release sheet 11-03-13


New D&B/Jungle Releases

REDSEAL019 – Tokyo Prose – Raised By Wolves – 12″ Vinyl
Following on from the success of the Way Of The Samurai 2 ‘Code Of Honour’ compilation, we have been persuaded by popular demand to release one more of the tracks from the compilation on vinyl. Tokyo Prose ‘Raised By Wolves’ has proved to be the most popular selling digital track from the entire compilation so it is only fitting it gets immortalised to vinyl. ‘Status Anxiety’ is a brand new track from Tokyo Prose that has been getting DJ support across the full spectrum of DnB DJ’s. Once again proving his versatility, this release leaves the world waiting patiently for the debut Tokyo Prose LP in 2013. Released on limited, hand stamped, multi coloured vinyl in an edition of 250 only

a Tokyo Prose – Raised By Wolves
b Tokyo Prose – Status Anxiety

REVREC024 – Sunchase & NickBee – Life Simulator / Full HD – 12″ Vinyl
Revolution Recordings return for the New Year with two brand new tracks from Ukrainian producers Sunchase and Nickbee.  First up on the release is the epic ‘Life Simulator’.  Ghostly atmospherics and resonating Sitars alongside some tribal percussion establishes the tone.  When this one drops, it drops hard.  Deep, low end sub bass combined with twisted, raw sounding leads are the key characteristics here, optimized for a unique journey into the deeper side of Drum and Bass. Next up we have ‘Full HD’ with its dreamy laidback introduction and spine tingling vocals all build to a crescendo of hard hitting Kicks, Snares and warped Bass lines.  It is clear to see Sunchase and Nickbee are not only extremely gifted producers but both are at the cutting edge of modern day Electronic music.  Seriously head nodding stuff!  A must for anyone who likes their D&B that little bit deeper.

a Sunchase & NickBee – Life Simulator
b Sunchase & NickBee – Full HD


New D&B/Jungle Promos

SUICIDE068 – Nymfo – Suddenly – 12″ Vinyl
Nymfo, real name Bardo Camp is the stuff of Dutch legend. With releases on Ram, Metalheadz, CIA, Dispatch etc and numerous on Commercial Suicide, including his debut LP “Characters” Bardo returns with 2 brand new floor fillers, both receiving so much support you couldn’t get anymore fucking support. All the right DJs are smashing it and all the mags love it. Fuck me, is this single big.

a Nymfo – Suddenly
b Nymfo – Air Jacks

PHUD12001 – Digital & Spirit – Phantom Force (Fracture’s Astrophonica Edit) – 12″ Vinyl
Nearly 10 years on from it’s last release, Phantom Audio relaunches on March 11th 2013¬†and what better way to start than to go back to the very beginning! ¬†Originally released on Dec 6th 1999, Phantom Force went on to become one of the legendary dnb anthems, still being heard in sets today. Fracture tears it apart and takes it right into 2013 with a mammoth half-stepping groove, led by those familiar pounding stabs, nervous strings and teasing break edits. Digital & Spirit go to work on Backlash themselves, harking back to an era where the beats where dirty and the mood was heavy for a trademark slice of sub-heavy organised breakbeat chaos. Available on highly limited vinyl and all digital formats.

a Digital & Spirit – Phantom Force (Fracture’s Astrophonica Edit)
aa Digital & Spirit – Backlash (Digital & Spirit Rework)

BMT014 – delPurr & Eraser – Fairytale & Imagine – 12″ Vinyl
Having spent more than seventeen cross-genre years featuring on dance music’s most prestigious imprints, Blu Mar Ten are opening the doors of their own label to a host of fresh young talent emerging from the leftfield of Drum & Bass and beyond. Blu Mar Ten Music (BMTM) is a home for the beautiful and the ugly, the elegant and the awkward, the euphoric and the melancholy. With a growing list of talent delivering a rollercoaster of emotions and armed with a desire to stand out rather than fit in, BMTM is rapidly becoming a label to watch. The fourth release in this new chapter is bought to us by the brand new Slovakian duo, delPurr & Eraser. delPurr & Eraser debut on BMTM with two slices of beautiful, otherworldly dream & bass. Fairytale: Drawing heavily on the tradition of dark, Eastern European children’s stories, Fairytale fuses mutated high & low vocals with dreamlike pianos and a warping bass. Layers of lush, soundtrack synths layer themselves over the tune like giant cobwebs in a dense forest of clockwork percussion. Fairytale is a magical blend of the bittersweet, the disturbing and the sophisticated. Imagine: Reminiscent of Eno’s ‘Apollo’ era, Imagine’s sub-Hawaiian stylings and push-pull breathing of its rhythm sections could easily be the soundtrack to a new moon landing. Lethargic yet precise piano motifs are answered by equally languid guitar lines and underpinned by an oozing, liquid bass. A barely existent percussion section supports the whole fragile structure that threatens to vanish if you try and grab it too hard. Fairytale & Imagine are a perfect demonstration of Drum & Bass’s capacity to deliver elegant, cinematic music that exists outside the mainstream club environment and we’re proud to host this stunning debut from these exciting young producers.

