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On My Way
On My Way (12")
Cat: INSTINCT 28. Rel: 27 Nov 23
On My Way (5:15)
Don't Stop Now (4:40)
Find Da Cure (5:46)
Extender (4:50)
Review: DJ Crisps is starting to make some handy garage moves after a couple of various artists' appearances and a fine EP on Time Is Now Germany in July. Now they link up with Oldboy who appeared on Burnski's other label Vivid back in 2022. As you should expect these are four hardcore and rudely garage cuts with plenty of swagger, naughty samples and bass-face potential. 'On My Way' is the standout with its shuffling one-two drum punch, distant police sirens and warped basslines underneath a timeless and irresistible female vocal full of soul. A summer scorcher for sure alongside three more very useful weapons.
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Tags: UK Garage | Bassline
 in stock HK$104.18
Trip EP
Trip EP (12")
Cat: MYOM 002. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Trip (8:09)
Airlock (4:55)
Sick Flips (7:10)
Space (4:41)
Review: Make Your Own Meaning continues to convey its unique techno message with a new statement of intent from label head Lurka. The artist has been busy of late and continues to be on a roll with another fascinating four tracker that genuinely serves up some original sounds and rhythms. 'Trip' gets things underway with organic percussive patterns stacked up over drilling bass to make for a prickly groove. 'Airlock' is similar but darker and heavier and 'Sick Flips' keeps the nimble feel going with dancing perc, rigid synths and scratchy sound effects all coalescing over broken drum patterns. Last of all is another dense, busy and multi-layered melange of tiny percussive sounds, synths and clipped rhythms that will make any floor move.
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 in stock HK$108.20
Untrue (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: HDBLP 002. Rel: 02 Nov 07
Track 1 (0:43)
Archangel (3:58)
Near Dark (3:54)
Ghost Hardware (4:49)
Endorphin (2:57)
Etched Headplate (6:00)
In McDonalds (2:07)
Untrue (6:16)
Shell Of Light (4:41)
Dog Shelter (3:00)
Homeless (5:18)
UK (1:41)
Raver (4:58)
Review: Seven years have passed since Burial first stopped us dead in our tracks with this universally acclaimed second album.. Sounding so different, so removed and far away from anything else, it changed the game entirely - and created a whole school of imitators in its wake. Now repressed by Hyperdub, this is a rare opportunity to grab it on fresh wax. Even if you have this on other formats in your collection, the dusty weight and chasmic crackles sound so much better on vinyl.
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 in stock HK$144.95
Cat: HDBLP 024. Rel: 01 May 14
Shanzhai (For Shanzhai Biennial) (feat Helen Feng)
Loading Beijing
Hainan Island
Dragon Tattoo
Forbidden City
Shanghai Freeway
Jade Stairs
Review: Multidisciplinary artist Fatima Al Qadiri aligns with Hyperdub to release Asiatisch, a keenly anticipated debut album that's described as a "simulated road trip through an imagined China". First coming to prominence on the UNO label in 2011, Al Qadiri has subsequently provoked critical acclaim for the 2012 Desert Strike EP for Fade To Mind that played on her time spent living in Kuwait as a child, while her work under the Ayshay moniker for Tri Angle explored vocals in a unique manner. Asiatisch expands on the political themes of Desert Strike in a new and unexpected way, and acts as a homage to the style of grime known as "sinogrime". Asian motifs and melodies are prominent throughout whilst conceptually Al Qadiri runs through "the fantasies of east Asia as refracted through pulpy Western pop culture". If that wasn't enough to sell you on the concept, opening track "Shanzhai" is a "nonsensical Mandarin" language cover of Sinead O'Connor's "Nothing Compares 2 U".
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 in stock HK$79.68
Voice Crash
Voice Crash (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: TIMEDANCE 029. Rel: 14 Nov 23
Voice Crash (5:20)
151 (4:08)
Fussyhead (6:57)
Review: Bristol's Hodge is one of those producers with a signature style no matter the genre he makes. He's an adept studio craftsman who designs sounds in a way few others do and he shows that again here with this fresh 12" on the mighty Timedance. 'Voice Crash' opens up with clanking great hits over minimalist beat frameworks that are always on the move, and you will be too. '151' is a more manic and dense arrangement with malfunctioning loops, knackered synth mutations and whirring effects all making for something fairly mind-blowing. Last of all is 'Fussyhead', a percolating and potent rhythm underpinned with lashings of UK bass.
