War Zone on the west side of Chicago to 2005's 'Pop Machine', which was made when Boo worked at Speedway Oil Change and made use of a temperamental soda/pop machine. This is vital music history, frankly.
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 in stock $20.52
Distorted Sensory
Distorted Sensory (180 gram vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: TEKLIFE 011. Rel: 05 Mar 21
Distorted Sensory (4:49)
Distorted Sensory (Kode9 remix) (3:42)
Distorted Sensory (Loefah South Side remix) (6:15)
Played by: Jerome Hill
 in stock $16.31
2022 (cassette)
Cat: OM RETINA. Rel: 02 Feb 21
Flutes (5:03)
Loco (5:10)
Ensemble (2:03)
Courir (5:06)
Reflexe (5:29)
Aroy (1:30)
 in stock $9.73
Dancefloor Classics Vol 2
Dancefloor Classics Vol 2 (10" + MP3 download code)
Cat: RAJATON 02B. Rel: 05 Apr 23
Got Your Money (2:46)
Didn't You Know (3:43)
Two-Door (3:41)
Memory Lane (3:00)
 in stock $19.99
Cat: TEKLIFE 012. Rel: 08 Jan 21
Hovercraft (3:18)
Desire Path (3:36)
See Me Flex (4:06)
Jellyneck (3:47)
Warehouse 2K (3:13)
Delahaze (3:20)
MTL Hardcore (4:14)
Special Tek (4:32)
 in stock $16.31
Afterlife (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: TEKLIFE 001. Rel: 06 Apr 16
DJ Rashad/DJ Spin/Taso - "Roll Up That Loud" (3:37)
DJ Rashad/Gant-Man - "Get Fuk'd Up" (3:01)
DJ Rashad/DJ Manny/DJ Spin - "Let's Roll Out" (3:48)
Microglobe/Machinedrum - "High On Hope" (4:13)
DJ Rashad/DJ Phil - "Come Close" (4:25)
DJ Rashad/DJ Earl - "Wear Her Pussy Out" (3:53)
DJ Rashad/DJ Spinn - "Oh God" (4:51)
DJ Rashad/Gant-Man/DJ Manny - "Ratchet City" (3:02)
DJ Rashad/Dj Taye - "Get You Burnt" (4:22)
DJ Rashad/Tripletrain/DJ Spin - "Pass That" (3:14)
DJ Rashad/Boylan/DJ Manny - "Tony Montana" (2:51)
DJ Rashad/DJ Tre - "Yeah We Do This" (4:49)
DJ Rashad/Traxman - "Lost Worlds" (3:38)
DJ Rashad/DJ Spinn/DJ Paypal (RSP) - "Do You Wanna B Mine" (5:26)
DJ Rashad/DJ Manny - "Roll A Tree" (4:49)
Review: This debut release from footwork crew Teklife's label sees them pay tribute to DJ Rashad, the late, great innovator who passed away in the spring of 2014. Afterlife gathers together a collection of DJ Rashad tracks co-produced by Rashad's close friends and associates, including DJ Spinn, Traxman, DJ Manny and more. As the label themselves state, this 14 track album really conveys the wealth of musical influences and knowledge Rashad possessed with soul, hip-hop, house, techno and many more all brought together at 160 BPM. "Afterlife is our tribute to our friend and our inspiration. Rest In Peace DJ Rashad," Teklife write. Enough said. A must for all fans of Rashad.
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 in stock $19.47
Threads (2xLP)
Cat: CIV 059. Rel: 22 Oct 13
Folding Shadows
The Silence (feat Jinadu)
Healing Rain
Jus Sayin' (feat Gone The Hero)
Drift (interlude)
Reverse Logic
Corridor 2013
Patients (feat MC Jabu)
Deep Sea Pyramid
Wall of Light
Wicker & Pearl
Governer's Bay
The Road (feat Charlie Dark)
Review: Jim Coles' decision back in 2010 to implement a swerve in his sonic trajectory away from his hip-hop past as 2tall in favour of a more all-encompassing approach that touches on various strands of bass culture as Om Unit has paid off and then some. Subsequent releases on Exit, Autonomic, Civil Music, Metalheadz and his own Cosmic Bridge imprint have all shown Om Unit eminently capable of tempo shifting productions that appeal to fans of Bass music, Drum & Bass and footwork alike. The latter has been explored further while the Dream Continuum collaboration with Machinedrum on Planet Mu and his Philip D. Kick alias where the link between Chicago's juke heritage and UK Jungle was explored. All this and more is included on Threads, a debut Om Unit LP for Civil Music that deftly collates various strands (or threads) of his production career over the past fifteen years for a cohesive 15 track set that veers through of hip hop, dubstep, jungle and even house.
