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Back Catalogue: Footwork/Juke

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BS3 EP (12")
Cat: 50WEAPONS 028. Rel: 26 Jul 13
  1. Rzor
  2. Thr3id
  3. 11th
  4. Ol Man Ek
Review: Bringing a measured kind of juke menace to the 50 Weapons camp, regular attraction Addison Groove this time links up with fellow Bristol bass maven Sam Binga for some short and snappy cuts that explore diverse corners of electronica while all riding that hyped-up tempo. "Rzor" keeps things strictly rhythmic with its rush of 808 beats moving through pitch tweaks and rubbing up against found sound percussion. "Thr3id" gets twisted up in melodic stabs and the kind of gnarly acid spits you might find on Drukqs-era Aphex, bouncing off steady central motifs in order to fire off as many drum machine samples as possible in a three minute time frame. "11th" is even further into deploying intricate melodic darts that zip through the rapid fire beats, delicate chimes offset by dreamy synths and stuttering samples. "Ol Man EK" whips all these feelings up into a perfect summation track, capturing the bittersweet-ness of early jungle and vintage deep house in amongst a positively futuristic flurry of percussion.
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Intérprete: Shiftee
out of stock $11.18
For Those Who Like It Sweet (coloured vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: CRITSYS 007. Rel: 25 Nov 16
  1. Chimpo - "War Tanker" (4:16)
  2. Sam Binga - "Drank" (3:21)
  3. Chimpo & Sam Binga - "Sassy Riddim" (4:16)
  4. Sam Binga & Chimpo - "Selection Dark" (1:46)
  5. Sam Binga & Chimpo - "For Those Who Like It Sweet" (1:27)
Intérprete: Bop
out of stock $10.64
Cat: HORO 010.5. Rel: 08 Oct 13
  1. Consequence, Loxy, Resound - "Project No Name"
  2. Stray - "Wired"
  3. Elsewhere - "0996"
  4. Stickman - "Helix"
Review: Living up to its name in every way, Scope delves deeper into the furthest expanses of contemporary composition than any other compilation has dared to delve. Its fifth sampler, here we find the heavier, more beat-focused material of the album brought to the fore. From sharpened steppy, hip-snapping riddims such as "Helix" and and "0996" to more tension-based material where suspense is tightly weaved into thundering percussion and the carefully drawn out dynamics such as "Project No Name" and "Wired", each of these four cuts pushes the concept of bass music into entirely new realms. Excitingly deep.
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out of stock $8.25
Cat: PHUD 12002. Rel: 30 Oct 13
  1. Original Rockers
  2. Redo
Review: Their first original material together in many, many years, "Original Rockers" shows Digital & Spirit have maintained their fingers on the pulse with futurist attention to detail. The title track rides roughshod on a mean ghetto, almost jukey groove, all chopped up and sleazy. "Redo", meanwhile, looks back to look forward - a super-charged jungle breakbeat tear-up that growls with attitude and swaggers with cymbal-splashing fervour, it reminds us why the pair were so respected in the first place.
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Intérprete: Juno Recommends Bass
out of stock $8.25
Cat: 2NDRP 12023. Rel: 26 Feb 13
  1. Djrum - "Blue On Blue (Voodoo)"
  2. South London Ordnance - "Daphne"
  3. Manni Dee & Deft - "This One Art Of The Possible"
Review: 2nd Drop mainstays Djrum and South London Ordnance feature on this final Future Foundations 12" from the label along with a contribution from Brighton duo Manni Dee and Deft. 2nd Drop is a label noted for their enduringly diverse approach in the UK bass spectrum and that's demonstrated aptly here. Djrum offers some insight into his forthcoming album for the label with the sparse and playful half step production "Voodoo" which feels like it's dipped in midnight oil. "Daphne" finds UK Bass poster boy South London Ordnance in good form, laying down a notably gaseous bass line over the crisp bed of springy percussion whilst "This One Art Of The Possible" demonstrates Manni Dee and Deft's talent for frenetic juke arrangements
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Intérprete: Juno Recommends Bass
out of stock $9.32
  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 $9.32
FDGD EP (12" + MP3 download code in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: APHA 010. Rel: 16 Oct 14
  1. She Want It Ruff
  2. Back It Up
  3. Bubble
  4. She Want It Ruff (Logos Space Jam)
Review: Fracture and Sam Binga are a collaborative match made in minimal heaven. Teaming up with Bristol mic man Rider makes this pact all the sweeter. Sleazy future dancehall vibes, the lean arrangements allow Rider's steamy dancefloor poetry to enjoy maximum effect as he explains his methods and techniques with the fairer sex with baritone abandon. Highlights include the tropical uplifts of "Bubble" and Logos cosmic twist on "She Want It Ruff". "FDGD" FTW.
