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Viagem
Viagem (10")
Cat: CRUCIAL 024. Rel: 02 Jul 19
  1. Viagem (5:23)
  2. Encanto (4:40)
Review: Having soared us through the dense black marsh earlier this year, Portuguese deepsmith 3WA takes us through even swampier, intense territories with this Crucial debut. "Viagem" is like stepping into a deep boggy cave where the drips from the stalactites get heavier and the ground swallows you like quicksand. "Encanto" then hauls your keister out of there with insistent hang drum percussion and rolling kicks before blowing you dry with powerful flutes and pipes. Charmed.
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Bronca EP
Bronca EP (12")
Cat: FAV 018. Rel: 12 Nov 20
  1. Bronca (5:05)
  2. Old Mount (4:44)
  3. Bloody Mess (4:45)
  4. Worms (4:34)
Review: 3WA returns to Foundation Audio with a monsters stepper that will loosen your bowels thanks to its serious low end wobble. The opener is the chief example of that with its stuttering kicks and prickly hits all underpinned by a warm, wubbing undercurrent of lovely bass. 'Old Mount' has another bottomlessly deep low end and lithe, shiny synths bring to mind an urban metropolis late at night and 'Bloody Mess' then cuts loose muffled vocals and slapping hits overlaid with manic melodies straight from an early computer game soundtrack. Closer 'Worms' slows things down to a predatory crawl.
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Altair EP
Altair EP (12" + zine)
Cat: TERRA 001. Rel: 03 Mar 20
  1. Altair (5:04)
  2. Laser Lords (5:06)
  3. King Of Style (5:09)
Review: Off to a firing start last year on the likes of Foundation Audio, FKOF, Crucial and 786, Portuguese darksmith 3WA has the honour of launching Earth & Stone, the new label from Subtle FM's Chalcraft. Taking off where the likes of "Viagem" and "Black Marsh" left us, the "Altair" EP is awash with spooky harmonics and eerie, creeped out textures and trippy off-beat drum patterns. The title track sets the parameters with its folding tubular bass that shoots up an octave or three when you least expect it, "Laser Lords" follows with a stern lesson in percussive persuasion wrapped up in a raffish Coki style bassline before "King Of Style" signs the deal off with a swaggering groove and techno attitude. 3WA? 3WOAH mate.
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Temple Duel
Temple Duel (limited 10")
Cat: KHALIPHONIC 13. Rel: 18 Nov 19
  1. Temple Duel (5:06)
  2. Temple Dub (5:02)
Review: Blimey, if this isn't major meeting of musical Midas minds then we don't know what is. Alter Echo, E3 and Headland all collaborating with legendary dub flautist Diggory Kenrick. "Temple Duel" sets the scene in deep underground chambers, untouched by the sun. Reverb space is our only guide and ritual combat is the only way out as we make our way through subsonic 808 bass foundations, a near-industrial mid-range bass guitar groove, stiff snares, stick-fighting percussion and Diggory's torchlight melody. A truly fluid hypnotic narrative that arcs through the dark, if you're looking for an even foggier route flip for "Temple Dub" where the torch is extinguished and you have nothing but your sonic wits to take you home. Only Diggory knows if you make alive or not...
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Gespielt von: Alexis Le-Tan, Zukas
 in stock $15.86
The Woods
The Woods (12")
Cat: HOLDITDOWN 002. Rel: 16 Jun 20
  1. The Woods (5:07)
  2. Stumble (4:40)
Review: And the winner of the best rhetorical question of the day goes to Are You Gunna Hold It Down? Blatantly we are when the sounds are this heavy. 002 for the label now, once again it's very cheeky white label business, fully anonymous in the credit department and the vibes are set extremely high. "The Woods" is an oil pneumatic machine, the likes of which you'd expect to hear on Osiris while "Stumble" hits on two sides; the ghostly graveyard overtones and that flabby old bassline undertone. Think Distance and you're in the right sonic ballpark.
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Nothing Is Certain LP Sampler
Cat: NONPLUS 006. Rel: 18 Aug 10
  1. Phobos
  2. Oort Cloud
  3. Matter Of Time
Review: Instra:mental's Nonplus imprint are set to unleash US based producer ASC's debut album, Nothing Is Certain next month but first deliver a three track taster of this highly anticipated LP. "Phobos" sets industrial noises and sparse, dramatic tones as its backdrop but entwines electronic grooves and micro samples over the top to create his unusual but wholly captivating sound. "Oort Cloud" drops out into some cosmic, downtempo atmospheres of weightless space before "Matter of Time" explores wind-like sounds and melodies, deep oceans of bass and his intriguing use of Oriental sounding percussion. Once listen to this will have you holding your breath for July's LP.
