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Visions EP
Cat: EA 003. Rel: 28 Jun 22
Minimal/Tech House
Visions (6:30)
Hallucinate (6:17)
Burnen (6:46)
Offenn (6:18)
Review: Following up releases on Kaluki Music and Nothing Else Matters, Peterborough native Alisha joins the Eastenderz family to present the awesome Visions EP. The title track is proper UK flava with its roaring speed garage style sub-bass that's underpinned by a swing-fuelled rhythm, followed by the equally bass-driven and druggy late-night vibe of 'Hallucinate. On the flip, 'Burnen' is a minimal number that takes a wonkier direction yet still very much in-line with the label's style, and ending with the tough rolling main room tackle of 'Offenn'. All killer, no filler on this one - tip!
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Tags: Minimal
 in stock $15.29
ENDZ 056
ENDZ 056 (12")
Cat: ENDZ 056. Rel: 08 Mar 24
Deep House
State Of Mind
Da Record
Review: Dutch artist Stef Davidse makes his Eastenderz debut with his latest EP, and the 56th releease to grace its esteemed annals. Recalling the organ-laden of early Chicago house but coming laced with contemporary, humorous and cool sound effects, the likes of 'State Of Mind' and 'Da Record' are bass-riffing intrigues, all designed to both tantalise and sate.
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Tags: Tech House
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ENDZ 052
ENDZ 052 (clear splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 052. Rel: 16 May 23
Deep House
Can't Slow Down
Review: The unstoppable Eastenderz label run by East End Dubs is now well over 50 releases deep yet still serves up music that makes a real impact when it arrives. Max Dean is behind this latest fresh fusion of house, dub and tech with 'Can't Slow Down' opening up on a way of subtly uplifting synths and with throwback vocal samples adding some good time magic. 'Focus' is more bubbly and bouncy, with rich and glowing melodic daubs looping over a slick groove. 'Uppy' is a third and final buffed up tech cut with rasping bass and plenty of colourful synths all bringing it to life.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $16.35
ENDZ 053
ENDZ 053 (green & yellow splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 053. Rel: 20 Jun 23
Minimal/Tech House
Orbit (5:11)
Lemon Life (5:47)
Singularity (4:58)
Dissolve (6:14)
Review: Dimmish is one of those names making himself ever more a part of the tech house firmament and he deserves the acclaim as this new EP on Easternderz proves. It is high grade tackle with several different stylistic nuances. 'Orbit' is a warm pumper with funky bass rotations and well designed drums under balmy pads. 'Lemon Life' ups thence with more high speed, high power but always funky grooves and lithe synths, and 'Singularity' rides on a wave of subtle melody that takes you ever higher. The closer 'Dissolve' with its more colourful and playful melodies might be the best of a great lot.
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East End Dubs Collaborations EP
East End Dubs Collaborations EP (split coloured vinyl double 12")
Cat: EA 001. Rel: 19 Oct 21
Minimal/Tech House
East End Dubs & Fabe - "Stargaze" (6:37)
East End Dubs & Rossi - "New Game" (6:37)
East End Dubs & Sidney Charles - "Mental Stealth" (6:07)
East End Dubs & Rich NxT - "Delicut" (7:46)
East End Dubs & Cuartero - "Static Sea" (6:59)
Review: The unstoppable East End Dubs launches yet another vinyl series here: introducing the first edition of the Collaborations series which features the label chief teaming up with some of the biggest names in tech house. Four cuts on this one: on the A side you've got 'Stargaze' in conjunction with Mannheim's Fabe (Salty Nuts) where they serve up some minimal boompty-funk, while C1 is with the ever reliable Sidney Charles on the hypnotic swing of 'Mental Stealth'. On side D is where it gets serious, on the moody, heads-down groove of 'Delicut' with fellow Londoner Rich NxT, and ending with the infectious afterhours bounce of 'Static Sea' with the ascendant Cuartero.
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Tags: Minimal
 in stock $26.36
ENDZ 055
ENDZ 055 (blue marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 055. Rel: 28 Nov 23
Minimal/Tech House
Get Funky (7:13)
Destructive Rhythm (6:18)
Optional Illusion (6:02)
How It's Going Down (6:28)
Review: When it comes tech house, Eats End Dubs's Eastenderz label is right up there with the best of them. This time out the 55th outing comes from Julian Fijima. As always it's a fine distillation of tech, dub and house with a hint of garage thrown in too on opener 'Get Funky', then 'Destructive Rhythm' brings rave synth stabs and dark vocals. 'Optional Illusion' has more molten acid lines run through its midst and last of all is the best of the lot - the percussive swing of 'How It's Going Down.'
