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Dubstep Allstars - Volume 11 – Mixed by J:Kenzo
Dubstep Allstars
Volume 11 – Mixed by J:Kenzo
CD | 2013 | UK | Original (Tempa)
12,99 €*
Release:2013 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Mixed by one of the most prolific producers in the scene and packed with exclusive tracks from labels like Metalheadz, Exit Records, and Shogun Audio. J:Kenzo has established himself at the forefront of a growing wave of new dubstep producers. His Dubstep Allstars: Volume 11 offers a fresh perspective on the genre – a vision of dubstep still defiantly focused on physical impact and sonic experimentation.
Alex Coulton - Gamma Ray Burst
Alex Coulton
Gamma Ray Burst
2x12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Tempa)
14,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Manchester native Alex Coulton has nurtured a reputation for creating sub-heavy rollers thanks to 12”s for the likes of Black Acre, Livity Sound and Bloc. With Gamma Ray Burst, the next in his series of releases on London low-end specialists Tempa, Coulton consolidates his sound to deliver some of the most sparse, rhythmic work of his career.With the record’s title track, Coulton weaves from hard-hitting kicks, through to dizzying tribal polyrhythms the whole time maintaining a minimal, space driven atmosphere that remains omnipresent throughout the track’s most intense moments. ‘Ground Zero’ revels in its spaciousness, allowing reverb to flood into the negative space between flashes of heavyweight techno percussion and saturated ripples of synth while the pulsating kicks that underpin ‘Alpha Decay’ are punctuated with bleak, discordant bells, rhythmic bass hits and hypnotic filtered percussion.Showing his diverse abilities, ‘Phase Two’ is an exercise in measured restraint, as a cacophony of clicks and hisses come together to disorientate before forming a driving rhythm section before Coulton maximises his expansive elements on the fog-tinged ‘Ascent’.Closing with the steady flowing, brighter-hued melodic work of ‘Distant Resonance’, Alex Coulton has created a masterful collection of experimental tech-focused electronica that bewilders, intrigues and will draw the listener in with each play.
Markee Ledge - Underground Railroad
Markee Ledge
Underground Railroad
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Tempa)
9,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Kosheen member Markee Ledge, making the most of the groups hiatus, brings forward three solo productions for his debut release on Tempa.Underground Railroad, already familiar to fans of DJ Youngsta’s impeccably selected sets (it featured in his much lauded Resident Advisor Podcast (#495)), is an evocative mid-set 125 bpm shuffler. Titled after the network of secret routes and safe houses established to help escaped slaves, and featuring vocal snippets from Malcolm X, and the works of prominent anti-slavery campaigner William Lloyd Garrison, the cinematic feel of the lead track is undeniable.On the flip, ‘Mad’ takes an altogether more tech feel — an ever evolving stereo soundscape of scrapes, bleeps and rushes is anchored by constant bassline pressure, and the syncopated woodblock hits.The EP finishes with the higher energy and more raucous 'Dream' — underpinned by the same bassline pressure as ‘Mad’, its swung hats the perfect counterpoint to the almost four-to-the-floor tension of the previous two tracks.
Horsepower Productions - Crooks, Crime & Corruption
Horsepower Productions
Crooks, Crime & Corruption
CD | 2016 | EU | Original (Tempa)
7,69 €* 13,99 € -45%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Horsepower Productions, and their ever present head honcho Benny ill, revered in underground music circles as among the key early innovators of dubstep, return in 2016 with their much anticipated fourth album: ‘Crooks, Crime & Corruption’.Continuing their working relationship, which stretches back to the early days of 2000, for the design of the ‘Crook, Crime & Corruption' packaging, Give Up Art drew on the visual language of law enforcement — creating rolls of custom printed 'Police tape'. Each plain, unprinted 12" sleeve is wrapped by hand in the tape; sealing in the discs, and making each pressing unique.An ambitious and varied record, it finds the group expanding their horizons and broadening their sound palette, while maintaining the unparalleled production chops that first made them such a force in the scene.Their pioneering early singles sought to strip UK garage of its slickness, adopting a stripped-down, dubbed-out approach that emphasised roughness and powerful bass. This was music for real heads, not commercial dancefloors.