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Surge (12")
Cat: EREV 001. Rel: 15 Nov 12
  1. Akkord - "Surge"
  2. Milanese - "Hersheys Back"
  3. Kahn - "Polar"
  4. Ruckspin - "Belong"
out of stock $10.59
101.1 (12")
Cat: OAO 025. Rel: 26 Jun 15
  1. Beat Torrent - "Eight Beats" (3:56)
  2. Yann Kesz - "Low Frequency" (2:58)
  3. Shuko - "Nerdy" (2:54)
  4. Shash'U - "Turbo" (4:15)
  5. Ruck P - "Long Time" (3:09)
  6. The Geek X VRV - "Waves" (3:34)
Gespielt von: Juno Recommends Bass
out of stock $12.24
  1. Brainwaltzera - "Vodiga" (3:52)
  2. Actress - "Watercolour Challenge" (4:13)
  3. Skee Mask - "Lil DB Tool" (5:41)
  4. RRoxymore - "Cosmopolitanism" (5:45)
Gespielt von: Ethyl, Tasha
out of stock $11.70
#Nurned Sampler (hand-numbered 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: TMS 004. Rel: 02 Aug 17
  1. Bukez Finezt - "Ladies & Cash" (5:31)
  2. TMS Soundsystem - "160bp" (4:06)
  3. NGHT DRPS - "Timebomb Dub" (5:59)
  4. Radar Bird - "Execute" (6:13)
Review: Given their addiction to British style bass music - not to mention rhythm patterns from around the world - the Through My Speakers crew is not your average Berlin-based DJ/producer collective. That much is clear from this all-star EP. There's much to admire throughout, from the trap-with-bells-on dancefloor madness of "Ladies & Cash" by Bukez Finezt and the high-octane, shangan shake-goes-acid brilliance of TMS Soundsystem's "160bp", to the wobbly post dubstep/revivalist jungle fusion of Radar Bird's formidable EP closer, "Execute". Perhaps most impressive of all, though, is the dancefloor-focused future dub fuzziness of vowel-hater NGHT DRPS's "Timebomb Dub".
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out of stock $10.38
Terrain Part 2 (limited 12" + free MP3 download code)
Cat: RBR 003L. Rel: 28 Jun 12
  1. Deft - "Fastick"
  2. Ambiotics - "Input Control Denied"
  3. Royce Wood Junior - "Gutter"
  4. Zack Christ - "Han Paa"
out of stock $10.59
  1. Deft - "Fastick"
  2. Ambiotics - "Input Control Denied"
  3. Royce Wood Junior - "Gutter"
  4. Zack Christ - "Han Paa"
out of stock $9.57
Cat: PB 002. Rel: 12 Sep 12
  1. Deyal & Raadz - "The Exchange"
  2. Deyal - "Get To This"
  3. Espirit - "Surplus Stars"
out of stock $9.57
Decay (12")
Cat: ACRE 028. Rel: 22 Sep 11
  1. Dizz1 & Royalston - "Decay"
  2. Dizz1 - "Gone Soon"
out of stock $6.38
The Originators (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: GQOM 007. Rel: 23 Mar 18
  1. DJ Lag - "Daisies" (6:29)
  2. Griffit Vigo - "Ree's Vibe" (5:57)
  3. Sbucardo Da DJ - "Iphoyisa" (feat Abnormal - GQOM mix) (5:39)
  4. Naked Boyz - "Story Teller" (5:42)
  5. Rude Boyz - "Umshudo" (4:08)
Gespielt von: Maciek Sienkiewicz
out of stock $18.09
Cat: HS 003. Rel: 27 Sep 12
  1. III Defined
  2. III Defined (Dam Mantle Lovers edit)
Gespielt von: Juno Recommends Bass
out of stock $8.51
DPND 01 (12")
Cat: DPND 01. Rel: 12 Dec 17
  1. Dubdiggerz - "MoonTalk" (6:03)
  2. Flo - "Ahn Qiraj" (3:17)
  3. Pier - "Fall Of The Leader" (4:44)
  4. Rawland - "Feedback Skank" (5:33)
out of stock $12.51
Jahovia (7")
Cat: LDN 038. Rel: 28 Jun 13
  1. Jahovia
  2. Jahovia (Emma & Wil LV dub mix)
Review: There's some great momentum building up around the return of one of jungle's most influential forefathers. With his Congo Natty album ready to roll on Big Dada, Rebel MC gives up a slice of time for exciting new bass prospect E.M.M.A. Laying down an icy, old school breakbeat bed with emphatic synthetic harmonies, E.M.M.A's provided Rebel with the perfect playground to orate his distinctive depths and wisdom. Complete with a sharp, steppy dub from E.M.M.A and Wil LV, Keysound have delivered something very special here and bodes well for her forthcoming album.
