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Shaneera (12")
Cat: HDB 110. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Shaneera (feat Bobo Secret & Lama3an) (3:39)
  2. Is2aleeha (feat Bobo Secret & Chaltham) (4:26)
  3. Alkahaf (feat Bobo Secret & Lama3an) (4:29)
  4. Spiral (feat Bobo Secret) (3:24)
  5. Galby (feat Naygow) (5:01)
 in stock $8.30
Brute (LP)
Cat: HDBLP 031. Rel: 14 Mar 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Endzone (1:51)
  2. Blood Moon (3:29)
  3. Breach (2:45)
  4. Curfew (2:43)
  5. Battery (2:57)
  6. 10-34 (2:38)
  7. Oubliette (3:31)
  8. Blows (3:20)
  9. Aftermath (3:54)
  10. Fragmentation (4:05)
  11. Power (4:46)
Review: It has been almost two years since the Fatima Al Qadiri's debut LP dropped on Hyperdub, and we're as excited now for her follow-up as when we'd heard the first one. This is because Qadiri provides us with everything to satisfy our need states; through an awry and granular sound, the artist is able to transmit a whole spectrum of moods and feelings. This makes Brute an album for anyone, and it can be enjoyed both by the party-goers and the moody corner-dwellers. The intro is a detached sort of skit that distances itself form any sort of shape, but so we're dropped in a post-futuristic world of pseudo grime, broken, detuned techno and tropical electronica. To be honest, there would be no other place for it than the mighty Hyperdub. Big release.
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 in stock $12.73
Cat: HDBLP 032. Rel: 11 Apr 16
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Stealth (intro) (4:46)
  2. Greezebloc (1:32)
  3. Meditation (feat Arca) (0:12)
  4. Escrow (5:26)
  5. Shook (0:29)
  6. Motivation (4:10)
  7. PROLIFIC DEAMONS (3:08)
  8. Platinum Cookies (1:14)
  9. Esco Freestyle (1:54)
  10. Stealth (2:12)
  11. God Hour (feat Micachu) (2:34)
  12. NAZ (2:31)
  13. Juice (1:07)
  14. HELLS ANGLES (1:10)
  15. Killuminatti (2:41)
  16. Escrow 2 (0:29)
  17. Deep (feat Arca) (0:36)
  18. Escrow 3 (0:45)
  19. The Realness (1:38)
  20. Flames (3:37)
  21. Snm (feat Arca) (0:12)
  22. Stealth (intro) (2:05)
  23. Message (4:49)
 in stock $15.77
Cat: HDBLP 012. Rel: 16 Apr 12
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
  4. Track 4
  5. Track 5
  6. Track 6
  7. Track 7
  8. Track 8
  9. Track 9
  10. Track 10
  11. Track 11
  12. Track 12
  13. Track 13
  14. Track 14
  15. Track 15
Review: Previously known for their pioneering and, at times, outstanding work as Hype Williams, Dean Blunt and Inga Copeland change tack with a suitably eclectic and unusual full-length for Hyperdub. Black Is Beautiful is an odd but endearing collection that leaps between sounds, styles and genres almost at will. Opening with a blast of fuzzy jazz-rock, its 15 tracks variously touches on skewed dream-pop, E'd-up downtempo curiosities, wrongspeed electronica, calming ambience, woozy demo-pop, skittering, smacked-out rave rhythyms, droning madness and impossible-to-define strangeness. It could just be the album of the year.
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 in stock $13.27
Cat: HDB 069. Rel: 17 Dec 12
Deep Dubstep
  1. Truant
  2. Rough Sleeper
Review: *Burial Repress* The double header of Truant/Rough Sleeper is the second EP from Burial in 2012, and arrives with as little fanfare as the superb Kindred EP did early this year. Unlike that more dancefloor focused record however, this EP harks back to the producer's earlier sound. Of course, being two longform compositions clocking in at 12 and 14 minutes respectively, they're hardly conventional works; each utilises the same liberal use of spectral atmospheres, emotive vocal samples, hollow 2-step beats and nods to jungle as we've come to expect from the producer, but with complex structures that come across more like two sides of an old mixtape recorded from a pair of decrepit turntables. Of course being a mixtape from Burial, this is special stuff indeed - consider it an early Christmas present to yourself.



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 in stock $9.13
Burial (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: HDBLP 001. Rel: 07 May 07
Deep Dubstep
  1. Wounder
  2. U Hurt Me
  3. Spaceape
  4. Prayer
  5. Distant Lights
  6. Southern Comfort
  7. Gutted
  8. Broken Home
  9. Pirates
  10. Forgive
  11. Night Bus
 in stock $15.22
Untrue (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: HDBLP 002. Rel: 05 Nov 07
Deep Dubstep
  1. Track 1 (0:43)
  2. Archangel (3:58)
  3. Near Dark (3:54)
  4. Ghost Hardware (4:49)
  5. Endorphin (2:57)
  6. Etched Headplate (6:00)
  7. In McDonalds (2:07)
  8. Untrue (6:16)
  9. Shell Of Light (4:41)
  10. Dog Shelter (3:00)
  11. Homeless (5:18)
  12. UK (1:41)
  13. Raver (4:58)
Review: Seven years have passed since Burial first stopped us dead in our tracks with this universally acclaimed second album.. Sounding so different, so removed and far away from anything else, it changed the game entirely - and created a whole school of imitators in its wake. Now repressed by Hyperdub, this is a rare opportunity to grab it on fresh wax. Even if you have this on other formats in your collection, the dusty weight and chasmic crackles sound so much better on vinyl.