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Apatheia EP
Cat: TRSK 009. Rel: 04 Dec 19
  1. Eighteenhundred (15:51)
  2. Apatheia (6:52)
  3. East (7:53)
Review: German producer Bhed takes charge of the ninth EP on the vital Trusik label. His mastery of ambient, dub, techno depths and bass weight are all present and correct here, never more so than on the fantastic opener "Eighteenhundred". Taking up the whole of one side of wax, it is more than deserving of that indulgence as it slowly trips through floating pads, icy hi hats and supple rhythms that soothe the mind, body and soul. "Apatheia" is a more edgy track which is just as cavernous but has you looking over your shoulder, and closing cut "East" is a pure and dreamy dub beauty.
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Gespielt von: Pugilist
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NSX 007
NSX 007 (12")
NSX
Cat: NSX 007. Rel: 21 Jul 20
  1. WORK (feat Riko Dan) (3:58)
  2. WORK (instrumental) (3:59)
  3. British (feat Luciferian) (4:15)
  4. British (instrumental) (4:16)
Review: Bunker and Rygby collide with Riko Dan and Luciferian for two slabs of premium 140. "W.O.R.K" rolls up its sleeves from the off. Sporting serious fire bars from Riko, the message is clear - if you want something you've got to work for it. "British" has a more sobering note as Luciferian paints an honest picture of the UK and its many many frustrating foibles. Also included are two exceptional instrumentals that carry serious weight even without the MCs doing damage on them. Vinyl-only, don't sleep on this.
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Climb Out Of Your Hiding Place
Climb Out Of Your Hiding Place (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SYSTM 033. Rel: 05 Aug 20
  1. Climb Out Of Your Hiding Place (4:34)
  2. Your Shed's Too Big (5:06)
Review: Boofy on System; we're surprised this hasn't happened sooner... But the wait has been worth it as we've got two powerful lessons in suspense, tension and low end drama. "Climb Out Of Your Hiding Place" sets the admonishing tone. Paranoid, foreboding and stripped back to the bare elements, it's the perfect pace setter. Flip for another excellently titled track as "Your Shed's Too Big" flips the focus on the rolling steppy percussion and wandering pipe arpeggio that skitters around the cut like a spider on ice. Get shedded.
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Roll The Dice
Roll The Dice (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: S7S 006. Rel: 03 Oct 17
  1. Roll The Dice (3:44)
  2. Cane Sword (5:34)
Review: It's time to step into the Bristol shadows with Sector 7 once again as label co-runner Boofy invites Young Echo to the fray for two instrumental grime / dub hybrids. "Roll The Dice" pelvises with its dense subs and shimmering atmospheric textures while shattering trap snare roll and a mystic melody and skippy drum arrangement flicker in and out of the foreground. "Cane Sword" is a little more on the pure grime tip with some superb drum momentum, breathless atmospheres and cool samples that skid to a halt when you least expect them. Roll again...
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Razor/Predators
Razor/Predators (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HILEVRECS 001. Rel: 15 Oct 18
  1. Razor
  2. Predators
Review: Bristol-based badman Borai has been quietly issuing some of the city's most immense club wreckers for many years now, sometimes in partnership with October, and sometimes flying solo (as on the crucial Anybody From London for Hotline Recordings). Here he's inaugurating Higher Level with some absolute dance slayers, kicking off with the mammoth pitched-down drum funk and gut-wrenching bass of "Razor" before switching stance for the dreamier but no less rowdy "Predators." Both cuts are a masterclass in classic breakbeat science, delivering the foundational UK sound with panache that sets these weapons far apart from the rest of the pack.
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Orders
Orders (12")
Cat: SEN 014. Rel: 01 Jul 20
  1. Boylan & Logos - "Orders" (4:13)
  2. Boylan, Slimzee & USF - "The Mould" (4:40)
Review: It was only a matter of time before Boylan landed on Youngsta's Sentry. A master of dark subby funk, usually found more around the grime and breaks corners, his sound has always lent itself to the more traditional dubstep vibe. As proved by these two savage collaborations. "Orders" sees him teaming up with old mate Logos for a hammering halftime vibe that pays respect to the traditions but does with a slight techno twist. Flip for "The Mould" where the breaks come out in full force. A proper swinging jam with wild drums and an elasticated bassline, there's nice nod to the turn of the century dark garage and early Bingo feel as we're pushed and shunted into bassy parts unknown. Sentry just keep on smashing it.
