Release Date: 16th July 2021
Jerome Hill returns to the label with a solid 4 tracker to mark his fourth EP on the label.
Each track offers something different, the crispy and playful minimalism of ‘Mind Goes Blank’ pairs up with the wistful crunch of ‘Knock Knock’ on the Aside, while things take a decidedly more ACID approach on the flip beginning with the big boned banger of the EP ‘Bombing With Imase’ and culminating with weaving 303 lines sets against strangled otherworldly transmissions in ‘A Million Ways To Get Ill’ .
A1. Mind Goes Blank
A2. Knock Knock
B1. Bombing With Imase
B2. A Million Ways To Get ill
Jerome Hill returns to Super Rhythm Trax with four tracks displaying one of his biggest influences; That of mid nineties Chicago labels like Relief and Dance Mania.
"It's Time For The" has been slaying crowds for the last year with its own no nonsense take on Cajmere's much sampled 'Perculator' track. A hefty dose of fun and playability is injected into this EP and all 4 tracks are designed for maximum body jacking and involuntary head nodding, each bringing something a little different to the table.
Support coming already from : Annie Mac/Radio 1, Justin Robertson, John Heckle, Ben Sims, Mark Archer, Perc, Groove Armada, JD Twitch, Locodice, DJ TLR, Craig Richards, WNCL, James Ruskin, Pangaea, Phil Kieren, Luke’s Anger, Posthuman, Bleaching Agent"
a1. It’s Time For The
a2. Chicken Head George
b1. Def Jamming
b2. Lollypop Lady
Release Date: 20th May 2022
Born in Detroit, living in Brooklyn and with releases out already on Balkan, The Bunker New York and even legendary house label Nervous, Lauren Flax now makes her Super Rhythm Trax debut with 4 fresh tracks to get you tweaking !!
The tracks are full of attitude with razor sharp percussion, wet 303s and plenty of blips and bloops for the Bleep heads.
A1. Sweat (Techno mix)
A2. Sweat (Electro Mix)
B1. She Can Get The Strap
Release Date: 13.09.16
Luca Lozano is back on Super Rhythm Trax with another EP, this time a vibrant 4 tracker channeling influences from the under celebrated year of 1990, a period where house and techno began splintering off and for a while, the sky was the limit, before the beast of Hardcore swept everyone up and fed them to Jungle
Here, Bleeps, Breaks and Bass collide in an explosion of colour sounding super fresh for 2016.
a1. Super Rhythm Track
a2. The Path Of Most Resistance
b1. The Faith
b2. No Team In Lozano
Release Date: 18th March 2022
It’s been a long wait, pressings difficulties have got in the way, but here finally, slightly out of sequence, is the next release on SuperRhythm Trax.
Luca Lozano’s returns for his third EP on the label and turns in something truly special.
Packed full of bleeps, bass and breaks, with heavy nods here and there to Sheffield, plus the extra treat of ‘Summer Of Love’ with its dubwise swing and bonus DJ Steve remix for the real Break heads.
A2. My Little Kawai
B1. Summer of Love (Endless Mix)
B2. Summer Of Love (DJ Steve Remix)
Release Date: 28.11
Matt Whitehead makes his debut on Super Rhythm Trax, giving us ‘Crosstalk’, ‘Seeing Red’ and ‘Birdland’ channeling classic Detroit and Chicago House/Techno that’s heavy on the analogue and all recorded down to tape for extra warmth.
Make sure you don’t miss Matt’s Electro opus; ‘We’re Bombing’, a love letter to the 80’s Street Sounds that have influenced much of his catalogue to date. Then as a special treat for ‘A is For Acid’ lovers, we have the raw 303 workout in all it’s solo glory so you can ‘make your own’.
a2. Seeing Red
a3. A Is For Acapella
b1. We’re Bombing
Release Date: 9th April 2021
Huge 10 Track compilation featuring 10 exclusive new tracks from regular SRTX crew plus a few new faces.
All sides are cut loud for DJ use and will bang the party and won’t disappoint fans of the label.
The double LP features artwork from the hugely talented ‘Giacomo ‘Run’ Bufarini, a prolific street artist whose work appears around the globe and he’s nailed the vibe completely.
A1. DMX Krew “Duke Beat”
A2. Luke’s Anger “Blind Test”
A3. Fear-E “Drunken Attic Conversion”
B1. Jerome Hill “Plumphouse Groove”
B2. Matt Whitehead “Mystery Of Mysteries”
C1. DJ Raf “Espresso”
C2. Cursor Miner “Back To Front Pants”
C3. Mike Ash “Clone Cheek”
D1. Dance System “Break It Down”
D2. Jared Wilson “Srtraxx 2”