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out of stock $10.64
Small Victories EP (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: EXIT 044. Rel: 19 Mar 13
  1. Small Victories
  2. Gamma
  3. Squares
  4. Electric Riddim
Review: There's some incredible creativity happening around the 80-95 mark at the moment. The once wholesome and innocent Autonomic sound has hit its teens and it's getting just a little bit bolshy. "Small Victories" still breathes with the same blissed out sweetness but there's a darker substance in the beefy underbelly. "Gamma", meanwhile, is 100 per cent unruly; steppy, tripletty and saturated in deep, immersive drone-bass, it's an instant rabble-rouser. "Squares" slouches up the rear, lolloping along, covered in a trippy texture of counter melodies. "Electric Riddim" finishes this victorious journey with a heavy nod to both classical jungle and the future
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out of stock $11.98
Cat: MODRU 001. Rel: 07 Jul 14
  1. Pawn - "Do U"
  2. The Renegades - "The Warmup"
  3. Vorres - "One Of These Old Days"
  4. Sideswipe - "Be With U"
Review: The London-based Modern Ruin Records label arrives with a mission statement to showcase some of the most talented and innovative artists making moves on the juke and footwork scenes around the world, and the label's first EP gets things off to an incredibly strong start. Pawn kicks off with "Do U", a dancefloor destroyer melding footwork textures with punishing D&B-influenced rhythms and bass, while The Renegades' "The Warmup" offers a jazzier number which places deft amen breaks throughout. On the flip, Sideswipe's "Be With U" offers a gospel-influenced, funky take on footwork with its vintage sample, but it's Vorres' "One Of These Old Days" that takes the crown, with delicate 808 rhythms fluttering across more soulful vocals. Essential stuff from a label to watch.
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out of stock $5.86
U EP (12")
Cat: EXIT 050. Rel: 01 Apr 14
  1. Alix Perez - "U"
  2. Alix Perez vs Stray - "Sludge"
  3. Alix Perez vs DJ Rashad vs DJ Spinn - "Make It Worth"
  4. Alix Perez - "Gully Halves"
Review: Alix Perez on Exit? That's enough to make most D&B aficionados froth at the mouth. Throw in collabs with the equally hot Stray and two of footwork's most demonstrative players and you've got a release so cool it comes with its own beard. "U" is a rifle-like jitter-jam of cuts and chops, all massages together to juke glue. "Sludge", meanwhile, lives up to its name in every way. A funky post-dubstep downbeat strutter, it wonks as hard as it works. The truly unique "Make It Worth", meanwhile, is an eerie stepper that morphs from subtle to stately drama with a Detroit style heaviness and a grime vocal loop. Finally we hit "Gully Halves" which, as the title suggests, is a waspy paranoid bassline on a dark stroppy halfstep. Four incredible future jams from the Shogun superstar... This is next level business.
