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HMZ 005 (Demdike Stare RMX) (limited to 300 copies 140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HMZ 005. Rel: 11 Nov 19
Bass
  1. GOJI (6:10)
  2. GOJI (Demdike Stare Hypersensitive World remix) (6:37)
Review: After a strong and distinctive run of outsider electronics from artists like Meze, Plants Army Revolver and Nicolo, HomeMadeZucchero founder Giesse steps up to the plate with a deadly concoction that uses breakneck drum programming to whip up a feeling somewhere between technical jungle and hyper-modern dubstep. Where "GOJI" is all sharp angles and bold sound design, the mighty Demdike Stare are on hand to deliver a remix that shirks convention (would you expect any less?) by barreling into a noise-caked tunnel of intensity that opens out into a fractured breakbeat meditation broken up with flamboyant handbrake turns to keep the dancers on their toes.
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Shuriken Vol 3 (red vinyl 12")
Cat: SHA 159. Rel: 12 Nov 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Icicle - "Dreadnaught" (feat SP MC) (4:51)
  2. Spectrasoul - "Away With Me" (feat Tamara Blessa - Calibre remix) (5:16)
  3. Friction & K Tee - "Set It Off" (4:36)
  4. Alix Perez & Sabre - "Solitary Native" (7:21)
Review: Yes Mr Freeze this one's real cold! Shogun delve deep into their 15 year deep vault and pick four outstanding moments from their extensive catalogue for the special collectors vinyl series. Kicking off with the certified anthem "Dreadnaught", it's a wall-to-wall vibe fest with tracks that aren't just the best in Shogun's catalogue but some of the best drum & bass tunes releases this century full stop. If you have so much as a smidgeon of D&B interest then you'll already know how good these are. Calibre's timeless singalong remix of SpectraSoul's "Away With Me", Friction & K-Tee's ruckus-triggering "Set It Off" and the cult collaboration between Perez and Ivy Lab's Sabre "Solitary Native". If you focus you can see the speaker vibrate.
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Fate EP (12")
Cat: ONEF 022. Rel: 12 Nov 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Fate (4:55)
  2. No Sleep (6:06)
  3. Return Of Enel (4:57)
  4. Pastell (5:17)
Review: From Cologne with badness, man-of-the-moment Submarine comes correct on label-of-the-moment 1985 with his best release to date. Four tracks deep, each one reflecting just how exciting drum & bass is right now. "Fate" takes the lead with its crunchy groove and gruff 40-a-day bass grunts, "No Sleep" is a barbed drifter with an air so solemn it'll have you wearing black for the rest of your living days and "Return Of Enel" gets all snake-like in the bass department while the drum sounds flicker and morph on every 32. Finally "Pastell" closes with its purring subs and glacial pads. Coming on strong like a homage to the sound and attitude of Perez's label, it leaves you hungry for more.
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Shadows (3xLP limited to 200 copies)
Cat: FUNC 050. Rel: 12 Nov 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Calibre/Jet Li - "Least Loved" (5:27)
  2. Kiat - "Stranger Things" (6:05)
  3. Digital - "Dub Conscious" (5:18)
  4. Nomine vs Outrage - "Born Again" (4:53)
  5. Killjoy - "Ghosts Of Old" (7:49)
  6. Digital - "Deadline" (Need For Mirrors remix) (6:01)
  7. Seba/Jr Vallo - "Wasabi" (6:16)
  8. Total Science/War - "Second Wave" (5:38)
  9. DJ Trace - "Spirits" (5:22)
  10. Digital/Spirit Vs Flava/Dissect - "Primal" (Resound remix) (4:54)
  11. Drumsound/Bassline Smith - "Gods Never Die" (4:34)
  12. Klute - "Sick Of It All" (5:41)
Review: The one and only Digital celebrates his label's 50th release with this incredible V/A collection featuring some of the most important names and artists in the movement. Calibre, Klute, Kiljoy, Need For Mirrors, Drumsound & Bassline Smith and many more all feature on the album, ensure the Function signature broadsword, open-armed sound remains as developed and varied as it's known for being. Highlights include Calibre & Jet Li's drum-heavy drama stepper "Least Loved", the unabashed bashment of Digital's own "Dub Conscious", Seba & Jr Vallo's epic growler "Wasabi", DJ Trace's wild breakbeat ruckus "Spirits" and Klute's insane "Sick Of It All". These are just examples of a completely killer collection with no filler whatsoever. All contrasts, shades, styles and energies, Digital does not mess around!
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Cat: EXIT 087. Rel: 12 Nov 19
Drum And Bass
  1. The Sorrow In Ronan (2:46)
  2. Worth The Pain (feat Alia Fresco) (4:00)
  3. Acidize (feat DBridge) (6:28)
  4. Triangle (4:53)
  5. No Team (feat Lorn) (4:44)
Review: Following releases and appearances on Astrophonica, Rua Sound and None60 the incredibly talented Lewis James makes his Exit debut with this remarkable five track EP. If you've followed his previous, you'll know how untypical, exciting and disarmingly deep and emotive this music is before you even press play. Highlights include the heart-hugging soul of "Worth The Pain" with Danish singer Alia Fresco (who you will recognise from dBridge and Kid Drama releases in the past) the stalking beat punctuation and tension of "Acidize" (with the bossman dBridge on collaborative assist) and the genuinely epic, bittersweet finale "No Team", a collaboration with none other than Lorn! Everything about this EP has been executed with thought, detail and soul. No one does things like Lewis or indeed Exit. Beautiful.
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Cat: METALP 16. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Nothing Lasts Forever (6:46)
  2. State Of Delusion (5:11)
  3. Funk Control (4:48)
  4. The Seeker (4:59)
  5. High Fives & Devil Eyes (5:33)
  6. Stolen Memories (5:36)
  7. First Sound (3:47)
  8. Torn Apart (5:45)
Review: Scar aka Script and Survival have straddled the divide of underground and more accessible drum & bass for years. After various outings on Metalheadz, they're now signed up exclusively and offer a brand new album that mixes up historic ideals, new school visions and hard hitting grooves in equal measure. There are future rollers like "State Of Delusion" next to sublime and soul infused gems like "Funk Control" and "Stolen Memories". "The Seeker" goes deep on a wave of razor sharp synth work and "High Fives & Devil Eyes" is the darkened late night stepper that will awaken any floor. An accomplished album that works away from the club as much on a hefty sound system.
