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Taciturn (12")
Cat: SIG 024. Rel: 14 Dec 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Taciturn (6:03)
  2. Butter Love (5:39)
Review: Calibre has been on fire this year, serving up two albums, a swathe of killer collaborations and a handful of fine solo singles. Here he rounds off 2018 in fine style with a pair of polished cuts on his own Signature Records imprint. A-side 'Taciturn" is as musically vibrant and expansive as you'd expect, with poignant piano motifs, sustained chords and breathtakingly beautiful, high register soul vocals rising above punchy breakbeats and warm but weighty bass. Flipside "Butter Love" operates along similar lines, with Calibre wrapping spacey electronics, melancholic strings and liquid synths around a snappy, bass-heavy groove. It's perhaps a little more sub-heavy than the A-side, though both tracks are equally as polished and glassy-eyed.
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out of stock $9.47
Shelflife 5 (3xLP)
Cat: SIGLP 013. Rel: 29 Jun 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Addict (6:51)
  2. City Life (with DRS) (5:05)
  3. Jaboc (5:44)
  4. Two Ones (6:02)
  5. Deep Down (6:45)
  6. Makes Me (5:48)
  7. Bluesday (with Marcus Intalex) (5:37)
Review: While Calibre's studio albums are invariably superb, his periodic Shelflife compilations of unreleased tracks and tried-and-tested dubplates are often even better. Predictably, this fifth volume in the series not only hits the spot, but also contains some genuinely grade-A material. Many will naturally gravitate towards high-class DRS hook-up "City Life" and the sought-after Marcus Intalex collaboration "Bluesday" (a typically warm, melodious and soulful affair), but there are plenty of other highlights amongst the 12 tracks on. These largely tend towards the more sun-kissed and breezy end of the D&B spectrum, though there are some tougher and darker workouts (see the low-slung sci-fi growl of "Jaboc") amongst Calibre's waves of dancefloor positivity.
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Deranged EP (double 12")
Cat: SOULR 022. Rel: 17 Oct 06
Drum And Bass
  1. Deranged
  2. Take It Back
  3. Past Imperfect Future Tense
  4. Luminous
Review: Slightly more electronic than his usual output, which fits nicely with the Dat music vibe.
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out of stock $10.81
Cat: SOULR 069. Rel: 28 Jul 15
Drum And Bass
  1. Bogeyman Bullshit (5:36)
  2. Smother (feat Marcus Intalex & Bricktop) (6:01)
  3. Multi Tasking (5:41)
  4. Dream Of You (5:32)
Review: After a stupendously prolific 2013 and 2014 (wherein he delivered no less than four albums), Calibre appears to have taken his foot off the gas and slipped into a more comfortable release-rate. Following his "Strumpet" EP on Exit comes this ace four-tracker that represents all his drum & bass styles: "Boogeyman Bullshit" is Dominick Martin at his darkest and most mischievous, all wobbly bass and slippery. "Smother" (featuring long term compadre Marcus Intalex) slaps with big washy chords that chime with an almost Detroitian hypnotic affect, "Multi Tasking" is a swam of sonic bees that have set up a nest in Metalheadz HQ circa 1997 and show no sign of budging. Finally, with its twinkling arpeggios and major chords "Dream Of You" is Calibre at his dreamiest and most emotional... Then drop comes and, once again, his sub bass melts your cones. Immaculate.
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out of stock $8.92
CALIBRE/VARIOUS
Cat: FABRIC 136. Rel: 19 Mar 13
Drum And Bass
  1. Calibre - "Intro"
  2. DRS - "Keep The Faith" (feat Calibre)
  3. Calibre - "Clipper Man"
  4. DJ Marky & SPY - "Yellow Shoes" (Calibre remix)
  5. Bo Saris - "She's On Fire" (Calibre remix)
  6. Marcus Intalex - "Emergency" (dub)
  7. Random Movement - "Down Somehow"
  8. Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs - "Garden" (Calibre remix)
  9. Calibre - "Simple Things"
  10. Spectrasoul - "Away With Me" (feat Tamara Blessa - Calibre remix)
  11. Zero - "Refusal" (feat Steo - Calibre mix)
  12. Lynx & Hellrazor - "Passing Time"
  13. Calibre - "Notting Hill"
  14. D-Bridge - "Inner Disbelief"
  15. Calibre - "Hummer"
  16. Kodo - "The Jackal" (D-Bridge remix)
  17. Calibre - "Fire & Water"
  18. Genotype - "Justice Over Law"
  19. Calibre - "Blazin"
  20. Calibre - "Student Music"
  21. Calibre - "Outro"
Review: Calibre has always been one of the more thoughtful members of the drum & bass fraternity, with a passion not just for rumbling rhythms, but also pleasing musicality. It's these two sonic traits that come to the fore on FabricLive 68, his first contribution to the London super club's long running mix series. While there are plenty of sublime moments punctuated by punchy percussion, it's the more fluid, musically complex tracks that stand out (see the twinkling pianos of DRS's "Keep The Faith", Marky & SPY's carnival-tastic "Yellow Shoes (Calibre Remix)" and Zero's "Inner City Life"-ish "Refusal"). As a result, FabricLive 68 is a loose, languid journey through D&B's greener pastures.
