Release Date - 5th April 2019
Cell Out lurk in the murk of that Solent Estuarine backwash.
Tense breaks hold the lid on rave licks - padded mists provide audile sanctuary.
Transcendance found in an Oblong Room; the dragons tail of an apocalyptic blowout.
a1. Cell Out - Oblong Room (Original)
b1. Cell Out - Transcendance
b2. Cell Out - Oblong Room (Beats Edit)
Released 23rd March 2018
Lore’s debut on Kokeshi comes in the form of a 3-track EP featured on 180g heavyweight vinyl, with hand stamped Kokeshi logo. Lore’s influences range from early dubstep, grime and garage, including artists like El-B, Burial, SP:MC, Blawan, Skream, Wiley and Mount Kimbie. The ‘Down The Well’ EP features tracks in the 120–135 bpm range, with dark chunky beats, heavy bass and haunting vocal samples. Be sure to check out his production tutorials on Youtube.
a1 Down The Well
b2 Many Faces
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)
Released 15th June 2018
After a ten year long career releasing music with many different labels Icicle has taken the logical next step and started his own imprint, entitled Entropy Music. The name derived from his second album ‘Entropy’ still aims to inspire the concept that music behaves as all things do in nature and degrades, falls apart and becomes more chaotic with time. In an effort to confront this, Entropy Music strives to bring controlled, rolling, technically detailed music, without ever overstepping that line when the process becomes inhuman and cold.
On this second release on Entropy Music Icicle teams up with kindred spirit and cousin Proxima to deliver a four track collaborative EP. The opening track which also welcomes Ben Verse to the label, is rolling tech funk pur sang. The weighty and detailed yet simple breathing groove make it a track true to the Entropy ethos and Ben complements this with his trademark Lyrics reminiscent of renegade hardware shows past. On the A2. Icicle brings a near wooden stepper with a viscous turbulent low-end, a firm wink to the past, with Dust Me Off. Icicle’s track is expertly offset by Proxima’s solo offering Retrace a peak into futurism boasting an evolved playful groove which takes on board equal measures of jump up and 90’s tech. The EP is rounded up by the title track Deep Dreaming, where Icicle and Proxima collaborate once more to bring a slight curve-ball. Pianos ring in an eerie musical intro to a dark but sultry track where the energy is second to the atmosphere.
a1. Icicle & Proxima - Outer Planes ft. Ben Verse
a2. Icicle - Dust Me Off
b1. Proxima - Retrace
b2. Icicle & Proxima - Deep Dreaming
Released 10th August 2018
We introduce Comfort Zone, a young producer from Montreal, who has been making music for around 7 years now. He is inspired by "music from late 90s/early 00s video game soundtracks and the occasional snippets of electronic music I heard as a kid". We find that statement very much reflected in this release, as he masters the challenge of blending mysterious samples and different styles to form harmonious compositions.
On one side of the 4-track EP we have 2 groovy House tracks, reminiscent of early 2000s House by the likes of Lance DeSardi, Ian Pooley and Atjazz, on the other side 2 classic Jungle tracks which uphold our tradition of releasing timeless music.
a2. Moonrocks (Rocks Off Mix)
b1. I Want U
b2. Play This One In Toronto
Released 19th August 2016
The Bachelors celebrate the 10th single [16th release] on their Code Recordings label and the second instalment of The Space Between LP remix series. This time its wall to wall vibes as we delve into some of the vocal cuts from the album.
First up, we get a slice of impeccable funk from the mighty Random Movement as he takes on the Bachelors, Ben Soundscape and Collette Warren collab ‘On The Line ’. Mike keeps Collette’s silky vocals for the intro before diving into a stripped back soulful floorfiller that’s got those classic RM vibes to set the dance alight.
Up next, we change gears to the sultry stylings of Dylan Germick with a special harmony cameo from Audio Angel . For ‘Before You Go ’ it’s Nymfo the dynamic Dutchman who’s been ripping up the scene at the controls. Showing us a lighter side to his style, Nymfo delivers an easygoing liquid roller with shimmering pads over classic breaks that’s perfect for the deeper moments.