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Cat: HYPE 081. Rel: 13 Nov 19
Deep House
  1. Take Anymore (feat Quails - club mix) (5:44)
  2. And Go (8:02)
  3. System (Power mix) (6:57)
  4. Time & Space (4:31)
Review: Having built up a considerable empire with his Lobster Theremin labels, Jimmy Asquith has been increasingly focusing on his own productions via a self-titled label and now this surefooted appearance on the mighty Hypercolour. "Take Anymore" is a rugged garage burner with nasty, dirty drums and a nagging chord line, cheeky false-ending edits and plenty more besides. "And Go" is a gutsy fist-shaker with brittle percussion geared towards the hard-jacking DJs, while "System (Power Mix)" interprets the deep house template with a particularly spicy take. "Time & Space" flips things up once more with some wild and wobbly jungle, confirming Asquith's skill at all forms of rowdy and raw dance music.
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Timelines Part 1 (12" repress)
Cat: NONPLUS 050A. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Pacific Heights (5:46)
  2. Sakura (6:18)
  3. Photograph (5:45)
  4. End Credits (6:02)
Review: Eight years after their ground-breaking "Resolution 653" full length, pioneering duo Instra:mental make a welcome return with their new album Timelines, and this first selection of tunes from it gives you a good idea why. "Pacific Heights" is a jumble of minimal drum beats and futuristic synth smears that is atmospheric, while "Sakura" is more sparse and zoned out thanks to forlorn chords which speak of romantic pain. Things slow down into deep rubbery rhythms on the lush "Photograph" while "End Credits" has an unexpected Balearic vibe to it, with breezy chords making for a mood that feels akin to gazing out to sea.
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Cat: TMR 013. Rel: 12 Nov 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Altered States (6:35)
  2. Moidfy (5:02)
  3. Sanctuary (5:39)
Review: After their rise from the ashes in 2016, Transmute returned all Amen guns blazing with some massive wax slabs from the likes of Enjoy, Infect, Drum Cypha, Law & Wheeler, Tim Reaper and many more on their series of V/A EPs. After a brief break in releases, they hit us with their first 2019 release from one of the most under-the-radar acts in contemporary jungle - Fushara. All three cuts as brutal, layered and crisp as each other, there's something refreshing about the arrangement and unabashed craziness of each track. With a whole body of work that dates back to the late 2000s, if this is your first Fushara experience, you've got a massive treat in store. And if it isn't, then you'll already know how good this is!
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Soft Moon (12" repress)
Cat: XK 007. Rel: 05 Nov 19
Deep House
  1. Soft Moon (7:01)
  2. Oh La La (7:20)
  3. About You (6:20)
  4. La Esperanza (6:43)
Review: Brazilian producer Coastdream has been seen previously on the likes of Deeptrax, Paling Trax and Renascence and now shows up on London purveyors of dreamy lo-fi house X-Kalay. The title track will take you back to that Second Summer Of Love with its retro euphoric vibes, as will the deep tribal house of "Oh La La". It's over to The Windy City circa '89 on the dusty and saturated emotions of "About You" while "La Esperanza" throws a right curveball at us launching a dark junglist stepper circa '94 right at ya. An EP that joins the dots between several seminal moments across dance music history in fine fashion. Tip!
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Lost On Purpose (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: FLTPTRN 001LP. Rel: 18 Oct 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Lost On Purpose (6:53)
  2. Somewhere Back There (6:01)
  3. Breaking The Mold (5:49)
  4. Living In A Dream (with TRAC) (4:43)
Review: Lost On Purpose takes four tracks from Random Movement's 15 track full length and offers a great cross section of his style. The title track is a philosophical journey on crisp boom bap and rolling liquid drums, while "Somewhere Back There" is defined by its exquisite piano chords, which add plenty of tenderness to the drum work. "Breaking The Mold" gets down and dirty with a spraying baseline that will screw up any face, then the good times roll thanks to the feel good vibes of closer "Living In A Dream".
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Still Life (140 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: INSTINCT LP01. Rel: 18 Nov 19
UK Garage
  1. Frozen (4:23)
  2. Can't Run Away From Yourself (6:14)
  3. Passsing Storms (3:41)
  4. Home (5:17)
  5. Serenity (4:53)
  6. Fire (3:49)
  7. Memory (3:25)
  8. Badman (5:27)
  9. Ressurection (5:39)
  10. End Of A Road (3:50)
Review: Following seven sterling 12"s that have established him as a serious player in the garage department, Burnski seals the deal on his Instinct alias with an album that blows the scope of the project wide open. Just listen to the stirring strings of opening track "Frozen" or the jungle-flecked urgency of "Home" and you'll hear new dimensions to the sound revealing themselves with each listen. Steeped in cinematic imagery and loaded with obsessive levels of attention to detail, it's a powerful artistic statement that pushes Instinct to the forefront of Burnski's creative concerns.
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Played by: Kepler, INSTINCT
 in stock $21.81
90s Living (hand-stamped 10")
Cat: LTWHT 018. Rel: 22 Oct 19
Drum And Bass
  1. 90s Living (4:02)
  2. Intermission (3:35)
  3. Keeper Of The Lost (4:27)
  4. Carousel (4:37)
Review: The mysterious Bakground returns to Lobster Theremin and he's rolling with esteemed company as Sangam adds his deep threads to the weave. "90s Living" lives up to its name; big immersive atmospheric jungle, all loose around the edges but held together so firmly. "Intermission" provides no respite - the only break is the one that rolls beneath the shimmering keys. Meanwhile the flip "Keeper Of The Lost" takes us down to 150 on a robust set of rolling breaks before "Carousel" brings us back down to earth softly, deeply and ambiently.