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Played by: Kid Fonque
out of stock $5.68
CIA
Cat: CIAUKLP 001. Rel: 15 Nov 12
Drum And Bass
  1. Total Science & SPY - "Past Lives" (feat Kevin King - Lenzman remix)
  2. Break - "Slipstream"
  3. Calibre - "Clipper Man"
  4. 8 Bitys & Q Project - "Low End Theory"
  5. Serum - "Vendetta"
  6. Riya - "Stolen Moments" (feat Zero T)
Review: Some things are worth waiting for: it's been 11 years since Total Science's debut Tuned In collection. Not ones to fire out releases willy-nilly, they've toiled hard to curate an immaculate compendium that celebrates drum & bass's most timeless, enduring aspects. Over three plates we're treated to some immense cuts that will tickle all D&B DJs flavours. Break's outrageous sub session "Slipstream", Calibre's dubcentric stepper "Clipper Man" and Serum's ghetto-bang drama screamer "Vendetta" are just three of these gems. Get tuned in or go home!
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Played by: Syncopix
out of stock $18.66
Corner Dance EP (double 12")
Cat: SIG 009. Rel: 08 Jun 06
Drum And Bass
  1. Corner Dance
  2. True Stories
  3. V Neck
  4. Dirty Mind
Review: Another high quality EP in his signature style from Calibre. 'Corner Dance' is a gorgeous piece of future soul, constructed with solid, unrelenting percussion, heavy subs, plunging bass, animated flute flourishes, restrained vocals and sparkling keys. 'True Stories' on the flip side, blends lively classical strings with snappy beats and lava flow bass. The second vinyl includes both tracks 'V Neck' and 'Dirty Mind', which are just as exhilarating.
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out of stock $10.81
Cat: SIG 010. Rel: 17 Jan 07
Drum And Bass
  1. Carry Me Away
  2. Mr Right On
Review: "Carry Me Away" features a sublime layered amen, warm bass, distant piano and dreamy soulful vibes. "Mr Right On" is a hypnotic jazz roller. Think St Germain meets d&b and your getting close. Nobody does d&b quite like Calibre!
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out of stock $5.40
Waterfall (12")
Cat: SIG 011. Rel: 14 Jun 07
Drum And Bass
  1. Waterfall
  2. What I Feel (feat Myrrh Ce)
Review: Calibre and Zero Tolerance drop this amazing 12" featuring impeccable vocalists Merci. The intoxicating funky a-side, "Waterfall", has been winning over the hearts and minds of d&b's cutting edge DJ's for months. These include Fabio, D Bridge, Commix, High Contrast, Lee, Friction, Doc Scott, Klute, Marcus Intalex and more.
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out of stock $6.35
Shelflife (4xLP)
Cat: SIGLP 002. Rel: 03 Sep 07
Drum And Bass
  1. Venus & Mars
  2. Stay High
  3. Stcal Roller
  4. Part Of Me
  5. Easy On My Mind
  6. Acrobat
  7. Re Entry
  8. Piece Of Mind (feat Lariman)
Review: "Shelf life" contains 21 unreleased classic tracks covering d&b, house, broken beat and dub productions (from 1997 to 2005). There aren't many artists that have a veritable vault of back dated and in demand tracks, but Calibre is an exception to the rule. None of the tracks on "Shelf Life" have ever been on CD format before and have only been played by a select few lucky enough to have been given them on plate.
