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Nothing To Declare
Nothing To Declare (gatefold clear vinyl LP + MP3 download code in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: HDBLP 062. Rel: 18 Aug 22
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Nothing To Declare (2:37)
  2. Totally Spies (feat Lafawndah) (2:20)
  3. Nightflame (feat Orion Sun) (3:18)
  4. Anthology (3:10)
  5. Discipline (2:58)
  6. BlessGrips (2:10)
  7. Easy Jet (1:15)
  8. Candace Parker (feat Muqata'a) (2:44)
  9. No More Kings (3:03)
  10. Capitol (feat Alli Logout) (3:03)
  11. Sixteen (2:45)
  12. Spirit Airlines (2:09)
  13. Crown (2:36)
  14. More Victories (feat M Tellez) (2:34)
  15. Seven (1:27)
  16. Lead Level 15 (feat Ase Manual) (0:09)
Review: 700 Bliss are DJ Haram and Moor Mother, and together they've come together to deliver a guttural take on noise rap. Packed to the brim with fuzz, like gravel clogging a phone line, Haram and Moor's vocal deliveries are clownish and playful, and hear back like mere fragments of thought, pushing against the notion of a sustained narrative. Lafawndah, Muqata'a, Alli Logout and M. Tellez all feature on various vocal and production appearances, while techno is even ticked off on a few Afro-diasporic dance music forays ('Anthology'). A postmodern revisionist history of dance music in LP form.
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Nothing To Declare
Cat: HDBCD 062. Rel: 28 Jul 22
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Nothing To Declare
  2. Totally Spies (feat Lafawndah)
  3. Nightflame (feat Orion Sun)
  4. Anthology
  5. Discipline
  6. BlessGrips
  7. Easyjet
  8. Candace Parker (feat Muqata'a)
  9. No More Kings
  10. Capitol (feat Alli Logout)
  11. Sixteen
  12. Spirit Airlines
  13. Crown
  14. More Victories (feat M Tellez)
  15. Seven
  16. Lead Level 15 (feat Ase Manual)
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Asiatisch
Cat: HDBLP 024. Rel: 01 May 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Shanzhai (For Shanzhai Biennial) (feat Helen Feng)
  2. Szechuan
  3. Wudang
  4. Loading Beijing
  5. Hainan Island
  6. Shenzhen
  7. Dragon Tattoo
  8. Forbidden City
  9. Shanghai Freeway
  10. Jade Stairs
Review: Multidisciplinary artist Fatima Al Qadiri aligns with Hyperdub to release Asiatisch, a keenly anticipated debut album that's described as a "simulated road trip through an imagined China". First coming to prominence on the UNO label in 2011, Al Qadiri has subsequently provoked critical acclaim for the 2012 Desert Strike EP for Fade To Mind that played on her time spent living in Kuwait as a child, while her work under the Ayshay moniker for Tri Angle explored vocals in a unique manner. Asiatisch expands on the political themes of Desert Strike in a new and unexpected way, and acts as a homage to the style of grime known as "sinogrime". Asian motifs and melodies are prominent throughout whilst conceptually Al Qadiri runs through "the fantasies of east Asia as refracted through pulpy Western pop culture". If that wasn't enough to sell you on the concept, opening track "Shanzhai" is a "nonsensical Mandarin" language cover of Sinead O'Connor's "Nothing Compares 2 U".
