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Dungeon Funk 01
Cat: DF 01. Rel: 24 Jun 24
 
Techno
AM Project - "Flippin' Kicks" (5:33)
ADMNTi & Jack Ling - "Meat Slap" (6:02)
Fanick - "Watch Me" (5:31)
Modal Logic - "Space & Science Center" (6:11)
Review: Dungeon Funk lands heavily here with a debut release that sets a good standard from the off. This marks the first time that assured and hardcore deep house heads Dungeon Meat and SlapFunk Records have come together and it is the result of Meat man Brawther hosting a comp on his Patreon channel for aspiring producers to try and impress. From the many entries he received, the four best are served up here starting with Ibiza-based A.M. Project whose 'Flippin' Kicks' has heavyweight kicks and plunging bass. UK-based ADMNTi & Jack Ling offer the quick tech funk of 'Meat Slap', Russia's Fanick brings a trippy breakbeat vibe with 'Watch Me' and Canada's Modal Logic offers 'Space and Science Center', a nice loopy and low-slung banger to close.


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Gemini
Gemini (12")
Cat: INSTINCT 20. Rel: 11 Apr 22
 
UK Garage
Gemini (5:49)
Kilo Of Filo (5:19)
De Nata (4:40)
Review: Burnski's Instinct label serves up some fresh platters from a new name, Papa Nugs. These are of course naughty as you like garage tinged late night gems for cosy dance floors. Opener 'Gemini' is a high speed affair with exotic strings and neck-snapping hits. 'Kilo of Filo' is a super heavy wobbler with a fat as fuck bottom end oscillation. 'De Nata' closes out on more super crisp breakbeats that recall the genres hey day when artists like Ali B were knocking out killer mixes for Fabric. All killer no filler, as ever with this label.
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Take A Bump EP (Mike Millrain, Ross Couch mixes)
Cat: RVR 06. Rel: 30 May 23
 
UK Garage
Take You For A Ride (6:48)
Take You For A Ride (Mike Millrain mix) (6:14)
Move Your Body (Ross Couch mix) (6:15)
Move To The Groove (7:21)
Review: Plastik People boss Mark Cotterell keeps up the good form he sowed in 2022 with his first EP of 2023. It comes on Rhythm Vibe and features two more of his well-designed and well-swung garage-house groovers. 'Take You For A Ride' has choppy drums and hits with fresh piano stabs and soulful vocals and 'Move To The Groove' then gets a little deeper but with similar ingredients. A Ross Couch mix takes it into more airy and floaty territory while Mike Millrain's mix of 'Take You For A Ride' brings the 90s vibes.
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Played by: Paul Starey
 in stock $12.98
UK Garage Anthems
VARIOUS
UK Garage Anthems (limited 2xLP)
Cat: DEMRECOMP 030. Rel: 28 Apr 23
 
UK Garage
Craig David - "Fill Me In" (4:12)
Sweet Female Attitude - "Flowers" (Sunship radio edit) (3:50)
The Streets - "Has It Come To This?" (4:03)
Artful Dodger & Romina Johnson - "Movin' Too Fast" (radio edit) (3:57)
DJ Pied Piper & The Masters Of Ceremonies - "Do You Really Like It?" (3:38)
Double 99 - "Ripgroove" (radio edit) (3:21)
Wideboys - "Sambuca" (feat Dennis G) (3:16)
MJ Cole - "Crazy Love" (feat Elisabeth Troy) (4:40)
DJ Luck & MC Neat - "A Little Bit Of Luck" (5:49)
Shanks & Bigfoot - "Sweet Like Chocolate" (radio edit) (3:28)
T2 - "Heartbroken" (4:51)
Shola Ama - "Imagine" (Asylum remix) (5:40)
Zed Bias - "Neighbourhood" (radio mix) (3:34)
Wookie - "Battle" (feat Lain) (5:00)
Oxide & Neutrino - "No Good 4 Me" (feat Megaman, Romeo & Lisa Maffia) (6:02)
Sunship - "Try Me Out (Let Me Lick It)" (feat Anita Kelsey) (5:41)
Architechs - "Body Groove" (feat Nay Nay - mix MC version) (5:15)
Gabrielle - "Sunshine" (Wookie main mix) (4:27)
Lovestation - "Teardrops" (Flava 7" mix) (3:49)
Shaun Escoffery - "Space Rider" (MJ Cole vocal mix) (3:55)
Monsta Boy - "Sorry! (I Didn't Know)" (4:13)
Tru Faith & Dub Conspiracy - "Freak Like Me" (4:56)
Another Level - "Guess I Was A Fool" (MJ Cole remix) (3:47)
K-Ci & JoJo - "Tell Me It's Real" (club Asylum Steppers mix) (3:04)
Review: UK garage will never die and will always get any dancefloor pumping. It is just one of those genres that is so sweet and utterly and irresistible to all, which is no doubt why there are so many collections of the classics. Demon Records has assembled this collection featuring 24 cuts all bought together on four sides of vinyl for the very first time. It's fair to say these are massive, well-known tunes but they all still make a mark from artists including Shanks & Bigfoot, The Streets, Craig David, MJ Cole, Artful Dodger and Sunship.
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Checkpoint
Cat: INSTINCT 29. Rel: 08 Apr 24
 