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Gespielt von: LV, Juno Recommends Bass
out of stock $6.38
Cat: BLACKLIST 007. Rel: 04 Jul 17
  1. Epoch & Rider Shafique - "Listen This" (3:36)
  2. Epoch - "Dust" (Artillery mix) (4:16)
Review: MC of the moment Rider Shafique takes a trip down Egyptian Avenue, barging down the doors of the one and only Epoch. The result is a Blacklisted banger of toxic proportions. With a freeform low end creeping under the radar, there's stacks of space for Rider to really get into his flow before momentum picks up in the third minute. Flip for a stuttering, tripped out ghetto twist on "Dust" from Artillery and lock down every aerial in a 20 mile radius.
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out of stock $10.12
FDGD EP (12" + MP3 download code in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: APHA 010. Rel: 16 Oct 14
  1. She Want It Ruff
  2. Back It Up
  3. Bubble
  4. She Want It Ruff (Logos Space Jam)
Review: Fracture and Sam Binga are a collaborative match made in minimal heaven. Teaming up with Bristol mic man Rider makes this pact all the sweeter. Sleazy future dancehall vibes, the lean arrangements allow Rider's steamy dancefloor poetry to enjoy maximum effect as he explains his methods and techniques with the fairer sex with baritone abandon. Highlights include the tropical uplifts of "Bubble" and Logos cosmic twist on "She Want It Ruff". "FDGD" FTW.
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out of stock $10.64
Cat: 099 YTIVIL. Rel: 31 Aug 16
  1. Second Freeze (6:04)
  2. Simple As (5:43)
Review: Speak to anyone on the Bristol scene, and they'll happily tell you that Jacob Martin AKA Hodge is willing to open his studio doors to almost any like-minded soul. His latest collaborator is the similarly productive Randomer, fresh from inspired outings on Clone Basement Series and Dekmantel UFO Series. There's a real energy about A-side "Second Freeze", which slowly builds on waves of punchy, polyrhythmic percussion and creepy noises, before bringing in a similarly bold and speaker-hugging bassline. The talented duo goes ever further in this African-influenced direction of thrillingly percussive flipside "Simple As", where additional drum hits pepper a dense, polyrhythmic groove. It's one of the best drum records we've heard this year, and that's saying something.
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 in stock $8.25
A Wa Yu Want (limited 12" in silk-screened sleeve)
Cat: HOTLINE 011. Rel: 22 Jun 16
  1. A Wa Yu Want (original) (4:16)
  2. A Wa Yu Want (instrumental) (4:16)
  3. A Wa Yu Want (Kahn remix) (4:31)
out of stock $8.51
Cat: YT 141. Rel: 16 Oct 15
  1. Loud Places (John Talabot Loud Synths reconstruction) (7:14)
  2. Loud Places (Tessela remix) (5:33)
  3. Loud Places (Barnt E mix) (7:03)
  4. Loud Places (Herbert Louder dub) (5:18)
Review: The latest single from Jamie Smith's 2015 album In Colour, featuring The xx bandmate Romy Madley Croft, gets the remix treatment from a pretty stellar cast. Starting off, Hivern Discs boss John Talabot gets on board with his "Loud Synths Reconstruction" which definitely lives up to its name on this driving proggy take on the track. Ed Russell aka West Country bass techno auteur Tessela steps up and delivers a typically thumping and funked up rendition which is a real highlight on here. On the flip, Cologne's Barnt delivers yet another dark journey through the cosmic hole and the legendary Matthew Herbert offers us his take; sublime deep house and yet again; sampling everything but the kitchen sink!