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Whatever It Takes (green vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SUICIDELP 020. Rel: 25 Oct 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Broadside (5:23)
  2. Centre Of The Crystal (4:34)
  3. Flesh Eaters (4:58)
  4. Feeding The 5000 (4:58)
  5. It' S Enough To Make You Lose Your Mind (5:29)
  6. Parasomniac (4:45)
  7. Cerulean Blue (6:03)
  8. Highly Addictive (4:53)
Review: Since releasing his debut single in 1994, Tom Withers AKA Klute has been one of the most prolific and reliable artists in drum and bass, releasing well over half a century of single releases in the process. "Whatever It Takes" is his ninth LP in total and lands 21 years after his first. There's much to enjoy throughout, with the Ipswich-based artist giddily skipping between elastic, funk-fuelled workouts, soaring liquid anthems, marginally darker and moodier fare, acid-fired rollers and, as the album progresses, tech-house and techno-influenced four-to-the-floor cuts. Throw in a handful of melodious, IDM-flecked downtempo numbers and you have an ear-pleasing set of expertly produced electronic gems.
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Played by: Soul Intent
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Over Now (12")
Cat: SP 001. Rel: 17 Sep 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Over Now (7:07)
  2. Jupiterize (6:20)
Review: Seba and Paradox... If ever there was a D&B dream team, it's these guys. With collabos going back to 2005 on labels such as Hospital, Critical and Bassbin (to name but a few) their complementary vibes reach a new height as they set up a label strictly for them. And it starts right here. "Over Now" is pure cosmic soul sent from the year 2319, all planet-bounding breaks and hazy atmospheres, while "Jupiterize" whisks us off on a dreamy magic carpet ride around the galaxy as a jazzier spring is added to the evocative mix. Precision tag-team business, both men bring their a-game as always.
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Played by: Soul Intent
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Inferno (12")
Cat: ONEF 021. Rel: 08 Oct 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Inferno (feat T Man) (4:15)
  2. Get Physical (6:04)
  3. Flick Knife (7:10)
  4. Undress (6:00)
Review: Brussels mandem Bredren get all arsonist with this scorching EP debut for Alix Perez's 1985. Four tracks, each one a flamer, we kick off with the forthright headbutt of "Inferno" where T Man holds court with savage bars. Deeper into the EP we hit their classic stripped back rolling sound on "Get Physical" before "Flick Knife" cuts straight to the chase with some sinewy, creepy low end flourishes. Last but not least "Undress" gets everyone naked with some beautiful light-at-end-of-tunnel barbed soul. Four out of four, Bredren are firing right now.
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Cat: NHS 363CD. Rel: 06 Nov 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Final View From The Rooftops (feat Cydnei B)
  2. Build A Better World (feat Emer Dineen)
  3. Possible Worlds (feat Inja)
  4. The Prescription Is Love
  5. Lonely Sirens (feat Elsa Esmeralda)
  6. Kubrick's View
  7. She Slowly Caught Fire (feat Bulgarian Goddess)
  8. Time To Think (feat Inja & The Secretary-General)
  9. I Wish You Could See It Too (feat Urbandawn)
  10. Empty Seat At The Table (feat Whiney)
  11. Never Trust A Hippy
  12. Well That's A Switch
  13. Funkopolis
  14. Don't Give Up Now (feat Bulgarian Goddess)
Review: A couple of years back, London Elektricity's Tony Colman put together a "big band" to play soaring versions of cuts from his back catalogue at Hospitality In The Park. Two years on, he's gone further, delivering a new studio album - his first in three years - that offers up a particularly sumptuous, orchestrated take on drum and bass. There's barely a drum machine or sample in sight, while what electronic sounds are included have been used sparingly. It's impressive stuff, all told, with the assembled collective's warm and soulful sound providing enjoyable listening throughout the album's ten tracks. Is this the moment drum and bass grew up and became an established part of the musical order? Maybe, maybe not. Either way, "Building Better Worlds" is a very fine album.
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 in stock $7.53
The Series (2xLP)
Cat: INTLP 003S1. Rel: 15 Oct 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Savour (4:34)
  2. Broken Silence (4:40)
  3. Break My Soul (feat Steo) (4:45)
  4. Be Clear (4:32)
  5. Isolate (feat DRS) (4:54)
  6. Mortal (4:31)
  7. Perilous (4:32)
  8. Scratch The Surface (5:21)
Review: Integral by label name, integral to the scene full stop: Glenn and Zula's AI partnership has been a prominent and consistent voice over more than a decade. Since 2010 we've seen them dig deep into the album artform with "Stand Alone" kicking off a slew of LPs, currently climaxing with "The Series". Delivered over four parts - two last year, two this year - the full set spans their full gamut touching deep daydream rollers such as "Savour" to much darker, heavyweight pieces such as "Isolate". Each made for the club but executed with depth and restraint that lends itself to any scenario, it's a great way to sign out of this decade and prime us for what's to come. Integral by nature.
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Warp 6 (12")
Cat: SUBALT 022. Rel: 15 Oct 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Warp 6 (5:06)
  2. Ninja Technique (feat Chad dubz) (5:33)
  3. Walking Home (feat Koobas) (4:36)
Review: It's about time! Berlin-based badman Ill K returns with his first release in two years, and the wait is most definitely worth it. Three stinking cuts ranging from dubstep to hardcore, "Warp 6" takes the lead and brings us all up to speed with its rolling breaks, cathedral-sized bassline and ethereal tones. Two hefty collaborations follow; "Ninja Technique" sees Chad Dubz joining the fray for a stern-and-spacious mechanical funk tear-up while "Walking Home" (feat. Koobas) flips the 140 feels into a savage breakbeat workout. Watch out for the classic GQ sample and be careful where you park your car next time.
