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5 Years Of Hyperdub
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5 Years Of Hyperdub (unmixed 2xCD)
Cat: HDBCD 005. Rel: 01 Oct 09
Deep Dubstep
  1. King Midas Sound - "Meltdown"
  2. Kode9 & The Spaceape - "Time Patrol" (feat Cha Cha)
  3. Darkstar - "Aidys Girl's Computer"
  4. Samiyam - "Roller Skates"
  5. Flying Lotus - "Disco Balls"
  6. Black Chow - "Purple Smoke"
  7. Burial - "Fostercare"
  8. Cooly G - "Weekend Fly"
  9. Zomby - "Tarantula"
  10. Martyn - "Mega Drive Generation"
  11. LV - "Turn Away" (feat Dandelion)
  12. Mala - "Level Nine"
  13. LD - "Shake It"
  14. Quarta330 - "Bleeps From Outer Space"
  15. Ikonika - "Sahara Michael"
  16. Joker & Ginz - "Stash"
  17. Kode9 - "9 Samurai"
  18. Burial - "Soth London Boroughs"
  19. Kode9 vs LD - "Bad"
  20. The Bug - "Money Honey" (feat Warrior Queen - remix)
  21. LV - "Globertrotting" (feat Erol Bellot)
  22. Burial - "Distant Lights"
  23. Kode9 & The Spaceape - "Ghost Town"
  24. Kode9 & The Spaceape - "Fukkaz"
  25. Samiyam - "Need You"
  26. Darkstar - "Need You"
  27. Zomby - "Spliff Dub" (Rustie remix)
  28. Ikonika - "Please"
  29. Zomby - "Kaliko"
  30. 2000F & J Kamata - "You Don't Know What Love Is"
  31. Joker - "Digidesighn"
  32. Kode9 - "9 Samurai" (Quarta330 remix)
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Burial
Burial (CD)
Cat: HDBCD 001. Rel: 02 Jun 06
Deep Dubstep
  1. Track 1
  2. Distant Lights
  3. Spaceape (feat Spaceape)
  4. Wounder
  5. Night Bus
  6. Southern Comfort
  7. U Hurt Me
  8. Gutted
  9. Forgive
  10. Broken Home
  11. Prayer
  12. Pirates
  13. Track 13
Review: This first album on Kode9's deeply-respected Hyperdub label comes from the mysterious Burial, who carves out a sound which sends the dormant slinky syncopations of UK garage, via radio interference, into a padded cell of cushioned, muffled bass, passing through clouds of Pole's dense crackle dub en route. 'Burial' - the album - explores a tangential, parallel dimension of the growing dubstep ouevre, using sounds set in a near-future South London submerged underwater. You can never tell if the crackle is the burning static off pirate radio transmissions, or the tropical downpour of the city outside, taking its loud-quiet aesthetic neither from the latest digital glitch software nor a mere nostalgia for vinyl's intrinsic physicality. In their sometimes suffocating melancholy, most of these tracks seem to yearn for drowned lovers, as haunted echoed voices breeze in and out, on roads to and from other times. The smouldering desire of 'Distant Lights' is cooled only by the percussive ice-sharp slicing of blades and jets of hot air blowing from the bass. Listen also for a fleeting appearance from Hyperdub's resident vocalist, the Spaceape, unravelling his cryptobiography. 'Burial' is a renegade signal from other frequencies, a tidal wave of seductive low-impact noise submerging all but the crispest syncopations, and is well on course to be universally welcomed as the standard-bearer for creative vision built upon the grime and dubstep blueprint.
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Played by: Gilles Peterson
 in stock $9.29
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Closer Apart
Cat: HDBCD 041. Rel: 13 Jul 18
Bass
  1. W U @ (2:00)
  2. Make U Blue (2:00)
  3. Why U In My Way (2:00)
  4. Zagga (2:00)
  5. Never Say Never (2:00)
  6. Never Thought (2:00)
  7. Blue Tigers (2:00)
  8. Time Machine (2:00)
  9. Tide (2:00)
  10. Kubona (2:00)
  11. Theletsa (2:00)
  12. Dun (2:00)
  13. Treasure Erasure (2:00)
 in stock $9.73
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Still Trippin'
Cat: HDBCD 039. Rel: 02 Mar 18
Footwork/Juke
  1. 2094
  2. Trippin'
  3. Need It (feat DJ Manny)
  4. Smokeout (Freat DJ Lucky)
  5. Same Sound (feat Odile Myrtil)
  6. 9090
  7. Anotha4 (feat DJ Manny)
  8. Bonefire (feat DJ Paypal)
  9. The Matrixx (feat DJ Manny)
  10. Get It Junkin' (feat Chuck Inglish)
  11. Pop Drop (feat DJ Paypal)
  12. Gimme Some Mo (feat Uniqu3)
  13. Truu (feat DJ Paypal)
  14. Closer
  15. I'm Trippin'
  16. I Dont Know (feat Fabi Reyna)
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Mnestic Pressure
Cat: HDBCD 037. Rel: 20 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Inta Centre
  2. Istian
  3. East Sedducke
  4. 23 Bay Flips
  5. Swerva
  6. Quadripoints
  7. You Hedonic
  8. UE8
  9. Locked In
  10. Ignition Lockoff
  11. A Tergo Real
  12. Ghost
  13. Deja Mode
Review: After three years away from the limelight, Lee Gamble has resurfaced not on original home PAN - where his skewed, intense, texture-laden club tracks and experimental soundscapes made him a darling of the left-of-centre techno set - but on Hyperdub. The move is reflective of the producer's shift in emphasis. You see, Mnestic Pressure is a notably different beast to its' predecessors. For starters, Gamble has chosen to focus more on non-linear rhythms, impressively breaking up the beats whilst retaining his trademark aural textures, crackling effects and densely layered signal noise. At the same time, his alternately restless and becalmed experiments come accompanied by more melodic flourishes, making the album an unusual but hugely enjoyable listening experience.
