release sheet 01-04-13

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New D&B/Jungle CD





RAT001ALB – Deekline & Ed Solo – Bounce N Shake – CD x 2
Deekline & Ed Solo step up with their debut LP, the insanely eclectic, genre-defying, zeitgeist-defining Bounce ‘N’ Shake. Some albums are for introspective listening, others for putting on in the background while you do the housework or homework. This one is for dropping on the turntables when you’ve just opened the doors on the hottest house party in town and need to get the evening started with a boom. Rifling through booty bass, jungle, soul, breaks, dubstep, drumstep and drum ‘n’ bass with the kind of assurance one might expect from DJs who have sent bodies flying round the room at club venues across the globe for more than a decade, the UK production duo drop a no-nonsense selection of bass music anthems to get your hands in the air as the low-end frequencies move your derriere. This one is the very definition of all killer, no filler: a boisterous, brazen and occasionally barmy trip into the world according to Deekline & Ed Solo. An antidote to chin-stroking hipster beats that are about as likely to get anyone on the dancefloor as Jesus is to be elected the next president of Switzerland. A spectacular achievement, and an album likely to join the pantheon of great dance music long players, Bounce and Shake is a rare beast in these times of throwaway singles, a 24-track double album that bears repeated listens and works just as well in the home as in the club.

CD1 1 Deekline & Ed Solo – Gloria feat. Christina Nicola -
CD1 2 Deekline & Ed Solo – Bad Boys feat. Top Cat -
CD1 3 Deekline & Ed Solo – Always R.I.P feat. Donna Dee -
CD1 4 Deekline & Ed Solo – All Gravy feat. Darrison -
CD1 5 Deekline & Ed Solo – Reload feat. Million Dan -
CD1 6 Deekline & Ed Solo – Hey Mr DJ feat. Christina Nicola & Sporty-O -
CD1 7 Deekline & Ed Solo – Can’t Take feat. Rubi Dan & Gala -
CD1 8 Deekline & Ed Solo – You Don’t Love Me (No No No) -
CD1 9 Deekline & Ed Solo – Countdown feat. Nu Jam -
CD1 10 Deekline & Ed Solo – Hold your Head up High feat. Gala Orsborn -
CD1 11 Deekline & Ed Solo – Dancehall Tribute feat. Tenor Fly -
CD1 12 Deekline & Ed Solo – Weekend Lover feat. Christina Nicola -
CD1 13 Deekline & Ed Solo – Can’t Hide It feat. Hardy Hard -
CD1 14 Deekline & Ed Solo – Champion Number 1 feat. Million Dan & Kidd Money -
CD1 15 Deekline & Ed Solo – Together feat. Sweetsounds -
CD1 16 Deekline & Ed Solo – You Can Be My Night -
CD1 17 Deekline & Ed Solo – I Like Girls feat. Sporty-O -
CD1 18 Deekline & Ed Solo – Blaze It Up feat. Million Dan -
CD1 19 Deekline & Ed Solo – Gimme (A Piece Of That Booty) feat. DJ Assault -
CD1 20 Deekline & Ed Solo – City To City feat. Darrison & Rubi Dan -
CD1 21 Deekline & Ed Solo – Shake The Pressure (Marten Horger Remix) -
CD2 1 Deekline & Ed Solo – Hey Mr DJ feat. Christina Nicola & Sporty-O (KMFX Remix) -
CD2 2 Deekline & Ed Solo – Hold Your Head Up High feat. Gala Orsborn -
CD2 3 Deekline & Ed Solo – Champion Number 1 feat. Million Dan Kidd Money -
CD2 4 Deekline & Ed Solo – Shake That Ass Trick (Martin Horger Remix) -
CD2 5 Deekline & Ed Solo – Can’t Take feat. Rubi Dan & Gala Orsborn -
CD2 6 Deekline & Ed Solo – Can’t Hide It feat. Hardy Hard -
CD2 7 Deekline & Ed Solo – Gimme A Piece Of That Booty feat. Assault -
CD2 8 Deekline & Ed Solo – Reload feat. Million Dan -
CD2 9 Deekline & Ed Solo – I Like Girls with Dustin Hulton feat. Sport-O & Vic Bynoe -
CD2 10 Deekline & Ed Solo – You Had It All (Blow Out) -
CD2 11 Deekline & Ed Solo – Bad Boys feat. Top Cat -
CD2 12 Deekline & Ed Solo – You Can Be My Night -
CD2 13 Deekline & Ed Solo – City To City feat. Darrison & Rubi Dan -
CD2 14 Deekline & Ed Solo – You Don’t Love Me (No No No) feat. Gala Orsborn -
CD2 15 Deekline & Ed Solo – Blaze It Up feat. Million Dan -
CD2 16 Deekline & Ed Solo – Always R.I.P. feat. Donna Dee (Eddie K & minus Remix) -
CD2 17 Deekline & Ed Solo – Ridin feat. Afrowhitey (Specimen A & James D Ley Remix) -
CD2 18 Deekline & Ed Solo – Weekend Lover feat. Christina Nicola -

