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On My Way
On My Way (12")
Cat: INSTINCT 28. Rel: 27 Nov 23
On My Way (5:15)
Don't Stop Now (4:40)
Find Da Cure (5:46)
Extender (4:50)
Review: DJ Crisps is starting to make some handy garage moves after a couple of various artists' appearances and a fine EP on Time Is Now Germany in July. Now they link up with Oldboy who appeared on Burnski's other label Vivid back in 2022. As you should expect these are four hardcore and rudely garage cuts with plenty of swagger, naughty samples and bass-face potential. 'On My Way' is the standout with its shuffling one-two drum punch, distant police sirens and warped basslines underneath a timeless and irresistible female vocal full of soul. A summer scorcher for sure alongside three more very useful weapons.
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Tags: UK Garage | Bassline
 in stock $13.42
It's A Conspiracy EP (feat Ease Up George mix)
Cat: RVN 08. Rel: 16 Oct 23
I Need You (4:46)
The Lesson (6:35)
Play Nice Tune (4:31)
Play Nice Tune (Ease Up George mix) (6:11)
Review: Conspiracy Dubz aka DJ Progress, Jason Ward and Positive Aura graces Rhythm N Vibe Records with some irresistible garage vibes on his It's A Conspiracy EP. It kicks off with the classic dusty drum swagger and clipped vocal samples of 'I Need You' complete with lovely dry hits. 'The Lesson' is another steamy one with heavier drums and naughty blasts of bass under a dub vocal and some classic organ chord vamps. 'Play Nice Tune' is a more warm and happy garage jam with muted chords darting about beneath playful sax stabs. 'Play Nice Tune' (Ease Up George mix) closes out with smooth garage house shuffles and neat synth phrases.
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Played by: Paul Starey
 in stock $12.89
Visions Remixed Vol 1 (DJ Spen mixes)
Cat: PUL 006. Rel: 06 Nov 23
Home Sweet Home (The Journey) (DJ Spen remix) (7:29)
Home Sweet Home (The Journey) (DJ Spen dub) (6:23)
Home Sweet Home (The Journey) (DJ Spen Hump mix) (5:53)
Review: Demuir's Visions album gets its first series of remixes here as standout cut 'Home Sweet Home (The Journey)' gets reworked by Baltimore's finest dance music ambassador and bona fide legend DJ Spen. First up he brings some shuffling and deep soul to the groove with an irresistible skip to the drums and a lush vocal. The dub pairs things back a little further with more splash in the percussion and last of all comes the Hump mix. This one has noodling keys working their way up through the mix to bring real enlightenment.
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Played by: Toronto Hustle
 in stock $12.89
Styla (feat Main Phase remix)
Cat: INSTINCT 26. Rel: 02 Oct 23
Styla (5:19)
Styla (main Phase remix) (5:47)
Ruff Dub (4:31)
Gravedigger (4:24)
Review: Get your best-worst bass face ready and cock those gun fingers cause Instinct is back with more rude as you like garage. Prozak takes care of this one with the old school vibes of 'Styla' first up. It's got ragga vocals, bleeps and blistering bass set to a prickly garage beat that cannot fail to make a mark. The Main Phase remix is a more traditional garage sound with crisp hits and great swing. 'Ruff Dub' on the flip ups the ante and gets even more nawty and nasty while 'Gravedigger' brings a dark sense of swing to shut down another fine EP.

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 in stock $13.42
Changing Channels: Part 1
Cat: HESLP 005PT1. Rel: 05 Oct 23
The Slip (4:52)
Hole Away (4:55)
Changing Channels (7:19)
Review: Pangaea's latest album Changing Channels comes a notable seven years after his debut, In Drum Play, and again hears the Hessle brain lay down a whopping demo in dance histrionics. Made in a period of oscillation - between international DJ sets and holidays of downtime and r&r - we get the impression of a remarkably clear-headed album, with the production crisp, and the choice and placement of samples neat. On this 12", we hear the LP's first part, with the no-fuss garagey 'Hole Away' and the stabby 'Changing Channels' piquing particular interest.
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 in stock $15.25
Changing Channels: Part 2
Cat: HESLP 005PT2. Rel: 05 Oct 23
Installation (4:55)
Squid (4:29)
If (5:40)
Bad Lines (3:54)
Review: It's been a long time since we heard from Pangaea, one of the three famous faces who made up the original Leeds label come ubiquitous DJ's DJ's DJ imprint - Hessle Audio. Though perhaps less appreciated than his contemporaries Ben UFO and Pearson Sound, now's his time to shine again: Changing Channels is his second ever album, following up 2016's In Drum Play (which for all its quality, rough, juddering techno experiments, will always line the shelves of many a budding selector). Like its predecessor, oddball bassy techno is here Pangaea's preferred mode, whether reflected in the sassy femme vocal cutups of 'Installation' or the spitting basses of 'Squid'. This is one of two vinyl 12"s over which the album is spread; an effort to enhance its playability for DJs.