‘When You Hold Me / Let’s Dance’ launched the seminal Tempa label, and even the term ‘dubstep’ was first popularised in a 2002 XLR8R cover story about Horsepower. The 2002 debut album ‘In Fine Style’ stands as one of the finest documents to emerge from the UK undergroundl, while ‘To The Rescue’, which followed in 2004, saw the group play a vital role in shaping the direction of the music they had made possible. ‘Quest For The Sonic Bounty’ (2010) sees Benny and co. double down on their core strengths.It’s certainly the most sonically varied Horsepower album yet. Rhythmically diverse, ‘Bak 2 NY’ and ‘Kuriosity’ unexpectedly draw from classic house, while ‘Criminally Insane’ is the perfect conclusion to the album, ten minutes of breakbeat madness evoking a crazed dash through rush hour London.If previous Horsepower records were defined in part by a commitment to darkness, then the new album sees a certain amount of light emerging through the cracks. Just check the summer BBQ vibes of ‘Bak 2 NY’, or the balmy shuffle of ‘Curiosity’. At the other end of the spectrum the sticky weed paranoia and industrial clank of ‘Ruf Justice’, all gunfire and sirens over punishing sub-bass.Two of the tracks you might know already. ‘Good Ole Dayz’ and ‘Justify’ – originally released together as a 12” back in 2011 – both appear here in new versions. ‘Good Ole Dayz’ marries dubstep wobble with an explosion of colour, while the decidedly psychedelic ‘Justify’ (a collaboration with guitarist Harry Keyworth) falls somewhere between Hawaiian surf and Morricone western.The group’s love of cinema has always been one of their defining stylistic traits, and it’s in full evidence on ‘Crooks, Crime & Corruption’; there’s a refreshing patience to these ten productions, and a stunning command of atmosphere.Immaculately constructed and immaculately realised, ‘Crooks, Crime & Corruption’ draws from numerous facets of the UK underground and further afield in order to take you on a compelling, wholly immersive journey.
Horsepower Productions - Crooks, Crime & Corruption
Horsepower Productions
Crooks, Crime & Corruption
2LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Tempa)
15,59 €* 25,99 € -40%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Horsepower Productions, and their ever present head honcho Benny ill, revered in underground music circles as among the key early innovators of dubstep, return in 2016 with their much anticipated fourth album: ‘Crooks, Crime & Corruption’.Continuing their working relationship, which stretches back to the early days of 2000, for the design of the ‘Crook, Crime & Corruption' packaging, Give Up Art drew on the visual language of law enforcement — creating rolls of custom printed 'Police tape'. Each plain, unprinted 12" sleeve is wrapped by hand in the tape; sealing in the discs, and making each pressing unique.An ambitious and varied record, it finds the group expanding their horizons and broadening their sound palette, while maintaining the unparalleled production chops that first made them such a force in the scene.Their pioneering early singles sought to strip UK garage of its slickness, adopting a stripped-down, dubbed-out approach that emphasised roughness and powerful bass. This was music for real heads, not commercial dancefloors.‘When You Hold Me / Let’s Dance’ launched the seminal Tempa label, and even the term ‘dubstep’ was first popularised in a 2002 XLR8R cover story about Horsepower. The 2002 debut album ‘In Fine Style’ stands as one of the finest documents to emerge from the UK undergroundl, while ‘To The Rescue’, which followed in 2004, saw the group play a vital role in shaping the direction of the music they had made possible. ‘Quest For The Sonic Bounty’ (2010) sees Benny and co. double down on their core strengths.It’s certainly the most sonically varied Horsepower album yet. Rhythmically diverse, ‘Bak 2 NY’ and ‘Kuriosity’ unexpectedly draw from classic house, while ‘Criminally Insane’ is the perfect conclusion to the album, ten minutes of breakbeat madness evoking a crazed dash through rush hour London.If previous Horsepower records were defined in part by a commitment to darkness, then the new album sees a certain amount of light emerging through the cracks. Just check the summer BBQ vibes of ‘Bak 2 NY’, or the balmy shuffle of ‘Curiosity’. At the other end of the spectrum the sticky weed paranoia and industrial clank of ‘Ruf Justice’, all gunfire and sirens over punishing sub-bass.Two of the tracks you might know already. ‘Good Ole Dayz’ and ‘Justify’ – originally released together as a 12” back in 2011 – both appear here in new versions. ‘Good Ole Dayz’ marries dubstep wobble with an explosion of colour, while the decidedly psychedelic ‘Justify’ (a collaboration with guitarist Harry Keyworth) falls somewhere between Hawaiian surf and Morricone western.The group’s love of cinema has always been one of their defining stylistic traits, and it’s in full evidence on ‘Crooks, Crime & Corruption’; there’s a refreshing patience to these ten productions, and a stunning command of atmosphere.Immaculately constructed and immaculately realised, ‘Crooks, Crime & Corruption’ draws from numerous facets of the UK underground and further afield in order to take you on a compelling, wholly immersive journey.