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 in stock $10.76
Night Selector EP (limited 12")
Cat: BRINGBACK 004. Rel: 29 Jul 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Night Selector (6:31)
  2. Light In Ghetto (5:30)
  3. Lobster P (5:08)
Review: Nodding to the days of widespread dance anonymity, where the focus was firmly placed on the music rather than reputations and brand hype, Bring Back's fourth release is soaked in hardcore and jungle tones in keeping with both the mysterious artist tip and the label's name. Basically music to make you sweat. 'Night Selector' is perhaps the least rave-y of the lot, and that's saying something considering its stretched amens and mysterious, futurist ambience. 'Light In Ghetto' throws itself fully into the revivalist movement, beautiful female lyrics and pitched vocal cuts crying out over a rhythm section that's stripped enough to make room for choppy, distorted keys. 'Lobster', meanwhile, plays with time signatures, paying respect to the roots of these sounds- dub and soundystem culture- in between full-throttle nastiness.
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New Age (12")
Cat: SUBB 008. Rel: 24 Sep 19
Drum And Bass
  1. New Age (6:48)
  2. Stone Cold (7:28)
Review: We've been waiting a LONG time for this! Loxy & Resound's most demanded dub since 2008, "New Age" has cult status and it's not hard to hear why; super spacious and so broad and vital in its sound, it still sounds futuristic to this day. "Stone Cold" kicks ass for a 2009 track, too. Once again unreleased and demanded by the heads for the last 10 years, this one takes us deeper down Loxy & Resound's rabbit hole, before that divine vocal cuts through the mix and it's game over. Ageless.
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Rhythm Seeker EP (limited heavyweight splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: SMDE 13. Rel: 22 Oct 19
Drum And Bass
  1. In My Dark (6:29)
  2. Rhythm Seeker (6:46)
  3. Mefo (7:52)
  4. Impact Proxy (4:57)
Review: Artilect returns to Samurai with more of his top tier silver blade business. Four tracks, each one as glacial as the last, we kick off with "In My Dark", a foreboding skittering track that scuttles like a venomous spider on ice. Three more forefront fires are lit in its wake: the running tribal tension of the title track "Rhythm Seeker", the savage-but-spacious mid 90s Dillinja headnod that is "Mefo" and the stark drumfunk finale "Impact Proxy". Each one tailored for 3am and onwards. Each one guaranteed to knock your dancefloor sideways, Artilect has cooked up some proper heavy tucker here.
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Cat: SUICIDECD 020. Rel: 24 Oct 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Broadside
  2. Centre Of The Crystal
  3. Flesh Eaters
  4. Feeding To 5000
  5. It's Enough To Make You Lose Your Mind
  6. Parasomniac
  7. Cerulean Blue
  8. Pop Will Eat You
  9. Highly Addictive
  10. Ghost Writer
  11. Handosme Boy Business School
  12. ORD/BWI
  13. Endless Seduction
  14. Have A Wonderful Life
Review: Since releasing his debut single in 1994, Tom Withers AKA Klute has been one of the most prolific and reliable artists in drum and bass, releasing well over half a century of single releases in the process. "Whatever It Takes" is his ninth LP in total and lands 21 years after his first. There's much to enjoy throughout, with the Ipswich-based artist giddily skipping between elastic, funk-fuelled workouts, soaring liquid anthems, marginally darker and moodier fare, acid-fired rollers and, as the album progresses, tech-house and techno-influenced four-to-the-floor cuts. Throw in a handful of melodious, IDM-flecked downtempo numbers and you have an ear-pleasing set of expertly produced electronic gems.
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Ra (12")
Cat: EARTHBASE 03. Rel: 22 Oct 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Ultima's Breath (6:04)
  2. Temple Of Ra (5:59)
  3. Ancestral Path (5:08)
  4. Flyring Disc (5:19)
Review: Having appeared on Cosmic Bridge's agenda-setting "Dark Matter" album in September, Leipzig's Es.tereo quickly follows up with his own persy statement. Four tracks deep, it's his first full label debut: "Ultima's Breath" sets the tone with dark tunnelling bass plucks and skittish breaks flying across the spectrum while "Temple Of Ra" strips things back and ups the trippy factor as he makes the drum chat and chirp to each other. Flip for "Ancestral Path" where the space between the drums is filled with growing, classic rave pads that gradually become the focus, rising and rising on the second drop before "Flying Disc" closes the show with a springy necksnap combo of drum textures from breaks to electro. All those in favour say "Ra".
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Cat: REPRV 021. Rel: 15 Oct 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Maya Warfare (7:37)
  2. Kali Ma (6:05)
  3. Mindblock (7:15)
  4. Nodowa (5:56)
Review: Hanzo on Repertoire. You don't even need to press play on this one. Both artist and label are making consistently sharp moves, exploring jungle and drum & bass' furthest quarters and this one is no exception. "Maya Warfare" puts you in the driver's seat. Skittered breaks and haunted tones, there's a schizoid sense of tension running throughout. It's backed by three more remarkable schematics; the ghostly, pipe-wield "Kali Ma", the dark mind-altering pads and classic hardcore elements of "Mindblock" and the dense, swathing rain forest romp "Nodowa". Immense.
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End Of Days (coloured vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: KMJOSLP 01. Rel: 29 Oct 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Family Of Intelligence - "The Seed" (4:16)
  2. Natural Instinct - "One God" (Drama1 remix) (4:37)
  3. Noise Factory - "Future 11" (The remix) (4:50)
  4. Potential Badboy - "Heavy" (5:34)
  5. Drama1 - "Bad Seed" (4:49)
  6. Potential Badboy - "Midnight Blues" (5:12)
  7. Java - "Badman" (4:30)
  8. Drama1 - "Make It Count" (4:40)
  9. Drama1 - "Hardcore" (4:35)
  10. Drama1 - "Battlefield" (feat Richie Davis) (4:22)
  11. Chatta B - "Worries 2night" (VIP) (4:29)
  12. Chatta B - "Laard Have Mercy" (3:43)
Review: The legendary Kemet celebrate the end of the decade by looking back through the vaults and putting together this really interesting retrospective that joins the dots between the OG jungle blueprints they first put out in the early 90s and aligning them with newer cuts they've put out since their return in 2016. Ranging from key back-in-the-day anthems from the likes of Family Of Intelligence, Potential Badboy and Noise Factory to trailblazers from new Kemet crew members like Drama1, "End Of Days" runs with a smooth consistency between the eras and remind us how timeless jungle will always be.
