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Cat: LOB 006. Rel: 14 Nov 12
Bass
  1. Sixty Four Zero
  2. Crackle
Played by: Tripeo
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Here (12")
Cat: LOB 013. Rel: 12 Nov 15
Bass
  1. Here (5:11)
  2. Trellick (5:03)
Review: Usually spotted on Digital Soundboy, Mella Dee jumps over to Redlight's Lobster Boy imprint for two gutter-munching slices of breakbeat. Entrenched in the original hardcore foundations, "Here" whittles the same stick that Special Request has whittled so sharply over the last few years. Timeless badness, it's an instant unifier. "Trellick" has more of a garage feel with its splice, diced vocals.. Then it drops into the gulliest slo-mo jungle drop you'll hear all year. Powerful.
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Played by: DEXT Recordings
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Mosquito (12")
Cat: LOB 004. Rel: 06 Mar 12
UK Garage
  1. Mosquito
  2. Planet X
Review: NY Transit Authority and Conqueror's contributions to the Lobster Boy imprint are still ringing in our ears here at Juno, and it took something special to match them. Redlight takes the helm and proves he's more than up to the task with this rowdy double drop. "Mosquito" will undoubtedly be familiar to anyone who refers to themselves as "locked on" to Rinse FM on a regular basis, revolving around an insectile horn manipulation that just about remains the right side of cringeworthy and immediately gratifying UKF house patter. You might doubt the longevity of such a track but you can't doubt its effect on a dancefloor, a description that's equally worthy of the B Side track "Planet X", whose rude intentions are clear as soon as the first wave of sub bass pressure comes rising to the fore.
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Dither (12")
Cat: LOB 008. Rel: 29 May 13
Bass
  1. Dither
  2. Outer Control
Review: Schooled in the art of DJing thanks to their respective residencies at Leeds nights Wax:On and Bigger Than Barry, West Yo pair Mak & Pasteman stepped up to the production game with releases across Shifting Peaks, Senseless Records & Sounds of Sumo that helped accelerate their rise through the Bass Music ranks. Appearing on Redlight's Lobster Boy label represents the pair's biggest 12" release to date and Mak & Pasteman sound like they belong on the basis of the two tracks. "Dither" is all about the samurai sharp drum edits and that deep, heaving bass stab whilst "Outer Control" is on a similar alien electro tip to some of Addison Groove's 50 Weapons material. Two tracks deep and cut loud on 180g vinyl, this is how you want a 12" release!
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Bodywork (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LOB 009. Rel: 24 Apr 14
Bass
  1. Bodywork
  2. Electro Funk Massacre
Review: Last year's Lobster Boy 12" from Mak & Pasteman was a big statement of intent from the West Yorkshire pair, building on the promise shown with productions for Shifting Peaks, Senseless Records & Sounds of Sumo and proving to be one of the hottest sellers on Redlight's label. Aside from a remix of the 2004 Plastician classic "The Search", new produce from Mak & Pasteman has been thin on the ground so it's nice to see them back on Lobster Boy and on form too! Lead cut "Bodywork" is the sort of weighty house/bass music hybrid you can picture soundtracking the summer festival season on the Croatian coast, but "Electro Funk Massacre" will be the one many pull for!
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Do 4 Me (12")
Cat: LOB 011. Rel: 28 May 15
Bass
  1. Do 4 Me (4:24)
  2. Blue Suede (4:41)
Review: M&P continue to deliver sterling bass dynamite - both on their own label Materials and Redlight's Lobster Boy imprint. This is no exception; with sinewy beats and soulful vocals, it comes on strong like a Deetron cut while its bulbous, ominous subs give it a late '90s Layo & Bushwacka veneer. "Blue Suede" is more tech-minded in its make-up thanks to rolling hi-hats, snares and clipped vocal shots. One for the hands up crew, one for the heads down crew - M&P have delivered something for every occasion right here.
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Cat: LOB 019. Rel: 23 Jun 16
Bass
  1. Call To Me (5:38)
  2. Le Freak (6:18)
Review: Fresh from a killer debut on Unknown To The Unknown, Leeds duo Mak & Pasteman continue their irregular series of Me-themed singles for Lobster Boy with the two-track 12" smack down Call 2 Me. Honing in on that craftily effective bass heavy house sound, Mak & Pasteman lay waste to speaker systems everywhere on the title cut which features some nimble-fingered synth playing! Face down and "Le Freak" sees the pair indulge in a more manic brand of dancefloor devastation with a massive drop that will have suitable effect on those who encounter it in the club.
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Ambience (12")
Cat: LOB 012. Rel: 27 Aug 15
Bass
  1. Ambience (5:33)
  2. UFO (4:58)
Review: Quadrants boss Mele is relentless in his production output, but rarely gets to see his work committed to vinyl. Shout outs to Redlight's equally busy Lobster Boy label for granting man like Mele's Ambience single the physical treatment then. Mele's reluctance to be pigeonholed is on full display with these two club ready cuts; the title track is a carnival-esque fusion of deep tribal beats, diva vocals and absurd breakdown. Complementing this "UFOZ" heads off into quirkier territory, with Mele conjuring a helium-filled laser attack of a production.