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out of stock $59.62
  1. Joe - "REJ Bit"
  2. Randomer - "This Train"
Review: The third 12" of Chapter One exclusives sees Hemlock regulars Joe and Randomer deliver two quite different takes on contemporary bass music. "R.E.J. Bit" is like a companion piece to his recent "MB" for the label, a jazzy piece of broken house interspersed with off-kilter sound effects. Randomer's "This Train" continues along the acid breakbeat house path he's been cultivating for the past year, combining clattering hi-hats, concrete drums and heaving bass in a chugging package that more than does justice to its name.
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out of stock $8.25
Cat: FPL 015. Rel: 04 Aug 17
  1. Kaido - "Me" (4:17)
  2. Occult & Menik - "By The Way" (5:08)
  3. Raiku - "Waiting Bells" (2:45)
  4. Congi - "Somewhat Of A Story" (2:10)
  5. Myst - "Verkir" (5:00)
  6. Aether - "Limbo" (5:07)
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RUNOUTS 001 (10" limited to 100 copies)
Cat: RUNOUTS 001.
  1. Haul & Pull
  2. Survival
out of stock $22.89
Cat: 877 006. Rel: 11 Jun 13
  1. Klic & Riskotheque - "Compton"
  2. Donga & Blake - "Compton Give A Dam Jam"
  3. Donga, Blake & Richta - "Skeleton Grin"
Review: 877 Records and the Well Rounded crew... It's a match made in subversive bass, ghetto and techno heaven. Klic and Riskotheque lead from the front with a cut that's been doing the rounds in various shapes and forms for over two years - with a badass vocal booty-bass vocal, crisp acid and jacking 808s, its instant party material. Donga & Blake follow with a funkier, 4/4 remix that makes even better use of the well-known vocal sample. "Skeleton Grin" completes the set on an uncompromising note as Richta adds a much darker techno flavour to proceedings. Heaviness.
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out of stock $9.05
Cat: LDN 053. Rel: 10 Jun 15
  1. Fugese (feat Ragga Twins) (6:09)
  2. Exodus (feat Lumin Project & Ragga Twins) (6:52)
  3. 2000 Dust (feat Low Density Matter & Ragga Twins) (5:22)
  4. Street Wise (feat Ragga Twins) (5:06)
Review: Amen Ra, Double Helix, No Fixed Abode, Low Density Matter, Octaviour, Escobar Seasons, Solar Man and Lumin Project realign as LHF for their first release since their debut album on Keysound back in 2012. Featuring the distinct talents of jungle stalwarts Ragga Twins, this four track EP picks up on the numerical series that first announced LHF to the world back in 2011. The Ragga Twins vocals were not newly recorded however, instead unearthed "from an unlikely source dating back many years" with the Hackney jungle pioneers later granting LHF permission to use them. The resultant four tracks on From The Edge are as dark and rolling as they come with final cut "Street Wise" a standout.
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Gespielt von: Juno Recommends Bass, IZC
out of stock $6.92
Cat: BLACK 001. Rel: 24 Mar 15
  1. Marcx - "Cage" (Strict Face Freed Bird remix) (4:40)
  2. Plata & Glot - "Ghosted" (3:13)
  3. Rabit & Myth - "Lonely Backseat Love" (3:51)
  4. Sharp Veins - "Simple & Clean" (remix) (4:50)
Gespielt von: Juno Recommends Bass
out of stock $10.64
Review: End Of Level Boss is a joint project from Cyclonix and Tusk Wax celebrating the world of video game tech-nostalgia through electronic music. The label follows up it's debut Ganondorf EP, with the Scorpion EP, named after the resurrected ninja from Mortal Kombat, who is the game's greatest anti-hero, with the battle cry "vengeance will be mine". The Scorpion EP features tracks by Si Murray (of Deep Space Orchestra) under his Mogadishu Young Team persona, label boss Cyclonix, and producers Robert S and Nant Rouge.