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Midnight EP
Cat: COJV 008. Rel: 23 Oct 23
Midnight To Sunshine (6:12)
Let It Ride (6:42)
Remember This (6:23)
Smokers Dub (5:05)
Review: Midnight EP brings another four heavyweight cuts from the London based Club of Jacks production duo showcasing their varied sound. 'Midnight' opens up with deep, haunting chords and a lush reworked vocal laid over a smoky 2 step beat. 'Let It Ride' brings the 4x4 house vibe, mixing infectious synths, catchy lyrics and a rolling bass groove. On the flip, 'Remember This' digs into the garage house sound, infusing jazzy organ chords and solos with skippy drums and tasty vocal chops. To finish off, 'Smokers Dub'' takes us into a darker, speed garage inspired vibe, with weighty bass and dub reggae flavour.
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Babylon (12")
Cat: INSTINCT 24. Rel: 10 Jul 23
Babylon (6:55)
Poison Dart (4:38)
Bad (4:46)
Review: Oi oi, Instinct is back with more gun finger touting, bass-face pulling garage goodness. This one from Soul Mass transit System click off with a dark groove and shuffling drums run through with plenty of old school signifiers. 'Poison Dart' is another one with marvelous scratchy drums and snares powering it feared as withering sonics, rude boy bass and hints of female vocal all get you marching along. 'Bad' closes out with wobbly bass and crisp hits. It's a more swinging groove with extra room for the sounds to hit that bit harder. Killer tackle.
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Room On Top
Cat: MC 041. Rel: 18 Dec 20
Room On Top (7:23)
Fares Please (6:13)
All Change (6:57)
Hold Tight (7:22)
Review: Back in the late 90s, first time tech house was still booming, and Nathan Coles and Terry Francis were right at the heart father sound's best material. Some of it came as The Delinquents, who now get proper and worthy reissue treatment thanks to the always vital Mint Condition label. Their Room on Top EP from 1998 showcased the best of their sound - there's the dark and driving "Room On Top", then the more tripped put and late night "Fares Please". "All Change" gets back to bouncing, punchy drum led business and "Hold Tight" offers a perfectly gooey and woozy downtempo track to get things started or end them in stylish fashion.
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Played by: INSTINCT
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Babe? (12" in autographed sleeve)
Cat: YUQT 5. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Let It Go (5:10)
The Way U (4:24)
Tiempo (4:12)
Stuck On U (4:12)
Review: Midlands duo Y U QT are new school garage heads with a great brand, youthful energy, and the ability to craft slamming tracks that destroy dancefloors up and down the country. That never happens at the expense of quality, though, as this latest 12" on their own label shows once more. These rave ready cuts mash up plenty of different sub genres and show the pair is always subtle evolving their sound following chart toppers like 'You Belong To Me', viral Boiler Room sets and sold out shows across the UK. It's no wonder their music gets played by the likes of Bicep, Ben UFO and Octo Octa when it makes the sort of impact that this EP does.
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Gadget Crew (feat Skins Junglist Crew remix)
Cat: CS 039. Rel: 04 Sep 23
Gadget Crew (6:08)
Just This Once (5:18)
Gadget Crew (Skins Junglist Crew remix) (5:45)
Review: Constant Sound is one of the many labels Burnski aka Instinct is heading up right now and they are all as good as each other. This one focuses on house and tech sounds and welcomes Adam Pitts to the fam with three standouts. 'Gadget Crew' opens up and has a big, high-energy groove with plenty of oversized drum sounds and a retro melody paired with an intriguing soulful vocal. It has a dark garage tinge and is perfect for late-night action. 'Just This Once' is tough and physical, with warped and naughty bass and thwacking great hits irresistible to all. Last all comes a Skins Junglist Crew remix which is exactly that - a fine one for the jungle heads.
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
 in stock $13.15
1991 EP
1991 EP (12")
Cat: INT 1700201. Rel: 05 Jul 12
212 (feat Lazy Jay)
Van Vogue
 in stock $16.57
Froge MP3 (Record Store Day RSD 2023)
Froge MP3 (Record Store Day RSD 2023) (limited white vinyl LP)
Cat: 488423 2. Rel: 10 May 23
Silver Lining (2:34)
On & On (2:15)
Soft Spot (3:41)
Settle (2:42)
Words (3:10)
Slowly But Surely (3:09)
Say It (2:57)
Can We (2:37)
Easy (3:08)
Player 2 (3:01)
Beachin (3:14)
Sunlight (3:16)
Review: Low-cal melodic pop d&b done from a new-gen perspective: Piri & Tommy's take on drum & bass has been a runaway success in the last two years as the couple bring their own unique song writing signature to the genre. Now to mark this year's RSD, their debut album Froge.mp3 enjoys a limited vinyl outing and it sounds amazing for it. Cuts like the sing-along 'On & On' and the lofi dreaminess 'Slowly But Surely' and the sun-kissed summer joint 'Beachin' all still sparkling as bright as they did when they first dropped last year, this is a significant moment for Piri & Tommy. Happy Record Store Day!