 

New D&B/Jungle Releases





APEXXID001 – Felix K – The A – 12″ Vinyl
Limited white label release from Apexx Recordings

a Felix K – The A
aa Felix K – Forsaken




COMMERCIAL007 – Detail – Exhaustion – 12″ Vinyl
Detail is 20 year old Daniil Marin from Kiev, Ukraine. Initially Influenced by Technical Itch, Detail has carved out a niche for himself and stepped up his production skills to create world class dnb with dance floor production power. With releases already on C.I.A., Proximity and support from Noisia, The Upbeats, Break & Klute and forthcoming releases on: Symmetry, Dispatch, Utopia Music & Demand – Detail is definitely a brand new talent soon to be on everyones lips. Daniil is also a keen amateur health & fashion photographer and one day hopes to contribute to the readers wives section of Fiesta.

a Detail – Exhaustion
b Detail – Resonance




DISSSLP001PT3 – Survival & Silent Witness – What I Need / Fletcher (Drum Intro Mix) – 12″ Vinyl
Survival and Silent Witness strike with the 3rd and final vinyl / single installment of ‘In from the Wild’ with 2 dance floor hurters to round the package off in fine style; “What I Need” epitomises their trademark production style to its fullest while “Fletcher” on the flip starts of in a rather deceptive fashion… that is until the drop switches it in to an all round power-house array of drum switches and pounding low end b-line! Huge support on the album from pretty much every like-minded artist in the scene including three BBC Radio 1 air plays on select tracks to date on DJ Friction’s show… We can’t wait to unleash this masterpiece of an album in full on the 25th of Feb 2013. Some quotes received from our peers in the scene about the full album itself… BTK: “Wicked album, hard to pick up a favorite… :) Big ups!” Ulterior Motive: “Sounding wicked!” Xtrah: “They went IN! Great work” SPY: “Wicked LP” Cold Fusion: “So many weapons on here, really spoilt for choice! A strong body of work, with a rich and diverse selection of tunes. Think I’ll have to live with it a while before picking a favourite but cant see this one leaving the bag for a while! Great stuff!” Spinline: “Amazing album, you can hear how much work has been put into this” Mikal: “Wow! Each and every tune is all going in the bag, all brilliant” Chris SU: “Fantastic album”

a Survival & Silent Witness – What I Need
aa Survival & Silent Witness – Fletcher (Drum Intro Mix)

 

New D&B/Jungle Promos





NB007 – Killla Mosquito Ft. Mr Williamz – Ganja (Marcus Visionary Remixes) – 12″ Vinyl
Marcus Visionary at his best!!! Jungle Don Marcus works his magic on this remix of Killa Mosquito’s Ganja, with Mr Williamz on vocals. For those that love the reggae Jungle this is a must!

