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Worlds EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: DBRV 016PR. Rel: 29 Oct 12
Deep House
  1. Landing
  2. Dawn
  3. Solaris
  4. Signals
Review: Oakland's Aybee remains one of the true unsung heroes of contemporary US house despite a stellar discography that revolves mostly around output on his own Deepblak label as well as numerous appearances on the likes of Underground Quality, Prescription and Further. Having decamped to the latter Seattle operation for his second LP, Aybee will return to Deepblak next month with his third long player Worlds, with three tracks featured here on this hand-stamped white label promo along with a bonus exclusive cut. Worlds will find Aybee is in fine fettle if this 12" is any indicator, with "Landing" setting a glacial, astral tone whose intricate rhythms are matched but never rehashed in the subsequent productions. "Solaris" is particularly worthy of your attention, expertly mutating from shifty sci-fi techno into full blown tech-step paranoia.
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Worlds (CD)
Cat: DBRCD 003. Rel: 29 Apr 13
Deep House
  1. The Portal
  2. VGR
  3. Rays
  4. Dawn
  5. Landing
  6. Moon's Whisper
  7. Solaris
  8. What is
  9. Ascending
out of stock $17.30
Worlds (2xLP)
Cat: DBRV 016LP. Rel: 13 May 13
Bass
  1. The Portal
  2. VGR
  3. Rays
  4. Dawn
  5. Landing
  6. Moon's Whisper
  7. Solaris
  8. What Is
  9. Ascending
Review: With his many achievements in the field of true, critical deep house, Aybee has no need to remind anyone just what kind of imagination he has when it comes to crafting music, but he does just that on his latest LP Worlds. Just look to a track like "Landing", which shudders on some alien groove that's part jungle, part broken beat, and all sci-fi. Likewise "Moon's Whisper" plots an unknown course through galaxies of pads, and "What Is" equally revels in a cluster of starry chimes and tones. This is without a doubt an album of cosmic magnitude, carrying the futuristic torch that was passed on from the true techno fundamentalists and taking it somewhere fresh.
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Cat: DBRV 012. Rel: 15 Mar 12
Deep House
  1. No Fiction
  2. Ether
  3. Kommands
Review: Deepblak come in from the stark, cold silence with their first transmission of 2012, the suitably titled Astral Metronome EP from label boss Aybee. Those familiar with the label will feel immediately at home amidst the expansive, smudged out sub frequencies of lead track "No Fiction" which soon becomes dominated by the rigid, snapping rhyhtms and a echoed out textural quality that is eerily akin to rust filled water dripping down your spine. Alongside it, "Ether" scratches granular dub techno abrasions into the gloopy bottom end whose viscous form threatens to offset the swing brought by the mechanical skip of drums. This 12" is added further singularity by the monolithic slab of low frequency analogue fudge that is "Kommands", which can only be described as sounding like Aybee mapping out a dystopian nightmare on a musical mainframe that gleefully disregards notions of genre.
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Worlds: Special Edition Version (yellow vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: DBRV 016LPCV. Rel: 13 May 13
Bass
  1. The Portal
  2. VGR
  3. Rays
  4. Dawn
  5. Landing
  6. Moon's Whisper
  7. Solaris
  8. What Is
  9. Ascending
out of stock $27.04
Cat: DBRV 019. Rel: 28 Mar 14
Deep House
  1. A Novel Gesture
  2. We Come In Peace
  3. Akiara
Review: Always committed to bringing interesting rhythms to bear on the world of house and techno, Aybee is back on his home turf with a fresh salvo of off-kilter drums and otherworldly synth tones that further his quest into pastures new for time-honoured dance music. "A Novel Gesture" rumbles with gritty kicks and stalking dub techno chords, and yet still manages to sound nimble on its feet. "We Come In Peace" is more purposefully floaty, swirling as it does around a central pad that takes on a three dimensional shape through some clever sound design, with just a gentle house beat underneath to keep it moving. "Akiara" is a devout bliss-out track not least in its delayed and filtered pulses pitched perfectly for heavy-lidded transcendence.
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Cat: DBR 004. Rel: 20 Nov 06
Deep House
  1. Misha's Matrix
  2. Filt (Galactik Retrofit mix)
Review: A slab of deep galactic house with dancefloor tactics from Aybee.
