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Intergalactic Jack
Cat: EBEAMZ 007. Rel: 21 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Intergalactic Jack (6:00)
  2. Work (5:24)
  3. Destiny (5:53)
  4. Shawty (4:58)
Review: Interplanetary Criminal, whoever they may be, seems perfectly suited to the sort of ironic, laissez faire attitude that spews out of the E-Beamz label. The imprint has gotten a name for releasing artists who, first and foremost, make stunning house music with a distinctively raw edge, but ones who also like to take the whole underground scene with a pinch of salt. DJ Boring, DJ Playstation and DJ Longdick have all appeared on the catalogue and, if we were one day to find out that they were actually all the same two or three artists, we wouldn't be surprised. Concerning the music, however, "Intergalactic Jack" churns its 4/4 beats through subtle jungle influences and aquatic bass tones, while "Work" takes a step deeper into the analogue aesthetic with some seriously crusty drums and sharp synth work - a beauty! "Destiny" opens the flip with a surprisingly UK kind of sound, reminding us of the best of the garage days, while "Shawty" unleashes a magnetic dose of old-school hip-hop sounds in the form of rough but effective vocal samples. Some true swing in here.
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Played by: Bodhi
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Continuum (12")
Cat: EBEAMZ 036. Rel: 13 Oct 20
Drum And Bass
  1. Continuum (8:07)
  2. Baltic Sea (6:13)
  3. Full Circle (5:42)
  4. Explorer (5:48)
  5. What You've Done To Me (4:40)
Review: Monsieur-of-the-moment Mani Festo continues to flex his beats in all directions as he arrives at the equally flexible E-Beamz imprint. Following releases on the likes of Repertoire, Rupture and Boysnoize, he runs the full gamut here; 'Continuum' is a wobbled-out slab of breaks that nods towards instrumental grime, 'Baltic Sea' rekindles the old TCR or Botchit flames with just a wee smidgeon of rave magic, 'Full Circle' is all-out jungle while 'Explorer' drops the breaks entirely for an exercise in minimal techno. Finally 'What You've Done To Me' closes the show on an emotional one. Sublime.
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Almost Becoming Lucid EP
Cat: EBEAMZ 019. Rel: 20 Feb 18
  1. Almost Becoming Lucid (5:56)
  2. Chemically Minded (5:55)
  3. Do's FInal Exit (5:46)
  4. 0011 (5:52)
  5. Andromeda Signal (5:35)
Review: Although he's released on both Car Crash Set and XL Recordings, the enigmatic Hugo Massien doesn't seem to be too concerned with hip new flavours or passing trends. Instead, he's simply focusing on his own brand of techno, a dreary-eyed, hybrid kind of flex that recalls the later part of the 90s. For instance, "Almost Becoming Lucid" manages to blend aqueous sonics with sharp-edged semi-breaks and dissipating r&b vocals, while "Chemically Minded" blasts out some industrial rave tones for the small hours. The flipside kicks off with "Do's Final Exit", a bleak and skeletal techno bullet, followed by the glacial tones of "0011", and ending up on a sultry bit of sci-fi rolling by the name of "Andromeda Signal". A different view.
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Cat: EBEAMZ 037. Rel: 10 Mar 21
  1. Chasing Shadows (4:39)
  2. God Knows We Tried (6:14)
  3. If You Dare (feat Zun) (3:33)
  4. Omnipotent Love Energy (5:44)
  5. Skin On Skin (5:16)
  6. Fast Lane (5:33)
  7. Different People (3:55)
  8. Cosmological Horizon Entropy (3:54)
  9. Losing Sleep (3:13)
  10. Matter Of Time (5:01)
  11. Space 2 Breath (5:20)
  12. Outer Space Jam (5:26)
  13. Unpowered Descent (6:02)
  14. Beyond Completely Gone (feat Judas Mordache) (5:46)
Review: UK producer Hugo Massien has built a fine following for his bass heavy inventions over the last few years. Now he capitalises on that with a fantastic debut album for E-Beamz that finds him perfect his signature sound while exploring new territory. It comes after plenty of big 12"s on XL Recordings, Keysound, 17 Steps and Unknown to the Unknown and launches with the airy broken beats and garage flecked sounds of 'Chasing Shadows' before exploring cavernous downbeat on 'If You Dare', warped bass bangers on 'Fast Lane' and chunky ambient on 'Cosmological Horizon Entropy.' These are just some of the highlights amongst many.
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House Works & Time Loops
Cat: EBEAMZ 022. Rel: 28 Mar 18
Deep House
  1. Blast (5:03)
  2. Contemplation (6:14)
  3. Body & Soul (6:54)
  4. Time Echoes (7:24)
 in stock $11.81
Rejected City
Cat: EBEAMZ 032. Rel: 12 Nov 19
  1. Rejected City (7:11)
  2. Cloud Dancing (5:54)
  3. Glass (feat Real To Reel) (6:18)
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 in stock $7.33
Direct Contact
Cat: EBEAMZ 035. Rel: 05 Aug 20
  1. Direct Contact (6:41)
  2. Ravioli Ocean (6:39)
Review: Fresh from an impressive outing on Lazare Hoche Records, rejuvenated duo Zoo Look pop up on E-Beamz with two righteous slabs of mystical peak-time goodness. A-side "Direct Contact" offers a near perfect blend of rugged, undulated acid lines, bustling hardcore-style breakbeats and shimmering, sci-fi inspired chords. While undeniably fresh sounding, there's no denying the early '90s rave influences at play. There's a similarly retro-futurist feel to flipside "Ravioli Ocean", a wonderfully glassy-eyed, sunrise-ready affair that smothers a driving beat in tactile chords, morning-fresh synthesizer flourishes and undulating piano lines that sent shivers up and down our spines.
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 in stock $11.52
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