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Cat: KM 0056. Rel: 31 Mar 07
Techno
  1. Playing Games (Marcel Dettmann remix)
  2. Kontrafunk (Scuba's Hotflush remix)
out of stock $9.20
Cat: FIGURE 74. Rel: 10 Feb 16
Techno
  1. Philippe Petit - "Solaris" (Len Faki remix) (5:51)
  2. Slam - "Cirklon Bells" (Len Faki remix) (5:46)
  3. Scuba - "Black On Black" (Len Faki Goes White remix) (8:09)
Intérprete: Philippe Petit
out of stock $8.44
KING BRITT presents SCUBA
Love Is The Answer (white label 12")
Cat: SWKSI 52. Rel: 27 Aug 05
Deep House
  1. Love Is The Answer (feat Tilomo)
  2. Acrobatix
out of stock $8.17
KING BRITT presents SCUBA
Cat: OM 114-2. Rel: 13 Jul 02
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Tress Cun Deo La (roiginal by Ski Oakenfull)
  2. Swell (featuring Vikter Duplaik)
  3. 9X9 (original by 4Hero)
  4. Wake Up (original by Maximum Styles)
  5. Heavenly (featuring Elena Sergi)
  6. High Priestess (original by Harma)
  7. Todos Os Desejos (original by Fantastic Plastic Machine)
  8. If I Lost You (original by Mishelle Sharprow)
  9. Adore (original by I:cube)
  10. Linoleum (original by Tweaner featuring David Sylvian)
  11. I Bet You Never Thought I'd Find You (original by United Future Organization)
  12. Flower (original by Soul Dhama)
out of stock $15.34
  1. Flower
  2. Swell
  3. 9x9
  4. High Priestess
  5. Adore
  6. If I Lost You
  7. I Bet You Never Thought I'd Find You
  8. Todos Os Desejos
  9. Wake Up
  10. Heavenly
  11. Linoleum
  12. Tress Cun Deo La
out of stock $16.36
Our Time (12")
Cat: SLIP 191. Rel: 22 Apr 05
Funky/Club House
  1. Our Time (King Britt's Funke mix)
  2. Our Time (Tiger Stripes remix)
  3. Our Time (King Britt's Sunrise)
out of stock $5.11
Cat: SLIPMIAMI 2010. Rel: 26 Mar 10
Funky/Club House
  1. King Britt presents Scuba - "Our Time" (feat Lizz Fields - Atjazz remix)
  2. Kruse & Nurnberg - "Gone Daft" (DJ Sneak remix)
  3. Sabrina Johnston - "Friendship" (HCCR remix)
Intérprete: Phil Nobel, Atjazz
out of stock $6.13
KING BRITT presents SCUBA feat TILOMO
Cat: SWKSI 52. Rel: 13 Oct 05
Deep House
  1. Love Is The Answer (feat Timomo)
  2. Acrobatix
out of stock $8.17
Conquero (12")
Cat: EPFF 51. Rel: 27 Feb 03
Funky/Club House
  1. Conquero (Amsterdam mix)
  2. Conquero (Paris mix)
  3. Conquero (Amsterdam dub)
  4. Conquero (Paris dub)
out of stock $8.17
Ne1Butu (12")
Cat: PER 002. Rel: 26 Jun 12
Bass
  1. Ne1Butu (original)
  2. Ne1Butu (SCB edit)
Review: Whatever your opinion of Scuba's divisive album Personality, there's no denying that "NE1BUTU" was one of the album's brightest moments. Taking a punchy breakbeat and upbeat piano riff, the track is Paul Rose's love letter to pretty much everything great about every dance track from the 90s. Those that wish the producer would return to his darker ways however, can take comfort in the accompanying remix, in which Rose dons his SCB hat and turns it into a lean techno tool that cloaks the original's colour in shades of grey, creating one of his most incisive club tracks to date.
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out of stock $7.15
Cat: HFRMX 009. Rel: 17 Jul 12
Techno
  1. The Hope (Recondite Nocturnal Car Ride)
  2. The Hope (Recondite Morning Promenade)
Review: In something of a surprise link up after the poppy strains of his latest album, Scuba has turned to the emerging talents of Recondite. Already known for his deeply atmospheric cuts full of intricate melodic nuances, his two versions of "The Hope" continue that theme with little more than a treatment of the vocal to align it to the originals. The "Nocturnal Car Ride" mix is a restrained workout that keeps the hits light and gentle while a mournful pad steers the story Recondite wants to share with us. The "Morning Promenade" mix is only barely more pumped up, with the same leaning towards space and self-control as it's counterpart remix.