a Killla Mosquito Ft. Mr Williamz – Ganja (Marcus Visionary Remix)
b Killla Mosquito Ft. Mr Williamz – Ganja Dub (Marcus Visionary Remix)




DIS065 – Hybris – The Gravitron EP – 12″ Vinyl x 2
Artwork design thanks to John Aronson.

a Hybris – Gravitron
b Hybris – Understand Now
c Hybris – Losing It
d Hybris – Uproot

 

D&B/Jungle Restocks


SIG006 – Calibre & Singing Fats – Drop It Down 
SIG007 – Calibre & High Contrast – Mr Majestik 
CRIT068 – Ivy Lab – Afterthought / Brat 

New Dubstep/Bass Music Releases





MEDI058 – Swindle – Do The Jazz – 12″ Vinyl
DEEP MEDi are very happy to announce the signing of a new member to the family. Swindle has been cutting his teeth on various labels such as Planet Mu and Butterz fusing his unique style of Grime, Funky & Dubstep, he has had some recent underground success with ‘Ignition’ feat. Footsie and Nadia Suliman on his own label Swindle Productions. Swindle came to the attention of the MEDi camp by fellow Anti Social member Silkie. Silkie & Swindle have been working closely in the studio recently, which inspired the recent collaboration on Butterz and earlier this year a mix they worked on for Mixmag. Swindle’s ‘Do the Jazz’ EP unites Swindle’s love of the Funk with his twisted rave sensibility and innovative production skills that make people unable not to shake a leg in the dance. ‘Do The Jazz’ has been getting support and radio play from the likes of Mistajam, Annie Mac & Toddla T, due to it’s pure energy! Don’t be fooled by the hypnotic jazz lick that lulls you into a false sense of security only for the ferocious bass line and piercing rave stabs to tear you limb from limb, pow! ‘Under The Sun’ continues where ‘Do the Jazz’ finished off, Swindle once again lures you in with his trademark funk fusion only for you to be caught off guard and slapped in the face by a rave synth that would put The Prodigy to shame followed by a keyboard lick straight out of Zapp’s ‘More Bounce To The Ounce’. Finally Swindle lets loose the much talked about ‘If I Was A Super Hero’ which sounds like a collision of Prince, George Clinton and Dr. Dre on a 140 tip, Slow, low, lean back, G-funk!

a Swindle – Do The Jazz
b1 Swindle – Under The Sun
b2 Swindle – If I Was A Super Hero




OSMUK027EP – Kryptic Minds – Namaste EP – 12″ Vinyl x 2
The long awaited Badman VIP finally sees a vinyl release – individually numbered in silver foil and pressed on 180g. Never being ones to rest on their laurels and constantly pushing the envelope with their productions, Kryptic Minds switch things up again for the latest offering on their own Osiris Music UK imprint. “Nebula” is a juddering, mechanized piece that rasps from one earth shaking kick to the next, sprinkled with dark ethereal FX and what could be described as trademark eerie stabs. Further experimenting with the 4X4 blueprint, “To Feel” draws suspense during a formidable intro and then plunges down into menacing bass snarls and swaying syncopation which sit on a plateau of pristine sub bass pressure and industrial FX. – Written by Jim Syte

a Kryptic Minds – Nebula
b Kryptic Minds – To Feel
c Kryptic Minds – Badman VIP
d Kryptic Minds – Namaste




DRUNK030 – Zhou – Locust Tree – 12″ Vinyl
Zhou is a UK soundsystem act formed of digital stepper Ishan Sound and Amos, one half of Hip Hop duo Jabu. Both are members of Bristol based crew Young Echo, whose members also include El Kid , Kahn & Vessel, as well as a sprawling extended group of Djs and vocalists. Shows are focused around a continuation of soundsystem culture and an aim to uphold certain key values in a time where dance music in general is moving in increasingly rapid cycles. 2013 will see the second physical release via the mighty Punch Drunk and a number of individual and collaborative releases including a Young Echo album with RAMP.

