Released 25th August 2017
The WRDubs split series is back serving up both sickness and slickness on our 4th plate to date. Pon A side duties T.A.R drops a beautiful mindfuck of a track. The crafting of the bottom end of this tune is pushing next levelz while the mids and tops are full of unsettling rattles and insane voices. Really NOT like anything else atm this tune will stop em in their tracks. Progression. Flip to the AA and VGB drops some sub-soul for us. Robust bottom end and drums supporting a melody that addresses our need to escape the sometimes narrow musical boundaries of dubstep. Expression.
a1. T.A.R - Loonies
b1. VGB - Rough Surface
Release Date: 27th September 2019
WRDubs return with a unique coupling of musical missiles from 2 of our favourite UK producers and badmen.
Up on the A is Chad Dubz who may be known to you as founder and owner of the wicked Bristol based label Foundation Audio plus tunes dropped on labels including CNCPT Collective / Infernal Sounds / Boka Records / Unity Through Sound / Banana Stand Sound and more....
'FKD' was created with WRDubs in mind and is a heavy slab of wonked whomp and scattershot skank. The twists and turns in this tune are likely to cause delirium and possibly even some argy bargy in the dance. Watch out!
Pon the AA we are proud to be working with Manchester based JFO. As well as running his ultra-limited dubplate label Hooded-Up his previous releases have appeared on Cella, Dream Eater, MUD and more. He's also shared eps with the likes of Glume and Phossa and received support from J Kenzo / Neffa-T & Slimzee. His prior output has ranged from Grime to Dubstep.
Here on 'Destroyer Of Worlds' much like the opening intro dialogue, Jack has created a weapon of seismic destruction. A deadly drone-steppa that will drop like a bomb in darker sets.
a1. Chad Dubz - FKD
b1. JFO - Destroyer Of Worlds
Released 19th May 2017
Welcome to Gully Records' second miscreant missive. Brighton-based badman ETCH stepping up and coming incorrect with the chopped beats to make you screw. To be released on clear hand-numbered 7” vinyl as was deemed appropriate. 'Synapse Cluster' is a proper slo-mo headbanger for the downtempo grunge-hop fan. Deadly dankness. 'Labyrinthian Contours' takes you on a journey of 3 stages. During the 3rd - time is reinvented. Natch. This 7” single is a beautiful piece of work incorporating psychedelic art and cosmic numerology. Look out for his full length double vinyl release on Gully later this year.
a1. Synapse Cluster
b1. Labyrinthian Contours
Released 27th May 2016
Allow us to introduce you to Moniker, proper London underground techno heads often found DJing at those ridiculous Sunday raves that have been making a resurgence in the capital lately.
Having been seduced by the depth, quality and nuances they inject into their underground house & techno creations, we selected 3 of their productions for their debut release, each intended to showcase different aspects of their work.
A1 track ‘Coma Berenices’ has an evolving almost overwhelming build up that leaves you hanging on a cliff-edge during a swirling breakdown before plunging the dancefloor smack back down in the heart of heads-down technoland. This totally deserves to be played and experienced on a club soundsystem and having tested this hypnotic track out in our own sets we are fully confident in its dancefloor potency.
AA1 cut Oms kicks off the 2 nd side with a purposeful low-slung acid groove before high synth-pads gradually appear and ascend upward and upward. Delicate melodic touches and splashes of sonic colour are introduced to leave the dancer in an altogether different place than where they started.
The AA2 track Phaze Jam finishes off the ep with an engrossing take on the less is more approach. Powerful dub sheathed chords shatter like shards of ice atop a bulky kick and frazzled hats. After a brief breakdown’s respite the rhythms get more rugged thereby cementing the deal that this is a high grade granite techno tool.
a1. Moniker - Coma Berenices
b1. Moniker - Oms
b2. Moniker - Phaze Jam