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Medieval Femme
Cat: HDBCD 057. Rel: 14 May 21
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Medieval Femme
  2. A Certain Concubine
  3. Sheba
  4. Vanity
  5. Stolen Kiss Of A Succubus
  6. Golden
  7. Qasmuna (Dreaming)
  8. Malaak
  9. Tasakuba
  10. Zandaq
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Medieval Femme
Cat: HDBLP 057. Rel: 23 Jul 21
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Medieval Femme (3:10)
  2. A Certain Concubine (2:23)
  3. Sheba (3:21)
  4. Vanity (3:02)
  5. Stolen Kiss Of A Succubus (3:44)
  6. Golden (2:29)
  7. Qasmuna (Dreaming) (2:53)
  8. Malaak (3:14)
  9. Tasakuba (3:08)
  10. Zandaq (5:38)
Review: RECOMMENDED
It's not hard to hear where this album title is coming from. Fatima Al Qadri is a Senegal-born, Kuwaiti musician and conceptual artist who has definitely taken some inspiration from the timeless feel of Arabesque. A patient sense of spatiality and gradually evolving atmospheres that feel as though crafted over the course of several millenniums, Medieval Femme feels both rooted in tradition and forward thinking.

You won't be surprised to learn, then, that this collection of powerful tones finds inspiration and source material in aeons-old poetry from the Arabic world. Some of that even forms the lyrics of the vocal numbers, while it all helps inform the overall feel of the record. It's deep and meditative, but never loses itself too much in structureless ambience, instead choosing to offer some incredibly well formulated tracks that are as challenging as they are instantly enjoyable.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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Brute
Brute (LP)
Cat: HDBLP 031. Rel: 08 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 Blue
In Blue (gatefold translucent blue vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HDBLP 055. Rel: 24 Dec 20
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Around Me
  2. Come
  3. Destroy Me
  4. Blood (4:01)
  5. In 2 U (4:07)
  6. Levitating (3:25)
  7. Forever (5:00)
  8. Blue To Black (4:18)
  9. Take (4:40)
  10. No Return (5:20)
  11. You (3:59)
  12. End In Blue (5:47)
Review: Mixed entirely during lockdown in his new Brussels home, prolific British producer Kevin Martin aka The Bug teams up with Berlin-based American Dis Fig, whose haunting yet seductive croon narrates a backdrop of paranoid electronic dub on In Blue. This is an album that captures a persevering sense of malaise and dread, that is so reflective of the times we are living through at present. From the grayscale industrial dub of 'Destroy Me' where Dis Fig's vocals flow hypnotically through layers of time based effects, to the low-slung subterranean sway of 'Levitating', the similarly contorted noise terror of 'Blue & Black' and the bittersweet closing track 'End In Blue' which perfectly encapsulates the "tunnel sound" the pair aimed to capture on this strong release.
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Kindred EP
Cat: HDB 059. Rel: 08 Mar 12
Deep Dubstep
  1. Kindred
  2. Loner
  3. Ashtray Wasp
Review: ** REPRESS ALERT ** Given that his sound has now been referenced, copied and bastardised by countless imitators, is testament to Burial's enduring appeal that the announcement of a new EP on a Sunday in Febuary was enough to shake the online music press out of their collective stupors. As an EP it more than stands up to his previous work, and it may even be better than last year's Street Halo EP - where the brilliance of the title track left the EP quite top-heavy, there's no such complaints on Kindred. If UK garage was the touchpoint for his earlier releases, this EP sees Burial further developing a sound that has few obvious points of comparison, whether it's the savage, gnarled bassline of the title track, or the shambling house of "Loner", characterized by its hollowed out arpeggio and ambient crackle. But it's "Ashtray Wasp" that provides the most breathtaking moment, seeing the producer using the distinct musical language he's created and bringing confident melodic elements into play. Of course such descriptions seem trivial when trying to describe this EP - even for Burial it's far beyond what his peers and imitators could ever imagine making.
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Rival Dealer
Cat: HDB 080. Rel: 13 Dec 13
Deep Dubstep
  1. Rival Dealer
  2. Hiders
  3. Come Down To Us
Review: After a decidedly silent 2013 Burial is back on Hyperdub with a new single that points to pastures new for the stealthy producer. "Rival Dealer" is sure to polarize opinion as it takes a positively unexpected route into hardcore breaks, static interference, all manner of oddball speech samples, diversions and switches in dynamics, and a willfully grainy production finish that borders on punk. Depending on where you choose to dive into the ten-minute track the experience could be very different; experiencing it in full is nothing short of a rollercoaster. "Hiders" too is full of surprises, more indebted to pop balladry than anything remotely garage related, and the emotive croon and swooning piano is only magnified by a Yazoo-esque drum stomp at the midway point. "Come Down To Us" is equally heartfelt, all slow release vocals and languid chords yet constantly fractured at the edges, with yet more surprising turns of bombast waiting in the wings over thirteen minutes.
