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J. Albert - All The Things
J. Albert
All The Things
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Hypercolour)
8,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
As owner and curator of the Exotic Dance Records label , J. Albert has released a steady handful of projects on his Brooklyn based imprint , as well as showcasing new music from Deejay Xanax and Person Of Interest . Add to that, recent releases on the 1080p label and Black Opal , and J. Albert is fast making a mark on the scene for his raw and undiluted deep fusion of house, techno and jazzy vibes. His debut EP for Hypercolour opens up with “Don’t Hide It” ; a bumpin’ and jazzy flavoured house cut, resplendent with rolling snare drums and warm stabs, a sampled double bass riff and choppy vocal refrains “Xtra Sauce” is another stellar house track, fans of the Ron Trent/Prescription Chicago sound will instantly find an affection here with the rolling drums and soft keys, all pushed along at an energetic pace, whilst “Vista” finds J. Albert in more playful mode, carving out a 10 minute jackin’ underground house vibe that cuts raw and hypnotising.
Luke Vibert - UK Garave Volume 1
Luke Vibert
UK Garave Volume 1
2LP | 2017 | UK | Original (Hypercolour)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A riotous romp through imaginatively used samples, familiar piano riffs, customary beats and other rave tropes, the master of mischief Luke Vibert puts togethera 10 track ode to the era of M25 convoys, mobile phone hotlines and raving amongst dogs on strings in British aerodrome fields.With a long and extensive history in the UK’s dance counterculture spanning three decades, Vibert has released a barrage of inventive and animated music over the years that really doesn’t take itself too seriously, and is all the better for it. LPs and singles for Mo Wax, Warp, Planet Mu, Ninja Tune and Rising High reallyspeaks for itself, so it’s a honour to welcome Vibert back onto Hypercolour (after 2014’s ‘Ridmik’ album and 2015’s return of his Kerrier District moniker).Vibert stiches together a collage of sounds, samples and beats for ‘Luke Vibert Presents UK Garave Vol. 1’ that captures the essence of the rave era perfectly. Shuffling breakbeats and spine-tingling synths provide the flashbacks on ‘Heard It All B4’ whilst an onslaught of classic vocal hits come at the listener faster than a double drop rush on ‘Feel The Melody’.‘Feel The Riddim’ doffs it cap at the dawn of UK garage with big bass bin rumbling riffs and Todd Terry beats on +8 whilst ‘U Can’t Touch Dat’ fuses skippy garage beats, rave-tastic stabs and another rewind on the ‘Can You Feel It’ vocal sample that never fails! Whether you are an ageing raver, or a wide-eyed newbie,‘Garave Vol. 1’ is a hugely enjoyable frolic in rave’s DAT tape archives, with Vibert playing master of ceremonies to a musical genre that quite simply refuses to die!
Gary Gritness - The Sugar Cane Chronicles Volume 2
Gary Gritness
The Sugar Cane Chronicles Volume 2
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Hypercolour)
8,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Returning to Hypercolour with a second volume of his Sugar Cane Chronicles, Gary Gritness lays down more devastating funk and classy riffing over his trusty Roland 606. After the first volume, released last April, sold out its vinyl run, Gritness delivers more explorations and adventures into his unique and soulful world. Having elusively built his reputation as an outstanding session player, live producer and fantastically dressed Funkateer, Gritness has delivered a handful of releases on labels like Clone Crown Ltd, Nyami Nyami and his own DIY and cassette-only Slikk Tapes. “Steady Choosin” gets downright fusion-jazz and Gritness fires out seductive melodies and latin piano playing of the highest order whilst “Countin Up With Starr” delves into a darker well of synth mania, with a sexual groove reminiscing of Rick James, all the while retaining Gary’s signature licks and riffs. “Runner Joe’s Revenge” on the flip ramps up the hysteria for a gritty and colossal production that typifies his love of cyberpunk soundtracks and the drama and narrative to be found in this style. “The Sugar Cane Chronicles Vol. 2″ closes with the low-slung “Pool Shark Loot", wrapping up on a mysterious and captivating tone; its wandering bassline and melodic touches carrying all the signature Gritness sounds, with the P-Funk sleaziness on top.