UK Garage
Checkpoint (5:30)
The Going Is Rough (5:38)
Beat 93 (5:33)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: If you're reading this then you will know that Instinct is one of the UK's powerhouse garage labels. Run by Burnski aka James Burnham it deals in serious tackle for rude boys and nasty girls. The drums hit hard, the reversed bassline burn goose old school cool and there gun finger salutes come thick and fast throughout this EP from Mance. 'Checkpoint' opens with the dusty drum shuffles and bulbous bass, then 'The Going Is Rough' is a little more soulful and sweet with its rolling basslines and silky pads. 'Beat 93' closes down with a seriously OG garage sound that takes you back to the mid-90s.
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REPWIND 001
REPWIND 001 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: REPWIND 001. Rel: 19 Jun 23
 
UK Garage
Highrise - "Dont Know It" (5:24)
Sky Joose - "On The Shores" (6:15)
Johnny U Tah - "Voices In My Head" (4:56)
The Thunderkats - "Melatron" (4:59)
Jay Ward - "Everything That I Need" (5:01)
Review: Reptile Mob is a newly launched, vinyl-only sub-label of the well-regarded GLBDOM imprint. It kicks off with a five-track various artists release that pays homage to the garage sound. 'Don't Know It' by Highrise opens up with a distantly 90s vibe, then Sky Joose shows his class on 'On The Shores' with its hard-edged bassline and full-throttle drums. Johnny U-Tah works some re-pitched and time-stretched vocals to perfection on 'Voices In My Head', with further gems from The Thunderkats whose 'Melatron' is a piano-laced bumper and last of all Jay Ward's 'Everything That I Need' brims with vocal lushness. A top draw start for sure.
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Defected Presents House Masters: Todd Edwards
Todd EDWARDS / VARIOUS
Defected Presents House Masters: Todd Edwards (2xLP in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: HOMAS 33LP. Rel: 10 Sep 21
 
Funky/Club House
St Germain - "Alabama Blues" (Todd Edwards dub mix) (5:39)
Indo - "R U Sleeping" (Todd Edwards mix) (5:59)
Sound Of One - "As I Am" (Todd Edwards mix - version) (6:13)
Kim English - "Tomorrow" (Todd Edwards dub) (7:31)
Daft Punk - "Face To Face" (4:02)
Todd Edwards - "Shut The Door" (7:24)
Todd Edwards - "Push The Love" (7:46)
Todd Edwards - "The Dream" (6:49)
Review: Todd Edwards is affectionally known as Todd the God because of his skills. Those skills are two fold - he famous fomented this own style of garage with quick beats and cut up vocals used like an extra instrument in the mix. But he is also a badass DJ who can slam through house and garage with high energy and plenty of charger. As such, he is rightly celebrated here with an overdue entry into Defected's long running House Masters series. All his most famous joints make the cut, from the bumping remix of St Germain to the lively vocal soul of his dub of Kim English via originals like his jazzy, chord laced anthem 'Push The Love.'
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TC4 One
TC4 One (12")
Cat: TC4 001. Rel: 11 Jul 22
 