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Rodent
Rodent (10")
Cat: HDB 113. Rel: 21 Sep 17
Bass
  1. Rodent (4:28)
  2. Rodent (Kode9 remix) (4:47)
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Claustro
Claustro (heavyweigjht vinyl 12")
Cat: HDB 120. Rel: 14 Jun 19
Deep Dubstep
  1. Claustro (5:44)
  2. State Forest (7:53)
Review: While he's offered up the occasional remix, William "Burial" Bevan has been rather quiet of late. In fact, this two-tracker marks his first original material for almost two years. Lead cut "Claustro" is an unexpectedly up-tempo dancefloor affair - a sweet and sticky chunk of future-garage that sees Bevan wrap sugary female vocal snippets, spacey chords and bubbly analogue electronics around snappy two-step beats - drenched in vinyl crackle and tape hiss - and a rock solid bassline. It will raise a few eyebrows given his previous work but nevertheless sounds like a summer anthem in waiting. Bevan returns to familiar territory on flipside cut "State Forest", a ghostly, field recording-laden ambient excursion where pedal steel style motifs slowly rise above opaque electronics.
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Truant aka One/Two
Cat: HDB 069. Rel: 12 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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Street Halo
Cat: HDB 013. Rel: 24 Mar 11
Deep Dubstep
  1. Street Halo
  2. NYC
  3. Stolen Dog
Review: Repress alert! Wednesday: Hyperdub announce a new three track release from enigmatic producer Burial - his first solo work in four years. Thursday: Said records arrive on Juno doorstep. How's that for service (and secrecy)! The news came just a matter of days after the producer's collaboration with Radiohead front man Thom Yorke and Four Tet arrived on record shelves across the UK and promptly sold out amidst a frenzy of hype. There are three new tracks on offer here, namely "Street Halo", "NYC" and "Stolen Dog". First up "Street Halo" showcases the classic Burial sound; subterranean bass gurgles, trademark clicking beats and barely-there vocal snatches. A sweet childlike vocal pervades the sonic mist on "NYC" while "Stolen Dog" closes out with ethereal vocal harmonies buried deep beneath vinyl crackle. Stunning.
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Burial
Burial (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: HDBLP 001. Rel: 04 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
Played by: Barbarix
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Chemz
Chemz (12")
Cat: HDB 134. Rel: 21 May 21
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Chemz (12:29)
  2. Dolphinz (9:04)
Review: 
After his surprise drop with music writer and producer Blackdown on the Keysound label last month, the enigmatic Burial is now back with a fresh new EP all of his own. It comes on his longtime home of Hyperdub and features two more of his deft designed, ghostly deep dubstep post-nightbus joints. 'Chemz' is a strict raver filled with rushed up sounds, plenty of dance floor love and big hooks that is many different tracks, moods and vibes all rolled into one. As always, these Burial sounds look back to go forwards and do so in thrilling fashion.
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Young Death
Young Death (limited heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: HDB 100. Rel: 28 Nov 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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Tags: Lo-Fi
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Subtemple
Subtemple (10")
Cat: HDB 108. Rel: 23 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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Antidawn
Antidawn (heavyweight vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: HDBLP 050. Rel: 28 Jan 22
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Strange Neighbourhood (6:58)
  2. Antidawn (12:52)
  3. Shadow Paradise (7:34)
  4. New Love (10:02)
  5. Upstairs Flat (6:12)
Review: Burial's first full-length EP since 2012's 'Rival Dealer' hears the South London enigma plunge the depths of his newest dark ambient sound, wrenching the emo essences of rave from their breakbeats to produce a purely ambient affair. Spanning every emotion from depression to triumph, 'Antidawn' opens with a cough, in a seeming nod to the COVID lockdowns of recent years. Meanwhile, disparate sections buzz and weave in and out of one another on 'Shadow Paradise' and 'Strange Neighbourhood', never quite landing on their feet before being whisked away again. One of Burial's most defining world-building works.