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 in stock HK$110.25
Lip Locked
Cat: ORO 005. Rel: 02 Nov 23
Lip Locked (6:57)
Just Look At The Rain (5:14)
Review: The moment 'Lip Locked' throws its hulking, lunging, jacking kick drum at you it's pretty clear this understandably rather hyped collaboration between two dons of crossover tones is going to be worth every penny. Then the hypnotic monotoned hook lands, adding a definite air of dance floor cheekiness, and the deal is well and truly sealed. The fact you can flip it to find 'Just Look At The Rain' is really just a bonus, then. But what a bonus it is. A far more staccato, broken affair that takes the tempo up a notch, and uses its breakdowns for purely percussive tension-building purposes, it's a dream of a 'UK club' tune, for want of a better phrase, calling on elements of hardcore breaks, dubstep, and garage-techno to offer something that occupies that all-too-elusive place between seriousness, fun, noise and energy.
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 in stock HK$87.81
Kindred EP
Cat: HDB 059. Rel: 08 Mar 12
Ashtray Wasp
Review: ** REPRESS ALERT ** Given that his sound has now been referenced, copied and bastardised by countless imitators, is testament to Burial's enduring appeal that the announcement of a new EP on a Sunday in Febuary was enough to shake the online music press out of their collective stupors. As an EP it more than stands up to his previous work, and it may even be better than last year's Street Halo EP - where the brilliance of the title track left the EP quite top-heavy, there's no such complaints on Kindred. If UK garage was the touchpoint for his earlier releases, this EP sees Burial further developing a sound that has few obvious points of comparison, whether it's the savage, gnarled bassline of the title track, or the shambling house of "Loner", characterized by its hollowed out arpeggio and ambient crackle. But it's "Ashtray Wasp" that provides the most breathtaking moment, seeing the producer using the distinct musical language he's created and bringing confident melodic elements into play. Of course such descriptions seem trivial when trying to describe this EP - even for Burial it's far beyond what his peers and imitators could ever imagine making.
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 in stock HK$71.44
Cat: YTLP 060. Rel: 30 Jun 11
Hold On
Trials Of The Past
Right Thing To Do
Something Goes Right
Ready Set Loop
Never Never
Go Bang
 in stock HK$153.18
Dubplate #3: Smoke Dub
Cat: MYD 003. Rel: 16 Jan 23
Survivial Dub (4:45)
Smoke Mari (5:11)
There Is No Love (5:24)
Zatoichi's Troubles (6:06)
Review: The latest drop in the Mysticisms Dubplate series welcomes back Persian for another round of reggae-inspired electronics. Once again the artist draws from across a spectrum of bass, digidub and breaks and also throws some jungle into the melting pot. Opener 'Survival Dub' is powered by classic breakbeats and great mic work that is sure to liven up any party. 'Smoke Mari' then slows it down to a fat dub with a vocal sample from a well-known smoker's anthem with plenty of mind-melting effects and stepping rhythms. On the flipside is 'There Is No Love' with a prime junglist drop and last of all comes 'Zatoichi's Troubles' which has devastating bass.
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 in stock HK$106.14
Deep Blue Bass
Cat: DEL 13. Rel: 21 Mar 23
The Conference (3:05)
Item By Item (4:02)
Wet Dub (3:01)
Not Loved (3:52)
Isla Morada (3:46)
Original Stalker (4:30)
Rude Light (3:30)
Review: Froid Dub's new album Deep Blue Bass on French label Delodio is as deep as the Mariana Trench. The bubbling bass and gurgling synth lines bring a new aesthetic to digi-dub that places you at the centre of the cavernous and aqueous sound worlds. Mystic synth leads take the mind away up top as those bottom ends rumble on in an atmospheric fashion. Tunes are subtle marbled with acid lines and echoes, digi-dub bleeps and icy hi-hats that all help oil the rhythms and accent the basslines. A superb work.
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 in stock HK$181.70
LOVE (12")
Cat: NMBRS 47. Rel: 27 Nov 15
LOVE (3:43)
Just Like We Never Said Goodbye (2:55)
 in stock HK$104.18
Your Eyes EP
Cat: SYSTM 047. Rel: 08 Dec 23
Your Eyes
Eight Times Eight
Review: Coming up on Innamind, Killa Sound and Moonshine Recordings, Ago has been flying the flag for soundsystem innovation in the scene where dubstep still pushes forwards and the connection to traditional dub values remains at the forefront of the practice. It makes perfect sense he's now been snapped up by V.I.V.E.K's System label then and he arrives on the label with four outstanding cuts pushing at typical 140 forms and offering something wholly unique. 'Your Eyes' keeps plenty of space in the half-step rhythm, but the springy synth out front runs with an urgent double time which elevates the impact of the track. 'Crippling' is a more claustrophobic pressure cooker, while 'Eight Times Eight' turns out a leftfield strain of steppas before 'Riverwind's techy propulsion brings the record home in outstanding fashion.