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Untrue (CD)
Cat: HDBCD 002. Rel: 05 Nov 07
Deep Dubstep
  1. Track 1
  2. Archangel
  3. Near Dark
  4. Ghost Hardware
  5. Endorphin
  6. Etched Headplate
  7. In Mcdonalds
  8. Untrue
  9. Shell Of Light
  10. Dog Shelter
  11. Homeless
  12. UK
  13. Raver
Review: Of all the artists past and present who claim to let their music do their talking for them, Burial is one of the elite band of whom this truly is the case. In fact, so reluctant is he to engage with the cult-of-personality hoopla that surrounds almost every modern producer and musician of merit, that he remains a genuine recluse; he has never appeared live, only one obliquely-angled publicity photograph is known to exist, and the number of interviews he has given can be counted on the fingers of one hand. Yet despite this, his music speaks loud and wide, and the world has been listening ever since his 'South London Boroughs' EP debut on Hyperdub in March 2005. His eponymous album, which began life as a low-key release in May 2006, is now widely regarded as the benchmark release of the ever-widening dubstep genre, picking up unanimous critical acclaim along the way, and ending the year heavily featured in many 'best of' polls. Now Burial returns with 'Untrue', a new record of weird soul music, which lovingly processes spectral female voices into vaporised R&B and smudged 2step garage. Vocal lines are blurred, smeared, pitched up pitched down and pitch bent until their content is cast adrift from their original context and they whisper their saccharin sweet nothings into the void. The album continues with the debut's crackle-drenched yearning and bustling syncopations, haunted by the ghosts of rave, but also reveals some new Burial treats with a more glowing, upbeat energy. Kicking off with the skittering 2step syncopations and vocal science of 'Archangel', 'Near Dark' and 'Ghost Hardware', before long it descends into a space of radiant divas and ambience. Where 'Burial' first was humid, suffocating and unrelentingly sad, 'Untrue' is less sunless. Many of the tracks are so sweet, they become toxic, underscored by the almost geological rumbles of growling basslines. Unlike the overpoweringly melancholic prevailing mood of before, Burial's sound is now better defined as a downcast euphoria typified by the epic, muted optimism of the album's last track 'Raver'. Forget central heating the radioactivity of this album is all that you'll need to keep you warm this winter. 'Untrue' is available as full 13 track digipack CD, including recent underground hit 'Ghost Hardware', and 9 track DJ friendly double vinyl set, from which some of the beatless pieces have been edited.
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Burial (CD)
Cat: HDBCD 001. Rel: 05 Jun 06
Deep Dubstep
  1. Track 1
  2. Distant Lights
  3. Spaceape (feat Spaceape)
  4. Wounder
  5. Night Bus
  6. Southern Comfort
  7. U Hurt Me
  8. Gutted
  9. Forgive
  10. Broken Home
  11. Prayer
  12. Pirates
  13. Track 13
Review: This first album on Kode9's deeply-respected Hyperdub label comes from the mysterious Burial, who carves out a sound which sends the dormant slinky syncopations of UK garage, via radio interference, into a padded cell of cushioned, muffled bass, passing through clouds of Pole's dense crackle dub en route. 'Burial' - the album - explores a tangential, parallel dimension of the growing dubstep ouevre, using sounds set in a near-future South London submerged underwater. You can never tell if the crackle is the burning static off pirate radio transmissions, or the tropical downpour of the city outside, taking its loud-quiet aesthetic neither from the latest digital glitch software nor a mere nostalgia for vinyl's intrinsic physicality. In their sometimes suffocating melancholy, most of these tracks seem to yearn for drowned lovers, as haunted echoed voices breeze in and out, on roads to and from other times. The smouldering desire of 'Distant Lights' is cooled only by the percussive ice-sharp slicing of blades and jets of hot air blowing from the bass. Listen also for a fleeting appearance from Hyperdub's resident vocalist, the Spaceape, unravelling his cryptobiography. 'Burial' is a renegade signal from other frequencies, a tidal wave of seductive low-impact noise submerging all but the crispest syncopations, and is well on course to be universally welcomed as the standard-bearer for creative vision built upon the grime and dubstep blueprint.
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Played by: Gilles Peterson
 in stock $10.24
Young Death (limited heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: HDB 100. Rel: 05 Dec 16
Bass
  1. Young Death (5:52)
  2. Nightmarket (7:28)
Review: Burial's first multiple-track release since "Rival Dealer" three years ago: "Young Death" takes the lead with weave of deep, scratchy and evocative human textures while soulful vocal shards yearn and flutter over soft faraway beats. "Nightmarket" takes an even more introspective meander through the shadowy unknown with fractured arpeggios, distant whispers and thick graininess that envelops almost overwhelmingly. As forward, unusual and unique as ever, Burial remains in a league of his own. Limited.
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 in stock $8.84
Subtemple (10")
Cat: HDB 108. Rel: 29 May 17
Ambient/Drone
  1. Subtemple (7:18)
  2. Beachfires (9:51)
Review: Naturally, there's been plenty of hype surrounding this new Hyperdub 10", which features Burial indulging his often-discussed ambient influences. It's a typically creepy and ghostly affair, with the lack of beats - if not rhythmic elements - only serving to amplify the shadowy producer's impeccable sound design and brilliant use of manipulated field recordings. A-side "Subtemple" is particularly paranoid in tone, featuring as it does chilling melody loops, curious vocal samples, looped vinyl crackle and all manner of layered background noise. Flipside "Beachfires" is, if anything, even more dystopian, with Burial basing the action around the kind of pulsing chords that gust back and forth like an autumnal breeze.
