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Cat: 50WEAPONLP 16. Rel: 05 Mar 14
Footwork/Juke
  1. Warped
  2. Rzor (feat Sam Binga & MC DRS)
  3. Space Apples
  4. One Fall (feat Josefina)
  5. 167 Blast (feat DJ Die)
  6. Lue (vinyl exclusive)
  7. Bad Seed
  8. Ain't It Love
Review: Stepping up with his second album for 50 Weapons, Addison Groove is once again mining the rhythmic excitement of juke and footwork and working it into his blue-hued melodic headspace. Standout vocal cut '"Just You" is a prime example of the upbeat flavour across the album, while "11th" matches the plush harmonies with moodier switch-ups, and "The Spirit Level" drops the tempo into a house bump that lends itself to the illustrious synth sweeps. Typically though the beats are in that twitchy middle ground between dubstep and footwork, leaving plenty of space for razor-sharp constructions and dazzling edits as best demonstrated on the dynamic acid roll of "Space Apples". Chaos abounds on the B Side where Developer's frantic side is shown via "Promiscuous" whilst the tightly wound "Pulstar" is quite hypnotic.
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Allaby (12")
Cat: 50WEAPONS 043. Rel: 27 Oct 15
Techno
  1. Addison Groove - "Allaby" (4:36)
  2. Errorsmith - "Airbag" (5:30)
Review: Here's something to excite all those who like their dance music to come with a heavy dose of funk: a split release from 50 Weapons that boasts material from Bristol-based floor-slayer Addison Groove and scene veteran Erik "Errorsmith" Wiegand. The latter is in a combative mood, delivering a rave-friendly chunk of analogue madness that comes complete with colossal build-ups, twisted acid lines, bouncy electronics and ghetto-tech-inspired intensity. While rather good, it lacks the energy and punch of Addison Groove's contribution, the throbbing "Allaby". Typically, it sits somewhere between the relentless jack of juke, the cut-up appeal of ghetto-tech, and the rolling goodness of tech-funk. However you describe the track, it's a bit of a banger.
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Stones & Woods (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: 50WEAPONLP 10. Rel: 15 Nov 12
Bass
  1. Morning Shiver Down The Black Wood River
  2. Hope's Soliloquy
  3. Me & Them
  4. Heart's Soliloquy
  5. My Dreams Are Made Of Steam
  6. Handsome Dances The Dance
  7. Time Will Show You Who I Am
  8. The Herald & The Lamb
  9. Shoulders
Review: After the barnstorming Dispel Dances long player of last year, Anstam returns with another album of subversive beat science for 50 Weapons, fusing wild sample digging with bold synthesis across a range of tempos. Each new track presents unexpected delights, moving from the monolithic 80s funk stylings of "Hopes Soliloquy" to the schizoid vocal jazz-beat psych out "Me & Them" and then on to the drunken synth warbles of "Hearts Soliloquy". The breadth of ideas that Anstam covers on this LP, as with his last one, is quite staggering, hitting on a rich well of originality with every new tune.
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Played by: Toby fairbank, Rivet
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Cat: 50WEAPONSLP 04. Rel: 25 Oct 11
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Watching The Ships Go Down
  2. Bitten By The Snake
  3. To All The Voices
  4. Stone Cold Hug
  5. Handsome Talks The Talk
  6. I Shouldn't Even Be Here
  7. In The Bull Run
  8. Statical
  9. Black Friesian Monoliths
  10. Say My Name
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Centrum (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: 50WEAPONSLP 17. Rel: 27 Feb 15
Techno
  1. Where (1:25)
  2. Composer (6:25)
  3. Fire Woman (4:54)
  4. Excluding Natalia (6:08)
  5. SAC (5:13)
  6. Each Other (6:04)
  7. Oez (4:00)
  8. At The Mirror (5:38)
  9. 0 To 1 (4:13)
  10. I Ride (6:42)
Review: Parisian producer Bambounou has long been part of the 50 Weapons family, having offered up a series of well-received singles and a debut album for the label since 2012. Centrum is his second LP, and sees him in a typically inventive mood, offering up a range of techno tracks blessed with curiously off-kilter rhythms, crackly found sounds, tumbling melodies and jumpy electronics. While there are dancefloor moments - see the Detroit-influenced, outer-space grooves of "Fire Woman", spiraling psychedelia of "S.A.C" and the kickdrum-propelled thump of "Excluding Natalia" - many of the more potent moments are far more influenced by IDM and ambient.
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Obsidian (2xLP)
Cat: 50WEAPONLP 18. Rel: 21 Oct 15
Techno
  1. Obsidian (1:39)
  2. Cosmonaut (6:02)
  3. Monolith (4:35)
  4. Transmission (7:18)
  5. Pulse Width (3:42)
  6. Shimmer (5:06)
  7. Vostok 6 (5:17)
  8. Parallax View (5:55)
  9. Poly (4:11)
  10. Tetrapod (3:29)
  11. HRM TX (1:54)
  12. Trickster (5:49)
Review: It's fitting that Benjamin Damage is the last artist to release an album on 50 Weapons. Apart from owners Modeselektor, he was also one of the first to feature on the label. Obsidian sees Damage straddle a fine line between the melodic and the atmospheric, the dance floor-heavy and the visceral. This is audible on the title track, where spacey chords are introduced over a rolling rhythm and on "Monolith", an arrangement that sees Damage fuse tribal beats with fragile, angelic hooks. Even though much of the album revolves around this interplay, there are also moments when the balance tips in the favour of the esoteric, and the lithe break beats and sensuous ambience of "Pulse Width" and "Shimmer" bring an end to Damage's relationship with the label in fine, introspective style.