Mor Elian - Drum Vortex
Mor Elian
Drum Vortex
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Hypercolour)
12,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Hailing from Tel Aviv, and cutting her chops on the Los Angeles underground, Mor Elian is a relatively new name on the block, but her deft tastes have seen her share the stage with the likes of Kerri Chandler, Mike Dunn, Seven Davis Jnr, DJ Qu and many more, and most recently, releasing her debut vinyl release on the excellent Prime Numbers label, featuring FXHE’s OB Ignitt on remix duties. On ‘Drum Vortex’, Mor strikes a killer release for Hypercolour, enlisting two big remixes on the release from Joey Anderson and Markus Suckut. On her original mix, ‘Drum Vortex’ rolls out a ricocheting drum workout that indeed goes through the vortex; otherworldly voices and cosmic drones sit in the middle of the mix whilst the rides and hats intensify. Joey Anderson has proven himself as one of the most diverse house producers out there, with offerings for Dekmantel, Syncrophone Recordings and Tanstaafl Planets. Joey remodels ‘Drum Vortex’ into an old style warehouse dub; rolling congas and snares with incessant synth stabs and bending strings, making up for one serious remix from Mr. Anderson. Another interpretation is on offer from Markus Suckut, whose techno prowess has shone for labels like Rekids, Be As One, Mosaic and his own Exile label (run with Johannes Heil). Suckut’s trademark dense beats are in play here, shuffling hats and micro bleeps weave through vocal elements and sturdy percussive work, bringing a touch of the Berghain style to this remix package. Closing the release is another original production from Mor; ‘Basma’ again focuses of the drum groove, with bright and springing claps bouncing off the hazy bottom ends and melodic touches.
Maxxi Soundsystem - Regrets We Have No Use For feat. Name One
Matthew Herbert - Brand New Love Feat. Zilla
Matthew Herbert
Brand New Love Feat. Zilla
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Hypercolour)
8,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
incl. Special Request Remix It’s hard to imagine being at the cutting edge of electronic dance music for over three decades, and never resorting to cliché or tired gimmicks in order to create unique and forward thinking music, but Matthew Herbert is still channelling original and thought provoking ideas into his projects all these years later. Via his Accidental record label, he has always excelled at left of centre productions, and through a variety of genre aliases (including Doctor Rockit, Wishmountain and The Matthew Herbert Big Band), his imagination has always run wild, resulting in an infectious catalogue of music over the years. “Brand New Love", featuring the vocals of rising star, Zilla, finds Herbert creating a dense and dramatic bass heavy cut. A steppers beat, utilizing Herbert’s trademark sampling techniques, it’s a killer cut with sweeping cinematic qualities that sounds head and shoulders ahead of the rest. Special Request, the jungle heavy arm of Paul Woolford’s many recording talents, is enlisted to put his breakbeat spin on the original, and turns in an absolutely lethal version; choppy breaks, spinbacks and booming subs come with intent, whilst a sumptuous string arrangement accompanies Zilla’s vocal for a truly uplifting spirit. “The Peacock", with its loose beats and opaque stabs, rolls along with its industrial undertones and ravey motif, discordant at times but a truly hypnotizing but in the finest of side B1 traditions. Bringing up the rear, “Cheekbone” is frenetic and charging micro tribal rave (a new genre classification right there); a glorious medley of percussion, earworm synths and guillotined vocal samples, showing just why Matthew Herbert is as vital an artist now as he has ever been.
Cyclist, The - Pressing Matters
DMX Krew - You Exist
DMX Krew
You Exist
2LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Hypercolour)
23,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Hypercolour proudly announce the latest long player from UK stalwart, Ed DMX AKA DMX Krew, the visionary British electronic producer who has been responsible for a slew of excellent releases for labels like Rephlex, Spectral Sound, Permanent Vacation and his own Breakin' Records and Fresh Up Records since the mid 1990s. ‘You Exist' is DMX Krew's debut appearance on Hypercolour, and as expected the record features nine tracks of beautifully crafted, melodic electronic sounds. From the opener ‘Spiritual Encounter', DMX sets the tone perfectly with oodles of pitch perfect synth riffs and driving drums, working his way through snappy and bright pop moments like ‘Hard Copy' to more melancholic, darker cuts like ‘Computational Paradigm Shift'. DMX breezes in and out of electro techno territory to more contemplative IDM vibes with ease, testimony to the guy's talent (that's also seen him wear the hat of over 10 aliases throughout his career to date). ‘You Exist' captures a very true and genuine musical form, produced and delivered with love from one of the scene's unsung heroes, and makes it a great companion piece to another Hypercolour released album from similar stock (take your pick from Luke Vibert's 2014 ‘Ridmik' album or his latest Kerrier District LP). A consistent and engaging album then from DMX Krew that will pleasure the ear buds of discerning listeners everywhere.
