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Sea Witch
Sea Witch (10" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: BOKA 053. Rel: 05 Aug 21
  1. Sea Witch (5:38)
  2. Whale (4:16)
Review: Portugal's 3WA is next up on the long running UK label Boka on a special, limited edition 10" vinyl with a unique metallic sticker design. This outing follows big tunes for 3WA on the likes of Crucial Recordings, Foundation Audio and Earth & Stone and serve sup more big bass drops and heavy rhythms. 'Sea Witch' is a cavernous tune with shards of lighting beaming down through it from above as flute leads hypnotise and the drums tumble ever further down below. 'Whale' then stutters on wobbly bass with watery chords up top adding to the sense of space.
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The Idea Of The Devil
The Idea Of The Devil (red marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: MEDI 110V. Rel: 20 Aug 20
  1. The Idea Of The Devil (5:27)
  2. Rekt (4:05)
  3. Interrogation (4:21)
 in stock $9.37
Bad & Badder
Cat: SIG 028. Rel: 12 Feb 21
  1. Bad (6:34)
  2. Badder (6:33)
Review: Although Rhythm & Sound and Basic Channel man Mark Ernestus has worked with or remixed many different artists over the years, we didn't expect him to join forces with D&B scene stalwarts Calbre and DRS. Yet that's exactly what's on offer here, as the Hardwax founder delivers two typically deep, dubbed-out techno outings crafted from portions of the pair's collaborative cut 'Badman', which is due to feature on Calbre's forthcoming sixteenth studio album, Feeling Normal. Both 'Bad' and 'Badder' are typical of Ernestus' ultra-deep and hypnotic style, with snippets of the duo's original instruments, beats and vocals echoing in and out of a warming, all-encompassing, sub-heavy groove. In a word, it's superb.
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Hiss
Hiss (limited 7" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: ZAMZAM 80. Rel: 05 Oct 20
  1. Hiss (4:18)
  2. Palms (4:10)
Review: ZAMZAM goes bang bang once again as the dutty dubstep label hits release number 80. Cause keeps it utterly filthy on the a-side with 'Hiss,' a heavyweight nobler with a menacing bassline that's so fat it wiggles as it walks. Crashing hits and sci-fi synth motifs make this a most astral crawler. 'Palms' has whirring synths and a bassline curried oceans below. Freaky vocal sounds are haunting and dark and add tension to the track as it prowls along through an utter wasteland. Atmospheric stuff, to be sure.
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Stakeout
Stakeout (12")
Cat: ACRE 085. Rel: 23 Oct 20
  1. Stakeout (3:50)
  2. Transit (4:11)
  3. Crooked Law (5:42)
Review: After a couple of years in which he released very little - somewhat surprisingly - Dom Tarasek AKA Commodo returned to action in May via the creepy trip-hop-meets-dubstep paranoia of 'Loan Shark' on Black Acre. This speedy follow-up for the same Bristol-based label is similarly terse and tense, with impressive A-side 'Stakeout' showcasing Terasek's ability to blend punchy dubstep drums with musical motifs and foreboding electronic sounds more often heard on 1960s British spy movie flicks and unsettling B-movie horror flicks. Elsewhere, 'Transit' is a deeper, darker and far more paranoid affair marked out by some intriguing percussion programming, while 'Crooked Law' sounds like Mezzanine-era Massive Attack after several hits on an oversized bong.
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Flooded EP
Flooded EP (heavyweight vinyl double 12")
Cat: SYSTM 029. Rel: 16 Apr 20
  1. 20 K (4:34)
  2. Entropy (4:39)
  3. Flooded (4:39)
  4. Fear (4:54)
  5. Fear (SP:MC remix) (5:34)
Review: Fresh from tidy 2019 EPs on Sector 7 Sounds and System Music, Drone returns to the latter label with his first missive of 2020. There's plenty of highlights stretched across the EP's two slabs of wax, with our favourites including the creepy mix of deep dubstep rhythms and Autechre style melodies that is "20 K", the slow-burn headiness of "Flooded" - where picturesque watery melodies ride a skeletal beat and vibrating sub-bass - and the aggressive late night dancefloor paranoia of "Fear". SP:MC provides a tasty rework of that cut, focusing the action on a crunchier rhythm track and pulverising waves of distorted analogue bass.
