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Cat: IDLE 014. Rel: 19 Sep 12
  1. Dawn Chorus Pedal
  2. You Don't Know Don't Know You
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Cat: DRUNK 032. Rel: 01 Oct 13
  1. Stenaline Metranil Solar Flare (Bass Clef remix)
  2. Stenaline Metranil Solar Flare (Pev remix)
Review: Although Peverelist's Punch Drunk has taken a back seat to his Livity Sound endeavours this year, the label's third release maintains its strong run of form. Seeing the label return to Reeling Skullways, Bass Clef's excellent album for them last year which was a considered highlight of 2012 for many people, the interstellar sounding album track "Stenaline Metranil Solar Flare" is the subject, remixed here by both Pev and Bass Clef himself. The latter's revision sees it taking on a weighty yet broken techno framework, with the producer's modular setup working overtime across its restless bassline and otherworldly sonic textures. Pev opts to transform it into a patient Bristol house jam in the style of his dubbed out collaboration with Hodge earlier this year.
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Gespielt von: Juno Recommends Bass
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Raven Yr Own Worl EP (white vinyl 12")
Cat: PAN 41. Rel: 14 Apr 14
  1. Self-Perpetuating Fun Loop
  2. Fluorescent City Shining City
  3. Euphoric Nihilism
  4. Adventures Unventured, Tenderness Untendered
Review: Oh good lord. We weren't really expecting this but somehow it makes perfect sense. Our number one low-end extraordinaire, Bass Clef - who has recently produced a brilliant EP for the fledgling Public Information label - is not an artist which you would immediately associate with Bill Kouligas' psychotic PAN label, but then again, he has been known for creating a rather odd collection of sounds throughout his still-young career. The Clef really goes wild on this one, and probably gives Kouligas his best work to date, where otherworldly sounds are easily blended with harsher, more restrictive acid lines. "Self-Perpetuating Fun Loop" is just a great acid track with an unusual beat arrangement, whereas "Fluorescent City Shining City" is a lo-fi, downtempo acid workout for the hoodless Cadillac down a Miami Boulevard. On the flip, "Euphoric Nihilism" is a straighter cut recalling moments of UR under their more futuristic states, while "Adventures Unventured, Tenderness Untendered" ties things off with an essence of romanticism, a touch of pensiveness. Beautiful.
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Cat: DRUNK 023. Rel: 11 Jul 11
  1. Rollercoasters Of The Heart
  2. So Cruel
Review: After seriously impressing with the debut sounds of Andy Mac last time round, Bristol imprint Punch Drunk step it up a notch further with this monumental release from Bass Clef. The local hero turned Hackney import graces our shelves with his first release in 2011 and it's totally been worth the wait, unveiling the rather glorious sounds of "Rollercoasters Of The Heart". There's an undeniably throwback nod to the euphoric days of rave gone by thanks to the swirls of lysergia tinged stabs and stretched out vox, but it's how Bass Clef marries them to a crisp groove of rolling sub bass and crisp off kilter house drums that has us hooked. Complementing this, "So Cruel" brings the mood down markedly, revolving around a half time swagger and bouncing subs dipped in purple menace which are the perfect foil for the requisite looped up chanteuse. It's the searing synth flourishes that jettison through the track without announcement that lift "So Cruel" to somewhere near the title track in our affections.
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Cat: RR 12003. Rel: 26 May 15
  1. Humming Blurs (7:30)
  2. Chanson Du Ricochet (5:46)
Review: A new release from Bass Clef is always something we enjoy here at Juno, with the latest finding Ralph Cumbers adding emergent Belfast concern to his storied discography. Humming Blurs is actually the first 'Clef joint of 2015 and it finds the pun loving producer in fine fettle, channelling two distinct moods across the pair of productions. Leading the way, "Humming Blurs" pairs sprightly, swung percussion and thunderous bursts of hi hats with delightfully chiming melodies and strings and kind of sounds like vintage Four Tet pulled into the 21st Century. On the B-side "Chanson Du Ricochet" is a smeared modular delight with a rhythmic freneticism that is most infectious.