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 in stock $31.02
Remember That Feeling
Cat: WOLFEP 070. Rel: 05 Sep 23
Royale (5:38)
Intentions (6:11)
Move Steady (6:18)
Review: Frits Wentink has a sharp and snappy sound which has yielded some of the freshest, funkiest house music in recent memory. Channeling the swing and soul of the finest UKG with a European deep house sensibility, he's back on Wolf Music with three new slices of dancefloor gold. 'Royale' is laden with crafty chord lines and a groove to die for, absolutely for the heads but incredibly accessible with it. 'Intentions' captures a little of Mood II Swing's distinctive crunch and injects it with plaintive jazz piano for a deep, contemplative joint, and 'Move Steady' draws on techy synths and a scuffed, head nodding beat with a subtle streak of uplift.
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 in stock $16.31
Make Me
Make Me (orange vinyl 12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: R 212001. Rel: 10 Oct 23
Make Me (extended mix) (5:01)
Make Me (Big Ang Rave To The Grave remix) (3:24)
Make Me (Mani Festo remix) (4:03)
Make Me (Paul Sirrell remix) (3:41)
Review: For those with their ear to the ground, 'Make Me' has been an underground monster hit for Borai and Denham Audio for time, but now it's getting a proper 12" release on Room Two with some heavyweight remixes. Taking a classic 90s vocal sample and giving it a thorough ruffing up, the original is hard to top, but Big Ang and Mani Festo turn in suitably rowdy versions which continue the theme of hardcore revivalism in fine style. Meanwhile bassline legend Paul Sirrell steps up for a flamboyant version which harks back to the original mid-90s cut that inspired 'Make Me' in the first place.
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 in stock $16.31
Brexit At Tiffany's
Cat: 4838 617. Rel: 03 Nov 22
3 Minutes To Midnight (3:53)
Brexit At Tiffany's (2:43)
Test Of Time (4:02)
Review: Who doesn't love The Streets? From cheeky chappy to a revered part of the British music establishment, Mike Skinner as The Streets was there at the start of the UKG scene and still invigorates it to this day. His first new music in a while is an understated ballad that features the by now trademark internal monologue, but here paired with what is a beautiful vocal from Jazz Morley and a skittish drum pattern. Mike Skinner has also self-directed his own music video to go with the title track and it is well worth seeing if you can.
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 in stock $11.04
Foundation EP
Foundation EP (translucent red vinyl 12")
Cat: TIN 052. Rel: 27 Oct 23
Foundation (4:35)
Stamina (4:20)
Sekkle (4:58)
Make It Thru (feat PAB) (3:20)
Review: Toby Ross joins the Time Is Now family with four massive bass-driven bangers. Clean yet raw, airtight and hermetic breaks come among slews of laser faller SFX, sampled David Rodigan hypeups, and offbeat bubbles on 'Foundation', while the ensuing 'Stamina' prefers to wobble away next to "rudeboy!" shouts and patois murmurations. The B-side's 'Sekkle' takes a deeper dark garage turn, wresting our attention with "yos" and "yeahs", not to mention a massified sub-bass; finally, MC PAB delivers a wonderfully laid-back flow over the top of 'Make It Thru', getting at the quintessential character of UK breaks and garage today.
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 in stock $14.72
Corner Wax Volume 2
Corner Wax Volume 2 (limited 12")
Cat: CORNERWAX 2. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Clear Thoughts
Confused Thoughts (feat Stereo Silence)
Be Louder
Review: After helping mint the first Wax Corner release in 2022, Osipenko Bus Stop is back with a whole 12" of revivalist garage that taps into the best qualities of the genre while equally doing its own thing. 'Be Louder' is a tightly wound workout which cuts between skippy 2-step and breakbeat drops with some weirdo synth twists and rave stab turns, making for a patchwork jam that slots into the current zeitgeist while stepping to one side of the pack. 'Clear Thoughts' favours classic organ chord samples chopped nice n' tight, powered by a bumping bit of 4x4 which will never do you wrong in the club.
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Practical Rhythms Vol 3
Cat: PRHYTHMS 003. Rel: 08 Jan 21
Sky Joose - "Skin Teeth" (5:26)
Sky Joose - "Skin Teeth" (Interplanetary Criminal SPZL remix) (4:35)
Perception - "Oh Yes" (6:23)
Perception - "Oh Yes" (D Jason remix) (6:38)
Review: The Practical Rhythm crew are back with a third vital new release here. It's another trip back to the old school days of 90s garage but with a sufficiently stylish modern update. Sky Joose & DJ Perception are two of the scene's finest players and both come through here with a new single each. Sky Joose's 'Skin Teeth' is a dry, stripped back and minimal cut with darkened bass that becomes even more naughty with the Interplanetary Criminal SPZL remix. Perception then brings some light to the EP with his 'Oh Yes', a soulful cut with a magic lead and loose, tumbling drums. DJ Jason then flips it with some smeared, reversed bass and skeletal perc.