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Cradle To The Grave
  1. Cradle To The Grave (4:12)
  2. Cradle To The Grave (Digid remix) (4:23)
  3. Cradle To The Grave (Somah remix) (5:20)
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Stableface EP Pt 1 (Peverelist remix)
  1. Stableface (original mix)
  2. Stableface (Peverelist remix)
Review: "Stableface", one of the standout tracks from Lithuanian producer Eleven Tigers' debut album "Clouds Are Mountains" found itself pride of place on this 12" release from Soul Motive. Opening with an extended intro of cracked Burial-like atmospherics, the track soon gains a life of its own with its minimal 2-step beat and cracked vocal samples, complete with the kind of intricate melodicism of Four Tet. On the flip side Bristol's Peverelist turns in a fine reworking of the track. Taking the already sparse original and extending its panoramic reach even further, he concentrates on the micro qualities of the rhythms, opens up huge holes in the original's deft tapestry and creates a masterful reworking which brings out the dubstep within its DNA.
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The Versions
The Versions (double 12")
Cat: PENGSOUND 004. Rel: 06 Nov 13
  1. Arise
  2. Righteous Counteraction
  3. Dub Mirror
  4. Who Ah De Gorgon?!
Review: Bristol label Peng Sound return to Rise, the Gorgon Sound EP released earlier this year with a fresh dose of versions from the Dubkasm crew that will satisfy every self respecting soundsystem operator out there. All four cuts from Kahn and Neek's release have been reworked and renamed by Dubkasm, who utilise their legendary soundtrac CM440 mixing console, carefully channelling the track's signals through chains of spring reverb, tape delays and specially crafted effects modulators. Dubkasm's DJ Stryda and Digistep have done an excellent job of plunging the Gorgon Sound even deeper into the realms of dub culture and the version theme extends to the artwork too with Tape Echo reworking the cover from the Gorgon Sound EP with equally impressive results

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Undivided Part 2 Of 3
Cat: 7EVEN 182. Rel: 25 Oct 11
  1. Undivided
  2. Black Cat
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Illy
Illy (12")
Cat: DRUNK 025. Rel: 21 Nov 11
  1. Illy
  2. Tehran
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Troll EP
Troll EP (12")
Cat: MEDI 121. Rel: 24 Jun 21
  1. Troll (4:46)
  2. Counter It (4:59)
  3. The Terrible (5:05)
Review: Deep Medi murkers Kaiju return to Mala's label with another bulldozer EP - 'Troll'. The title track sets the tone and mood with its raw, curmudgeonly mid 2000s style groove. Elsewhere 'Counter It' looks more towards the club sound with its rifle-like kicks weaving a steppy storm beneath the tense, oppressive atmospheres before 'The Terrible' closes the EP with some incredibly unique and stark bass textures. DO feed the troll.

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Lost
Lost (7")
Cat: HDB 039. Rel: 30 Sep 10
  1. Lost
  2. Frequencies (feat Pupajim)
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NOTENV 001
Cat: NOTENV 001. Rel: 12 Nov 20
  1. Bazzi - Mine (Koma Bootleg) (2:56)
  2. Alicias Keys (3:40)
Review: Koma is one-fifth of Chonk Mob as well as being a fine solo artist. He was a late arrival to the Encrytped Audio family but more than made up for it with his standout offerings. This time out he offers a bootleg of Bazzi - 'Mine' which has a pained vocal lead and dragging trap beats all finished with some cloudy synths and crisp hits. It's a deep and tender cut then on the flip he serves up 'Alicias Keys'. This one rides a rising chord vamp and jittery but weighty beat with fizzing static, bright synth stabs and glassy melodies all adding light and future soul.
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System Test
Cat: NMGR 003. Rel: 06 Dec 16
  1. System Test (original mix) (5:58)
  2. 3-D (3:54)
Review: In the nine years since he first appeared on the scene, Kromestar has released a ridiculous amount of music, most of which is pretty darn good. He's scaled things back a bit this year, mind; amazingly, System Test is only his third 12" of the year. Sitting somewhere between classic dubstep, trap, 8-bit and grime, the title track features fuzzy, tumbling electronic lines, fizzing bleeps, deep space sci-fi synths, and, of course, the kind of sub that should make any bass-head go weak at the knees. Flipside "3-D" redresses the balance by emphasizing the sparkling electronic motifs and retro game melodies, though it's still a suitably sizeable floor-filler.