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out of stock $7.44
  1. Mogadishu Young Team - "Dead Wrong"
  2. Robert S - "Unknownism"
  3. Cyclonix - "1 ÷ 0"
  4. Nant Rouge - "Derivative"
Review: End Of Level Boss is a joint project from Cyclonix and Tusk Wax celebrating the world of video game tech-nostalgia through electronic music. The label follows up it's debut Ganondorf EP, with the Scorpion EP, named after the resurrected ninja from Mortal Kombat, who is the game's greatest anti-hero, with the battle cry "vengeance will be mine". The Scorpion EP features tracks by Si Murray (of Deep Space Orchestra) under his Mogadishu Young Team persona, label boss Cyclonix, and producers Robert S and Nant Rouge.
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out of stock $6.65
Cat: TEC 070. Rel: 24 Apr 13
  1. Pinch & Roska - "Shoulda Rolla"
  2. Roska - "Asbestos"
Review: A 70th release is no mean feat for any record label in today's climate and Tectonic Recordings celebrate such a landmark in requisite style here as label boss Pinch teams up with UK funky veteran Roska. Fans of Tectonic should be familiar to the sight of Roska and Pinch together with the label dropping their "Paranormal Activity" effort back in 2011; "Shoulda Rolla" trades the trundling forward momentum of that track a halfstep arrangement driven by a thick, stuttering bass. It's seeped in the atmospheric classicisms of dubstep as you'd expect but there's still plenty of rhythmic innovation here to keep it sounding fresh. On the flip, Roska goes solo with the snap heavy new cut "Asbestos".
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Gespielt von: Juno Recommends Bass
out of stock $6.38
Baptizm (12")
Cat: TRIANGLE 29. Rel: 11 Mar 15
  1. Imp (2:29)
  2. Bloody Eye (2:47)
  3. Hex (2:05)
  4. Straps (3:02)
Review: It is shaping up to be a most interesting year yet again for Robin Carolan's Tri Angle, a label that is clearly focusing efforts on the current wave of producers bending rhythmic conventions and people's conceptions into compelling new forms. Following swiftly on from the excellent Lotic 12", Tri Angle now welcomes Rabit into the fold with Baptizm, a four track EP that builds on the Texan's previous output for Glacial Sound, Soundman Chronicles, and the newly launched Different Circles. There a distinct swerve in styles as the four tracks progress here, with the ornate calm of "Imp" contrasting massively with the appropriately titled "Bloody Eye" which is a heaving, joyously evil mass of hydro mechanical bass drums, liquefied industrial bleeps and gun shots. The playful twilight grime riddims of "Hex" provide some respite before Rabit veers back into the hyper mechanical drum programming on "Straps" which sounds like it was a lot of fun to produce.
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out of stock $11.98
Black Dragons (limited 10")
Cat: GLACIAL 005. Rel: 13 Jul 18
  1. Black Dragons (3:58)
  2. Black Dragons (Ziro remix) (3:34)
out of stock $7.99
R&D (12")
Cat: R&D 0001.
  1. R&D-i
  2. R&D-ii
  3. R&D-iii
  4. R&D-iv
out of stock $0.00
DIFF 003 (limited numbered 12")
Cat: DIFF 003. Rel: 18 Sep 15
  1. Rabit - "Tearz" (3:54)
  2. Strict Face - "Into Stone" (4:15)
  3. Strict Face - "Into Stone" (Widows version) (4:15)
Review: After their first few outings, which included the efforts of Mumdance and Logos, Different Circles are back with their third release, this time an EP from Rabit (Soundman Chronicles) and newcomer Strict Face; the latter has only put out a handful of tunes to date. Bass wizard Rabit dominates the A-side with "Tearz", an aptly moody experimentation into piano keys, sparse bursts of noise and percussion - perhaps the oddest tune form the man yet! Strict Face comes through with the beat-heavy, hip-hop-leaning "Into Stone", followed by a dubbier, beatless version from Widows. Enticing and fresh.
