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Breath (limited 12")
Cat: AIR. Rel: 23 Jan 14
  1. Breath
  2. Lungs
Review: Where to place Weevil Neighbourhood? Is this dub techno? Perhaps. Dubstep? Maybe. Drum and bass? Sometimes. Experimental? Yes: in the truest sense of the word. It draws from all these aforementioned styles and more, resulting in the formation of a reclusive German label breaking the framework of many electronic music genres wide open. The title-track from Anthone's second EP for the label is where the dub techno suggestion comes from thanks to its caustic chord sequences, only there's flashes of dubstep beat designs and loose drum and bass textures similar to what can be heard on Felix K's Flowers Of Destruction. On the flip, "Lungs" is instrumental and live feeling. In parts it sounds like a band playing, while in others you can here the work of samplers looping, and when combined, it offers an industrial soundscape that's like merging some of the darker rock and metal stylings from Sex Tags No Amfibia with Regis' Sandra Electronics project, only reduced to the point of almost being ambient.
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Aloof EP (hand-stamped limited 12")
Cat: GRIDS. Rel: 12 Jun 12
  1. Destabilize
  2. Aloof
  3. Rebound
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  1. MMM - "MMM Meets Tshetsha Boys" (7:08)
  2. Old Apparatus - "Old Apparatus Meets Shangaan Electro" (4:00)
Review: Honest Jon's present the last twelve inch instalment of their impossibly varied Shangaan Shake remix project with the perma excellent MMM and Old Apparatus at the helm. Fiedel and Wiegand's take on the Tshetsha Boys is notable for two things: firstly it continues the duo's recent fascination with rhythms of a decidedly UK Funky nature (as executed with devastating effect on their recent Dex/Rio 12") and it further strengthens the impression Honest Jon's have given the commissioned artists a blank canvas to retain or toss as many elements of the source material as they deem fit. Thus recognisable snippets of the vocals remain alongside a brilliantly twisted treatment of the tinny melodics wrapped infinitely around butt slapping drum textures. Completely different in tone and execution, the elusive Old Apparatus invoke the spirit of Scratch Perry at his most intoxicatingly brilliant with a rusted, half stepping arrangement caked in all manner of feedback which serves to demonstrate how far reaching the project has been over the course of the 12" releases.
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Cat: TRSK 005. Rel: 07 Feb 19
  1. Truncated Kicks (6:21)
  2. Reformation (6:12)
  3. Chrysalis (6:05)
  4. Pheromone (5:18)
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Lost My Mind EP (limited 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: BEC 5161327. Rel: 25 Jan 13
  1. Bang Your Head
  2. Dance To The Great Golf Ball In The Sky
  3. Lost My Mind (feat Scrufizzer & Jay Norton)
  4. Girls In The Hood (feat Miss Kittin)
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Nikolai Reptile (12" + postcard)
Cat: TRP 026. Rel: 05 Sep 19
  1. Nikolai Reptile (3:38)
  2. Ochen (4:55)
  3. What About Me (4:57)
  4. Mortal Talking (4:31)
Review: It's hard to think of a DJ with the global profile of Nina Kraviz who runs a label as underground and innovative as trip. The latest comes from Shadowax, who has previously contributed to the label's compilations but now makes her full label debut. Unlike much of the frantic and frenetic material trip has dealt with in the past, this EP slows the tempos and explores more moody and hypnotic techno. Opener "Nikolai Reptile" is a super slow motion and dub rhythm with searching synth lines gently riding up and down the scale, while "Ochen" recalls the icy minimal perfection of Daniel Bell. "What About Me" has spoken word mutterings and paranoid, pressurised kicks that hurry you along and lastly "Mortal Talking" is a flurry of hyper-speed drums and synth loops to fully flip you out.