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 in stock HK$112.31
Maschera (limited 12")
Cat: BSUN 010. Rel: 29 Nov 23
Maschera (6:22)
Trappola (6:25)
Specchio (6:20)
Maschera (KRSLD remix) (5:44)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock HK$93.89
Rodent (10")
Cat: HDB 113. Rel: 21 Sep 17
Rodent (4:28)
Rodent (Kode9 remix) (4:47)
 in stock HK$61.25
Boss (gatefold 4xLP)
Cat: SWAMPLP 002. Rel: 19 Nov 13
Boss Skank
We Are There
We're There
Review: Only Swamp 81's second full length release in its four year lifespan thus far, Boss is Dave Jones' third transmission for Loefah's label under the Zed Bias moniker after debuting on Swamp in 2011 with the now sought-after double pack Stubborn Phase. Like that release, Boss sees Jones engage in more of the sort of heavy set garage-indebted house music he's so good at. Tracks like "Eingang", "Boss Skank" and "We Are There" (which features the vocals of house legend Roy Davis Jr) could easily slot into most contemporary house sets, while the likes of "Ye", "Cupper", "We're There" and "Flamm" offer the kind of darker, more syncopated material that will have fans of muscular bass music salivating.
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 in stock HK$93.89
Ton Tan EP
Cat: SCUFFWAX 007. Rel: 19 Apr 23
Ton Tan (4:32)
Ba Ba Bash (4:59)
Brainstorm (4:44)
Ton Tan (Tim Reaper remix) (5:35)
 in stock HK$104.18
The Chunky EP
The Chunky EP (limited heavyweight vinyl double 12")
Cat: SWAMP 022. Rel: 04 Sep 12
Experiment 727
Review: The Mancunian tones of Swamp81's resident MC Chunky are well known to those who tune in to the label's Rinse FM show on a regular basis. However, this debut EP, forwent any kind of vocal showcase for the kind of hefty, refined fusion of garage and techno we've come to expect from Loefah's empire. Arriving as a 12" doublepack featuring four tracks, The Chunky EP shows Chunky to have the production chops to match his skills on the microphone, showcasing a wide range of influences channeled through a uniquely dark mood; "Decca" is a straight up piece of rolling deep house with a shadowy basement vibe, while "Experiment 727? recalls the syncopated techno of Bambounou or Boddika's leaden beats, while on the second 12?, "Thang" is a masterclass in stripped back garage mechanics, and "Rugged" provides a lo-fi beat that ploughs the darkest recesses of instrumental grime for inspiration.
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 in stock HK$48.90
In Colour (remastered)
In Colour (remastered) (LP in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: YT 229LP2. Rel: 11 Dec 20
Gosh (4:51)
Sleep Sound (3:49)
SeeSaw (feat Romy Madley Croft) (4:32)
Obvs (3:49)
Just Saying (1:23)
Stranger In A Room (feat Oliver Sim) (3:01)
Hold Tight (4:00)
Loud Places (feat Romy Madley Croft) (4:45)
I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times) (feat Young Thug & Popcaan) (3:29)
The Rest Is Noise (5:06)
Girl (4:00)
 in stock HK$153.18
36 26 36 Sampler 2
36 26 36 Sampler 2 (coloured vinyl 10")
Cat: CONVEX 009. Rel: 29 May 13
Soft Ice
Pretty Boy
Soft Ice (remix)
Played by: Mark Forshaw, Tr One
 in stock HK$24.40
Yesterday Is Heavy
Yesterday Is Heavy (gatefold 180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: YIH 001LP. Rel: 16 Sep 22
Another Sketch (3:50)
Be Cool (feat Little Dragon) (4:04)
Vera (Judah Speaks) (4:30)
Leave It (feat Charlotte Day Wilson) (3:44)
September (4:20)
To The Floor (feat BADBADNOTGOOD) (3:10)
Backwards (feat Sampha) (4:07)
What If? (feat Skiifall) (3:08)
Colours (4:12)
About Us (feat Elmiene) (3:16)
Still (feat Sampha & Ghetts) (4:01)
Ends Now (feat Serpentwithfeet) (2:43)
Review: Made over the course of 10 years, Yesterday Is Heavy is the sound of Lil Silva stepping outside of his comfort zone to deliver a much anticipated debut album. Having worked alongside Mark Ronson, Adele and more, the Lil Silva story is now coming full circle with heavyweight guest appearances from the likes of Sampha, Ghetts, Little Dragon and serpentwithfeet, while Benji B was on hand to offer some musical direction. All those extra ingredients are a bonus, but at heart this is Silva's record through and through, and it serves as a perfect declaration of all he has achieved in his glittering career to date.
