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Cat: SNKR 0091. Rel: 11 Apr 17
Deep House
  1. Exodus (The Lion Awakes) (Luke Vibert mix) (6:13)
  2. Exodus (The Lion Awakes) (The Maghreban remix) (10:06)
  3. Exodus (The Lion Awakes) (10:06)
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SNKRX 04 (hand-stamped vinyl 12")
Cat: SNKRX 04. Rel: 22 Oct 19
Bass
  1. Clownery (5:09)
  2. Do Not Follow Us (6:28)
  3. The Return Of The Gorgons (5:56)
  4. Serena (4:09)
Review: Watch your bassbins! Dogpatrol debuts on Sneaker Social Club following a string of fine releases elsewhere, and as you'd expect the resultant tracks are notably sub-heavy. For proof, check lead cut "Clownery", a bustling, mind-altering garage number that peppers two-step beats with cut-up female vocal samples and fuzzy, experimental techno type electronics, and the mangled but inspired track that follows, "Do Not Follow Us", where lo-fi bleeps and dub techno-esque chords bubble away above a rolling garage groove. He doffs a cap to UK funky on bouncy B-side opener "The Return Of The Gorgons" - a suitably cheeky and silly workout - while "Serena" is a percussively intricate skip through weighty post-dubstep pastures.
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SNKR 020 (12")
Cat: SNKR 020. Rel: 11 Jun 19
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Don't Wanna Know (3:10)
  2. Predator Vs Prey (Toxin) (4:12)
  3. Photosynthesis (feat Tranq Sinatra) (3:19)
Review: Etch and Nico Lindsay make good musical bedfellows; the former's spacious left-footed soundscapes providing plenty of room for Nico's narrative, evolving lyrical style, they're kindred spirits linked by a glacial sense of adventure and refusal to compromise. Opener "Don't Wanna Know" kicks the doors down with force. Rough and switchy, there's a pulsing 2002 feel to both the step and flow while "Predator Vs Prey (Toxin)" takes us on a much swampier, weirded out trip that buns everything but survival. Finally, Tranq Sinatra joins the fray for an urgent finale where fast-tongue tales from Nico are backed from Tranq harmonies and another iced riddim from Etch. Cold.
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Ice Rave (LP)
Cat: SNKR 024. Rel: 11 Dec 19
Bass
  1. Ice B8ss (4:11)
  2. Space Conga (4:03)
  3. Time To Let Go (2:33)
  4. Heat Depth (2:42)
  5. Ice Rave (4:12)
  6. Crush Sphere (3:30)
  7. Tekker Wave (3:09)
  8. Afterlife (2:49)
Review: Over the course of his career to date, shadowy London producer Filter Dread has proved to be one bass music's most imaginative producers, offering up a range of EPs that snugly sit in the cracks between sub-genres. On "Ice Rave", his debut album, he continues this approach, romping through a collection of weighty, club-ready cuts that variously touch on dancehall/140 fusion ("Ice B8ass"), eight-bit electro ("Space Conga"), mind-altering post-grime intensity ("Time To Let Go"), hybrid hardcore/dubstep insanity ("Ice Rave") and mutant tech-funk (the skittish and doom-laden "Tekker Wave"). In other words, it's a sub-heavy sprint just overflowing with ideas.
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Played by: Soundbwoy Killah
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FORTHCOMING
Origins
Origins (double 12")
Cat: SNKRG 001.
UK Hardcore
  1. Finest Illusion
  2. Survival
  3. Dubbing You
  4. The Alchemist
  5. Feel The Vibe
  6. Feel The Vibe (Again)
  7. Screwface
  8. Ricochet
  9. Ricochet (No Stopping The remix)
  10. Ragatere
Review: When breakbeat hardcore and "darkcore" were slowly morphing into jungle around 1992-93, few artists delivered quite as many revolutionary and mind-mangling cuts as Northampton's Foul Play. For proof, check out this must-have retrospective of their earliest EPs on Hypercolour. From start to finish, it bustles with proto-jungle gems, from the mangled rave stabs and boisterous breaks of "Dubbing You" and the warehouse-ready voodoo of "The Alchemist" (a kind of prototype liquid tune which also pays tribute to Nightmares on Wax's earlier "Aftermath"), to the blistering rhythms and bassbin-bothering sub business of "Screwface" and the early ragga-jungle brilliance of "Ragatere". If you have any interest at all in the development of UK bass music, then you need this in your life.
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Cat: SNKR 023. Rel: 19 Nov 19
Bass
  1. Street Level (3:39)
  2. Signal To Noise (Ratio) (4:12)
  3. Signal To Noise (4:18)
  4. Low End Activism (5:34)
  5. Neighbourhood Nationalism (3:35)
  6. Muzikon 90 (2:39)
Review: Man of many aliases, Patrick Conway makes his debut on Sneaker Social Club with six disarming rave echoes that sound just as much 2091 as they do 1991. All the ingredients are familiar but are cooked so refreshingly in a piping hot dub oven, they sound like something completely fresh. Highlights include the grime-meets-hardcore-meets-double-dragon-scrap vibes of the title track, the ghostly breaks and pressurised pads of "Muzikon 90" and the spacious, almost UK funky style drum work and classic vocal sample of "Signal To Noise". Sneaker Social Club are always well ahead of the curve but this is a whole new venn diagram. Essential.
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