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Jungle Revolution (10th Anniversary Edition)
Jungle Revolution (10th Anniversary Edition) (yellow vinyl LP + green vinyl LP)
Cat: BD 227X. Rel: 22 Feb 24
Jungle Souljah (4:04)
UK Allstars (Congo Natty Meets Benny Page mix) (4:57)
Revolution (4:55)
Get Ready (5:21)
Jah Warriors (Congo Natty Meets Vital Elements mix) (4:48)
Nu Beginingz (3:53)
Jungle Is I & I (Congo Natty Meets Vital Elements mix) (4:11)
London Dungeons (Congo Natty Meets Boyson & Crooks mix) (4:49)
Rebel (4:35)
Micro Chip (Say No) (5:24)
Review: Congo Natty celebrates a decade of revolutionary jungle music with this anniversary reissue of a classic. Originally released in 2013, this album remains a cornerstone of the genre, blending reggae, hip-hop, and jungle influences into a powerful sonic tapestry. With timeless tracks like 'UK Allstars' and 'Jungle Souljah,' Congo Natty captures the spirit of the underground rave scene with infectious beats and socially conscious lyrics. This anniversary edition breathes new life into the record with remastered tracks and additional content, reminding listeners of the enduring legacy of jungle music and Congo Natty's vital contribution to its evolution.
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The Horn Track 2024
Cat: MVV 005. Rel: 13 Feb 24
The Horn Track (Blade rework 2024)
The Horn Track (Micky Finn Foghorn mix 1992)
The Horn Track
Review: Strap yourselves in for the return of Missile Vintage with a fifth transmission and this one is a track from the boss himself. Missile Records founder Tim Taylor crafted this banger back in 1992 and released it on the legendary FFRR imprint. It soon made its mark on the rave scene of the time and has remained influential to generations of DJs, dancers and producers ever since. Now it comes back to vinyl in original form, as well as next to a huge Foghorn mix from Micky Finn and a more physical and breaks-lead remix from Blade. A great package that joins the dots between then and now.
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 in stock $15.31
London Sound
London Sound (limited luminous vinyl LP in autographed sleeve)
Cat: 3BEATLP 40. Rel: 19 Feb 24
Someone To Hold Onto (with Crystal Fighters) (3:33)
Adrenaline Rush (feat Morgan) (3:06)
Care About Us (feat Ebenezer) (2:28)
The Corner (feat Joe Devlin) (2:37)
Bad Man (Buss One) (with B live) (2:06)
Going Out To The Ravers (feat Everyone You Know) (3:32)
LSD (feat Harvey Whyte) (3:20)
Trouble You (with Watch The Ride & Doktor) (2:39)
London Sound (feat Josh Barry) (3:33)
City Lights (with Gardna) (2:28)
Trigger Finger (with Doktor) (3:12)
The Classics (2:27)
Every Song (feat Hannah Boleyn) (3:03)
Rave Generator (3:11)
Run From You (with Grace Grundy) (3:42)
Review: London Sound is the latest album from multi-platinum selling drum & bass duo Sigma. The album is a full-circle encapsulation of everything that's brought the pair to the present moment; featuring an array of drum & bass anthems, including 'Adrenaline Rush' featuring singer Morgan, the album radiates Joe and Cam's love for music creation for dark dancefloors and pop radio alike, and for completely ignoring any boundaries or hierarchies placed in their way. Speaking about the album, Sigma say: "London Sound - this album feels like a homecoming to us. We spent our early years in clubs all around London, soaking in the music, the culture and the energy. This album takes influence from those times as well as us being able to make a fully drum & bass project for the first time since 2015. London Sound feels like the album we've been waiting to release."
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DUBREV 005 (hand-stamped 10")
Cat: DUBREV 005. Rel: 15 Feb 24
Garnedd (4:10)
Ghetto Living (4:20)
Review: Vinyl only and lucky if we see one release a year; Moonshine's Dubwise Revolution always keeps us keen with their white label 10s. This is no exception. Crafted by an anonymous source, these spicy versions join the dots in a contemporary, high grade way. Sleng tenging it out with plenty of molten low end, 'Garnedd' brings the soul while 'Ghetto Living' slugs it out with swagger. Grab it while you can.