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 in stock HK$159.26
Blush (white vinyl LP)
Cat: WSDMLP 002W. Rel: 05 Nov 21
Sistine (Plucks) (3:30)
On Deck (3:34)
Brushes (5:23)
Verge (3:53)
Iso Stream (3:40)
Diving Birds (with Parris) (5:25)
Blush (3:56)
Low Bridge (Lights) (2:47)
 in stock HK$104.18
Cat: MTR 035LP. Rel: 01 Aug 13
The Mark (interlude)
Bad Kingdom
Let In The Light
Clouded (interlude)
Damage Done
This Time
Review: Given the hype that surrounded the release of the first Moderat set back in 2009, we can surely expect more of the same for this second outing from Apparat and Modeselektor. Those familiar with the first album's woozy blend of IDM, Thom Yorke indebted vocal dreaminess, porchlight techno and post-dubstep rhythms will immediately feel right at home. Online reviews have focused largely on II's atmospheric warmth, and the way in which the Berlin-based trio seems to have refined their sound. Both are valid critiques; certainly, there's a maturity and musical complexity to the album that betters much of their previous works. It's not much of a dancefloor set, but that's entirely the point; this is locked-in headphone listening for the wide-eyed generation.
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Played by: Toki Fuko
 in stock HK$120.45
Pool (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: ITLP 09. Rel: 09 Jun 21
Nvivo (5:35)
Stone Cold 369 (5:58)
LFO (4:58)
Rdvnedub (6:14)
CZ3000 Dub (6:19)
DJ Camo Bro (5:56)
Collapse Casual (4:28)
Breathing Method (5:54)
Ozone (4:56)
Rio Dub (5:43)
Testo BC Mashup (6:50)
Dolan Tours (6:37)
Absence (5:15)
60681Z (6:18)
Crosssection (4:46)
Harrison Ford (5:01)
Pepper Boys (6:13)
Fourth (5:27)
Review: Munich based producer Bryan Mueller aka Skee Mask presents his latest album titled Pool, via local imprint Ilian Tape which follows up his LP Compro which came out three years ago. There's an extensive collection of sonic experiments on offer on this one, such as opening cut 'Nvivo' which goes down an IDM route, to the glassy eyed rave euphoria of 'LFO', the intelligent drum and bass reductions of 'Rio Dub' and UK influenced steppers like 'Crossection'.
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 in stock HK$371.63
Process (heavyweight vinyl LP + CD)
Cat: YTLP 158. Rel: 03 Feb 17
Plastic 100C (5:14)
Blood On Me (4:08)
Kora Sings (4:13)
(No One Knows Me) Like The Piano (3:37)
Take Me Inside (2:23)
Reverse Faults (4:14)
Under (4:39)
Timmy's Prayer (4:24)
Incomplete Kisses (3:54)
What Shouldn't I Be? (3:33)
Plastic 100C (CD)
Blood On Me
Kora Sings
(No One Knows Me) Like The Piano
Take Me Inside
Reverse Faults
Timmy's Prayer
Incomplete Kisses
What Shouldn't I Be?
Review: Having previously worked with SBTRKT, Kanye West, Drake, Jesse Ware and Frank Ocean, amongst others, Sampha is no newcomer. This, though, is the British singer, songwriter and producer's debut album, and it's something of an understated gem. One particularly enthusiastic reviewer called it "an R&B album for the ages"; while that may be pushing it a bit, there's no denying that Process is an impressive collection of tracks. The beats are inventive, the electronics crisp, the samples carefully chosen, and the musical touches pitched just right. At the centre of it all stands Sampha, delivering thoughtful, heartfelt and sometimes poignant lyrics in his wonderfully evocative voice.
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 in stock HK$159.26
Body Score EP
Cat: RLX 001. Rel: 14 May 23
Soulz (5:46)
Bodies (5:55)
Mind (5:03)
Review: Re:ni and Laska's RE:LAX imprint is off to a flying start as Laska takes the lead with this uncompromising 150BPM three-tracker. Club-primed heaviness sitting somewhere between electro, techno and bass music, each cut fixes a firm focus on percussive funk and hypnotic grooves. 'Soulz' goes heavy on the switches and ear-blurring hang drum hits, 'Bodies' goes all-out dark side while 'Mind' is a full physical trip that borders on squat party techno. Handle with caution.
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 in stock HK$112.31
Brake Fluid
Cat: WHYT 069. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Review: London-based, Australian producer Surusinghe is next up on Tasker's AD93 label with a thrilling mix of worldly rhythms and earth shattering bass. It is only a year since this artist debuted but already she sits at the top table with a sound so physical it cannot be ignored. Breakbeat, techno, bass and more are all chewed up and spat out in her meticulously cross-pollinated sound hybrids. Heavyweight opener 'Bop' has crushing bass and wiggling synths, 'Bet' has hints of UK funky in the drum patterns and flip side joint 'Boka' will twist floors inside out before 'Brain' is a more slow and purposeful full body workout.
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 in stock HK$114.27
Street Halo
Cat: HDB 013. Rel: 24 Mar 11
Street Halo
Stolen Dog
Review: Repress alert! Wednesday: Hyperdub announce a new three track release from enigmatic producer Burial - his first solo work in four years. Thursday: Said records arrive on Juno doorstep. How's that for service (and secrecy)! The news came just a matter of days after the producer's collaboration with Radiohead front man Thom Yorke and Four Tet arrived on record shelves across the UK and promptly sold out amidst a frenzy of hype. There are three new tracks on offer here, namely "Street Halo", "NYC" and "Stolen Dog". First up "Street Halo" showcases the classic Burial sound; subterranean bass gurgles, trademark clicking beats and barely-there vocal snatches. A sweet childlike vocal pervades the sonic mist on "NYC" while "Stolen Dog" closes out with ethereal vocal harmonies buried deep beneath vinyl crackle. Stunning.