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Antidawn
Antidawn (CD single)
Cat: HDBCD 050. Rel: 28 Jan 22
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Strange Neighbourhood
  2. Antidawn
  3. Shadow Paradise
  4. New Love
  5. Upstairs Flat
Review: RECCOMENDED
Nothing says "Britain is shit but we do make great music" quite like those rare instances when you get a new Burial release to ponder over. The man, the myth, the mystery, the zeitgeist, anyone who thought the ghosts of garage had been left behind in late-noughties and early-teens best get ready to recognise that, while, Antidawn is very much anything other than that lazy genre term, it still packs the spectre of that atmosphere.

A fact that has to make you start questioning labels in general. There's always been something grittily realist about Burial's work, while at the same time it exists in fantasy worlds parallel to our own. Like wandering through the city at twilight and realising a whole other plane exists, you just never looked for it before, this latest addition to the oeuvre takes all those notions and ups the ambient, resulting in a journey that's textured and direct without ever breaking from a strange, alien serenity that still feels weirdly human.
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Untrue
Untrue (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: HDBLP 002. Rel: 02 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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Luna EP
Luna EP (1-sided 12")
Cat: HDB 116. Rel: 24 Aug 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Bloodlet (1:42)
  2. Molting (2:55)
  3. Luna (4:18)
  4. Crinoline (4:03)
  5. Burning (2:08)
  6. Shed (2:13)
  7. Lamina (2:40)
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Labyrinth
Labyrinth (heavyweight vinyl LP + 10 page booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: HDBLP 044. Rel: 24 Jan 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Polycephaly (3:07)
  2. Dio (3:18)
  3. Gut (3:36)
  4. Enigma (3:20)
  5. Wing (1:26)
  6. Nastasya (4:27)
  7. Pieridae (3:23)
  8. Mino (2:59)
  9. Search (1:55)
  10. Bunny (2:52)
  11. Garnet (3:16)
  12. Forgive (2:55)
  13. Entrance (2:53)
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Labyrinth
Cat: HDBCD 044. Rel: 29 Nov 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Polycephaly
  2. Dio
  3. Gut
  4. Enigma
  5. Wing
  6. Nastasya
  7. Pieridae
  8. Mino
  9. Search
  10. Bunny
  11. Garnet
  12. Forgive
  13. Entrance
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For You & I
For You & I (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HDBLP 045. Rel: 20 Sep 19
Bass
  1. Glitch Bitch (3:08)
  2. London Ting/Dark As Fuck (feat Le3 BLACK) (4:41)
  3. So Scared (4:23)
  4. Hand Drops (3:24)
  5. Sensual (feat Theo) (5:45)
  6. For You & I (5:19)
  7. My Future (feat Le3 BLACK) (3:39)
  8. Scraping My Feet (4:28)
  9. Sick 9 (2:45)
  10. Vowel/Consonant (6:06)
Review: Loraine James is the latest going talent to make a bold statement on Hyperdub. Her new album reflects the sounds of the London she grew up in while also exploring issues around identity and queerness. Grime, UK drill, electronica and jazz all colour the album and can be as abrasive and confrontational as it can sweet and soothing. Our picks are "London Ting/Dark As Fuck": a caustic brew of distorted drums and frazzled synths with angst ridden vocals and "For You & I" which is a soothing beauty despite its hyperdriven loops. A personal and expressive album that also acts as a fine snapshot of London as it sounds right now.