UK Garage
Numb (4:30)
Feels (4:28)
Sax Dub (4:24)
Gold Teeth (4:25)
Review: bWolves-based duo TC4 have been working it for some time now, dropping their first 12" back in 2013 and continuing to push a sprightly speed garage sound that spells instant good times. This self-titled label sees them back on the case with four good time joints that make great use of RnB samples, chirpy piano chords and beats with all the bump. 'Feels' has more of a deep house vibe, 'Gold Teeth' takes it straight to classic UKG territory, but without fail all these jams swing tuff and bring enough heat to set a pool party on fire
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Played by: Paul Starey
 in stock $9.20
4 U
4 U (12")
Cat: CB 026. Rel: 20 Sep 22
 
Minimal/Tech House
Ay-up! (6:44)
Schneebly (6:12)
4 U (6:27)
Review: Constant Black is one of the numerous labels in UK artist Burnski's orbit. He's been a man on form on all fronts in recent years and here he snaps up Retrospect for a trio of super slick and funky minimal house cuts. 'Ay-up!' is a cheeky opener with subtle northern welcomes hidden in the mix as the lithe bass and 2-step tinged drums do their thang. It's reet good. 'Schneebly' gets more pacey and balmy, with silky and oily bass and kinetic drum work all underpinned by a sick bass tone. Last of all comes '4 U' which has something of an upright garage skip and downright irresistible groove. These are high functioning, charismatic cuts to pump up any floor.
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GO
GO (12")
Cat: INSTINCT 27. Rel: 26 Jan 24
 
UK Garage
GO (5:31)
Bassline Track (5:47)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: James 'Bursnki' Burnham aka Constant Sound label boss and garage head Instinct is showing no signs of running out of ideas despite having put out such a high amount of high-class club weaponry in the last few years. He goes big once more with this latest 12" which subtly features the iconic vocal cries from Moby's 'Go' but repackaged in a shuffling and banging garage groove with dark synths and wonky bass. On the flip is pure grade bassline track, 'Bassline Track.' It'll take you back to the days when this northern take on garage was all the rage, and why not?
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Volume One (reissue)
Cat: RNV 01R. Rel: 12 Jun 23
 
UK Garage
Soundbwoy Request (5:47)
Towards (5:54)
Next Millennium (2000 Tribute mix) (4:22)
Review: Reissue of in demand classic.Dubtraxx was new on the scene back in 2019 when they dropped this EP which has since become something of a mini-classic. It came on their own label Rhythm N Vibe and now this is seriously heavyweight gear gets reissued. 'Soundbwoy Request' is especially dangerous, working plenty of dub, reggae and jungle motifs into a rugged garage structure and sounding utterly ruff in the process. 'Towards '99' is no slouch either, albeit on a slightly housier tip than the raucous A-side. The "2000 Tribute Mix" of 'Next Millenium' meanwhile sneaks out a few of the eerie tones you'd expect to hear around the time that dubstep first started to emerge.
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Played by: Paul Starey
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Midnight EP
Cat: COJV 008. Rel: 23 Oct 23
 
UK Garage
Midnight To Sunshine (6:12)
Let It Ride (6:42)
Remember This (6:23)
Smokers Dub (5:05)
Review: Midnight EP brings another four heavyweight cuts from the London based Club of Jacks production duo showcasing their varied sound. 'Midnight' opens up with deep, haunting chords and a lush reworked vocal laid over a smoky 2 step beat. 'Let It Ride' brings the 4x4 house vibe, mixing infectious synths, catchy lyrics and a rolling bass groove. On the flip, 'Remember This' digs into the garage house sound, infusing jazzy organ chords and solos with skippy drums and tasty vocal chops. To finish off, 'Smokers Dub'' takes us into a darker, speed garage inspired vibe, with weighty bass and dub reggae flavour.
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Day Dream/Perpetual Motion
Day Dream/Perpetual Motion (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: GSD 001. Rel: 15 May 23
 
UK Garage
Day Dream (4:54)
Perpetual Motion (5:23)
Review: Tuff Culture displaying a love of original UKG, back from the Sunday session days of the genre's infancy. 'Day Dream' has masterfully dry drums and hits and a classic vocal sample that packs in the soul. Smart filters and effects build tension before the big drop, gun fingers and pinging bass all explode to life. Irresistible. On the flip, 'Perpetual Motion' is another stripped-back, scuffed-up, low-key but high-impact garage shuffler with plenty of pent-up energy and a wicked Erykah Badu sample.
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Played by: Paul Starey
 in stock $12.72
Blahh Sampler Vol 1
Blahh Sampler Vol 1 (12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: BABY 1012. Rel: 19 Jun 23
 
