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Dust March (12")
Cat: HES 021. Rel: 19 Jun 12
Bass
  1. Dust March
  2. Rise 'Em
  3. Metzger
  4. Dog Sweater
Review: Hessle Audio's emergence from hibernation in 2012 really has seen the label release some of the most extraordinary music of its life, and this EP from Bandshell might top the lot. Tapping into the grainy, murky sound world of the like of STL, Shed and Actress, this record explores strange rhythms constantly on the verge of breaking out into a frenzy. The title track is comprised of little more than rattling percussion and dense, fizzy bass, while "Rise 'Em" places a jungle breakbeat atop a mucky hum. On the flip, "Metzger" takes the vibe of classic dubstep and fills it with subtle melodies and clipped snares, but "Dog Sweater" is the real killer - a homage to soundsystem culture whose threadbare rhythms are the only thing to stop you being dragged into the track's viscous centre. Make no mistake, this is a serious new talent.
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Marius EP (12")
Cat: HES 030. Rel: 22 Jun 17
Techno
  1. Marius (5:08)
  2. Off Court (5:21)
  3. Nosema (5:44)
  4. Don't (3:32)
Review: Hot on the heels of his Cold outing earlier this month, Bristol bewitcher Batu makes his debut on Hessle and marks their first release of their 10th year of business. Timing is everything... "Marius" ripples with an insistent broken drum pattern that's coded with latent funk and dubspace while "Of Court" creates even more room between the drums while maintaining the techno pressure. "Noseme" flips for a more subaquatic session where the beats adopt a more relentless rolling formation while the groove develops more of a dubby sensation. Finally "Don't" brings us back up the surface with a soft beatless thrust. Play safely.
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Fram (12")
Cat: HES 013. Rel: 01 Apr 14
Bass
  1. Fram
  2. Iddy
Review: ** REPRESS **Hessle Audio drop two tracks from the mysterious Blawan. Rumours are hinting that this could be a moniker for another producer but for the time being, but for now we'll have to settle for playing the guessing game. We wouldn't be surprised if this was a big name producer, with the title track wonderfully twisting cold, post-garage drums into jungalist syncopations. "Iddy" on the b-side, throws up an entirely different style of percussion - pointed metal on hollow toms gives the track a disjointed but totally danceable feel.

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Sonder Somatic (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HESLP 004. Rel: 08 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Elo (6:24)
  2. Meek (6:39)
  3. Cacao (4:30)
  4. Ore (4:25)
  5. Baychimo (6:07)
  6. What (5:42)
  7. Patience St Pim (3:22)
  8. Torn (3:53)
  9. Aeon (5:48)
  10. Serotonin Levels Low (4:42)
  11. It'll Pass (4:47)
Review: Throughout his four year recording career, Larry "Bruce" McCarthy has managed to carve out a sonic space all of his own - one that mangles dystopian analogue techno, post-dubstep grooves, Young Echo style soundscapes, trippy electro and dub-wise sounds into thrilling new audio shapes. This unique musical mixture is the key to the success of debut album "Sonder Somatic", which cannily emphasizes the intoxicating, otherworldly side of McCarthy's output. Although there are a few dancefloor-focussed workouts on show - see the deep creep of "Baychimo", percussively punchy "What" and rugged "Cacao" - the majority of the album is more atmospheric and unusual, with clear nods towards fellow Bristol residents Young Echo, vintage IDM and the dub-fired electronica of Jay Glass Dubs.
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Cat: HESCD 004. Rel: 25 Oct 18
Techno
  1. Elo
  2. Cacao
  3. Ore
  4. Meek
  5. Torn
  6. What
  7. Baychimo
  8. Patience St Pim
  9. It'll Pass
  10. Aeon
  11. Serotonin Levels Low
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Cat: HES 027. Rel: 23 Oct 14
Bass
  1. Not Stochastic
  2. Trip
  3. My Legs Wouldn''t Go Quick Enough
Review: After a stellar debut on Livity Sound's Dnuos Ytivil sub label, man like Bruce adds Hessle Audio to his prospering profile with the Not Stochastic 12". Representing the crucial UK label's first release of 2014, the standard of productions on show from Bruce demonstrates Hessle Audio's quality over quantity approach continues to pay dividends. The triplet also demonstrate Bruce has quite a few strings to his production bow, with the general vibe differing from the weighty swung techno of that excellent Dnuos Ytivil record. From the off, Bruce exudes a trippy style of sonics that bring to mind the work of Dynamo Dreesen or SVN.