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Sekkle Tune
Cat: GB 025. Rel: 18 May 20
  1. Sekkle Tune (4:15)
  2. Sekkle Tune (RDG remix) (4:24)
Review: Buckle up for Bukkha. After years of releases on the likes of ZamZam, Moonshine, Infernal, Dub-Stuy and many other respected 140 stables, American in Spain Evert Cristoff makes his debut on Gourmet with "Sekkle Tune". A bulbous traditional dub-minded piece, complete with melodica flutters, it hits hard like Amit jamming the Scientist. For a more dancefloor-focussed take flip for a shake-up by RDG where the beats add a little more skip while maintaining the raw simplicity of the original. Grubs up.
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Claustro
Claustro (heavyweigjht vinyl 12")
Cat: HDB 120. Rel: 14 Jun 19
  1. Claustro (5:44)
  2. State Forest (7:53)
Review: While he's offered up the occasional remix, William "Burial" Bevan has been rather quiet of late. In fact, this two-tracker marks his first original material for almost two years. Lead cut "Claustro" is an unexpectedly up-tempo dancefloor affair - a sweet and sticky chunk of future-garage that sees Bevan wrap sugary female vocal snippets, spacey chords and bubbly analogue electronics around snappy two-step beats - drenched in vinyl crackle and tape hiss - and a rock solid bassline. It will raise a few eyebrows given his previous work but nevertheless sounds like a summer anthem in waiting. Bevan returns to familiar territory on flipside cut "State Forest", a ghostly, field recording-laden ambient excursion where pedal steel style motifs slowly rise above opaque electronics.
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Cross The Line
Cat: BURKE 003. Rel: 13 Aug 20
  1. Cross The Line (3:03)
  2. Detail (3:17)
  3. Harps & Home (4:20)
  4. Craic Fiend (4:39)
Review: Burke returns with four more of his mysterious bass tunes on his own label. He is known for drawing on everything from trap to dubstep, grime to UK drill and does that again here with a real sense of intrigue and mystery. Opener "Cross The Line" sounds like Wu Tang Clan had they formed in London in 2020. "Detail" is a paranoid low end wobbler with high pressure bass, and "Harps & Home" gets more melodic and releases the pressure with some lush harp sounds. It's back to menacing darkness on closer "Craic Fiend", though, which keeps you locked with your head down.
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What's The Difference
Cat: BURST 001. Rel: 15 Sep 20
  1. What's The Difference? (3:59)
  2. Still Dre (4:49)
Review: We're not sure who's behind this, and considering the source material, we're probably not likely to find out too soon either. This doesn't matter when the beats are as fun as this... 'What's The Difference' flexes the orchestral groove with a swagger that's five bank accounts, three ounces and two vehicles wides. 'Still Dre' takes more of a dramatic lead with its dreamy Joker-style synths and a vibe that still rocks its khakis with a cuff and a crease. You won't forget about this one.
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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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Gespielt von: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $7.78
FKOFV 004
FKOFV 004 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: FKOFV 004. Rel: 19 Nov 20
  1. Chad Dubz & Biome - "455" (5:08)
  2. Chad Dubz & Eddy Seven - "Strictly" (5:32)
  3. Chad Dubz - "Nilaari" (4:26)
  4. Chad Dubz & Biome - "455" (DJ Madd remix) (4:40)
Review: For the latest volume in FatKidOnFire's vinyl series, boss man Will Benton has handed over the reins to Foundation Audio founder Chad Smit AKA Chad Dubz, a producer who can usually be relied on the deliver the sub-heavy goods. He begins by joining forces with Biome on '455', a laidback but weighty slab of punishing dubstep creepiness, before uniting with Eddy Seven on a fine fusion of bassline style warped bass and crunchy post-dubstep beats ('Strictly'). He goes solo on 'Nilaari', an aggressive and angry slab of dancefloor dubstep peppered with 8-bit electronics, before DJ Madd delivers a sparse, stripped-back and insanely sub-heavy re-wire of '455'.