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Severance EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: GDNCE 009. Rel: 24 Sep 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Severance (5:58)
  2. Beg Of U (6:01)
  3. Lost Witness (6:03)
  4. Velvet (feat Ulterior Motive) (5:18)
Review: Fire in the hole! Following his Metalheadz EP earlier this year, Newcastle's Tyrone steps over to good mates Ulterior Motive at Guidance for a full four-track slab of D&B excellence. The title track is an absolute beast that slices through the air and space with incredible weight and width while elsewhere "Beg Of U" takes us on a tour of Tyrone's deeper space-aged side, "Lost Witness" rolls out with rattling menace and muscle and "Velvet" closes the deal on a deep introspective one with the label heads. Prepare to be severed.
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Planet 13 (12")
Cat: ADMM 43. Rel: 29 Oct 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Planet 13 (5:18)
  2. Antagoniser (5:19)
Review: True pioneer Ant Miles has returned to the game this year, gradually relaunching his "Liftin' Spirits" imprint which gave us so many hardcore classics and proto jungle blueprints. Blueprints like this from Ant and a very young Andy C way back in 1992. Both previously unreleased "Planet 13" and "Antagoniser" are white-knuckle breakbeat workouts that hum with pure sub trouble, clatter with wild breakbeats and surge with more rushes than any Black Friday sales queue. Undiluted, uncut, pure rave scuds.
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Just Stop (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ADMM 41. Rel: 17 Sep 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Just Stop (5:32)
  2. Flatline (5:27)
Review: Those whose jungle history goes all the way back to the formative days of drum & bass culture may remember Flatliner, an East London/Essex producer whose 1994 release on RAM Records, "The Big Bang", was something of an anthem at the time. The two previously unheard cuts showcased on this 12" - his first since the 1990s - were both recorded in 1995 when the producer was at the peak of his powers. "Just Stop" is particularly potent, with stabbing analogue bass, weighty sub-bass tones, minimalist bleeps and dreamy pads rising above a crunchy, pitched-up Amen break. "Flatline" is a little more rough and tough, with creepy chords and female vocal snippets riding a fiendishly edited, cut-up jungle rhythm and insanely weighty sub-bass.
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Insidious EP (marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: RA 002. Rel: 05 Nov 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Mono - "Machiavellian" (6:11)
  2. Slider & Expose - "Dark World" (6:22)
  3. Sicknote & Dissect - "Charge" (6:15)
  4. Drum Cypha - "Bad Hair Day" (5:23)
Review: Now this is how you do a 002... Following up their almighty launch release earlier this year, Bournemouth darkside imprint Rotation Audio let rip with another heavy multi-artist release, this time bringing more respected and hugely talented acts into the fray. Mono follows up his Shiro release with the crushing bleakness strikes and slams of "Machiavellian" before Slider returns to the label with Expose for the raw jungle breakbeat slammer "Dark World" followed by the late 90s Virus style snub-nosed pressure cooker "Charge" from Sicknote and Dissect. Last but not least Drum Cypha gives us some much needed grooming tips on "Bad Hair Day" by way of ravey stabs and heavy hardcore grit.
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Cat: OTON 121. Rel: 23 Jul 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Odds Against Us (5:48)
  2. BC 2 (5:33)
  3. Rhythm Ritual (5:51)
Review: The ever versatile and innovative Martyn goes back to his bass roots again with three explorations into three of the UK's most important offerings to the dancefloor: UKG, D&B and dubstep (the genre in which Martyn first made his name) The title track is an industrial strength two-step vibe-out with gloopy, oily textures around the molten steppy rhythm. "BC 2", meanwhile, takes us back to the late 90s/early 2000s. Think Photek, Johnny L, Source Direct and you're in the right dance. Finally "Rhythm Ritual" takes us back to 2008 with a bright bashy technoid twist on the ever-evolving dubstep schematics. Timeless.
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Tomodachi Sessions (gatefold red vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: NHS 362LP. Rel: 10 Oct 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Illuminate (feat Degs) (4:15)
  2. Shine On Through (feat Mountain & Karina Ramage) (4:11)
  3. Kosa (feat Keeno) (5:58)
  4. The Encounter (feat Bop) (5:40)
  5. Miles Ahead (feat DJ Marky) (4:11)
  6. Morning Sunrise (feat Danny Wheeler, G Force & Blu James) (4:55)
  7. Tokyo '96 (feat SPY) (5:24)
  8. Show Me How You Feel (feat Lorna King) (4:52)
  9. Dive (feat Polaris) (5:42)
  10. Liberta (feat Urbandawn) (4:34)
  11. Living For (feat Paul T & Edward Oberon) (5:28)
  12. Transparent (feat Whiney) (4:57)
  13. Mystic Crystals (feat Technimatic) (5:16)
  14. Nexus (feat Pola & Bryson) (4:13)
  15. Merchant Blessing (feat MC Conrad) (4:31)
Review: Makato is often cited as one of the pioneering founders of Japan's drum & bass scene. He's now up to his sixth studio album and it finds his airy, rolling, sweet flowing beats all present and correct. "Tomodachi Sessions" derived from a series of collaborations with close friends who have all played a part in his 25 year career. DJ Marky, S.P.Y, Bop and MC Conrad all feature and lend their own personalities to an album that offers celebratory hands in the air tracks like "Shine On Through" next to more late night dancers like "Transparent" and melodic explorations like "Show Me How You Feel".