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Cat: DBR 003. Rel: 10 Sep 05
Deep House
  1. Revolution Of 1
  2. Santa Monica In 6
  3. Movement
  4. Broken Dreamz
out of stock $9.73
Cat: SOSR 015. Rel: 20 Nov 14
Deep House
  1. Wind Walkers
  2. The Pursuit
  3. Rahk
Review: Following recent outings on Sounds of the Universe, Deep Explorer and his own Deepblak imprint, Amon Bazile brings his brand of intergalactic deep house to Japan's Sound of Speed label. Happily, he's in fine form from the word go, with opener "Wind Walkers" layering spacey chords and bubbling melodies over an undulating, Motor City-influenced groove. "The Pursuit" is more cinematic and widescreen in approach, with drifting chords and disembodied vocal samples ushering in a yearning, analogue-sounding vision of deep house. Finally "Rahk" impresses with its combination of cheery keys, positive chords and loose, off-kilter house rhythms. Impressive stuff, all told.
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Cat: DBRV 023. Rel: 08 Dec 14
Techno
  1. Metamorphosis
  2. The Sky Is Ours
  3. Centrifical Seduction
Review: On an unstoppable march into the deepest reaches of forward thinking electronic music, Aybee delivers once again with another slab of stunning vision on his own Deepblak. "Metamorphosis" starts the EP off in illustrious fashion with graceful sweeps of pads that flirt with a subtle kinked beat, and little else. "The Sky Is Ours" meanwhile revolves around a more stout 4/4 beat than we're used to from the Oakland producer, but still the extra percussive decoration pushes and pulls in alien formations that create a truly unique groove. "Centrifical Seduction" gets a touch more playful, as a nippy bassline darts around sombre synth notes and a stout handclap guides you through. Beats wise it may be more grounded than many Aybee records, but the feeling is still truly out of this world.
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Cat: DBRCD 004. Rel: 01 Feb 17
Techno
  1. Embryo
  2. Down The Rabbit Hole
  3. Ark
  4. Man Over Machine
  5. The Professor
  6. Island In The Sky
  7. Push Pull
  8. Asteroid Lust
  9. Build Them
  10. A New Door (Suite For Marie)
Review: While Armon "Aybee" Bazile is renowned for the consistently high quality of his 12" singles, he often saves his more interesting material for full-length outings. It's perhaps unsurprising, then, that his latest album - his fourth in total - is packed full of evocative, left-of-centre fare. While The Odyssey does contain a number of straight-up techno cuts - see "Down By The Rabbit Hole", the Drexciya-ish "The Professor", and wonderfully deep and spacey "Island In The Sky" - it also boasts a number of intriguing diversions. Check, in particular, the cloudy ambience of sublime opener "Embryo", the IDM-goes-jazz brilliance of "Asteroid Lust", and the trippy, slightly foreboding electronic epic that is "Man and Machine".
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The Odyssey (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: DBRV 030LP. Rel: 25 Jan 17
Techno
  1. Embryo (1:02)
  2. Down The Rabbit Hole (6:20)
  3. Ark (4:05)
  4. Man Over Machine (9:51)
  5. The Professor (3:34)
  6. Island In The Sky (3:53)
  7. Push Pull (5:04)
  8. Asteroid Lust (3:56)
  9. Build Them (6:48)
  10. A New Door (Suite For Marie) (1:59)
Review: While Armon "Aybee" Bazile is renowned for the consistent high quality of his 12" singles, he often saves his more interesting material for full-length outings. It's perhaps unsurprising, then, that his latest album - his fourth in total - is packed full of evocative, left-of-centre fare. While The Odyssey does contain a number of straight-up techno cuts - see "Down By The Rabbit Hole", the Drexciya-ish "The Professor", and wonderfully deep and spacey "Island In The Sky" - it also boasts a number of intriguing diversions. Check, in particular, the cloudy ambience of sublime opener "Embryo", the IDM-goes-jazz brilliance of "Asteroid Lust", and the trippy, slightly foreboding electronic epic that is "Man and Machine".
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Future Reference (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DBR V033. Rel: 28 Jan 19
Deep House
  1. Afro Galaga (5:52)
  2. Escaped Drum (4:42)
  3. Chief Sun Moon (6:12)
Review: Deepblak maestro Aybee is back in action on his home turf with a finely crafted selection of future-minded variations on the techno template, where rhythms shift and a cosmic sense of exploration reign supreme. "Afro Galaga" surges with a Motor City-informed pulse, but there's some signature Aybee looseness in the programming. "Escaped Drum" pushes this notion further out into broken beat territory without losing that urgent upthrust, before "Chief Sun Moon" swerves into deeper territory with a motif that wouldn't sound out of place on Livity Sound or a similar UK-rooted label.