Appleblim & October - Other Side Of The Sky
Appleblim & October
Other Side Of The Sky
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Tempa)
9,59 €* 11,99 € -20%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Appleblim and October — two key figures in the Bristol electronic music scene — reunite forces to deliver ‘Other Side of The Sky’ for Tempa.A melodic and cycling kick drum and sub-bass pattern propels the spectral, white-noise hiss of the Original Mix forward on side A.Appleblim breaks apart and refixes the track for his remix found on the flip, in a style reminiscent of label mates Horsepower Productions — all dubbed-out tape echo and amped up paranoia.
V.A. - Tempa Allstars Volume 07
V.A.
Tempa Allstars Volume 07
2x12" | 2014 | UK | Original (Tempa)
13,99 €*
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Wen / Alex Coulton / Innasound / Batu / AxH / PerverseThe first edition since 2010, Tempa Allstars Vol. 07 offers another potent shot of chestplate-shuddering bass, dancefloor pressure and heavyweight atmosphere from rising artists.
Nomine - Enma
Nomine
Enma
12" | 2014 | UK | Original (Tempa)
10,99 €*
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Nomine's third release on Tempa, following last year's spooked-out Nomine's War, is Enma / Zen Circle / Mindfulness. Containing his most expansive and exploratory music to date, pushing his already intricate and varied sound to new depths of atmosphere and intensity.As their titles attest, the three tracks here are intense meditations as much as they are club firepower. Drawing equally on his love of UK sound system music and formally experimental composition and sound design, they further highlight Nomine's status as one of the most adventurous new producers operating in electronic music today.Lead track ‘Enma' blasts from the tracks in flurries of metallic drums and plucked sino-grime esque melodies, an atmosphere heightened further on ‘Zen Circle' whose reedy pipe motifs stalk through the mist like figures through a haunted forest. ‘Mindfulness' rounds the EP out with shadowy, delay cloaked digital dub, riding out atop clustered kickdrums and roughly effected drums.
Truth - Chicks & Drugs
Truth
Chicks & Drugs
12" | 2013 | UK | Original (Tempa)
8,99 €*
Release:2013 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Both titles retain the cinematic, expansive aesthetic that the NewZealand duo have established on their previous releases for Tempa and labels such as Deep Medi and Disfigured Dubz.The chimes and industrial drones that open 'Empire' rack up tension to snapping point, before the track grinds to life insalvoes of intricate percussion, plunging sub- bass and the crunch of metal on metal. With its vaguely tongue-in-cheekopening chant, 'Chicks & Drugs' seems a slight departure from the intense, dread sens- ations of 'Empire'. But when it drops inpunctuated tidal waves of sub-bass and a sparse halfstep beat, it's just as intense and immersive as we've come toexpect from the duo.
Nomine - Nomine's War
Nomine
Nomine's War
12" | 2013 | UK | Original (Tempa)
8,99 €*
Release:2013 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
There's astonishing depth contained within Nomine's music. His debut for Tempa took dubstep into altogether more tropical territories. Tis three-track follow up continues his progressive trend.Echo-drenched melodies drift like a distant brass chorus, sub-bass as soft and powerful as an ocean current, and turbulent, continually shifting percussion abound across 'Nomine's War'.
Proxima - Thermal Vision
Proxima
Thermal Vision
12" | 2013 | UK | Original (Tempa)
8,54 €* 8,99 € -5%
Release:2013 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
This is a whole new level of weird, intones a disembodied voice on Proxima's 'Thermal Vision' the lead track of his new 12" for Tempa. It's a perfect summary of its disorienting appeal: winding upwards through a tense opening, it abruptly explodes into a turbulent salvo of percussion. Its monstrous chunks of sound chop violently back and forth from speaker to speaker, assaulting dancers from all sides and broadsiding the senses, while sub-bass blasts upward from beneath.
Nomine - Nomine's Sound
Nomine
Nomine's Sound
12" | 2013 | UK | Original (Tempa)
7,99 €*
Release:2013 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Ltd. 300 copies. The mysterious Nomine's debut 12" for Tempa takes dubstep into altogether more tropical territories. The fluid textures and east Asian melodies of its two tracks conjure up images of a future London fried by global warming, where rising sea levels are sinking the city below the waves.
Skream - Anticipate feat. Sam Frank
Horsepower Productions - Good Ole Dayz
Horsepower Productions
Good Ole Dayz
12" | 2011 | UK | Original (Tempa)
5,94 €* 6,99 € -15%
Release:2011 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Something a little different from Benny ill and Matt HP. Both tracks are rooted in dubstep, but never ones to be pigeonholed, Horsepower continue to push the envelope here - bringing their Hip Hop influence to the fore.
Skream - Outside The Box Deluxe Edition
Benga - Benga
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