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Falls To You VIP
Cat: SIG 027. Rel: 18 Sep 20
Drum And Bass
  1. Falls To You VIP (6:05)
  2. End Of Meaning (5:16)
Review: Northern Ireland's Dominick Martin, or Calibre, to the drum & bass buying public, has a reputation for bringing new angles on this well-worn sound and these two new sides of vinyl are no exceptions. The VIP version of Falls To You sees his crisp, irresistible beats doing their magic but the piano, reflective vocal and minimal electronic flourishes lend this roller a spooky, eerie quality. The flip track End of Meaning has a slightly warmer, more optimistic vibe but is still reflective, the vocals being sent through echoey dub effects for maximum atmospherics. Definitely ploughing his own furrow, as ever, Calibre demonstrates here why those in the know will always check what he's up to.
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Shelflife 6
Shelflife 6 (4xLP)
Cat: SIGLP 015. Rel: 08 May 20
Drum And Bass
  1. Things Like This (5:36)
  2. Years (6:24)
  3. Guide You Through (5:39)
  4. Puppet (5:19)
  5. Crazy For You (5:34)
  6. Trouble (5:59)
  7. Sense Soiree (5:19)
  8. When Sunday Goes (6:09)
Review: Although he's released tons of albums and singles, it's Calibre's long running "Shelflife" series that tends to get fans going the most. That's mainly because each volume contains sought-after cuts from his personal stash of productions that feature only in his DJ sets. As you'd expect, there's tons of brilliant fare to be found on volume six, which drops two years after its sold-out predecessor landed in stores. Our current favourites include the deep, warm and soulful roller "Years", the serious sub-bass pressure of the more skittish "Guide You Through", the futurist, mind-altering bass and hazy vocal samples of "Troible" and the dub-influenced weightiness of bustling deep D&B gem "Puppet". That said, all eight tracks are of the highest quality (as you'd expect given Calibre's record and reputation).
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Planet Hearth
Cat: SIGCD 014. Rel: 29 Nov 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Hills
  2. Colby Park
  3. Eratik
  4. Five Minute Flame
  5. Planet Hearth
  6. Walking In Circles
  7. Sheven
  8. Thought Fields
  9. Error
  10. Waiting For Reasons
  11. Chasm
  12. Pine
  13. Down That Road
Review: Calibre has always displayed an affinity for sounds beyond the confines of drum & bass, but he's never gone as far out as he does on his latest album, "Planet Hearth". Leaving the club behind altogether, he's brought piano-led composition front and centre, folded in an ample dose of ambient and struck upon a cosy Autumnal mood that feels perfect for the time of year. There are still beats to be heard here and there, but this is a personal expression first and foremost. There's a catchy pop tint to "Eratik" while the title track is more concerned with minimalist composition and cathedral reverbs - that's the kind of range he's exploring on this accomplished departure from his usual comfort zone.
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Planet Hearth
Planet Hearth (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: SIGLP 014. Rel: 29 Nov 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Hills (5:16)
  2. Colby Park (4:54)
  3. Eratik (5:40)
  4. Five Minute Flame (2:17)
  5. Planet Hearth (4:07)
  6. Walking In Circles (5:38)
  7. Sheven (4:35)
  8. Thought Fields (6:47)
  9. Error (5:25)
  10. Waiting For Reasons (3:38)
  11. Chasm (4:54)
  12. Pine (4:12)
  13. Down That Road (3:07)
Review: Calibre has always displayed an affinity for sounds beyond the confines of drum & bass, but he's never gone as far out as he does on his latest album, "Planet Hearth". Leaving the club behind altogether, he's brought piano-led composition front and centre, folded in an ample dose of ambient and struck upon a cosy Autumnal mood that feels perfect for the time of year. There are still beats to be heard here and there, but this is a personal expression first and foremost. There's a catchy pop tint to "Eratik" while the title track is more concerned with minimalist composition and cathedral reverbs - that's the kind of range he's exploring on this accomplished departure from his usual comfort zone.
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Second Sun (remastered)
Second Sun (remastered) (4x12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: SIGLP 001RP. Rel: 24 May 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Bullets (feat Diane Charlemagne) (5:19)
  2. Got A Thing (4:53)
  3. All The While (5:25)
  4. Second Sun (6:00)
  5. Is It U (5:36)
  6. Consulate Charm (6:20)
  7. Go Back To Go Forward (5:26)
  8. Kiya (feat Crow) (5:56)
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Shelflife 5
Shelflife 5 (3xLP)
Cat: SIGLP 013. Rel: 29 Jun 18
Drum And Bass
  1. Addict (6:51)
  2. City Life (with DRS) (5:05)
  3. Jaboc (5:44)
  4. Two Ones (6:02)
  5. Deep Down (6:45)
  6. Makes Me (5:48)
  7. Bluesday (with Marcus Intalex) (5:37)
Review: While Calibre's studio albums are invariably superb, his periodic Shelflife compilations of unreleased tracks and tried-and-tested dubplates are often even better. Predictably, this fifth volume in the series not only hits the spot, but also contains some genuinely grade-A material. Many will naturally gravitate towards high-class DRS hook-up "City Life" and the sought-after Marcus Intalex collaboration "Bluesday" (a typically warm, melodious and soulful affair), but there are plenty of other highlights amongst the 12 tracks on. These largely tend towards the more sun-kissed and breezy end of the D&B spectrum, though there are some tougher and darker workouts (see the low-slung sci-fi growl of "Jaboc") amongst Calibre's waves of dancefloor positivity.