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Cat: FV 004. Rel: 05 Oct 06
 
Deep House
Review: Aybee returns with a tribute to Ozzie Davis. With a life long commitment to the arts and the civil rights struggle, Ozzie Davis, along with actress wife Ruby Dee, have been a beacon of light to ensuing generations of black artists. Always remembered for his presence, and dignity, Davis had the unfortunate job of providing the eulogy for Dr Martin Luther King and Malcolm X. With this jam Aybee hopes to give respect, and eulogy to a spirit who's commitment to struggle serves as continual inspiration. Laced with and powerful foot and ethereal chords, Aybee paints a lifetime as he sees it. Laying down a robust 4/4 groove that commands the soul to move.
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Nexus (12")
Cat: RDV 02. Rel: 25 Sep 17
Deep House
  1. In The (6:03)
  2. The Scroll (6:15)
  3. Veger (8:52)
Review: While Amon "Aybee" Bazile rarely puts a foot wrong, there was arguably a time when his releases were a little too frequent to register with buyers. Thankfully, he's simmered down in recent years, seemingly content to just release the cream of his studio productions. Certainly, Nexus shows the producer at the top of his game. Check the deep and spacey hypnotism of "The Scroll", where dreamy chord progressions seemingly float around an analogue rich deep house groove, and the broken techno headiness of "Veger". Both bubble along at a house tempo, but draw huge influence from Motor City futurism. Perhaps best of all, though, is opener "In The", a rolling, bongo-laden saunter into life-affirming outer-space deep house blessed with a rich and warming bassline.
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The Heart Of The Sun (1-sided orange vinyl 12")
Cat: DBRV 028. Rel: 23 Aug 16
Deep House
  1. The Heart Of The Sun (10:50)
Review: Oakland's finest is back. Aybee returns on his always reliable Deepblak imprint to give us another dose of the real proper deep stuff! Just one side on this release from the man now in Berlin, but it's quality not quantity we say. "The Heart Of The Sun" is a raw and tunnelling cut with eerie synth melodies, a killer bassline and dark analogue drums giving this track its momentum and its edge! A fine taste of a long-mooted new Aybee album due on Deepblak in the coming months.
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Man Over Machine (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: DBRV 029. Rel: 17 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Man Over Machine (9:51)
  2. Build Them (Aybee Solstice mix) (6:02)
  3. Legacy (5:03)
  4. Melted Chains (1:35)
Review: Armon 'Aybee' Bazile is undoubtedly one of electronic music's most consistent performers. He's barely put a foot wrong since making his debut in 2004, and continues to deliver high-grade material on a regular basis. Predictably, there's plenty to get excited about on this 12", too. "Man Over Machine" is a winding, constantly building gem, with rising and falling, spaced out melody loops riding an off-kilter techno rhythm. On the flip, you'll find the deep space chord progressions, delay-laden electronics and deep tech-house grooves of "Build Them (Solstice Mix)", the intricate pianos solos and Soichi Terada style deep house vibes of "Legacy", and the off-kilter deep house/IDM fusion of "Melted Chains".
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Deepblak'd (12")
Cat: PRI 001. Rel: 26 May 04
 
Funky/Club House
  1. Deepblak'd
  2. You In Love
out of stock $8.65
Cat: BRK 010. Rel: 29 Apr 15
Deep House
  1. Strange Visitors (10:13)
  2. Motion Of Attraction (7:40)
  3. The Sacred Smoke (5:53)
Review: As Burek correctly note on their press release for this latest 12", we have become accustomed to expecting the unexpected from Deepblak man Aybee but still this collection of productions as The Bazile Republic is something special. Strange Visitor is the first of several planned releases themed around the story of a strange island, a celestial visitor, and mysterious doctor, and it will be interesting to see how Aybee develops this narrative. With just the three tracks to focus on for now, it's best to judge The Bazile Republic on it's musical merits and Aybee is on inspired form as ever. Few can match him when it comes to bending house music into compelling new shapes and "The Sacred Smoke" is a quite wonderful highlight.