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out of stock $11.98
Destroy Dem Soundboy (clear red vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: DESTROYOHBOY 01. Rel: 23 Feb 17
  1. Phatworld - "Destroy Dem Soundboy" (Phatworld mix) (3:43)
  2. Gash & Simtek - "Destroy Dem Soundboy" (Gash & Simtek Jukeboxx mix) (3:59)
  3. FFF - "Destroy Dem Soundboy" (Dem Fi Dead mix) (3:48)
  4. Ronin - "Destroy Dem Soundboy" (Breakcore Is Just Having A Power Nap mix) (5:05)
  5. Dr Colossus - "Destroy Dem Soundboy" (The Destroyer mix) (7:07)
out of stock $15.17
Warlord (hand-numbered 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: TMS 003. Rel: 02 Aug 17
  1. Warlord (4:32)
  2. Warlord (Ikonika remix) (3:32)
  3. Cheap Food (5:07)
  4. Cheribibownsken (feat Infinite livez) (4:09)
Review: Schockglatze is a long standing collaboration between artists working across several disciplines. With audio-visual performances, band projects and international exhibitions thus far, they have been causing a stir within the art and music worlds. Spank has already collaborated with a range of acclaimed vocalists, including Warrior Queen, Sensational and Christoph Waltz. As a competent producer, he forms the solid basis for the studio productions of Schockglatze. Nik Nowak has attracted international attention with his mobile sound sculptures and worked with Chicago footwork pioneers like (the late) DJ Rashad and DJ Spinn as well as Kevin Martin aka The Bug. Graphic artist, VJ and video director Moritz Stumm aka Ultramoodem brings to the project an 'inimitable rhythmicity' while creating a singular technique of audio-visual effects: the aesthetic of which has become a signature style of the collective.
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 in stock $10.38
Bismuth (12")
Cat: RUDI12 002. Rel: 13 May 14
  1. Bismuth
  2. Lone Ranger
out of stock $9.57
Everything On Time EP (limited heavyweight transparent marbled vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: DICA 011. Rel: 11 Jun 19
  1. KNS 2019 (feat Kiat) (6:04)
  2. Emo (feat Agzilla) (5:56)
  3. Garden (6:21)
  4. Torpor (5:14)
out of stock $8.25
Cat: EXIT 070. Rel: 11 Oct 16
  1. Sinistarr & Stringray313 - "Track 1" (4:44)
  2. Shake (feat Detroits Filthiest aka DJ Nasty) (4:36)
  3. Nonlinear Threat (5:08)
  4. I Pop, I Jit (5:29)
Review: Beware of the Naine Rouge! A Detroit folklore tale that contextualizes the city's spates of bad luck dating back over 300 years, local machine-abuser Sinistarr pays homage to the unique myth with a set of unclassifiable dancefloor smoulder sessions. Two major league tag-teams hit from the off as techno don Stingray313 pairs up for the loopy kickdrum stamping "Track 1" and ghettotech godfather DJ Nasty joins him for a furious footwork fire up "Shake". Elsewhere we get speak & spellbound on the dark stepper "Nonlinear Threats" and "I Pop, I Jit" shakes and stutters with such a rhythmic infectiousness you don't want it to ever end. Another perfect Exit release.
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out of stock $11.45
Swinging Flavors #6 (yellow vinyl 7")
Cat: BMRSF 006. Rel: 26 Jun 18
  1. 55555 (5:32)
  2. 55555 (Philip D Kick remix) (4:46)
 in stock $10.64
Maskya EP (Machinedrum remixes) (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: BD 271. Rel: 04 Dec 15
  1. SK Simeon - "Doper Than Dope" (Machinedrum remix) (3:08)
  2. SK Simeon - "Ram Dancehall" (Machinedrum remix) (3:46)
  3. Yaw Faso - "All Of Mi Life" (Machinedrum remix) (3:24)
  4. Yaw Faso - "Memories" (Machinedrum remix) (3:32)
Review: Machinedrum steps up to Big Dada to deliver four highly physical twists on Aussie Enchufada affiliates SK Simeon and Yaw Faso: fusing footwork, dancehall, Afro beats and classic ragga jungle, each cut slams in such a gully way they make Major Lazer look like the president of the My Little Pony fanclub. Highlights include the neat countering of emotional vocal soul and machinegun drum bullying on "Memories" and the insane drum rolls on "Ram Dancehall". There's a reason this has been pressed to heavyweight vinyl. Bad it up.