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Dub Grinder
Cat: DGIT 10. Rel: 27 Aug 20
  1. Dub Grinder (4:41)
  2. Winter Is Coming (4:39)
Review: Twisted times call for twisted music: Croydon OG Coki sends the summer off with a two-track headbutt of timeless proportions. "Dub Grinder" is a blast back to 2007 with its brazen horns and flabbery swagger. A track that's been lurking in Coki's sets for some time now and saw a very limited TP release last year, it's now yours to grind on vinyl for a limited time. Needed some extra spice? Flip for "Winter Is Coming" where Coki sharpens up his signature angularities and reminds us who founded the wobble in the first place. Wrap up warm.
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The Haunting
Cat: DDD 065. Rel: 05 Aug 20
  1. The Haunting (5:16)
  2. Help (4:39)
  3. Passage Of Arms (5:04)
  4. Skrrrt (5:04)
Review: BC badness on DDD: after a string of sizzlers on Duploc, ColtCuts returns to Truth's Deep, Dark & Dangerous imprint with four more bruisers. "The Haunting" takes the lead with some real sludgy, muddy, moody graveyard funk while "Help" brings on the creeps with a restrained sense of tension. Flip for "Passage Of Arms", a much more stripped back piece with a dagger-like staccato riff before "Skrrrt" completes the set on a spacious, trippy one. Another crucial one from the CC on the DDDD - the extra D stands for deadly.
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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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Radar
Radar (12")
Cat: NONPLUS 015. Rel: 12 Sep 11
  1. Radar
  2. Vacuum States
Review: Having announced his new Jon Convex endeavour with two slices of formidable futurism for Martyn's 3024 imprint, Damon Kirkham returns to the familiarity of Non Plus with a double clutch of equally essential productions. Fans of cult TV might recognise the snatch of Badalamenti strings that announce "Radar" in such ominous fashion, though it's they way this element is weaved amidst ever groaning insect like bass and murderous strains of dystopian acid that truly impresses. And of course the brittle click clack of drums that always threatens to smash to pieces. In contrast, "Vacuum States" offers a more optimistic slant on the sci fi electro poise, gradually letting loose a succession of kaleidoscopic synth flutters over the stripped down kick thrust and glooping bass.
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Gespielt von: Exium, Ste Roberts, Marcel Heese
 in stock $3.32
Daega Sound
Cat: LODUBS 1220025. Rel: 26 Aug 20
  1. Gate Keeper (3:22)
  2. Second Strike (3:53)
  3. Second Strike (Kromestar remix) (5:20)
Review: LoDubs has been turning out delicious dub for nearly 15 years now, often as a bit of a lone ranger out on the west coast of America. One of its key prophets has been Vancouver's Daega Sound who has mapped the bass sound from dubstep into whatever it is called these days with real craft. Here he serves up two more compelling originals in "Gatekeeper" and "Second Strike". The former is filled with tension as the bass and hits lurch from one foot to the other and the latter is all manic loops and crashing hits. Kromestar closes out with a deadly remix that is more menacing than Mike Tyson in his prime.
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Orbit Dub
Orbit Dub (limited 7" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: ZAMZAM 76. Rel: 13 Feb 20
  1. Orbit Dub (4:11)
  2. Theory Dub (4:14)
Review: Since launching in 2014, Portland's ZamZam Sounds imprint has offered up a string of beautifully packaged seven-inch singles from a mixture of big hitters and rising stars from the global bass music scene. Their latest missive comes from Dayzero, a Japanese dubstep producer best known for his outings on Wheel & Deal, Sentry and, most recently, Vomitspit. The two tracks here are weighty, intergalactic and otherworldly, mixing dub style rhythms with the kind of angular, razor-sharp sub-bass motifs more often associated with dancefloor dubstep. Both cuts are quality, though it's rolling A-side "Orbit Dub" - all lolloping dub beats, wobble bass, metallic effects and paranoid aural textures - that really stands out.
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Gespielt von: Toby Tobias
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Koshi
Koshi (12")
Cat: WPR 033. Rel: 13 Aug 18
  1. Koshi (6:04)
  2. Sippin' (4:09)
  3. Slap (6:09)
Review: White Peach bringing the juicy freshness once again... This time Bristol duo De Tu step up with three slabs of uncut mysticism. "Koshi" takes the lead with alluring pipes, a loose clanky beat and a vibe so introspective you'll feel you're turning inside out. "Sippin'" extolls the virtue of moderation over an iced grime hybrid, all tricky snare rolls and wild pitch vox. "Slap" brings us into submission with tightly plucked steel strings, a big belly bass tone and more loose limbed drum work. Joie de tu vivre.
