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Turn The Tape
Turn The Tape (white & green vinyl 12")
Cat: FLXA 190. Rel: 09 May 24
Turn The Tape (4:30)
Way Better (feat Minor Forms) (4:09)
Stay Hungry (4:53)
Front Left (The Sauce remix) (4:31)
Review: Bristolian bangersmith Amoss shares his latest EP 'Turn The Tape' for Flexout Audio, self-describedly shooting for and squarely executing 'that funky sound'. To our ears, this is translates to knocky, well-polished neuro; the titular A-sider takes its namesake from the sample heard throughout - "it ain't over, I just gotta turn the tape over" - getting at that retro suspense of being bound by limitation. The sound here and throughout is atmospheric and back-alleyed, smoke rising from manholes as a gritty, growling anomaly skulks in the dustbin round the corner ('Stay Hungry', 'Way Better'). Closer 'Front Left' reminisces on a sinister existence spent at the system's larboard, where the sound is said to permeate rooms best; this one brings a brittle rollage, shunning histrionics for a neat two-note middle-fingered trance.
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 in stock $17.74
Reflections
Reflections (limited translucent green & yellow vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: SPTLP 001. Rel: 09 May 24
Still Motion (7:25)
Glaciers (7:26)
Mirage (8:06)
Constellations (6:08)
Diffusion (7:02)
Dreams (6:30)
Frozen In Time (7:20)
Prototype (6:32)
Review: ASC's Reflections is a masterclass in drum & bass and ambient music. The album is awash with deep, melodic soundscapes and old-school 90s beats that will transport you to another world. From the gentle pace of 'Glaciers' to the more upbeat 'Prototype' each track on the album is a sonic journey that will leave you wanting more. ASC's production is impeccable, and his use of samples is nothing short of masterful. The result is an album that is both nostalgic and fresh, with a sound that is uniquely his own. Whether you're a fan of drum & bass, ambient, or simply good music, Reflections is an album that you won't want to miss. In addition to the stunning music, the album's packaging is also top-notch.
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 in stock $34.42
Milk! EP
Milk! EP (12")
Cat: PP 43. Rel: 09 May 24
Eden 123 (Sunday Club)
Clubbers Paradise (Be A Cyberspace Cadet mix)
Holistic Heaven (International)
Frequency Ov Truth
 in stock $18.00
State Of Art I EP
Cat: SUBB 019. Rel: 14 May 24
DJ Sofa & Mantra - "The Tunnel" (5:38)
Basic Rhythm & Tim Reaper - "Target Lock" (5:05)
Blood Trust - "RLLR 24" (6:00)
Jesta - "Liquor Snurf" (5:13)
Review: Destination Finland: Straight Up Breakbeat roll their sleeves up for this almighty VA from some of the most respected jungle crafters you could possibly shake a dubplate at. Local legend Sofa links with Rupture Queen Mantra for the opening cut 'The Tunnel'. Dark and tense, it sets the scene for some utterly fantastic moments. Long time pals Basic Rhythm & Tim Reaper get silly with 'Target Lock', Blood Trust gets militant with 'RLLR 24' while Jesta finishes with a little blue-faced bust-up 'Liquor Snurf'. Sup sup!!

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 in stock $14.82
Climax
Climax (limited white marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: SMDE 42. Rel: 09 May 24
Climax (7:31)
Rebellion (6:05)
Review: Dom & Roland aka Dom Angas is an esteemed figure in drum & bass, and here unleashes his mastery with two devastating tracks for Samurai Music. Side-1 introduces the title track, 'Climax,' a symphony of heavy drums and crystalline melodies. Its cavernous atmosphere is punctuated by a buzzing bassline that reverberates through the listener's core, creating an immersive sonic experience. On Side-2, 'Rebellion' takes the listener on a journey into the depths of dark and heavy soundscapes. With its ominous atmosphere and strong Amen breaks, this track exudes a sense of impending doom. The growling bassline adds to the intensity, creating a formidable presence on the dancefloor. With Climax's blend of melodic beauty and dark intensity, this release affirms their status as legends in the genre, sure to captivate listeners and shake dancefloors to their core.