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Decadubs 5 EP (double 12")
Cat: HDB 088. Rel: 08 Dec 14
Bass
  1. Burial - "Lambeth"
  2. Kode9 - "Oh"
  3. Cooly G - "Love Again"
  4. DVA - "Monophonic Nightmare"
  5. Martyn - "Mega Drive Generation" (Dorian Concept remix)
  6. Cooly G - "Him Da Biz"
  7. Funkystepz - "Vice Versa"
Review: Of all the Decadubs double packs issued as part of Hyperdub's exhaustive 10th Anniversary celebrations it's probably this fifth and final edition most label fans have been waiting for. Why's that? Because it offers you the chance to grip the hallowed Burial production "Lambeth" in your hands, one of a clutch of unreleased tracks from the reclusive producer that have been racking up plays on Youtube for some five years in one form or another. However there's plenty more to sink the teeth of your stylus needle into here, with the label's stated focus on a "celebration of house, garage and techno" resulting in some fine dancefloor moves from Kode9, DVA, Cooly G and a blinding Dorian Concept refix of Martyn.
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Played by: EJECA
 in stock $12.73
Landscapes (12")
Cat: HDB 056. Rel: 09 Jan 12
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Landscapes (feat Simbad)
  2. It's Serious (feat Karizma)
Review: The promise of Cooly G's releases for Hyperdub et al turns into maddening anticipation as the first taste of her forthcoming album sneaks out months ahead of the game! First up it's "Landscapes", co-produced with Simbad, and utterly devastating in its use of simple elements for maximum effect. A broken beat ticks steadily away under glossy, undulating streams of pads while Cooly herself enchants with her Neneh Cherry style vocal delivery. "It's Serious" on the flipside sees Cooly linking up with certified house legend Karizma for a more chunky, beat-driven offering that will slay floors in the same way that Altered Natives' "Rass Out" did some years back.
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 in stock $2.77
North (LP)
Cat: HDBLP 006. Rel: 18 Oct 10
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. In The Wings
  2. Gold
  3. Deadness
  4. Aidy's Grl Is A Computer
  5. Under One Roof
  6. Two Chords
  7. North
  8. Ostruez
  9. Dear Heartbeat
  10. When It's Gone
Review: Darkstar - North Hyperdub
LP £5.99 HDBLP006 18/10 UK 5055300319708
CD £7.29 HDBCD006 18/10 UK 5055300319715
Darkstar in 2010 are an upgraded model of the Darkstar which released the much loved single 'Aidy's Girl Is A Computer' at the end of 2009. That song, and previous singles 'Need You' and 'Squeeze My Lime' hinted at a nascent songwriting talent and mastery of oozing synth drones that has burst into life on their debut album, 'North'. The band have adjusted their focus, adding lead singer James Buttery to the production and writing team of James Young and Aiden Whalley, and the result as heard on 'North' is a brave, low-key pop masterpiece, which discards the cheap thrills and treadmill ideas that many deploy to access success. Instead, 'North' will creep up on you with each listen, seducing with its' achingly gorgeous, synthesized songwriting. From the intro track 'In The Wings', right through to the closing song, a lush new version of 'Squeeze My Lime' now called 'When It's Gone', the album blends their crunchy, citric synths, baroque strings, piano and tender guitar with vocal harmonies, gently laced with glitches and noise. Here, Darkstar have subtly found the beauty in distortion. The first single from the album, the catchy 'Gold', is a cover of a little known Human League song 'You Remind Me Of Gold', inspired by hearing the original slowed to 33rpm. Insectoid drum machine rhythms carry the song along accompanied by a chilly piano. 'Deadness', 'Dear Heartbeat', 'Two Chords' and 'North' impress with their icy radiance, the rich, wafting strings, dreamy guitar and keys bury the otherwise snowy-white sonics, the crunch of the drums and the translucent vocals sounding as if they're sung by a hologram. Some tracks, like 'Ostkreuz' and aspects of 'Under One Roof' conjure up a soundtrack to Twin Peaks if it was set in the North of England. Mini-anthem of 2009, 'Aidy's Girl Is A Computer' also earns a slot among the new material. With their first long player, Darkstar have produced an album many bands with far more experience and many more releases and under their belt can only dream of. Downbeat, breezy, sometimes melancholy, sometimes just plain sad, at others optimistic and affirming, and always gracefully elegant, 'North' will surprise many, a classic record for short days and long nights.
TRACKLIST : 01 In The Wings 02 Gold 03 Deadness 04 Aidy's Girl Is A Computer 05 Under One Roof 06 Two Chords 07 North 08 Ostkreuz 09 Dear Heartbeat 10 When It's Gone
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Cat: HDB 104. Rel: 05 Dec 16
Footwork/Juke
  1. Burnin Ya Boa (feat DJ Manny) (3:30)
  2. Go 2 Sleep (feat DJ Earl) (3:18)
  3. I Need I Want (feat DJ Manny & DJ Spinn) (3:06)
  4. Move Out (2:29)
 in stock $6.92
Cat: HDBCD 039. Rel: 05 Mar 18
Footwork/Juke
  1. 2094
  2. Trippin'
  3. Need It (feat DJ Manny)
  4. Smokeout (Freat DJ Lucky)
  5. Same Sound (feat Odile Myrtil)
  6. 9090
  7. Anotha4 (feat DJ Manny)
  8. Bonefire (feat DJ Paypal)
  9. The Matrixx (feat DJ Manny)
  10. Get It Junkin' (feat Chuck Inglish)
  11. Pop Drop (feat DJ Paypal)
  12. Gimme Some Mo (feat Uniqu3)
  13. Truu (feat DJ Paypal)
  14. Closer
  15. I'm Trippin'
  16. I Dont Know (feat Fabi Reyna)
 in stock $11.90
Cat: HDB 114. Rel: 06 Nov 17
Footwork/Juke
  1. It's House Hybrid (4:01)
  2. A Hammond Jam (3:48)
  3. Get Dat Ass Up! (3:08)
  4. Tha Rhodez Jam! (4:04)
Played by: DOLGOTRON
 in stock $8.30
Fly Juice (double 12")
Cat: HDB 066. Rel: 26 Nov 12
Bass
  1. Fly Juice
  2. Do It
  3. Walk It Out
  4. Long Street
 in stock $13.00
Cat: HDB 095. Rel: 21 Dec 15
Electro
  1. Sonic Six (5:41)
  2. Faith (11:28)
  3. Past (4:11)
Review: After first emerging with his cosmic electro project back in 2009, King Britt is back on Hyperdub after last year's The Phoenix album with a short but sweet collection of blissed out beat-scuffing business. "Sonic Six" is a true heavens-scraper with its dense layers of broken beats and wistful key lines, loaded with emotive intent and crushing bass. "Faith" meanwhile takes the scenic route through twinkling arpeggios and swooping pads over a blissful 12 minutes, before "Past" meanders into some strange soundtrack-ready excursions of the highest calibre. It's another stark and surprising artistic statement from one of Britt's most adventurous aliases, and it sits just right on Hyperdub.