UK Garage
Crazy Bank - "So Good" (5:00)
Ronaldo - "Get My 319" (5:32)
Beforethebeatsbreak - "Good Gosh" (4:53)
Crazy Bank - "Why You Wanna" (4:49)
Review: It's always a good day when the Blahh label rises up from the streets to drop a new bit of true school garage. This is a various artists release which brings together core label members Beforethebeatsbreak, Ronaldo and Crazy Bank, who have all served up their own solo EPs before now. It's the latter who kicks off with the tightly coiled bump n grind of 'So Good' before Ronaldo gets your feet moving on 'Get My 319', another dry, clipped garage shuffler with pent up energy to spare. There are good time piano-led vibes to Beforethebeatsbreak's B1 then 'Why You Wanna' from Crazy Bank is defined by its pitched up vocal sound.
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Played by: Paul Starey
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Wrong'uns 001
Cat: WRNGUN 001. Rel: 11 Jan 24
 
UK Garage
Joejoemojo - "Ya'll Ready For This" (5:46)
Oward - "Crakz" (7:04)
Rewi De Kooney - "Laydown & Skatter" (6:43)
Mehlor - "Meet With The Devil" (6:06)
Review: Described as a release "made by wrong'uns, for wrong'uns", Wrong'uns 001 hears artists JoeJoeMojo, Oward, Rewi De Kooney and Mehlor join forces for some serious bassweight united. Exemplary 2-step, speed garage and bass compiled into a single EP for the modern zeitgeist, and packaged under the visage of a stoned, grilled bucket-hatter, the likes of 'Crackz' and 'Meet With The Devil' stick out like throbbing sub-bled ears, hardcore-continual conches for a next gen eager to prove their mettle.
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ENDZ 057
ENDZ 057 (eco grey marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 057. Rel: 29 May 24
 
Deep House
Check The Message (5:52)
Done To Me (5:46)
Power Surge (5:58)
Thru With You (5:32)
Review: East End Dubs's Eastenderz label has carved out its own sonic niche in a world where dub, garage, tech and hose all collide. The label has always found superb artists who tap into that and now it is Dennis Quin who offers up his own take on the template. After ounce opener 'Check The Message' comes the sweat inducing 'Done To Me' then dubbed out and low slung 'Power Surge' which is playful and packed with irresistible vocals and drum bumps. 'Thru With You' shuts down with cheeky garage vibes and naughty bass.
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Come To London EP
Cat: CMR 005. Rel: 12 Jun 23
 
Breakbeat
Losin Control (5:50)
Come To London (5:42)
Dark Gravity (7:20)
Space Jazzy (5:46)
Review: The Craft Music label is back after a one year break with some fresh new cuts by resident Marco Lazovic. It's an EP inspired by the sound of the English club scene in the nineties and noughties, labels like Good Looking Records and artists such as Mike Millrain. Opener 'Losin Control' sure is a compelling mix of electro and breaks that soars on cosmic lines with euphoric vocals in the distance. 'Come To London' has a distinctly garage feel to it with its crisp broken beats and there is more high energy but melody-rich breakbeat action in 'Dark Gravity' while 'Space Jazzy' is s super sweet and deep jungle cruiser.
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Pure Garage Collectible Classics Volume 2
VARIOUS
Cat: PUREMMLP 2. Rel: 13 Dec 22
 
UK Garage
Zed Bias & KC - "Let Me Know" (Zed Bias remix) (6:10)
Industry Standard - "Taken All My Time" (DJ Deller mix) (5:40)
Strickly Dubz - "Realise" (5:12)
Underground Solutions - "I Need You Baby" (7:49)
Anthill Mob aka T Juice - "Blinded" (4:16)
DJ Double G - "Special Request" (feat Anita) (6:06)
Groove Committee - "Heart + Soul" (5:14)
Scott Garcia - "Waiting" (dub Monsters mix) (7:25)
Review: Pure Garage was always one of the cornerstones of the early UKG scene. It's good to know they are still going strong, and so is garage - particularly so right now. This is probably why the label had deiced to strike while the iron is hot and drop this second volume of collectible cuts from across the years. Mainstays like Zed Bias feature with his mix of sweet vocals and sleazy basslines, 2step is represented with the choppy cuts and pitched-up vox of Strickly Dubz's 'Realise' and pure floor-filling heat comes in the form of DJ Double G 's 'Special Request' amongst more.
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Played by: Paul Starey
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REPWIND 003
REPWIND 003 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: REPWIND 003. Rel: 24 Jun 24
 