a Zhou – Locust Tree
b Zhou – Locust Dub

 

New Dubstep/Bass Music Promos





APHAVIP003 – Machinedrum – Clissold VIP – 10″ Vinyl
Jungle Juke? Astrophonica conclude their three-part, experimental VIP series by inviting Machinedrum to give his own take on the label’s search for a new sound. Clissold VIP sees the now Berlin-based, globe-trotting producer add his unique touch to Fracture & Neptune’s original by taking the track into frenetic yet hazy vibes. As with the two previous VIPs, this release pushes at the seams of established genres to deliver a musical experience that’s truly boundary breaking. Machinedrum’s own experiments with tempos and genres in recent years have put him at the forefront of a small group of producers who are pushing things forward, alongside the likes of Om Unit who featured on the second VIP. As with the previous two releases, Machinedrum’s Clissold VIP will be available as a limited edition of 300 x 10″ one-sided vinyl with 2 colour screen printed and hand numbered sleeves. Clissold VIP was exclusively aired on Gilles Peterson’s BBC 6 Music show and has since had support from Om Unit, dBridge and Daedelus.

1 Machinedrum – Clissold VIP




RNF001 – DJ Madd Ft. G. Rina – Never 2 Late / Murder Dub – 12″ Vinyl
DJ Madd’s entrenched passion for roots music has led to many of his productions over the last five years exhibiting strong creative influence from the genre. Perhaps most notably on the acclaimed and increasingly rare ‘WAR’ white label series, Madd melded together timeless, sun-drenched dubby vibes with the harder-edged bite and suffocating bass pressure of dubstep; a perfect fusion of styles that has stood the test of time. As a continuation of his dedication to the hybrid sound, this spring sees the inauguration of his brand new imprint, ‘Roots & Future’, a label established to deliver the freshest cuts of reggae-flavoured dubstep on full vinyl and digital release. Madd himself is set to kick off proceedings with 001 featuring two original beats created specifically for the project. Encapsulating pulsing dancefloor energy and a vibrant sonic palette, the A side ‘Never 2 Late’ features Japanese vocalist G.Rina, with her playful melodies intertwining with rich brass fanfares and dread-weight basslines. On the flipside ‘Murder Dub’, crisp halfstep rhythms swing below driving saxophone riffs before escalating into a full-blown skanker, punctuated with off-beat chords and a healthy application of sub frequencies. Due to land late March/ early April on manila sleeved 12” plates, these heavyweight tracks signal an exciting start for Roots & Future, with plenty more of the best in reggae- infused dubstep music on the horizon.

1 DJ Madd Ft. G. Rina – Never 2 Late
2 DJ Madd – Murder Dub

 

Dubstep/Bass Music Restocks


HFT009 – Joy Orbison – Hyph Mngo 
WHEELYDEALY035 – LX One – Losing Control / On My Own 
NMN006 – Perverse – Echolocation / Tempest 