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out of stock $21.09
Spill (3xLP + CD)
Cat: SIGLP 009. Rel: 16 May 13
Drum And Bass
  1. Think On
  2. Close To Me
  3. Cully Bridge
  4. Simple Things
  5. Key Fix
  6. Sick Of It All
  7. Dema Beats
  8. Running
  9. Think On
  10. Keep Control
  11. Close To Me
  12. Cully Bridge
  13. Simple Things
  14. Start Again (feat Chimpo)
  15. Do Not Turn On
  16. Wilderness (feat Steo)
  17. Key Flix
  18. Paragov
  19. Sick Of It All
Review: Given his status as one of drum and bass's true heavyweights; you'd expect this eighth Calibre full-length to be one of the most hotly anticipated jungle sets of the year. Certainly, it's a fine effort, packed with emotion-rich atmospherics, fizzing rhythms and intricate, occasional beautiful, musical touches. He seems to be at his best when concentrating on musicality, as the delightful "Close To Me', soulful "Wilderness" and summery "Do Not Turn On" prove. There are, of course, rawer moments (see the tech-tinged "Simple Things" and dubstep flex of "Start Again"), but these don't hit nearly as hard as his effortlessly soulful compositions.
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out of stock $23.53
Spill (CD)
Cat: SIGCD 009. Rel: 14 May 13
Drum And Bass
  1. Dema Beats
  2. Running
  3. Think On
  4. Keep Control
  5. Close To Me
  6. Cully Bridge
  7. Simple Things
  8. Start Again (feat Chimpo)
  9. Do Not Turn On
  10. Wilderness (feat Steo)
  11. Key Flix
  12. Paragov
  13. Sick Of It All
Review: Given his status as one of drum and bass's true heavyweights, you'd expect this eighth Calibre full-length to be one of the most hotly anticipated jungle sets of the year. Certainly, it's a fine effort, packed with emotion-rich atmospherics, fizzing rhythms and intricate, occasional beautiful, musical touches. He seems to be at his best when concentrating on musicality, as the delightful "Close To Me', soulful "Wilderness" and summery "Do Not Turn On" prove. There are, of course, rawer moments (see the tech-tinged "Simple Things" and dubstep flex of "Start Again"), but these don't hit nearly as hard as his effortlessly soulful compositions.
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out of stock $11.09
Cat: SIG 018. Rel: 18 Jun 12
Drum And Bass
  1. Temple Step
  2. Simple Emotion
Review: Put your hands up if you remember Calibre's exceptional "Steptoe" from a few years back! Deep hypnotic dub made with a D&B mindset, it resonated with true sub low funk and that unique soul the Belfast producer has always maintained. Well here's another track cut from a similar sonic cloth; "Temple Step" is like "Steptoe's" meaner, moodier brother. More spacious than a Hummer glove box, darker than a Frankie Boyle joke, this is deep and deadly material. Meanwhile on the B "Simple Emotion" takes up back up the swift, lightfooted hats and fat kicks Calibre is best known for. With a warped bass groove and dark, minimalist production approach, this is guaranteed to add great texture to your next set.
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out of stock $7.56
Shelflife 3 (3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SIGLP 010. Rel: 01 Apr 14
Drum And Bass
  1. Miraculous
  2. Honey Dew
  3. Bellamee
  4. Instant
  5. Sagan
  6. Eschaton (feat Mc Drs)
Review: Drum & bass's most unique gentleman Calibre plunders his vaults to compile a new collection of unreleased gems through the ages. As you'd expect, the end result is a timeless assault of lush grooves, soulful sonics and sweet skippy riddims. From the soft jazz insistency of "Honey Dew" to the hollowed harrowed bass tones of "Bellamee" via the harder, rave-referencing "Sagan" and the deep bass gurgles and DRS's reggae-style vocals on "Eschaton", the only issue here is the fact Calibre hasn't released them sooner. Unarguably incredible.
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out of stock $27.86
Run Away (12")
Cat: SIG 020. Rel: 11 Sep 14
Drum And Bass
  1. Run Away
  2. Somethin Heavy
Review: Does drum and bass get any better than this? Two of the finest names in the genre club together for "Run Away", met in the middle by the man like Fox who puts his vocal stylings into the mix. Rolling out smooth, it's that lulling bassline and softly-spoken chorus that takes the edge off punchy drums and signature Intalex-style strings from the pad section. Fans have been waiting for a release on this for some time now - finally, it's ownable. Showing that they can still deliver tastier goods for the dancefloor, "Something Heavy" is a funk-fuelled hips-mover with Fox sending out his raggamuffin sounds over down and dirty bass. You've heard it in the dance, now get it on repeat.