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 in stock $28.94
Noisy Us
Noisy Us (12")
Cat: CSF 003. Rel: 24 Nov 23
Kapsalon Is Deconstructed Kebab (4:25)
Rejected Pepsi (5:26)
I'm Eddie Murphy In Eastern Europe (5:50)
Lying & Cheating (3:36)
Just A Little (4:44)
 in stock $16.05
Obelisk (12")
Cat: SSPB 025. Rel: 05 Oct 23
Dance Skeleton Dance
Bassline Conga
Hope It Gets Better
Without U
Staircase (Toumba remix)
 in stock $15.77
Mas Alla Que Aca
Cat: YUKU 039. Rel: 28 Sep 23
Immaterial (feat Gotopo) (3:48)
Ranas De Cristal (feat Wabi Sabi) (6:00)
Rue (feat DJ Swordfish) (5:39)
Murmuration (1:51)
Mas Alla Que Aca (feat Crvzloma) (3:01)
Buma II (5:41)
Cuica (3:45)
Borraja (6:02)
 in stock $17.36
Flood City Trax
Flood City Trax (transparent beige vinyl LP)
Cat: ZIQ 452. Rel: 26 Oct 23
FCD (Floaty Cloud Dream) (4:20)
Orchid Juke (5:58)
Sun Juke (2:39)
Nondi Shadow (0:47)
Euphonic Daydream (1:30)
01-25-2022 (2:09)
Healing Rain (2:02)
Dusty (3:21)
Nostalgic Vision (2:39)
Long Ago (4:46)
Sentimental Juke (3:22)
Harmoyear (2:35)
Review: Johnstown, Pennsylvania isn't the first town on everyone's lips when it comes to deep dive electronics. But then, sadly, most people still don't seem to have encountered Nondi. Better known to some of those who have as Tatiana Triplin, the US producer and head of the 'net label HRR has developed a cult following for her experimental takes on some already quite leftfield electronic genres: breakcore and footwork, alongside Detroit-hued techno. What's remarkable about all this is the fact she confesses to only really having direct experiences of these genres online, as oppose to amid the sweat and frenzy of the situations they were first intended for. While this might lead some to assuming her work lacks authenticity, nothing could be further from the truth - it's all so authentic because the interpretations are entirely hers.
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 in stock $24.19
Cosmosis (blue marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: 3024OTK 3. Rel: 06 Dec 23
Non Believer
Raw Whispers
God Given
Blue Hills
Review: London-based producer Otik releases his first album Cosmosis on Martyn's label 3024. The 11-track LP signifies the fourth album on the imprint across its ten-year tenure, showcasing a more introspective side to Otik's musical output. The album leans into delicate melodies, hazy atmospheres and lush analogue sounds, often evoking blissed-out feels and ripples of brilliant colour. Produced three years ago during lockdown, Cosmosis comes after a period of spiritual struggles, where Otik questioned his faith, religious beliefs, and the concepts of right and wrong. While the pandemic allowed ample time for reflection, Otik translated these thoughts into music from his Peckham-based studio, later finding a home on 3024's evolving discography. Keen to release a body of work that explores the journey of enlightenment and the struggles to get there, Otik drew inspiration from the luminary filmmaker Terrence Malick and how Malick portrayed ideas and philosophies in films like The Tree of Life and Voyage of Time. As a result, the record conveys a compelling narrative of rebirth, told through exquisite sound design and a push-pull pace that oscillates across the album.
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Played by: Midland
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Cat: ZIQ 458. Rel: 16 Nov 23
Hard Drive (3:28)
WTF Goin On (3:15)
Hypnotized (3:18)
Ooh Baby (feat DJ Rashad) (3:54)
I Can Luv U (2:41)
You N You (feat DJ Phil) (3:21)
Overnight Flight (3:17)
Want U Bad (3:36)
Turn Me Up (3:13)
Opera (2:47)
Lost In Da Jungle (3:08)
Deep In My Mind (3:07)
Review: Planet Mu has been one of the breeding grounds for juke and footwork even before many people over in Europe had cottoned on the hyper-rhythmic US style. They continue to put out the genre's fresh sounds, this time with Chicago man DJ Manny pushing the template into fresh new realms. He climbs high on the BPM counter here with his 160+ beats staying soulful, with plenty of hook melodies and well-treated and deployed vocal samples adding character to the physicality. Minimal techno, r&b, jungle and more are all referenced in this brilliantly driving album.
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Diners Club International Part 4
Track 1 (1:53)
Track 2 (1:59)
Track 3 (2:33)
Track 4 (2:41)
Track 5 (3:17)
Track 6 (3:05)
Track 7 (2:24)
Track 8 (2:28)
Track 9 (3:02)
Track 10 (2:25)
Track 11 (3:01)
Track 12 (3:03)
Track 13 (2:25)
Track 14 (1:49)
Review: Introducing Diner's Club International, a new and anonymous collective, we have been told on the low down, that is here to keep clubs bumping. They hail from Joy Rd on the East of the city of Detroit and are here to keep the ghetto tech scene going strong with a vast array of breathless new rhythms across three different records. Their MO is to get in and out quickly with each track - short, snappy sketches packed with attitude, cut-up vocals and spongy drum and bass patterns. As physical as all these cuts are, they also have a real human heart thanks to the warming pads and well-deployed r&b stabs. These are red hot so do not sleep.
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