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 in stock HK$71.44
Escapology (translucent orange vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HYPLP 004. Rel: 02 Feb 23
Trancestar North (0:51)
The Break Up (4:00)
Toxic Foam (2:49)
Orbex (4:22)
Angle Of Re-entry (1:13)
Freefall (1:40)
In The Shadow Of Ben Hope (0:20)
Sim-darien (1:46)
Cross The Gap (2:41)
Uncoil (3:49)
Astro-darien (1:24)
Lagrange Point (3:36)
Docking (1:04)
Torus (3:33)
T-divine (1:57)
Review: While Kode 9 has forever been on the cutting edge, pushing bass culture and surrounding discourses to the very limit, Escapology is without doubt the Hyperdub boss's most conceptual and boundary-blurring body of work to date. Part of a wider project which involves a game, an installation and layers of political discussion and concerns, his fourth album is part soundtrack, part ambient immersion and part club bangers. Ice cold and jarring at points ('Sim Darien', 'Astro Darien'), mindbogglingly heavy and physically flippant at others ('Uncoil', 'Lagrange Point'), Escapology commands full attention as it sucks you deeper and deeper into Kode 9's pragmatic and concerned vantage point. An album that will keep on giving for many many years to come.
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 in stock HK$126.62
95 Mindjeres
95 Mindjeres (limited LP in hand-painted sleeve)
Cat: P 053. Rel: 17 Nov 23
E COMO? (4:13)
Deep (2:43)
Caiomhe (1:40)
To La (5:18)
Pose (3:14)
Sukuku (2:24)
95 (3:42)
Cp (3:09)
Mindjeres (3:20)
Abcd (3:33)
Paradise (3:00)
 in stock HK$189.93
PFTD (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GMN 002. Rel: 17 Aug 23
PFTD (3:08)
PFTD (instrumental) (3:18)
Bliss (4:12)
Review: Contender for one of the biggest 140 tunes of the year, Halogenix and Strategy's 'PFTD' finally sees wax justice and sounds even heavier than it has before. Praying for the dead with every sharp Manny bar, Strategy works his lyrical magic over Halogenix's Lordel-style swagger, it's been a sure-fire festival favourite ever since. Comes complete with 'Bliss', another highly strung 140 piece laced with more tension than an elastic band testing factory. Halogenix has been on a roll this year.
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 in stock HK$122.41
Flora Resonantia
Flora Resonantia (limited 12")
Cat: TRULE 023. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Hedera (6:30)
Oxalis (6:09)
Aquilegia (6:44)
Paeonia (5:35)
Review: As Trule approaches the occasion of its 25th EP, Alpi is given the nod to take care of a sublime new four-tracker. This is an EP of stylish and subversive techno that is meticulously designed and all named after plants. The rhythms are suggestive rather than in your face but never fail to lock you in while you gaze at the fresh synths and unusual sound designs all around. 'Hedera' is first up and floats on air with skittish hits and detuned chords, then 'Oxalis' slows to a crawl that melts the mind. 'Aquilegia' has a sub-aquatic dub techno feel and 'Paeonia' is a double-time stepper.
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 in stock HK$93.89
Cat: ISLA 33. Rel: 03 Mar 23
Somaesthesia (5:40)
Dream Resumption (feat PS) (4:44)
Schlesi Boat (5:14)
Visitation (feat Florian TM Zeisig) (4:56)
Review: Enigmatic collective PVAS return to Isla Canada with an exploration of the idea of gut instinct - 'Somaesthesia'. As always, the vibe is offkey, freeform and buried in equal measures of low end and tension. The title track sets a woozy scene with a smothering, bewitching atmosphere before things build up in a variety of strange ways... 'Dream Resumption' starts as a techno wriggler before taking a u-turn into breakbeat territory, 'Schlesi Boat' is a voyage into the vortex while 'Visitation' closes on an ocean of fractures. Beguiling.
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 in stock HK$134.76
Peloid EP
Peloid EP (12" + insert + sticker)
Cat: WSR TPZ1. Rel: 30 Oct 23
Shapeshift (5:30)
Bad Habits (5:14)
Gaudy (5:25)
Maudlin Lakitu (6:30)
Review: Toupaz is a new name on our radar but he'll stay firmly on it after this release on forward-thinking London label, Well Street. The EP kick-starts with a fusion of techno, bass and club rhythms spliced with brilliantly bubbly toms & synths that fall down the face of broken beats. The flip side explores a new take on UK funky with whirring machines and fractured vocals, whilst the closer 'Maudlin Lakitu' features the most experimental and skeletal rhythms of the project.