New Electronic/House/Techno Releases





2NDRP12021 – Alex Coulton / Youandewan – FutureFoundations Part1 – 12″ Vinyl
After 20 superb 12” single releases over five and half years in the game, UK label, 2nd Drop, is proud to present its first compilation, Future Foundations, featuring a mixture of established artists who have graced the label previously, alongside a handful of exciting new acts generating some serious hype on the scene right now. This compilation is the first of many that will bear the Future Foundations title. We have assigned each 12” with a number, “Foundation 1, Foundation 2” and so on, viewing these chunks of superb music as the foundations of an on-going, multi-layered aural concept that will document the rich and varied output of the label and its artists for the foreseeable future. The compilation presents eight exclusive tracks that sleekly demonstrate the quality, variety and depth of sounds the label has come to be known for; new sounds from familiar faces begins with the deep, lush techno/house of Youandewan, then a beautiful torch song from LV & Dan Bowskill, followed by Pedestrian’s synth-funk houser and the textured techno of Djrum, terminating with a creeping leviathan from South London Ordnance. The first artist making his debut on 2nd Drop is Manchester’s Alex Coulton with his stuttering techno machinations, followed swiftly by Last Magpie who presents a superb number that shifts, skanks and weaves throughout, frantically culminating in the balls-out juke of Brighton’s Manni Dee & Deft. And finally, we wanted the artwork to be something special, timeless and iconic. We were lucky enough to stumble across the bold abstractions of Adam Daily, an artist from Philadelphia, who now lives in New York State and exhibits frequently and widely. Adam likes to produce big, bold and beautiful pieces, bursting with colour and vibrancy, working big geometric shapes via painting, photography, collage and digital techniques. We think he’s a badman! http://adam-daily.com/

a Alex Coulton – Grande Swing
b Youandewan – Faith




2NDRP12022 – LV & Dan Bowskill / Pedestrian / Last Magpie – FutureFoundations Part2 – 12″ Vinyl
After 20 superb 12” single releases over five and half years in the game, UK label, 2nd Drop, is proud to present its first compilation, Future Foundations, featuring a mixture of established artists who have graced the label previously, alongside a handful of exciting new acts generating some serious hype on the scene right now. This compilation is the first of many that will bear the Future Foundations title. We have assigned each 12” with a number, “Foundation 1, Foundation 2” and so on, viewing these chunks of superb music as the foundations of an on-going, multi-layered aural concept that will document the rich and varied output of the label and its artists for the foreseeable future. The compilation presents eight exclusive tracks that sleekly demonstrate the quality, variety and depth of sounds the label has come to be known for; new sounds from familiar faces begins with the deep, lush techno/house of Youandewan, then a beautiful torch song from LV & Dan Bowskill, followed by Pedestrian’s synth-funk houser and the textured techno of Djrum, terminating with a creeping leviathan from South London Ordnance. The first artist making his debut on 2nd Drop is Manchester’s Alex Coulton with his stuttering techno machinations, followed swiftly by Last Magpie who presents a superb number that shifts, skanks and weaves throughout, frantically culminating in the balls-out juke of Brighton’s Manni Dee & Deft. And finally, we wanted the artwork to be something special, timeless and iconic. We were lucky enough to stumble across the bold abstractions of Adam Daily, an artist from Philadelphia, who now lives in New York State and exhibits frequently and widely. Adam likes to produce big, bold and beautiful pieces, bursting with colour and vibrancy, working big geometric shapes via painting, photography, collage and digital techniques. We think he’s a badman! http://adam-daily.com/

c1 LV & Dan Bowskill – Livin’ Up
c2 Pedestrian – Sliding Down Rainbows
d Last Magpie – Without You




2NDRP12023 – Djrum / South London Ordnance / Manni Dee & Deft – FutureFoundations Part3 – 12″ Vinyl
After 20 superb 12” single releases over five and half years in the game, UK label, 2nd Drop, is proud to present its first compilation, Future Foundations, featuring a mixture of established artists who have graced the label previously, alongside a handful of exciting new acts generating some serious hype on the scene right now. This compilation is the first of many that will bear the Future Foundations title. We have assigned each 12” with a number, “Foundation 1, Foundation 2” and so on, viewing these chunks of superb music as the foundations of an on-going, multi-layered aural concept that will document the rich and varied output of the label and its artists for the foreseeable future. The compilation presents eight exclusive tracks that sleekly demonstrate the quality, variety and depth of sounds the label has come to be known for; new sounds from familiar faces begins with the deep, lush techno/house of Youandewan, then a beautiful torch song from LV & Dan Bowskill, followed by Pedestrian’s synth-funk houser and the textured techno of Djrum, terminating with a creeping leviathan from South London Ordnance. The first artist making his debut on 2nd Drop is Manchester’s Alex Coulton with his stuttering techno machinations, followed swiftly by Last Magpie who presents a superb number that shifts, skanks and weaves throughout, frantically culminating in the balls-out juke of Brighton’s Manni Dee & Deft. And finally, we wanted the artwork to be something special, timeless and iconic. We were lucky enough to stumble across the bold abstractions of Adam Daily, an artist from Philadelphia, who now lives in New York State and exhibits frequently and widely. Adam likes to produce big, bold and beautiful pieces, bursting with colour and vibrancy, working big geometric shapes via painting, photography, collage and digital techniques. We think he’s a badman! http://adam-daily.com/

