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DUPLOCXX PT2A (white vinyl 12")
Cat: DUPLOCXX PT2A. Rel: 18 Jan 24
11th Hour & Hebbe - "Access Denied" (4:38)
Mikrodot - "Sun God" (3:45)
Merricat Black - "Tricky Bizzness" (4:26)
Losco & ONHELL - "Carnal" (2:58)
Substrada - "Stonk Face" (4:37)
Wraz - "Wriggle" (4:12)
Review: Duploc continue to fly the flag for true-skool dubstep with their digital output and a renewed run of vinyl pressings. Duploc Blaxck Tapes 2.0 originally dropped back in 2022 and the tracks from the likes of Hamdi, Hypho and ENiGMA Dubz were instantly getting picked up by such respected selectors as Youngsta, Sicaria Sound and Riz La Teef. It's not hard to see why, given the label's declared focus on "the heavier dubstep sound" with incendiary results. If you want to test some subs with the gnarliest 140 gear around, this record is all you need.
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 in stock $13.24
Alarm Room
Cat: WPR 070. Rel: 19 Dec 23
Alarm Room (3:33)
Basement (3:42)
Diego (3:36)
Kitchen (4:02)
Review: Siberian subs! New duo Wasta and Sector.13 make their debut on one of the UK's juiciest imprints White Peach. Four cuts deep, each one wonked and tricked out with stacks of swagger, the EP flexes with fire all the way from the mystic pipes and woozy blues of the opening track 'Alarm Room' to the aggy string-wrapped finale piece 'Kitchen'. Between we're treated to the smoky struts of 'Basement' and the jagged funk of 'Diego'. Each cut slaps with style. Don't press snooze on this alarm!
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 in stock $14.30
Simplicity (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MEDI 131. Rel: 02 May 24
Killa (4:12)
Second Mouse (3:43)
Simplicity (3:48)
Review: The UK's Hamdi, formerly Hamdiman, has been a formidable presence on the dubstep scene since at least god knows when. We're therefore delighted to note his debut release on the instrumental dubstep label Deep Medi, proving that the often elusive but no less prolific Mala-run label still has their finger on the pulse when it comes to championing next-gen talent. 'Simplicity' recalls the tripletty experiments of the more experimental, nay brutal players in dubstep, with 'Killa' barely indulging even so much as a hint of reverb, except for on the titular sample. The 6/8 timing continues throughout, with 'Second Mouse' utilising a surreal "why?" sample amid sudden stops and tricky hi-hat creeps-upward. The sendoff 'Simplicity', finally, pays homage to an earlier apogee of the scene, perhaps nodding at Coki's raw and unpolished growly sound heard in his 'Spongebob' era.
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 in stock $15.35
Flaccid Acid
Flaccid Acid (hand-stamped vinyl 12")
Cat: FLACCID 001. Rel: 27 Feb 24
Flaccid Acid (part 1) (4:00)
Flaccid Acid (part 2) (5:18)
Review: In the need of new energy and new solutions? Look no further than Headland and Epoch, they've got everything you need in two rather handsome - if a little floppy - formations. The title says it all - 'Flaccid Acid' - a deliciously Daliesque trip where the bassline melts before your very inner eye in the most lazy, almost sarcastic way. Chakra realigning 140 funk from the left hand side, this is exactly what Doctor Hoffman would jam to. Need a little stiffener? Flip for part two, it's got a little more poke. Turn on, tune in, trip out.

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 in stock $15.35
Burn & Heal
Burn & Heal (hand-stamped 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ITX 032. Rel: 01 May 24
Worstis (3:58)
Shackout (5:02)
Stomping Ground (5:01)
Burn & Heal (5:01)
Review: The latest on Ilian Tape's ITX Series is this fresh dub haywiring from UK producer Mantra, one half of the UK label and events series Rupture. Following a superbly lo-fi, blue-tinted deep dubstep and garage mix offered to the label less than a year ago, she here returns to the fore with four fantastic new ones tailored for both systems and system heads. Highlights among the bunch include the dizzying, breaksy loss of sonic motor control that is 'Shackout' and the nighttimey, post-dark-garage 4x4 hardcore number 'Stomping Ground'. Closer 'Burn & Heal' rounds the whole thing out on a maximally intense jump-up jungle mastication.
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Intérprete: Wes Baggaley
 in stock $14.57
Babylon (12")
Cat: NUMAREC 003. Rel: 03 Mar 20
Babylon (3:18)
Babylon (Steppa mix) (4:52)
Review: The return of the Heartless Badboys... Numa Crew smash the cork off a dank bottle of 2020 with a one way trip to "Babylon". Rolling deep with Riko Dan, this certified heavy hitter takes you back to where you came from with broadsword bars and thumping 808 grime beat. Savage, tense and dramatic, it's supercharged on the flip with the skank-packed Steppa remix. Move like bloodclart magicians to this.
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 in stock $12.18
For Me You Are
Cat: MRB 7120. Rel: 27 Mar 14
For Me You Are (feat Hollie Cook - Mungo's Hi Fi mix)
Say What You're Saying (feat George Dekker - Mungo's Hi Fi mix)
 in stock $8.47
Seen (hand-stamped 10")
Cat: FAVX 010. Rel: 24 May 22
RSD & Teffa - "Seen" (4:53)
RSD & Chad Dubz - "Time To Unite" (3:56)
 in stock $14.30
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