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Scrape EP
Scrape EP (12")
Cat: ARTKL 051. Rel: 13 Aug 20
  1. Scrape (4:43)
  2. Concrete (5:14)
Review: Felix Ruocco aka Deadcrow hails from The Hague, n the Netherlands, which is mostly associated with rip-snorting electro. He is a master of the dub, however, and now makes his debut on Artikal with a killer two tracker that has already been tearing up dubstep dancehalls. Opener "Scrape" has a real sense of character with its playful lead echoing a classic top line, while the reggae drums below are finished with a truly contemporary aesthetic. "Concrete" is all steel drums, wobbling low end and happy guitar riffs for sunny climes.
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Bells (RPG mix)
Bells (RPG mix) (limited hand-stamped 1-sided 10")
Cat: DEV 002. Rel: 23 May 17
  1. Bells (RPG mix) (3:46)
Review: The ZX gunman returns! Here we find him filling in his signature space with vivid colours; Oriental scales cascade mesmerizingly across a series of synth textures, melodies and counter melodies while a stern bass hums with heavy voltage beneath. Kickless but kicking, it's another singular shot from the London shooter.
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Salsa Apocalypso
Cat: NONPLUS 018. Rel: 19 Dec 11
  1. Salsa
  2. Ache
Review: Nonplus continue to confound all with their esoteric approach to curation with the debut record from Doubleheart, a collaborative project between Optimo's JD Twitch and bass pioneer Neil Landstrumm. In a year of strong releases from the label, it easily stands out as one of their best; "Salsa" utilises brittle mechanical congas as the rhythmic backbone for the track, but it's the massively oscillating bass and sirens that really make it, being simultaneously huge but also restrained enough to prevent it falling into typical bass tropes. "Ache" meanwhile takes things down a notch with a housier tempo and thick bass slabs which threaten to go into full on acid at times. But it's the echoing vocal fragments and rhythm guitar that fascinate most, joining the dots between the obvious influence of Jamaican dub and contemporary bass.
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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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Amphibious
Amphibious (12")
Cat: SYSTM 025. Rel: 10 Apr 19
  1. Amphibious (3:46)
  2. Lucid Dreams (5:07)
Review: Fresh Sector 7, Bristol's Drone makes his debut on V.I.V.E.K's System Sound with two smoking slabs of bass weight. "Amphibious" funks up the radar for a bleep excursion through the swampiest of textures with only a trippy riser and noir spoken word. Flip for "Lucid Dreams" where things take a creepier undertone thanks to the cavernous space, waterdrops, roomy switchy kicks, pranged out reverse manoeuvres and a sub as thick as marmite. Immense.
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Horror
Horror (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: S7S 010. Rel: 15 Oct 19
  1. Horror (3:22)
  2. Horror (Boofy remix) (3:24)
Review: Get out of the shower scene and onto our decks. Drone follows up his Circadian Rhythms release with a ruthless jam that's straight out of the Norman Bates guidebook to life. Stark staccato strings, booming bass and spacious beats; this is pure Bristol Psycho business and it's backed by another west country horror Boofy on the remix. Chopping up the original within an inch of its life, he adds a little ghetto-twist in the beats for added murderation. Heavy.
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FKD
FKD (hand-numbered 12" limited to 295 copies)
Cat: WRDUBS 07. Rel: 24 Sep 19
  1. Chad Dubz - "FKD" (4:54)
  2. JFO - "Destroyer Of Worlds" (5:35)
Review: For the seventh salvo on Well Rounded Records' "Well Rounded Dubs" series, the hard-working Brighton crew has secured tracks from two hard-working and well-regarded producers. Bristol based Chad Dubz handles side A, reaching for the weirdo effects, psychedelic electronics, sub-heavy bass and head-nodding beats on bleeping post-dub head-nodder "FKD" (think Mad Professor after overdosing on LSD and you're close). Over on side B Manchester's JFO takes over and treats us to a particularly deep dubstep excursion where creepy effects, ricocheting percussion sounds and horror style spoken word samples cluster around crunchy beats and a suitably sustained sub-bass motif.
