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Deadboy - Earth Body
Deadboy
Earth Body
LP | 2017 | UK | Original (Local Action)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Long-awaited debut album by Deadboy - one of UK underground music's mostinfluential and respected artists. His early singles "U Cheated" and "If U WantMe" predicted an entire generation of post-dubstep dance music, bringing muchneededr&b, house and dancehall influences to a landscape dominated by grimeand dubstep and helping to pave the way for a new age of UK club music. Afterdeveloping his unique attitude to the club across longer EPs like Blaquewerk andHere, 2015 saw Deadboy usher in a new phase of his career with his deepestrecord to date, White Magick - which saw elements of new age, meditational andambient music. Earth Body is not only Deadboy's first album, but the first time hisown vocals have been front and centre of his music rather than simply sampled.Although this is clearly an album by someone who's done their time in the clubs -as evidenced by the clattering drums of "Caballero", for instance - it's ultimately apop record, inspired by Deadboy's long-standing love of Scott Walker, Sade,Drake and the Beach Boys and filled with bold choruses and multi-trackedharmonies.
Deadboy - Black Magick
Deadboy
Black Magick
12" | 2015 | UK | Original (Local Action)
9,59 €* 11,99 € -20%
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Deadboy is an innovator. His 2009/2010 singles ‘U Cheated’ and ‘If U Want Me’ predicted exactly where UK dance music would go after dubstep, though unlike a lot of the acts that followed in his slipstream, Deadboy’s music was never polite, and bassline house, dancehall and grime were as big influences as the r’n’b, pop and garage sensibilities that he combined so effectively. His single ‘Fireworks’ remains a high point for that era of UK club music. April’s White Magick EP, his first for Local Action, marked Deadboy’s largest record to date - six tracks as driven by atmosphere as drum patterns, but never losing the melodies and hooks that continue to set Deadboy apart from his peers. He now follows that with Black Magick, a vinyl-only 12” with extended, club-focused edits of three of White Magick’s songs, as well as a VIP mix of It Did Not Feel Right, previously released on Crazylegs.
Deadboy - White Magick
Deadboy
White Magick
12" | 2015 | UK | Original (Local Action)
9,59 €* 11,99 € -20%
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Local Action are proud to present White Magick, a six-track EP by Deadboy that represents his longest and most complete release to date. Deadboy is an innovator. His 2009 and 2010 singles ‘U Cheated’ and ‘If U Want Me’ predicted exactly where UK dance music would go after dubstep, though unlike a lot of the acts that followed in his slipstream, Deadboy’s music was never polite, andbassline house, dancehall and grime were as big influences as the r’n’b, pop and garage sensibilities that he combined so effectively. His vinyl-only single ‘Fireworks’ remains a high point for that era of UK club music, with Drake singing the track’s praises on radio. Future EPs like Blaquewerk and Here saw Deadboy continue to apply his unique approach to club music, but on White Magick, he lets in influences from outside the club in ways that he hasn’t before: the influence of new age and ambient music is obvious from the opening notes of ‘White Moon Garden’, while ‘Copwar’ and ‘Sad Sniper’ are the two grimiest tracks that he’s released yet. ‘Inner Palace’, meanwhile, is a reminder that six years on from ‘U Cheated’, there’s still no one combining experimental club music and pop hooks like Deadboy.
Deadboy - Return
Deadboy
Return
12" | 2014 | UK | Original (Numbers)
8,79 €* 10,99 € -20%
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
On ‘Return’ Deadboy journeys further into uncharted territories, taking his music to the darkest recesses of disco and extraterrestrial synth-werk.The opening track ‘Return’ finds the London-based producer taking cues from the likes of Tangerine Dream and Klaus Schulze with a gentle ambient opener that unwraps to reveal a beautiful and moving track. ‘Des Niles’ is a shimmering disco track built around an 80’s boogie bassline, plus those killer Deadboy vocal chop-ups that take us even deeper into the producer’s nighttime world.Samples are worked to within an inch of their life on the floor-ready ‘YHVH’, whilst punchy bass and synth stabs take care of the rest. Things then move swiftly on to ‘Life Code’, with the Deadboy once again notching the tempo down and letting the track’s wistful oriental melodies ride out into the dark.
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