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In My Life
In My Life (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIVID 06. Rel: 16 Aug 21
Drum And Bass
  1. In My Life (6:44)
  2. Dead Drop (5:17)
  3. Keep Steppin (6:10)
  4. C'mon (5:20)
Review: Since breaking through with the colossal 'Anybody From London' on Hotline Recordings five years ago, Boris English AKA Borai has proved to be one of British dance music's more cultured hardcore and jungle revivalists. He's at it again here, too, filling his Vivid label debut with a quartet of sub-heavy, breakbeat-driven bangers dripping in saucer-eyed, rave-style samples. He begins with the sharp riffs, pitched down Amen breaks and booming bass of 'In My Life', before upping the tempo on bustling breaks roller 'Dead Drop'. English doffs his cap to spacey early drum & bass on loose-limbed flipside opener 'Keep Steppin', while closing cut 'C'Mon' is an insanely weighty, pitched-down hardcore bomb.
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Rave Tool
Rave Tool (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIVID 09. Rel: 31 Jan 22
Breakbeat
  1. Rave Tool
  2. Dents
  3. No Caller ID
  4. Palm Tree
  5. Don't Think
Review: Vivid's unashamedly retro-tinted breakbeat assault continues apace with five more high grade suggest. It is the newly emergent, in form Daffy who follows up a nice EP on Time Is Now earlier in the year with throwback mash up. There are rigid metal chords panning about the mix next to bleeping fax machines and bustling breaks on the opener and from there he doesn't let up. 'Dents' is a bass heavy garage workout with razor sharp hits and 'No Caller ID' drops deeper into warped garage basslines. 'Palm Tree' is pure jungle goodness, and last of all 'Don't Think' is maybe the best of the lot.
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est. release 31 Jan 22 $11.39
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Blackbird
Blackbird (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIVID 10. Rel: 07 Feb 22
Breakbeat
  1. Oldboy - "Blackbird"
  2. Oldboy - "Walrus Party"
  3. Xander - "If I Tell EM"
  4. Xander - "Get To The Point"
  5. Longeez - "Evermore"
  6. Longeez - "Wheel Up"
Review: The latest from Burnski's Vivid label is a three way split, six track affair with Oldboy, Xander and Longeez each dispatching a pair of tunes in the label's trademark roughneck breakbeat style. - Oldboy kicks off proceedings with the speedy junglisms of 'Blackbird' before the chunkier, funkier and a little more traditionally paced breaks heft of 'Walrus Party'. Xander's 'If I Tell EM' and 'Get To The Point' both plays off two step rhythmic twists and menacing bass against dreamy synths and more breakbeaty flourishes, before Longeez closes proceedings with the slightly sparser 'Evermore' - super sharp hi hats and echoing rasta dialogue - and the appropriately spinback-peppered 'Wheel Up'.
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est. release 07 Feb 22 $11.39
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Set You Free
Set You Free (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIVID 11. Rel: 21 Feb 22
Breakbeat
  1. Set You Free
  2. Nah Nah Nah
  3. Phat Booty
  4. Smoke
Review: Since joining forces as Soul Mass Transit System a couple of years ago, Baby J and D Jason have released a wealth of club-ready 12" singles, many of which explore their love of vintage UK garage. This EP on Vivid is a little more eclectic but no less celebratory or peak-time ready. For proof, check saucer-eyed opener 'Set You Free', where giddy old school piano stabs, stretched-out sub-bass and spinetingling female vocal samples ride a rolling breakbeat, and the revivalist hardcore hedonism of the ludicrously bass-heavy 'Nah Nah Nah'. They doff a cap to their bassline roots on crunchy breakbeat roller 'Phat Booty', before drawing a fine EP toa close with the two-step-goes-Niche heaviness of 'Smoke'.
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Come In
Come In (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIVID 04. Rel: 26 Jul 21
Drum And Bass
  1. Come In (5:07)
  2. Check One (5:08)
  3. Five (5:04)
  4. Hold Tight (5:21)
Review: Following some essential drops from the likes of Etch and Yosh, Vivid welcome Tamoshi into the fold for some sweet and cerebral trips through cut up breaks and moody soundscapes. "Come In" keeps things meditative thanks to harmonious pads lingering in the distance behind the amen chops, while "Check One" has a certain cheekiness not least round the low end. "Five" gets a little breakstep wriggle in its groove, but there's just as much focus on the other old-skool tropes that make up Tamoshi's sound. "Hold Tight" gets further towards 2-step rhythmic accents as it charges forth, sealing the deal on a laser-focused, bassweight record for all the breaks heads to get lively to.
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Played by: Burnski, INSTINCT
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The System
The System (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIVID 08.
Breakbeat
  1. The System
  2. The Darkside
Review: After some wicked EPs by Yosh, Etch and Tom Jarmey, here is some proper underground UK flavour courtesy of Burnski's Vivid imprint - a new sub label of Constant Sound. The latest one this week is by the enigmatic Tamoshi. On the A side, we have the snarling minimalist roller called 'The System' which is quite reminiscent of early DJ Krust. Over on the flip, hear a convincingly old school junglist stepper, the fittingly titled 'Darkside' that goes all the way back to '95. One for the heads.
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Bless
Bless (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIVID 07. Rel: 04 Oct 21
Breakbeat
  1. Bless (5:34)
  2. We Come In Pieces (5:34)
  3. Too Dread (5:47)
  4. All Out (5:21)
Review: Vivid does a fine line in breakbeat, techno and bass and has killer cuts from Borai and Tomashi in its discography. Now they look to Yosh who has two EPs ready for the label. This one kicks off with the rinsing old school jungle breaks of 'Bless', which is all dark energy and jerking rhythms. 'We Come In Pieces' is just as kinked with devastating drum programming, and 'Too Dread' gets a little more euphoric with its warm pads strewn over the top of the knotted bass and busy drums. Closer 'All Out' is another bit of pure dance floor bliss.
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