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 in stock $10.34
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Ultra
Ultra (CD)
Cat: HDBCD 033. Rel: 02 Sep 16
Bass
  1. Reflection (2:00)
  2. Burst (2:00)
  3. Fly 2 (with Banshee) (2:00)
  4. E.S.P. (2:00)
  5. I (2:00)
  6. Glass (2:00)
  7. Sweetz (with Burial) (2:00)
  8. Her (2:00)
  9. Quandary (with Darkstar) (2:00)
  10. Freeze (2:00)
  11. Yeti (2:00)
  12. S.D.Y.F (with Rezzett) (2:00)
  13. Thaw (2:00)
Review: Zomby returns to Hyperdub with his first album in three years, trailed in high profile fashion by the Burial collaboration "Sweetz." That particular tune is one of Ultra's headline attractions, alongside eyebrow-raising collaborations with Darkstar, Banshee and Rezzett. What really impresses, though, is the skewed, left-of-centre nature of the mask-wearing producer's heavy, post-grime rhythms, sparse but sparkling synth work, and the breathlessly cut-up R&B vocals dotted throughout the set. Interestingly, there are subtle nods towards new wave synth-pop, ghetto-tech, spacey ambient and alien IDM, making Ultra Zomby's most intriguing and consistently on-point album to date.
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 in stock $12.31
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Distractions
Cat: HDBCD 035. Rel: 02 Jun 17
Bass
  1. Girlfriend
  2. Noblest (feat Andrea Galaxy)
  3. Manual Decapitation
  4. Lear
  5. BGM
  6. 435
  7. Do I Watch It Like A Cricket Match?
  8. Sacrifice (feat Jammz)
  9. Love Games
  10. Lossy
  11. Not Actual Gameplay
  12. Not
  13. Hazefield (feat Sweyn J & Jessy Lanza)
Review: It's been a while since Ikonika dropped a full-length excursion. In fact, Distractions is her first album since 2013. It largely sticks to the bass-heavy fusion script she's been perfecting since making her debut on Hyperdub back in 2008. That means attractive and weighty R&B and hip-hop beats, aural ticks lifted from techno, the surging low-end movements that mark out British-made dance music, and occasional blasts of boogue-flavoured synth riffs. Pleasingly, the guest list of vocalists and collaborators includes MC Jammz, Andrea Galaxy, Jessy Lanza and Night Slugs' Sweyn Jupiter, all of who make fine contributions to enhance Ikonika's "futurist and industrial" approach.
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Diggin In The Carts: A Collection Of Pioneering Japanese Video Game Music
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Cat: HDBCD 038. Rel: 17 Nov 17
Soundtracks
  1. Konami Kukeiha Club - "Opening"
  2. Konami Kukeiha Club - "Mazed Music"
  3. Norio Nakagata - "Big Mode"
  4. Michiharu Hasuya - "Hidden Level"
  5. Konami Kukeiha Club - "A Planet Of Plants"
  6. Manabu Saito - "Telepathy"
  7. Konami Kukeiha Club - "Equipment"
  8. Konami Kukeiha Club - "BGM 3"
  9. Toshiya Yamanaka - "Visual Scene 1&2"
  10. Goblin Sound - "Opening"
  11. Tadahiro Nitta - "An-Un (Ominous Clouds)"
  12. Yuzo Koshiro - "Temple"
  13. Konami Kukeiha Club - "Road To Agartha"
  14. Hiroyuki Kawada - "King Erekiman"
  15. Katsuro Tajima - "Exercise"
  16. Goblin Sound - "Game Over"
  17. Konami Kukeiha Club - "Beyond The Terminus"
  18. Kazuko Umino - "Waltz Of Water & Bubbles"
  19. Hiroto Saito - "Main Stage BGM 1"
  20. Yasuhisa Watanabe - "Area 26-10"
  21. Hiroto Saito - "Site 3-1 (Torrid City)"
  22. Tadahiro Nitta - "Metal Area"
  23. Hiroto Saito - "Site 6-2"
  24. Masumi Itou - "Tactics 4"
  25. Goblin Sound - "My Phase (Stage 12/14)"
  26. Hiroaki Yoshida - "Kyoushin (Lunatic Forest)"
  27. Konami Kukeiha Club - "Underwater Dungeon"
  28. Technosoft - "Shooting Stars"
  29. Soshi Hosio - "Mister Diviner"
  30. Jun Ishikawa - "Main Theme"
  31. Kazuhiko Nagai - "Keel"
  32. Koichi Ishibashi - "Bad Data"
  33. Yasuaki Fujita - "What Is Your Birthday?"
  34. Kazuo Hanzawa - "Oblivious Past"
Review: Writer/director Nick Dwyer's Diggin in the Carts documentary series on Red Bull Music Academy has done much to chronicle the history and global influence of early Japanese video game music. Hyperdub head Kode9 was clearly a fan, as he's joined forces with Dwyer to put together this epic retrospective of "chip-era" compositions by Japanese electronic musicians. Game nerds are well catered for (details of which titles the various tracks are taken from are listed on the back cover), though you don't have to pine after early '80s consoles to enjoy the treats the duo has dug up. Naturally sparse and heavily synthesized, the majority of the tracks sound surprisingly good taken out of context (I.E without the games they were created for) and stand up to scrutiny almost 40 years after they were produced.
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 in stock $12.96
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