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Cat: ANNO 004. Rel: 11 Feb 20
  1. Shuttlecock Fanfare (5:05)
  2. Trauerweide (5:25)
  3. Sad & Done (4:04)
  4. Mirage March (5:19)
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SYSTM 030 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SYSTM 030. Rel: 01 Apr 20
  1. Temple Song (5:57)
  2. Breakthrough (3:53)
  3. Biosphere (4:32)
Review: Versa on System; it's a match made in dub heaven. Slower than the usual club-ready output V.I.V.E.K's label has often been known for, these are perfect home listening for the current lockdown era as Versa goes in deep; "Temple Song" is all about the subtle loopy insistencies while "Breakthrough" sinks us even deeper into our chair with its minimal ingredients providing maximum immersion. Finally "Biosphere" ushers in the kicks for a warm and rolling dub techno escapade. Stunning.
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Alben
Cat: SKALD 031. Rel: 18 Jun 15
  1. Blood Soldiers
  2. Sect
  3. Hopper
  4. Cam
  5. 7 Cycles
  6. Blackboard Jungle
  7. Ferm
  8. GBA
  9. Era
  10. T15
  11. Onefiveoooh
Review: UK techno veterans Mark Broom and James Ruskin first joined forces under The Fear Ratio alias back in 2011, delivering the inventive - and hugely enjoyable - IDM-meets-techno full-length, Light Box. Here they join forces once more for a follow-up that gleefully explores similar sonic territory, whilst throwing a few more influences - most notably experimental hip-hop and vintage electro - into the pot for good measure. The result is a hugely entertaining album that naturally doffs a cap to Skam Records' dystopian roots, as well as the heavyweight soundsystem throb of dubstep, the hypnotism of dub techno, and the crackling electronic wizardry of Autechre.
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140 (Soundtrack) (limited picture disc LP)
Cat: 8BIT 8073. Rel: 14 Nov 17
  1. 140 Title (2:49)
  2. 140 Part 1 (2:54)
  3. 140 Part 1B (2:59)
  4. 140 Part 2 (4:24)
  5. 140 Part 2B (4:28)
  6. 140 Menu (2:24)
  7. 140 Part 3 (5:03)
  8. 140 Part 3B (5:20)
  9. 140 Part 4 (5:55)
  10. 0x8c (4:43)
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Splinters (3xLP)
Cat: AMARLP 2018. Rel: 10 Oct 18
  1. AMIT - "Cold Blood" (4:39)
  2. Om Unit - "Maths" (4:23)
  3. VIVEK - "Killa" (4:41)
  4. SHRLOK - "Falling Awake" (feat Theo) (4:40)
  5. Dbridge - "Own The Town" (6:31)
  6. Moresounds - "They Can't Handle It" (4:39)
  7. J:Kenzo - "Nal Hutta" (4:41)
  8. Oris Jay & Chris Innasound - "Ghost & Darkness" (5:11)
  9. Krust - "Escape From Finland" (3:39)
  10. Au & Jesta - "Just Don" (5:36)
  11. Danny Scrilla - "Clockwerkz" (4:52)
  12. Von D - "Ah So Let It Go" (4:40)
  13. Akcept & Another Channel - "Don't Believe" (6:16)
  14. Monic - "Storm Doris" (4:53)
Review: Let's just list the amount of stone cold bass OGs on this collection: Krust, dBridge, Om Unit, Danny Scrilla, V.I.V.E.K, Von D, Moresounds, AU, Oris Jay & Chris Innasound and whole load more of soundsystem culture's most innovative craftsman working at the deepest levels of the low end coalface all feature on this immense and forward thinking document. Including the curator Amit himself. Every track is a highlight, each one and abyssal, immersive experience but essential highlights include the toxic bass bounces of Moresounds' "They Can't Handle It", the 23rd century UKG of Oris and Chris' "They Can't Handle It" and Krust's big screen masterpiece "Escape From Finland". Amit deserves a holiday. Or a massive trophy. Or both. Bass compilations don't get much bigger than this.
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