UK Garage
Perception & Andy G - "Let's Go" (SR Lunar dub) (5:11)
Conspiracy Dubz - "Musical Rush" (4:46)
PJ Statham - "All Dancers" (5:03)
Ease Up George - "Good Love" (4:58)
Groovy D - "Another Chance" (4:31)
Xamount - "Physical" (6:17)
Review: Reptile Mob is back with a third part of its superb on going compilation series and this one looks at different aspects of the garage house sound. Side a-begins with some fresh four-four grooves no least the opener from the legend that is Perception with Andy G and S.R.'s dubby 'Let's Go' remix. Conspiracy Dubz keeps it bumping with the old school feels of 'Musical Rush' and on the B-side it is more of a 2-step sound that emerges with jazzy melodies and female vocals. Groovy D's 'Another Chance' is the real standout for us with its classic vocal sample worked into a nice kinetic rhythm.
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Played by: Paul Starey
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Da Hooly
Da Hooly (12")
Cat: BLACKLOOPS 10. Rel: 11 Jan 24
 
Funky/Club House
Da Hooly (6:05)
Sharp Shooter (7:08)
Review: Ukraine's Black Loops label hits the mini milestone of ten releases with a perfect pumping and party-ready outing from Disco. First up is a super lively tech house cut with fresh and crisp drums but what defines it is the iconic lead synth from 00s trance-dance classic 'Meet Her At The Love Parade' from Da Hool. It flips into a shuffling speed garage workout with plenty of character that will leave the floor in a sweat. 'Sharp Shooter' is another non-stop and naughty speed garage number with more retro signifiers and cut-up vocals plus a filthy bassline.
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Played by: Lostlojic
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Time Is Now Allstars Volume 3
Cat: TIN 024. Rel: 10 Jun 22
 
UK Garage
Y U QT - "Pick Me Up" (4:22)
Cortese - "Regatta" (4:58)
Prozak - "Next To You" (4:46)
Yosh - "To Me" (5:31)
Main Phase - "Pull Up Tool" (6:18)
Groovy D - "Wun4Me" (5:26)
Review: The Time Is Now crew are just unstoppable, and as if you needed more proof here's a new batch from their Allstars series. These 12"s give serious bang for your buck, with six heaters packed in, all guaranteed to get the dance going buckwild. Y U QT leads in with the sneaky stepper 'Pick Me Up', followed up by the slender, sophisticated 2-step delights of Cortese and Prozak's bright, bold and bouncy 'Next To You'. On the flip the prolific Yosh drops some dexterous breakbeat damage like only he knows how, Main Phase gets into the cheekiest of club smashers and Groovy D offers up something moody and soulful.
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Skyline EP
Cat: DSD 033. Rel: 24 Nov 21
 
UK Garage
Has It Got To Be (5:49)
And I Start Rocking (5:18)
Mad Scientist (6:05)
Skyline (5:46)
Skyline (Angel D'lite remix) (5:25)
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Tapestry Reloaded
Cat: STEP 08. Rel: 01 Nov 23
 
Techno
Whip It Up
Whip It Up (Olsvanger remix)
Short Skirt, Straight Jacket
Stupid Boy
Review: Your favourite lez-loonatics Roza & D. Tiff are back at it with the 'Tapestry Of Sound' Reloaded - revamped and ready to rock your local dancefloor. With three freaky sleek OG cuts from the dynamic duo, and a deliciously danceable remix from the progressive prince Olsvanger, you'd be a stupid boy to miss out on this one. Expect all the classique Step Ball Chain-isms & more; tongue-in-cheek techno; percussive paradise; and bass heavy bombs, with a few naughty noughties references for the 'true heads'.
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Spend The Night
Cat: FULLC 003. Rel: 14 May 24
 