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out of stock $9.19
Cat: SIGCD 010. Rel: 01 Apr 14
Drum And Bass
  1. The Wash
  2. Miraculous
  3. Honey Dew
  4. Fear Of Letting Go (feat DRS)
  5. Makes Me Feel Alright
  6. Bellamee
  7. Instant
  8. Off Key
  9. Sagan
  10. Eschaton (feat DRS)
  11. To & Fro
  12. Rooftops
  13. Erode
Review: Given his status as one of drum and bass's true heavyweights; you'd expect this eighth Calibre full-length to be one of the most hotly anticipated jungle sets of the year. Certainly, it's a fine effort, packed with emotion-rich atmospherics, fizzing rhythms and intricate, occasional beautiful, musical touches. He seems to be at his best when concentrating on musicality, as the delightful "Close To Me', soulful "Wilderness" and summery "Do Not Turn On" prove. There are, of course, rawer moments (see the tech-tinged "Simple Things" and dubstep flex of "Start Again"), but these don't hit nearly as hard as his effortlessly soulful compositions.
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out of stock $10.81
Release Me (12")
CIA
Cat: CIADK 001. Rel: 01 Dec 06
Drum And Bass
  1. Release (feat Georg Levin)
  2. Basic
Review: "Release Me" features the vocals of Georg Levin while "Basic" catches Calibre on a more moody day. The track is full of rolling breaks, Detroit stabs and a heavyweight bassline holding the track together.
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out of stock $6.48
Steptoe (12")
Cat: SIG 016. Rel: 18 Mar 10
Drum And Bass
  1. Steptoe
  2. Silence
Review: Signature drop Calibre's best work to date with "Steptoe." A deft halfstepper that displays rigid programming and sumptuous bass weight, this is a subtle killer from Calibre. It has hint of jungalism and the peaceful melodies set it apart from the rest of his work. B-side "Silence" is less refined but rolls out a worthy number in itself.
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out of stock $6.76
The Deep (CD)
Cat: SIGCD 012. Rel: 28 Mar 17
Drum And Bass
  1. No One Gets You
  2. Up In Smoke
  3. Mr Natural
  4. Footloose
  5. Lit
  6. Give It Up
  7. Complain
  8. Enter
  9. Blind For Bang
  10. Echoes
  11. Better Than Me
  12. Gentle Push
  13. Round Box
Review: When it comes to making drum and bass that strikes a balance between the needs of DJs and home listeners, few are better than Dominick Martin AKA Calibre. It's for this reason that the album format suits him so well. The Deep, his 12th full-length in total, could well be his best set yet. Jam-packed with effortlessly soulful moments, evocative piano flourishes, rich live instrumentation and yearning vocals, it's a far more expansive and ambitious set than most D&B albums. It also supplements his trademark, club-ready rollers with tracks that look to modern soul, jazz breaks, dub and R&B for inspiration. Throughout, Martin barely puts a foot wrong, delivering a set that more than stands up to repeat listens.
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out of stock $11.63
CIA
Cat: CIAQS 005. Rel: 15 Sep 15
Drum And Bass
  1. Another (5:28)
  2. Posh Boy (5:37)
  3. Dreamz Dub (5:58)
  4. Believe It (5:55)
Review: One of the most prolific and consistent men in drum & bass, Calibre returns to Total Science's CIA with a quartet of golden rollers: "Another" hums with silky subs and perfectly positioned vocal echoes, "Posh Boy" reminds us of Calibre's darker underbelly as alien bass tears squiggle and sneer over crisp two-steps, "Dreamz Dub" opens up with beautiful strings and distant horns before switching into an immense classic jungle retrospective while "Believe It" closes the show with another simple vocal sample that wraps itself around his lean skippy beats. Perfect.