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out of stock $6.38
Cat: MODRU 004. Rel: 13 Apr 15
  1. Brain Music
  2. Wet
  3. Brain Music (Slick Shoota remix)
  4. Wet (House Of Black Lanterns remix)
Review: Skubi steps into the limelight with his debut release for Modern Ruin, an imprint reserved strictly for the finest in footwork killers. "Brain Music" is basically a modern hip-hop lick with cavernous low-ends and that familiar juke vocal stutter. The same goes for "Wet", a relatively darker, dreamier sort of affair. Remixes comes from none other than Slick Shoota and House Of Black Lanterns, the former opting for a jungle swing while the latter twists and funks that juke into an even nuttier bundle of drums and percussion. Large.
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 in stock $4.25
Keep Bussin (limited pink vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: APCO 03. Rel: 17 Jul 14
  1. Keep Bussin'
  2. Juxtapose
  3. Strut
  4. Kik
  5. Keep Bussin' (Om Unit remix)
  6. Juxtapose (Addison Groove remix)
out of stock $11.98
Dagger (10")
Cat: SBKT 001. Rel: 18 Oct 13
  1. Dagger
  2. Dagger (Desto remix)
Review: SLV comprises Shanghai producer Downstate and Tokyo-based Hamacide. While the title of their debut release "Dagger" suggests sharp, cut-throat riddims, there's a much softer, richer sound amidst their slo-mo trappisms. Think Bassnectar's early material. Think Moby. Think beautiful. For something much sharper head to Desto's remix. Upping the tempo with footwork fury, it's the perfect foil to the title's dreamy dedication.
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Intérprete: Modern Ruin Records
out of stock $7.44
Cat: EGLO 50. Rel: 08 Dec 16
  1. If U Wan 2 Find Me (5:09)
  2. Time Is Running Out (6:23)
out of stock $6.38
Cat: EXIT 047. Rel: 30 Oct 13
  1. Prof Popper
  2. Dropping Bombs
  3. Bounce That
  4. Matchsticks
Review: 2013 has been a vintage year for Stray; his on-going soul adventures with Ivy Lab, his collaborations with Frederic Robinson, his juke jungle experiments on Modulations... The man can do no wrong. And this Exit debut is certainly no exception. If anything it's his best release this year. Highlights include the booty-slapping ghetto beauty of "Bounce That", the tripped out jazz soul of the title track "Matchsticks" and the ace vocal loopery of "Prof Popper". Truly distinctive, Stray is killing it right now.
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Ginseng Smash (10" promo)
Cat: MODULE 014. Rel: 14 May 13
  1. Ginseng Smash
  2. Akina
Review: Taking time out from his Ivy Lab project with Sabre and Halogenix, Stray gets his darkside on with this bad dream jungle workout. Whistling and rushing on some lovely rusty amens, the tripped out vocals and alien-landing loops on "Ginseng Smash" are a beautiful cacophony that work but in the most fragile / warped way. "Akina" is darker again; taking the juke/ghettotech template it's just as much techno as it is D&B. Truly heavy stuff. Not to be missed.
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out of stock $7.72
Chatterbox EP (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: EXIT 051. Rel: 15 Apr 14
  1. Award Tour
  2. Eazy Boy
  3. Chatterbox
  4. Fragile
Review: With a diverse sound established off some fine drops on Critical, Warm Communications and Blu Mar Ten Music, its little surprise that Stray's 2013 Matchsticks bow on Exit proved so damn popular with the Drum & Bass heads. A return to Exit is most welcome then, and the four tracks on this Chatterbox EP demonstrate Jonathan Fogel's getting to the point where his productions as Stray are becoming untouchable! "Award Tour" is perhaps the straightest cut here, little to do with the Tribe classic of the same name but a righteous dancefloor stepper in its own right and Stray takes it in some interesting directions from here. "Eazy Boy" is marauding, bass heavy hip hop replete with massacred pitched vocals, whilst the deftly edited, classic jungle vibes of the title track ensure it's possibly the highlight of this release. You can easily visualise D Bridge pulling for the final track "Fragile" so it's little surprise to hear he's already been supporting this release along with the likes of Om Unit and Machine Drum.