a delPurr & Eraser – Fairytale
b delPurr & Eraser – Imagine


D&B/Jungle Restocks

REVREC007 – Counterstrike – Pierced 
REVREC011 – Nocturnal – Poker Face 
SUICIDE006 – Various – Anything & Everything EP Vol.2 
SECOPS019 – Seba – Too Much Too Soon 

New Dubstep/Bass Music Releases

CHST025 – Cyrus & Distance – Titan / Rude – 12″ Vinyl
With 2013 now well and truly underway, Chestplate look to label boss Distance and fellow South London originator Cyrus to deliver some pure sub-sonic force and kick off the year with a bang. Each time the pairing have collaborated on wax the results have been devastating, with the now classic ‘Surrender’ and ‘Violate’ tracks still as fierce and eminently weighty as they were back in the day. It seems only right that after all these years that they combine on a full 12” together, and it’s with great anticipation that the double headed monster, ‘Titan’ and ‘Rude’ land on Chestplate’s 25th record this February. The release fuses both artists’ inimitable style and production imprint seamlessly with bassbin-battering subs underpinning predatory rolling riffage on ‘Titan’. The metallic resonance of the synthesized guitar line adds a vicious edge that bristles with energy whilst remaining firmly eyes-down; killer sounds that emanate the classic dark and moody Chestplate aesthetic. There is no let up on the flip as ‘Rude’ takes a more sub-frequency driven approach with the track revolving around the sheer power and depth of that colossal bassline. Gargantuan speaker-punching kicks add swing and groove as they alternate position with the high-end percs; minimalist vibrations to rock you to the core, the heaviness of which act as further testament to the longevity exhibited by these two in this now worldwide dubstep scene.

a Cyrus & Distance – Titan
aa Cyrus & Distance – Rude

BFR011 – Genetix – Genetix Part 1 – 12″ Vinyl
After ending last year with successful debut releases from Farkas and LAXX, Biscuit Factory Records returns with its first release of 2013. The first of a two part release sees established Bournemouth based producers, Genetix, bring their sound to the imprint. The A side is Goin’ In. An eerie intro, layered with vocals, quickly leads into an unsuspecting drop. Deep, sub low basslines pulsate throughout with perfectly placed melodic stabs giving the track its undeniable presence in any club. This is Dubstep in its purest form. Mindrise on the flip maintains the moody and sinister feel to this release. Rolling drums and bongos come in straight from the start, leading into a drop that will get you drawing for your best tribal skank. Genetix excellently demonstrate their ability to produce a track that combines both the vintage bass-led sound, along with fresh and crisp percussion. Available as a digital bonus track, 24/7 Reflex is another deep and dark track that oozes with the original half-step sound. Again, Genetix effortlessly merge tribal sounding drums and bongos along with raw, aggressive synths. All three tracks firmly cement the continuing intention and ethos of the label; to keep pushing good quality underground music into an ever evolving scene. They have all being receiving massive support from key DJ’s within the last few months. Featured in Walsh’s and N Type’s sets, they have quickly become sought after tracks by many other producers and DJ’s alike. Support also coming from Hatcha (KISS FM, Sin City Records), Skream & Benga (BBC Radio One) and Youngsta (Tempa, Rinse FM).

a Genetix – Going In feat. Skydro
b Genetix – Mindrise

LTECH003 – Bandshell – Caustic View – 12″ Vinyl
Bandshell makes music akin to impenetrably complex puzzles. With a rhythmically intricate style both coarse & strikingly individual his curious constructions have seemingly little regard for the constraints of the dance floor. The second track on the EP, ‘Perc,’ is featured on Ben UFO’s Fabriclive 67.

