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Cat: HYPE 062. Rel: 31 May 17
Deep House
  1. Don't Hide It (7:21)
  2. Xtra Sauce (8:24)
  3. Vista (10:31)
Review: Since making his debut back in 2015, J. Albert (real name Jiovanni Nadal) has gleefully drifted between labels, making appearances on 1080p, Cult Trip and Black Opal along the way. Given this track record, it's perhaps unsurprising that Hypercolour have snapped up this on-point three-tracker. There's much to admire throughout, from the punchy, broken house rhythms, lilting deep house chords, hardcore style breakbeat fills and eyes-closed vocal samples of "Don't Hide It", to the Derrick Carter-goes-bleep analogue funk of closer "Vista". Sandwiched in between you'll find the superb "Xtra Sauce", an early Basement Jaxx style fusion of crunchy, U.S garage-influenced beats, fizzing chords and warehouse-friendly late night aesthetics.
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Cat: HYPE 070. Rel: 11 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Better Weather (7:31)
  2. Better Weather (Phazed version) (4:24)
  3. Better Weather (Abyss version) (6:26)
Review: Stellar vocal cut here from Alphonse Rozel, who has had previous releases for Klasse Wrecks, Emotional Especial and Black Orpheus. Described by Hypercolour as 'spacey and dusty deepness' and that's pretty on point. Vocals are provided by one Rev Be, which Rozel utilises across these three versions. The deep bleep techno of "Better Weather" in its original version calls to mind the sounds of northern UK sounds from the early '90s, the trippy dub version - or Phazed version - is vaguely reminiscent of Derrick May's studio expriements around the same time with its funked up, flanged out and reversed elements galore. On the flip is the more straight ahead and dancefloor friendly bounce of the Abyss version.
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Cat: HYPE 066. Rel: 25 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Lucretio - "Higher & Higher" (5:46)
  2. Lucretio - "Give Out" (4:49)
  3. Marieu - "Hit The Power" (6:29)
  4. Marieu - "XA Swing" (5:24)
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Cat: HYPE 073. Rel: 20 Jun 18
Deep House
  1. They Shook (6:32)
  2. Cartoon (3:44)
  3. Loose Pursuit (5:29)
  4. Fake Death (5:17)
  5. Yut (3:33)
  6. Screwface (3:45)
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Cat: HYPE 054. Rel: 24 Aug 16
Techno
  1. Pressing Matters (7:14)
  2. Born In '92 (5:31)
  3. Pressing Matters (Robag Pinvoldex Sull NB) (7:43)
  4. Push (feat Tanaya Harper) (5:51)
Review: Irish tape throb enthusiast The Cyclist adds Bristol house bastions Hypercolour to his discography with this fine four-track 12", Pressing Matters, which features a remix from Pampa and Kompakt legend Robag Wruhme! The title track is a fine example of The Cyclist's warped charm, conjuring bendy bass lines, faltering breakbeats and wavy synth lines over seven delightfully heat-treated minutes. The Robag Wruhme is just as epic, sounding like a lost breakbeat artefact dug up for gleeful 21st century consumption. "Born In '92" adds plenty of pirate radio chatter into it's deep and spectral house bump, whilst Tanaya Harper's vocals lend a palpable edge to the brittle garage swing of closer "Push."
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Lynn EP (12")
Cat: HYPE 045. Rel: 18 Jun 15
Techno
  1. Lynn (5:55)
  2. Tantrum (5:56)
  3. Sycophant (6:44)
  4. Hitting The Ceiling (6:52)
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Cat: HYPE 071. Rel: 07 Jun 18
Electro
  1. Persona Non Grata (7:09)
  2. Xeric Zula (4:52)
  3. Dysmorphia (6:34)
  4. Feral Chime (6:13)
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Cat: HYPE 068. Rel: 31 Jan 18
Techno
  1. Big Room (6:08)
  2. Medium Size Room (4:20)
  3. Small Room (Fake Smiling Faces) (6:01)
Played by: 25 Places
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Cat: HYPE 058. Rel: 08 Feb 17
Electro
  1. Steady Choosin' (5:48)
  2. Countin' Up With Starr (5:10)
  3. Runner Joe's Revenge (4:40)
  4. Pool Shark Loot (5:36)
Review: Gary Gritness' real name is Tim Becherand. He is a session musician who has been around for some time and has worked alongside some of the greats such as the legendary Kenny Bobien and top producers in house music like Grant Nelson, Terry Hunter, Louie Vega and many more. The Sugar Cane Chronicles Vol. 1 on London's Hypercolour was one of 2016's highlights where he explored some Underground Resistance inspired hi-tech soul jams alongside some electro-funk reminiscent of Japanese Telecom. Here for the second instalment of the series, he delivers the goods once again. Take for instance "Countin' Up With Starr" which features some razor sharp analogue arpeggios and celestial synths, dancing atop rusty vintage drum computer patterns. So convincingly that you'd think they were lost tapes from 1991. On the flip, another gem came in the form of "Pool Shark Loot" which unlike the other tracks is a lo-slung boogie jam and shows of Gary's dexterity on the keys and he tears it up on a series of slick synth solos.