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Stop Flapping Your Gums Vol 2
Cat: HTS 003. Rel: 25 Feb 20
  1. Jaws (3:16)
  2. Border Clash (3:44)
Review: Basic Rhythm alter ego East Man returns to his Hi Tek imprint with his second anti gum-flapping manifesto. Rough, sludgy, oppressive; "Jaws" is a stripped back to the bulbous bare essentials. Just a warm 808 bass/kick and snare hits, weaving and bobbing with heavy hypnosis. Flip for "Border Clash" where strange bee's nest textures buzz between the bass hits and shattered percussive hits. Paranoid, confusing, heavy. Dark times inspire dark tunes.
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Surface Tension
Surface Tension (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SUBTLE 002. Rel: 17 Sep 19
  1. Surface Tension (4:47)
  2. Bokkei (4:39)
Review: After launching with a Headland release last year, Subtle stride forth with another exciting talent from New Zealand for your radar: Ebb. "Surface Tension" is an absolute steam roller of a jam with the bassline unfolding its flabs over and over until you're covered in slimy low-end fat. "Bokkei" raises the prang stakes a little with minor key strikes and a more aggressive rolling bassline that doesn't so much as unfold but KO punch its way through the mix. Subtle? Sublime more like.
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It Goes
It Goes (12")
Cat: ENV 027. Rel: 19 Nov 20
  1. It Goes (5:23)
  2. Club Banger (5:54)
  3. It Goes (Benny Ill remix) (5:49)
Review: While his Six Sunsets partnership with Drumterror has become a staple feature of the UK bass music scene over the last five years, Luke Chipperfield-Outing has not released that many solo singles as Ekula. For that reason, this rare outing on Encrypted Audio is a significant release. Title track 'It Goes' is particularly potent, with Chipperfield-Outing peppering a weighty, post-dubstep rhythm with cut-up male vocal samples, UK garage style synth stabs and pleasingly glassy-eyed musical flourishes. The producer's UKG influences are also evident on 'Club Banger', a fittingly titled number that smothers a hardcore style breakbeat in female vocal samples, pulverising sub-bass and speed garage-inspired organ stabs. This hardcore revival vibe continues on the EP's closing cut: a rave-igniting revision of 'It Goes' from UK bass stalwart Benny Ill.
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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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Oyuki EP
Oyuki EP (12")
Cat: WP 021. Rel: 22 May 17
  1. Oyuki (4:00)
  2. You Don't (5:35)
  3. Empress (4:01)
  4. Ro$e Gold (5:13)
Review: Stockholm's Eva808 returns to the ever-juicy White Peach with her first full EP for the label. Following the damage and soul exploding sounds of her Encrypted EP last year, once again it's a woozy unpredictable affair: "Oyuki" is a seasick damager with its warped textured and slurring momentum while the string-snapping "Empress" is straight out of Hitchcock's playbook. "Ro$e Gold" and "You Don't" play perfect counterpoint as hazier soft-focus antidotes to her peaktime venom. The former is like being in a church under the sea while "You Don't" is like having honey poured in your ears. TIP.
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Fallow & Chalice EP
Fallow & Chalice EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CHOW 002. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Fallow - "Blitz" (4:12)
  2. Fallow - "Northern Don" (4:01)
  3. Fallow - "Operation Dark Fruit VIP" (3:18)
  4. DJ Chalice - "Rewind Me" (4:25)
  5. DJ Chalice - "Artois Anthem" (4:26)
  6. DJ Chalice - "Raise Ya Chalice" (3:40)
Review: Chow Down serves up its second release with the adventurous grime exploits of Fallow and DJ Chalice, twisting out all kinds of audacious bass shapes that would set the dance alight at parties such as Boxed. Fallow takes the A side with confidence, fresh from a release on Blood Frenzy, and "Blitz" shows the emergent producer is taking no prisoners with a hail of bullets and haunting Indian classical samples. "Northern Don" is a more wobbly synth-rich beat, while "Operation Dark Fruit VIP" amps up the grime strings. DJ Chalice has a lighter touch, bringing in some sunnier melodics and embracing the RnB influences on "Artois Anthem".
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Dive
Dive (12")
Cat: PRESH 008. Rel: 09 Aug 19
  1. Dive (5:32)
  2. Rain (3:41)
Review: Last year Burial and the Bug joined forces as Flame 1, delivering an in-demand EP on the latter's Pressure label featuring two sizable slabs of industrial strength soundsystem science. Here they return as Flame 2, once again offering up a pair of weighty dancefloor excursions. A-side "Dive" is a loud and claustrophobic affair, as the duo wraps dystopian dub bass and sparse, mutilated post-drill rhythms in layers of apocalyptic aural textures and mind-altering dub techno style processed noise. Flipside "Rain" is arguably more suitable for dancefloor plays and sees the esteemed twosome combine pulverizing sub-bass heaviness with dancehall style drums that come smothered in mind-melting effects and paranoia-inducing aural smoke.
