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Cocktail Party Effect
Cocktail Party Effect (double 12")
Cat: TECLP 024. Rel: 29 Apr 20
Bass
  1. PSA (part 3) (1:13)
  2. Talking To Bricks (feat Redders) (3:38)
  3. For The Memory Exchange (3:53)
  4. Brutalism (2:07)
  5. PDA (5:19)
  6. War On Codex (4:50)
  7. Cause For Bad Shelving (4:25)
  8. Lack Of Wrong Format (2:59)
  9. Deerhorn (3:33)
  10. I Get It (Lost Banknote) (2:57)
  11. Low Rise (5:02)
  12. Loner (4:33)
Review: Debut album time! Berlin-based CPE has a reputation for generous EPs but this body of work is a whole new brutalist level. Stirring his techno-meets-grime-meets-dubstep cauldron with a series of sharp implements, Tectonic is the perfect playground for the young fusionist's fire. From the distorted electroid energy of "For The Memory Exchange" to the pulverising drum militancy of "War On Codex" via the more restrained, dreamy "Lack Of Wrong Format" and the total glitch frenzy of "I Get It (Lost Banknote)", Cocktail Party Effect references so much of modern electronica yet sounds unlike anything else at all. Dark times call for dark music...
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Cooper's Dream EP
Cat: TEC 108. Rel: 18 Sep 19
Bass
  1. Cooper's Dream (5:12)
  2. For The Future (4:10)
  3. Endorfiend (4:33)
  4. The Shermi Paradox (5:01)
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Hold Dat EP
Cat: TEC 111. Rel: 16 Sep 20
Techno
  1. Hold Dat (5:52)
  2. Push (4:00)
  3. Brain (5:15)
  4. Open Letter (3:58)
Review: Lamont's previous releases on Swamp81 were notable not for their sturdy sub-weight - that's a given - but rather the bounciness of his beats and his uncanny ability to create genuinely new and exciting fusions of existing bass music styles. He's at it again on Tectonic debut Hold Dat, with 135 BPM opener 'Hold Down' seemingly existing in the no-man's land between grime, dubstep and polyrhythmic techno. 'Push', a more sub-heavy and creepy concoction, is similarly rhythmically unique, while 'Brain' adds kuduro bounce, Sheffield clangs and UK funky fills to a snappy, house-style beat. Closer 'Dirty Letter' is a little easier to get a handle on - it's basically a grime instrumental - but no less impactful. A hugely impressive, must-check EP.
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Proto: Shapednoise remixes
Cat: TEC 106. Rel: 12 Apr 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Chaos Engine (Shatter remix) (8:32)
  2. Cold (Crystalline remix) (14:03)
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The Boxer
The Boxer (12")
Cat: TEC 040. Rel: 07 Sep 10
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. The Boxer
  2. The Boxer (Darqwan remix)
Review: Rob Ellis aka Pinch drops one of the biggest dubstep tunes of 2010 in "The Boxer". It shows the Bristolian at his no holds barred, unyielding best U militant basslines, skittering tribal percussion and ethereal moans all combine for a tear out that stands above the pretenders. Flip over for a remix from fellow dubstep veteran Darqwan, who throws a cheeky vocal sample on top for added hands-up effect.

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Played by: TMSV, Jack Sparrow
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Crossing The Line
Cat: TEC 109. Rel: 23 Oct 19
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Crossing The Line (4:37)
  2. Send Out (4:37)
Review: Given the beat-making and production talents of Bristol boys Pinch and Khan, this hook-up with grime MCs Killa's Army - Killa P, Irah and Long Range - was never going to fail. Even so, "Crossing The Line" is insanely good; a future club anthem in which the three MCs get the hype going over a weighty, fuzz-fuelled beat that sits somewhere between grime, dancehall and dubstep. Killa (sorry) stuff. Pinch and Khan ditch the MCs on B-side workout "Send Out", instead peppering a moody bassline, clandestine aural textures and ricocheting vocal samples with gunshot snares, gut-punching sub tones and panicked electronics.
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Abyss EP
Abyss EP (12")
Cat: TEC 110. Rel: 04 Mar 20
Bass
  1. Scooped (5:35)
  2. SBWYS (5:12)
  3. Smashed Crabs (4:52)
  4. Abyss (5:21)
Review: With his weighty fusions on murky dubstep, broken techno and mutilated polyrhythms, Sam Walton has always been a hard producer to pin down. He's at it again on "Abyss", his first missive of 2020. There's much to set the pulse racing throughout, from the smoky aural textures, sustained organ chords and off-kilter rhythms of "Scooped", to the warped bass, rolling drums and popping electronic motifs of closing cut "Abyss". Sandwiched in between you'll find a razor-sharp cut of raw rave revivalism (the '92 hardcore style rush of "SBWYS") and a muscular fusion of mind-bending bass and stuttering drums that sounds like a bassbin-bothering anthem in the making ("Smashed Carbs").
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