e Djrum – Blue & Blue (Voodoo)
f1 South London Ordnance – Daphne
f2 Manni Dee & Deft – This One, The Art Of The Impossible




DIODE001 – ASC – Solenoid EP – 12″ Vinyl
ASC’s brand new imprint, Diode, kicks off with 3 techno tracks. Full of vibrance and the usual production nuances we’ve come to expect from ASC over the years. Solenoid is the lead track and gets straight down to business with no messing about. Heavy kicks, keys laden with fx, and snappy percussion make this a firm floor tune. On the flip, we have the moody and sinister Release, which flirts with darkness, and backing it up is the essential Carrier. 3 standout tunes from a name synonymous with quality electronic music.

a ASC – Solenoid
b1 ASC – Release
b2 ASC – Carrier




NONPLUS022 – Boddika & Joy Orbison / Kassem Mosse – Think And Change LP Sampler 1 – 12″ Vinyl
Sampler 1 brings us one of the most sought after tunes of the year, Joy Orbison and Boddika’s ‘Mercy’ has been given the VIP treatment by Boddika and it’s been doing damage on dance-floors world-wide since it’s inception. On the flip, Kassem Mosse brings his exclusive flavour back to the Nonplus camp with ‘Broken Patterns’, a mesmeric journey through evolving melodies and drum programming.

a Boddika & Joy Orbison – Mercy (Boddikas VIP)
b Kassem Mosse – Broken Patterns




877005 – Dom 877 – Do It Right – 12″ Vinyl
Dom returns to 877 Records with the Do It Right EP. Already tried and tested on the dancefloor, Do It Right kicks off with a UK Garage/House crossover. Solid bass, chopped vocals and lush pads blend to make a floor-filling anthem. Klic (aka Medlar, Wolf Music & PMR) then brings his own unique remix of Do It Right, full of Juno chords and skippy drums. Watch out for more from this man in the very near future! Rounding off the EP is Mansion, an altogether deeper House affair. Make sure you listen to this one with your sub on as a laptop just aint gonna cut it! Tribal drums and a sweeping sub have caught countless party goers unaware already! Todd Edwards – “Really feeling the original mix. Love that bassline” SKREAM – “SICK! Love this!” Riva Starr – “Nice deep vibes on this EP, original is my fav for sure, Mansion has a nice tribaly groove too” With support from B Traits, Kode9, Doorly, Throwing Snow, Catz n Dogz, Audiojack, Marcus Nasty, Eliphino, Brackles Redlight, MixMag and more.

1 Dom 877 – Do It Right
2 Dom 877 – Do It Right (Klic Remix)
3 Dom 877 – Mansion




SCREALEP001 – Ulrich Schnauss – ‘I Take Comfort In Your Ignorance’ Remix EP  – 12″ Vinyl
Ulrich Schnauss has pulled in influential electronic artists/producers ASC, Tycho, Arovane to remix track ‘I Take Comfort In Your Ignorance’ from his new album ‘A Long Way To Fall’: Tycho, San Fransisco based artist/producer (Ghostly International) ASC aka John Clemens (Auxillary Records) who Schnauss recently collaborated with on the 77EP. German producer /artist Arovane contributes two reworks here.