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 in stock HK$102.12
Hot Pot Totto
Hot Pot Totto (transparent red marbled vinyl LP)
Cat: PHNTM 033LP. Rel: 05 Oct 23
Hakke Yoi (3:27)
Shogyu Mujo (4:00)
The Tower (3:22)
Religion Surfer (2:47)
Eye Candy Man (3:25)
Buri Buri (feat Catu Diosis) (3:11)
Okame & Hyottoko (3:00)
RIP My Ego (3:39)
Bad For My Soul Good For My Ego (3:43)
Dopamine Dance (1:05)
Hashtag Smile (3:47)
Review: Shigeru Ishihara aka DJ Scotch Egg and Kiki Hitomi (ex-King Midas Sound) return with their beguiling but ultimately groundbreaking 'minyo footwork' project, WaqWaq Kingdom. For those who haven't been here before, the name itself says it all - albums from this duo are like stepping through the wardrobe into a different realm packed with fantasy and exoticism, yet fully committed to the dance. "Two words are conjoined: hot pot and ottotto," says Kiki Hitomi of the album title. "Ottotto is the Japanese equivalent of 'oops', or said when someone nearly falls over but manages to get their balance back: it was dangerous but now we are safe!" Musically, that sounds like upbeat, staccato kicks carrying hallucinogenic melodies, samples and sounds, at times descending into weird manic broken pop ('Buri Buri') and low slung, growling, stepping urban breaks ('The Tower'). Formidable, surprising, and infinitely pleasing.
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 in stock HK$159.26
For Spirits
Cat: ALSD 001. Rel: 05 Jul 23
Traverse (5:26)
In Tongues (5:07)
Foraged In The Margins (1:41)
For Spirits (5:19)
Through The Glass (3:50)
Review: Batu has long been in a class of one when it comes to crafting meticulously hi finely rhythms and sounds. He now steps out to launch his own new label A Long Strange Dream, with a five track EP that runs the stylistic gamut from ambient to raw and futurist techno. Churning bass and hefty hits one up 'Traverse' which rides on a menacing bassline and is action packed from front to back. 'In Tongues' is a thumping technoid banger and 'For Spirits' is a wild rhythmic work out with disrupted low ends and groaning synths. 'Through The Glass' is the Beatles closer that allows you to catch your breath.
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 in stock HK$114.27
Transmissions Part 1
Cat: MTLP 0012A. Rel: 12 Jun 23
Do You Know This Record Marius? (6:11)
Overdog (8:46)
Pink Matter (4:21)
M&M (7:20)
Roata (3:36)
Review: Romanian duo Khidja, known for their eclectic and adventurous blend of disco, krautrock, post-punk and psychedelia, lay down a fresh mini-album in the form of Transmissions Part 1. The first part of a series of releases to come via the label Malka Tuti, it's an impressive exercise in ricocheting, futuristic chuggage, recalling the krauty electronic janks of classic experimenters like Cluster, while bringing them to a freshly danceable, EBMmy context.
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 in stock HK$132.70
Infirmary (12")
Cat: FRO 010. Rel: 20 Jul 23
Kode 9 - "Infirmary" (5:30)
Burial - "Unknown Summer" (9:53)
Review: Heavyweight heroes Kode9 and Burial are no stranger to working together having done so to great success on FABRICLIVE 100 back in 2018. They don't actually collaborate on this one, though, instead serving up one side each of a new 12" for Fabric. As experimental artists with a penchant for drawn from the UK hardcore continuum you roughly know what to expect - fresh rhythms, emotive sounds designs, compelling rhythms. The 140g 12" comes in both limited edition and standard black vinyl versions, and both have bespoke 3D design with the fabric logo printed on reverse board heavyweight card.
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 in stock HK$118.39
Rhythm Is Memory
Rhythm Is Memory (limited LP)
Cat: KINDER 016. Rel: 07 Nov 23
Pre Dawn (5:33)
Tactilia (5:01)
Play (4:43)
V7 (5:30)
Roll (4:23)
Lurk (5:00)
Tunnel Visions (3:52)
Mother Tongue (4:46)
2008 (3:57)
 in stock HK$151.12
Raven (gatefold clear vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 320I. Rel: 10 Feb 23
Washed Away (3:40)
Happy Ending (4:15)
Let It Go (4:11)
On The Run (5:00)
Missed Call (4:02)
Closure (3:20)
Contact (4:34)
Fooley (2:54)
Holier (4:20)
Raven (4:21)
Bruises (4:38)
Sorbet (5:33)
Divorce (3:23)
Enough For Love (4:12)
Far Away (4:31)
Review: 'Raven' is the name of the largest species of crow in the corvid family of birds. It's also the name of the second upcoming studio album by Kelela, which comes a whopping six years after her debut Take Me Apart - making this a hotly-awaited LP to say the least. Describing the album as an expression of loneliness as a black femme working in the dance music industry, she's made sure to bring along plenty of company, making this a largely collaborative affair. You've got Kaytranada, LSDXOXO, AceMo and Fauzia on there, all working in ultra-glossy, emotive future takes on dancehall, breakbeat and ballad.