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Gespielt von: Juno Recommends Bass
out of stock $8.78
Okada (12")
Cat: HOTLINE 003. Rel: 09 Dec 13
  1. Rachael - "Okada"
  2. DJ Sotofett - "SO-PHAT Riddimix Is Junglized"
Review: There's always one record that arrives in early December and puts the kibosh on all those finely planned end of year lists, and this year it's a third transmission from the Hotline Recordings crew. Last seen straddling the line between spiralling techno and Theo Parrish-style house on an Idle Hands plate, the mysterious Rachael demonstrates "late nights and full ashtrays" do you the world of good here. Dominated by a broken rhythm and string lead, "Okada" hints at a grime influence, but offers something with a little bit more crafty funk. Hotline's choice of remixer proved inspired, with Sex Tags Mania co-founder DJ Sotofett drafted in to provide one of his now legendary jungle reworks. He's done a few of these - his effort for SW on Sued this year is another highlight, but his version of "Okada" is even more off the wall, throwing the original's thick bassline into the mix with synth trills, spinbacks and euphoric pads for the most genuine piece of jungle revivalism this year!
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Gespielt von: Adryiano, Bartellow
out of stock $8.51
Homesick EP (hand-numbered 12" limited to 250 copies)
Cat: TMS 001. Rel: 02 Aug 17
  1. About Love (4:08)
  2. Homesick (5:06)
  3. Playitagain (5:10)
  4. 3 O' Clock (5:15)
out of stock $10.38
Cat: TICK 005. Rel: 28 Jul 11
  1. Feral (Lone remix)
  2. Morning Mr Magpie (Pearson Sound Scavenger remix)
  3. Separator (Four Tet remix)
Review: This is the biggest King of Limbs remix EP yet, with remixes from undoubtedly three of the UK's most exciting producers. Pearson Sound's remix of "Morning Mr Magpie" experiments with more ambient tones to compliment his bass driven sound, whilst juxtaposing Thom Yorke's vocals with machinegun rhythms. Four Tet's remix of "Separator" initially harks back to his Rounds era productions, weaving Yorke's vocals with sliced up guitar and drums. At the half way point however the bass is brought in and the palette becomes considerably murkier, whilst the rhythm shifts to the kind of atmospheric 2-step that Four Tet has been experimenting with recently. By far the highlight is Lone's remix of "Feral"; his trademark sound is much more impressively reined in, concentrating on low bass frequencies for the most part and limiting his melodic use to one particularly devastating and ecstatic breakdown. REPRESS ACTION
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Gespielt von: Cubik and Origami
out of stock $18.37
Cat: DIFF 008. Rel: 26 Jun 18
  1. Some Things Can Happen, Just Like This (4:33)
  2. Our Valleys Are Always Uncanny (5:11)
  3. The Nourishment Cycle (4:08)
  4. Real People, Not Actors (4:41)
Review: Raime are one of those outfits that have kept us intrigued and excited since they first appeared on our shelves. That was way back in 2012, when the boundaries of house, techno, bass and industrial were re-merging to form the start of a 'post' aesthetic to the UK hardcore continuum. Joe Andrews, Tom Halstead, and the more recently added Valentina Magaletti, have produced different EPs operating uder different vibes, but their fundamental vision hasn't shifted all too much. In short, they're about dark and cavernous structures that permeate all corners of the electronic music spectrum, often executed with a distinctly 'dubby' feel. This new EP for Mumdance and Logos' Different Circles imprint, Am I Using Content Or Is Content Using Me?, indirectly references the post-truth world we live in, but also successfully encapsulates a new, more minimalistic sound from the trio. In particular, "Our Valleys Are Always Uncanny" lingers in mid-air, spewing out subtle infusions of drums at every turn, while the excellent "The Nourishment Cycle" wastes no time in going for an all-out tribal experiment, and the following "Real People, Not Actors" builds on that with some fine poly-rhythmic work in the finest of London traditions.
