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Cat: FMB 007. Rel: 11 May 18
Deep House
  1. In Yer Face (Bicep remix) (7:48)
  2. In Yer Face (Bicep Acid dub) (6:31)
Review: For those of a certain age, the opening seconds of 808 State's 1991 rave anthem "In Yer Face" - a combination of memorable melody lines and loved-up chords - are still capable of setting the pulse racing. Bicep have taken on the task of updating Graham Massey and company's anthem for a new generation, serving up two fresh interpretations. Wisely, they emphasize the spine-tingling goodness of the Manchester outfit's chord progressions on their A-side remix, getting rougher, tougher and weightier as the track progresses. Their flipside acid dub - where electro-inspired breakbeats, heavy bass and floatation tank melodies are expertly combined with ragged TB-303 lines - recalls the similarly-minded thrills of DJ Parrot and Mark Brydon's 'Sunshine Dub' of DJ Mink's early Warp slammer "Hey! Hey! Can U Relate?".
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out of stock $8.55
Cat: FMB 001. Rel: 21 Sep 12
Deep House
  1. Vision Of Love
  2. Keep Keep
  3. Getcha Boi
Review: Bicep's ascent from a blog collective with obvious taste and passion for all forms of dance music into a fully fledged brand continues apace with the foundation of Feel My Bicep, a new label named in honour of their blog which promises to showcase their own growing production nous. Vision Of Love will probably go down as one of this year's most ubiquitous releases, given the advance clamour for its release and it's not hard to see why. Yes the three tracks here contain an obvious nod to the 90s New Jersey sound Bicep clearly adore, but there's a clear craft to their execution and the title track is massively infectious.
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Cat: FMB 002. Rel: 20 Nov 13
Deep House
  1. Satisfy
  2. Snack Bar
  3. The Final Trip
Review: Wind your memory reels back to September 2012 and Northern Irish pair Bicep unleashed Vision Of Love on their own newly established Feel My Bicep label. Since then Andrew Ferguson and Matthew McBriar's project has arguably become a brand, they've released music on Will Saul's Aus label, played more festivals than Arnie's pumped pounds of iron at the gym and inspired a whole new generation of production talent. Just over a year since that FMB debut, Ferguson and McBriar return with a second 12" which is all set to match the records set by Vision Of Love. Lead track "Satisfy" discards with the 90s house aesthetic in favour of a breakbeat lead groove that's a bit 80s freestyle and a bit Baltimore club, whilst "Snackbar" demonstrates Bicep are increasingly willing to take a tougher approach - as anyone whose seen their recent techno heavy sets will attest. Head to "The Final Trip" for a taste of that classic pairing of jackin' 909 and Juno 60 in full flight.
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out of stock $8.82
Satisfy (remixes) (limited heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: FMB 003. Rel: 22 Aug 14
Deep House
  1. Satisfy (Brassica mix)
  2. Satisfy (John Talabot Rain mix)
Review: Second time round for Bicep's 2013 single Satisfy, which sees the early Italian house influenced melodic rush of the breakbeat-clad original moulded into new shapes by Brassica and John Talabot. Pleasingly, both producers deliver radical reinterpretations, with Brassica in particular impressing with a fluid, dreamy take full of vintage synthesizers, humid low-end grooves and tropical textures. Talabot meanwhile builds a bright-eyed, atmospheric deep house groove out of analogue electronics, vintage synths, darting melodies and a sublime, shuffling rhythm. Major props to the Boys from Belfast, who've thought outside the box - certainly with the choice of Brassica - on this excellent remix package.
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out of stock $9.36
Dahlia (limited 12")
Cat: FMB 005. Rel: 18 May 18
Deep House
  1. Bicep & Hammer - "Dahlia" (7:51)
  2. Bicep - "Rays" (6:00)
  3. Bicep - "Seagulls" (5:43)
Review: Northern Irish duo Bicep has built their production career on blending, repackaging and reimagining classic house influences. It's little surprise, then, to find that this latest 12" does the same. Hammer collaboration "Dahlia" sets the tone, combining the bold pianos of vintage Italian house with the kind of dreamy pads and snappy drum machine rhythms that recall the Halcyon days of late '80s/early '80s Balearic house. There's more of a sweaty warehouse feel about "Rays" - all yelping female vocal cuts, booming garage bass and skipping beats - while "Seagulls" sits somewhere between the two tracks, offering both bottom-end bump and eyes-closed sweetness.
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Lyk Lyk (limited 12")
Cat: FMB 004. Rel: 25 Jan 18
Deep House
  1. Bicep - "Lyk Lyk" (7:05)
  2. Bicep - "Poly Pineapple" (5:58)
  3. Bicep & Hammer - "Icebowl" (4:59)
  4. Bicep & Hammer - "Day 3" (6:30)
Review: By their standards, 2014 has been a relatively quiet year for Belfast boys Bicep, with a remix 12" and the Circles EP on Aus Music their only releases of note. "Lyk Lyk" is, then, a welcome return to action. The title track is particularly sweaty and once again mines vintage rave influences, with fluid synths and cut-up vocals riding a classic late '80s/early '90s breakbeat groove. "Poly Pineapple" is a little deeper, with waves of wide-eyed synths crashing over a thumping house groove. On the flipside, the duo join forces with partner-in-blogging Hammer for a couple of cuts; the woozy, glacial, synth-heavy "Icebowl" and "Day 3", a stomping chunk of retro-futurist techno smothered in 808 State style synths. Balearic techno anyone?