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Grow/Lost
Grow/Lost (12")
Cat: TNS 022. Rel: 03 Mar 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Grow (5:23)
  2. Lost (4:34)
  3. Strange Are The Days (4:20)
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Shelflife 4
Cat: SIGCD 011. Rel: 26 Feb 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Latin Ways
  2. Space Time (feat Cleveland Watkiss)
  3. Model Way
  4. Salsoul
  5. Down On You
  6. Spirit Catcher
  7. All One Call
  8. Amen Tune (feat DJ Marky)
  9. Underfire
  10. Bottles & Airports
  11. Justice
  12. Hold The Light
  13. Love Worn Soul
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Shelflife 3
Shelflife 3 (3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SIGLP 010. Rel: 01 Apr 14
Drum And Bass
  1. Miraculous
  2. Honey Dew
  3. Bellamee
  4. Instant
  5. Sagan
  6. Eschaton (feat Mc Drs)
Review: Drum & bass's most unique gentleman Calibre plunders his vaults to compile a new collection of unreleased gems through the ages. As you'd expect, the end result is a timeless assault of lush grooves, soulful sonics and sweet skippy riddims. From the soft jazz insistency of "Honey Dew" to the hollowed harrowed bass tones of "Bellamee" via the harder, rave-referencing "Sagan" and the deep bass gurgles and DRS's reggae-style vocals on "Eschaton", the only issue here is the fact Calibre hasn't released them sooner. Unarguably incredible.
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White Horses
Cat: SIG 026. Rel: 18 Sep 20
Drum And Bass
  1. White Horses (5:18)
  2. Living For (5:44)
Review: Calibre aka Dominick Martin pairs up with DRS, each taking one side of this 12" and each more than holding their own. Martin continues his current obsession with the pure sound of the real piano, a powerful antidote to the more synthetic sounds we're more used to hearing in the genre. Add a supreme male vocal in plaintive mood,. declaring "I've been looking for love in all the wrong places" and you've got something that really stand out of the crowd. Living For by DRS is more of straight anthem, with reggae influences and a hip-hop vocal giving it a proper lighters-in-the-air atmosphere, its conscious lyrics very much echoing the mood of Britain in 2020. Two very different tracks, for sure, but this package is strong in its diversity.
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Fabriclive 68: Calibre
CALIBRE/VARIOUS
Cat: FABRIC 136. Rel: 19 Mar 13
Drum And Bass
  1. Calibre - "Intro"
  2. DRS - "Keep The Faith" (feat Calibre)
  3. Calibre - "Clipper Man"
  4. DJ Marky & SPY - "Yellow Shoes" (Calibre remix)
  5. Bo Saris - "She's On Fire" (Calibre remix)
  6. Marcus Intalex - "Emergency" (dub)
  7. Random Movement - "Down Somehow"
  8. Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs - "Garden" (Calibre remix)
  9. Calibre - "Simple Things"
  10. Spectrasoul - "Away With Me" (feat Tamara Blessa - Calibre remix)
  11. Zero - "Refusal" (feat Steo - Calibre mix)
  12. Lynx & Hellrazor - "Passing Time"
  13. Calibre - "Notting Hill"
  14. D-Bridge - "Inner Disbelief"
  15. Calibre - "Hummer"
  16. Kodo - "The Jackal" (D-Bridge remix)
  17. Calibre - "Fire & Water"
  18. Genotype - "Justice Over Law"
  19. Calibre - "Blazin"
  20. Calibre - "Student Music"
  21. Calibre - "Outro"
Review: Calibre has always been one of the more thoughtful members of the drum & bass fraternity, with a passion not just for rumbling rhythms, but also pleasing musicality. It's these two sonic traits that come to the fore on FabricLive 68, his first contribution to the London super club's long running mix series. While there are plenty of sublime moments punctuated by punchy percussion, it's the more fluid, musically complex tracks that stand out (see the twinkling pianos of DRS's "Keep The Faith", Marky & SPY's carnival-tastic "Yellow Shoes (Calibre Remix)" and Zero's "Inner City Life"-ish "Refusal"). As a result, FabricLive 68 is a loose, languid journey through D&B's greener pastures.
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