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 in stock HK$191.89
Corner Wax Volume 2
Corner Wax Volume 2 (limited 12")
Cat: CORNERWAX 2. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Clear Thoughts
Confused Thoughts (feat Stereo Silence)
Be Louder
Review: After helping mint the first Wax Corner release in 2022, Osipenko Bus Stop is back with a whole 12" of revivalist garage that taps into the best qualities of the genre while equally doing its own thing. 'Be Louder' is a tightly wound workout which cuts between skippy 2-step and breakbeat drops with some weirdo synth twists and rave stab turns, making for a patchwork jam that slots into the current zeitgeist while stepping to one side of the pack. 'Clear Thoughts' favours classic organ chord samples chopped nice n' tight, powered by a bumping bit of 4x4 which will never do you wrong in the club.
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Played by: Paul Starey
 in stock HK$106.14
Where R U
Where R U (12" in hand-stamped sleeve (indie exclusive))
Cat: PTKF 14561. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Nightworld (3:21)
Mr Speaker (5:05)
Tune In Tune Out (4:14)
Seams (6:26)
 in stock HK$85.75
Pink (half-speed mastered)
Pink (half-speed mastered) (limited 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: TEXT 018. Rel: 01 Dec 15
Locked (8:16)
Lion (8:50)
Jupiters (5:46)
Ocoras (5:14)
128 Harps (4:45)
Pyramid (8:17)
Peace For Earth (11:07)
Pinnacles (8:12)
Review: Originally released digitally in 2013, Pink collated a series of 12" releases from Kieran Hebden issued over an 18 month period on his Text label. Hebden and record club and subscription service Vinyl Me, Please have teamed up to give Pink a double vinyl release for any Four Tet fans that weren't quick enough to nab those 12"s at the time. There is plenty of classic Four Tet to be had here too. "Jupiters" experiments with swung garage beats in an unmistakably UK Bass style, while "128 Harps" is a whipcrack MPC workout given his light melodic touch and "Peace On Earth" is a beatless 11 minutes of analogue kosmische. But it's the centrepiece of Hebden's Fabriclive mix, the brilliantly moody "Pyramid", and the loose limbed jazz-house of "Pinnacles" that really set this album apart from his other long-playing efforts, two examples of timeless dance music which demonstrate why after nearly 15 years in the game Hebden is only improving with age.
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 in stock HK$214.43
Playing Robots Into Heaven
Playing Robots Into Heaven (limited gatefold white vinyl 2xLP + poster (indie exclusive))
Cat: 559688 6. Rel: 21 Sep 23
Asking To Break (2:52)
Loading (4:45)
Tell Me (4:57)
Fall Back (4:00)
He's Been Wonderful (3:21)
Big Hammer (3:58)
I Want You To Know (4:42)
Night Sky (3:35)
Fire The Editor (4:05)
If You Can Hear Me (2:12)
Playing Robots Into Heaven (3:40)
Cmyk (3:32)
Footnotes (4:40)
I'll Stay (3:46)
Postpone (3:35)
Klavierwerke (4:52)
Tell Her Safe (3:20)
I Only Know (What I Know Now) (4:59)
Don't You Think I Do (3:10)
Love What Happened Here (5:29)
At Birth (4:30)
Curbside (4:15)
Review: Maintaining his trajectory into the upper echelons of alt-pop with carte blanche to do as he pleases, James Blake returns with his sixth studio album Playing Robots Into Heaven. From his brief dalliance with the post-dubstep underground into his sombre strain of electronic indie songwriting, Blake has confounded expectations at every turn and the drop of lead single 'Big Hammer' should maintain that trend. There's no big vocal turn from his delicate voice, but rather a twitchy, sub-loaded beat somewhere on the outer edges of trap with some diced up MC samples, pointing to an exciting foray into unpredictable waters from a truly gifted major league maverick.