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Played by: M50, Plant43
 in stock $7.19
The Phoenix (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: HDBLP 022. Rel: 07 Jul 14
Ambient/Drone
  1. Portal 1
  2. Race To The Moon
  3. Letters Of The Past (feat Pia Ercole)
  4. Chasing Rainbows
  5. Perception
  6. Never Defeated (feat Rachel Claudio)
  7. Tension Remains (feat Pia Ercole)
  8. It’s All About (feat Pia Ercole)
  9. More (feat Marlo Reynolds)
  10. The Phoenix
  11. Portal 3
  12. Never Forget
  13. Portal 4
  14. Light On Edge (feat Natasha Kmeto)
Review: There's always been something rather special about King Britt's ability to effortlessly switch musical focus between projects and aliases. Contrast, for example, the retro-soul giddiness of Sylk 130, the electronic polyrhythms and heavy bruk of Oba Funke, and the trippy electronic darkness of his work under the baffling Fhloston Paradigm pseudonym. This debut album under that alias - on the back of a handful of singles a few years back - is predictably magical, mixing spaced-out textures and stargazing synths with off-kilter rhythms, loose jazz beats and Detroit-inspired grooves. Dark and atmospheric, with a touch of the Jeff Mills about it (certainly conceptually, if not aesthetically), The Phoenix makes for mesmerizing listening from start to finish.
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 in stock $14.66
Cat: HDB 097. Rel: 14 Mar 16
Techno
  1. Nimoy (9:16)
  2. Return (6:04)
  3. The Hour (8:56)
Review: Fhloston Paradigm might seem like a shadowy name from some bedroom producer somewhere in London, but in case you didn't know, it's actually King Britt's alias (almost) strictly for Hyperdub. The UK producer has produced some of the best house and broken beat of the early 2000s, and he still remains a cult hero, a dangerously underrated artist from the commercial world. This newer sound contains aspects of his old work, but we can hear experimenting a lot more with the sonics and arrangements, so much so that "Nimoy" is a veritable genreless track, spitting out sick beats and waves of bass from all angles without any care in the world. "Return" is a sublime synth excursion without even a shadow of a kick drum, and "The Hour" follows suit with a mystical sea of warm harmonics and structured pad patterns. Recommended.
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 in stock $7.19
Cat: HDBCD 037. Rel: 23 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Inta Centre
  2. Istian
  3. East Sedducke
  4. 23 Bay Flips
  5. Swerva
  6. Quadripoints
  7. You Hedonic
  8. UE8
  9. Locked In
  10. Ignition Lockoff
  11. A Tergo Real
  12. Ghost
  13. Deja Mode
Review: After three years away from the limelight, Lee Gamble has resurfaced not on original home PAN - where his skewed, intense, texture-laden club tracks and experimental soundscapes made him a darling of the left-of-centre techno set - but on Hyperdub. The move is reflective of the producer's shift in emphasis. You see, Mnestic Pressure is a notably different beast to its' predecessors. For starters, Gamble has chosen to focus more on non-linear rhythms, impressively breaking up the beats whilst retaining his trademark aural textures, crackling effects and densely layered signal noise. At the same time, his alternately restless and becalmed experiments come accompanied by more melodic flourishes, making the album an unusual but hugely enjoyable listening experience.
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Cat: HDBLP 037. Rel: 30 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Inta Centre (2:11)
  2. Istian (2:16)
  3. East Sedducke (3:06)
  4. 23 Bay Flips (2:49)
  5. Swerva (5:13)
  6. Quadripoints (4:05)
  7. You Hedonic (3:39)
  8. UE8 (3:31)
  9. Locked In (1:13)
  10. Ignition Lockoff (4:00)
  11. A Tergo Real (3:58)
  12. Ghost (4:20)
  13. Deja Mode (3:38)
Review: After three years away from the limelight, Lee Gamble has resurfaced not on original home PAN - where his skewed, intense, texture-laden club tracks and experimental soundscapes made him a darling of the left-of-centre techno set - but on Hyperdub. The move is reflective of the producer's shift in emphasis. You see, Mnestic Pressure is a notably different beast to its' predecessors. For starters, Gamble has chosen to focus more on non-linear rhythms, impressively breaking up the beats whilst retaining his trademark aural textures, crackling effects and densely layered signal noise. At the same time, his alternately restless and becalmed experiments come accompanied by more melodic flourishes, making the album an unusual but hugely enjoyable listening experience.
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 in stock $14.11
Cat: HDB 084. Rel: 26 May 14
Bass
  1. Girl U So Strong
  2. Take Me Away
Review: It's been a little while since Kyle Hall dropped his album The Boat Party, but now the Detroit powerhouse is back on Hyperdub to indulge the freakier end of his studio output inline with his previous Kaychunk 12" for Kode 9's outpost. "Girl U So Strong" is a stirring beast of a track, starting in scattered fragments of bass patterns, vocal snippets and woodblock hits, gradually forming into a starlit stepper of the highest calibre. "Take Me Away" comes on like a Detroit take on the Purple phenomenon, all sticky synth lines and Mega Drive melodies but roughed up with ample grittiness.