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Decadubs 1 EP
Cat: HDB 082. Rel: 22 May 14
  1. Mala - "Expected, Level 10"
  2. DVA - "Technical Difficulties"
  3. Kuedo - "Mtzpn"
  4. Kode9 - "Xingfu Lu" (Helix remix)
Review: Hyperdub kick off the vinyl side to their ten-year celebrations with this weighty four-tracker from some of the leading lights from the label's story. Mala is in a strident mood with "Expected, Level 10" carrying through that extra touch of melody from the Mala In Cuba LP. DVA cuts loose with the leftfield scattershot groove of "Technical Difficulties", reveling in tonal experimentation and jagged rhythmic flair to a stunning end. Still locked into the sci-fi trap tangent that characterised Severant, Kuedo turns out the haunting "Mtzpn" and Helix pops up for a remix of Kode9's "Xingfu Lu" that strips down to bare essentials with a little starlit soul rubbed into the framework.
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Fountainhead (DJ Kicks) (US warehouse find)
Cat: K7 293EP. Rel: 21 Mar 12
  1. Photek & Kuru - "Fountainhead (DJ-Kicks)"
  2. Photek - "Azymuth"
  3. Photek - "No Agenda"
Gespielt von: Ney Faustini
 in stock $7.45
Theme For Astral Travelers
  1. Prism - "Theme For Astral Travelers" (5:17)
  2. Marcus Anbessa - "Adonai (Lion God)" (5:14)
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The White Rabbit
Cat: RAREBLK 5. Rel: 28 May 20
  1. The White Rabbit (4:34)
  2. General Duppy (3:52)
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Jah Way
Jah Way (12")
Cat: DRUNK 008. Rel: 04 Jul 08
  1. Jah Way
  2. Speeka Box
Gespielt von: Alexis Le-Tan
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Life Without Meaning
Cat: SUBA 005. Rel: 22 Sep 20
  1. Life Without Meaning (6:33)
  2. Life Without Meaning (Kodama remix) (10:15)
  3. You Can Run Much Faster (4:05)
  4. You Can Run Much Faster (Ourman remix) (4:08)
Review: Barely a month has passed since German bass artist Soukah gave the world the powerful 'Deadly Snakebite' but now he returns with his debut on Gnischrew's burgeoning Sub Audio. Two originals, two versions; 'Life Without Meaning' is a sobering, contemplative piece led by a decaying arpeggio and distant, glitchy rhythmic textures while 'You Can Run Much Faster' hits with a lighter note; skippier breaks and a misty but ultimately hopeful piano roll. Meanwhile on the remixes, Kodama adds another four minutes to 'Life Without Meaning', flipping it into an unhurried 10 minute narrative while Ourman dices up the piano and twists the focus on 'You Can Run Much Faster' where things aren't quite as misty but the hope has turned into a much strong emotion. Get up and running 1today.
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Single Time
Cat: COY 025. Rel: 25 Oct 19
  1. Single Time (5:26)
  2. VHS (5:19)
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Wireless
Wireless (double 12'')
Cat: HJP 49. Rel: 14 Apr 10
  1. Wireless
  2. Anyi
  3. Voices No Bodies
  4. Dig
Review: Torsten Profrock’s T++ project has continually spread its wings since conception in 2005. Championed by fans of techno, dubstep, experimental and drum & bass alike, his latest EP for Honest Jons (and rumoured to be his last under this monkier) showcases the amalgamation of styles and sounds that has earnt the German such a far reaching fanbase.



If it does prove to be the final T++ release ever, then the alias will have left us with the most expressive and energetic of his works. Adding a real sense of personality, Profrock unearthed a handful of samples of the singer and ndingidi player Ssekinomu, recorded in East Africa in the 1930s and 40s in the label’s vaults for this release. Skilfully, the producer works these snippets into the complex rhythm structures, giving his music a human touch that has never been seen before. Profrock looks to the radical fringe of UK garage for the snapping 2 step vibe in these rhythms that remain central to all four tracks on the EP. This results in a clutch of tracks that take on an immensely tribal and subconsciously innate feel. They morph new structures from the forms of 2 step, techno and drum & bass around which Profrock wraps twisted FX and weighty sub bass to create one whole, throbbing organism.