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 in stock HK$285.78
Hallucinogen (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WAP 387. Rel: 11 Dec 15
A Message (3:49)
Gomenasai (3:30)
Rewind (3:59)
All The Way Down (4:30)
Hallucinogen (2:21)
The High (5:43)
 in stock HK$130.64
Archetype (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: AQU 006LP. Rel: 22 Jun 23
Archetype (feat O The Ghost) (5:20)
Ode 2 Reverb (5:47)
4Seasons (feat Rocks FOE) (4:34)
Don't Tip Me Over (feat Fatima) (5:20)
Lost In The Function (4:37)
Ikigai (feat Mala, Marysia Osu & Yuis) (4:59)
Grief (feat Lex Amor) (4:09)
Pedal Bike (3:34)
Sisyphean (feat O The Ghost) (3:47)
Rago's Garage (feat Shabaka Hutchings) (3:47)
Do I Keep Going? (4:24)
Adrenaline/Oxygen (9:06)
Review: By now, it should be more than well-known that Joe-Armon Jones and Maxwell Owin are two of UK's jazz's most prominent and deserving fixtures, with the former having made a name for himself as part of outfits like Ezra Collective, and the latter for his unique blend of jazz and future garage. Together, they have an unmatched synergy; not staying too rooted in the potential quagmire of jazz alone, Archetype is a critical exploration of genre, as both Armon-Jones and Owin segue through explorations of their favourite non-jazz genres (dub, funk, garage, hip-hop) as "archetypes", paying homage to their infleunce on the music they make now. Guest features from Mala, Fatima, Lex Amor and O The Ghost cement this notion of tribute and versatility, making for a serene and virtuosic albu that best falls under the category of "jazzifyer".
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 in stock HK$193.95
Threads (2xLP)
Cat: CIV 059. Rel: 22 Oct 13
Folding Shadows
The Silence (feat Jinadu)
Healing Rain
Jus Sayin' (feat Gone The Hero)
Drift (interlude)
Reverse Logic
Corridor 2013
Patients (feat MC Jabu)
Deep Sea Pyramid
Wall of Light
Wicker & Pearl
Governer's Bay
The Road (feat Charlie Dark)
Review: Jim Coles' decision back in 2010 to implement a swerve in his sonic trajectory away from his hip-hop past as 2tall in favour of a more all-encompassing approach that touches on various strands of bass culture as Om Unit has paid off and then some. Subsequent releases on Exit, Autonomic, Civil Music, Metalheadz and his own Cosmic Bridge imprint have all shown Om Unit eminently capable of tempo shifting productions that appeal to fans of Bass music, Drum & Bass and footwork alike. The latter has been explored further while the Dream Continuum collaboration with Machinedrum on Planet Mu and his Philip D. Kick alias where the link between Chicago's juke heritage and UK Jungle was explored. All this and more is included on Threads, a debut Om Unit LP for Civil Music that deftly collates various strands (or threads) of his production career over the past fifteen years for a cohesive 15 track set that veers through of hip hop, dubstep, jungle and even house.
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 in stock HK$224.63
Sweetz (limited 1-sided 10")
Cat: HDB 103. Rel: 29 Jul 16
Sweetz (7:08)
Review: Woof! Hyperdub bring together two of the most recognisable and enigmatic artists of recent times on this 10", as Zomby and Burial square down ahead of the former's new album for the label. Zomby's Ultra LP is undoubtedly one of this year's most anticipated albums and "Sweetz" suggests it may be a very moody affair indeed. Whilst rooted in UK dance, Zomby and Burial do look elsewhere for inspiration too. Just under seven minutes long, "Sweetz" veers through various sub-heavy soundscapes with intermittent rhythmic patters and a distinctive looped vocal sample whose pitch changes with dramatic effect.
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 in stock HK$55.18
Cuspide Des Sirenes
Cuspide Des Sirenes (limited 2xLP)
Cat: TEM 10. Rel: 09 Nov 23
Prelude To A Quest (3:54)
Blow The Conch (2:31)
Rapids (3:35)
Behind The Waterfall (4:39)
Polite Rudboi (4:11)
Surface/Sirens (5:59)
Hypnotized (4:09)
Leave Me Alone (3:44)
Where U From (3:52)
Erotica (5:38)
Rainbow Dance (4:48)
Grand-Lieu (3:33)
 in stock HK$210.32
Predator Trax
Predator Trax (limited clear vinyl 12")
Cat: TEMPOZONE 05. Rel: 08 Dec 23
Underpass Rouge
Predator Trax
Zap Me To The Moon
 in stock HK$120.45
Oun C
Oun C (12")
Cat: PMAWS 003. Rel: 13 Aug 15
Oun C (6:10)
Call Me, Let's Do Lunch (5:41)
Review: First spotted online and in the boxes of some very lucky selectors last summer, then released digitally at the start of the year, Chunky's "Oun C" finally gets the vinyl justice it deserves. Rolling with deep space dynamics, there's a classic electro feel to the drums and a weirded out Crosstown flavour to the bubbling, mildly acidic bass. The result of this fusion is a foggy trap that allures the listeners and holds them captive in their own imagination. Flip for "Call Me, Let's Do Lunch". Here the beats are straight-up 4/4 and the nagging, heavily processed hook scream techno. Imagine a Drumcode release being played at -10 and you're on the right track. We're unsure what lunch Chunky has in mind; his name suggests an all-you-can-eat buffet but the sounds suggest something much leaner and chewy.
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 in stock HK$38.81
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