Release Date - 26th July 2019
This 4 track EP comes out of the Limited E's vault called Retro Vol 1 produced by Potential Badboy. Each of these tracks represents when we started to push the boundaries of Jungle and being more experimental back in 1992.
Set Me Free - This track was made in 1992 by Potential Badboy with elements of soulful jungle with a groove and showcasing strong sample vocals. Set Me Free Remix - This track also produced in 1995/6 by Potential Badboy is a remix of the original track with elements of soulful Jungle with a groove and showcasing strong sample vocals.
Gidi Up - Another track made in 1992 by Potential Badboy who was now experimenting by building his own drum patterns instead of using the speedy up breaks with strong soulful samples on top giving a complete new feel. Gidi Up Part.2 - This track is an extension to the original by Potential Badboy made in 1992 and he love it that much he made this remix called Gidi Up Pt.2
a1. Gidi Up
a2. Gidi Up Pt.2
b1. Set Me Free
b2. Set Me Free Remix
Release Date - 26th July 2019
Soundscape Versions delivers his third edition of the various artists
series and offers four effective cuts between subtle house breaks,
acid house, electro and atmospheric techno.
a1. Kintaro 89 - Datei Jazz 500
a2. Faune - Mib/Andis
b1. Arian Alexander - By Dawn
b2. Douala - 180117
Release Date - 23rd August 2019
After a standout Ep by Florian Kupfer, London’s Axe Traxx is back with some Electro infused tracks by Italy’s newcomer Clafrica with a remix from Apron’s fresh signees My Girlfriend.
Think MPC, Juno 106 and 808.
a1. Water Diving
a2. Aliens Dance
a3. Submarine Patois (My Girlfriend Remix)
b1. Submarine Patois
b2. Mono Neon In Space
Release Date 12th July 2019
We’re absolutely stoked that Zero B’s ‘Lock Up’ is the next instalment in Shadow Child’s ‘Curated by’ series on Food Music ..with a remaster exclusively cut to vinyl and a huge remix package in tow from the likes of Red Rack’em, Kiwi, 2 Bad Mice and more. This one is truly alive everywhere still and all these years later, these new mixes are set to take it as far as Lock Up has ever been before.
Red Rack’em takes his huge, unique wonky approach to a new high with atmospheric synths & breakbeats wrapping around that incredible Bassline. Movin Shadow dons 2 Bad Mice join the party taking us on a massive breakbeat excursion which compliments the original.. new Amen breaks, samples and Bassline’s here! Jerome Hill gets even more ravey with 4 to the floor breaks and new stabs perfectly woven with Lock Up’s familiar vibe. Lady Blacktronika takes us to the Berghain at 5am with a sublime dark techno stormer, whilst Kiwi’s rework is passionately put together paying full respect to the original arrangement. Finally, Nexrotype is unapologetically brutal with the Amens and original euphoric pads, providing us with an epic Jungle workout that would even stun the Aphex Twin.
a1. Lock Up (2019 Remaster)
b1. Lock Up (2 Bad Mice Remix)
b2. Lock Up (Lady Blacktronika Remix)
c1. Lock Up (Red Rack'em Remix)
c2. Lock Up (Jerome Hill Remix)
d1. Lock Up (Kiwi Rework)
d2. Lock Up (Necrotype Remix)
Released 19th July
Break, Techno and Rave attitude, these are the features of the new EP by Robbenspierre. Six tracks, pure floor killers. Supported by: Tom Cottrell (Alphaville Records) Sween (Tone Dropout) Dawl (Tone Dropout) Anthea (Partisan) Extrawelt. Mastered by: Stafano Genta and original artwork by: Anna Rarefatta.
a1. We Gotta Stop These Robots
a2. The Rest Is Bullshit, You Know It
a3. Hangover Until Wednesday
b2. Doctor Does Not Understand
Release Date 29th March 2019
Following on from the positive feedback for KRL's "Third" EP (Quintessentials 62), we had to give the standout track "Never Leave" the remix treatment. "Never Leave" is a straight up house track with thosebeats and rhythmic synths, but with the outstanding vocals of Janine Small it makes it a head turner!
The A-side remix, courtesy of Greymatter (Wolf Music, Unique Uncut) keeps the overall vibe of the original, but adds more dirt and bass business ready for club action. The B-side remix courtesy of Quintessentials buddy Loz Goddard (Church, Razor-n-Tape) takes a step into deep broken beat territory while keeping the beautiful vocals. We love both remixes, job's done!
a. Never Leave (Greymatter Remix) [feat. Janine Small]
b. Never Leave (Goddard Remix) [feat. Janine Small]