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Reflection
Reflection (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HDBLP 056. Rel: 25 Jun 21
Bass
  1. Built To Last (feat Xzavier Stone) (2:18)
  2. Let's Go (3:41)
  3. Simple Stuff (3:22)
  4. Black Ting (feat Le3 BLack) (4:21)
  5. Insecure Behaviour & Fuckery (feat Nova) (5:01)
  6. Self Doubt (Leaving The Club Early) (4:34)
  7. On The Lake Outside (feat Baths) (4:50)
  8. Reflection (3:30)
  9. Change (7:12)
  10. Running Like That (feat Eden Samara) (4:13)
  11. We're Building Something New (feat Iceboy Violet) (2:24)
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Reflection
Cat: HDBCD 056. Rel: 04 Jun 21
Bass
  1. Built To Last (feat Xzavier Stone)
  2. Let's Go
  3. Simple Stuff
  4. Black Ting (feat Le3 BLack)
  5. Insecure Behaviour & Fuckery (feat Nova)
  6. Self Doubt (Leaving The Club Early)
  7. On The Lake Outside (feat Baths)
  8. Reflection
  9. Change
  10. Running Like That (feat Eden Samara)
  11. We're Building Something New (feat Iceboy Violet)
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Nothing
Nothing (12")
Cat: HDB 130. Rel: 02 Oct 20
Bass
  1. Nothing (feat Lila Tirando a Violeta) (4:47)
  2. Marg (feat Tardast) (3:35)
  3. Don't You See It? (feat Jonnine) (5:23)
  4. The Starting Point (4:03)
Review: Following releases on the likes of Houndstooth and Nervous Horizon, Loraine James returns to Hyperdub with another unique release. Picking up where her breakthrough album 'For You & I' left us, it's another wily and collaborative affair as she brings in voices that don't often find themselves over futuristic beatscapes like Loraine's. 'Nothing' sees Lila Tirando a Violeta lament over a post-apocalyptic trance setting before Tardast raps in Farsi over the prang pads and glitchy beats of 'Marg' and Jonnine brings post-soul honey over the lavish beats of 'Don't You See It?'. For the finale, however, Loraine goes solo with 'The Starting Point.' Sparse, strange and scratchy throughout, it suddenly opens out into a bright and emotional conclusion. 'Nothing' always leads to something...
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The Jackpot
The Jackpot (clear vinyl 12" + stickers)
Cat: HYPE 015. Rel: 22 Jan 21
Bass
  1. The Jackpot (4:55)
  2. Rona City Blues (5:10)
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Escapology
Cat: HYPCD 004. Rel: 15 Jul 22
Bass
  1. Trancestar North
  2. The Break Up
  3. Toxic Foam
  4. Orbex
  5. Angle Of Re-entry
  6. Freefall
  7. In The Shadow Of Ben Hope
  8. Sim-darien
  9. Cross The Gap
  10. Uncoil
  11. Astro-darien
  12. Lagrange Point
  13. Docking
  14. Torus
  15. T-divine
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Pull My Hair Back
Cat: HDBLP 019. Rel: 05 Sep 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Giddy
  2. 5785021
  3. Kathy Lee
  4. Fuck Diamond
  5. Keep Moving
  6. Against The Wall
  7. Pull My Hair Back
  8. As If
  9. Strange Emotion
Review: Given that Junior Boys' Jeremy Greenspan is the man at the controls, it's perhaps unsurprising that this surprise debut full-length from little known Canadian chanteuse Jessy Lanza drips with smooth, synthesized sweetness. Packed with Greenspan's trademark melancholic, Metro Area-ish synths, but built around Lanza's fragile, otherworldly vocals, Pull My Hair Back is a contender for the best leftfield pop album of the year. Variously touching on synthesized R&B, deep boogie, sparse torch songs (see the sublime title track) and starbust wonkiness (the beautifully off-kilter "As If"), Lanza and Greenspan have delivered an impeccable, unassuming delight. Recommended.