UK Garage
Spend The Night (H-Man dub) (7:16)
Spend The Night (Archie Hamilton remix) (6:34)
Spend The Night (VIP dub) (6:07)
Spend The Night (Disco edit) (5:37)
Review: The Full Circle label is building up a fine head of steam early on and this third EP is a throwback garage classic. It's a re-release of a cult gem from Danny J Lewis with the steamy vocals of Danielle Gaga. 'Spend the Night' has it all - the hooky and soulful vocal, the dry percussive drums, the infectious swing and the lush chords. As well as the H-Man dub, there are other versions including one from tech house tian Archie Hamilton, a super smooth VIP dub and a Disco Edit that layers in some cosmic arps and leaves the great original vocal intact.
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Played by: Paul Starey
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Just At Night
Just At Night (limited 12")
Cat: HT 18. Rel: 26 May 23
 
Deep House
Lesson 1 (5:52)
Just At Night (5:27)
Just At Night (Niles Cooper remix) (5:33)
Nirvana (3:55)
CDG-MAN (5:41)
Challenger (4:19)
Review: Fresh deep garage house stylings from B From E, who's able to demonstrate they know how to do it just right. The Danish producer/DJ is evidently a treasured fixture of their label Happiness Therapy, who specialise in this kind of stuff, but rarely find so much talent or passion for the styles condensed into a single six-tracker. Topping up the label's 'Just At Night' series, cuts like 'Nirvana' and Niles Cooper's remix of 'Just At Night' and are shuffly piano-housers on the emotive side, recalling the tearjerking and dub-dued feelings of early house artists like the Wamdue Kids, but with an arguably much defter 4x4-garage flair.
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USB001
USB001 (gatefold 2xLP in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: 505419 7957161. Rel: 20 Jun 24
 
Deep House
ItsNotREEAALLLLLLLL (5:29)
BerwynGesaffNeighbours (2:06)
Stayinit (4:37)
Leavemealone (3:46)
Baby Again (5:20)
Rumble (2:22)
Turn On The Lights Again (4:28)
Jungle (3:18)
Admit It (U Dont Want 2) (6:27)
Lights Out (4:48)
Leavemealone (Nia Archives remix) (2:59)
Jungle (Rico Nasty remix) (3:34)
Lights Out (HAAi remix) (6:11)
Review: If there is a more hyped artist in the world right now than Fred... again we aren't sure who it might be. The lad who grew up close to Brian Eno and has since worked with him in the studio is a global star who has also collaborated with Four Tet and Skrillex, played all over the world, won various awards and dropped several albums now presses up his acclaimed USB to gatefold double vinyl. It is a collection of his early singles that captures his lo-fi, lived-in, diaristic sounds across a range of experimental electronic styles.
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Don't Say EP
Cat: DISTANT 007. Rel: 24 Jun 22
 
UK Garage
Don't Say (5:35)
All That Acid (5:11)
Choose One (5:49)
Home (5:31)
Review: Josh is the London producer who is on a blistering run of form right now. His blazing sounds come built on plenty of rugged breaks and now take him to the Distant Horizons label. This one starts with he hardcore garage 2-step of 'Don't Say' with its classic samples and nimble bass dancing about the mix. There is another perfect mix of rough and smooth on 'All That Acid' with its crashing hits but buttery vocal stabs and 'Choose One' then strips things back to a more blissed out garage vibe and 'Home' follows tact with silky chords and rubbery basslines.
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Played by: Danny Moodymanc
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Weekend
Weekend (12")
Cat: HT 19. Rel: 09 Jun 23
 
Deep House
Weekend (4:50)
Cooking Up (4:44)
Gimme (4:59)
Mr Magic (5:46)
Boogie Check (4:36)
Alchemy (5:58)
Played by: Ney Faustini
 in stock $16.51
Soul Of Life (reissue)
Cat: ONLY 24. Rel: 18 Mar 24
 
Deep House
Soul Of Life I (6:34)
Soul Of Life II (5:54)
Soul Of Life III (5:02)
Review: ACME is Jerome Isma-Ae and WJ Henze and they first wrote their 'Soul Of Life' EP in 1998, back when tech house was still new and exciting. It was one of the genre's biggest tunes at the time and has remained ever popular in the years since for the way it draws on sped garage and techno for its vibes. This faithful reissue offers up the tune in three related but distinctive parts so that you have whatever you need at whatever point in the night you may be. We like 'Part II' with its more balmy and heady cosmic chords.
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Played by: Paul Starey
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Miss Tony EP
Cat: HOTC 213. Rel: 26 Jun 23
 