Last but not least, Jamal delivers a grimey dancefloor roller as he turns up the heat with the ragga influenced ‘Everywhere We Go’ feat. Soultrain Locomotive . While keeping the vocals at center stage, Jamal flips the track with a killer ruffneck bass that transforms the original into a club destroyer.
a1. On The Line feat. Collette Warren & Ben Soundscape (Random Movement Remix)
b1. Before You Go feat. Dylan Germick & Audio Angel (Nymfo Remix)
b2. Everywhere We Go feat. Soultrain Locomotive (Jamal Remix)
The first release on Bloc’s new label features the emotive synth-drenched vision of newcomer Jake Chudnow.
The blissed-out exaltation of Shona has soundtracked the resurgence of Bloc and we are thrilled to be able to make it available in circular format for people.
This double A side 12’’ also features the virtuoso Prelude to Shona, a beatless, ambient exploration of issues which will remain unresolved until the listener embarks on Shona itself.
a. Jake Chudnow - Shona
b. Jake Chudnow - Prelude To Shona
Release Date 22nd March 2019
Here is four typical weighty dubstep rollers and stompers enchanted with colourful melodies and smooth vibes. As mostly with a White Peach Records plate, the tracks form a cohesive entity, yet this “Zoned Out” EP takes it to a next level and truly should be listened to as one classy masterpiece.
a1. Zoned Out
b1. No Soul
b2. Killing Season
Release Date 22nd March 2019
Deep dubwise on a neat 45′, with Babe Roots at the controls alongside Kojo Neatness –
Killer drop from Babe Roots, who has been coming through with a steady slew of rock-solid dub transmissions from the echo chamber, most notably releases on Rohs! Records and ZamZam Sounds.
This 7″ on the 4Weed imprint, comes knocking at your door with an A1 rootical dub techno style in the way that Rhythm & Sound and of course vocalist Paul St. Hilaire pioneered it back in the 90’s.
Kojo Neatness’ vocal delivery comes through really confident and effortlessly, letting the deepest of subs build the pressure under some expertly filtered chops and a hard-hitting rhythm section… This comes to show especially on the flipside ‘Ruff Out Dubwise’.
High-grade dub techno styles for all the rootsmen and women out there!
a. Babe Roots - Ruff Out Dubwise
b. Babe Roots Feat Kojo Neatness - Ruff Out Deh
Release Date - 1st March 2019
Comma and A.Fruit land two unadulterated bangers on Rua Sound, backed with the unmistakable sounds of TMSV and Itoa on remix duties. Oakland's Comma roars out of the blocks on his Rua debut with a crushed-up glitchy cut entitled Gasworks. Comma rams the heavier end of the West Coast beat scene into the UK hardcore continuum, on a track buzzing with furious energy.
If you don't know Itoa yet – it's time to catch up. Exit Record's latest addition brings his singular production style to the remix with whip-sharp drums, a colourful sound design, and fresh, unconventional arrangements.
A producer in ascendency, Russia's A.Fruit serves up the darkness on the flip with a stepping growler, sodden with bass. Her production is tightly bound together by D.E.'s intense vocal and delivers a punch.
Rua regular TMSV picks up the pace on the remix, rounding off the EP with dancehall-infused dread-rave vibes, like only he can.
01. Comma - Gasworks
02. Comma - Gasworks (Itoa Remix)
03. A. Fruit - Gonman Feat. D.E.
04. A. Fruit - Gonman Feat D.E. (TMSV Remix)
As Dub Reggae music becomes a global force, Vibronics & Conscious Sounds present an album that celebrates 50 years of dub music. Dougie Wardrop & Steve Vibronics present an album that takes classic music from each decade of dub, starting with 1970s Jamaica music right up 2010s worldwide dub sounds. The two prominent UK Dub producers will take each decade in turn, as the listener is catapulted across half a century of roots rocking Reggae music. This unique dubwise concept album will feature reworking of classic tunes from 1970s, 1980s, new versions of crucial music from the Conscious Sounds & Vibronics back catalogue from 1990s & 2000s and some brand new future dubs for the 2010s. Dubwise music across 50 years.
Leave Ya Dub
Try A Dub
Long Time Dub
Jah Light Jah Dub
Dub Down Babylon
China Dub Blaze A Fire Dub