1 Bandshell – Winton
2 Bandshell – Perc
3 Bandshell – Nice Mullet
4 Bandshell – Landfill

MUVD004 – Biome – Black Widow – 12″ Vinyl
Macabre Unit Vinyl drops it’s fourth press after the tearing double A-sider from Demon and DCullt back in November, and for this one highly acclaimed master of the dark arts Biome unleashes 3 slabs of soundsystem punishing construction. A trio of very different tracks again prove his ability to push the boundaries in a area often oversaturated with “stale” and unoriginal ideas. Black Widow is a Youngsta favourite, led by hypnotic, rattling drums; tribal, hard hitting and again showing Biome’s versatility within the 140 bracket. Rips and growls leap out unexpectedly from the scuttling percussion, sucking you in to listen more intently. Certainly different, but definately infectious. Straight bass roller! Quasar creeps in tentatively; moody blips tease amongst a subterrainean undercurrent. It swings into action, skippy and high energy with spluttering electro stabs jutting out from a pulsating, bubbling low end. As it progresses it’s shaken up by those infamous, twisted Biome edits. One for the skankers Mystery is a stripped back, minimal affair, deadly in its precision; spacious and menacing. Serious eyes down business, perfectly poised plodding low end, broken by mutant, contorted snarls. A superbly rounded EP

1 Biome – Black Widow
2 Biome – Quasar
3 Biome – Mystery


New Dubstep/Bass Music Promos

TS007 – Grown Folk x Main Attrakionz – Cloud City EP – 12″ Vinyl
Collaborative release from Montreal duo Grown Folk and Oakland, California rappers Main Attrakionz. Both tracks remixed by Kuedo.

a1 Grown Folk x Main Attrakionz – Double M.O.B.
a2 Grown Folk x Main Attrakionz – I.C.E.
b1 Grown Folk x Main Attrakionz – I.C.E. (Kuedo Remix)
b2 Grown Folk x Main Attrakionz – Double M.O.B. (Kuedo Remix)

CIV054 – Reso  – Tangram Remixed – 12″ Vinyl
Reso “Tangram Remixed” features KOAN Sound, Om Unit, Billain and Doshy remixes on the 12″ vinyl plus the digital bundle also includes Starkey, Drop The Lime, DJ Kentaro, Danny Scrilla, Evol Intent and Emperor remixes Tangram Remixed opens with KOAN Sound tackling ‘Axion’, pushing the tracks rhythmic possibilities yet further the OSWLA signed duo switch the glitching beat complexities into halftime stepping bliss. Remixer extraordinaire Om Unit perfectly balances ‘Simple Pleasures’ rich pads and dreamlike atmosphere with a slowfast footwork flux while Neurofunk god Billain delivers an exquisite and rare remix, a highly twisted take on the bass mechanics of ‘Half Life’. Doshy closes the 12″ with his unique neck snapping electro and trap infused rework of ‘Coronium’. The digital package also includes revisions of ‘Check 1,2′ by Philadelphia’s Starkey (Amen breaks and 8 bar grime), 18 year old D&B prodigy Emperor, Munich’s Danny Scrilla (Sub heavy dark, sparse ‘slower than it feels’ 85bpm O.G ’06 bass) and Japanese 2 x DMC world Champion DJ Kentaro (beat-juggling, electro-workout with more edits than you can count) Plus remixes of ‘Ishimura’ by NYC’s Drop the Lime remix  (Dark shuffling techno) and Atlanta’s Evol Intent (hard hitting D’n’B  with a half time feel).

a1 Reso – Axion (Koan Sound Remix)
a2 Reso – Simple Pleasures (Om Unit Remix)
b1 Reso – Half Life (Billain Remix)
b2 Reso – Coronium (Doshy Remix)

MS011 – DJ Madd vs Horace Andy – Cuss Cuss – 12″ Vinyl
Moonshine Recordings is pleased to welcome two new heavyweight players in their roster – dubstep don Dj Madd and very talented TMSV. Both well known in the dubstep scene for their massive original productions as well as reggae mash-up’s and remixes. A side features DJ Madd’s new version of the mighty ‘Cuss Cuss’ anthem by legendary reggae singer Horace Andy. On the flip TMSV on the remix duties transformed the track into a dark, subloaded dancefloor weapon. Mastered by Beau and pressed on a heavyweight 12” vinyl. This one is not to be missed.