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out of stock $8.92
Condition (3xLP)
Cat: SIGLP 007. Rel: 27 Sep 11
Drum And Bass
  1. Nottinghill
  2. Who's Singing
  3. Garbage Man
  4. Schlager
  5. No More
  6. Windows
Review: Majestic album from Calibre, who has long been heralded as a genius in D&B circles. His sixth studio album does nothing to dispel this belief and signals a return to his early noughties heyday when he knocked out sublime and understated but fully formed musical gems for fun. "Condition" has a slightly sunnier disposition than his 2010 long player Even If, but still retains the beautifully melancholic touch that has become Calibre's trademark. Standout tracks "Who's Singing" and "Mirage" are both haunting lessons in liquid and the tougher edged "Garbage Man" and "Schlager" are built for maximum impact. A must have.
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out of stock $28.11
Iron Balls (12")
Cat: SIG 021. Rel: 04 Nov 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Iron Balls (5:20)
  2. Angle Breach (5:17)
Review: It's by Calibre and it has balls in the title... Does any more need to be said? Not really, but credit where it's due - no artist comes close in consistency, proliferation and out-and-out distinctive style than Calibre. Here he is in "Posh Boy" mode - all sizzling in the bass and hazy in the chords - "Iron Balls" is nasty but restrained, cruel but kind, furious but funk. "Angel Breach" takes us even deeper into Calibre's darker side with a ricochet drum set and bassline that ploughs deeper and deeper into the abyss. There's no mucking around here - just up dark style Calibre.
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out of stock $9.19
Shelflife 4 (4xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SIGLP 011. Rel: 26 Feb 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Space Time (feat Cleveland Watkiss) (5:34)
  2. Model Way (5:37)
  3. Down On You (5:14)
  4. Amen Tune (feat DJ Marky) (5:20)
  5. Underfire (7:17)
  6. Bottles & Airports (5:36)
  7. Justice (5:38)
  8. Love Worn Soul (5:50)
Review: No other artist in the game could pull a stunt like this off: Such is his proliferation, Calibre's Shelflife series are his way of gathering ideas that he felt weren't right for single releases, or dubs that he just never got round to putting out. As with previous editions, the whole collection rolls like an album due to his consistent, spacious signature. Highlights: How about every track? You need specifics? The piano-slapping sunny-side opener "Latin Way", the big jazzy washes and lolloping rolls on "Model Way", the pushy, gritty breaks on "Spirit Catcher", the wriggling drums, stark minimalism and mid 2000s techno feel to the hook on "Underfire". We could go on and on. It's Calibre - you know what to do.
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out of stock $34.89
CIA
Cat: CIAQSLPS 001. Rel: 02 Jun 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Q Project - "Champion Sound" (DLR 2016 remix) (5:58)
  2. Calibre - "Under Bars" (5:37)
  3. Total Science - "Respect Due" (5:02)
Review: Celebrating 20 years of CIA (and switching from The Funky Technicians to Total Science) Quiff and Spinback have curated an almighty album with some of their label's most popular artists alongside a bunch of label debutants. Here's a taste of the LP with DLR's sinewy tech take on Quiff's 93 agenda-maker "Champion Sound", a sultry slice of piano gold from Calibre and dubbed out stepped jam from the guys themselves as they pay homage to the likes of Digital and Spirit with "Respect Due". Immense.
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out of stock $8.92
Cat: SIGCD 013. Rel: 28 Jun 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Makes Me
  2. Leave
  3. The Dep
  4. Addict
  5. City Life (with DRS)
  6. Jaboc
  7. Two Ones
  8. Self
  9. Deep Down
  10. Bluesday (with Marcus Intalex)
  11. Funny Games
  12. Jass
Review: While Calibre's studio albums are invariably superb, his periodic Shelflife compilations of unreleased tracks and tried-and-tested dubplates are often even better. Predictably, this fifth volume in the series not only hits the spot, but also contains some genuinely grade-A material. Many will naturally gravitate towards high-class DRS hook-up "City Life" and the sought-after Marcus Intalex collaboration "Bluesday" (a typically warm, melodious and soulful affair), but there are plenty of other highlights amongst the 12 tracks on. These largely tend towards the more sun-kissed and breezy end of the D&B spectrum, though there are some tougher and darker workouts (see the low-slung sci-fi growl of "Jaboc") amongst Calibre's waves of dancefloor positivity.