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The Theme EP
The Theme EP (limited 12")
Cat: KF 192 A/B. Rel: 30 Jan 24
The Theme (6:39)
Euphoria (7:22)
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You Should Dance (feat Bladerunner remix)
Cat: IFGGG 001. Rel: 25 Sep 23
You Should Dance
You Should Dance (Bladerunner remix)
Review: The legendary Zed Bias is stepping out with a new label I Feel Good Records and intends for it to spread good vibes only through a diverse roster of talent and sounds that span house, bass and beyond. He has more than a quarter of a century of experience in the game and of eyeing new talents and helping them to shine and has always had a collaborative approach to music that will continue to define this label's MO. Zed is minting the label with a new single alongside award-winning d&b MC Inja. 'You Should Dance' pairs his warming tones with infectious garage drums and smeared, soothing chords that radiant heat. It will, indeed, make you feel good. D&b mainstay Bladerunner serves up a remix that has been doing the rounds for a while now and never fails to make an impact.
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Sonder EP
Sonder EP (blue vinyl 12")
Cat: ETSO 03. Rel: 01 Feb 24
Nothing To Lose But Our Chains (6:16)
Last I Heard (7:09)
Out Of The Rain (6:27)
Review: The man, the myth, the shadowy Welsh warrior who has been part of the d&b fabric for many years in many ways: Nonrev makes his debut on Voyager's Eternal Soul imprint and the results are simply stunning. 'We Have Nothing To Lose But Our Chains' sets the scene with its powerful euphoric sweeps and orchestral dynamic before 'Last I Heard' takes us down more of an introspective Good Looking style route before 'Out Of The Rain' gets our spines melting with its big strings and dreamy pads. Already shaking systems digitally, this wax couldn't have arrived a moment too soon.
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Money Till I Got None
Money Till I Got None (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: SS 010. Rel: 16 Jan 24
Tryna Get This Money (4:08)
Danja (5:37)
Fake Money (5:15)
Scrimp & Save (4:14)
Deep Space (feat MC Gusto) (3:45)
Burn It All (feat Kathryn Brenna & Hal) (5:06)
Money For Nothing (4:30)
Leave Behind (feat Rider Shafique) (4:52)
Review: Waggle your wonga gang! DLR is hitting the town and he's stacking up the paper with his third studio album Money Till I Got None. Of course when we say 'paper', we actually mean 'fat greasy d&b grooves', when we say 'stacking' we actually mean 'rolling out', and when we say 'waggle your wonga', we mean 'listen up you lot because this is one the genre's tightest, brightest groove sculptors at play and he's dealing it out like Noel Edmunds in Deal Or No Deal'. Seriously, this is super timeless tackle that nods in all the right directions; heavy, techy, funky, bruised with gritty robotic soul and all the other good things Sofa Sound stand for. And when we say that, we really mean it.
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All I Remember
All I Remember (hand-stamped vinyl 10" + insert)
Cat: APHALTD 004. Rel: 15 Feb 22
All I Remember (5:41)
On The Mist (6:07)
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Execution EP
Execution EP (white vinyl 12")
Cat: VIBEZ 93020. Rel: 15 Feb 24
Wheel Up (6:03)
Skazka (6:07)
Execution (6:25)
Illusions (7:25)
Review: Vibez '93 is on a roll, as we recall several of the Fokuz Recordings sub-outlet's best works through a throng of EP reissues. The 'Execution' EP is on the moniker's dirtier and rawer side, launching the listener's fledgling pirate voyage with 'Wheel Up' (its breakdown driven impeccably forward by acapella vocals from A Tribe Called Quest's 'Scenario'), followed shortly by the atmosfear-strikers 'Skazka' and 'Execution', and finally coming in to land on the axe-touting 'Execution', recalling the earliest of dark LTJ in its messy-hazy breaks, tribal calls and wiggly sound effects.
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Timeless (25th Anniversary Edition)
Timeless (25th Anniversary Edition) (trifold 3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: LMS 5521472. Rel: 17 Jun 22
Inner City Life/Pressure/Jah
Saint Angel
State Of Mind
This Is A Bad
Sea Of Tears
Jah The Seventh Seal
Sense Of Rage (Sensual VIP mix)
Still Life
You & Me
Kemistry (VIP mix)
Review: There is no more iconic figure in the world of drum & bass than Goldie. In fact, he has pretty much transitioned to natural treasure in the years since he operated at the genre's bleeding edge as a DJ, label boss of Metalheadz and producer. His Timeless album, now a hard to believe quarter of a century old, was his big breakthrough and took d&b into new realms. The epic title track will always be the benchmark by which all others are judged by the whole flow the record, precision beat work and lush synth sounds have rarely been bettered.