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Played by: Ben Sims, S-File, Unspent
 in stock $18.21
Battle (12")
Cat: 50WEAPONS 048. Rel: 01 Dec 15
Techno
  1. Benjamin Damage - "Battle" (8:43)
  2. Truncate - "86" (6:38)
Review: 50 Weapons aren't half rolling out the bangers as they surge towards their pre-ordained climax (the German imprint's 50th and final 12" will drop at the end of the year). Here, they serve up two more colossal chunks of booming, floor-friendly techno from the combined talents of Benjamin Damage and Truncate. It's Damage who sets the tone, skillfully fusing wayward, end-of-days atmospherics and a whisper of 303-abuse with thunderous kick-drums. On the flip, Truncate goes in equally as hard, offering a more fluid-sounding - but no less intense - take on European techno, with fizzing hi-hats and clipped electronic melodies creating a typically mind-altering mood.
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Attack (12")
Cat: 50WEAPONS 039. Rel: 17 Oct 14
Techno
  1. Attack
  2. The Wind
  3. Curious
Review: According to their label, Fjaak live and sleep in their studio, but whatever about their methodology, it is clear that they are doing something right. The title track is a monstrous affair, based on a gargantuan stepping rhythm and tough breeze block beats as the trio shoot out Landstrumm-esque grating noise. In stark contrast is "The Wind". Deeper and groovier, it centres on breezy chords but retains dance floor clout thanks to the shards of hissing percussion. "Curious" sees Fjaak back to the same kind of territory as "Attack"; the only difference is that this time, the groove is straighter, but the grainy drums are just as relentlessly unforgiving.
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Trees (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: 50WEAPONS 050. Rel: 17 Dec 15
Techno
  1. Trees (with Paul St Hilaire) (7:41)
  2. 50 Trees (5:22)
Review: After a long, well-publicised farewell, Modeselektor's 50 Weapons label finally bits the dust, bowing out with a release from the owners. For the fiftieth and final record, the German pair have recruited long-time Rhythm & Sound vocalist Paul St Hilaire. He brings his baleful, shanty style delivery to the intense, rolling title track, and if anything tempers the intensity of the massive, shimmering chord builds that unfold as "Trees" progresses. On the other side, there's "50 Trees". On this occasion, Modeselektor decide to drop out the beats and the listener is left to contend with dark, textured sound scapes, a chilling but evocative goodbye to one of techno's key imprints.
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Tw33tz (12")
Cat: 50WEAPONS 041. Rel: 01 Dec 15
Techno
  1. Phon.O - "Tw33tz" (6:23)
  2. Paula Temple - "Oscillate" (5:29)
Review: Aside from the splurge of sublime releases for the likes of Detroit Underground, Cytrax, and Shitkatapult, Phon O has been at the forefront of 50 Weapons' output, as of late. This time he shares a 12" for the same label alongisde R&S' Paula Temple, and the pair lay down their skills, respectively. Phon O takes the A side, and his "TW33tz" is a perfect hybrid tune, a visceral mix of house and breakeat; in respect of the latter, it's the infusions of subtle breaks and stuttering melodies that remind us of peeps such as Plump Dj's. Temple, instead, comes across ruder and more aggressive with "Oscillate", a techno mutant that verges onto acid-ridden electro. All in all, they're heavy and abrasive - check 'em!
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Played by: Tale Of Us, Mathame
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Cat: 50WEAPONSCD 08. Rel: 26 Jul 12
Techno
  1. STP3/The Killer
  2. Silent Witness
  3. I Come By Night
  4. Gas Up
  5. Day After
  6. Phototype
  7. The Praetorian (LP mix)
  8. Ride On
  9. You Got The Look
  10. V10MF!/The Filler
  11. Follow The Leader
Review: "If you do not hear this" a distorted voice says at the start of Shed's third album, The Killer, before deploying a low bass frequency, "or that, you will not feel it". It's a statement of intent which is followed through with some of the heaviest material of the producer's career - whether it's the dense ambient of "STP3/The Killer", the tunnelling, waspish drone of "I Come By Night", or the screaming oscillations of "Day After". Despite being an album grounded by monolithic rave-era breakbeats, it's also an album of contemplative moments - the thermal current melodies of "Gas Up" and "The Praetorian" chief among them. The artwork says it all - this is an album made for the body, and our advice is to turn it up loud and let techno's greatest contemporary producer work his magic.
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Cat: 50WEAPONS 045. Rel: 13 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Dark Planet (4:33)
  2. Dark Planet (Modeselektor remix) (4:59)
Review: Modeselektor are clearly keen to make 50 Weapons' last few releases as strong as possible. For this 12", they've turned to Berlin techno titan Shed, who - somewhat predictably - more than delivers the goods. "Dark Planet" is a thick, tough and driving beast, with chopped-up, manipulated vocal snippets forming a quirky melody line above a thumping rhythm that neatly combines pounding kick-drums and hissing cymbals. This is no-nonsense, floor-friendly techno that comes laden with sly funk. Modeselektor themselves have a go at remixing it on the flip, delivering a far weirder, wilder, stranger and - bizarrely - more melodious 'broken techno' interpretation.
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Played by: Dan Curtin
 in stock $9.57
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