Minimal/Tech House
James Poole - "Miss Tony" (feat Sugur Shane) (6:06)
James Poole & Mizbee - "Inner Child" (5:15)
James Poole - "Juicy Roots" (5:23)
Review: Hot Creations was synonymous with a creamy house sound and poolside vibe that took us all out of the bleak minimal years more than a decade ago. In recent times though it has managed to diversify, which is always important if a label wants to survive its first wave of fame. James Pool does a fine job of exploring new ground here with 'Miss Tony' (feat Sugur Shane) combing big sax energy, high speed drums and sleazy rapped vocals. It sure is fun. With Mizbee he crafts 'Inner Child' which is a shuffling and garage-flecked house cut then solo effort 'Juicy Roots' is another smooth mix of garage and house.
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Bang Waek Bassline EP
Cat: BLKMUSIC 011. Rel: 28 Sep 22
 
Minimal/Tech House
Peeps In The Red Room (6:47)
Whoops! (6:35)
Yaan Bin (6:38)
Someone In Your Garden (6:51)
 in stock $18.39
Ozone
Ozone (luminous vinyl 12")
Cat: TRMNL 006. Rel: 09 Jul 24
 
Minimal/Tech House
Ozone (6:14)
No Return (5:53)
Ozone (Marsolo remix) (6:12)
Review: DXNBY has dropped only one record as far as we can tell, and that was back in 2021 on the Accussi Records label. Now He's back on the fledgling TRMNL with Ozone, a clear luminous 12" with two tech originals and a remix. The title cut is an effervescing cut with fizzy synths and metallic drums underpinned by a pumped-up, garage-leaning beat that never stops shuffling. 'No Return' is more compact but no less physical and again taps into garage styles but with a minimal tech aesthetic. Last of all, 'Ozone' (Marsolo remix) is more cosmic with layers of synth taking into new realms.
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Hexagonal Club Vol 3
VARIOUS
Cat: PNC 007. Rel: 31 May 23
 
Deep House
Groove Boys Project - "Where Is My Love" (6:05)
Tour-Maubourg - "Square Sounds" (6:30)
Flabaire - "Tribute" (feat Frank H Carter III) (6:45)
Madcat - "Hug The Police" (6:52)
Calmos - "Not A Trap" (5:30)
Maoke - "Cosmopolitan" (5:40)
KX9000 - "Complete Dancin'" (5:10)
Mira Lo - "Look What You've Done" (5:03)
THEOS - "Be Mine" (feat Noa Milee) (5:35)
Oden & Fatzo - "Lost In Paradise" (5:18)
Herr Krank - "KlubMusik" (4:59)
Berzingue - "Splendor Box" (5:14)
Cosmonection - "Orcas" (4:42)
Saudade - "Sherman" (6:23)
Fasme - "Body Warming" (5:45)
Vitess - "Head Scan" (6:23)
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Journey To The Star
Cat: TMHLP 001. Rel: 21 Dec 22
 
UK Garage
Highline (5:03)
Asteroid Field (4:40)
Journey To The Star (6:13)
Darkside (5:20)
Sunlight (4:33)
Jupiter's Lullaby (5:01)
Space Yardie (5:59)
History (feat MC Wizkid) (4:17)
Review: Timerhi Records have taken it upon themselves to think of the music they release as reliquary, likening each to an indentation made on the tapestry of history itself (Timehri is a Guyanese Amerindian word for petroglyph). Their latest sonic rock etching comes from much beloved drum n' bass pusher DJ Perception, who makes a complete detour here, swapping out the usual breaks-centrism for funky house, speed garage, 2-step and broken beat. 'Journey To The Star' is made up of myriad lo-fi dance tunes, from 'Darkside' to 'Jupiter's Lullaby', subverting the simplistic elements that historically make up UK dance music and flipping them on their heads. For once, 2-step garage isn't as 'down to earth' as it thinks it is - it's on the moon.
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Played by: Paul Starey
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In The Shadows EP
Cat: TINWHITE 019. Rel: 11 Aug 22
 
UK Garage
Psycho Blud (6:26)
On Fire (6:45)
Sultan (6:45)
Sweet Enough (feat DJ Sunroof) (5:17)
Psycho Blud (Dayne Harper remix) (5:41)
 in stock $14.34
MUSHTRAX 001
Cat: MUSHTRAX 001. Rel: 17 Aug 23
 