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out of stock $7.15
Talk Torque (limited red marbled vinyl 1-sided 12")
Cat: HF 036. Rel: 06 Nov 12
Deep House
  1. Talk Torque
Review: Scuba's ever-developing repertoire continues with this stonking slice of classic house. Bordering on prog, electro and that addictive Subliminal / Underwater sound of the early noughties, it's a rigid loopy pump-action joint complete with a bouncy bassline, twinkling synths, 808 rim shots and an infectious vocal. If you're into Ben Westbeech's Breach project you'll be all over this. It's a far cry from his deep, moody early material but for those who've been following him, it's logical progression.
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out of stock $6.91
Hardbody (1-sided blue marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: HF 037. Rel: 13 Dec 12
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Hardbody
Review: Love him or not, there's something delightfully intriguing about one of electronic music's most outspoken characters. Paul Rose doesn't stray too far from his latterly love of house music by the way of trance with his indulgent one-sided and blue marbled Hardbody 12", released on his own widely idolised Hotflush Recordings. Scuba's emerging new sound takes centre stage in "Hardbody", as overdriven Chicagoan house references are paired with uplifting synths, seething white noise and vocals seemingly cut from the HF030 "Adrenalin" cloth. For the Scuba fan and lover of fromage-lace euphorics, Paul Rose does it again.
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out of stock $7.15
Cat: HFCD 002. Rel: 11 Apr 08
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Systematic Decline
  2. Hard Boiled
  3. Tell Her
  4. Disorder
  5. Ruptured
  6. The Upside
  7. Twitch
  8. Stolen
  9. Poppies
  10. From Within
  11. Suck
Intérprete: Annie Nightingale
out of stock $5.11
The Hope (12")
Cat: PER 001. Rel: 31 Jan 12
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. The Hope
  2. Flash Addict
out of stock $7.15
Personality (CD + poster)
Cat: HFCD 007. Rel: 21 Feb 12
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Ignition Key
  2. Underbelly
  3. The Hope
  4. Dsy Chin
  5. July
  6. Action
  7. Cognitive Dissonance
  8. Gekko
  9. NE1BUTU
  10. Tulips
  11. If U Want
Review: Hotflush kingpin Scuba has been rather busy touring in recent years but 2012 was the time for a long awaited LP from the man. There are plenty of tracks here, ranging from more experimental, bass-filtered dub beats to straight up techno stompers and we dont' want to spoil it all for you if you havent' heard it yet, but there are a few highlights..."Underbelly" is a favourite here at HQ, bridging grinding electro basslies with techno sensibilities; "July" is another BIG shout, sounding something like Juan Atkins if he were brought up in south London; and "Cognitive Dissonance" takes jungle-style beats to a new level, pushing them further and further away form the safety of harsh mutant basses or reggae vocals. Indulge and enjoy!
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out of stock $12.35
Personality (gatefold 2xLP + CD + poster)
Cat: HFLP 007. Rel: 21 Feb 12
Bass
  1. Ignition Key
  2. Underbelly
  3. The Hope
  4. Dsy Chin
  5. July
  6. Action
  7. Cognitive Dissonance
  8. Gekko
  9. NE1BUTU
  10. Tulips
  11. If U Want
  12. Ignition Key
  13. Underbelly
  14. The Hope
  15. Dsy Chin
  16. July
  17. Action
  18. Cognitive Dissonance
  19. Gekko
  20. NE1BUTU
  21. Tulips
  22. If U Want
Review: Where Scuba's earlier work was typified by the same metallic sheen and monochrome hue, it's noticeable on his third album Personality just how much more colour he's letting into the mix. Whether it's the crisp electro breaks of opener "Ignition Key" or the joyous pop chimes of "July", the mood is overall far sunnier than the Scuba of before. There's drum & bass explorations being made on "Cognitive Dissonance", chart-baiting hooks aplenty and a wealth of vocal action from speeches to divas. All in all it's another essential, multi-faceted evolutionary step for the Berlin-based producer.
