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3 X 2 EP
3 X 2 EP (12")
Cat: LIVITY 043. Rel: 27 Oct 20
Bass
  1. Oww (4:21)
  2. Grainy (4:20)
  3. Tribal Warrior (5:08)
  4. 3 X 2 (4:40)
Review: If polyrhythmic, hard-to-pigeonhole UK bass mutations are your thing, this new EP from Roska's occasional Bakongo project is a must-listen. Starting with the tribal rhythms and deep bass of 'Oww', the veteran producer offers up a succession of cuts that blend elements of UK funky, dub techno, and what was once called '140' with weighty sub-bass, tough drums, occasional chords and plenty of densely layered African and South American style percussion sounds. The emphasis throughout is on rhythm, rather than music, making all four cuts perfect for those DJs who love to pepper their sets and mixes with drum tracks and percussion jams.
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Second Freeze/Simple As
Cat: 099 YTIVIL. Rel: 31 Aug 16
Techno
  1. Second Freeze (6:04)
  2. Simple As (5:43)
Review: Speak to anyone on the Bristol scene, and they'll happily tell you that Jacob Martin AKA Hodge is willing to open his studio doors to almost any like-minded soul. His latest collaborator is the similarly productive Randomer, fresh from inspired outings on Clone Basement Series and Dekmantel UFO Series. There's a real energy about A-side "Second Freeze", which slowly builds on waves of punchy, polyrhythmic percussion and creepy noises, before bringing in a similarly bold and speaker-hugging bassline. The talented duo goes ever further in this African-influenced direction of thrillingly percussive flipside "Simple As", where additional drum hits pepper a dense, polyrhythmic groove. It's one of the best drum records we've heard this year, and that's saying something.
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Negative Extasy EP
Cat: LIVITY 035. Rel: 26 Jun 19
Bass
  1. E-ache (4:57)
  2. Aces (5:10)
  3. Negative Extasy (4:28)
  4. Suomi (6:19)
Review: Man Band mandem Toma Kami returns to Livity with more sharp tools and insanity, this time in the form of "Negative Extasy". Each cut primed with big roomy broken beats, each cut more beguiling and trippier than the last, each cut rising in intensity; "E-Ache" warms us up with soothing harmonic stabs over a cavernous beat, "Aces" spins us round the stars with housey chords and pretty percussive vapour trails while "Suomi" is nothing short of a 24th century funeral march. For most the title track will be the highlight; more upbeat and bumping, with fat layers of percussion, it's Toma in pure peaktime mode... And everyone's invited.
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Intérprete: Juno Recommends Bass
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Inside EP
Inside EP (12")
Cat: LIVITY 039. Rel: 01 Jun 20
Techno
  1. Inside (6:07)
  2. Machine Club (10:24)
  3. Rrrush (4:40)
  4. Shifter (5:28)
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Igam Ogam EP
Cat: LIVITY 037. Rel: 06 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Igam-Ogam (5:41)
  2. First Image (6:04)
  3. Seeker (5:34)
Review: Given his long-running friendship with key members of Bristol's vibrant - and distinctive - techno community, it's something of a surprise to find that this marks Leif Knowles' first appearance of Peverelist's Livity Sound imprint. Happily, we can confirm that it was worth the wait. The genius of the EP lies in the unique combination of the long-serving producer's inventive, African-influenced rhythms and deep, rich and life-affirming musical flourishes. Both A-side "Igam-Ogam" and B-side opener "First Image" boast intricately programmed (and impressively layered) drums, as well as either drowsy deep house chords or ear-catching melodic loops. Then there's closing cut "Seeker", which sounds like his take on late 1970s Tangerine Dream.
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Tessellations
Cat: LIVITY 024. Rel: 23 May 17
Techno
  1. Burning Sea (3:48)
  2. Under Clearing Skies (5:42)
  3. Still Early (7:00)
  4. Sheer Chance Matters (5:52)
  5. Wireframes (7:14)
  6. Slice Of Life (5:01)
  7. Further Inland (5:54)
  8. Brinks & Limits (5:09)
  9. Plateau (2:29)
Review: Stop the press! Peverelist is back in the game. This is a special announcement for various reasons; first and foremost, the mythical Bristolian hasn't been all too active on out charts as of late, and he most certainly hasn't turned in an album for quite some time. Back on his own Livity Sound stable, the artist's new album, Tessellations, sees the man take a different route to his previous excursions, one that's much more focused on deep tribalism and percussion. The first four segments, from "Burning Sea" to "Sheer Chance Matters" all approach the equation through slightly different lenses; the first two being grounded in ambience of polyrhythmic movement, while the following two mould into a subtle 4/4 flow, but the same ambience is present throughout. This is the same for "Wireframes" all the way to "Plateau", where Peverelist has shaped a new sort of minimalism into his rolling punch of tech-minded bass. Could this be the start of something new? We definitely think so...
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Away From The Reign
Cat: 689 YTIVIL. Rel: 29 Apr 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Noise Water (4:08)
  2. Away From The Reign (6:20)
  3. Which Way Is Up (4:31)
Review: Livity Sound's acclaimed 'Reverse' series returns with something rather special from a new name, debutant producer Ido Plumes. The label hasn't said much about the artist, but the three tracks here suggest that he or she could be a name to watch in the months and years ahead. For proof, first check the bubbly, undulating creepiness of A-side "Noise Water", where alien-sounding electronic motifs, creepy noises and mind-altering aural textures flutter around a dub-wise bassline and bustling, off-kilter groove, before admiring the sub-heavy snappiness and post-dubstep dancefloor weight of "Away From The Reign". Arguably best of all though is closing cut "Which Way Is Up", a kind of mutant future garage excursion that defies easy categorization.
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Access EP
Access EP (12")
Cat: LIVITY 036. Rel: 15 Sep 20
Techno
  1. Heart Piece (5:02)
  2. Run (6:38)
  3. Contactless (6:02)
  4. SYNC-2020 (6:03)
Review: A new enigmatic duo from London named Two Shell present Livity Sounds' next installment. Their debut "Access EP" draws influence from the South London underground of the late '90s and early 00's, with a nod to more contemporary Bristol sounds across these four wicked tracks. From the off-kilter stepper that is "Heart Piece', through to the glacial and deconstructed dub techno of "Contactless" and the rolling bass-driven entrancer "SYNC-2020" - they have forged an EP of warm but stripped-down, deft UK style grooves to mark an anthemic debut. More groundbreaking future sounds from the ever reliable Bristol label.
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Intérprete: M50
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Snake Dance EP
Cat: LIVITY 041. Rel: 11 Nov 20
UK Garage
  1. Ender (4:39)
  2. Revin (6:14)
  3. Snake Dance (6:04)
  4. Lerzin (4:54)
Review: You can always rely on Livity Sound for the most superbly stripped back and skeletal rhythms. It's Al Wooton fka Deadboy who steps up now with a perfect collection of deadly, garage-inspired cuts. 'Ender' is a low end wobbler with lovely wooden hits and eerie pads while 'Revin' steps it up with a soulful vocal bringing some blissed out feels to the stark rhythms. The title track is a vast echo chamber of water droplets, tin pot hits drenched in reverb and atmospheric menace. 'Lerzin' sends you home on a more prickly and busy beat but still one where empty space and deft design still rules.
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Intérprete: M50, London Modular
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