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 in stock $17.48
Infinity Spectrum
Infinity Spectrum (translucent orange & red vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: SPTLP 002. Rel: 17 May 24
Aurealis (6:58)
Glistening Stard (6:30)
Alpha (7:21)
Stargazers (7:37)
Slow Motion (6:34)
Apparation (6:34)
Artifical Satellite (7:21)
Unknown Forces (6:09)
Review: The latest full-length LP from Aural Imbalance continues serenely on the heels of an already well-travelled career. Now seeming to avow the often almost eternal sounding nature of breaks and drum & bass, a title like Infinity Spectrum implies that this is a career that could happily go on forever, were we not mere mortals. As ever, the album is interstellar in theme, each track doubling up in function as names that could also easily denote distant star systems or galaxies; 'Aurealis' and 'Alpha' are standout cuts in this regard, pitting rolling pitched 808s, rattling arps, and nebular pads together, behooving the ever-central breakbeat that sets us off on a journey to find some glistening lost alien artifact. Though there is a destination, it really is about the journey; by the time we reach the C-side, 'Slow Motion' ups the sonic sulphur content with a detour through an airier, major-keyed gas-planetary iceworld, while wondrous scoped-out rollage judderer 'Apparation' proves that even space provides its own mirages, its own fata morgana.
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Full Circle
Cat: INFRALTDLP 001AB. Rel: 08 May 24
Serenity (6:33)
Hold You (4:33)
Meridian (5:41)
Review: J Majik's full album Full Circle is available as one bumper quadruple vinyl pack but has also been teased apart into bite-sized 12"s. Each one packs a serious punch, such is the drive and energy of the tunes. 'Serenity' is full-throttle drum & bass with blistering low ends and intense drum programming that is softened only slightly by the swirling pads up top. 'Hold You' is a little more paired back - the drums are given more room to do their thing as sustained chords bring a sense of mystery. 'Meridian' closes out with tightly coiled loops that skate across the surface as ambient pads bring a deep space vibe to the trip.
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 in stock $14.82
Red Moon
Red Moon (12")
Cat: INFRALTDLP 001CD. Rel: 08 May 24
Red Moon
Escape From Lando (feat DJ Sense)
Point Of Return
Review: Stone cold pioneer J Majik reissues three stunning cuts from his Full Circle album that landed five years ago. 'Red Moon' takes the lead. Big splashing Amens and shimmering jazzy pads combine for a timeless assault of the senses that washes like tidal waves around you. The Star Wars referencing 'Escape From Lando' brings another foundation name to the fore as DJ Sense joins the fray for some galaxy chasing mischief while finally 'Point Of Return' brings us to an emotional close with its weeping reverse samples, slurring fills and dreamy introspection. Ageless.
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LHRV 08
LHRV 08 (12")
Cat: LHRV 08. Rel: 17 May 24
Kije - "Posted" (3:47)
MF & SnowB1 - "Moon On The Water" (feat Lelya) (6:03)
Green Vibes - "Activate" (6:00)
Capital Dogz - "Sunny Breeze" (feat Badd Kitty) (4:58)
 in stock $15.35
Remixes IV
Remixes IV (double 12")
Cat: PCMSV 026. Rel: 17 May 24
Kop-Z - "Fading Light Above Us All" (Fanu remix) (5:42)
Greenleaf - "Zigaboo" (Profane remix) (6:12)
Metro - "Jazz Band 6" (Kop-Z Modification) (7:15)
Nic TVG - "And" (Enix remix) (7:11)
Dacamera - "Swiss Cartel" (Polska remix) (6:52)
Indidjinous & Ornette Hawkins - "Noirism" (Ricky Force remix) (6:07)
Greenleaf - "Todash" (Macc remix) (4:17)
Greenleaf - "Reorganized Chaos" (ANMA No Input mixer edit 5) (4:29)
Greenleaf - "Technology" (Krugah G33 Strain Revision) (6:19)
Nic TV - "Ain't Right Long" (K-Chaos remix) (6:32)
 in stock $24.35
Millennial Breeze
Cat: MARCELLP 007. Rel: 10 May 24
Saurus (5:37)
Gates Of Biskolom (4:51)
Manifeest (5:09)
Jump Ennea (4:29)
Millenial Breeze (5:46)
 in stock $27.01
Step In Time
Cat: PPJ 006. Rel: 08 May 24
Step In Time
Second Thoughts
Review: Levitation sure will lead dancefloors to take off once they get lost in this latest two tracker on PPJ Recordings. It's a vibrant mix of pure drum-led energy and also blissed-out synth soul. The crashing amens of 'Step In Time' dart about the mix with turbo-charged energy while the plunging bassline is warm and deep. The mad duality of that one is matched on the flipside with 'Second Thoughts.' It has a soaring and celestial vocal while the low ends are brutal as they drill down into the dance floor and the tumbling amens never stop falling.