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out of stock $17.38
Cat: HFRMX 004. Rel: 13 Nov 08
Deep Dubstep
  1. The Upside (Martyn's Down mix)
  2. The Upside (Jamie Vex'd remix)
Intérprete: Matty G
out of stock $6.13
Klinik (12")
Cat: HF 022. Rel: 14 Jul 09
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Klinik
  2. Hundreds & Thousands
out of stock $6.13
Swell (12")
Cat: ORG 11893. Rel: 21 Nov 98
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Swell (Dozia''s "Nou Lion" mix)
  2. Swell (Philip Charles "Philharmonix" mix)
  3. Swell (King Britt''s original mix)
out of stock $8.17
Timba (12")
Cat: SCUBA 001. Rel: 05 Aug 05
UK Garage
  1. Timba
  2. Sleepa
out of stock $6.39
Scuba (12")
Cat: . Rel: 28 Apr 97
 
Unclassified
out of stock $8.17
Cat: WORKW 013. Rel: 09 Sep 02
Funky/Club House
  1. Viva La Revolucion (Salto Moskito mix)
  2. Viva La Revolucion (original piano mix)
  3. Te Quiero (Feat Christina Arenas Gonzalez)
out of stock $8.17
That Look (12")
Cat: WORKW 11. Rel: 16 May 02
Funky/Club House
  1. That Look
  2. I Thought I Made You Happy
  3. Venga Conmigo
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Cat: WORKW 04. Rel: 10 Jun 01
Funky/Club House
  1. I Need Your Love (Beach Party mix)
  2. I Need Your Love (original mix)
  3. I Need Your Love (radio edit)
out of stock $8.17
Where The Wild Things Are EP (limited 12" repress)
Cat: OVM 123. Rel: 16 Feb 00
Deep House
  1. Porno
  2. Back To Basics (original)
  3. Heavenly (remix)
  4. Aquagum
  5. Green Light
out of stock $8.17
PCP (12")
Cat: CST 002. Rel: 06 Apr 17
Techno
  1. PCP (Audion remix) (8:11)
  2. PCP (7:03)
  3. Black On Black (Len Faki Goes Black remix) (8:24)
  4. Black On Black (8:57)
Review: The latest release from Hotflush boss Scuba is reminiscent of the sound he made a few years back under his SCB alias. Irrespective of the reasoning to release under his own name, the fact remains that "PCP" is a hugely effective, dubby techno affair. Based on a shuffling rhythm and featuring some insistent vocal samples, it sees the UK producer embrace a spacious, textured sound that will nonetheless work in a big room. The remix comes from Mathew Dear's Audion project, and doesn't disappoint. Fusing the grindhouse bleep and blips of big room techno with insistent, stepping rhythms, it makes for an unusual but rewarding reshape.
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Intérprete: Yotam Avni, Locked Groove
out of stock $8.17
Phenix 3 (12")
Cat: PNX 003. Rel: 27 Sep 14
Techno
  1. Silence
  2. Nineteen Eighty
  3. Plateau
  4. Fade
Review: And so the Phenix trilogy of 12" releases from Scuba ends here with a final four track release and looking back over the series as a whole you think perhaps the Hotflush boss was using it as a platform to explore his next comprehensive move. The four tracks here work in a subtle narrative arc, commencing with the restrained minimalist sound design of "Silence" before Scuba eases up the tempo across the tracks that close the A Side and open the B Side. "Nineteen Eighty" is dub techno at it's most weightless, whilst "Plateau" may prove to be the most melodically enriching Scuba production in some time. The appropriately titled "Fade" brings the curtain down on Phenix in somewhat contemplative mood, leaving the question of where Paul Rose goes next...
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out of stock $8.17
Phenix 1 (12")
Cat: PNX 001. Rel: 16 Apr 14
Bass
  1. Throb
  2. Cyanide
  3. Time Relentless Time
  4. Curious Paradox
Review: This 12" from Hotflush boss Paul Rose represents the first new Scuba material in over a year and is the first in a series of three records released under the curiously named Phenix banner. Described by Hotflush as "a bold new chapter in an already diverse career" the four tracks on this release find the Scuba sound moving away from the big room techno approach that defined his third album Personality. By his own admission the Phenix series is an attempt to find more space for mood and atmosphere in his productions, and that's clear from the subtle way opening track "Throb" unfolds. How Scuba chooses to let the series develop will be interesting to hear.