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Computer Love
Cat: MYOR 23. Rel: 18 May 23
Your Touch (5:51)
House Music (5:07)
Night Safari (5:16)
Computer Love (5:18)
Visibility Cloak (2:06)
Velvet Underground (4:58)
Eye New (4:09)
Fine Feline (5:05)
Trust Issues (5:16)
Review: Our love for Coco Bryce is well-documented on these pages. To get news of a new album from the legendary Dutch drum & bass producer, then, is, well, music to our ears. Computer Love is a double pack on his own label MYOR that explores downtempo sonic landscapes, deep drum & bass and occasional forays into UKG and breakbeat. It's a kaleidoscopic listen with meticulous craft in each tune and overflowing with fresh melodic ideas as well as his famous smart samples. Previously released singles 'Night Safari' and 'Trust Issues' are standouts amongst a slew of other more left-of-centre sounds.
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 in stock $28.66
Yesterday Is Heavy
Yesterday Is Heavy (gatefold 180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: YIH 001LP. Rel: 16 Sep 22
Another Sketch (3:50)
Be Cool (feat Little Dragon) (4:04)
Vera (Judah Speaks) (4:30)
Leave It (feat Charlotte Day Wilson) (3:44)
September (4:20)
To The Floor (feat BADBADNOTGOOD) (3:10)
Backwards (feat Sampha) (4:07)
What If? (feat Skiifall) (3:08)
Colours (4:12)
About Us (feat Elmiene) (3:16)
Still (feat Sampha & Ghetts) (4:01)
Ends Now (feat Serpentwithfeet) (2:43)
Review: Made over the course of 10 years, Yesterday Is Heavy is the sound of Lil Silva stepping outside of his comfort zone to deliver a much anticipated debut album. Having worked alongside Mark Ronson, Adele and more, the Lil Silva story is now coming full circle with heavyweight guest appearances from the likes of Sampha, Ghetts, Little Dragon and serpentwithfeet, while Benji B was on hand to offer some musical direction. All those extra ingredients are a bonus, but at heart this is Silva's record through and through, and it serves as a perfect declaration of all he has achieved in his glittering career to date.
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Shout (12")
Cat: CS 033. Rel: 24 Apr 23
Shout (6:54)
Remember (6:44)
Review: Constant Sound co-owner James 'Burnski' Burnham delivers a stonking pair of garage-flecked house tracks that offer up no nonsense dancefloor attitude in spades. 'Shout' is all about its monster rhythmic framework, with economic splashes of synths on the side simply maintaining the flavour and a properly full on old skool breakdown. Flip track 'Remember' leans a little further towards UK garage with its sugar sweet female vocal snippets, but the central groove hustles and bustles along with maximum weightiness, making it suitable for any number of differing dancefloors.
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 in stock $11.84
Closer Than Close
Cat: DEMSING 001. Rel: 28 Apr 23
Closer Than Close (3:46)
Closer Than Close (Mentor club mix) (7:31)
Closer Than Close (Tuff Jams Even Closer) (7:01)
Closer Than Close (Frankie Classic club mix) (10:20)
Review: Rosie Gaines will also be synonymous with her smash hit single 'Closer Than Close' (also the name of her fifth album) which now gets reissued by the Demon Record Singles Club. Gaines actually started her career back in 1985 when she perfumed and recorded with The Curtis Ohlson Band but it was when she was a member of Prince & The New Power Generation that she really got noticed. Her Closer Than Close album came in 1995 and soon after she was dropped by Motown, but a remix of the title track a year so so later arrived in club land on bootleg and sold over eight million copies around the world.
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 in stock $15.51
The White Wagon 01
The White Wagon 01 (limited 10")
Cat: TWWR 01. Rel: 21 Oct 21
Aline Brooklyn - "Bahamama" (8:10)
Aline Brooklyn & Hordel - "4 U" (4:50)
 in stock $16.04
Practical Rhythms Vol 8
Cat: PRHYTHMS 008. Rel: 08 Feb 23
Strictly Speed Gazza (5:24)
Strictly Speed Gazza (Dubplate Pressure remix) (5:19)
Mellow Shuffle (6:00)
Mellow Shuffle (Flexx Gruvs remix) (6:13)
 in stock $17.36
4 Real EP
4 Real EP (12")
Cat: PPR 24. Rel: 15 May 23
4 Real (937 main mix) (9:19)
Psycho Times (7:08)
Dusty Sound (7:36)
Review: Fans of traditional US house - and why wouldn't you be - will salivate over this new EP from the Plastik People label. It's a pure and feel-good four tracker steeped in New York style that brings those magic 90s vibes to the dance floor. First up is the warm and bouncy '4 Real' (937 main mix) with its dumpy kicks and humid organic chords, then 'Psycho Times' ups the pace with a nice grinding bassline and heavy US garage vibes in the chuffing kicks while 'Dusty Sound' owes a debt to the one and only Kerri Chandler for its lush and jazzy musicality. Timeless stuff.