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Bikini Bandits Kill! Kill! Kill! (20th Anniversary Edition)
Cat: RED 068. Rel: 08 Feb 24
666 MPH (3:45)
Blood & Fire (feat The dirty Dred) (3:49)
Can You Dig It? (feat Mike Redman) (3:32)
Catholic High School Girls In Trouble (feat Mike Redman) (4:23)
BootyGrind (feat Lolita Storm) (2:35)
Monster Trucks (4:58)
Dub Murderer (feat The dirty Dred) (5:12)
Miss Strap-On USA (3:37)
Jah Kingdom (feat The dirty Dred) (4:18)
Killa Gorilla (6:45)
Kriss (feat Crispin) (0:27)
SickSickSick MPH (feat Lolita Storm - G*Mart mix) (5:14)
Review: Bong-Ra's Bikini Bandits Kill! Kill! Kill! commemorates two decades of groundbreaking electronic music with this special 20th Anniversary Edition. Originally released in 2003, this reissue showcases the Dutch producer's mastery of breakcore, jungle and hardcore techno. With its relentless energy and intricate rhythms, tracks like 'Miss Strap-On USA' and 'Blood & Fire' deliver sonic assaults that defy convention. The album's fusion of aggressive beats and cinematic samples creates a dystopian soundscape that is both exhilarating and unsettling. Bong-Ra's visionary approach to sound manipulation shines through each cut and means this anniversary edition a must-have for fans of experimental sounds.
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New Beginnings EP
Cat: FUNCTC 002. Rel: 14 Feb 24
New Beginnings
Body Move
Information Overload
Review: New gen energy with old school frequencies, Digital's protege Tim Clay lets rip with a level-upping dispatch. 'New Beginnings' is a statement in every direction. By far his heaviest hitting drums to date, you can feel the Function force on this one! 'Body Move' takes more of drum & bass approach with its strident piano stroke and sensual vocal - think Total Science or early Headz. Finally 'Information Overload' is a right old grizzly 95-era Bristol groaner. Rude in sonic and health. Big moves from Monsieur Clay.

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Death Rattle EP
Cat: RUA 014. Rel: 15 Feb 24
Amygdala (5:35)
Atanas Aconite (6:00)
Death Rattle (6:08)
Prussia Dub (6:44)
Review: Rua Sound deliver their first release of the year and it's an absolute feast for the senses. Earl Grey polishes off his percussion and hammers it into all kinds of wonderful, whimsical and often mystical shapes. From the driving hypnotic jazz force of opener 'Amygdala' to the final sorrowful strings and emotional weeps of the concluding 'Prussia Dub', Mr Tea has whipped up a beguiling storm. The fast-lane blurs and urgency of 'Atanas Aconite' and the dense, sweaty tribal drama of 'Death Rattle' are also exquisite.
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Amorphous Mass
Cat: LIVITY 063. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Big Saver (4:03)
Inner Seem (5:02)
An Amorphous Mass (4:46)
Muni Ce Boa (3:46)
 in stock $14.26
Galactic Transmission
Galactic Transmission (purple marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: CRVT 001. Rel: 01 Feb 24
Better Day (7:10)
Scratch The Surface (6:51)
Different Times (6:57)
Spiral (6:29)
Review: Aural Imbalance brings plenty of signature style to this lovely purple marble 12" on the Curvature imprint out of Germany. It is another fusion of dreamy ambient and cosmic soundscapes with precision drum designs powering along the rhythms. The opener is a jumpy one that has kinetic energy offset by bittersweet pads and 'Scratch The Surface' then floats on suspensory pads with rolling breakbeats adding the sense of motion to the emotions above. On the flip you will find 'Different Times' which is another beautiful mix of deft drum work and angelic pads and 'Spiral' shuts down with an ambient escape.
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Lovable Remixes
Cat: APORN 100. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Lovable (DJ Dextrous Remake)
Lovable (Benny L & Shimon remix)
Lovable (Harmony remix)
Lovable (DJ Dextrous VIP)
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Irrational Numbers Volume 4
Cat: KRUST 004. Rel: 24 Jan 24
Angles (Alt mix) (6:51)
Asian Love Dance (remix) (7:01)
Jazz Note (II) (8:07)
Burning (Alt mix) (7:45)
21st Century (13:37)
Not Necessarily A Man (7:49)
Coded Language (feat Saul Williams) (8:51)
Review: The one and only Krust makes beats like no other and has been out on a class of one since the beginning. He now makes a welcome return with a fourth instalment in his Irrational Numbers series on Wonder Palace Music, which gather together the glories of his 90s output which, at the time, were spread far and wide across many of the era's finest labels. It comes across four sides of vinyl and takes in his usual deft designs an innovative rhythms from the slick but jumpy minimal of the opener to the plug-in bass depths of 'Jazz Note II' via the tightly coiled funk of 'Not Necessarily A Man'. Another doozy from the drum & bass don.
