You ain't got no kind of feeling inside
I got something that will surely set your stuff on fire
You refuse to put anything before your pride
What I got will knock all your pride aside
You may have caught Pride in recent Jackmaster and Spencer sets over the past few months, but we're letting it out in the wild now.
The simplicity of the elements is the strength here - the creeping discord of the piano, the slow sub rolls, the sheer power of the vocal - baked together with sharp drum boxes, space echoes and ADV's years of production wisdom.
The celestial Mr Fingers inspired tones of 'First Time' provide the flip.
b1. First Time
b2. Pride Dub
Release Date: 25th March 2016
‘That’s What Friends Are For’ once again shows how much drama Adesse can build into a track. Think back to those twelves from the dons of dancefloor tension - Ron Trent, Carl Craig, DJ Duke and Murk - music built for a world where the lights never come back on.
a1. Adesse Versions - That's What Friends Are For
a2. Adesse Versions - That's What Friends Are For (Dub)
b1. Adesse Versions - In The Sticks
b2. Adesse Versions - In The Sticks (No Kicks)
Expected arrival date: 2nd September 2016.
13:00 July 28th 2016
At 12:22 hrs on July 19th 2016, the manned spacecraft 10,000 Suns sent a distress signal from the inner edge of Earth's atmosphere. Communication with the shuttle was lost shortly afterwards.
Fragments of the ship have been recovered on the west coast of Scotland, but pilot Bryan Kessler of Cologne is currently missing in action.
Black box recordings have been retrieved and will be archived to regulation standard vinyl and digital audio encapsulations.
a1. Super Boo
a2. Hi, How Are You
b1. 10,000 Suns
b2. Power Flower
Available: 11th December 2020
My DJ is back in the place...Much needed green vinyl repress of Mosca's legendary release for Numbers.
Bax is back. First released in 2011, Mosca’s UKG homage, ‘Bax’, did big things when it landed. Almost 10 years on, it’s time for a repress.
Though Mosca missed the golden era of garage in the nineties, he caught on to darkside pioneers such as Horsepower Productions, Benny Ill and El-B later on. A blend of homegrown British styles lies at the core of his electronic music influences, early dubstep, jungle, minimal grime and bassline, which he’d experienced first-hand at Sheffield’s legendary Niche club. (Little known fact: The name Bax is a partial nod to Steve Baxendale, the man behind Niche).
All these elements coalesced in the studio and the two-tracker materialised in a couple of days. Both sides of the record do their thing on the floor; ‘Bax’ with its now infamous ‘My DJ is live in the place’ sample, that earworm melody and a ruffneck b-line.
On the flip ‘Done Me Wrong’ sees Mosca incorporate several key garage tropes; the bassline swinging alongside soulful vocals (which get sliced and diced), not forgetting that cheeky rewind.
My DJ is back in the place...
a1. Mosca - Done Me Wrong
b1. Mosca - Bax
1. Redinho - Stinger
2. Redinho - Jacuzzi
3. Redinho - Playing With Fire
4. Redinho - Dive
5. Redinho - Searching
6. Redinho - Shem
7. Redinho - Bubbles
8. Redinho - Sharp Shooter
9. Redinho - Making Up the Rules
10. Redinho - With Or Without You
11. Redinho - Get You Off My Mind
12. Redinho - Suction Skit
13. Redinho - Going Nowhere
14. Redinho - Say I Want You
15. Redinho - Stay Together