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Hardlife (reissue)
Cat: UR 044MCMRP. Rel: 14 Dec 21
Hardlife (9:03)
Hardlife (Aaron Carl remix) (5:05)
Review: Some two decades after it first slipped out of Underground Resistance's Motor City studio and into record stores worldwide, one of UR's most magnificent moments has been given a deserved reissue. Largely produced by 044 (real name Gerald Mitchell) and featuring vocals from one of his relatives (one Ron Mitchell), 'Hardlife' is not so much a sci-fi techno anthem as a mid-90s US garage/soulful house workout with sparkling, undeniably intergalactic, Motor City synths. As it did back in 2001, it comes backed with a fine remix from the late Aaron Carl that successfully re-frames the track as sparse, bouncy chunk of soul-fired peak-time techno.
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Panix Vs DJ Snowy Buffet
Cat: OHSCLASH 002. Rel: 30 Aug 22
Panix - "Premium Dubz" (4:20)
Panix - "Hefty" (5:44)
DJ Snowy Buffet - "Can I Tell" (4:32)
DJ Snowy Buffet - "Club Life" (4:22)
Review: Our second sound-clash instalment sees Panix lock heads with DJ Snowy Buffet. Based out of South London, Panix made a name for himself in the dubstep scene, before emerging as one of the most exciting producers of UKG and breaks. The A1, 'Premium Dubz' combines moody bass-lines with ravey stabs to make the ultimate 2-step dance floor killer. The A2, 'Hefty' does exactly what it says on the tin.. Hefty basslines and squeaky clean 4 to the floor drums. DJ Snowy Buffet is another veteran of the dubstep game, producing under the well known WZ. Surfacing as his new alias, the Czechoslovakian producer shows depth to his game with a bouncy UKG sound. The B1, 'Can I Tell' provides skippy garage drums and synths certain to light up any set. The B2, 'Club Life' showcases the darker side of UKG, with warping basslines and amen breaks.

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Neighbourhood (feat El B, Dawn Raid remixes)
Cat: IFGGG 002. Rel: 23 Oct 23
Neighbourhood (original '98 mix)
Neighbourhood (El B remix)
Neighbourhood (Dawn Raid remix)
Review: Long time underground UK stalwart Zed Bias dropped this - one of his many seminal cuts - back in 1999. Now, the dark garage classic 'Neighbourhood' gets reissued alongside some remixes. In its original form, it has an alluring vocal charm with unsettling chords over a grinding bassline and sharp percussion. The El B remix brings fleshier low ends and more swagger and shuffle while the vocals remain in place to blow up your spot. To close out the EP, Dawn Raid remixes with a high-energy jungle sound full of old-school signifiers. A proper EP for proper dance floors.

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Dub Essentials Part 1
Cat: DTR 017. Rel: 29 Nov 22
Feelings Mutual (6:57)
Deeper (5am mix) (5:46)
Scatter (6:01)
Mantra (4:42)
Gone Loopy (3:13)
Review: Digital Tape Recordings take it al the way back to 1994 here with the timeless early garage sounds of Dub Essentials Part 1 from 24Hour Experience. It captures the essence of UKG at the time and was first released on the definitive Nice N Ripe label. It has a range of sounds from the soothing depths and soulful samples of 'Feeling's Mutual' to the more clipped and bouncy 'Deeper (5am mix)'. 'Scatter' then layer sup jumbled perc and US house styles with rich organ chords and 'Mantra' again keeps it deep and rather sleazy with some filthy bass. Last of all is the slinky sound of 'Gone Loopy' to round out a classic.
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Played by: Paul Starey
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UK Garage Anthems
UK Garage Anthems (limited 2xLP)
Cat: DEMRECOMP 030. Rel: 28 Apr 23
Craig David - "Fill Me In" (4:12)
Sweet Female Attitude - "Flowers" (Sunship radio edit) (3:50)
The Streets - "Has It Come To This?" (4:03)
Artful Dodger & Romina Johnson - "Movin' Too Fast" (radio edit) (3:57)
DJ Pied Piper & The Masters Of Ceremonies - "Do You Really Like It?" (3:38)
Double 99 - "Ripgroove" (radio edit) (3:21)
Wideboys - "Sambuca" (feat Dennis G) (3:16)
MJ Cole - "Crazy Love" (feat Elisabeth Troy) (4:40)
DJ Luck & MC Neat - "A Little Bit Of Luck" (5:49)
Shanks & Bigfoot - "Sweet Like Chocolate" (radio edit) (3:28)
T2 - "Heartbroken" (4:51)
Shola Ama - "Imagine" (Asylum remix) (5:40)
Zed Bias - "Neighbourhood" (radio mix) (3:34)
Wookie - "Battle" (feat Lain) (5:00)
Oxide & Neutrino - "No Good 4 Me" (feat Megaman, Romeo & Lisa Maffia) (6:02)
Sunship - "Try Me Out (Let Me Lick It)" (feat Anita Kelsey) (5:41)
Architechs - "Body Groove" (feat Nay Nay - mix MC version) (5:15)
Gabrielle - "Sunshine" (Wookie main mix) (4:27)
Lovestation - "Teardrops" (Flava 7" mix) (3:49)
Shaun Escoffery - "Space Rider" (MJ Cole vocal mix) (3:55)
Monsta Boy - "Sorry! (I Didn't Know)" (4:13)
Tru Faith & Dub Conspiracy - "Freak Like Me" (4:56)
Another Level - "Guess I Was A Fool" (MJ Cole remix) (3:47)
K-Ci & JoJo - "Tell Me It's Real" (club Asylum Steppers mix) (3:04)
Review: UK garage will never die and will always get any dancefloor pumping. It is just one of those genres that is so sweet and utterly and irresistible to all, which is no doubt why there are so many collections of the classics. Demon Records has assembled this collection featuring 24 cuts all bought together on four sides of vinyl for the very first time. It's fair to say these are massive, well-known tunes but they all still make a mark from artists including Shanks & Bigfoot, The Streets, Craig David, MJ Cole, Artful Dodger and Sunship.
