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Cat: SGNLF 009. Rel: 03 Mar 17
Bass
  1. Flames (3:21)
  2. Pulse Cathedral (4:09)
  3. Don't Lose Yourself (4:08)
  4. 504 Gateway Timeout (4:06)
  5. Do I Look Like I Give A Shit (4:29)
  6. Immortality (3:40)
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Cat: SGNLF 05. Rel: 22 Oct 13
Bass
  1. Desto - "Cool Down The Dance"
  2. LAS - "Liketha"
  3. Kowton - "Dub 05"
  4. Twwth - "Black Thigh Shakes"
Review: Bringing a relentlessly modern heat to the dance with their chosen collaborators, Signal Life make their presence felt with this release pointing to a commitment to futuristic beats loaded with bass across a range of tempos. Desto's "Cool Down The Dance" is likely to do the opposite as it brings some forthright grime strings over a simmering beat, while Las switches things up with a snaking groove that takes things slow and funky in a most engaging of ways. Kowton looks to the crawling pace and wilfully trumps it with the end-of-the-world nightmare of his "Dub 05", all horror synths and his trademark rasping claps. Twwth meanwhile brings equally measured tones as the spartan percussive study of "Black Thigh Shakes" rounding off the EP on a suitably alien level.
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Cat: SGNLF 007. Rel: 08 Sep 15
Bass
  1. Echelon (4:16)
  2. Atmospheric Oceans (3:19)
  3. BK Stomp (5:39)
  4. Color Crop (5:21)
Review: New artist on the block Fang Lilies makes their way through onto the Signal Life camp, a Finnish imprint that's long been a bastion for bass music of all flavours with previous releases coming from Kowton, Visionist, Last Japan and more. The Fang Lilies style spreads across half-step, and grime, with "Echelon" encompassing all three in its underbelly. "Atmospheric Oceans" is the other stunner in the pile, a broken grime track that's been submerged far into the depths of the ether. If you're into something dark, moody but ethereal, then this is the stuff for you. An impressive debut, indeed.
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Cat: SGNLF 011. Rel: 11 Jul 17
Bass
  1. Pain (4:41)
  2. Crystal Ember (3:11)
  3. Closa (3:07)
  4. Roll Out (3:23)
Review: Twwth & Desto welcome brand new act Inner to the fold by way of this crystalline quartet of 23rd century trap constructions. Swaggering on the cosmic side, there's a touch of the moody Hudsons to the opening track "Pain" before the beats step up into more of grime energy and textures melt into a wavy sensation on "Crystal Ember". Dig deeper for the fractured, clipped and sense-blurring "Closa" before a final 135 hurrah on the RL Grime meets Nick Warren spatial star-gazer. Sweet dreams.
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Cat: SGNLF 012. Rel: 10 Nov 17
Bass
  1. RIP (7:09)
  2. Just To Hurt (2:40)
  3. Xeno (4:09)
  4. Endless (3:19)
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Jam 03 (12")
Cat: SGNLLF 002. Rel: 23 Aug 12
Bass
  1. Kowton - "Jam"
  2. Kowton - "Jam" (Desto remix)
  3. Las - "Low Out"
  4. Las - "Low Out" (Teeth remix)
Review: There's not one thing wrong with this second release from Finnish imprint Signal Life, which you'd expect when it's been graced by the grubby Midas like touch of Bristol heavyweight Kowton. Kowton is forever moving through sounds and styles like's not quite found his place just yet, but this doesn't hinder the resulting music one bit. Instead it keeps a real freshness present, and here it manifests itself in the style of the smudgy sub heavy dark stepper "Jam". Label co-boss Desto offers a hollowed out 808 heavy remix that probably has all the Soundcloud dwelling trapaholics giddy with excitement. On the flip rising Finn LAS also debuts with a realigned Baltimore Club banger "Low Out" which is given a drastic overhaul from Signal Life's other decision maker Teeth, stripping back proceedings to a low slung outer Galactic grime flex that spirals in all manner of directions with little prior warning. Not one thing wrong with this twelve inch.
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Vibrate (12")
Cat: SGNLF 01. Rel: 22 Oct 13
Bass
  1. Teeth - "Vibrate"
  2. Desto - "Remember"
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Cat: SGNLF 006. Rel: 23 Jan 14
Bass
  1. Naomi XX
  2. Boy You Down With It
  3. Thousand Million
  4. Sweet Nectar
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Dislocation (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: SGNLF 008 . Rel: 03 Jun 16
Bass
  1. Gang Drone (10:33)
  2. Animal (A), Forcible, Corporeal, Object (6:53)
  3. Where You Are (4:50)
Review: White shadow designs from the man previously known as Teeth: "Gang Drones" sits somewhere between Modeselektor and Fracture with its twisted church tones and subverted rap vocal. "Animal (A), Forcible, Corporeal, Object" isn't just a catchy title... With its broken 909s and Drexciyan aesthetic, it's an uncompromised tech construction with slight shades of light shining through the pitched drum melodies and sudden drops into breathy beatlessness. Finally we hit the subverted UKG tones and wave textures of "Where You Are", a moment for Twwth to remind us of his softer, soulful side.
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Cat: SGNLF 03. Rel: 22 Oct 13
Bass
  1. Visionist - "Control This"
  2. Last Japan - "Storm Trooper"
Review: Amongst the quick salvo of quality bass music releases that Finnish label Signal Life has issued forth as a powerful statement of curatorial intent, this EP from Visionist and Last Japan serves a sharp and focused two tracker populated by two very complementary tracks. Visionist is as woozy and hyperactive as ever as snapping patterns of drum machines hop around poised sub swells and haunted whispers of melody, while Last Japan adopt a more abrasive sound palette to deliver their own version of dark, metallic broken beat. Unflinchingly rhythmic and ice-cold in nature, both cuts pack everything required to attend to the needs of the modern hybrid dancefloor.
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Sex Sellz (12")
Cat: SGNLF 4. Rel: 22 Oct 13
Bass
  1. Zebra Katz - "Sex Sellz"
  2. Zebra Katz - "Sex Sellz" (Teeth remix)
  3. French Fries - "Module"
Review: Darling of the fashion world, brave adventurer of the bass world, Brooklyn's Zebra Katz continues his wholly distinctive approach to electronic music with the ridiculously slo-mo "Sex Sellz". Sleazy and woozy, Katz almost purrs his message across the endless spaces between the gutter-minded bass nodes and squiggles. Unique. For something a little more upbeat (but just as dark) flip for the hypno-trap remix from Teeth or French Fries breakbeat-techno roller "Module". A fantastically varied release; sex does sell... And so will this 12"

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