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out of stock $10.01
Cat: DBRV 022. Rel: 28 Jul 14
Techno
  1. Deep East Suite Part 01 (The Call)
  2. Deep East Suite Part 02 (Response)
  3. Deep East Suite Part 03 (Sunward)
  4. K-Fetisch 1 (Kosmo Bahn)
  5. K-Fetisch 2 (Vibes)
  6. Knew-Whats Coming (Sculpture)
Review: With the spirit of Miles Davis as their guide and an ever-faithful commitment to futuristic advancements in electronic music, Aybee and Afrikan Sciences present an album that brings together three years worth of improvisational studio jams and it's sure to set alight the minds of all cosmic voyagers out there. The three-part "Deep East Suite" starts in a manic mood before diverging into deep meditative ruminations, while "K-Fetisch 1" takes you on a more snaking and nerve-tingling journey. With many different twists and turns it's not a record for the casual listener, but anyone that digs the breaking down of conventional barriers will find a whole lot of worth in time spent travelling with this pair of astronauts.
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  1. Aybee - "Ghetto Sunrise"
  2. Boogie Delites - "Journey"
  3. Trinidadian Deep - "My True Love"
out of stock $8.65
Cat: AER 04. Rel: 20 Jul 11
Deep House
  1. Aybee - "A Glance"
  2. Aybee - "Isis"
  3. Miles Sagnia - "Journey 2 Forever"
  4. Miles Sagnia - "Journey 2 Forever" (Visual Foci reprise)
Review: Aybee is one of those rare few that has managed to conquer a range of styles within his work from soul, techno, house and hip-hop under his many monikers. This time we see the artist team up with Miles Sagnia for two cuts each on the Eternal Radiance EP on Sagnia's Atmospheric Existence imprint. First, Aybee serves up "A Glance" which oozes with classic US house charm. Acoustic piano chords and are layered on top of a chugging bassline and electronic melody, tightly produced and melting in its warmth. "Isis" gets heavier with a more underground vibe of crashing echoes and tinny drum arrangements. Up next, Sagnia's "Journey 2 Forever" fuses multi-tracked choral chants, the impeccable sound of the Hammond and a rapid techy groove. His Visual Foci Reprise of "Journey 2 Forever" ditches the chants, instead opting for a sensual male vocal.
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Vertigo (12" coloured vinyl in individually painted sleeve)
Cat: FUR 0045LTDCOLORED. Rel: 06 Dec 10
Deep House
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
out of stock $11.89
  1. Jaydan & Escape - "Track 1"
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
  4. Track 4
  5. Track 5
  6. Track 6
  7. Track 7
  8. Track 8
  9. Track 9
  10. Track 10
  11. Track 11
  12. Track 12
  13. Track 13
  14. Track 14
  15. DJ Alpha - "Track 15"
  16. Track 16
  17. Track 17
  18. Track 18
  19. Track 19
  20. Track 20
  21. Track 21
  22. Track 22
  23. Track 23
  24. Track 24
  25. Track 25
  26. CKB - "Track 26"
  27. Track 27
  28. Track 28
  29. Track 29
  30. Track 30
  31. Track 31
  32. Track 32
  33. Track 33
  34. Track 34
  35. Track 35
  36. Track 36
  37. Track 37
  38. Track 38
  39. Track 39
  40. Subdue & Aybee - "Track 40"
  41. Track 41
  42. Track 42
  43. Track 43
  44. Track 44
  45. Track 45
  46. Track 46
  47. Track 47
  48. Track 48
  49. Track 49
  50. Track 50
  51. Track 51
  52. Track 52
  53. Track 53
  54. Track 54
  55. Sparks & James Dixon - "Track 55"
  56. Track 56
  57. Track 57
  58. Track 58
  59. Track 59
  60. Track 60
  61. Track 61
  62. Track 62
  63. Track 63
  64. Track 64
  65. Track 65
  66. Track 66
  67. Track 67
  68. Track 68
  69. Track 69
  70. Track 70
  71. Chris Warr & Callum B - "Track 71"
  72. Track 72
  73. Track 73
  74. Track 74
  75. Track 75
  76. Track 76
  77. Track 77
  78. Track 78
  79. Track 79
  80. Track 80
  81. Nic Philips - "Track 81"
  82. Track 82
  83. Track 83
  84. Track 84
  85. Track 85
  86. Track 86
  87. Track 87
  88. Track 88
  89. Track 89
  90. Track 90
  91. Track 91
  92. Track 92
  93. Track 93
  94. Mista Smoove, Viper & Dom DJ - "Track 94"
  95. Track 95
  96. Track 96
  97. Track 97
  98. Track 98
  99. Track 99
  100. Track 100
  101. Track 101
  102. Track 102
  103. Track 103
  104. Track 104
  105. Track 105
  106. Track 106
  107. Track 107