Groove Armada - No Knock EP
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DMX Krew
Strange Directions
2LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Hypercolour)
20,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Preorder 01.09.2017
Since releasing his last album on Hypercolour in February 2016 (‘You Exist’), DMX Krew has not for one moment rested on laurels, releasing two further LPs on the Ekster and Abstract Form labels, as well as EPs and singles for Central Processing Unit, Shipwrec, Revoke and more. Continuing to remain faithful to the roots of electro, IDM and the deeper shades of techno, and without compromise, DMX Krew cranks out emotive and brain scrambling electronica at a mighty rate, and never disappoints. ‘Strange Directions’ is album number 21 from DMX Krew, and lands once more on Hypercolour, the British label that continues to make heady waves in the music scene with genre shifting releases from the like of Matthew Herbert, Luke Vibert, Gary Gritness, The Cyclist, Outboxx and A Sagittariun in the last 12 months alone. You’ll know what kind of ride you are in for from the first few bars of album opener ‘Snowy Blue’; hypnotizing bass and spatial keys float over dusty micro breaks, produced with an infectious aesthetic that continues over the long player’s fifty-five minute tenure. Experimental and expansive joints such as ‘Odd Chill’ and ‘Strange Directions’ sit comfortably alongside funkier techno jams such as ‘Thin Hype’ and ‘Zero Sum’, whilst the melancholic synth sensibilities of tracks like ‘Hip Hopeless’ and ‘Axial Mode Beat’ catches DMX Krew on fine form.
Mathew Jonson & Sebastian Mullaert - Pollen 4 Life
Mathew Jonson & Sebastian Mullaert
Pollen 4 Life
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Hypercolour)
10,79 €* 11,99 € -10%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Hypercolour round off a busy year that has seen recent releases from the likes of Kerrier District, Gary Gritness, Roman Flugel, DMX Krew and Outboxx. And in their 10th anniversary year, the label close 2016 with the heavyweight pairing of Mathew Jonson &
V.A. - Hypercolour 10 Years
V.A.
Hypercolour 10 Years
3LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Hypercolour)
27,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
It would be fair to say that Hypercolour , the UK label founded by Alex Jones and Jamie Russell , have come a long way since the label's inception 10 years ago.From humble beginnings, to a roster of artists spanning across continents, genres, styles, and sounds, the label curates a very special 16 track compilation album to celebrate ten years of operation , and to capture the essence of the label's ethos and energies that have been at the forefront of the label's output in recent times.Over the years, Hypercolour have represented and nurtured young talent within the house, techno and bass communities, with Jones and Russell enlisting the A&R assistance (and all important extra pair of ears) of Ste Roberts to help steer the label's direction. Household names, such as Maya Jane Coles , Huxley and Mosca , all achieved considerable success on the label with singles that really captured dance music's shift back into the mainstream, with clever, sophisticated and pop-centric house music. Representing a more left of centre sound, the likes of Kris Wadsworth , Glimpse and Tom Demac have developed into artists with a wide sonic palette and career to boot, whilst long serving 'legends' of the scene, such as Luke Vibert (and his Kerrier District alias), Laurent Garnier and Groove Armada have all signed up to the labels vision and direction for well received singles and albums.A glance at the all-star cast on 'Hypercolour 10 Years' reveals appearances by some of the aforementioned producers (Vibert, Demac) and also presents brand new material from the current crop of musical misfits currently shaping and influencing the Hypercolour sound. A breadth of deep techno, raw and uncompromising house music, frenetic breakbeat and old school flavours are delivered in style by the likes of Roman Flugel , FaltyDL , Matthew Herbert , DMX Krew , Dense & Pika , A Sagittariun and The Analogue Cops . The quality remains at the highest level throughout as tempos and moods dip and dive, with Sebastian Mullaert , Yaleesa Hall X Malin , Gary Gritness , Matt Karmill and Neil Landstrumm all giving us their very best and helping the label move into it's eleventh year in very rude health!
DJ Guy - Concentric Rhythms
DJ Guy
Concentric Rhythms
2LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Hypercolour)
23,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
‘Concentric Rhythms’ is the new extended player from DJ Guy, the Cardiff born producer who, despite being heavily involved in the electronic music scene since the early 90s, has only really begun to open up his vast archive of productions to the masses. With releases to date on the likes of Bake’s All Caps, NORD Records and Organic Analogue, here he makes his Hypercolour debut with a record that continues to shine, demonstrating clearly, his deep rooted interest in the realms of Jungle, Acid House and early UK techno. His productions are a compliment to his extensive and ambitious collection of varied influences that he so effortlessly practices and combines. With a colossal treasure trove of archived and unreleased music, DJ Guy has been able to dig deep into his collection of music for ‘Concentric Rhythms’, and Hypercolour are honored to play a continuing part in unlocking this vault of timeless electronic music.