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The Lee Garden Historical Preservation Society
Cat: METALP 26. Rel: 15 Feb 24
The Lost (7:32)
The Scarlet Gospels (5:35)
Destro (5:22)
All 7 (4:39)
Big White (4:53)
Ice Squirrels (5:26)
Andromeda (6:05)
Vermin (feat Flowanastasia) (5:46)
For To Say (5:44)
After Dinner Face Coffee (6:44)
Into Void (6:31)
Trusssss (5:22)
Errol (9:44)
Review: Toronto besties Gremlinz and Jesta have been plotting, scheming and collaborating their entire adult lives - off and on - and releasing together consistently since 2018, but The Lee Garden Historical Preservation Society is their most significant creation to date. An ice cold web of tales and textures that digs deep into drum & bass music's most uncompromising and future-focused aesthetics, over 13 tracks they dig deep into a range of influences - techno ('Andromeda'), jungle ('Destro') and elements of grunge and trip hop on cuts such as 'Vermin' and 'After Dinner Coffee Face' are all in the mix but they forever keep the sonics tight and consistent. Metalheadz through and through.
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Threads (2xLP)
Cat: CIV 059. Rel: 22 Oct 13
Folding Shadows
The Silence (feat Jinadu)
Healing Rain
Jus Sayin' (feat Gone The Hero)
Drift (interlude)
Reverse Logic
Corridor 2013
Patients (feat MC Jabu)
Deep Sea Pyramid
Wall of Light
Wicker & Pearl
Governer's Bay
The Road (feat Charlie Dark)
Review: Jim Coles' decision back in 2010 to implement a swerve in his sonic trajectory away from his hip-hop past as 2tall in favour of a more all-encompassing approach that touches on various strands of bass culture as Om Unit has paid off and then some. Subsequent releases on Exit, Autonomic, Civil Music, Metalheadz and his own Cosmic Bridge imprint have all shown Om Unit eminently capable of tempo shifting productions that appeal to fans of Bass music, Drum & Bass and footwork alike. The latter has been explored further while the Dream Continuum collaboration with Machinedrum on Planet Mu and his Philip D. Kick alias where the link between Chicago's juke heritage and UK Jungle was explored. All this and more is included on Threads, a debut Om Unit LP for Civil Music that deftly collates various strands (or threads) of his production career over the past fifteen years for a cohesive 15 track set that veers through of hip hop, dubstep, jungle and even house.
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Music For The Jilted Generation
Cat: XLLP 114. Rel: 03 Apr 94
Break & Enter
Their Law (feat Pop Will Eat Itself)
Full Throttle
Voodoo People (2:00)
Speedway (Theme From Fastlane)
The Heat (The Energy)
Poison (feat Maxim) (2:00)
No Good (Start The Dance)
One Love (edit) (2:00)
3 Kilos
Claustrophobic Sting
 in stock $24.81
Aft25party (Record Store Day RSD 2021)
Aft25party (Record Store Day RSD 2021) (limited white vinyl 12")
Cat: NHS 428. Rel: 01 Jul 21
Camo & Krooked - "Set It Off" (feat Jeru The Damaja - The Caracal Project remix) (4:28)
SPY - "See Your Face Again" (Kings Of The Rollers remix) (4:56)
Lynx - "Clap Track" (feat Think Tonk) (4:14)
Q Project - "Computer Love" (Kessler remix) (5:29)
Villem - "Harp Of Gold" (4:52)
Review: Drum & bass giants Hospital Records get involved with this year's Record Store Day by serving up a limited white vinyl that also serves as further 25th anniversary celebrations. This is on top of the huge 25 rack album that came back in March and features a load more essential remixes, reworks, VIPs and covers of NHS drum & bass classics. Together they serve as a fine snapshot of the label's past, present and future with Camo & Krooked, S.P.Y, Kings Of The Rollers, Lynx, Think Tonk, Kessler, Villem and The Caracal Project all coming correct.
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Feed Me Weird Things (25th Anniversary Edition) (remastered)
Feed Me Weird Things (25th Anniversary Edition) (remastered) (clear vinyl 2xLP + clear vinyl 10" + page booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: SQPRLP 001C. Rel: 04 Jun 21
Squarepusher Theme (6:19)
Tundra (7:53)
The Swifty (5:19)
Dimotane Co (4:56)
Smedleys Melody (2:34)
Windscale 2 (6:39)
North Circular (6:08)
Goodnight Jade (2:45)
Theme From Ernest Borgnine (7:52)
UFO's Over Leytonstone (6:34)
Kodack (7:15)
Future Gibbon (2:21)
Theme From Goodbye Renaldo (6:04)
Deep Fried Pizza (3:52)
Review: This special anniversary edition of Squarepusher's debut album Feed Me Weird Things is released almost exactly 25 years to the day after the original. Back then it came on Aphex Twin's now defunct Rephlex label and has not been available on streaming platforms ever since. All remastered from the original DATs and with a new, original booklet filled with note and ephemera it is an essential cop for fans old and new. The record broken out of the tight genre restrictions of the time to pair complex rhythms with disarming melodies.