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Kingsize
Kingsize (12")
Cat: PLANTPOWER 005. Rel: 12 Nov 19
  1. Kingsize (3:46)
  2. 2020 (3:51)
  3. All Talk (3:45)
Review: It's been a while since Foamy took us on a Plantpower trip but the wait is always worth it. Three tracks, all laced and wired with his unique off-kilter 140 funk, the tone is set by "Kingsize". Every bit as fat bottomed as its name suggests, there's a delightfully woozy off-beat feel running throughout. "2020" pushes us into next year with an energetic steppy twist. With strong UKG and UK funky feels, the bashy drums twist and turn around a bassline that's as foreboding as the future feels. Finally Mr Plate concludes with "All Talk". Understated and a precision balance of introspection and wriggly bass funk, don't be fooled by the title... It's actually all action. So should you be; every Plantpower release so far has completely sold out.
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Joken
Joken (10")
Cat: CRUCIAL 019. Rel: 26 Oct 18
  1. Joken (4:04)
  2. Get Them Bags (4:27)
Review: Sleeper man Alex Fox debuted the GRAMZ alias earlier in the year via a two-track 12" on Sentry Records built around paranoid sonic textures, serious bass-weight and rolling 140 BPM beats. For this 10" outing on Crucial, Fox has taken a deeper approach, ratcheting up the smoky atmosphere while retaining sizeable low-end pressure. "Joken" and flipside "Get Them Bags" are hazy, ultra-deep dubstep workouts, with both doffing a cap towards hip-hop and grime (check out the manipulated MC vocal samples on the latter, in particular), as well as the crackling sonic textures of Burial. "Joken" rolls along nicely while remaining pleasingly subdued, while "Get Them Bags" has a little more sonic strut. Both, though, are excellent.
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Atijo
Atijo (12")
Cat: TRSR 004. Rel: 12 May 16
  1. Atijo (5:11)
  2. Ina (4:47)
Review: Following last year's sudden reappearance on Trusik, Tony Williams (most commonly known these days as Addison Groove) has clearly rekindled his love for 140 music in a major way. Not only with brand new originals, but the re-launch of his hugely respected Transistor imprint. It's a fittingly delicious release to relaunch with, too... "Atijo" is a rolling techno-influenced jam with gritty analogue edges to the relentless bass while "Ina" follows the similar energy but with very subtle African folk samples and lilting piano vapour trails. Welcome back Headhunter!
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Survive EP
Survive EP (12")
Cat: HOO 03. Rel: 14 Sep 20
  1. Survive (3:13)
  2. 3D Passive (4:36)
  3. Survive (Om Unit remix) (3:43)
Review: Having slayed us with a whole slew of dispatches in the last year or so on the likes of Unchained and Vandal, not to mention his own fine line of self releases, HOST now comes correct on Sherelle's firebrand Hooversound label. Dedicated to the rave, it's another deadly body blow... 'Survive' sums up the angst of the time with its warped 808 cascades, '3D Passive' takes foundation elements like the pitched up vocal, skippy breaks and scuffy, gruff production to 2020's dark standards and Om Unit seals the deal with an exemplary remix. Hoover this one up quick sharp.
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We A Talk
We A Talk (heavyweigth vinyl 12")
Cat: MEDI 106. Rel: 16 Jul 20
  1. We A Talk (feat Dread MC & Rider Shafique - remix) (4:38)
  2. We A Talk (instrumental remix) (4:39)
  3. Red (5:20)
Review: Talk is cheap but these sounds are rich. A big moment from Ishan Sound as he lays down the smokiest of steppers beneath Dread MC and Rider Shafique. A true graveyard creeper loaded with enough feels to get the undead raising their lighters, it's one of the biggest 140 moments this side of lockdown. The vibes continue with a crisp instrumental and the sharper instrumental bumper "Red". Power sounds. Less talk, more listening.