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What (hand-stamped 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: WHAT 12. Rel: 04 Oct 18
Techno
  1. What (5:43)
  2. AEon (5:47)
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Inkjet (12")
Cat: HES 031. Rel: 21 Sep 17
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Inkjet (8:17)
  2. Fluo (8:25)
Review: Ah yes, it was about time that Beatrice Dillon and Call Super got into the studio together and, quite frankly, there would be no better place to house the results that London's game-defining Hessle Audio. Both artists have been close associates of the label for some time, and this collaboration feels exactly where the imprint should be at the moment - meandering effortlessly between the more experimental side of techno, and molecular shade of bass music. "Inkjet", the A-side swelter, oozes spewing beats from all corners of its glitchy, almost minimalistic framework of grey-scaled melodies and fiery, FX-laden atmposherics. On the fip, "Fluo" is a different form of construction altogether, laying the groundwork for what could become a fruitful relationship between free jazz and UK bass, where a steady 4/4 groove is brought to life by curious harmonic blends and sporadic changes of tempo. Yes to the Hessle crew!
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Played by: Ney Faustini
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Slope (12")
Cat: HES 025. Rel: 15 Oct 13
Bass
  1. Slope
  2. Maximum Busy Muscle
Review: All has been quiet on the release front at Hessle HQ since the outstanding WMD that was Raw Code by Pev & Kowton was issued earlier this year. Such was the magnificence of "Raw Code", Hessle Audio could feasibly not release another record this year and you'd say it was a triumphant 12 months. However, Ben UFO, Pangaea and Pearson Sound clearly have other plans with the overdue return of Joe the first of two releases from Hessle in the next few months. The publicity shy producer's prior material for Hessle and Hemlock remain some of the multi-faceted bass scene's most distinctive music to date, taking influence from jazz and broken beat as much as it does from the grime and jungle being recomposed by his Hessle pals. Two tracks deep, HES025 features the emotive yet abstract house of "Slope" and "Maximum Busy Muscle", which combines ramshackle drums held together with stray horn samples and masking tape.
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Transition 2 (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: HES 034. Rel: 10 May 18
Techno
  1. Transition 2 (7:22)
  2. Systems Align (6:49)
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Inna Daze (12")
Cat: HES 017. Rel: 31 Mar 11
Bass
  1. Inna Daze
  2. Won't Hurt
Review: Pangaea's bruising take on bass music has always enchanted us here at Juno, and we're pleased to see the producer return to the Hessle Audio imprint he runs with David Kennedy for the label's 17th release. A Side cut "Inna Daze" is the big one here, with freaky vocal snippets expertly arranged amongst the crisp metallic drums which form a quick paced rhythmic backbone. No wonder Kennedy (aka Pearson Sound, Ramadanman and Maurice Donovan) picked it up for his upcoming Fabriclive mix. Flip over for "Won't Hurt", an uncompromising encounter marked by demented mechanical strings and frenetic shuffling percussion.
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Bone Sucka (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: HES 033. Rel: 01 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Bone Sucka (6:21)
  2. Proxy (6:52)
Review: The Hessle Audio co-founder, Pangaea, comes through with two new cold-as-this-February rockers for the dancehall, mashing up just about every genre that the UK hardcore continuum has touched over the years. It's been a while since the man last released a solo EP on his imprint, so we're pretty excited! First up, it's "Bone Sucka", a bouncy, breaks-led carnival monster that will undoubtedly tear it all apart when it lands on the floor via the speakers - what a bomb! The flip is "Proxy", a piano-led house nugget with visceral elements of UK bass running down its spine - one for the late-night jams. Another Hessle missile.
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Cat: HESCD 003. Rel: 13 Oct 16
Bass
  1. Mutual Exchange
  2. Rotor Soap
  3. Bulb In Zinc
  4. More Is More To Burn
  5. Scaled Wing
  6. One By One
  7. Lofty Can
  8. Send It In
  9. Skips Desk
  10. DNS
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In Drum Play (2xLP)
Cat: HESLP 003. Rel: 13 Oct 16
Bass
  1. Rotor Soap (4:07)
  2. Bulb in Zinc (5:26)
  3. Mutual Exchange (2:42)
  4. More Is More To Burn (6:14)
  5. Lofty Can (4:08)
  6. Scaled Wing (2:13)
  7. One By One (5:36)
  8. Send It In (7:16)
  9. Skips Desk (6:25)
  10. DNS (5:39)
Review: Kevin McAuley is certainly affiliated with a generation of pioneering UK Bass producers who have since moved into the techno realm. With previous releases on Hemlock, Hessle Audio and Hotflush, his origins have definitely remained a strong aspect of his style ever since. On the In Drum Play LP, he can be heard dabbling in obtuse and disjointed low end theories such as on "Bulb In Zinc" or "Let It In" while there are some inventive takes on techno; such as on the dynamic opener "Rotor Soap" or the adrenalised stomper "More Is More To Burn". For us, the highlights were "One By One" (where his take on breakbeat techno would make the likes Shed or Stenny stand up and notice) and the oddball body basher "Skips Desk".