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Flashing Lighters EP
Flashing Lighters EP (hand-stamped coloured vinyl 10")
Cat: WEST 001. Rel: 04 Nov 16
Flashing Lighters (5:55)
Bass Controlla (4:43)
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Cloud Busting
Cat: 3AM 03. Rel: 22 Oct 21
Cloud Busting (6:49)
Octopus (6:22)
Review: Dutch jungle connoisseur Coco Brice has mastered just about every style and sub style over the years. He has a meticulous sound that makes every sound pristine and fully deserving of its place in the mix. The a-side on his new one for 3am Eternal is a mix of brutal, physical drum work and heavenly melody that tugs you in two directions at once on 'Cloud Busting.' It's epic, meaningful and unmissable. On the reverse, thongs are a little more stripped back and a more rolling break tumbles endlessly towards. More lush keys and melodies light it up, with plenty of deft effects and a spine tingling breakdown taking you into the next dimension.
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Things We Do
Things We Do (translucent yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: AKOBO 30. Rel: 04 Oct 23
Things We Do
Turn It On
Review: Things are getting pretty vibey at AKO this month as Verb swaggers into the mix with two utterly gorgeous slabs of timeless jungle craft. 'Things We Do' references a classic r&b cut with teasing vocal echoes that slide in among the rampant widescreen breaks. 'Turn It On' cranks up the heat even more with rising filtered chords and belting soulful vox cuts bringing a powerful house feel to an otherwise raucous vibe. Knock-out soul music.

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Model Man
Cat: MR 0099LP. Rel: 21 Jan 22
Emoclew (1:17)
Don't Cry (feat Hamzaa) (3:32)
Sweet Surrender (3:27)
ESC (Holding Back) (feat Rationale) (4:27)
Hurt (feat Arctic Lake) (3:06)
Trappist-1 (3:43)
Wait Till Tonight (5:28)
Take Me There (5:04)
Distant Memory (1:46)
Sidewinder (4:05)
Clarity (4:04)
Impromptu No1 (Apogee) (10:13)
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Peggy (12")
Cat: DAT 039. Rel: 12 Oct 22
Peggy (5:28)
Boomerang Ragga (6:13)
Knockout Noels (5:09)
Dog & Bone (5:31)
Review: Following last year's '3 Gold Chains', UK new-gen classicist Phineus II returns to Deep Jungle with this quartet of timeless jungle jams. As with his previous output (especially on Green Bay Wax), the feels and aesthetic is fully foundation and wholly authentic with an analogue warmth and rich distortion in all the right places. Flavours for everyone, as always... 'Peggy' and 'Knockout Noels' for the dreamers and jazz weavers, 'Boomerang Ragga' and 'Dog & Bone' for those 3AM face melters. Heavyweight.
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1992 (3xLP)
Cat: PRSPCT 275. Rel: 01 Sep 22
Initiation (3:34)
Not Gettin In (5:08)
Warehouse (3:45)
Just Getting Warm (3:48)
Test Pressing (Longman Shuffle Tribute) (4:41)
Hear Me Now Rudeboy (4:33)
Banger (3:00)
Moon (3:49)
Manic Shuffel (4:45)
The Clock (3:24)
Revolver (4:32)
DUI (3:58)
Acid Fucker - 3 (Kill The Dancer) (3:32)
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Pachinco Man
Cat: RHYTHMDISCS 009. Rel: 18 Apr 23
Pachinco Man (2023 Remaster) (4:01)
Pachinco Man (Denham Audio remix) (4:19)
Review: Japanese reggae/dancehall artist Boogie Man embarked on a career in the early 90s, inspired by the prospect of filling an unfilled niche: adding humorous and bombastic lyrics to an internationally renowned genre he loved. The track 'Pachinco Man' is a tribute to pachinko, a popular arcade game in Japan that involves shooting metal balls into a machine. Much like the ballistics of such an unforgettable arcade fixture, the track flaunts Boogie Man's energetic vocals over an upbeat dancehall riddim, emphasising positivity and humour. Specialist Japanese dancehall like this is a great boon for the label Rhythm Discs!, who are now embarking on a full scouring and reissuing of the scene's best contributions.