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Intérprete: Juno Recommends Bass
out of stock $8.17
Phenix 2 (12")
Cat: PNX 002. Rel: 12 Jul 14
Bass
  1. Aphids
  2. Choke
  3. Solitary Confinement
  4. Distance
Review: Announced earlier this year, the bizarrely named Phenix series saw Paul Rose put his Twitter baiting antics to one side and deliver his first tangible productions in over a year. Those that checked the first of three planned Phenix offerings will know Rose is using the series as a platform to step away from the maximalist euphoria of his last album in favour of a moodier approach and it's very much evident here too. Fans of subtle mix openers will gravitate towards the subaqueous, echo laden "Aphids" which has the merest of 4/4 pulses to it, whilst "Choke" and "Solitary Confinement" are both geared for mid set deployment with the latter expertly opening into acid-drenched techno territory. Closing track "Distance" is perhaps the production most removed from Personality-era Scuba, descending into rhythmically minimal deep techno.
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Intérprete: Juno Recommends Bass
out of stock $8.17
Cat: HFLP 010. Rel: 20 Mar 15
Techno
  1. Levitation (4:44)
  2. Why You Feel So Low (6:53)
  3. Television (5:15)
  4. Drift (4:24)
  5. PCP (6:57)
  6. All I Think About Is Death (4:19)
  7. Needle Phobia (4:36)
  8. Family Entertainment (2:31)
  9. Black On Black (8:57)
  10. Transience (4:24)
Review: In the three years since his last full-length outing, Personality, Scuba's stock has continued to rise, nudging him further towards to higher echelons of DJ culture. The fact that he now plays colossal rooms and festival headline slots can be heard in the more dancefloor-minded material on Claustrophobia. While some of the best material is more downtenpo and circumspect - see the heady ambience of "Transcience", the spinetingling wooziness of "All I Think About Is Death" and the immersive dubstep of "Needle Phobia" - it's the stripped-back techno throb of "PCP", hissing rhythms of "Television" and the progressive house inspired hedonism of "Why You Feel So Low" that will get most attention.
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Intérprete: Tripeo, Mind Against
out of stock $16.11
Cat: CST 001. Rel: 13 Mar 15
Techno
  1. Why You Feel So Low (6:52)
  2. Television (Atom TM remix) (8:28)
Review: With the release of his fourth album Claustrophobia imminent, Scuba delivers a teaser single that should give some indication as to what to expect. Interestingly, "Why You Feel So Low" appears to doff a cap to classic progressive house whilst retaining the techno pulse of recent releases. Clearly designed for the festivals and big rooms he's now accustomed to playing, a throbbing groove is layered with twinkling melodies, atmospheric pads and sharp synth strings. There's even an extended breakdown. Turn to the flip for a remix of album track "Television" from Uwe Schmidt under his now familiar Atom TM guise. This matches the A side but deviates off into dark techno territory, replete with spooky textures and waves of undulating TB-303 abuse.
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out of stock $8.17
Cat: HFCD 10. Rel: 19 Mar 15
Techno
  1. Levitation
  2. Why You Feel So Low
  3. Television
  4. Drift
  5. PCP
  6. All I Think About Is Death
  7. Needle Phobia
  8. Family Entertainment
  9. Black On Black
  10. Transience
Review: In the three years since his last full-length outing, Personality, Scuba's stock has continued to rise, nudging him further towards to higher echelons of DJ culture. The fact that he now plays colossal rooms and festival headline slots can be heard in the more dancefloor-minded material on Claustrophobia. While some of the best material is more downtenpo and circumspect - see the heady ambience of "Transcience", the spinetingling wooziness of "All I Think About Is Death" and the immersive dubstep of "Needle Phobia" - it's the stripped-back techno throb of "PCP", hissing rhythms of "Television" and the progressive house inspired hedonism of "Why You Feel So Low" that will get most attention.