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All The Time
All The Time (limited coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HDBLP 051. Rel: 24 Jul 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Anyone Around (2:49)
  2. Lick In Heaven (4:27)
  3. Face (3:22)
  4. Badly (4:18)
  5. Alexander (3:55)
  6. Ice Creamy (3:37)
  7. Like Fire (3:01)
  8. Baby Love (3:33)
  9. Over & Over (4:48)
  10. All The Time (4:27)
Review: Four years have passed since Jessy Lanza last offered-up an album, the Jeremy Greenspan co-produced leftfield space-pop masterpiece that was "Oh No". While plenty has changed in Lanza's working life since then - she now lives in New York and improvises more with "modular and semi-modular" synthesizers - her commitment to delivering a genuinely unique take on 21st century synth-pop remains. Those versed in the work of the Junior Boys will hear the hand of regular collaborator Jeremy Greenspan in the chords, melodies and synthesizer settings, but "All The Time" is undoubtedly Lanza's vision. Combining her usual glassy-eyed vocals and ear-pleasing, often melancholic synth-pop sounds with the colourful vibrancy of future R&B and grooves that subtly reference all manner of styles (dubstep included), it's most perfect underground pop album you'll hear all year.
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All The Time
Cat: HDBCD 051. Rel: 24 Jul 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Anyone Around
  2. Lick In Heaven
  3. Face
  4. Badly
  5. Alexander
  6. Ice Creamy
  7. Like Fire
  8. Baby Love
  9. Over & Over
  10. All The Time
Review: Four years have passed since Jessy Lanza last offered-up an album, the Jeremy Greenspan co-produced leftfield space-pop masterpiece that was "Oh No". While plenty has changed in Lanza's working life since then - she now lives in New York and improvises more with "modular and semi-modular" synthesizers - her commitment to delivering a genuinely unique take on 21st century synth-pop remains. Those versed in the work of the Junior Boys will hear the hand of regular collaborator Jeremy Greenspan in the chords, melodies and synthesizer settings, but "All The Time" is undoubtedly Lanza's vision. Combining her usual glassy-eyed vocals and ear-pleasing, often melancholic synth-pop sounds with the colourful vibrancy of future R&B and grooves that subtly reference all manner of styles (dubstep included), it's most perfect underground pop album you'll hear all year.
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 in stock $11.54
Lothian Buses EP
Cat: HDB 132. Rel: 02 Apr 21
Bass
  1. Thurs Jung Yout (3:42)
  2. Baguettes (4:46)
  3. Choco Frito (Calamari) (3:19)
  4. Scarab Aloph (2:50)
  5. HopeTak2 (3:18)
  6. Mullit Madollock (4:34)
 in stock $9.02
Siren Spine Sysex
Cat: HDBCD 059. Rel: 24 Sep 21
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Anti Chessst
  2. Convaerge Iana
  3. Humancargoe Estt
  4. Recall (Throate Achres)
  5. Met Path Thoth
  6. 8 Megapxl See Thru Phone
  7. Thurs Jung Youtz
  8. Her In
  9. The Most Beautiful Irish Song
  10. Leith Tornn Carnal
  11. Auld Peop
  12. Iaosiphsean Powers
  13. God Aed
  14. Roman Fatigue
 in stock $12.03
Siren Spine Sysex
Siren Spine Sysex (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HDBLP 059. Rel: 05 Nov 21
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Anti Chessst (3:18)
  2. Convaerge Iana (3:54)
  3. Humancargoe Estt (3:55)
  4. Recall (Throate Achres) (2:40)
  5. Met Path Thoth (4:14)
  6. 8 Megapixel See Thru Phone (2:53)
  7. Thurs Jung Youtz (3:42)
  8. Her In (3:38)
  9. The Most Beautiful Irish Song (3:27)
  10. Leith Tornn Carnal (3:48)
  11. Auld Peop (4:02)
  12. Iosiphsean Powers (2:57)
  13. God Aed (0:42)
  14. Roman Fatigue (7:37)
 in stock $17.81
Ultra
Ultra (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HDBLP 033. Rel: 02 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 $20.06
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