So with quite possibly his final release, T++ leaves us, rather fittingly, with a record that sounds at once both ancient and modern. It has a totally unique tone, like a form of tribal language that can only speak to and be understood by today’s culture through these sub-heavy, atmospheric sounds.
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Hermetica EP
Cat: MEDI 112. Rel: 13 Aug 20
  1. Chestlick (5:40)
  2. Hermetica (feat Sinerise) (4:53)
  3. Symbolism (5:36)
Review: At long last, Von D makes his Deep Medi debut and he's packing some serious Egyptian-Greek wisdom for the ride. We kick off with "Chestlick", a tune that lives up to its name with thick sludgy waves of low-end dynamics oozing out of the speakers. It's followed by the EP title track "Hermetica". Featuring the vocals of Sinerise, there's a deeper sense of contemplation as the wonky loose beats swagger with dubby hypnosis and all manner of trippy layers. Finally Von D signs out with "Symbolism". Tapping into the traditional dub style with consummate ease, it's the sound of Von D delivering an EP we've been eager to see for a long, long time. Salute.
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Venting
Venting (12")
Cat: CRUCIAL 028. Rel: 24 Mar 20
  1. Venting (4:40)
  2. Out There (4:55)
  3. Magnetic (feat Smilodon) (4:12)
Review: Tripsmith OG, The Widdler continues to spin his strange sonic webs across the 140 landscape. This time making his debut on Sleeper's Crucial, it's another strange and eerie bassline brew from the New Jersey producer. "Venting" dusts off the pipes and blasts them over a wobbled-out and slimy dungeon aesthetics, "Out There" hits with much more of a grumpier decay bassline and a sombre, mildly pranged out tone thanks to those strange sirens in the background. "Magnetic" closes the show with Smilodon on collab duties. Woozy and warped, these beats are so off-grid they've made their own compost toilets and drink rain water. Deliciously far out.
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Sweetz
Sweetz (limited 1-sided 10")
Cat: HDB 103. Rel: 29 Jul 16
  1. Sweetz (7:08)
Review: Woof! Hyperdub bring together two of the most recognisable and enigmatic artists of recent times on this 10", as Zomby and Burial square down ahead of the former's new album for the label. Zomby's Ultra LP is undoubtedly one of this year's most anticipated albums and "Sweetz" suggests it may be a very moody affair indeed. Whilst rooted in UK dance, Zomby and Burial do look elsewhere for inspiration too. Just under seven minutes long, "Sweetz" veers through various sub-heavy soundscapes with intermittent rhythmic patters and a distinctive looped vocal sample whose pitch changes with dramatic effect.
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Alben
James Blake
James Blake (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: ATLAS2LP. Rel: 02 Feb 11
  1. Tep & The Logic
  2. Unluck
  3. The Wilhelm Scream
  4. I Never Learnt To Share
  5. Lindisfarne I
  6. Lindisfarne II
  7. Limit To Your Love
  8. Give Me My Month
  9. To Care (Like You)
  10. Why Don't You Call Me?
  11. I Mind
  12. Measurements
  13. You Know Your Youth
Review: James Blake's debut album is undoubtedly one of 2011's most keenly awaited releases, and its arrival via his own (major label funded) Atlas imprint ensures their is no lull in momentum for a producer who enjoyed a watershed 2010 with releases on Hessle Audio and R&S. The results here differ wildly from his previous sonic excursions - gone are the shimmering R&B soaked melodies of "CMYK" and the sheer experimentalism of the Klavierwerke EP, which saw the young Londoner depart from the confines of the dancefloor and enter a realm where there was only a passing reference to rhythm-based music. Instead we are treated to Blake's own yearning, raw voice, delicate pianos and an underlying sense of melancholy. Ubiquitous single "Limit To Your love" and the crackly sonic terrain evoked on "The Wilhelm Scream" are among the most immediately pleasing moments, but there is much to explore here. It's a fascinating opus and surely the catalyst to a long and fruitful career at the top.