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Gespielt von: Alexis Le-Tan
out of stock $13.31
Humber (12")
Cat: PIPS 005. Rel: 09 Apr 09
  1. Humber
  2. Humber (Sven's Rumber remix)
out of stock $6.65
out of stock $8.51
Void 23 EP (12")
Cat: AUS 1031. Rel: 24 Nov 10
  1. Void 23
  2. Void 23 (Carl Craig re-edit)
Review: Everything Ramadanman touches at the moment becomes gold. Put simply, the (still very) young man is a genius, constantly pulling from various genres to keep his work new and exciting yet somehow retains a large amount of consistency and class. This release sees the Leeds based producer return to Aus imprint for a second outing, on a collaborative effort with Applepips head honcho Appleblim. "Void 23" is pitch black, 4am techno that carries your senses on a journey down a deep dark tunnel of thumping basslines pressured against snares that collapse on top the galloping percussion. It's also heavily full of vibes and clocks in at a little over nine minutes. This alone is reason enough to purchase the 12" but Aus deliver a real treat in securing the services of Carl Craig to deliver a flipside edit that indulges in just the right amount of tweakage. The little changes Craig implements in the rhythm structure succeed in embellishing the overall feel with more urgency. The release marks another A+ plus outing from Aus Music as well as Ramadanman and Appleblim, which effortlessly joins the canon of music that will be played in clubs for many years to come.
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out of stock $8.25
Cat: HEK 018. Rel: 27 Sep 12
  1. We Laugh We Scream
  2. Nar
  3. Freak Dub
Review: Not content with one release on Untold's Hemlock imprint this year, Randomer returns with another three tracks of what the label describes as "deranged acid breakbeat music". "We Laugh, We Scream" sees an overdriven 303 stretched to its limits and concrete drums go up against a Dance Mania inspired vocal, while "Nar" adopts a more linear approach, combining a weighty industrial feel with chopped up strings and creaking bass. Finally, "Freak Dub" is described by the label as sounding like Dillinja making house music - something that sounds quite accurate in light of the track's stomach churning bass and metallic clatter.
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out of stock $7.72
RNMDR01 (12")
Cat: RNMDR 01. Rel: 10 Apr 13
  1. House Banger
  2. Meat & Dancing
  3. Need U
  4. Search It Out
Review: Tis the season for new artist specific labels; here drum freak Randomer inaugurates the RNDMR White Label series with four powerful productions. North Londoner Rohan Walder has matured into one of the finest current exponents of gleefully dark roughneck techno, having dabbled in both D&B and dubstep early in his career. This 12" sees Randomer continue to refine his raw signature sound across four productions, and includes the long awaited "Search It Out," a real devastating weapon which has been in the hands of Ben UFO and Surgeon for some time.
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out of stock $7.44
Panasonic (12")
Cat: DKY 016. Rel: 03 Apr 14
  1. Slow Build
  2. Two
  3. Tricky Pose
  4. Ed Reed Jersey
  5. Sony
  6. Washingtons
Gespielt von: Juno Recommends Bass
out of stock $7.19
Stronger (1-sided 12")
Cat: RAREBLK 1. Rel: 08 Feb 17
  1. Stronger (3:59)
Review: Featuring the vocals of a certain British soul legend (R.I.P.), new Rarefied sister label, Rarefied Black take it back underground with "Stronger", a proper deep dubstep joint the way it always intended. Light one up and surrender to the void while listening to this classic in the making. Some proper low-end theories from the dark side explored on this killer. Get it while it's hot!
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out of stock $8.78
Fever (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: RAREBLK 3. Rel: 10 Jul 18
  1. Fever (3:47)
  2. Royal Blue (4:12)
Review: Temperature rises... Rarefied come through with an anonymous joint that's hotter than a date night on the sun. Taking a well known rhythm & blues classic, the mystery produce applies serious dub theory with subtlety and class. So much so it's not until midway that you realise just how many layers deep this version is. Flip for "Royal Blue" as we're taken the extra miles with momentous drummage and some incredible trumpet manipulation. An absolutely stunning release.
