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  1. Duckett - "How Not To Love" (5:42)
  2. Sage - "Tidy Wires" (6:30)
  3. Cambo - "Stent" (5:43)
  4. DJ Bong Gozling & DJ Carey - "Gold Coast UFO" (6:58)
  5. Hantrax - "Cs70msquad" (5:24)
  6. Bastiengoat - "I Guess This Must Be Love" (3:34)
Intérprete: Kid Who
out of stock $9.16
Cat: HTH 008. Rel: 08 Aug 13
  1. You, Me, Metropolis
  2. Broken (feat Ghettozoid - Unsubscribe remix)
  3. Shot You Down (feat Leni Ward - Breakage remix)
  4. Worthless
Review: Following on from the Kill The Lights LP on the ever-swelling Houndstooth imprint, King Cannibal's House Of Black Lanterns project drops a single from the album to stand on its own two feet. "You, Me, Metropolis" is an urgent, juke-fuelled prowler that lays the dystopian future shock on heavy through epic synth strokes, wielding the urgent rhythm of the drum patterns with the same forward-motion as Kuedo did on his LP. Meanwhile "Broken" gets a reworking from Unsubscribe, turning out an oppressive electro house interpretation that wouldn't sound out of place on Dave Clarke's World Service mix, and Breakage turns "Shot You Down" into a big room monster. Bringing the release full circle, "Worthless" is an original cut that sees more of that soothsayer footwork business tricking its way out of the speakers.
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out of stock $8.63
Cat: HTH 002. Rel: 04 Apr 13
  1. Truth & Loss
  2. Truth & Loss (Fractures Astrophonica remix)
  3. Like A Warrior (feat Jukali)
  4. Ghettozoid - "Toy Boy" (House Of Black Lanterns remix)
Review: This second release on Fabric's new in-house label Houndstooth demonstrate they plan to be much more than an Ostgut Ton clone. House Of Black Lanterns is Dylan Richards, a Berlin based musician with previous form as King Cannibal, whose dark, industrial edged combination of D&B and dancehall saw a string of releases on Ninja Tune in 2009. This new project looks to be something quite different however; "Truth & Loss" sees bombastic sci-fi vistas held together with Autonomic style rhythms and footwork-inspired snares, while "Like A Warrior" pairs Juakali's vocals alongside a dubstep style instrumental with an early Skull Disco vibe. In the remix corner, Fracture reworks the title track into an bleak, dystopian D&B roller, while House Of Black Lanterns remixes a track called "Boy Toy" by the little known producer Ghettozoid, who has previously collaborated with Richards.
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Álbumes
WFM (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: TEKLIFE 008. Rel: 07 Sep 18
  1. WFM (feat Gant-Man,DJ Paypal, DJ Phil & Sirr TMO) (3:03)
  2. Move Back (feat DJ Phil) (3:43)
  3. It's Wack (with DJ Rashad) (4:57)
  4. Big Body Bass (3:29)
  5. Cloud Ride (feat DJ Phil) (4:28)
  6. What U Waiting For (feat Sirr TMO) (4:29)
  7. So High (feat DJ Paypal) (3:17)
  8. Scream At Me (feat Gant-Man, DJ Paypal & Sirr TMO) (3:29)
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Kill The Lights (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: HTH 003. Rel: 10 Jun 13
  1. Beg
  2. Broken (feat Ghettozoid)
  3. Shot You Down (feat Leni Ward)
  4. Truth & Loss
  5. I'll Wait For You
  6. Never Sleep Again (feat Juakali)
  7. Rolling Thunder
  8. You, Me, Metropolis
  9. Names (feat Leni Ward)
  10. Pale December (feat Rudi Zygadlo)
  11. The Walls Are Closing In
Review: Switching stance from his bass-weighted mutant stepping as King Cannibal, Dylan Richards is now developing his own murky foray into 4/4 steeped in dread-filled atmospherics and plush sound design under the House Of Black Lanterns banner. With smatterings of electro and footwork, a M_nus-styled economy of arrangements and a spread of vocal turns from Leni Ward, Rudi Zygadlo and Juakali, Kill The Lights is operating on many levels while weaving its own gothic vision of what pop-inflected dance music can reach for in 2013. There's no doubt that Richards has succeeded in realising his vision for a beyond-the-grave listening experience that can still be accessible to a range of listeners.
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