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Burial
Burial (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: HDBLP 001. Rel: 04 May 07
  1. Wounder
  2. U Hurt Me
  3. Spaceape
  4. Prayer
  5. Distant Lights
  6. Southern Comfort
  7. Gutted
  8. Broken Home
  9. Pirates
  10. Forgive
  11. Night Bus
Gespielt von: Barbarix
 in stock $17.10
Untrue
Untrue (CD)
Cat: HDBCD 002. Rel: 03 Nov 07
  1. Track 1
  2. Archangel
  3. Near Dark
  4. Ghost Hardware
  5. Endorphin
  6. Etched Headplate
  7. In Mcdonalds
  8. Untrue
  9. Shell Of Light
  10. Dog Shelter
  11. Homeless
  12. UK
  13. Raver
Review: Of all the artists past and present who claim to let their music do their talking for them, Burial is one of the elite band of whom this truly is the case. In fact, so reluctant is he to engage with the cult-of-personality hoopla that surrounds almost every modern producer and musician of merit, that he remains a genuine recluse; he has never appeared live, only one obliquely-angled publicity photograph is known to exist, and the number of interviews he has given can be counted on the fingers of one hand. Yet despite this, his music speaks loud and wide, and the world has been listening ever since his 'South London Boroughs' EP debut on Hyperdub in March 2005. His eponymous album, which began life as a low-key release in May 2006, is now widely regarded as the benchmark release of the ever-widening dubstep genre, picking up unanimous critical acclaim along the way, and ending the year heavily featured in many 'best of' polls. Now Burial returns with 'Untrue', a new record of weird soul music, which lovingly processes spectral female voices into vaporised R&B and smudged 2step garage. Vocal lines are blurred, smeared, pitched up pitched down and pitch bent until their content is cast adrift from their original context and they whisper their saccharin sweet nothings into the void. The album continues with the debut's crackle-drenched yearning and bustling syncopations, haunted by the ghosts of rave, but also reveals some new Burial treats with a more glowing, upbeat energy. Kicking off with the skittering 2step syncopations and vocal science of 'Archangel', 'Near Dark' and 'Ghost Hardware', before long it descends into a space of radiant divas and ambience. Where 'Burial' first was humid, suffocating and unrelentingly sad, 'Untrue' is less sunless. Many of the tracks are so sweet, they become toxic, underscored by the almost geological rumbles of growling basslines. Unlike the overpoweringly melancholic prevailing mood of before, Burial's sound is now better defined as a downcast euphoria typified by the epic, muted optimism of the album's last track 'Raver'. Forget central heating the radioactivity of this album is all that you'll need to keep you warm this winter. 'Untrue' is available as full 13 track digipack CD, including recent underground hit 'Ghost Hardware', and 9 track DJ friendly double vinyl set, from which some of the beatless pieces have been edited.
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Old Raves End
Old Raves End (2xLP + CD)
Cat: LODUBS 11001. Rel: 17 Sep 11
  1. T-1000
  2. Chapel
  3. Flikr Of Ur Eyes (feat Amelia Brightman)
  4. Roulette
  5. Hostile
  6. Polar
  7. Sky Below Sea
  8. Stokes Croft
  9. Time Lapse
  10. Sterling
  11. Bison
  12. T-1000
  13. Chapel
  14. Flickr Of Ur Eyes
  15. Roulette
  16. Hostile
  17. Polar
  18. Sky Below Sea
  19. Stokes Croft
  20. Time Lapse
  21. Stering
Review: Old Raves End is the debut long player from Bristol based trio Swarms. Consisting of 11 intricately constructed and richly textured tracks, this is a remarkably assured debut. The album is Bristol through and through, owing a great debt to its musical heritage, with tracks like the symphonic "Time Lapse" evoking the expansive sounds of Portishead and Massive Attack, and the deep sub bass and sharp rolling garage rhythms of "Sterling" and "Bison" being reminiscent of Peverelist. Of course this isn't the only influence - the trio obviously has an ear for more contemporary sounds, with the deep sub bass and sharp rolling garage rhythms of "Sterling" and "Bison" reminiscent of Peverelist, and the eerie use of vocals in "T-1000" brings to mind Burial. But this is most decidedly not a dance album, instead begging to be listened to headphones to truly appreciate the delicate nuances of their finely crafted organic sound.
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