a DJ Madd vs Horace Andy – Cuss Cuss
b DJ Madd vs Horace Andy – Cuss Cuss (TMSV Remix)


Dubstep/Bass Music Restocks

CHST024 – Razor Rekta – Bang Ya Door / Kickstart 
LIT002 – Bebop and Rocksteady – Catalunya / Rubber Sophie 
MINDSET013 – Biome – Spawned 

New Electronic/House/Techno CD

CONVEXLP002 – Wraetlic – Wraetlic – CD
Alex Menzies, better known as Alex Smoke, will release a new album in February under a new name, Wraetlic. The Scottish DJ and producer has always had a moody edge to his music, but his new LP shows him getting more introspective than ever before. The self-titled album is a more stylistically open-ended affair than many of his past records, with IDM-inspired beats and his own broody vocals. Much of the record is fueled by his own discontents, from personal issues to political ones. It follows a brief dry spell for Menzies. ”The last couple of years have been annoyingly marred by health issues,” he says. “I couldn’t work nearly as much as I’d normally like. I had composed Faust but had then had a long time not being able to write much, so when I could work again I suddenly felt a new lease of life, a feeling which I hadn’t had since my early days. I think the time away from working probably did me good in hindsight.” Wraetlic will come out on Jon Convex’s label, Convex Industries. In addition to 11 original tracks from Menzies, it includes remixes from Scuba (as SCB), Jon Convex and his Autonomic partner, dBridge. – Will Lynch, Resident Advisor

1 Wraetlic – Anothering
2 Wraetlic – Scunner
3 Wraetlic – Pintlegrist
4 Wraetlic – There Without
5 Wraetlic – Refrain
6 Wraetlic – Skinflint
7 Wraetlic – Hymn To The Departed
8 Wraetlic – The Dearth
9 Wraetlic – Better The Devil
10 Wraetlic – Rats
11 Wraetlic – The Watchful Eye
12 Wraetlic – Scunner (Jon Convex Refix)
13 Wraetlic – Better The Devil (dBridge Advocate Mix)
14 Wraetlic – Rats (SCB Edit)

GCWP01 – Archaetech – Archaetech – CD
Assembled by hand and extremely limited. We’re been (hand) delivered a gift from Franklin De Costas heady and you’d be forgiven to think shady, past. A haze of perpetual smog, quite different from the state of play of todays output. Clearly the Gent got properly lost with his sonics, tackling static and whispy fuzz adjusted onto lurking discordant notes. Slipping into the Archaetech realm we get initiated with smoldering industrious sub intertwined in distorted lowend throb. Derelict happenings get submerged into solitary confinement picking at an unbalanced mental state. Five minutes in you realise this is going to get well grim. Lo Fi specifics rub shoulders with intermittent dub influences chatting about, and talking amongst themselves. With a thick cerebral tone these nuisance loops freak havoc discombobulating with scantily clad reverb. Anyone would think this hombre got a tape delay for Christmas. Rhythms within rhythms get caught in the crossfire, misjudged paths and long scathing rasps plug away delving further to a core of oddness. Well its safe to say its a thorough glare of warped mind boggling fare, clearly not for everyone but isn’t that the point?

1 Archaetech – Eins
2 Archaetech – Zwei
3 Archaetech – Drei
4 Archaetech – Vier
5 Archaetech – fÅnf
6 Archaetech – Sechs
7 Archaetech – Outro


New Electronic/House/Techno Releases

SAIGON009 – GoldFFinch – Funky Steppa (Trusta Remix) / Outer Twigs (Policy Remix) – 12″ Vinyl
LTD Copies pressed on Transparent Green 12” vinyl housed in a Hand-Stamped inner sleeve. The return of GoldFFinch on Saigon Recordings with remixes of two tracks from their 2 part EP series from last year. First up is a rework of Funky Steppa arguably the Belgian duo’s biggest tune to date on a club level with huge DJ support from the likes of Boddika [], Jackmaster, Oneman and more – Stepping up on the remix duties is none other than resident Swamp 81 producer TRUSTA with a psychedelic monster of a relick. On the flip POLICY fresh from his superb album on Rush House attacks ‘Outer Twigs’ to sublime effect, taking the original framework and truly making the track his own, it’s a journey you won’t want to come back from…

a GoldFFinch – Funky Steppa (Trusta Remix)
aa GoldFFinch – Outer Twigs (Policy Remix)

