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That's What Friends Are For
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Cat: NMBRS 45. Rel: 28 Mar 16
Deep House
  1. That's What Friends Are For (6:09)
  2. That's What Friends Are For (dub) (5:38)
  3. In The Sticks (5:23)
  4. In The Sticks (No Kicks) (4:33)
Review: Adesse Versions returns to Numbers, following the runaway success of last year's Pride 12". "That's What Friends Are For" is a sturdy late-night builder, with the German producer gradually ratcheting up the tension via sleazy, spoken word vocals, carefully placed effects, and a muscular, Sound Factory style groove. The latter gets more space to breathe on the accompanying dub. Flip for the deeper, breezier "In The Sticks", which adds African percussion to a Ron Trent and Chez Damier-style house groove. The Afro influences and shimmering chords take pride of place on the alternative "No Kicks" mix.
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Pride (hand-stamped vinyl 12")
Cat: NMBRS 36. Rel: 06 Apr 15
Deep House
  1. Pride (5:00)
  2. First Time (5:32)
  3. Pride (dub) (5:00)
10000 Suns
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10000 Suns (12")
Cat: NMBRS 51. Rel: 05 Sep 16
  1. Super Boo (6:59)
  2. Hi How Are You (7:17)
  3. 10,000 Suns (7:38)
  4. Power Flower (5:35)
Review:  Bryan Kessler has already released on labels like Get Physical, but this outing for Numbers really sees him prove his worth as a techno producer. The emphasis here is on grimy warehouse techno; it starts with the woozy chords and insistent stabs of "Super Boo" before heading into a scuzzy direction on "Hi How Are You", where dollops of dirty bass and some crowd whoops prevail. Air raid sirens, train shrieks and tough drums come together to create a killer title track and it's only on the final track "Power Flower'' - where Kessler rattles snares over a toy-town synth - that some sense of melody appears.
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Strange Days Vol 5
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Cat: NMBRS 44. Rel: 14 Nov 16
  1. Deep Acoustic
  2. Acid-CLX22
  3. Mg-comp-strngd
  4. Suoneria
Equality Now
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Cat: NMBRS 52. Rel: 05 Dec 16
  1. Equality Now (6:14)
  2. Breaking Pattern
  3. Breaking Pattern (5:46)
  4. Rules, Rope & Strings (4:49)
  5. Rules, Rope & Strings
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LOVE (12")
Cat: NMBRS 47. Rel: 30 Nov 15
  1. LOVE (3:43)
  2. Just Like We Never Said Goodbye (2:55)
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Msmsmsm (12")
Cat: NMBRS 46. Rel: 30 Nov 15
  1. MSMSMSM (3:38)
  2. Vyzee (3:28)
Review: Fresh out of skin-safe silicone products, the enigmatic entrepreneur Sophie returns with two more daft electronic delights. "Msmsmsm" is like a grime instrumental with ADD. Tightly sprung and firing off in different directions, getting louder and louder with every bar. "Vyzee" plays the consummate contrast with a slice of lollipop funk that tips a cheeky nod to the Tom Tom Club but done in Sophie's own strange way.
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Bipp (12")
Cat: NMBRS 26. Rel: 24 Jun 13
  1. Bipp
  2. Elle
Review: Whilst Bipp has arrived out of nowhere, the fact vaguely mysterious UK producer Sophie is releasing on Glaswegian label Numbers should not come as a surprise. Numbers figurehead Jackmaster has been a fan of Sophie's music for a while, caning that Auntie Flo remix from last year and providing an official dub version Sophie's ubiquitous Huntleys & Palmers release "Nothing More To Say". With a clear mastery of dancefloor sounds filled with vivid colour, Sophie's Numbers debut makes even more sense given the label's last hyperactive release from Rustie. Lead track "Bipp" sounds like 90s diva house mangled and applied to a trap template, whilst "Elle" swings with a drunken sizzurp swagger.
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Everything You Did Has Already Been Done
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Cat: NMBRS 42. Rel: 15 Dec 14
  1. Ms 45
  2. Chip Mode
  3. Liquid Floor
  4. Lifestyles Of The MiniDisc Era
Review: Back in 2012, Glasgow operation put their reissue hats on to present a new edition of Multi Ordinal Tracking Unit, "a secret weapon and personal favourite" from late 90s UK techno types Unspecified Enemies that the label's founders all experienced in their formative years at Club 69. Some two years on and with Numbers now a globally recognised label, unreleased material from Unspecified Enemies pair Louis Digital and CiM features as the label's final release of 2014. Lead cuts "Ms.45" and "Chip Mode" have been sourced from a tape CiM and Digital sent to Rubadub back in '99 with DJ Chip's Dancemania classic Imported Booty Music the apparent influence here. It's quite evident too in the frenzied and furious tempo Unspecified Enemies implement throughout the record with the final superbly titled "Lifestyles Of The MiniDisc Era" a real fckn highlight.
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