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Cat: HDBLP 021. Rel: 04 Nov 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Dr Echt
  2. Oneiroi
  3. Serendip
  4. Chance Of Rain
  5. Melt
  6. Still/Dromos
  7. Thrax
  8. Ainnome
  9. Out
Review: To say that Lauren Halo's peculiar brand of organic-electronic fusion is "acclaimed" would be an understatement. Her 2012 debut LP, Quarantine, was named as The Wire's album of the year. Here, the Ann Arbor raised producer continues to dazzle with another off-kilter selection of curious compositions. Veering from tipsy, near ambient soundscapes (see the unruly "Serendip" and psychedelic "Melt") to clattering percussion jams ("Oneiroi"), via deep techno ("Chance of Rain") and blissful musical simplicity (the piano lament of "Out" and beatless tropical jazz of "Dr Echt"), Chance of Rain is every bit as enthralling, unusual and inspiring as its predecessor. That's high praise indeed.
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Dust (gatefold LP)
Cat: HDBLP 036. Rel: 26 Jun 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Sun To Solar (5:35)
  2. Jelly (4:55)
  3. Koinos (2:50)
  4. Arschkriecher (1:35)
  5. Moontalk (4:26)
  6. Nicht Ohne Risiko (1:43)
  7. Who Won? (3:45)
  8. Like An L (3:57)
  9. Syzygy (6:31)
  10. Do U Ever Happen (5:11)
  11. Buh-bye (3:18)
Review: Given her stratospheric rise in recent years, it's something of a surprise to find Dust is Laurel Halo's first album since 2013. It's the Michigan native's third full-length excursion and was apparently recorded over a two-year period at the EMPAC performing arts centre in upstate New York. Interestingly, it's even more difficult to pigeonhole than her previous sets, with Halo and collaborators - including Lafawandah, Michael Salu, Maxmillion Dunbar and experimental percussionist Eli Keszler - gleefully fusing elements of wonky electronica, skewed R&B, drowsy synth-pop, neo-classical, humid Balearica, creepy jazz and off-kilter ambience. In other words, it's a hugely vibrant and entertaining set that's more than worthy of your hard-earned cash.
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Played by: Jock Club
 in stock $14.37
Dust (CD)
Cat: HDBCD 036. Rel: 26 Jun 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Sun To Solar
  2. Jelly
  3. Koinos
  4. Arschkriecher
  5. Moontalk
  6. Nicht Ohne Risiko
  7. Who Won?
  8. Syzygy
  9. Like An L
  10. Do U Ever Happen
  11. Buh-Bye
Review: Given her stratospheric rise in recent years, it's something of a surprise to find Dust is Laurel Halo's first album since 2013. It's the Michigan native's third full-length excursion and was apparently recorded over a two-year period at the EMPAC performing arts centre in upstate New York. Interestingly, it's even more difficult to pigeonhole than her previous sets, with Halo and collaborators - including Lafawandah, Michael Salu, Maxmillion Dunbar and experimental percussionist Eli Keszler - gleefully fusing elements of wonky electronica, skewed R&B, drowsy synth-pop, neo-classical, humid Balearica, creepy jazz and off-kilter ambience. In other words, it's a hugely vibrant and entertaining set that's more than worthy of your hard-earned cash.
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 in stock $10.28
Cat: HDBLP 034. Rel: 07 Nov 16
Bass
  1. Shutdowncentral (1:46)
  2. Suzhou (2:24)
  3. Memoriesofofflineactivity (2:43)
  4. AD1_V1 (1:05)
  5. B It (4:07)
  6. Almostu (feat Rae Rae & Roses Gabor) (3:14)
  7. Dafuq (3:20)
  8. Notu_Uronlineu (feat Danalogue) (9:25)
  9. Shutdowncentral 2.1 (5:42)
  10. FD14 (1:47)
  11. Dreamflix (1:01)
  12. Shutdowncentral 3.0 (1:22)
  13. Wtsthewifipassword? (bonus track) (1:48)
 in stock $13.56
Distractions (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: HDBLP 035. Rel: 05 Jun 17
Bass
  1. Girlfriend (3:18)
  2. Noblest (feat Andrea Galaxy) (2:56)
  3. Manual Decapitation (2:56)
  4. Lear (3:53)
  5. BGM (1:23)
  6. 435 (3:26)
  7. Do I Watch It Like A Cricket Match? (2:31)
  8. Sacrifice (feat Jammz) (2:57)
  9. Love Games (3:47)
  10. Lossy (3:09)
  11. Not Actual Gameplay (3:13)
  12. Not (3:41)
  13. Hazefield (feat Sweyn J & Jessy Lanza) (2:52)
 in stock $15.77
Cat: HDBCD 035. Rel: 05 Jun 17
Bass
  1. Girlfriend
  2. Noblest (feat Andrea Galaxy)
  3. Manual Decapitation
  4. Lear
  5. BGM
  6. 435
  7. Do I Watch It Like A Cricket Match?
  8. Sacrifice (feat Jammz)
  9. Love Games
  10. Lossy
  11. Not Actual Gameplay
  12. Not
  13. Hazefield (feat Sweyn J & Jessy Lanza)
Review: It's been a while since Ikonika dropped a full-length excursion. In fact, Distractions is her first album since 2013. It largely sticks to the bass-heavy fusion script she's been perfecting since making her debut on Hyperdub back in 2008. That means attractive and weighty R&B and hip-hop beats, aural ticks lifted from techno, the surging low-end movements that mark out British-made dance music, and occasional blasts of boogue-flavoured synth riffs. Pleasingly, the guest list of vocalists and collaborators includes MC Jammz, Andrea Galaxy, Jessy Lanza and Night Slugs' Sweyn Jupiter, all of who make fine contributions to enhance Ikonika's "futurist and industrial" approach.