a1 Ulrich Schnauss – I Take Comfort In Your Ignorance (ASC remix)
a2 Ulrich Schnauss – I Take Comfort In Your Ignorance (Arovane AMX1)
b1 Ulrich Schnauss – I Take Comfort In Your Ignorance (Arovane AMX2)
b2 Ulrich Schnauss – I Take Comfort In Your Ignorance (Tycho remix)




WNCL013 – Bobby Champs – Krenshaw – 12″ Vinyl
When WNCL012 hero, Kevin McPhee, dropped the unreleased Bobby Champs dubplate of “Krenshaw” in his Boiler Room set last year, the Cassette Library instantly knew that they had found their lucky star for WNCL013. With his trademark boxy drum sound littering the contents of this EP, the man who likes “…making songs that make you want to dance” has done it again.

a1 Bobby Champs – Krenshaw
a2 Bobby Champs – Stanton Shuffle
b1 Bobby Champs – City Boy
b2 Bobby Champs – Bureau

 

New Electronic/House/Techno Promos





MMANIK001 – Steve Digital – Manik Mash EP – 12″ Vinyl
There was once was a spider named Roger Mor. He lived a quiet life in the English countryside until the raves of the early 90′s. He began to munch lots of random things that he found of these fields. As a result of this munching he evolved into something mother nature did not design…..A manic spider raver called MOR MANIK MOR MANIK SAYS; ‘I WEAVED DIGITAL INTO MY WEB AND I DIDN’T LET HIM OUT UNTIL HE PRODUCED THE GOODS’

a Steve Digital – Break A Take
b1 Steve Digital – Mac Attack
b2 Steve Digital – Wasp Killer




ACLBL008 – Lrusse & Bleecker – Peier Field EP – 12″ Vinyl
Audio Culture tap back into the creative pool of Bristol for a collaboration between two new alter egos: Lrusse & Bleecker. Lrusse is the new solo project of Ed Bayling, of Behling & Simpson the bristolian champions of slow-house burners, while Bleecker is the more 4×4 driven guise of fellow bristolian Wedge. The result of this collaborative effort are three tracks of chunky, slow, heavy analogue vibes with an abundance of atmospherics.

a Lrusse & Bleecker – Peier Field
b1 Lrusse & Bleecker – Angiogram
b2 Lrusse & Bleecker – Contact




NONPLUSLP004PLATE1 – Boddika & Joy Orbison / Lowtek – Think And Change Plate 1 – 12″ Vinyl
Plate 1 of the ‘Think & Change’ box set.

a Boddika & Joy Orbison – &Fate
b Lowtek – The Rhythym (Remix 2)




NONPLUSLP004PLATE2 – Four Tet / Boddika – Think And Change Plate 2 – 12″ Vinyl
Plate 2 of the ‘Think & Change’ box set.

c Four Tet – For These Times
d Boddika – Beats Me




NONPLUSLP004PLATE3 – Quivver / Straight Intention – Think And Change Plate 3 – 12″ Vinyl
Plate 3 of the ‘Think & Change’ box set.

e Pearson Sound – Quivver
f Endian – Straight Intention




NONPLUSLP004PLATE4 – Joy Orbison / Kassem Mosse – Think And Change Plate 4 – 12″ Vinyl
Plate 4 of the ‘Think & Change’ box set.

g Joy Orbison – Big Room Tech House Dj Tool – TIP!
h Kassem Mosse – IP Mirrors




NONPLUSLP004PLATE5 – Instra:mental & dBridge / Martyn – Think And Change Plate 5 – 12″ Vinyl
Plate 5 of the ‘Think & Change’ box set.

i Instra:mental & dBridge – White Snares
j Martyn – Bad Chicago

 

Electronic/House/Techno Restocks


GREC024V – Disclosure – The Face EP 
SHADES008 – Elson David – The Awakening EP 

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