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Too Late
Too Late (12")
Cat: SOUTH 011. Rel: 19 Sep 23
Too Late (Deep vocal mix) (6:43)
Too Late (Underground dub) (7:00)
Review: Trying to find an original of this is a fool's errand that only results in disappointment when you eventually find a copy and discover it will cost you over L100. But happily, this repress makes it available to all old-school garage lovers. It's a real classic from MAD Productions aka MJ Cole and Darryl B. The silky smooth and deep drums power the groove onwards while the queen that is Carroll Thompson provides a soulful vocal up top. On the flip is the highly sought underground dub of 'Too Late' which is just as essential.
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Played by: Paul Starey
 in stock $16.31
CUNT 032
CUNT 032 (purple vinyl 12")
Cat: CUNT 032. Rel: 15 Sep 23
Let The Spirit Flow
La Bahia
Make Your Mind Up
Purple Kush Theme
Review: The label with the finest catalogue number naming convention in all of dance music is back with another fresh slab of wax. This one from Purple Kush mix up US house and UK garage starting with the swinging sounds of 'Let The Spirit Flow' which has a beautiful organ line and heart wrenching vocal. 'La Bahia' is another one with throwback organs and a fat bassline over low slung and well swung drums. 'Make Your Mind Up' goes deep with chopped up vocal fragments and plenty of 90s house vibes and 'Purple Kush Theme' is a stoner reggae downtempo delight.
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Played by: Paul Starey
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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)
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The Darker The Shadow The Brighter The Light
The Darker The Shadow The Brighter The Light (translucent green vinyl LP (indie exclusive))
Cat: 505419 7733062. Rel: 06 Nov 23
Too Much Yayo (3:36)
Money Isn't Everything (2:49)
Walk Of Shame (2:18)
Something To Hide (3:45)
Shake Hands With Shadows (3:25)
Not A Good Idea (3:17)
Bright Sunny Day (3:24)
The Darker The Shadow The Brighter The Light (2:39)
Funny Dream (2:48)
Gonna Hurt When This Is Over (2:51)
Kick The Can (2:06)
Each Day Gives (3:21)
Someone Else's Tune (3:08)
Troubled Waters (3:39)
Good Old Daze (3:19)
Review: Mike Skinner is surely deserving of National Treasure status by now, is he not? From mischievous young MC upstart to garage innovator and now the voice of the nation, his journey has been remarkable and as this album shows it isn't done yet. He said in the built-up to it that for the first time in his career, he has allowed himself to be more loose with his lyrics, to say enigmatic things, make odd references and use stranger metaphors that might not always make perfect sense but that feel right in the moment. That makes it a great listen, as well as all the usual catchy hooks and compelling beats.
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Cascadia Dubs EP
Cascadia Dubs EP (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: VBSY 011. Rel: 24 Nov 23
4 Her (5:22)
U R Tha 1 (6:36)
UR Love (5:30)
Smoove Chronicles (6:29)
Review: Tanyn makes authentic UK garage sounds despite the fact they are located near Portland in Oregon. This new EP takes its name from the so called Cascadia movement, "a bioregional independence movement based in the Cascadia bioregion of western North America." It harks back to the primo sounds of UKG don MJ Cole from the off with '4 Her' layering up bubbling, beeping synths with dry hits and cut-up drum patterns. 'U R Tha 1' has more razor-sharp hi hats this time with withering synths and lovely bouncing drums. 'Smoove Chronicles' is the sweetest of the lot with its buttery vocals and melting synths over another archetypal late 90s garage rhythm.