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 in stock $11.90
Without You (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: HDBLP 009. Rel: 11 Jun 12
Deep Dubstep
  1. Goodbye Girl (Kuedo rework)
  2. Without You (D-Bridge revoice)
  3. Lost (Flying Lotus rework)
  4. Miles & Miles (T++ rework)
  5. Earth A Kill Ya (Gang Gang Dance rework)
  6. Tears (Kiki Hitomi revoice)
  7. Spin Me Around (Cooly G revoice)
  8. Goodbye Girl (Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe rework)
  9. Say Somethin' (Joel Ford revoice)
  10. Lost (Nite Jewel rework)
  11. Sumtime (Hype Williams rework)
  12. Meltdown (Kode9 & The Spaceape rework)
  13. Come & Behold (Green Gartside revoice)
  14. Goodbye Girl (Intrustion rework)
  15. Goodbye Girl (Deep Chord presents Echospace rework)
  16. Goodbye Girl (King Midas Sound dub)
  17. Cool Out (Ras G & The Afrikan Space Program rework)
Review: Now spread across a double-pack for full appreciation of the spread of ideas that come popping out of this collection, KMS's remix album was long overdue a vinyl release. Whether it be the intense heartbreak of dBridge's take on "Without You", or the beat science of T++ ripping down "Miles And Miles", there's something here for everyone who likes leftfield electronics. Cooly G especially shines with her re-voicing of "Spin Me Around", not least when the rockabilly dread of the guitar comes in towards the end. What shines through is the tension of the original album, looming oppressively over the new versions in magnificent fashion.
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 in stock $11.05
Waiting For You (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: HDB 003LP. Rel: 14 Jun 10
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Cool Out
  2. Waiting For You
  3. One Ting
  4. Earth A Killya
  5. Darlin'
  6. Meltdown
  7. I Man
  8. Goodbye Girl
  9. Lost
  10. Sumtime
  11. Outta Space
  12. Miles & Miles
Played by: N-Type
 in stock $14.66
Tommy (12")
Cat: HDB 112. Rel: 02 Oct 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Prologue (feat Alt, Jacob Samuel, ThisisDA, Eric Sings, Pure Water) (3:21)
  2. Act One (with Embaci & Jacob Samuel) (1:54)
  3. Cry Theme (3:58)
  4. Tommy (4:38)
  5. Runs Reprise (0:54)
  6. Everlong (2:59)
  7. B2K (3:28)
  8. Farewell Sorry (3:29)
 in stock $8.30
Nothing (limited gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: HYPLP 003. Rel: 25 Jan 16
Bass
  1. Zero Point Energy (1:19)
  2. Notel (2:57)
  3. Void (2:59)
  4. Holo (3:30)
  5. Third Ear Transmission (feat The Spaceape) (1:21)
  6. Zero Work (3:43)
  7. Vacuum Packed (4:53)
  8. Wu Wei (3:31)
  9. Casimir Effect (3:12)
  10. Respirator (4:30)
  11. Mirage (3:09)
  12. 9 Drones (3:13)
  13. Nothing Lasts Forever (2:54)
Review: ** Belated vinyl edtition ** Kode 9 makes a much awaited return to his own Hyperdub stable with a new album, and that is exactly what we were wanting to hear from the one of the founding fathers of contemporary UK bass music. His explorative style is perfectly suited to the album format, and "Zero Point Energy" is the perfect opener to a stunning sequence of events - large folds of bass deconstruct over sci-fi sonics and sink into the pensive melodic flux of tunes like "Notel", and "Void". There is also plenty of beat-laden material here, so don't worry, and "Holo" even ventures into a bit of jump-up juke, but there's no point trying to dissect Kode 9's music; the album is all made up of hybrid tunes, and it's exactly the sort of music that pushes boundaries further and genres to their very edges. Quality, of course.
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Oh No (LP)
Cat: HDBLP 030. Rel: 23 May 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. New Ogi (2:18)
  2. VV Violence (3:57)
  3. Never Enough (4:22)
  4. I Talk BB (3:59)
  5. Going Somewhere (4:30)
  6. It Means I Love You (4:35)
  7. Vivica (4:01)
  8. Oh No (4:39)
  9. Begins (4:02)
  10. Could Be U (3:38)
Review: Frequent Jeremy Greenspan and Morgan Geist collaborator Jessy Lanza was hailed as a future star on the release of her 2013 debut album, Pull My Hair Back. That album projected her as some kind of New York freestyle chanteuse dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century, backed by an all-electronic band fascinated with the potential of future R&B and left-of-centre synth-pop. This belated follow-up, which was once again produced in cahoots with Jeremy Greenspan, is even better. Colourful, vibrant and attractive, the ten songs are truthful to their '80s NYC inspirations, but smartly avoid the pitfalls of such blatant retro-futurism. In other words, it's a superb collection of future R&B and pop gems.