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Hold Your Colour
Cat: BBK 2LPX. Rel: 14 Sep 18
Prelude (0:53)
Slam (5:41)
Plasticworld (feat Fats & TC) (6:25)
Fasten Your Seatbelt (feat The Freestylers) (6:32)
Through The Loop (6:12)
Sounds Of Life (feat Jasmine Yee) (5:14)
Girl In The Fire (4:50)
Tarantula (feat DJ Fresh & $pyda & Tenor Fly) (5:30)
Out Here (6:04)
Hold Your Colour (5:26)
The Terminal (5:41)
Streamline (5:18)
Another Planet (7:30)
Still Grey (7:48)
Blood Sugar (bonus track) (5:17)
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Love Drunk EP
Cat: FOKUZ 107. Rel: 10 Sep 21
Crystal (6:32)
Poodle Dub (5:08)
Love Drunk (feat A Little Sound) (5:42)
Stitched Up (5:35)
Review: Still riding high off the success of their album with Charlotte Haining back in May, BCEE now come back strong with a powerful EP on Dutch label Fokuz Recordings. It's 'Crystal' that opens in thoughtful fashion with bold bass notes and a crisp breakbeat that meanders as you get lost in a day dream. There's a more raw energy to 'Poodle Dub', while playful horns bring some colour. You head will be amongst the clouds as the lush chords of 'Love Drunk' are draped over a rolling break and airy vocals soar up top. 'Stitched Up' closes out with more crisp beats, and this time tumbling melodies that fall like rain.
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Return Of Q Project (remastered)
Cat: KLEG 01. Rel: 21 Sep 22
Champion Sound (7:01)
Night Moves (6:34)
Review: When it comes to UK hardcore/jungle schematics, they don't come much more authoritative than Q Project's 'Champion Sound'. That growing hoover sound and iconic vocal stab and those mercenary breaks... Like Total Science's Q himself, this still tears up dancefloors almost 30 years later. As does the often overlooked B-side 'Night Moves'. Bumping and rolling in the shadow of the anthem on the a-side, this wonderfully minimalistic track highlights the power of that essential stripped back dynamic of breaks and big bulging subs - the only ingredients any good D&B track truly needs.
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Compro (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: ITLP 04. Rel: 12 Apr 23
Cerroverb (5:27)
Session Add (6:17)
Rev8617 (3:46)
50 Euro To Break Boost (4:50)
Via Sub Mids (6:27)
Soundboy Ext (4:42)
Dial 274 (6:00)
VLI (5:43)
Flyby VFR (5:16)
Muk FM (5:32)
Kozmic Flush (5:15)
Calimance (Delay mix) (4:02)
Review: Skee Mask, who only recently was found out to be called Bryan Muller, comes through with his second LP to date, making a wonderful follow-up to 2016's Shred. Compro is, ironically, comprised of a much more explorative palette of sounds, with many corners of the album veering off into otherworldly ambient, often through a striking new-age sensibility. The most impressive element of this album is its flow and evolution across its 12 tracks, sounding a lot more like one single-minded thought rather than a collection of disparate dance-not-dance tunes. The quality of the recording is noticeable, too, with tracks like "Rev8617" or "Via Sub Mids" sounding professional, both in vision and style. Through an intricate collage of breaks, samples, polyphonies, and subtle electronic manipulations, Skee Mask has truly mastered his own art, and is giving a new direction to the wider 'UK rave' sound. BIG.
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Circles In Time
Circles In Time (translucent red smoked vinyl double 12")
Cat: CITB 010. Rel: 14 Sep 23
Along The Rooftops (5:01)
My Forever Love (5:12)
Make Some Noiz (4:34)
On Secret Ground (5:03)
Running Wild (6:33)
Silent Secret (5:34)
Falling (5:16)
Do The Math (4:49)
Review: Samuel van Cleef returns as Tommy The Cat, one of the Netherlands' foremost jungle evangelists whose rise to prominence over the past four years is a phenomenon unto itself. It's not hard to understand why when you hear the grade of gear he's shelling out, returning to his Cat In The Bag label with this heavyweight double pack pressed on luxury red marble wax. From the space-age majesty of 'Along The Rooftops' to the roughneck break chops and heads-down dubbiness of 'Make Some Noiz' this is gold-standard rave gear from one of the best doing it right now.
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NQ State Of Mind Vol 1
NQ State Of Mind Vol 1 (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: NQ 021. Rel: 15 Jan 21
Satl - "All My Life" (feat Steo - Tokyo Prose remix) (5:15)
Redeyes - "Late Night Jam" (feat Tyler Daley - Lenzman remix) (5:21)
Anile - "Juno's Position" (5:36)
Sam Binary - "Surface Tension" (6:53)
Submorphics - "Daydreaming" (feat Big Brooklyn Red - Echo Brown remix) (4:34)
Zero T & Unitsouled - "Slightest Moment" (feat KSR - remix) (4:53)
Lenzman - "Walk On By" (Satl remix) (4:55)
Redeyes - "Untitled Soul" (4:10)
FD - "Top2Bottom VIP" (6:27)
Review: The North Quarter label serves up nine exclusive tracks on this superb double LP which is the culmination of many years friendship of Lenzman & Dan Stezo. The former lays down the seamless flow while the latter delivers perfectly introspective lyrics in a heart aching falsetto and all the tunes are solely from The Northern Quarter associates. The liquid drum & bass grooves are soulful and soaring, with plaintive pianos draped over the silky sequences. It's a warm and emotive listen for days at home as well as once dance floors open up again. Favourites include Zero T & Unitsouled's frictionless 'Slightest Moment' and FD's deep diving closer 'Top2Bottom VIP.'