UK Garage
Footprint - "Light It Up" (5:50)
Dunman - "Hot" (5:12)
Ash Brown - "Whompa" (5:42)
Review: The brand new Mush Trax label makes a head-turning debut here with some naught garage and house cuts from the depths of Dorset. Footprint opens up with the straight-up shuffler that is 'Light It Up. It's got old school flavours all over it - the piano stabs, the original Chicago house vocal and the melodies. It's the same story with Dunman's 'Hot' with its filthy backless bass stabs, yelping vocal cries and steel-plated US garage drums. Completing this highly effective EP is Ash Brown with another throwback garage anthem in 'Whompa.'
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Kalahari Sunrise (remastered)
Cat: SR 002. Rel: 16 May 24
 
Deep House
Kalahari Sunrise (4:57)
Kalahari Sunrise (Sunrise mix) (7:41)
So Beautiful (7:32)
So Beautiful (Anna-Log mix) (6:29)
Review: Squid Recordings is a dead new label that is only onto release number two with this one but a great one it is too. It takes the form of a remastered reissue of James 'Nylon' Thomas aka Nylosphere's 'Kalahari Sunrise' which first landed more than two decades ago. He has released on the likes of Rush Hour, Velocity and his own Nylon Recordings, and is now back with new music having first retouched this classic. It features a pair of quite different tunes, both well produced and punchy with twisted sonics and analogue driven sounds that still cut it today.
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Feeling EP
Cat: TIN 061. Rel: 30 May 24
 
Deep House
You Take Me (So Far) (3:35)
Feeling (4:46)
The Underground (4:18)
Played by: Paul Starey
 in stock $14.89
Space Is The Place EP
Space Is The Place EP (limited 12")
Cat: DTW 004. Rel: 12 Jun 23
 
Minimal/Tech House
Space Is The Place (6:39)
Space Is The Place (Subb-An remix) (6:39)
Fortune Teller (6:13)
Power Of The Erb (6:14)
Deadline For Red Wine (2:20)
Review: .Aussie DJ/producer Monika Ross delivers a stellar EP of deep and groovy house music on London-based Discotech, a label dedicated to underground sounds. The 'Space Is The Place' EP features four tracks that showcase her talent for crafting smooth and hypnotic rhythms, warm and soulful chords, and subtle and playful vocals. From the uplifting title track to the funky closer 'The Way', Ross takes you on a journey through the cosmic realms of house music on this limited 12' vinyl.
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 in stock $8.09
Cookie Dope EP
Cookie Dope EP (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: COOKIEDOPE 001. Rel: 07 Jun 23
 
UK Garage
Golden Touch (5:59)
Dem Tune Danger (4:36)
Rushmore (6:09)
Bellagio (5:24)
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Hasse's Fabrication EP
Cat: VKR 007. Rel: 24 Nov 23
 
Deep House
Hasse's Fabrication (instrumental) (4:59)
For My Friends (5:43)
For My Friends (DJ Beverage Lusting For Piano remix) (5:41)
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Circuit Rumble
Circuit Rumble (12" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: 777 29. Rel: 23 Mar 23
 
UK Garage
Thanks Felix (2:36)
Fingerclut (5:38)
Final Bout (4:06)
Full Cycle (5:13)
Hisoka (3:57)
Zip Code (feat Matey) (3:26)
Review: A melting pot of UK garage, house and bass, DJ Swagger's latest release on Berlin-based label, 777, is a fascinating exploration in structure and chaos. Opening track, 'Thanks Felix', moves at lightspeed - a thrilling race through a gritty arrangement of blunted kicks, shifting in and out of focus, moving between order and disorder. 'Fingerclut' emerges with an instantly more house-facing feel - a satisfyingly hypnotic groove spirals in a circle motion, featuring a cyclonic gathering of subtle flecks of percussive variation over the course of the track. Offering a spliced, glitched-out take on contemporary bass, 'Final Bout' journeys through moments of airy weightlessness before being thrown back into the growling, driving bass section of the track. The perfect tension builder, 'Full Cycle', is an ingenious tease of a track, skillfully building up to, you guessed it, even more build.
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 in stock $11.25
FORTHCOMING
Only Cuts
Only Cuts (12")
Cat: OCWAX 001. Rel: 26 Jul 24
 
Deep House
Slick Talkin'
Desperado
Whattup
Bein' With You
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