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out of stock $4.82
Claustrophobia Remixes (low-price CD + MP3 download code)
Cat: HFCD 10I. Rel: 20 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Levitation (Tallmen 785 remix)
  2. Why You Feel So Low (Function remix)
  3. Television (Atom TM remix)
  4. Drift (Mr Tophat & Art Alfie remix)
  5. PCP (Audion remix)
  6. All I Think About Is Death (Radio Slave remix)
  7. Needle Phobia (Acid Mondays remix)
  8. Family Entertainment (O Phase remix)
  9. Black On Black (Len Faki remix)
  10. Transience (Tuff City Kids remix)
Review: Given the clear tech-house, techno and - whisper it quietly - progressive house influences surging through Scuba's Claustrophobia album, it seems rather fitting that the Hotflush Recordings founder has decided to get it remixed by an impressive array of 4/4 talents. Clearly aimed at the big, dark rooms he now plays, the ten reworks that make up Claustrophobia Remixes are all tried-and-tested club workouts. Highlights are naturally plentiful, and include a terrifically tactile, '90s-influenced revision of "Transience" by Tough City Kids, a hypnotic, stripped-back take on All I Think About Is Death from veteran after-party specialist Radio Slave, and Atom TM's psychedelic, acid-tinged interpretation of "Television".
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out of stock $5.11
Cat: CST 006. Rel: 13 Nov 15
Techno
  1. All I Think About Is Death (Radio Slave remix) (12:21)
  2. Why You Feel So Low (Function remix) (7:15)
  3. All I Think About Is Death (Radio Slave Atmos) (4:23)
Review: Ah yes, we knew this was coming - off the back of his latest Claustrophobia LP, Hotflush bossman and general tech don, Scuba, has his "All I Think About Is Death" tune remixed and morphed by a bunch of serious heavy-hitters, potentially two of the biggest techno artists of the last ten years. First up, Rekids boss Radio Slave adds some of his signature stutter to the tune - the percussion work is simply perfect on the dancefloor - and then throws down another Atmos mix in a semi beatless stance...gorgeous. US techno emperor, Function, delivers his usual masterful craft on the remix of "Why You Feel So Low", a sublime and painfully FUNCTIONal techno bomb.
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out of stock $8.17
Cat: HFLP 003. Rel: 18 Mar 10
Deep Dubstep
  1. Descent
  2. Latch
  3. Three Sided Shape
  4. Minerals
  5. On Deck
  6. Before
  7. Tracers
  8. You Got Me
  9. So You Think You're Special
  10. Heavy Machinery
  11. Glance
  12. Lights Out
Review: Paul Rose AKA Scuba has seen his Hotflush imprint climb to revered recognition over the last year or so. Releasing seminal dubstep artefacts such as Joy Orbison's Hyph Mngo and Mount Kimbie’s Maybes pulled in huge attention for the label, despite owner Rose's debut album from the year before receiving less attention. A Mutual Antipathy is only now receiving the accolades it deserved through serving as a both a building block of the label and a marker for his new album, Triangulation.
Blurring the lines of dubstep, techno, trip-hop and electronic, Scuba provides one of the truest dubstep crossovers to date with his second full length. Now residing in Berlin, where he is a monthly resident for Sub:stance in the mighty and cavernous Berghain club, the influence of the city’s deep seeded techno and dub subcultures make themselves much clearer in this follow up. Tracks like "On Deck" and "Tracers" owe much to the refined, dubby techno of Berlin as does the cold mechanical feel of "Heavy Machinery" before the wide sub bass of "You Got Me" opens up the rest of the album, allowing Rose to push the tempo that bit further. Before then, we see much of the sound that still signatures this as a Scuba record. Tracks like the spooky garage of "Latch" and the juttering "Three Sided Shape" cry back to the feel of two step and half tempo drum and bass. There are also moments of relief, such as "So You Think You're Special" and "Before" which both make use of female vocals in dub sounding trip-hop numbers.
Triangulation is a charming album that soaks influence and inspiration from across the board. Wonderfully unique and crafted with expert skill, it is the most comprehensive dub crossover offering so far. Surely now, Scuba will begin to demand the same kind of attention as the other artists on his own label.
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out of stock $40.91
Cat: HFCD 003I. Rel: 10 Nov 10
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Descent
  2. Latch
  3. Three Sided Shape
  4. Minerals
  5. On Deck
  6. Before
  7. Tracers
  8. You Got Me
  9. So You Think You're Special
  10. Heavy Machinery
  11. Glance
  12. Lights Out
  13. Before (After)
  14. Latch (Will Saul & Mike Monday remix)
  15. On Deck (FaltyDL remix)
  16. You Got Me (I Got You)
  17. Tracers (Deadbeat remix)
  18. So You Think You're Special (Joe remix)
  19. Before (Deadboy remix)
Review: Scuba's widely lauded Triangulation gets re-released as a 2-CD set containing new remixes of some of the album's finest moments. Interpretations opens with a remake of original album track "Before", entitled "Before (After)", which is followed by a remix of "Latch" by house types Mike Monday and Will Saul, who pinch the dubstep sensibilities of the original and apply them to a minimal house beat, making for a fascinating sonic exploration. It also features retweaks from the inimitable Falty DL, Canadian producer Deadbeat, Hessle Audio's Joe and South London's Deadboy, while Scuba also reworks memorable album track "You Got Me". The album is also included in its original form, and for those who missed it the first time round, we seriously recommended you check it out. The Hot Flush boss seamlessly moves between a range of tempos, referencing house, techno, experimental D&B, dubstep, garage and all the unexplored, ever-shifting territory between these constellations.