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Clockwork (limited 12")
Cat: SOULR 043RP. Rel: 29 Jun 23
Clockwork (feat DRS) (5:54)
Entropy (6:11)
Review: Manc drum & bass collective MIST (made up of legends the late Marcus Intalex, ST Files and, at one point, Calibre) first released 'Clockwork' and 'Entropy' in 2009; the dual single instantly garnered acclaim for its high-octane rollage and clean drumwork, topping up the reputation of its label Soul:r. Now reissued for the first time, we're once more reminded of the two tracks' enduring impact on the dum & bass scene at large, with a vocal appearance from DRS on 'Clockwork' cementing drum & bass's lineage from and to ragga, as well as the tidbit that 'Entropy' is, a solo detour from Intalex alone.
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Dispatch Dubplate 23
Dispatch Dubplate 23 (hand-numbered 180 gram vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: DISDUB 023. Rel: 20 Apr 23
Mental Kiss (5:52)
Exactly This (5:31)
Orgasm (6:05)
Ocean (6:18)
Review: Russian polymath Black Barrel continues his incredible vein of form with this stunning (and highly limited) Dispatch Dubplate edition. Flexing his full range and style, each cut tickles a different corner of the dancefloor. Highlights range from the uncompromising drum thunder on 'Mental Kiss' and the sensual, heartfelt sounds of 'Orgasm' by way of the purring, subdued soul of 'Exactly This' and the powerful finale cut 'Ocean'. Time to take a deep dive!
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The Limit
The Limit (12")
Cat: XK 025. Rel: 05 May 22
The Limit (6:19)
Slinky Bork (7:12)
Diva Loops (6:40)
Trigger Happy (6:31)
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Count To Ten
Cat: SOULR 055. Rel: 17 Jul 12
Count To Ten (feat Enei)
Holding On (feat Lenzman, Jehst & Riya)
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DDB 014
DDB 014 (12")
Cat: DDB 014. Rel: 01 Feb 24
Sam C - "Under The Radar" (6:56)
Sam C - "Electric Flow" (5:55)
MadmatiK - "Lacrima" (7:19)
Sam C - "Eternal" (5:27)
Review: Diosis Decibel roll out another techno D&B fusion affair with the bossman Sam C once again at the controls. 'Under The Radar' sets the scene. A pummelling 165BPM 4x4 / breakbeat swagger, it punches holes in every wall of your house before it even comes out of the sleeve. These vibes persist across the 12" as Sam goes deep on the hypnotic 'Electric Flow' and euphoric on 'Eternal' while Italian-in-Romania Madmatik lays down some psy gold on 'Lacrima'. Exceptional.
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Steel Circuit Chronicles Volume 1
Steel Circuit Chronicles Volume 1 (blue & white splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: G2G 022. Rel: 07 Feb 24
Blame - "Robot Revolution" (6:04)
Sync Dynamix - "Don't Give Up" (6:43)
Flatliner - "Desire" (6:29)
Review: Good 2 Go bite down hard into 2024 with a brand new series entitled Steel Circuit Chronicles. A concept that sounds as good as its title suggests, we kick off with this exceptional deep jungle triple-header. The legendary Blame takes the lead with the percussive slab of drama that is 'Robot Revolution', a cut that packs some serious layered drum welly. He's backed up all the way by two more impressive individuals; G2G bossman Lee Croucher dons his Sync Dynamix alias for the atmospheric dream 'Don't Give Up' while mid 90s Ram artist Flatliner ends his own hazy, cosmic twist to conclude the EP. Timeless and stunning.
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Resurgence Episode II Part II
Cat: DATLP 002CD. Rel: 07 Feb 24
Merciful (6:18)
Everybody (6:07)
Unconscious Mind (6:48)
Review: The Deep Jungle bossman Harmony returns to his 2022 album Harmony Resurgence Episode 2 with this second vinyl outing. Following the inaugural volume, this second part packs three more striking tear-ups from the LP. 'Merciful' kicks things off with brazen hurricane soul and more breaks than a fracture clinic while 'Everybody' takes us down a much more chilled, serene route with a series of salubrious guitar slides before dropping us into some wild drum wizardry. Finally we have 'Unconscious Mind', a work of much more spacious design that's not dissimilar to the early output on Headz. Proper grown up tackle, the whole album is worth a deep dive if you have the time to explore it. Big up Harmony.