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Rave Alarm (12")
Cat: NHS338 EP. Rel: 08 Aug 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Euphoria (4:08)
  2. Get Set Go (6:03)
  3. Rave Alarm (6:19)
  4. Running Man (5:15)
Review: In case you've not heard, Kings of the Rollers is a new D&B "super-group" featuring the combined talents of scene stalwarts Serum, Voltage and Blade Runner. This is their debut EP and, as you'd expect, it boasts far more hits than misses. As the Rave Alarm title makes clear, much of the material here is far more raw and intoxicating than your average Hospital release. Check, for example, opener "Euphoria", where razor-sharp electronic riffs bounce above fluctuating sub-bass and punchy jungle drums, and the rumbling gut-punch that is synth heavy title track "Rave Alarm". Elsewhere, Get Set Go is a fuzzy, hot-stepping workout, while closer "Running Man" wraps aggressive bass, creepy chords and ghostly flute lines around a retro-futurist riddim.
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CIA
Cat: CIAQS 021. Rel: 18 Jun 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Total Science - "Nosher" (The Sauce remix) (5:06)
  2. Zero T & Phase - "Talk To Me" (4:56)
  3. Total Science & Script - "Devils Gate" (5:13)
  4. Ill Truth & SATL - "Hot Data" (5:57)
Review: Oh gosh. Total Science ante up for the summer with this exceptional V/A EP on their CIA imprint. Kicking off with a crucial new remix of their classic "Nosher" by their new hybrid gang comprising of themselves, DLR and Hydro, full breadth and variation abounds as we dip into the gilded soul of Zero T & Phase's "Talk To Me", the gnarled grizzles and dubby danger of their own "Devils Gate" with Scar member Script and the grand finale; a heavyweight purring roller from two of the most respected newcomers in the game right now: Ill Truth and SATL. Each one a persy for different chapters of the night, any further information is classified.
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Cat: ONEF 016. Rel: 05 Apr 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Broken Home (4:36)
  2. Love Is The Law (4:46)
  3. Rebels (4:30)
  4. So So (5:03)
Review: There's been plenty of hype surrounding this collaboration between Dogger, Mindstate and Liam Bailey on Alix Perez's on-point 1985 Music label. Listening to the tracks, it's easy to see why. The trio's style is effortlessly soulful and gorgeously sun-kissed, with solid rhythms and basslines being accompanied by glistening guitar flourishes, dreamy vocals, warm pianos and chords that push positivity from and centre. Highlights are plentiful throughout, from the lilting, reggae-tinged D&B soul of "Rebels" and sumptuous sweetness of "Broken Home" - all punchy drums, twinkling pianos, cinematic strings and tear-jerking vocals - to the slowly building, ultra-deep shuffle of "So So".
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Presents 3 Tracks (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GRA 013. Rel: 24 Jun 19
Techno
  1. Olo - "Balast" (8:26)
  2. El Trick - "Ko Ko Dak Dak" (5:54)
  3. Palta - "Daeksel" (3:56)
Review: DJ Central presents three new aliases on this elegantly put together 12". Conjuring up the perfect recipe for a DJ Cake, Central blends and explores the likes of pulsating atmospheric techno on the track "Balast", smoothly escalating breaks on "Ko Ko Dak Dak" and hazy crackling ambient on the finale "Daeksel". Unique, inspiring and truly excellent works from the one they call DJ Central.



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Folio 2 (12")
Cat: ONEF 019. Rel: 21 Aug 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Alix Perez - "White Lies" (4:52)
  2. Submarine - "Grunge" (5:15)
  3. Scepticz & Lavance - "Flatline" (4:07)
  4. Hyroglifics & Visages - "Searching" (4:19)
Review: Some 15 months after the first multi-artist "Folio" EP landed in stores, 1985 Music has dropped a sequel. It's another all-action affair, with all four cuts hitting home hard. Label founder Alix Perez kicks things off with "White Lies", a minimalist roller where metallic percussion hits and evocative soul vocals rise above a thoroughly filthy, wobble-powered bassline. Label favourites Submarine step up with sub-heavy hot-stepper "Grunge", before Scepticz and Lavance take things up a notch or two via the industrial strength distorted bass, mind-altering electronics and punchy beats of "Flatline". To round things off, Hyroglifics and Visages get together on the skewed but energy-packed creepiness of "Searching".
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Cat: INT 054. Rel: 15 Jul 19
Drum And Bass
  1. All You Know (5:15)
  2. Smiles (feat Edlan) (4:32)
  3. Reflections (5:36)
  4. My Way (feat Concept & Shnek) (4:53)
Review: Artificial Intelligence welcome Austrian duo Air K & Cephei back to the fold with this gorgeous four-tracker. Their first full EP for the label, they've delivered in all directions; "All You Know" is a vocal hurricane armed with an equally hair-raising bassline, "Smiles" is an introspective-yet-sensual piano-tickler while "Reflections" is a genuine cosmic crusade built with layers and textures that go on for days. Finally "My Way" closes the show with a nice bit of closure. With added touches from Concept & Shnek, it's a powerful orchestral piece with all the essential drama you need in a summer set. Epic.
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1984 (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: SHA 155. Rel: 01 Oct 19
Drum And Bass
  1. 1984 (5:37)
  2. The Cut Deepens (feat Foreign Beggars) (4:30)
  3. Fade Away (6:03)
  4. Voices (4:53)
  5. Portraits Of The Unknown (interlude) (1:28)
  6. Forsaken (feat Peven Everett & Spectrasoul) (6:00)
  7. Intersections (feat Ursula Rucker & System) (3:27)
  8. I'm Free (5:23)
  9. Calm Of Cast (feat Yungun) (4:07)
  10. Myriads (6:21)
  11. Suffer In Silence (feat Zero T) (7:31)
  12. State 808 (5:23)
  13. Contradictions (5:44)
  14. No Grudge (feat Truth & Lynx) (5:04)
  15. Hemlines (feat Sabre) (6:17)
Review: It's been 10 years since Alix Perez blessed the world with his debut album "1984". To celebrate, Shogun Audio are re-releasing the album with all tracks available on vinyl for the first time and it sounds every bit as good as you'd hoped it would. A stark statement of intent that's aged incredibly well, this is where the London Belgian sowed some of his deepest seeds; from the beat variation and playful twists of space on tracks like "Voices" to the evergreen soul of "Forsaken" (still the only Peven Everett-fronted drum & bass track to this date) via the glitchy grime of "Calm Of Cast", it was clear, even back then, that Alix would go on to set whole new levels and benchmarks. This is a pivotal slice of history.