  108. Track 108
  109. Track 109
  110. Track 110
  111. Track 111
out of stock $15.14
Cat: ETV 004. Rel: 03 Sep 13
Deep House
  1. October - "Galactic Dawn"
  2. Aybee - "ATCG"
  3. Adam Lundberg - "Remember"
  4. Dakini9 - "Daemon"
Review: Previous instalments of Soul People's Earth Tones series have featured the likes of Move D, Fred P and Joey Anderson, and the lineup on this fourth outing more than maintains these standards. October, Aybee, Adam Lundberg and Dakini 9 all feature and contribute house and techno of the deep and sensuous variety. Bristol don October's "Galactic Dawn" is a typically deep piece of cosmically-tinged house with synths wrung out like blankets soaked in space dust, while Aybee's "ATCG" is a classic piece of chord-driven house whose melodic elements are submerged beneath a deep layer of murky atmospherics. Adam Lundberg's "Remember" places breathy vocals over a dubby, brushed groove filled with sub-aquatic sounds, and Dakini9's "Daemon" hits the perfect mid-point between driving techno and a dreamy melodic sensibility.
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Cat: FUR 039. Rel: 13 Sep 11
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Beat Datazz
  2. Overcome
  3. Bunny Rabbitz
  4. Find It Funny
  5. Refuge (feat Malena Perez)
  6. Through Surrenders Door
  7. Moonstalk
out of stock $12.71
Cat: DBRV 024. Rel: 17 Mar 16
Techno
  1. Book 01 (10:09)
  2. Book 02 (5:27)
  3. Book 03 (5:15)
Review: Oakland's Aybee revisits his old alias Orion 70 for the next release on his always impressive Deepblak imprint. "Book 01" is dark and brooding acid techno with a gritty 303 arpeggio, hissing vintage drum machines and eerie pads that can only be described as vampire techno! Equally suited to creatures of the night is "Book 02" however this one shows more restraint and sees Aybee take on some dark and cinematic industrial soundscapes for a change and to convincing effect; another side to this producer yet! Finally on the flip there's "Book 03" which is definitely the most straight-ahead sounding track on here; a tough and adrenalised reduced techno cut with infectious repetitions that will satisfy cerebrally as it will physically on the dancefloor.
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out of stock $11.36
Cat: DEEPEXPLORER 031. Rel: 14 Apr 14
Deep House
  1. Orion 70 - "The Little King"
  2. Aybee - "In Every Way Feat Omega"
  3. Dozie - "Sensuality"
  4. Orion 70 - "Technoir"
Review: Dubbyman's Deep Explorer label eases into their 31st release with Sounds From The Void a celebration of the production palette of Deepblak founding father Armon Bazile. All four tracks here are pulled from the Deepblak digital archives, with a pair of Orion 70 productions complemented by an Aybee cut and refix of Dozie. First up is the rattling, broken flex of "The Little King", an Orion 70 production from 2007 that's been pressed on vinyl for the first time and sounds just as fresh! "In Every Way" presents Aybee at his most soulful, with a restrained production that gives Omega's vocal the centre stage it deserves. A similar mood pervades Aybee's Midnight Creep refix of Dozie's "Superstar" whilst the taut and punchy "Technoir" from Orion 70 rounds out proceedings in a steadfastly futuristic vein.
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SAT (2xLP)
Cat: IRC 125. Rel: 26 Nov 14
Deep House
  1. The Rig
  2. Feral
  3. Papa Smurf
  4. The Gate
  5. Fallout
  6. Rhythm Of The Universe (SAT revision)
  7. She Was
  8. FishFarmDisco
Review: S.A.T. is the new production unit formed of Jerome Sydenham, AYBEE and Ron Trent, three individuals whose respective discographies command instant respect. What apparently started as a simple dinner one night has grown into a full album between the three who evidently struck on a studio chemistry that warrants further material on the strength of this eight track album. Issued by Sydenham's Ibadan label, SAT lives up to the sales notes billing as "loose and organic" and cuts like "The Gate" and "She Was" have that timeless quality one expects from a project Ron Trent is involved in. It all feels remarkably cohesive despite the fact the trio completed the album in under three weeks.
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