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out of stock $10.68
Like It Is (12")
Cat: INN 018. Rel: 02 Dec 06
Drum And Bass
  1. Like It Is
  2. The Way You Move
Review: The A-track "Like It Is" is a subtle tune that leads into the healthier, more melodious side of d&b. Flip for a more basic and raw roller with some haunting samples. For the ones who doubt.. Calibre is still the man.
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out of stock $6.48
Typical Things (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: INN 093. Rel: 01 May 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Typical Things (6:12)
  2. Simple Sa (6:24)
Review: Calibre on Marky's Innerground - do we need to say any more? Once again the Belfast auteur sends us dizzy with his broad strokes across the D&B spectrum. "Typical Things" plunges us into his darker dancefloor side, similar to that of his killer "4AM" EP on 31, with a pulsating bass warp and stripped back architecture while "Simple Sa" dusts off the steel string for more of a sunset lullaby loaded with his own gilded dulcets. A match made in heaven.
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out of stock $8.38
The Key (10")
Cat: EXIT 003. Rel: 29 Jun 06
Drum And Bass
  1. LIS - "The Key"
  2. Calibre - "Overation"
Review: Exit launch the 'Aptitude' series, focusing on one off, beautifully packaged items for the collectors market. Debut release in this series features a sublime double header from Calibre and L.I.S.
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out of stock $6.48
Strumpet EP (double 12")
Cat: EXIT 057. Rel: 19 May 15
Drum And Bass
  1. Strumpet (6:53)
  2. Stranger (5:55)
  3. The Sweet (5:35)
  4. Concrete (5:28)
Review: Calibre on Exit... Need we say more? Four tracks deep, each one as subtle and classy as you'd expect. "Strumpet" balances swooning somnambulant strings, distant harmonies and a bumping bass that billows with the perfect amount of gruff. "Stranger" is a sharper, steppier blend with metallic twists to the undulating subs, "The Sweet" is all about the rhythm thanks to insistent percussive jungle shakers and a drum dynamic that switches from lean to mean at the drop of a snare. Finally we hit "Concrete". The hardest track of the pack; here we find Calibre in a more unrelenting mood as an array of bass tones ebb and flow over a thicker, more robust rhythm. The clue's in the title... Calibre is indeed a sonic strumpet of highest order.
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out of stock $18.66
Cat: FUNC 045. Rel: 24 Jul 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Push Through It (5:25)
  2. Trees In The Wind (5:22)
Review: Calibre on Digital's Function. Life doesn't get much better than this. The Belfast doyen has brought along his mate Jet Li for the ride and the results are every bit as golden as you'd expect. "Push Through It" is an immaculate string affair with that classic Signature poignancy while "Trees In The Wind" echoes with a marbled synth texture, sudden flickers of piano and yearning guitar twangs. A match made in soulful roller heaven.
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out of stock $11.36
Cat: SUICIDE 061. Rel: 03 Jan 12
Drum And Bass
  1. Cern, Dose & Teknik - "Huntville"
  2. Break - "Freak"
  3. Mindscape & Jade - "Orion"
  4. Calibre - "Student Music"
Review: Klute's imperious Commercial Suicide proffer the third double vinyl sampler pack from the excellent label compilation CD that slipped out in the final moments of 2011. Across the 48 inches of wax present there are some exclusive and naturally heavyweight contributions from some of Commercial Suicide's finest artists with Cern, Dose & Teknik teaming up on the opening track "Huntville" with suitably explosive results - not least the nuclear strength bass line that ripples throughout menacingly. Alongside it Break goes all 25th Century tech step on the quite brilliant "Freaks" whilst "Orion" occupies similar space whilst focusing on a more grinding bassline. The ever excellent Calibre ensures that age old adage about best till last is pertinent here with the paranoid steppahs delight of "Student Music" a considered highlight.
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out of stock $10.76
Cat: GA 001. Rel: 24 Oct 11
Drum And Bass
  1. Falling Down
  2. The Void
Review: ST Files steps out of Marcus Intalex's shadow for the inaugural release on his very own Grey Audio label. Collaborating with the legendary Calibre on "Falling Down", the pair deliver a tough, unrelenting tech step monster, with razor sharp drums, spooky FX and nasty bass frequencies. Flipping the script, solo effort "The Void" rides in on a liquid tip with smooth pads and swooping strings the order of the day here. This will undoubtedly become an imprint to look out for - sheer quality all the way.
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out of stock $7.56
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