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D Mil (Club & Dub) (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: FMBLAND 001. Rel: 20 Nov 14
Deep House
  1. D-Mil (club)
  2. D-Mil (dub)
Review: Here's a prospect to moisten even the driest of palettes: a studio hook-up between popular Belfast house revivalists Bicep and Aus Music regular Midland. The A-side is a typically bouncy affair, with a classic, one-note vocal stab and hazy deep house chords riding a skippy, Italian house influenced groove and colossal sub bassline. Unsurprisingly, the flipside Dub is a much sparser and percussive affair. Having dispatched with the vocal stabs, the trio emphasizes the bulging bassline, woozy chords and stargazing electronics. While it may lack some of the balls-out, tops-off appeal of the A-side, it more than makes up for that in terms of atmosphere and weightiness.
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Lovelee Dae (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: FMB 006. Rel: 18 May 18
Deep House
  1. Lovelee Dae (Bicep remix) (7:03)
  2. Lovelee Dae (Bicep dub) (7:05)
Review: Given their well discussed love of vintage U.S house and garage, it's little surprise to see Bicep taking on the potentially tricky task of remixing Blaze's 1996 New Jersey classic, "Lovelee Dae". Wisely, the Belfast boys have retained many of the original's sumptuous elements -sweeping strings, rich chords and summery vocal included - and expertly fused them with carnival-friendly drums and a deliciously tactile, Italian house style bassline. The fine vocal mix is accompanied by a similarly impressive Dub, where the duo makes merry with floating, delay-heavy vocal snippets, filters, and their own dense, party-rocking rhythm.
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Time Tunnel EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: FMB 009. Rel: 08 Dec 16
Deep House
  1. Time Tunnel (8:00)
  2. Wryders (7:31)
  3. Time Tunnel (The Sphinx edit) (8:05)
  4. Time Tunnel (Roy Of The Ravers remix) (3:51)
Review: Bicep has long been fans of Brassica's brand of hard-to-define electronic music, so it's little surprise to see him delivering the latest single on their revitalized Feel My Bicep imprint. He begins with the tactile, four-in-the-morning hypnotism of "Time Tunnel", where spaced out electronics and cyclical riffs ride an ultra-deep, locked-in groove, before doffing a cap to vintage Meat Beat Manifesto and early Orbital on the thrilling "Wryders". On the flip you'll find two interpretations of "Time Tunnel": a warm, hazy and slightly more loved up edit by The Sphinx, and a thrusting, high-octane acid-meets-psychedelic techno assault from Roy of the Ravers.
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Cat: FMB 012. Rel: 16 Nov 18
Deep House
  1. Retribution (6:14)
  2. Retribution (DeFeKT remix) (5:43)
  3. Retribution (Shanti Celeste Chill remix) (5:59)
out of stock $10.43
C Space (12")
Cat: FMB 011. Rel: 01 Mar 18
Deep House
  1. C-Space (6:47)
  2. Atlantic 252 (6:32)
  3. Inside Soul (6:09)
Review: We were somewhat surprised to learn that this is Rory "Hammer" Hamilton's first appearance on chums and sometime studio partners Bicep's consistently on-point label. He's not been shirking mind, having released fine EPs on Optimo Music and Loft Records, amongst others. Happily, C-Space is a fine homecoming, with the A-side title track - a thrillingly intergalactic chunk of saucer-eyed techno that sits somewhere between classic Motor City fare, Orbital and vintage Circulation and early '90s - ranking among Hamilton's best work to date. The deep space vibes continue on the flip via the rubbery electro-meets-intelligent techno flex of "Atlantic 252", while closer "Inside Soul" is a deeper and even more spacey chunk of emotive machine funk.
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Played by: Benjamin Fröhlich
out of stock $10.43
Visa EP (12")
Cat: FMB 008. Rel: 27 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Visa (7:27)
  2. Visa (Shinra remix) (6:26)
  3. Pinnk Slippz (7:35)
Review: The Bicep boys have really been pushing their Feel My Bicep label this year, putting out strong material at a furious rate. Their latest 12" comes from Eden Burns and Tomas Krammer's Sandboards project. While the duo recently contributed a track to an EP on Krystal Clear's Cold Tonic imprint, the Visa EP is their debut 12" proper. "Visa" is something of a gem, and peppers a snappy rhythm track with sun-bright melodies and synth lines reminiscent of Red Rackem's ubiquitous "Wonky Bassline Disco Banger". James Clarke dons the Shinra alias to deliver a superb remix that looks to electrofunk and classic IDM for inspiration, while flipside "Pink Slippz" sits somewhere between early trance, 1994 style intelligent techno, and mind-altering Italo-disco.
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out of stock $9.36
Signs (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: FMB 013. Rel: 19 Jul 19
Electro
  1. Signs (6:51)
  2. Arc (7:42)
  3. Arc (Benjamin Damage remix) (7:22)
  4. Signs (John Beltran Easy Summer mix) (7:01)
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Hail Falls (12")
Cat: FMB 010. Rel: 28 Apr 17
Deep House
  1. Hail Falls (7:19)
  2. Hail Falls (Dark Sky remix) (7:19)
  3. Hail Falls (Hammer remix) (7:02)
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