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Seven Lies (3xLP)
Cat: 2NDRPLP 001. Rel: 16 Apr 13
  1. Obsession
  2. Anchords (feat Shadowbox)
  3. Comos Los Cerdos
  4. Dam
  5. Arcana (Do I Need You)
  6. Lies (feat Shadowbox)
  7. Honey
  8. Arcana (Coda)
  9. Thank You
Review: We don't usually condone lying here at Juno, but when you tell seven of them across a beautiful nine track debut album, it's absolutely acceptable. Applaudable, even. Highlights across this deep, tightly woven bass adventure include the Portishead-style trippy dubtronica of "Comos Los Cerdos", the somnambulant drones and breathy washes of "Lies", the nagging techno loopery of "Dam" and the trembling graveyard soul of "Arcana".
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Cat: RS 1715. Rel: 11 Dec 17
  1. Broken Glass Arch (8:47)
  2. Showreel (part 2) (9:02)
  3. Showreel (part 1) (3:04)
Review: Broken soul doesn't get much sweeter than Djrum's mystic brew. Now being served by R&S, we can expect more of it in the near future, including a new album! It starts right here as "Broken Glass Arch" takes the lead with bewitching over-lapped layers, distorted, decaying chimes and strange warped effects and chants. "Showreel" brings everyone up to speed over a two part serenade as Felix Manuel brings us together under star-lit keys, skippy beats and a constantly evolving mood. Christmas has come early for Djrum fans.
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Seven Lies (reissue) (coloured vinyl 2xLP + LP) (1 per customer)
Cat: 2NDRPLP 001C. Rel: 13 Feb 19
  1. Obsession (7:09)
  2. Anchors (feat ShadowBox) (6:28)
  3. Como Los Cerdos (4:37)
  4. Dam (8:56)
  5. Arcana (Do I Need You) (8:09)
  6. Lies (feat ShadowBox) (5:41)
  7. Honey (5:01)
  8. Arcana (Coda) (1:18)
  9. Thankyou (6:55)
Review: Let's go back to 2013; the year when a young Felix Manuel released his debut album Seven Lies. It followed a string of successful broken beat/beat fusions followed by his sophomore album "Portrait With Firewood" that was received with critical acclaim. Six years later, Seven Lies enjoys a long-awaited repress and it still sounds just as warm, immersive and molten as did all those years ago. The voluptuous folds and rolls of "Dam", the pensive space and heavy atmospheric pressure of "Lies" and the beautiful euphoric fizz of the finale "Thankyou", the list of highlights go on. Grab this if it's not in your collection already.
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Cat: RS 1810. Rel: 17 Aug 18
  1. Unblocked (1:59)
  2. Waters Rising (6:20)
  3. Creature (part 1) (4:44)
  4. Creature (part 2) (5:42)
  5. Sex (8:31)
  6. Blue Violet (8:43)
  7. Sparrows (4:41)
  8. Showreel (part 3) (9:34)
  9. Blood In My Mouth (2:56)
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Dam (remixes) (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: 2NDRP 12030. Rel: 11 Mar 14
  1. Dam (Akkord remix)
  2. Dam (Felix K reinterpretation)
Review: After his Seven Lies LP cemented him as a producer with some forward-thinking ideas about bass music, Djrum is back on 2nd Drop with a pair of timely remixes that build on the original ideas within "Dam" with some satisfyingly modern results from distinct outfits. First up Manchester collective Akkord drop a bassy techno stalker that keeps plenty of space in the mix, equal parts serious and playful in its measured execution. Felix K meanwhile takes the less direct approach, amping up the reverb and lifting the roof off the track with a blissfully spaced out interpretation that demonstrates the great patience and poise the artist has.
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Plantain (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: SMGRS 01. Rel: 05 Mar 15
Drum And Bass
  1. Plantain (8:35)
  2. What I Was Doing When I Was Doing What I Was Doing (8:30)
Review: As Djrum, Londoner Felix Manuel has exclusively restricted his output to the 2nd Drop label - remember that immense debut album Seven Lies from 2013??? Absent from the shelves of record shops since April last year, Manuel resurfaces here with some much needed material, not for 2nd Drop but Geoff Presha's ever on point Samurai Red Seal endeavour. If you are a Felix fan this partnership makes perfect sense and hopefully we will see more Djrum music given the Samurai Red Seal! Premium beat science is evident on both cuts here, with the little graffiti can shakes on the epic 8 minute A side "Plantain" a nice touch. Hit the superbly titled flip "What I Was Doing When I Was Doing What I Was Doing" for a more abstract, dank basement affair.
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Mountains EP Part 1 (red vinyl 12")
Cat: 2NDRP 12013. Rel: 06 Jun 17
  1. Undercoat (7:55)
  2. Mountain (part 1) (6:34)
Review: Six years later and this still knocks socks, hats, shirts and any other items of clothing off, Djrum's "Mountains" series has been sought after on vinyl since its first press sold out in 2011. This is where it all began; sludgy, slo-mo textures and ambient heaviness of "Undercoat" and the rolling house/garage/bass fusion of the first part of the eight-minute opus "Mountains" a track that changed many people's lives and perceptions forever. Especially Djrum's.