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Cat: HDB 111. Rel: 11 Sep 17
Bass
  1. Fade (3:09)
  2. Crystalline (3:47)
  3. Sei Nove (2:53)
  4. Runningman (2:46)
  5. Wetlife (0:43)
  6. Rabbia (6:01)
  7. Uno E Solo (3:04)
  8. Consolations (1:54)
 in stock $8.30
FORTHCOMING
Closer Apart
Closer Apart (2xLP)
Cat: HDBLP 041. Rel: 06 Jul 18
 
Bass
e-mail me when released
coming soon $15.48
FORTHCOMING
Closer Apart
Cat: HDBCD 041. Rel: 06 Jul 18
 
Bass
e-mail me when released
coming soon $13.56
Ignore EP (12")
Cat: HDB 067. Rel: 26 Nov 12
UK Garage
  1. Ignore (Yas I Did) (feat Tilz)
  2. Find It
 in stock $6.36
Insula (CD)
Cat: HDBCD 040. Rel: 11 Jun 18
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Restart
  2. Apple Juice
  3. Kontinuance
  4. 2L
  5. Achiltibuie
  6. Scotch Precog
  7. Pints
  8. Dopamine
  9. Punishment Exercise
  10. Dish Washing
  11. Vaudeville
  12. Future Headache
  13. Hoax Nos Trinit
  14. Evil Spirits
  15. A Like Ye
  16. Mourn Non Did
 in stock $11.90
Cat: HDB 106. Rel: 30 Jan 17
Footwork/Juke
  1. Resonate 3 (3:31)
  2. The Fairies' Homecoming (4:11)
  3. Yatagarasu (3:47)
  4. Digital Lotus Flower (4:11)
 in stock $8.30
VARIOUS
Next Life (unmixed CD)
Cat: HDBCD 029. Rel: 10 Nov 14
Footwork/Juke
  1. DJ Spinn & Taso - "Burn That Kush"
  2. DJ Earl & DJ Taye - "Do This Again"
  3. DJ Taye & DJ Manny - "The Matrixx"
  4. DJ Phil - "Godz House"
  5. DJ Tre - "DNB Spaceout"
  6. Traxman - "Sit Ya Self Down"
  7. Sirr Tmo - "Live In Chicago Subways"
  8. RP Boo - "That's It 4 Lil Ma"
  9. Gant Man - "Jungle Juke"
  10. DJ Manny - "Harvey Rachet"
  11. Boylan - "He Watching Us"
  12. DJ Paypal - "FM Blast"
  13. DJ Earl & DJ Taye - "Wurkinn Da Bass"
  14. Rashad - "OTS" (feat Spinn, Taso & Mann)
  15. Heavee - "8 Bit Shit"
  16. Tripletrain - "Never Could Be" (part 2)
  17. Durban - "I'm So"
  18. Taso - "Drop That Thang"
  19. DJ Chap - "Glacier Bae"
  20. DJ Paypal, Feloneezy & Jackie Dagger - "U Should No"
Review: The unfortunate passing of DJ Rashad earlier this year is still being felt throughout the footwork community, but this compilation from Hyperdub and Teklife looks to celebrate his legacy. All the major players are present - including, of course, Rashad himself - while the unmixed collection does an excellent job of representing the far-sighted take on the style that's come to the fore over the last 12 months. Highlights are naturally plentiful, from the skittish breaks and sci-fi stabs of DJ Tre's "DNB Spaceout" and synth-laden beauty of Sirr Tmo's "Live In Chicago Subways", to the ghetto-tech bounce of Boylan's "He Watching Us" and Rashad's poignant dancefloor smasher "OTS" (a hook-up with Spinn, Taso & Mann). All proceeds from the Nextlife compilation go to Rashad's son too.
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VARIOUS
Next Life (Record Store Day 2015) (limited numbered trifold 3xLP)
Cat: HDBLP 029. Rel: 27 Apr 15
Footwork/Juke
  1. DJ Spinn & Taso - "Burn That Kush" (3:37)
  2. DJ Earl & DJ Taye - "Do This Again" (4:04)
  3. DJ Taye & DJ Manny - "The Matrixx" (3:13)
  4. DJ Phil - "Godz House" (4:00)
  5. DJ Tre - "DNB Spaceout" (3:13)
  6. J-Dub - "All I Feel" (4:26)
  7. Traxman - "Sit Ya Self Down" (3:59)
  8. Sirr Tmo - "Live In Chicago Subway" (4:46)
  9. RP Boo - "That's It 4 Lil Ma" (3:15)
  10. Gant-Man - "Jungle Juke" (3:41)
  11. DJ Manny - "Harvey Ratchet" (3:18)
  12. Boylan - "He Watching Us" (4:39)
  13. DJ Paypal - "F M Blast" (3:17)
  14. DJ Earl & DJ Taye - "Wurkinn Da Bass" (2:49)
  15. DJ Rashad - "OTS" (fea Spinn, Taso & Manny) (4:25)
  16. Heavee - "8 Bit Shit" (4:39)
  17. Tripletrain - "Never Could Be" (part 2) (3:19)
  18. Durban - "I'm So" (3:13)
  19. Taso - "Drop That Thang" (2:49)
  20. DJ Chap - "Glacier Bae" (4:26)
  21. DJ Paypal, Feloneezy & Jackie Dagger - "U Should No" (3:49)
Review: The Teklife crew get busy in every direction for this epic RSD collection of which all proceeds to do DJ Rashad's family. Solid steppy juke and footwork flavours through and through, highlights include the rifle modem chitter of "Do This Again", J-Dub's R&B flexing stop-start jam "All I Feel", Sirr Tmo's psychedelic slo-mo soliloquy "Live In Chicago Subway" and DJ Paypal's madcap mangled disco, tape-stop fondling "F M Blast". 21 tracks in total, each one primed for the dance, there's no better way to pay respect to DJ Rashad's legacy.