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Tags: Tech House
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How We Do EP
Cat: EA 005. Rel: 24 Jan 23
Deep House
How We Do (7:53)
Chagondoo (7:40)
The Fifth Story (8:17)
Easier Said Than Done (7:35)
Review: American producer LaRosa makes his first appearance on the esteemed Eastenderz imprint, bringing with him a quartet of killer, club-ready cuts. He sets his stall out with 'How Do You We Do', a chunky, tech-tinged roller piled high with deep, dubby sub-bass, bleeping melodies and intergalactic pads (plus a wonderful, saucer-eyed breakdown), before reaching for gently chiming melodies, bustling beats, smoother bass and trippy noises on 'Chagondoo'. 'The Fifth Story' is a little deeper and more subdued - though the sub-bass is even weightier and the melodies more bleeping - while 'Easier Said Than Done' is a rock-solid tech-house box jam of the sort that Eastenderz has always done so well. Keep an ear out for some very subtle disco vocal samples and acidic squelches.
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
 in stock $15.29
ENDZ 054
ENDZ 054 (purple & silver splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 054. Rel: 02 Aug 23
Deep House
Won't Stop (6:01)
Drop The Bass (6:08)
I Luv It (6:03)
Review: They don't come much more on point and useful for tech house fans than East End Dubs's Eastenderz. It is now well into its second half century of releases and Ben Eau is the man charged with serving up the sounds on this purple and silver splattered vinyl. 'Won't Stop' opens up and is an in form tech roller with dry hits and the sort of tightly programmed beats that dancers latch onto for days. On the flip and as the title suggests, 'Drop The Bass' has some playful bass teases and a more weighty low end while 'I Luv It' completes a trio of top tunes, all with their own character and charms.
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Played by: DJ Mau Mau
 in stock $16.35
ENDZ 047
ENDZ 047 (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 047. Rel: 28 Sep 21
Minimal/Tech House
Everon (7:23)
Izbraz (5:54)
Radian (6:17)
Review: Rich NXT is one of the super reliable contemporary house producers who serve up functional records with a twist. Here comes another such trio on the popular Eastenderz label. 'Everon' pairs acidic bass and bobbling grooves with a heady sax line that drifts up top to add the all important special ingredient. 'Izbraz' is a much darker tune - a collision of dusty jungle breaks, haunting chords and warped vocals that is brilliantly dense and unusual. Lastly, 'Radian' slips into a freak 4am minimal vibe with a hiccupping hook and crispy 90s tech house beats.
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Fision EP
Fision EP (12")
Cat: EA 002. Rel: 25 Jan 22
Minimal/Tech House
Fision (6:03)
Cenit (6:09)
Signals On Me
Review: Argentinian producer Rigzz is next up on the Eastenderz label with more those stylishly striped back and dubbed out tech house sounds. This impressive four tracker opens with the heavy bump of 'Fision' which is underpinned with gritty kicks. 'Cenit' layers up more rock solid drums with lively and loose synths to compiling effect. The tightly woven rhythms continue though 'Space3' which has modulated synths stitched into the arrangement for some cosmic vibes and 'Signals On Me' closes out with a fourth and final heavyweight rhythm that will appeal to both DJs and dancers
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $15.29
ENDZ 050
ENDZ 050 (white splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 050. Rel: 21 Sep 22
Minimal/Tech House
Phantom Jam (6:57)
Catch The Beat (7:01)
Grey Area (7:01)
Don't Look Back (6:59)
Review: Hamburg's Sidney Charles has been doing his thing for some 10 years, blazing a trail of fun and fruity house music which has graced the likes of Hot Creations, Moda Black, Relief and Moon Harbour. You would have last caught him on Eastenderz at the tail end of last year, and he's back on the label for round two with more of that freaky tech house gear that gets bodies wiggling. 'Phantom Jam' has fun with some funked up samples which bed down into the sleek modern production like butter on hot toast, while 'Catch The Beat' goes all out on tweaked synth lines and an insistent groove. There's sass and sophistication throughout this EP, marking another stone cold hit for Charles and Eastenderz alike.
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ENDZ 051
ENDZ 051 (white splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 051. Rel: 01 Nov 22
Minimal/Tech House
Bounce (6:06)
A Rhythm (6:32)
You Can Dream It (7:04)
Review: UK tech house hero Seb Zito returns to Eastenderz with a killer four tracker. The Fuse London and Seven Dials stalwart kicks off ENDZ 051 with the bleeped-out boompty groove of 'Bounce' on side A that's aimed squarely at the main room dancefloor pre-peak time, while over on the flip he's got the afterparty strictly in mind on the bass-driven back room dub of 'A Rhythm', followed by more Sunday morning tackle in the form of hypnotic minimal house cut 'You Can Dream It'.
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
 in stock $16.35
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