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Queens Day (12")
Cat: LOB 018. Rel: 26 May 16
Bass
  1. Queens Day (5:57)
  2. Body Thing (6:24)
Review: Quadrants main man and Merseyside's finest Mele is back with Queens Day: no doubt a tribute to Amsterdam's best party of the year and what a fitting soundtrack it is. A Latin-esque Carnival flavoured track that crosses over with bass music splendidly. Those whistles and steel drums are pretty sick, but just wait for that drop! Second track "Body Thing" continues on with the Latin festive vibes; those steel drums go even more ballistic with even more funk, this track could easily mix well with some summery big room tech house for monstrous effect.
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Swarm (12")
Cat: LOB 007. Rel: 24 Sep 13
Electro
  1. Swarm
  2. Hard Work
Review: Absent since serving up a VIP issue of Off The Traxx earlier this year, Mensah dons his New York Transit Authority alias for some more crowd pleasing bass-house cross pollinations on Redlight's Lobster Boy label. Lead track "Swarm" should be familiar to most; it's been a digital dubplate weapon in the New York Transit Authority armoury for some time now, first surfacing online in his F/\CT mix last year! Rolling 808 pressure and throwback hoover raves combine with repeated "NYTA" vocal chants for an exercise in relentless dancefloor fodder. On the flip "Hard Work" sees NYTA doing edit heavy 90s house with plenty of chord stabs and drum fills.
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Cat: LOB 010. Rel: 05 Mar 15
Bass
  1. Brooklyn Underground (4:07)
  2. Dinner & Corsica (6:22)
Review: Mensah returns to Lobster Boy with more heavyweight jams under the New York Transit Authority name. Up top "Brooklyn Underground" veers into classic electro territory as crisp 808 programming meets metallic bass tones reminiscent of Radioactiveman at his most futuristic and alien. The superbly titled "Dinner & Corsica" heads down a much darker path as Mensah shows his skills at punchy acid house with a bassline that does all the talking and the kick/snare struts that do all the listening. Dark room, dubby and seriously dangerous stuff from Lobster Boy!
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Cat: LOB 031. Rel: 13 Oct 16
Bass
  1. 4DC (4:24)
  2. Two Know (8:27)
Review: NYTA knows what time it is: "4DC" is straight out of the book of EZ with its steel drum hook and insatiable two-step momentum. Pure London groove magic with all the right sass and drive, it captures the essence of UKG to its core. "Two Know" plays the consummate contrast with a sorrowful twang to the bass that sits somewhere between Justin Martin and Booka Shade. Not a bad place to be.
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  1. New York Transit Authority - "Off The Traxx (Catch That Train) VIP"
  2. Conqueror - "Conqueror VIP"
Review: Mensah scored one of last year's most eponymous club bumpers in the form of "Off The Traxx" under his New York Transit Authority alias, and with little news of any new productions under the name on the horizon, Redlight's Lobster Boy offer up VIP versions of that track and the tougher B Side from Conqueror as some sort of vinyl appeasement. Naturally the brouhaha over who exactly was behind New York Transit Authority contributed to it's mythical and lauded status but there's no denying the 808 heavy thruster's potency on the dancefloor, even more so in this all new VIP format. Still though, the dystopian dread vibes "Conqueror" remains the better track for us, even more rugged and rude in VIP mix form.
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Cat: LOB 003. Rel: 11 Oct 11
Electro
  1. New York Transit Authority - "Off The Traxx"
  2. Conqueror - "Highest Order"
Review: Redlight's Lobster Boy imprint serves up its third helping of vinyl only treats with two supposedly new names at the helm in the shape of New York Transit Authority and Conqueror. Rife is the rumour that these are merely aliases for some of Bristol's finest, but we don't dabble in hearsay - instead we focus on the music, which is pretty special! Both productions veer through the crisp 808 centric thrust that Swamp 81 and [Naked Lunch] have been pioneering in 2011, with the low reaching NY Transit Authority jam "Off the Traxx (Catch That Train)" splaying a loose percussive swing and Carpenter style synth stabs over gloopy sub bass incursions. Conqueror's self titled B Side is the tougher accompaniment, all dystopian dread vibes and finely sculpted 808s dipped in dust.
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The Lobster Boy EP (double 12" promo)
Cat: LOB 002. Rel: 13 Oct 09
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Feel So Good (Wine Up Yr Body) (feat Zaniah, Dread & Redskin)
  2. Kid Soldier
  3. Be With You (feat Serocee, Dread & Omi)
  4. Pick Up The Phone (feat Jenna G & Jammer)
Played by: Kissy Sell Out, Rusko
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X Colour (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: LOB 015LP. Rel: 10 Dec 15
Funky/Club House
  1. Intro (0:58)
  2. Gold Teeth (4:40)
  3. Lessons (3:58)
  4. Shine (feat Billie Black) (4:06)
  5. Lion Jungle (feat Prodigy Of Mobb Deep) (3:06)
  6. Threshold (feat Melisa Whiskey) (3:22)
  7. Metronome (feat Roses Gabor) (4:28)
  8. Repetition (feat Jenna Andrews) (3:49)
  9. Me & You (feat ASTR) (3:52)
  10. WTL (feat Andrea Martin) (3:42)
  11. Ride Or Die (4:29)
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Cat: LOB 020. Rel: 08 Sep 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Fruit Machine (5:34)
  2. Knock Knock (4:38)
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Grains (blue vinyl 12")
Cat: LOB 035. Rel: 23 Mar 17
Bass
  1. Grains (5:40)
  2. Celsius (7:02)
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