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That's What Friends Are For
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That's What Friends Are For (12" Nachpressung)
Cat: NMBRS 45. Rel: 09 May 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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Strange Days Vol 4
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Cat: NMBRS 41. Rel: 04 Apr 16
Techno
  1. Bass Bam (7:15)
  2. Game Of Three Synth (5:49)
  3. Sq11 (7:43)
Gespielt von: Kondaktor
Review: The Strange Days continue for Numbers who grip a fourth clutch of Roman techno magnificence from the master Lory D. The Glasgow collective's relationship with Lorenzo D'Angelo predates the birth of Numbers with Lory D material issued on the Jackmaster's now-defunct Wireblock label, and there was much rejoicing when the Strange Days series commenced with NMBRS013 back in 2011. These infrequent transmissions have proved to be some of the most incendiary techno issued over the past 5 years and this 4th volume is no different. Described as "three caustic symphonies from the burning ashes of Rome," Numbers are dead on the money as this is face melting material, especially closing track "Sq11".
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Lemonade
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Lemonade (12")
Cat: NMBRS 34. Rel: 11 Aug 14
Bass
  1. Lemonade
  2. Hard
Review: Proving that a track doesn't have to be lengthy and laborious experience, SOPHIE comes bowling up to Numbers with a second dose of rapid fire neon-lit madness to get heads a-spinning while marking another step towards a full-blown J-pop-meets-electronica zeitgeist. As singular as his approach is, you can hear how the beats powering SOPHIE's tracks reach out to bass weight ravers and teeny boppers alike. "Lemonade" is positively cheeky in its deployment of catchy hooks, garish choruses and occasional bursts of monstrous bass, sounding utterly futuristic in its vision of where chart-minded dance music might well head. "Hard" takes a more obtuse approach that actually seems to distil some of Plaid's starry-eyed melodic wonder and Aphex Twin's Drukqs-era sound design, while the lyrics nod to S&M in the most sinisterly cartoonish way possible. As such, it's a triumphant collision of styles and ideas.
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Bipp
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Bipp (12")
Cat: NMBRS 26. Rel: 24 Jun 13
Bass
  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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LOVE
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LOVE (12")
Cat: NMBRS 47. Rel: 30 Nov 15
Bass
  1. LOVE (3:43)
  2. Just Like We Never Said Goodbye (2:55)
Msmsmsm
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Msmsmsm (12")
Cat: NMBRS 46. Rel: 30 Nov 15
Bass
  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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Product (CD)
Cat: NMBRS 48CD. Rel: 30 Nov 15
Bass
  1. Bipp
  2. Elle
  3. Lemonade
  4. Hard
  5. MSMSMSM
  6. Vyzee
  7. LOVE
  8. Just Like We Never Said Goodbye
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