NKD004 – Breach & Dark Sky – The Click / Fallout – 12″ Vinyl
Available on very limited hand stamped 180gram vinyl. The result of a creative coming-together of two very different producers, Breach and Dark Sky present the somewhat unexpected sounding ‘The Click’ on Naked Naked. As the fourth EP from the imprint, which has seen the release of label boss Breach’s ‘You Won’t Find Love Again’ and Breach and Midland’s collaborative ‘101 & Somewhere EP’ previously, ‘The Click’ continues to champion UK sounds in line with the London imprint’s aesthetic. Long term admirers of each other’s work, ‘The Click’ originated after Ben Westbeech invited the Dark Sky trio to work on his forthcoming album. With four creative brains in the studio eager to showcase their sound and a variety of production techniques to match Westbeech’s hardware-laden workspace, it soon became clear that the results were feeling more suited to his Breach project. And so, NKD004 was born. Title track ‘The Click’ draws you into some seriously dark house production with a clanging, muted heartbeat introduction. The first vocal soon gives way to an addictive, yet ominous, groove where distant hisses, unsettling chatters and swarming flies create an altogether disconcerting dance floor atmosphere. ‘The Click’ is a track whose heavy bass pads, dissonant, swelling stabs and fleeting vocal interjections will drive you to the very darkest club corners. B-side ‘The Fallout’ is an altogether more elevating affair. Here, harmonic synths, soft key arpeggios and garage-tinged vocal and percussion work give way to an irresistibly sultry breakdown.

a Breach & Dark Sky – The Click
b Breach & Dark Sky – Fallout

12DVMUTE3 – Diamond Version – EP3 – 12″ Vinyl
Diamond Version craft music that’s somehow simultaneously futuristic and archaic. On the surface, its static effervescence and mechanistic precision evoke the march of technology and the sinister detachment of late capitalist society. But it affects listeners on a more instinctive level, interfacing directly with the nervous system and rendering the polyphonic chatter of the body’s impulses crisp and cold. There’s something oddly permanent about they rhythms they unearth, as though they’re simply tapping into a deeper pulse that’s always been present within their circuitry. Diamond Version is a collaborative project between two of the most groundbreaking, experimental and forward thinking operators in modern music, Olaf Bender and Carsten Nicolai. As joint heads of the Berlin-based label Raster-Noton and with solo projects Alva Noto (Nicolai) and Byetone (Bender), for over a decade they have been releasing work that spectacularly blurs the lines between the visceral and the conceptual, bridging the gap between gallery and dancefloor. ‘Turn On Tomorrow’ is the third instalment in the series of EP releases from the project that will result in the release of an lone player late Spring.

a Diamond Version – Turn On Tomorrow
b1 Diamond Version – Sense Of Urgency
b2 Diamond Version – Turn On Tomorrow (Version)


New Electronic/House/Techno Promos

TEAL008 – Bakradze – Where Time Forgot / Jungle of Mystery / Every Possibility – 12″ Vinyl
New Georgian talent Bakradze hits Teal with a three-tracker. ‘where time forgot’ is a grooving house killer. ‘Jungle of Mystery’  is a strong slap of techno euphoria. Closing out is the tripping ‘Every possibility’ epic. Big Tip.

a Bakradze – Where Time Forgot
b1 Bakradze – Jungle of Mystery
b2 Bakradze – Every Possibility