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Mountains EP Part 2 (blue vinyl 12")
Cat: 2NDRP 12014. Rel: 06 Jun 17
  1. Mountains (part 2 & 3) (6:36)
  2. Turiya (7:00)
Review: The all-essential second "Mountains" platter from Djrum's time-defining 2011 bass soul fusion couplet; these amalgamated second and third parts retain all the cinematic, introspective magic Djrum continues to explore, develop and subvert to this day. An absolute head-bending odyssey, it's countered by the dusty jazz mysticism and space aged two-step slaps of "Turiya". Essential.
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Cat: 2NDRP 12032. Rel: 08 Jun 16
  1. Forgetting (5:38)
  2. Projection (3:15)
  3. Induction (8:50)
  4. Forgetting Coda (1:39)
Review: After an undeniably noticeable period of inactivity on the production front, Felix Manuel resurfaced in surprising fashion earlier this year with a killer split 12" with the unknown Struction on the Zenker Brothers-run Ilian Tape. It seems like this was the signal for plenty more from Djrum as he now returns to a more familiar home in 2nd Drop for the first in a trilogy of 12" releases. The four-track Forgetting EP is set to be followed by the LA EP and Space Race EP in the ensuing months and see Manuel move confidently across downtempo melancholy and peppy D&B-esque workouts to everything inbetween. The four tracks here set the bar high for the series, with the title cut finding Djrum trying his hand at instrumental grime - fans of Mr Mitch's 2014 LP will like this - whilst the emotive "Projection" and closer "Forgetting Coda" both offer the producer a chance to show off his years of experience playing jazz piano. Inbetween "Induction" rolls on a oh-so intricate 160bpm patter and is a highlight of a superb 12".
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LA EP (12")
Cat: 2NDRP 12033. Rel: 05 Jul 16
  1. LA (6:40)
  2. Abandon Me (7:10)
Review: Powerful, forward-thinking bass jams from 2nd Drop mainstay Djrum. "LA" drags its feet with a cool 120 drawl, all hazy, smoky but with a bassline and hook that gradually builds to overwhelming levels. Meanwhile on the B, "Abandon Me" sounds like a love child of LFO and TMSV, all spacey with sinewy synthetics, a few well-placed pitched up vocals and drums that roll so lavishly they whip you up in the momentum. Bottoms up.
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Cat: 2NDRP 12027V. Rel: 08 Apr 14
  1. The Miracle (part 1)
  2. The Miracle (part 2)
Review: Oh hello, some fresh Djrum material from Felix Manuel on 2nd Drop here and it's the first of two separate 12"s from the producer released this week. Essentially Manuel's first original music since last year's debut album Seven Lies, 2nd Drop are presenting The Miracle and Ode collectively as a third Djrum "suite" for the label following the previously issued Mountains and Watermark 12"s. The Miracle reminds you just how ambitious Manuel can be as a producer with the fifteen minute track spreading it's wings across both sides of the vinyl and moving gracefully between DJ Krush style hip hop and intricate drum and bass programming.
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Ode (12")
Cat: 2NDRP 12028V. Rel: 08 Apr 14
  1. Ode
  2. Tailing
Review: This two track 12" is the second and final part of Djrum's third suite for 2nd Drop and nicely complements the fifteen minute journey through luscious, sweeping cinematic arrangements that is The Miracle, showing off yet more of Felix Manuel's diverse production palette. Though grounded in hip hop, lead track "Ode" could easily be adopted by the footwork fraternity, given the demented beat that drives proceedings forth, yet it's slightly overshadowed by the B Side. Manuel's love for hardcore basslines and samples shines through on Tailing, which 2nd Drop describe quite aptly as a thumping techno beast.
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Cat: 2NDRP 12034. Rel: 10 Aug 16
  1. Space Race (parts 1 & 2) (6:16)
  2. Sometimes I Share (Space Race) (part 3) (7:40)
Review: Felix Manuel enters the Space Race and closes out his fine trilogy of 12" releases for the 2nd Drop label. There have been moments on the two previous records where Manuel is offering some insight into his more contemplative side, but this final installment hones in on the upper register of the Djrum sound. "Space Race Pts 1&2" shows just what an intelligent producer he is, veering wildly up the BPM scale from around 128bpm up to the drum and bass strata into celestial rolling territory. Wonderful stuff! Complementing this, "Sometimes I Share" is a fine way to end the trilogy, remaining in junglist territory and ripping through several different moods within the space of its eight minute duration.
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Struktur (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ITX 07. Rel: 17 Jan 19
  1. Djrum - "Untitled 9" (10:07)
  2. Struction - "Don't Blame" (6:25)
  3. Struction - "Strukture" (4:58)
Review: With this release, the Zenker Brothers' Ilian Tape label has delivered something of a curveball. It sees experimental D&B producer and all round bass head Djrum join the party, sharing space with unknown quantity Struction. Djrum begins with broken techno gem "Untitled 9", cutting up sweaty broken beats, heavy basslines and deep techno electronics. On the flip, we are treated to the sounds of Struction, combining punchy breakbeats with ambient-influenced electronics on the rolling "Don't Blame", before moving further towards beat-less, end-of-night territory with the acid-flecked trip that is "Struktur".
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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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