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Red Cotton (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: HES 035. Rel: 22 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Red Cotton (4:46)
  2. Angel Oak (5:14)
  3. Angel Oak (Ploy remix) (5:25)
  4. Masonry Pier (5:30)
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Cat: HESCD 002. Rel: 05 Mar 15
Bass
  1. Asphalt Sparkle
  2. Glass Eye
  3. Gristle
  4. Crank Call
  5. Swill
  6. Six Congas
  7. Headless
  8. Russet
  9. Rubber Tree
Review: After six years spent teasing and titillating with a steady stream of high value singles, David Kennedy is finally ready to release his debut full-length under the now familiar Pearson Sound alias. The first artist album to appear on the Hessle Audio imprint he co-founded with Pangaea and Ben UFO, Pearson Sound is a surprisingly sparse and otherworldly affair. Intriguingly, Kennedy's usual twisted, dubbed-out analogue rhythms largely take a back seat, with moments of tough dancefloor abandon (see "Rubber Tree" and the tipsy "Headless") playing second fiddle to stripped-back synth-scapes and otherworldly ambience. It's striking on first listen, and only gets more impressive with repeat listens.
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Cat: HESLP 002. Rel: 05 Mar 15
Bass
  1. Asphalt Sparkle (4:44)
  2. Glass Eye (5:03)
  3. Gristle (4:15)
  4. Swill (3:48)
  5. Six Congas (3:43)
  6. Crank Call (5:01)
  7. Headless (5:30)
  8. Russet (4:43)
  9. Rubber Tree (4:49)
Review: After six years spent teasing and titillating with a steady stream of high value singles, David Kennedy is finally ready to release his debut full-length under the now familiar Pearson Sound alias. The first artist album to appear on the Hessle Audio imprint he co-founded with Pangaea and Ben UFO, Pearson Sound is a surprisingly sparse and otherworldly affair. Intriguingly, Kennedy's usual twisted, dubbed-out analogue rhythms largely take a back seat, with moments of tough dancefloor abandon (see "Rubber Tree" and the tipsy "Headless") playing second fiddle to stripped-back synth-scapes and otherworldly ambience. It's striking on first listen, and only gets more impressive with repeat listens
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Cat: HES 028. Rel: 18 Feb 16
Bass
  1. Sala One Five (5:40)
  2. Move Yourself (6:27)
  3. Helix (4:26)
Review: The mighty Hessle Audio delivers its' first 12" of 2016, and it's not from one of their established names. Instead, it marks the debut of previously unknown newcomer Ploy. The mystery artist begins with "Sala One Five", a heady, intoxicating brew seasoned with fluctuating bass, whizzing electronic stabs, steam-hammer textures and throbbing, floor-friendly percussion. Flip for the deeper, bongo-laden trip that is "Move Yourself" - all swirling, psychedelic noises, sampled tribal rhythms and deep space chords - and the Actress style, experimental electronic mechanics of "Helix". It's this track, with its' hard-to-fathom construction, befuddled textures and dream world chords, that shows the most promise.
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VARIOUS
116 & Rising (unmixed 2xCD)
Cat: HESCD 001. Rel: 10 May 11
Bass
  1. Elgato - "Music" (Body mix)
  2. Untold - "Cool Story Bro"
  3. Blawan - "Potchla Vee"
  4. Peason Sound - "Stifle"
  5. Joe - "Twice"
  6. Randomer - "Brunk"
  7. Pangaea - "Runout"
  8. Cosmin TRG - "Bijoux"
  9. D1 - "Sub Zero"
  10. Addison Groove - "Fuk Tha 101"
  11. James Blake - "Give A Man A Rod" (2nd version)
  12. Peverelist - "Sun Dance"
  13. Pangaea - "You & I"
  14. Untold - "Test Signal"
  15. Blawan - "Fram"
  16. James Blake - "Buzzard & Kestrel"
  17. Untold - "I Can't Stop This Feeling"
  18. Joe - "Rut"
  19. Ramadanman - "Blimey"
  20. TRG - "Put You Down"
  21. Joe - "Level Crossing"
  22. Pangaea - "Why"
  23. TRG - "Broken Heart" (Martyn DCM remix)
  24. Ramadanman - "Don't Change For Me"
out of stock $10.44
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