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Afromax EP
Afromax EP (1-sided etched 12")
Cat: TSG 31. Rel: 17 Oct 18
  1. Iskeletor - "Afromax" (1:52)
  2. Iskeletor - "Afromax" (Gantz Seytan remix) (3:53)
  3. Grup Ses - "Mimar" (Iskeletor remix) (1:49)
Review: It's been a while since we last heard from Kerem Sevincli AKA Iskeletor, an Istanbul-based beat-maker and bass-loving experimentalist who last featured on Tektosag way back in 2013. His return to the imprint boasts a trio of tracks on one-side, with an attractive, etched illustration on the other. He begins with "Afromax", a two-minute flurry of chopped experimental hip-hop beats, mangled bicycle bell and nuts-and-bolts percussion and wonky, shape-shifting electronics. Gantz Seytan remixes, cannily emphasizing the wonkiness of the beats on an outer-space excursion that's near hallucinatory in its twisted, slow motion approach. To round things off, Sevincli offers up his rework of Grup Ses cut "Mimar", re-casting it as a dystopian, ever-changing experimental beatscape rich in redlined sounds and epileptic drumbeats.
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Embers
Embers (12")
Cat: BTG 006. Rel: 13 Aug 19
  1. Embers (5:48)
  2. The Awakening (6:36)
  3. No Gravity (7:17)
  4. Embers (Danny Scrilla remix) (6:18)
  5. The Awakening (Etch remix) (6:57)
Review: Having appeared on the likes of Nous Disques, Dream Eater and Collection Artaud, it was only a matter of time before London beat splicer J-Shadow's glacial, unnerving textures and sounds would find a home on Bun The Grid. With strong senses of techno and electro deep in the low-end mix, highlights include the nutty, almost breakcore style flippery of "No Gravity" the powerful technoid dirge of the title track "Embers". Loaded with remixes from none other than Etch and Danny Scrilla, once again BTG have spoilt us rotten.
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Guyana
Guyana (12")
Cat: HTS 004. Rel: 26 Aug 20
  1. Guyana (5:01)
  2. Guyana (East Man remix) (4:34)
Review: JEB1 is an inimitable producer who brings his distinctive beats to Hi Tek Sounds with this tidy new single. "Guyana" has a real sombreness in the lead synth that rings out of stuttering drums. There are some soothing vocal sounds, too, but the dread of the bass and tension of the perc do little to assuage the feelings of uncertainly. East Man steps up for the remix on the B side. His version pops with tin pot percussion and growling bass that is at times smooth, at others gritty. It closes out a tight two tracker that packs a real punch.
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Imhotep
Imhotep (12")
Cat: SYSTM 035. Rel: 28 Oct 20
  1. Imhotep (5:21)
  2. Imhotep (Boofy remix) (5:09)
Review: Bristol boy Khan remains a leading light on the bass heavy end of the city's electronic spectrum and follows up a thrilling three-way collab with Ishan Sound and Rider Shafique from earlier in the year with a new down and dirty ditty. 'Imhotep' (named after an Egyptian chancellor to the Pharaoh Djoser, who was also an architect responsible for the Djoser's step pyramid and high preset of the sun god Ra) is a mysterious tune with real warmth. The skeletal beats and hits make the groove while sustained pads and distant motifs all draw you in deep. Boofy remixes it into something a little more direct but just as deep.
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Bluefoot
Bluefoot (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: IMRV 025. Rel: 11 Dec 18
  1. Bluefoot (4:43)
  2. Choose Life (4:26)
Review: Since 2015, deep dubstep explorer Corin Bornoff AKA Karma has put out one EP a year. This year's was delayed, it seems, but it has finally appeared - just as 2018 is wheezing its' last, scarlet-faced breath. Opener "Bluefoot" was arguably worth the wait, though. Built around a skewed but still stepping, reggae-fired dubstep "ridim", the track shuffles along on a wave of hushed shakers, ultra-deep sub-bass and intergalactic dub-wise effects. Over on the flipside, "Choose Life" is surprisingly positive, with Bornoff wrapping ear-catching synthesizer melodies, alien electronics and UK steppas style bass around a punchy drum track.
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ENV 008
ENV 008 (12")
Cat: ENV 008. Rel: 10 Jan 17
  1. Leaper (5:05)
  2. SOL (4:41)
  3. Mysticism (with Helktram) (5:10)
Review: Keeping it loose as we wade into a new year, Encrypted Audio ask Japan's Karnage back for more faraway jams. As with previous outings together, it's an enveloping sea of shades ranging from the woozily bent and cascading tones of "Leaper" that almost slime off the beats to the bleary flute loop that's mangled with precision levels of uplift on "Mysticism". In between we have the industrial strength "SOL" which sounds like a steel foundry melted into a waveform. Powerful.
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