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Resurgence Episode II Part III
Cat: DATLP 002EF. Rel: 07 Feb 24
Only One (6:14)
Void (6:10)
Here We Go (6:15)
Freak (6:40)
Review: Welcome to the third and final instalment of Deep Jungle bossman DJ Harmony's album Harmony Resurgence Episode 2 wherein the London stalwart runs us through our paces with the concluding four tracks. As always with Harmony, the focus is on the atmosphere and emotion as we're hurled from tear-up to tear-up. 'Only One' is a big drum piece with precision chiselled breaks, 'Void' takes more of a technoid twist with its outer planetary trembles and tingles while 'Here We Go' comes with a jazzy, skippy twist. Last but not least we have 'Freak', a gentle album closer with a super soulful twist. Harmony restored; make sure you grab all three parts to this beautiful album.
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The Eyes EP
The Eyes EP (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: GOLD 003. Rel: 14 Feb 24
The Eyes
I'm Sorry
Snakes Blowin Up (remix)
Gun In A Barrow
Review: OG jungle legend and man of many aliases Amos Bellot unleashes four previously unreleased gems from his vaults for the good felines at Jungle Cat. From the jazzy blasts and breezes of opener 'The Eyes' to the sexy outro sample of finale 'Gun In A Barrow', each one as raucous, choppy and fusion-filled as the next. Throw in highly sought-after cult dubplate 'Snakes Blowin Up' (Remix) and you've got yourself an epic slab of concrete jungle right here. Joosey stuff!
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Out Of Body
Out Of Body (clear vinyl 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: VNRAS 012. Rel: 29 Jan 24
Greekboy - "Out Of Body" (7:15)
MS Dos & Greekboy - "Lazerstorm" (6:04)
Review: Following the revered likes of Jack Smooth and Blame, hyper prolific producers Greekboy and MS Dos are the latest jungle craftsmen to join the crew Violet Nights. As you'd expect from the London imprint, timeless vibes are the order of the day as both producers dig deep into their drums and whip up powerful atmospheres. Greekboy delivers the big rushy moment of the 12" are trembling arpeggios flutter and shimmer over rugged slamming breaks on 'Out Of Body' while MS-Dos defies the more obvious connotations of the dramatic title 'Lazerstorm', instead triggering a synapse firework display of the mind. Music to get lost inside of.
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Far From Home
Far From Home (red & clear splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: SPTL 022. Rel: 21 Dec 23
Atmospheric Entry (6:32)
Lysithea (6:29)
Altered Perception (6:28)
Mountain Sky (7:17)
Review: Spatial Recordings are on a real roll; this isn't the only stellar Aural Imbalance EP to have been released lately. 'Far From Home' evokes the feeling of straying far from home all too well, its sonic subject taking every inauspicious risk - enslavement, treachery - for the sake of personal understanding and self-discovery, despite the cosmic abysses of loneliness that inevitably result from sonic journeys such as this. Aural Imbalance's ability to approach drum & bass pictorally, as if each track were a landscape painting, is all too evident; by far the star track is 'Lysithea', which does to atmospheric jungle what Tin Man does to acid, lending just-right amounts of echo, reverb and all-purpose space to a neat breaks-and-synth formula that goes beyond the mere sum of its parts.
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Eat The Bass
Cat: BASSFOOD 001V. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Pablo Dread - "Morning Rave" (4:28)
Boombassbrothers - "Hype The Funk" (4:30)
Bellota Dubs - "What U Won't" (4:45)
Amantes Del Futuro - "Cumbia De La Montana" (Silly Tang remix) (5:38)
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The Steppa Dub EP
The Steppa Dub EP (hand-stamped 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: SFR 023. Rel: 02 Feb 24
Steppa Dub (6:25)
Sound Merderah (5:26)
Symbols Of Jupiter (5:18)
Jah Prophecy (5:18)
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Luna (12")
Cat: DAT 058. Rel: 10 Jan 24
Luna (6:37)
Mystical (6:18)
Review: Deep Jungle bossman Harmony lives up to his name and aligns universal frequencies with his first 12" of 24. 'Luna' takes the lead. A robust choppy cut that nods in the direction of Krome & Time with its sweeping pads and crafty broken twists. 'Mystical' brings a little more dreamy energy with its whirling chords and heavier sense of momentum. Both sound like they were prised out of 1994's hands fresh off the cutting lathe. Few contemporary jungle labels are operating at Harmony's level right now.
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