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Gary G's Custom Shop Part 1 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: WHIPS 001. Rel: 21 Mar 18
Electro
  1. The Sound Of Music (4:54)
  2. Sexual Eruption (3:33)
  3. Love Has Come Around (6:53)
  4. Sing Sing (6:01)
Review: If you're in the mood for some bespoke cover versions of early '80s club standards, Gary Gritness is your man. On the first volume of his Gary G's Custom Shop series - so-called because it's full of customized takes on some of his favourite tracks - you'll find some belting re-imaginings. Check, for example, the radical electrofunk take on Gaz disco-funk classic "Sing Sing" (honestly, it's brilliant) and the pleasingly lo-fi (but still thrillingly loved-up) revision of Dayton's jazz-funk-era classic "The Sound of Music" (and, yes, Gritness has lovingly re-sung all of the ace talk-box parts). His version of Donald Byrd's Paradise Garage favourite "Love Has Come Around" is also superb; while more heavily electronic and mechanical in tone than the original version, it's every bit as glassy-eyed.
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Played by: Samuele Pagliai
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Cat: HYPE 057. Rel: 30 Nov 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Pollen 4 Life (main mix) (11:50)
  2. Pollen 4 Life (dub mix) (9:00)
Review: What a collaboration this is! Two of the modern masters of hypnotic techno (and dynamic live acts alike) team up for some elaborate, melodic and and truly entrancing auditory journeys for Hypercolour. Mathew Jonson should need no introduction: the Canadian producer bursting onto the scene in the mid noughties with releases on itiswhatitis and his own Wagon Repair imprint. Sebastian Mullaert also has a long history in electronic music; at one time part of duo Minilogue in addition to recording for Kontra Musik and m_nus more recently and running his great WaWuWe label. Strap yourself in for an epic journey across all its 12 minutes of glory on St "Pollen 4 Life (main mix)" where a medley of dreamy and gliding arpeggios dance away over subtle and minimal elements; a trademark of both respective producers. The dub version on the flip is much tougher and darker; aimed squarely at the dancefloor to get into some of those more tunnelling, vortex like moments.
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Cat: HYPE 004CD. Rel: 01 Jun 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Discogram
  2. It's The Disco
  3. Techno Disco
  4. London Grooves
  5. Funky Train
  6. Treacle Tits
  7. Brush The Bush
  8. Showbix
  9. Disclone
  10. Discotron
  11. Discuntek
  12. Sexspurt
  13. Live Disco
  14. Come On Kerrier
Review: After releasing Luke Vibert's acid-heavy Ridmik set, Hypercolour boss Jamie Russell asked the Cornishman if he had any disco-flavoured Kerrier District material knocking about. He answered in the affirmative, and 4, Vibert's first full-length under the alias for a decade, was born. Although the project was initially inspired by Black Devil Disco Club's warped electronic disco (and, presumably, the smoother grooves of Metro Area), a decade on Vibert's approach is noticeably different. While the fluid synths, undulating disco basslines and cheery grooves remain in place, the intoxicating depth of the original has been replaced by a cheekiness more readily associated with Vibert's Wagon Christ pseudonym. It is, then, a different beast than previous Kerrier District outings, but no less entertaining.
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Cat: HYPELP 006. Rel: 09 May 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Let’s Dance & Freak (4:52)
  2. Silhouettes (6:45)
  3. Illogan (7:16)
  4. Disclix (5:22)
  5. Disco Bus (6:50)
  6. New York (7:13)
  7. Yesco (6:30)
  8. Negresco (5:38)
  9. Wide Vice (6:43)
  10. Squaredance (4:47)
Review: Luke Vibert has made many great records over the years, but few are quite as well crafted as his 2004 debut album under the now familiar Kerrier District alias. Inspired by a mixture of Metro Area, Black Devil Disco Club, cheap synthesizers, early New Jersey garage, Italian house and, of course, classic disco, it remains a touchstone in the development of nu-disco. This timely reissue features freshly re-mastered versions of all ten tracks from the original album, plus the six tracks which made up 2006's Kerrier District 2 12". These include the loved-up, late '80s loveliness of "Ce Porte", the 808 cowbell and vocoder laden "Disco Nasty", and a typically eccentric Ceephax remix of "Sho U Rite".
