1. Steve Spacek - For Real
2. Steve Spacek - Mountain
3. Steve Spacek - Juiced
4. Steve Spacek - Field
5. Steve Spacek - Sta Simonez
6. Steve Spacek - Sta Simone
7. Steve Spacek - Other Magic
8. Steve Spacek - Amplifly
9. Steve Spacek - Bartn Groov
10. Steve Spacek - Hamgin St
11. Steve Spacek - Vandlance
12. Steve Spacek - Al Softly
13. Steve Spacek - Thank You & Credits
14. Steve Spacek - Thankyou & A Bit More Credits
15. Steve Spacek - Look Over Honey
16. Steve Spacek - Cyborg
17. Steve Spacek - Boungie
a1. Basement Phil ft. Shadow Cartel - Rockit (Original Mix)
a2. Basement Phil ft. Shadow Cartel & M.C. Wong - Wong's T.B.N. Ting (Instrumental Mix)
b1. Basement Phil ft. Shadow Cartel & M.C. Wong - Put Your Hands Up In The Air (Stop The Police State Mix)
b2. Basement Phil ft. Shadow Cartel & M.C. Wong - Wong's Latin Ting (Inst Mix)
“In the follow up to their inaugural release from Acre that garnered support from the likes of Dario Zenker, Pearson Sound, Norman Nodge and Jamie XX, Manchester based Project 13 deliver their second package from newcomer Divided backed up by Hodge on remix duties.
Despite it’s relative infancy Project 13 have forged a distinctive sound characterised by cold mechanical textures and tough, scuzzy percussion which in this case is represented deftly within their latest offering: Divided’s ‘Mile End’ EP.
‘Uildi’ kicks things off with a frosty, juddering synth pattern propelled by rasping percussion before ‘Mehrige’ builds behind a driven kick set sawing through it’s menacing back drop. The title track then blooms through circling machine loops and more off-kilter percussion as it picks up fiery vocal snips and brazen, hacking synth tones.
Bristol based Hodge then follows his releases on Hotline, Punch Drunk and Tempa weighing in with a 4/4 take on ‘Uildi’ that sets a thick, sizzling texture over a persistent, pacy bump rounding up another solid release from a flourishing and exciting new label.”
a1. Divided - Uildi
a2. Divided - Merhige
b1. Divided - Mile End
b2. Divided - Uildi (Hodge Remix)
Local Action are proud to present White Magick, a six-track EP by Deadboy that represents his longest and most complete release to date.
Deadboy is an innovator. His 2009 and 2010 singles ‘U Cheated’ and ‘If U Want Me’ predicted exactly where UK dance music would go after dubstep, though unlike a lot of the acts that followed in his slipstream, Deadboy’s music was never polite, and bassline house, dancehall and grime were as big influences as the r’n’b, pop and garage sensibilities that he combined so effectively. His vinyl-only single ‘Fireworks’ remains a high point for that era of UK club music, with Drake singing the track’s praises on radio.
Future EPs like Blaquewerk and Here saw Deadboy continue to apply his unique approach to club music, but on White Magick, he lets in influences from outside the club in ways that he hasn’t before: the influence of new age and ambient music is obvious from the opening notes of ‘White Moon Garden’, while ‘Copwar’ and ‘Sad Sniper’ are the two grimiest tracks that he’s released yet. ‘Inner Palace’, meanwhile, is a reminder that six years on from ‘U Cheated’, there’s still no one combining experimental club music and pop hooks like Deadboy.
a1. Deadboy - White Moon Garden
a2. Deadboy - Inner Palace
a3. Deadboy - Rye Angel
b1. Deadboy - Sad Sniper
b2. Deadboy - Copwar
b3. Deadboy - I Will Let His Ocean Flow Through Me
After many hours spent fishing, AMIT returns with another four track EP on his beloved label AMAR.
Without being centred on any particular sound the '4 Stories' EP is collection of tracks ranging from 120 - 170 BPM, covering sociopathic hunts, derelict towns, a victims song and programmable mind chips.
With support from a variety of front-runners such as Machinedrum, Skream, dBridge, Jimmy Edgar, Goldie, Youngsta, Doc Scott & Nomine these 4 stories have been told the world over.
a1. Amit - The Hunted
a2. Amit - Chalvey Town
b1. Amit - Survivor ft Rani
b2. Amit - Mind Over
White Asega co-owner Jack Dixon wrote New Curtains after a friend who was coming wildly off the rails told him he was a good producer but his tunes were boring. The original version was really sparse and about 300bpm. When Jack moved to New York the parts got lost, so he remade the track a dozen times. This was the version we all liked best, although Jack never wants to hear it again in his life. It sounds tough and tropical. Our friend Troy Gunner remixed it, and turned it into something so loud and slamming it will knock your teeth out.
After telling Jack to stop making boring music, Mark Kodiak spent two horrendous years working with Jamie Kodiak on a song they've called Taargus. It nearly destroyed their friendship forever but we think it was worth it. It has brutal weapon sounds, nasty snares and an incessant “yo” that has been described as “annoying and unnecessary”. The artist Tom Pounder has created a blinding video for it that contains brand new colours. French born bass genius Bambounou stepped up to remix the track, taming the wild stems into a hypnotic earlymorning House stepper.
It took us approximately 2000 exhausting Facebook group chats, four crossAtlantic flights and one divorce to get to this point. We hope you will enjoy this record for the rest of your lives.
RIP Ken Tulley.
a1. Kodiak - Taargus
a2. Kodiak - Taargus (Bambounou Remix)
b1. Jack Dixon - New Curtains
b2. Jack Dixon - New Curtains (Troy Gunner Remix)
Back in stock. The debut LP from Burial on Hyperdub.
a1. Burial - Wounder
a2. Burial - U Hurt Me
b1. Burial - Spaceape
b2. Burial - Prayer
c1. Burial - Distant Lights
c2. Burial - Southern Comfort
c3. Burial - Gutted
d1. Burial - Broken Home
d2. Burial - Pirates
d3. Burial - Forgive
d4. Burial - Night Bus
a1. Cooly G - Wait Til Night
a2. Cooly G - Like A Woman Should
a3. Cooly G - Your Sex
a4. Cooly G - I Like
a5. Cooly G - Dancing
a6. Cooly G - A Quick Question
b1. Cooly G - Want
b2. Cooly G - So Deep
b3. Cooly G - First Time
b4. Cooly G - Freak You
b5. Cooly G - Fuck With You
b6. Cooly G - The 3 Of Us