Axel Boman - Black Magic Boman EP
Axel Boman
Black Magic Boman EP
12" | 2013 | EU | Reissue (Hypercolour)
12,99 €*
Release:2013 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Re-mastered and re-pressed, Axel Boman’s classic EP for Hypercolour is made available again, three years on from its original release. Hailing from Sweden, Axel Boman has ascended through the ranks over these last few years, from his first productions on the Swedish label Ourvision Recordings, to releases for Mule Muziq, DJ Koze’s Pampa Records, Pets Recordings and his own Studio Barnhus imprint. Boman has carved out a steady and loyal reputation for his DJ and production skills, collaborating also with John Talabot for the killer Talaboman project that has served up some highly memorable DJ sets and a 2014 single, ‘Sideral’. The ‘Black Magic Boman’ EP was Boman’s 2013 offering on Hypercolour, and a release that’s since gone down as a leftfield house “must have”. Long out of press, the re-release revisits the four tracks of sheer quality across the two sides. “Television People” is built around minimal percussion, a rubbery synth line that echoes the best of Matthew Johnson’s productions, and a distant spoken word vocal delivery. Spooky, early morning vibes, and one of the favourites from this EP. “Cubic Mouth” goes deeper into the melodies, with a distorted mallet riff over some supernatural and spellbinding drums & FX. “Look What You’ve Done To Me” continues with the graceful house sounds, layering and filtering ethereal piano samples and searing synths over a sparse percussive workout. And “Klinsmann” wraps things in fine style with more highly infectious melodies and soft kicks, bouncing claps and earworm bassline.
Modini - The Answer
Analogue Cops, The - Monkey Suits
Dense & Pika - Lynn EP
J. Wiltshire - False Awakening
House Of Black Lanterns - The Smack
Seth Troxler & Phil Moffa - Rogue Music
Luke Vibert - Halloween (Part Two)
Luke Vibert
Halloween (Part Two)
12" | 2014 | UK | Original (Hypercolour)
8,99 €* 9,99 € -10%
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Hot on the heels of Luke Vibert’s ‘Halloween’ (Part One), Hypercolour present more acidic business from one of Cornwall’s finest bleeps exponent, backed with two very solid remixes from and FaltyDL.
Losoul - Slowly Turning
Losoul
Slowly Turning
12" | 2014 | UK | Original (Hypercolour)
11,99 €*
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
‘Daddy, What's A Rise?' is classic Losoul; a heavy low slung groove never lets up, with micro disco stabs and distant vocal snippets, looping round and round for over 10 minutes, but without ever standing still, the filtering and deft touches keep things moving at just the right funky pace.B side cut 'Time & Space' is a glitchy and dubbed out affair, a solid 4/4 beat underpins a myriad of delayed percussion and panning synths, spatial effects and an incessant chord stab, head music for the heads indeed!
Glimpse & Martin Dawson / Shenoda - Fat Controller / All Ears
Will Azada - Proper Traxx EP
Will Azada
Proper Traxx EP
12" | 2013 | UK | Original (Hypercolour)
9,99 €*
Release:2013 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Aah, the breakbeat, the very foundations on which the British underworld of dance music was built upon, takes it rightful place once again, and Will Azada royally plunders the spirit of the rave scene on his opening track, 'Mysterious White Powder'. On the flip side, the theme continuous on 'Let's Get Tight', all heavyweight stabs and knarly 909 drums, whilst the gloriously titled 'A Night In The Life Of Mr. Dirtbag McDiscopants' plays a straight 4/4 beat, and attacking it with breathy vox stabs and rave horns, you'll be transporting yourself back to Dreamscape circa 91 after you're done with this EP.
Eliphino - I Don't Care
Eliphino
I Don't Care
12" | 2013 | UK | Original (Hypercolour)
8,99 €*
Release:2013 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Touted by those in the know as an underground champion, Eliphino's bread and butter sound is a house music informed by garage, future beats and the recent sounds of inner city London.
George Fitzgerald - Needs You EP
George Fitzgerald
Needs You EP
12" | 2012 | EU | Original (Hypercolour)
10,99 €*
Release:2012 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Mr. Fitzgerald continues to spread his wings and really hone in on his fusion of House/Garage, Bass heavy, melodic sound.incl. Deetron Remix
Kris Wadsworth - Fingerprint EP
Kevin Mcphee - Blue Organ EP
Maya Jane Coles - Dont Put Me In Your Box EP
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