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out of stock $11.98
Trip To Warsaw EP (limited 12")
Cat: AR 004EP. Rel: 13 Mar 18
  1. Trip To Warsaw (intro) (1:04)
  2. Thirteen (4:10)
  3. 4Q 510-511 (4:01)
  4. Scare Em To Death (4:07)
  5. Wait Til The Stick Comes (3:39)
  6. Whispers Through The Wall (4:45)
  7. Train To Lodz (5:15)
Review: Tagged as 'juke', Surly's second release to date is much more grounded in jazz and hard bop. The Polish newcomer has impressed with this release so far, taking traditional visions of the genre onto new and exciting territories that have been explored only superficially over the last decade. What is most special about the tunes on Trip To Warsaw is how genuine they sound and feel. For most wannabe jazz musicians, the vibe can feel a little forced at time, but Surly's methods of instrumentation feel as natural around drum machines and synths as they would do around a 5-piece band with brass, piano, bass and wind instruments. This really is a trip in every sense of the word, and it might just well be the release of the month from us. Warmly recommended.
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out of stock $17.30
Cat: BWOOD 0129EP. Rel: 30 Oct 14
  1. Walters Call
  2. Smash & Grab
  3. Summer Fruits
Review: We're unsure who Walter is, but we do know that this EP is the end result of Swindle looking after his grandparents' house for a summer between international shows, and how he turned their living room into a studio fit for a horn section. The end result features some of the funkiest, jazz-jacked, unique instrumentals he's ever recorded (which is saying something). Muted trumpets, big piano slaps, heavyweight beats, infectious hooks and an overall sense of fun, Swindle remains the funk champion of dubstep-related music. For something a little more chill switch for the dreamlike "Summer Fruits". In terms of an appropriate seasonal release, the timing is terrible. In terms of everything else about the track, it's perfect. Essential Swindle.
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out of stock $5.59
A Team Series 1 (hand-stamped 10" + MP3 download code limited to 300 copies)
Cat: ANUS 009. Rel: 08 Mar 19
  1. Siete Catorce - "Alguna Parte" (7:18)
  2. Panda Lassow - "BAD" (3:16)
  3. The Duke Of Juke - "Untropical" (4:21)
  4. Frenquency - "Tropic Al" (2:49)
Intérprete: Juno Recommends Bass
 in stock $11.98
Strangers (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: AS 19. Rel: 30 Jun 15
  1. Waves (4:26)
  2. Strangers (3:54)
  3. Seconds (3:31)
  4. Pedestrians (3:37)
  5. Gravity (4:09)
  6. Genetics (3:18)
  7. Dystopia (4:29)
  8. Breeze (4:00)
  9. A Thousand Skies (4:16)
Review: Shake It Maschine and Mr Pigman's Simpig project comes correct with their debut full-length release Strangers. A fusion of future beats, trap, jungle, footwork and even trance, there's a great sense of the cosmic throughout as synths and snapped, shaken and bend backwards over robust drum patterns. Highlights include the carnivalian arpeggios and otherworldly instrumentation of the title track, the dungeon trap trippiness of "Genetics and the jazz-flickered, Stray-like stepper "Breeze". With a body of work this strong Simpig shouldn't be strangers for very long.
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out of stock $17.03
Stay Home (LP)
Cat: PMC 141. Rel: 21 May 15
  1. Trip (3:16)
  2. Take It Slow (3:09)
  3. Gloom (2:25)
  4. Thinking About You (2:19)
  5. Bokeh (2:50)
  6. Whyarntyou (2:15)
out of stock $12.77
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