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 in stock $14.57
Time X EP
Time X EP (12")
Cat: PPJ 007. Rel: 08 May 24
Time X
Total Stranger
Inexplicable
Review: Levitation returns to US jungle imprint PPJ with three more outstanding breakbeat gems. 'Time X' breaks the seal and flips between the shades and styles with a cool sense of rawness and mystery. One moment those drums will slice your face, the next moment those pads are kissing you softly. This emotional dexterity continues as 'Total Stranger' flips from a woozy halftime dreamscape into an all-out slap-about and 'Inexplicable' finishes the EP on full blast with a head-bending array of twists and edits. Pick your feet up!
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 in stock $14.57
Through Lines
Through Lines (2xLP) (1 per customer)
Cat: 3024 MAR1LP. Rel: 16 May 24
Broken (5:03)
Friedrichstrasse (5:04)
Yet (5:54)
TRG - Broken Heart (Martyn DCM mix) (5:46)
Cloud Convention (6:38)
Vancouver (6:07)
Mega Drive Generation (6:18)
Get Down (6:40)
Virgo (6:52)
Review: Dutch DJ/producer Martyn has always been one of techno and bass music's most thoughtful and diverse operators, with a trademark production style that draws on many interconnected styles and now a Substack newsletter full of interesting essays about different aspects of the music culture he's been part of for decades. Through Lines, seemingly inspired by his ongoing desire to make sense of the musical shifts he's contributed to, is his first career retrospective - a fine collection of personal favourites and hand-picked club workouts featuring tracks recorded and released at different points between 2005 and 2015. It's a terrific collection filled with tracks that variously mix and match elements of dubstep, polyrhythmic techno, UK garage, Detroit techno, broken beat, 140, drum and bass and deep techno.
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Intérprete: Shadow Dancer
 in stock $33.10
For Unconventional Ears
Cat: ERROR 303. Rel: 13 May 24
Age Of Love
Open Your Eyes
Supernature
Insane
2 Words
Scar Vibes
 in stock $19.60
Knot
Knot (12")
Cat: IMG 003. Rel: 09 May 24
Knot (12:38)
Backing It (7:15)
Review: Massive ambient intellijungle from UK producer One Touch, whose technical itch is evidently a difficult one to scratch. This EP is the third to be released by the mysterious Danish producer, and effortlessly lays claim to a highly respected career to come, dare we say continue. 'Knot' happily rests on a plane of indeterminacy, moving between stasis-echelons of pad and rattle, and bringing jungle back to its earlier, slightly slower-tempo'ed days, when faster pacing wasn't used to mask missed opportunities for flaunting rhythmic tekkers. One Touch pulls no punches on the variation front, with follow-upper 'Backing It' indulging the amen yet evincing no less finesse either.
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 in stock $11.64
Ride The Rhythm EP
Cat: INFRALTD 003. Rel: 08 May 24
Ride The Rhythm (7:42)
All Night (5:22)
Review: The crucial Infrared label is back with another entry into its limited edition series and this time the baton is handed over to Peshay. This potent two-tracker starts off with the amped up and edgy chords of 'Ride The Rhythm' with constantly inject the track with forward motion next to the yelping diva vocals that pan about the mix. 'All Night' is a happy and party starting banger with epic piano chords bringing and old school rave feel next to classic Happy Mondays vocal samples and an all out sense of unreserved energy.