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31
Cat: 31RS 004. Rel: 11 Feb 14
Drum And Bass
  1. Shadow Boxing (Om Unit remix)
  2. Shadow Boxing (re-mastered original mix)
Review: Classic alert! Doc Scott revisits his NHS alias for this very special release on 31. The minute you hear that dark, groaning, ultimately evil, bassline you're whisked straight back in the smoky mists of 1996 - even if you were there at the time or not. Still dropped heavily by DJs to this day, this remastered revisit comes with a storming contemporisation from the on-point Om Unit. Identifying the creative potential between the bassline and his trademark halfsteps, it's one of the best D&B modernisations you'll hear all year.
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Cat: KBN 01. Rel: 15 Oct 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Reggae, Reggae, Reggae (5:11)
  2. Hardcore Piano (5:12)
  3. The Way Forward (4:48)
Review: A proper piece of history here, reissued for the first time since 1992; Tight Control was none other than A-Sides, one of drum & bass music's most long-standing and consistent contributors since before it even began. Here he is in formative hardcore mode, laying down three completely different designs: "Reggae, Reggae, Reggae" was a primer for ragga jungle with a high-vibed Dandy Livingstone sample, "Hardcore Piano" was a stately trip to outer space while "The Way Forward" takes you back down to earth through a shower of meteorite. It's really the way forward, too. A-Sides has always been in control.
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Liff Up (12")
Cat: INDEX 004. Rel: 21 May 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Yeah (4:13)
  2. Liff Up (3:28)
  3. Wicked (4:14)
Review: He's back at the controls! Breakage has been in his element since launching Index, rolling out jam after jam after jam. Rooted in the foundations, stripped back to the bare bones and designed to make both you and your speakers shake, everything he's delivered on the label so far has been prime mixing material and supported across the board. These are no exceptions; "Yeah" is a cantankerous shakedown with all the funk you'd expect from the man, "Liff Up" is minimal, bouncy and unhurried in its momentum while "Wicked" closes with a snaking sub that will both squeeze and bite you. Wicked and indeed bad, respect to Breakage.
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Techmosphere 03 (blue marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: SCI 027. Rel: 01 Nov 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Mav - "Northern Light" (Silence Groove remix) (5:39)
  2. Silence Groove - "Patterns" (5:54)
  3. Bungle - "None Of Them" (6:27)
  4. Actraiser - "Starsigns" (Random Movement remix) (5:45)
  5. Naibu - "Clouds" (Electrosoul remix) (5:21)
  6. DJ Trax - "Just Breath" (6:53)
Review: Techmosphere 03 is a monstrous 25 track album on Scientific Records that will be available digitally soon, but before that comes a sampler packed with six gems from it, three of which are originals, and the other three are remixes. Silence Groove's remix of "Northern Light" and his original "Patterns" are two silky and liquid rollers that go super deep, while Electrosoul's take on Naibu's "Clouds" is much more ragged and rhythmic thanks to its crisp hits and rasping bass. There's more raw energy on the crashing loops of DJ Trax's "Just Breath" but a heavenly vocal will also suspend you in a celestial atmosphere in between drum breaks.
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ILL 001 (dark green vinyl 10")
Cat: ILL 001. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Track 1 (5:30)
  2. Track 2 (5:24)
Review: This brand new label and brand new artist is unknown, but also said to be widely known. The music itself brims with quality: "Track 1" is a real roller, with a haunting top line that could be an oboe for the way it drifts so enchantingly up top. The drums are clean and crisp, with diffuse synths bringing warmth and soul to this deepest and dopest of tracks. "Track 2" is more aggy with its rattling fills and hardcore drum breaks bringing a more menacing feel to the dance floor. At once old school but also decidedly forward looking, this is classy drum & bass that is sure to get plenty of attention.