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Played by: Paul Starey
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Garage Classical
Garage Classical (limited 2xLP)
Cat: 190759 69371. Rel: 06 Dec 19
Moving Too Fast (feat Paloma Faith) (3:58)
Flowers (feat Sugababes) (4:01)
Body Groove (feat Nay Nay & MS Banks) (3:35)
Sweet Like Chocolate (feat Lily Allen) (4:26)
Gotta Get Thru This (feat Zak Abel) (2:47)
Fill Me In (feat Raleigh Ritchie) (4:18)
Back Up, Back Up (4:15)
Crazy Love (feat Emeli Sande) (4:10)
Sunshine (feat Gabrielle) (3:51)
My Desire (feat Asa) (3:36)
Sincere (feat Hamzaa) (4:31)
Gabriel (feat Lifford) (6:42)
21 Seconds (feat So Solid Crew) (3:16)
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Step Mode Vip
Cat: FSL 012VIP. Rel: 15 Aug 23
Step Mode (Alan 40 Foot VIP) (3:55)
Step Mode (Sputnik Ones 2 Step Mode edit) (4:40)
Played by: Mimi
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Slicker Than Your Average (20th Anniversary Edition)
Cat: 196587 43541. Rel: 17 Mar 23
Slicker Than Your Average (5:55)
What's Your Flava? (3:36)
Fast Cars (4:20)
Hidden Agenda (3:50)
Eenie Meenie (5:07)
You Don't Miss Your Water ('Til The Well Runs Dry) (5:15)
Rise & Fall (feat Sting) (4:43)
Personal (5:21)
Hands Up In The Air (4:06)
2 Steps Back (3:46)
Spanish (4:57)
What's Changed (4:34)
World Filled With Love (3:39)
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Nite Dreams EP
Cat: YRE 046. Rel: 02 Aug 23
Artispure - "Chicago Underground" (feat The Remedy - Andrew Emil Dreamix) (8:49)
Change Request - "Sunday's Best" (Andrew Emil Dreamix) (9:59)
Elbert Phillips, Andre Espeut - "Sunlight" (Andrew Emil Dreamix) (6:31)
Review: Yore's latest release is a little different. It features Chicago-based producer and sound designer Andrew Emil delivering his own 'dreamix' versions of a trio of little-known cuts. There's an epic, nigh on 10-minute revision of one his own productions as Change Request, 'Sunday's Best', on the flip - a gorgeously bumpin', summery and melodious chunk of life-affirming deep house sunshine with added US garage swing in the beats - plus two tweaks of cuts by (we think) lesser-known acts. His take on Artispure's collaboration with The Remedy, 'Chicago Underground', is a more spacey-sounding chunk of tactile deep house hypnotism, while Emil's take on Elbert Phillips and Andre Esput's 'Sunlight' is a superbly soulful, garage-influenced deep house workout that more than lives up to its title.
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All We Have Is Each Other
Cat: MSN 035. Rel: 28 Feb 23
A Collage For Jake & Emilie (4:39)
Hearing Voices (feat Kilig - club mix) (6:21)
Mesmer (5:46)
The Seed (At Buck Lake) (6:56)
Rosebud (7:58)
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7 Years Of Shall Not Fade
7 Years Of Shall Not Fade (blue & red & pink vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: SNFLP 013. Rel: 16 Feb 23
Alan Fitzpatrick & Reset Robot - "Alpha" (5:57)
Red Axes - "First Look" (5:50)
AK Sports - "Accept That All Things End & Your Life Will Improve In These Five Ways" (7:50)
Lis Sarroca - "Oasis Floor" (8:00)
Laurence Guy & Miller Blue - "My Heart Still Leans On You" (4:44)
Marc Brauner & Tender Games - "ISS" (5:26)
Main Phase - "All The Girls" (5:28)
Soul Mass Transit System - "Take Me To XTC" (6:01)
Borai - "Seafoam Green" (5:25)
D1 Coldpast & Tuff Trax - "Wilder" (5:59)
Killjoy & Kwam - "Active" (4:48)
Peaky Beats - "Cats From The Back" (6:22)
Testpress - "On My Own" (5:59)
Ams - "Rue Du Transvaal" (5:01)
Kassian - "Burst Mode" (5:09)
Module One & Soela - "If I Only Knew" (7:14)
KaySoul - "Woodward Avenue" (5:52)
Alex Virgo & Benjamin Groove - "Relief" (5:31)
Review: Over the last seven years, Shall Not Fade has become one of Britain's most consistent outlets for quality club music, with a vast roster of artists, a string of offshoot imprints, and a release schedule that refuses to settle on one specific sub-genre or sound. It's fitting, then, that the label's seventh-birthday celebration - a wonderfully produced triple-vinyl compilation of previously unheard cuts - does a fine job in summarising this eclectic, all-action approach. Amongst the 18 top-notch tracks you'll find warped UK techno (Alan Fitzpatrick and Reset Robot's 'Alpha'), wayward dancefloor psychedelia (Red Axes), jazzy and drowsy vocal deep house (Laurence Guy and Miller Blue), organ-fired 90s garage revivalism (Main Phase), sub-heavy breakbeat house hedonism (Borai) and even a dash of two-step UKG/grime fusion (Killjoy and Kwam).