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VARIOUS
Cat: HDBCD 038. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Soundtracks
  1. Konami Kukeiha Club - "Opening"
  2. Konami Kukeiha Club - "Mazed Music"
  3. Norio Nakagata - "Big Mode"
  4. Michiharu Hasuya - "Hidden Level"
  5. Konami Kukeiha Club - "A Planet Of Plants"
  6. Manabu Saito - "Telepathy"
  7. Konami Kukeiha Club - "Equipment"
  8. Konami Kukeiha Club - "BGM 3"
  9. Toshiya Yamanaka - "Visual Scene 1&2"
  10. Goblin Sound - "Opening"
  11. Tadahiro Nitta - "An-Un (Ominous Clouds)"
  12. Yuzo Koshiro - "Temple"
  13. Konami Kukeiha Club - "Road To Agartha"
  14. Hiroyuki Kawada - "King Erekiman"
  15. Katsuro Tajima - "Exercise"
  16. Goblin Sound - "Game Over"
  17. Konami Kukeiha Club - "Beyond The Terminus"
  18. Kazuko Umino - "Waltz Of Water & Bubbles"
  19. Hiroto Saito - "Main Stage BGM 1"
  20. Yasuhisa Watanabe - "Area 26-10"
  21. Hiroto Saito - "Site 3-1 (Torrid City)"
  22. Tadahiro Nitta - "Metal Area"
  23. Hiroto Saito - "Site 6-2"
  24. Masumi Itou - "Tactics 4"
  25. Goblin Sound - "My Phase (Stage 12/14)"
  26. Hiroaki Yoshida - "Kyoushin (Lunatic Forest)"
  27. Konami Kukeiha Club - "Underwater Dungeon"
  28. Technosoft - "Shooting Stars"
  29. Soshi Hosio - "Mister Diviner"
  30. Jun Ishikawa - "Main Theme"
  31. Kazuhiko Nagai - "Keel"
  32. Koichi Ishibashi - "Bad Data"
  33. Yasuaki Fujita - "What Is Your Birthday?"
  34. Kazuo Hanzawa - "Oblivious Past"
Review: Writer/director Nick Dwyer's Diggin in the Carts documentary series on Red Bull Music Academy has done much to chronicle the history and global influence of early Japanese video game music. Hyperdub head Kode9 was clearly a fan, as he's joined forces with Dwyer to put together this epic retrospective of "chip-era" compositions by Japanese electronic musicians. Game nerds are well catered for (details of which titles the various tracks are taken from are listed on the back cover), though you don't have to pine after early '80s consoles to enjoy the treats the duo has dug up. Naturally sparse and heavily synthesized, the majority of the tracks sound surprisingly good taken out of context (I.E without the games they were created for) and stand up to scrutiny almost 40 years after they were produced.
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 in stock $13.00
Cat: HDB 064. Rel: 29 Oct 12
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Broken Heart Collector
  2. Crey Bey
  3. BHC
 in stock $2.49
Ultra (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HDBLP 033. Rel: 05 Sep 16
Bass
  1. Reflection (4:53)
  2. Burst (2:10)
  3. Fly 2 (with Banshee) (5:29)
  4. E.S.P. (3:00)
  5. I (2:03)
  6. Glass (4:30)
  7. Sweetz (with Burial) (6:59)
  8. Her (4:51)
  9. Quandary (with Darkstar) (4:23)
  10. Freeze (2:17)
  11. Yeti (2:18)
  12. SDYF (with Rezzett) (5:33)
  13. Thaw (3:55)
Review: Zomby returns to Hyperdub with his first album in three years, trailed in high profile fashion by that Burial collaboration "Sweetz." That particular tune is one of Ultra's headline attractions, alongside eyebrow-raising collaborations with Darkstar, Banshee and Rezzett. What really impresses, though, is the skewed, left-of-centre nature of the mask-wearing producer's heavy, post-grime rhythms, sparse but sparkling synth work, and the breathlessly cut-up R&B vocals dotted throughout the set. Interestingly, there are subtle nods towards new wave synth-pop, ghetto-tech, spacey ambient and alien IDM, making Ultra Zomby's most intriguing and consistently on-point album to date.
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 in stock $21.86
Ultra (CD)
Cat: HDBCD 033. Rel: 05 Sep 16
Bass
  1. Reflection (2:00)
  2. Burst (2:00)
  3. Fly 2 (with Banshee) (2:00)
  4. E.S.P. (2:00)
  5. I (2:00)
  6. Glass (2:00)
  7. Sweetz (with Burial) (2:00)
  8. Her (2:00)
  9. Quandary (with Darkstar) (2:00)
  10. Freeze (2:00)
  11. Yeti (2:00)
  12. S.D.Y.F (with Rezzett) (2:00)
  13. Thaw (2:00)
Review: Zomby returns to Hyperdub with his first album in three years, trailed in high profile fashion by the Burial collaboration "Sweetz." That particular tune is one of Ultra's headline attractions, alongside eyebrow-raising collaborations with Darkstar, Banshee and Rezzett. What really impresses, though, is the skewed, left-of-centre nature of the mask-wearing producer's heavy, post-grime rhythms, sparse but sparkling synth work, and the breathlessly cut-up R&B vocals dotted throughout the set. Interestingly, there are subtle nods towards new wave synth-pop, ghetto-tech, spacey ambient and alien IDM, making Ultra Zomby's most intriguing and consistently on-point album to date.
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Sweetz (limited 1-sided 10")
Cat: HDB 103. Rel: 01 Aug 16
Bass
  1. Sweetz (7:08)
Review: Woof! Hyperdub bring together two of the most recognisable and enigmatic artists of recent times on this 10", as Zomby and Burial square down ahead of the former's new album for the label. Zomby's Ultra LP is undoubtedly one of this year's most anticipated albums and "Sweetz" suggests it may be a very moody affair indeed. Whilst rooted in UK dance, Zomby and Burial do look elsewhere for inspiration too. Just under seven minutes long, "Sweetz" veers through various sub-heavy soundscapes with intermittent rhythmic patters and a distinctive looped vocal sample whose pitch changes with dramatic effect.
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 in stock $8.02
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