GCW04V – Arnaldo – Left My Heart Some Place Grooved EP – 12″ Vinyl
Greta Cottage Workshop spend plenty of time & money hunting down that perfect cardboard sleeve (it’s an OCD thing). Hand stamped and/or painted, each one unique. Low runs a speciality. Dapper vinyl repositories, designed to make you covet that disc – Record Sleeves…. not just glorified paper bags. These are the sounds of Arnaldo: The missing forth member of the Three Muskateers continues his dulcet theme, with murky yet well executed space bumps that flux mercifully around his groove. The new gear accommodates his personal pace, extending musicality with somber melody yielding hefty legroom, enough to work those muscles. Holiday where you can see the Stars sets about to untangle this rather large and looming impendence. Beautifully amending itself into a lulling state of calm. Delicately blasting you into an unknown and distant inner light. The night sky opens brightly, unearthing a spirit in-tuned with the stars, ethereal and grounded – bounded by solid ground. Its sadness can make you feel happy, to cut a long story short. I left some Groove whips up a frenzy of gentle pace with a firm nod to the end of night throne, which Greta seems to capture more than most. A mood finisher of the highest degree, hypnotically dreamy, subtle and misty. A jam bound to be whistled long after the lights come on at the end of a capably emotional evening. Vibes shift into heads down stance, hypnotically skilled our man Arnaldo reaches for his South American Roots. Check this homage to the surliest and most rambunctious of deep house. Left my Heart some place warm serves up a belter of high end rhythmic bounce. Easily qualifying for the attention demanding spotters that note, having respect dealt from the rest of the folk. Pursuing no rush to make his point, left my heart glides channeling infectious recondite pulses with lastingness Beneath the surface Dub pacer Water in Spanish glides off of a sharp bend, tricky low end percussion bubbles away as the groove intensifies growing more concentrated in its enticement. Subterranean deep-seated brain funk, ingrained and slightly unrestrained – a body pumping floater. Think chain reaction admiration without trying to imitate but provide a service in upholding the strong foundations already set in stone by that pair of channel blokes.

a1 Arnaldo – I Left Some Groove
a2 Arnaldo – Water In Spanish
b1 Arnaldo – Left My Heart Some Place Warm
b2 Arnaldo – Holiday Where You Can See The Stars

ACLBL007 – Severn Beach – Stitches EP – 12″ Vinyl
For the next release on Audio Culture we’re happy to present Severn Beach, a new moniker for the already well established Bristolian, James Fox. On the Stitches EP Severn Beach displays an impressive level of constraint and confidence while exploring the more stripped back yet detailed, rugged and tougher territories of house and techno.

a Severn Beach – Stitches
b1 Severn Beach – Pressure Waves
b2 Severn Beach – Do The Vortex

PCRA003 – Jabru, Blacksmif & Juno Sutton & MTD – Last Days of Rome / Gavelock / Solace State – 12″ Vinyl
Paradise Club Recordings are due to serve up another eclectic EP later this month – their first selection of what they have in store for 2013 – and it’s one that furthers the label’s trend of showcasing the many different styles at their disposal from their current roster. Label stalwart Jabru kicks things off with ‘Last Days of Rome’, an aptly-titled cut that begins by traipsing through ambient swells and looms, only to then brew up a truly decadent, central dancehall rhythm. The so-real-you-can-taste-it narrative of featured vocalist and LV collaborator Joshua Idehen also lends the lyrical side a distinct sense of tangibility that serves to genuinely build upon the track’s woozy atmosphere more and more as the story progresses. Bristol’s Hodge is on hand for the remix, and whilst his take is deceptively similar initially, Jabru’s tune is given a much more bass-inclined edge once it drops and it makes for a heart racing affair by all accounts. The EP takes a house-driven swerve with the final two tracks – Blacksmif’s ‘Gavelock’ has lasers sniping constantly from one end of the track to the other, allowing for its gloriously infectious groove to carve its way nice ‘n easy straight down the middle. Equipped with ‘Solace State’ (a joint effort courtesy of PCR up-and-comers Juno Sutton & MTD) and its jumping melody that blossoms with a truly sublime vocal break, both tunes utilise many of the tropes associated with the modern house of the moment, and it’s safe to say with the dance world’s current fascination on the slightly weirder side of the subgenre at full capacity, finishing the EP off with this one-two punch was most definitely a damn good idea.

A1 Jabru Ft. Joshua Idehen – Last Days of Rome
A2 Jabru Ft. Joshua Idehen – Last Days of Rome (Hodge Remix)
AA1 Blacksmif – Gavelock
AA2 Juno Sutton & MTD – Solace State


Electronic/House/Techno Restocks

ACLBL001 – Presk & Cinnaman – Sweat 
ACLBL002 – Hackman & Tessela – Now I’ve Lost My Number 4 
GREC024V – Disclosure – The Face EP 
PCRA001 – Bruh Jackman / Juno Sutton & MTD / Jabru – Of The Sun / Syzygy / Induction 
PCRA002 – Blacksmif / Juno Sutton / Jabru / MTD & Dutty Dan – One Man & His Lighthouse / Butterfly Stitched / Stranded 

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