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Cat: SNKR 005. Rel: 03 Dec 14
  1. Free My Mind
  2. Oh 2 B In Love
  3. Where I Keep My Heat
Review: Not content with issuing an LP through We Can Elude Control under his Some Truths alias, eeryone's favourite trombone playing, grizzly bear loving modular synth don Ralph Cumbers sneaks out this 12" floor burner as Bass Clef. Issued by the Hypercolour affiliated Sneaker Social Club, the Present Moment Only Moment EP finds Cumbers effortlessly trying his hands at various angles of clubbing heritage, be it the charmingly off-key rave stylings of "Free Your Mind" or the frenetic and urgent 2-step romanticism of "Oh 2 B In Love". Best of all however is the digidub meets r'n'b flex of "Where I Keep My Heat". Poster fans will love the included A2 Sneaker Social Club folded print with artwork courtesy of Mighty Wright.
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Cat: HAPSKL 014. Rel: 12 Jul 18
  1. Charnel House (5:44)
  2. Acid Hearse (8:32)
Gespielt von: Juno Recommends Bass
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TTT 052 (12")
Cat: TTT 052. Rel: 04 Apr 17
  1. Interform (8:33)
  2. Untunnel (8:47)
Review: Although we have nothing but respect for Will Bankhead's TTT imprint, we can't help but think that there is naturally more to say about those releases on the label which actually have beats and bass at their core. The noisier, more ambient end of the spectrum is absolute class but, as you can imagine, something of this particular ilk is easier to propose across the board. Bass Cleff is back for his second appearance on the label and it's clear that the producer is making it his goal to carve out a fresh, more house-centric sound these days. "Interform" is everything a dub techno tune should be, but that often isn't; it's full of dread bass and dubby sub tones that give way to a sparse, raw bundle of drums that stumble helter-skelter about the groove. "Untunnel" is similarly off-kilter, except that here Bass Cleff has favoured a more typical 'bass' approach to launch his 4/4 attack. This is a magnificent EP, and it's safe to say that this artist is outperforming much of the hardcore house crew. BIG.
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Cat: IBR 009. Rel: 11 Feb 14
  1. Bass Clef - "Acid 8"
  2. Photonz - "The Fire Sower"
  3. Cauto - "Lu-fuki"
  4. Nino - "Midnighters"
Review: Barcelona via Lisbon's Iberian label returns with its first record in well over two years, with the Tax Haven 3 EP, which sees a host of diverse figures contribute a track each. Given the fact that the label's primary focus - dubstep - has waned even further since its last record, it's perhaps unsurprising that the tracks featured take things in new directions. Punch Drunk's Bass Clef contributes "Acid 8", a sinister track displaying his trademark modular sound that could as easily be halfstep D&B as it could slow moving house, while "Photonz" deliver "The Fire Sower", a crazed piece of electro that sounds like Drexciya drunk at an illegal '90s UK rave. On the flip Cauto's "Lu-fuki" provides some sizzling Dam-Funk style synthwork and Nino's "Midnighters" goes retro synth dubstep. An impressively diverse package.
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Acid Tracts (2xLP)
Cat: ALT 16. Rel: 12 Mar 14
  1. Strings Of Death
  2. What Time Is Hate?
  3. Apathy Flash
  4. Set Adrift On Memory Abyss
  5. Lower State Of Unconsciousness
  6. Music Sounds Better Without You
  7. Full Moon Revenge Rainbow
Review: With a wealth of modular techno and experimental sounds to his name, Ralph Cumbers is a prolific producer by anyone's standards and he seems to be going through a particularly productive spell of late. As well as records on PAN and Public Information being announced recently, last year's excellent Acid Tracts cassette has now been reissued on vinyl thanks to the Alter label overseen by Luke 'Helm' Younger. Fans of Bass Clef's under rated Punch Drunk LP Reeling Skullways are encouraged to investigate here, as the potential shown on that album is opened up in glorious fashion across wider stylistic spectrum. Already an album filled with witty track titles, this vinyl edition comes packing an extra previously unreleased one in the shape of "Music Sounds Better Without You".
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