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GOLDIE/VARIOUS
Drum & Bass Life (mixed 4xCD)
Cat: 538702 0. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Goldie - "Inner City Life"
  2. Omni Trio - "Renegade Snares"
  3. Leviticus - "The Burial"
  4. Origin Unknown - "Valley Of The Shadows"
  5. Andy C - "Roll On"
  6. Asylum - "Bass 2 Dark"
  7. Roni Size - "Brown Paper Bag"
  8. Dj Hazard - "Air Guitar"
  9. John B - "Up All Night"
  10. Total Science - "Soul Patrol" (feat Mc Conrad)
  11. Logistics - "Together"
  12. Dj Zinc - "Casino Royale"
  13. Metalheadz - "Terminator"
  14. Renegade - "Terrorist"
  15. Peshay - "Psychosis"
  16. Shy Fx - "Shake Ur Body"
  17. Dj Marky & Xrs - "Lk"
  18. Baron - "Drive In, Drive By"
  19. Dj Hype - "Roll The Beats"
  20. Fresh - "Signal"
  21. Belly L - "Low Blow"
  22. Goldie - "I Adore You"
  23. Little Dragon - "Little Man" (Marcus Intalex remix)
  24. Dj Hazard - "Food Fight"
  25. Conquering Lion - "Code Red" (94 remix)
  26. Adam F - "Circles"
  27. 4 Hero - "Star Chasers"
  28. A Gut Called Gerald - "Like A Drug"
  29. Roni Size - "Watching Windows" (Dj Die Gnarly vocal mix)
  30. Cool Hand Flex - "Melody Madness" (Cool Hand Flex remix)
  31. Da Intelax - "What Ya Gonna Do"
  32. The Brothers Grimm - "Exodus (The Lion Awakes)"
  33. 2 Bad Mice - "Bombscare"
  34. Boogie Times Tribe - "The Dark Stranger" (Origin Unknown mix)
  35. Alex Reece - "Pulp Friction"
  36. Breakage - "Spread Out"
  37. Digital & Spirit - "Phantom Force"
  38. High Contrast - "Everything's Different" (Caliber remix)
  39. Voltage & Nicky Blackmarket - "Jazz Tickles"
  40. Total Science, Digital & Spirit - "Rumble"
  41. Voltage - "Losing"
  42. E Z Rollers - "Weekend World"
  43. Studio Pressure - "Jump"
  44. Doc Scott - "Rage"
  45. Dbridge & Vegas - "True Romance"
  46. Nookie - "Sound Of Music"
  47. Dragonfly - "Visions Of Rage"
  48. Da Intalex - "Nice & Slow"
  49. Q Project - "Champion Sound" (Alliance remix edit)
  50. Deep Blue - "The Helicopter Tune"
  51. Krust - "Soul In Motion"
  52. Doc Scott - "Blue Skies"
  53. Photex - "Minotaur"
  54. Ram Trilogy - "No Reality"
  55. Digital - "Waterhouse Dub"
  56. Dusky - "Yoohoo" (Ltj Bukem remix)
  57. Dj Fresh & Sigma - "Cylon"
  58. Goldie - "Digital"
  59. Photek - "The Hidden Camera"
Review: 2019 has been big for Goldie. The late summer saw the anniversary reissue of his second album "Saturnz Return", and now he's put together a bumper collection of drum & bass gems. Across "60 tracks that smashed it" as the release is sub-titled, the proudly British sound of drum & bass is explored and exposed thanks to music from all the key players including Roni Size, Doc Scott, Photex, Krust, DJ Zinc and many more familiar faces. Of course, the Metalheadz boss' own "Inner City Life" kicks off in triumphant fashion and the vibes keep coming thick and fast from there on in.
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Shuriken Vol 2 (pink vinyl 12")
Cat: SHA 147. Rel: 08 Jul 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Pola & Bryson - "Find Your Way" (feat Charlotte Haining) (5:17)
  2. Glxy & Gzb - "Yes Jah" (5:13)
  3. Mitekiss - "Some People" (4:34)
  4. Signal - "How Will I Know" (3:57)
Review: Shogun Audio dig deep into the vaults once again for a collection of long-demanded vinyl outings. Taken from right across the label's broad spectrum, we kick off with Pola, Bryson & Charlotte Haining's anthem sing-along "Find Your Way" before GLX follow with one of their darkest steppers to date "Yes Jah". Meanwhile on the flip Mitekiss's piano-massaging dreamweaver "Some People" before Signal's hurricane vocal headbutt "How Will I Know You" shuts down the session in timeless style. Grab it while you can.
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Mutant EP (double 12")
31
Cat: 31 RS044. Rel: 04 Oct 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Mutant (5:42)
  2. Dictate (6:25)
  3. Enigma (6:26)
  4. Step Two (6:04)
Review: Andre Sobota is Bungle, the Brazilian producer tearing up the contemporary drum & bass landscape with his hard hitting rhythms. He only tends to put out one EP a year, but that changes this autumn with three missives all landing in the space of two months. This is the first and features four cuts on two slabs of wax. "Mutant" starts out as an icy liquid roller before being ripped apart by rasping synths, "Dictate" is a glistening stomper with raga vocal stabs and melodic shimmers while "Enigma" is a dark, twisting and turning track that takes you down a rabbit hole. "Step Two" finishes things off in rump-wiggling jump up fashion and closes out a devastating release.
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Beach Bum (12")
Cat: DRP 018T. Rel: 16 Apr 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Beach Bum (6:53)
  2. Dred Sound (5:20)
Review: Glass in hand and bottle within easy reach, Dominic Angas - and his trusty Roland hardware - is ready to give us a taste of the good (Beach Bum) life. As you'd expect, the track itself is blessed with punchy, floor-pounding D&B drums and fuzzy, bowel bothering bass, but it's the other sonic elements he fixes to them - most notably some languid, Peter Green style electric guitar solos and the calming sound of lapping waves - that make the audio brew so potent. Given the track's intended Caribbean connections, it seems fitting that flipside "Dred Sound" is a bombastic stepper smothered in ragga MC vocal samples, paranoid noises and sub-bass so weighty that it could shake the foundations of even the sturdiest Jamaican rum warehouse.
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Dem Want It (limited 12")
Cat: AKO 150010. Rel: 15 Oct 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Dem Want It (VIP) (4:24)
  2. Ganja Dub (5:39)
Review: Back to 94! AKO bossman Stretch digs deep into the DAT vault for these hefty piece of jungle dubplate history. "Dem Want It (VIP)" is all about those rolling percussive breaks and that bulging sub. Minimalism with clarity and soul, this still pokes the hell out of systems to this day. "Ganja Dub" on the B brings a little more soul to the jam with some beautiful keys before dropping back into Stretch's signature ruffage, sub-led sound. Released as part of AKO Beatz 150th release celebrations - and already sold out on picture disc - neither track have seen the light of a full vinyl release until this year, yet both sound as future as they did 25 years ago. Beatz working.
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Beatbox (12")
Cat: ESO 021. Rel: 15 Oct 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Beatbox (6:26)
  2. Plexus (7:04)
Review: Long-time sonic sparring partners and kindred fusion spirits Paradox and Nucleus return to their Esoteric imprint for more glacial goodness. "Beatbox" is a perfect example of the two OGs' sonic palette. Unhurried, spacious and colder than an overnight party-for-one in a morgue. "Plexus", meanwhile, takes us even deeper down their rabbit hole. Stripped back to a well-chiselled two step, rolling break, cosmic pads that constantly mutate and a velvet sub bass that really pops when you drop this on a big rig, it's perfect hypnotic fodder for the 4am crew.
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