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 in stock $14.82
Sacrifice: Rituals
Sacrifice: Rituals (limited red marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: SMDE 41. Rel: 09 May 24
Raven (Dom & Roland remix) (7:36)
Anaconda (Forest Drive West remix) (6:06)
Temple (Homemade Weapons remix) (6:07)
Sacrifice (Torn remix) (6:39)
Review: Presha's Sacrifice: Rituals EP undergoes a transformative journey as a handful of esteemed producers delve into its sonic depths, reshaping each track with their unique perspectives. Dom & Roland's remix of 'Raven' sets a menacing tone with its hard-hitting beats and ominous atmosphere, invoking a sense of impending doom. Forest Drive West takes on 'Anaconda,' infusing it with languid, slow techno vibes that gradually evolve into a spacey light drum n bass pattern with soundscapes, characterized by dark undertones and hypnotic rhythms. Meanwhile, Homemade Weapons brings a nostalgic nod to 90s jungle with their remix of 'Temple,' featuring vocal samples and urban-inspired beats that transport listeners to the gritty streets of the past. Finally, Torn's remix of 'Sacrifice' delves into the depths of growling jungle, immersing listeners in a menacing and dark sonic landscape. With its deep, menacing tones, this remix encapsulates the EP's theme of ritualistic sacrifice. Overall, Sacrifice: Rituals displays the versatility, creativity and power of Jungle a nd Drum & Bass music.
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 in stock $16.69
Wavelord Bizniz EP
Wavelord Bizniz EP (translucent green marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: TIN 055RP. Rel: 16 May 24
Wavelord Bizniz (4:39)
Correct Technique (3:54)
Violent Violin's (2:44)
FrogMob (6:09)
Review: The Time Is Now label single-handed ushered in a new era of garage if you ask us. That was a few years ago but the label continues to lead from the fort here with a new EP from Samurai Breaks & Napes who make their label debut in explosive fashion. They are skilled studio talents who are nudging at the boundaries of the current UK bass sound and here they hybridise bassline, jungle and garage. You won't easily be able to fit these into one stylistic box but they will do damage on the floor, from the ghetto restlessness of the opener to the manic melodies of 'Correct Technique' and onto the turbocharged 'FrogMob'. Thrilling stuff.
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Birth Control Pill
Birth Control Pill (limited purple & grey marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: EVAR 016. Rel: 09 May 24
Birth Control Pill (9:18)
Benakis (8:54)
Review: Birth Control Pill, the latest offering from Speed Dealer Moms, shows the duo's talents of making chaotic yet elegant live electronics. On the title track, they blend ruffneck drum and bass with ripping breakcore, culminating in a thrilling extratone breakdown. 'Benakis,' on the B-side, explores unconventional time signatures and intricate melodies, transitioning between breakcore and hard techno before drifting into a dreamy, beatless outro. Speed Dealer Moms, comprising John Frusciante (Red Hot Chili Peppers) and Aaron Funk (Venetian Snares), navigate their own crooked road with a telepathic musical connection, resulting in their most functional and concise release yet. These fearless electronic compositions push boundaries and defy categorization, reflecting their relentless pursuit of the new.
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 in stock $26.48
XT (remixes)
XT (remixes) (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: UHMNEP 01. Rel: 16 May 24
Sully - "XT" (3:35)
Sully - "XT" (Basic Rhythm remix) (3:40)
Basic Rhythm - "Woozy" (4:04)
Basic Rhythm - "Woozy" (Sully remix) (3:19)
Review: Sully and Basic Rhythm swap skills on an inter-fantastic new four-tracker, 'XT / Woozy', with remixes. Following the initial split single release on which only the originals were heard, we're now hit hard round the face with their dark-energetic mirror images. As on the first batch, the pair eschew the usual drum & bass palette for a focus on its form, swapping out the genre's usually hard-attacked, sampled-to-death oneshots for cleaner, nigh synthetic drums that simply pop. All sounds seem to have been designed from scratch; Sully's version of 'Woozy's is as nocturnal and sterile in sound as a werewolf just escaped from a bathhouse.
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Intérprete: Mike O'Mara
 in stock $16.16
Silly Girls
Silly Girls (green pea vinyl 10")
Cat: AKO10 017. Rel: 08 May 24
Silly Girls (5:13)
Ur Luv (5:11)
Review: Sweetpea brings a raw edge to a fresh pair of tunes on the AKO Beatz label which has pressed them up to a nice green 10". 'Silly Girls' is a raucous cut that is awash with synths that swirl and blow about the mix and the deeply buried breakbeats keep things moving and smudge vocals drift in and out up top. It's an intense cut that leads into flipside joint 'Ur Luv' which starts with some ambient swirls before again rough riding on a brutalist amen break that is detailed with wispy sci-fi details.
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 in stock $14.57
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