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REPWIND 001 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: REPWIND 001. Rel: 19 Jun 23
Highrise - "Dont Know It" (5:24)
Sky Joose - "On The Shores" (6:15)
Johnny U Tah - "Voices In My Head" (4:56)
The Thunderkats - "Melatron" (4:59)
Jay Ward - "Everything That I Need" (5:01)
Review: Reptile Mob is a newly launched, vinyl-only sub-label of the well-regarded GLBDOM imprint. It kicks off with a five-track various artists release that pays homage to the garage sound. 'Don't Know It' by Highrise opens up with a distantly 90s vibe, then Sky Joose shows his class on 'On The Shores' with its hard-edged bassline and full-throttle drums. Johnny U-Tah works some re-pitched and time-stretched vocals to perfection on 'Voices In My Head', with further gems from The Thunderkats whose 'Melatron' is a piano-laced bumper and last of all Jay Ward's 'Everything That I Need' brims with vocal lushness. A top draw start for sure.
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Ourpeggio (10")
Cat: YUM 069V. Rel: 22 Feb 23
Ourpeggio (5:31)
Ourpeggio (Shadow Child remix) (5:01)
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Volume One (reissue)
Cat: RNV 01R. Rel: 12 Jun 23
Soundbwoy Request (5:47)
Towards (5:54)
Next Millennium (2000 Tribute mix) (4:22)
Review: Reissue of in demand classic.Dubtraxx was new on the scene back in 2019 when they dropped this EP which has since become something of a mini-classic. It came on their own label Rhythm N Vibe and now this is seriously heavyweight gear gets reissued. 'Soundbwoy Request' is especially dangerous, working plenty of dub, reggae and jungle motifs into a rugged garage structure and sounding utterly ruff in the process. 'Towards '99' is no slouch either, albeit on a slightly housier tip than the raucous A-side. The "2000 Tribute Mix" of 'Next Millenium' meanwhile sneaks out a few of the eerie tones you'd expect to hear around the time that dubstep first started to emerge.
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Played by: Paul Starey
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Phenomenal EP (reissue)
Cat: RNV 03R. Rel: 19 Jun 23
Reverse (4:22)
Flyby (feat Opus) (4:31)
Loose Ends (7:44)
Gonna Make You (4:27)
Review: Here comes a welcome reissue of a rather in demand classic by the widely revered - and rightfully so - DJ Perception. Opener 'Reverse' taps into a US garage vibe - dusty low slung drums with a four to the floor pattern, plenty of swing and a well treated vocals all finished off with a melodic bassline. 'Flyby' (feat Opus) bumps along to a crips broken beat and sub bass that needs to be heard on a loud system. 'Loose Ends' is raw warehouse music with irresistible bounce and then the soulful vocal smoothness of 'Gonna Make You' might just steal the show at the end. Timeless tackle.
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Played by: Paul Starey
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Renegade Season 004
Cat: REN 004. Rel: 08 Feb 23
Elektrok Dub (4:26)
Shango Dub (5:46)
Ace (6:08)
Runaway (6:58)
Review: It's been a while since we heard any convincing electro-garage or UK funky, but this new and extremely rough-round-the-edges EP from Sky Joose might just have persuaded us once more. Debuting for the anarchic UK label Renegade Season as their fourth white label slab, these bits are proving that people with an ear for the 'true' sonic spirit of garage are still out there and kicking it. Curious moods are conveyed on both light-hearted cuts like 'Runaway', not to mention the bubbly future world that is 'Ace', with its vocoders and back-alley spookiness, plus the rousingly melodic funky cut 'Shango Dub'.
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Renegade Season 005
Renegade Season 005 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: REN 005. Rel: 22 Feb 23
Sky Joose - "Supernova" (6:01)
Stalker - "Bag Full Of Sess" (6:13)
Sky Joose - "Dumbo" (5:47)
Sky Joose - "Voyage" (4:45)
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Come To London EP
Cat: CMR 005. Rel: 12 Jun 23
Losin Control (5:50)
Come To London (5:42)
Dark Gravity (7:20)
Space Jazzy (5:46)
Review: The Craft Music label is back after a one year break with some fresh new cuts by resident Marco Lazovic. It's an EP inspired by the sound of the English club scene in the nineties and noughties, labels like Good Looking Records and artists such as Mike Millrain. Opener 'Losin Control' sure is a compelling mix of electro and breaks that soars on cosmic lines with euphoric vocals in the distance. 'Come To London' has a distinctly garage feel to it with its crisp broken beats and there is more high energy but melody-rich breakbeat action in 'Dark Gravity' while 'Space Jazzy' is s super sweet and deep jungle cruiser.
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Ease The Pressure
Ease The Pressure (hand-numbered white vinyl 10" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: FLAT 5. Rel: 18 Apr 23
Ease The Pressure (6:12)
Ease The Pressure (Highrise remix) (5:50)
 in stock $17.09
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