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Island Time (2xLP)
Cat: HYPELP 011. Rel: 03 May 18
Deep House
  1. Echo Walk (2:58)
  2. Boppin Lower (9:01)
  3. Gold Tooth (5:17)
  4. There We Were (8:45)
  5. Square Down Smoother (9:14)
  6. Mean Time (6:07)
  7. Lava In You (9:35)
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Cat: HYPE 047. Rel: 25 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Gun Fingers (6:26)
  2. Calling All Dancers (7:09)
  3. Gurn Fingers (DJ Sotofett Massive mix) (5:44)
  4. Gurn Fingers (Sotofett Gurn Redouble riddim) (3:57)
Review: Luca Lozano has had a busy year with 12"s coming via Creme, Super Rhythm Trax, and his own Klasse Wrecks, with the latter Hands Of Doom Part 2 featuring Sex Tags man Fett Burger. A debut on Hypercolour for Lozano features input from Fett Burger's partner in crime Sotofett who lends his distinct approach to a pair of B side remixes. But first, Lozano's original material with both the title track, "Gun Fingers," and "Calling All Dancers" fine examples of the Berlin producer's penchant for throwback cuts that still sound fresh and contemporary. Flip over and "Gun Fingers" becomes "Gurn Fingers" as Sotofett turns in two versions with the closing Gurn Redouble riddim closest to his Sex Tags magic.
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No Coast (12")
Cat: HYPE 069. Rel: 28 Feb 18
Techno
  1. No Coast (7:38)
  2. Stan's Loon (5:34)
  3. Kima Jima (6:10)
  4. Topaz's Way (6:36)
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VARIOUS
Cat: HYPELP 7. Rel: 11 Nov 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. FaltyDL - "Fantaxia" (4:58)
  2. Steve Edwards - "Beautiful People" (James Welsh Sheff 97 remix) (4:29)
  3. Matt Karmil - "Juicy Fruits" (5:36)
  4. Roman Flugel - "Family Vacation" (6:58)
  5. Yaleesa Hall x Malin - "Buchan Trap" (6:11)
  6. Luke Vibert - "Confusion" (3:42)
  7. DMX Krew - "Wood Beads" (4:33)
  8. Neil Landstrumm - "It's Hot Outside" (4:50)
  9. A Sagittariun - "Djax" (4:53)
  10. Tom Demac - "Hanging Flowers Of Albion" (8:05)
  11. Mark Henning - "Ready For You" (5:36)
  12. Matthew Herbert - "Downgrade" (5:37)
  13. Gary Gritness - "Cherenkov Blue" (5:09)
  14. The Analogue Cops - "Discoblaze" (4:36)
  15. Sebastian Mullaert - "Shadowed By I" (9:05)
  16. Dense & Pika - "2 Steps Back" (6:30)
Played by: Leri Ahel
 in stock $30.32
Cat: HYPE 040. Rel: 11 Nov 14
Deep House
  1. Halloween
  2. Jack U Whole
  3. Jack U Whole (Space Dimension Controller 1988 Vibe mix)
Review: If you give Luke Vibert instructions to make an acid banger, chances are he'll come up with the goods. So it proves on Halloween, his second single for Cedric Maison's Hypercolour imprint. The title track is particularly intense, with in-your-face drums and ragged, abusive acid lines brushing shoulders with ghostly melodies, horror chords and dystopian vocal samples. The Cornishman provides a slight breather in the shape of "Jack U Whole", whose bubbling acid lines and murky vocal samples ride an 808 electro-influenced groove. Space Dimension Controller remixes the latter track, dropping a 1988 style acid jacker that sounds like a long lost Trax Records release.
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Cat: HYPELP 008. Rel: 05 May 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Future (4:08)
  2. U Can't Touch Dat (4:51)
  3. Back With Me (4:47)
  4. Heard It All B4 (6:31)
  5. Everybody (4:41)
  6. Feel The Melody (5:21)
  7. Stop Gap (6:13)
  8. Clap Sing (4:54)
  9. Feel The Riddim (4:15)
  10. Pump (4:58)
Played by: DJ Guy
 in stock $19.30
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