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out of stock $12.27
Cat: HFRMX 003. Rel: 05 Nov 08
Techno
  1. Ruptured (Surgeon remix)
  2. Poppies (Substance dub version)
out of stock $7.15
Aesaunic EP (double 12")
Cat: HF 024. Rel: 28 Oct 09
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Aesunic
  2. Flesh Is Weak
  3. Reverse
  4. Golden
  5. Symbiosis
Intérprete: Exium, Botanika Records, Indigo
out of stock $9.20
Bleach (12" promo)
Cat: ABUCS 005. Rel: 08 May 09
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Bleach
  2. Volt
out of stock $7.15
Cat: HFRMX 005. Rel: 19 Nov 08
Techno
  1. From Within (Marcel Dettmann remix)
  2. Scuba I Hard Boiled (SCB edit)
out of stock $5.63
Three Sided Shape (12" promo)
Cat: TRI 002. Rel: 30 Sep 10
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Three Sided Shape
  2. Latch (Will Saul & Mike Monday remix)
Review: House types Mike Monday and Will Saul turn in a shuffling remix of Scuba's "Latch", plucked from his superb Triangulation album. The duo pinch dubstep sensibilities and apply them to a minimal house beat, making for a fascinating sonic exploration. The favour has been returned with Scuba turning in a killer remix of Monday and Saul's analogue house jam "Sequence 1", which should see the light of day on Aus Music soon. Also included on this 12" is the original cut of "Three Sided Shape", yet another highlight from Triangulation.
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out of stock $6.65
You Got Me (12")
Cat: TRI 001. Rel: 04 Jun 10
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. You Got Me
  2. So You Think You're Special
Intérprete: LadyBugz, N-Type, Underworld
out of stock $6.13
Cat: TRI 003. Rel: 10 Nov 10
Bass
  1. Tracers (Deadbeat remix)
  2. On Deck (FaltyDL remix)
Review: Here we see two impressive remixes of Hot Flush chief Scuba plucked from the newly released Triangulation remix package. Album track "Tracers" is given a moody dub techno workover by Canadian producer Deadbeat, while New Yorker FaltyDL transforms "On Deck" into a melodic stepper in the mould of Mount Kimbie and George FitzGerald with scattergun snare hits, subtle but effective helpings of sub bass and wonderfully clipped vocals.
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out of stock $7.15
Cat: TRI 004. Rel: 17 Nov 10
Deep Dubstep
  1. You Got Me (I Got You)
  2. Before (After)
Review: The second round of retweaks from Scuba's masterful Triangulation LP sees two more album tracks dipped in remix potion, this time by the man himself. Thus "You Got Me" becomes "You Got Me(I Got You)", with Scuba transforming the moody, haunting original into a FaltyDL-style bleepy jam ripe for the rave, whilst the atmospheric "Before" is turned into "Before (After)", with the melancholic vocals brought to the fore, once again showing the Hotflush boss has mastered the art of producing truly moving, emotive dubstep.
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out of stock $6.39
Cat: TRI 005. Rel: 24 Nov 10
Bass
  1. Before (Deadboy remix)
  2. So You Think You're Special (Joe remix)
Intérprete: Lula Circus
out of stock $6.65
Speak (10")
Cat: NL 004. Rel: 30 Sep 09
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Speak
  2. Negative
Intérprete: Resident Advisor
out of stock $6.39
Thank U (12")
Cat: SCUBA 002. Rel: 05 Jan 06
UK Garage
  1. Thank U
  2. Words
out of stock $5.11
Harpoon (12")
Cat: SCUBA 003. Rel: 17 May 06
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Harpoon
  2. Dream
out of stock $5.11
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