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out of stock $10.12
Counter Future EP Part 2/2 (hand-numbered limited 1-sided etched 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: EQX 048. Rel: 23 May 13
  1. Rawbot - "Running Circles"
  2. Misanthrop - "Lunatic Dolphin"
  3. Haunted Days & Witch's Teat - "Our Music Box" (revisited)
out of stock $11.98
Cat: LEGS 005. Rel: 03 Sep 14
  1. In All My Days (original mix)
  2. In All My Days (Maddslinky Underwater dub)
  3. In All My Days (Imami remix)
Review: Bristol label Crazylegs seem to be gaining traction as West Country brethren to London label Local Action, and hopefully this delayed fifth 12" (cheers RSD) from Tommy Rawson will see this rise continue. Available digitally since late June, "All My Days" is clearly geared as something of a summer cut by the label, a Motown leaning house production that falls in line with Rawson's prior output for the prolific Local Talk label. It's complemented well by remixes from Maddslinky and Imani that pull the track in vastly differing directions, as all good reworks should! The Underwater Dub from Dave Slinky takes the track into dark broken territory, whilst Imani's contribution is a real thing of beauty. Rawson's original is barely recognisable, it's various elements mutated into a drum heavy exercise in future boogie.
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out of stock $7.44
Fielding Chase (hand-numbered limited 7")
Cat: OFF 001. Rel: 14 Sep 12
  1. Fielding Chase
  2. Kept Galore
Gespielt von: Sun People
out of stock $10.59
Roomland (12")
Cat: 2NDRP 12015. Rel: 24 Oct 11
  1. Roomland
  2. Roomland (Youandewan remix)
Review: Notable for the bulk of greatness on Ramp offshoot Fourth Wave, Gerry Read steps out in style for the 2nd Drop imprint - backed with an equally fine remix from Youandewan. "Roomland" is an expertly crafted excursion through the murkiest depths of techno pressure, all swinging syncopation cutting through the thick viscous layers of bassy atmospherics. It comes across like Anton Zap getting the Modern Love treatment, and it's the little rhythmic deviations and unwillingness to lock into one monotone groove that keep this interesting. Flipside, Youandewan strips the track of its percussive sheen, replacing the flex with an intricate 2-step rhythm and warbling synth refrains. The overall murky feel remains throughout though.
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out of stock $9.57
3 2 1 (12")
Cat: AUS 1471. Rel: 19 Nov 14
  1. 3, 2, 1
  2. Cosmoid
  3. 3, 2, 1 (Nathan Fake remix)
out of stock $10.91
Patterns (12")
Cat: DKX 004. Rel: 06 May 11
  1. Patterns
  2. Last Time
Gespielt von: Be-1ne
out of stock $6.38
Cat: XVIV 001. Rel: 16 May 13
  1. Real - "Don't Need Ya Love"
  2. My Panda Shall Fly & Will Ward - "British Princess"
  3. Decyfer - "Hoarder"
  4. Liston - "Mindset"
Review: Only four releases into existence as a digital outlet and XVI offer up their first physical transmission with this Imitating Life 12" featuring two cuts from their recent 10 track compilation of the same name paired up with an equal dose of highlights from the label's small, yet well received discography. Proceedings get off to an undeniably effervescent start with the warm house/garage bump of "Don't Need Ya Love" from Real which falls right on the line between gem and crossover. Alongside it "British Princess" from My Panda Shall Fly and Will Ward transplants to vinyl having caused a Pitchfork induced stir upon release last year, skipping through disjointed, off kilter techno rhythmics, crunched up bass lines and unpredictable samples. Decyfer brings some weighty punch on the flip with the bass heavy, crisp deep house meets 2 step swing of "Hoarder" whilst Liston veers into Mr Beatnick territory with the deep burnt boogie house of "Mindset".
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Chirpsin (12")
Cat: RAMP 051. Rel: 27 Jun 12
  1. Chirpsin
  2. All Alone
Review: Though Red Rack'em will be known to most for his earlier output, which covered the spectrum of classic disco and house, the man otherwise known as Daniel Berman finds himself on Ramp of all places, with what can only be described as his most interesting record to date. Taking the palette that his served him so well over the years, and making it leaner, more percussive and drawing inspiration from contemporary bass tropes, with "Chirpsin" drawing on classic 2-step and filling its corners with heavy dollops of dub techno. "All Alone" meanwhile takes that echo chamber techno and adds some cautious flourishes of pitch bent chords which flip the track inside out. One of 2012's most interesting reinventions.
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