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Low End Activist - Hostile Utopia
Low End Activist
Hostile Utopia
2LP | 2022 | EU | Original (Sneaker Social Club)
22,99 €*
Release:2022 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Comes with sticker and insert.

Casting a self-reflexive lens over his roots via the medium of crushing, future-rushing soundsystem sonics, Low End Activist returns to Sneaker Social Club with a full-length of monumental proportions.

When the Low End Activism 12” ignited on Sneaker in 2019, it paid tribute to the Blackbird Leys estate in Oxford, UK, where LEA originates from. In the shadow of social inequality and strengthened by the unity of the multi-ethnic community, Blackbird Leys still imposes a powerful influence on LEA’s work, even as he’s stepped out onto Seagrave for last year’s Game Theory album and notched up the first couple of releases on his own self-titled label.
Low End Activist - Invite Chaos Feat. Sikka Rymes Low Jack & Loraine James Remixes
Low End Activist
Invite Chaos Feat. Sikka Rymes Low Jack & Loraine James Remixes
12" | 2021 | EU | Original (Low End Activism)
9,99 €*
Release:2021 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Low End Activist on an industrial dancehall tip featuring Vybz Kartel approved vocalist Sikka Rymes including alternate updates from Low Jack and Loraine James.
Low End Activist - Engineers Origins
Low End Activist
Engineers Origins
12" | 2021 | EU | Original (Low End Activism)
6,49 €* 9,99 € -35%
Release:2021 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The shape-shifting sound of Low End Activist continues to pivot around an axis of bassweight pressure with the launch of their self-titled label – the appropriate vessel to take them deeper into sci-fi scented sonics with an ‘ardcore swagger. Previous drops on Sneaker Social Club and Seagrave have seen the shadowy technician mangling grime, jungle and dubstep tropes with all the grit and flair of the most visionary sample sorcerers.
Low End Activist - LEA004
Low End Activist
LEA004
12" | 2022 | EU | Original (Low End Activism)
11,04 €* 12,99 € -15%
Release:2022 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After vocal-led 12”s featuring the likes of Razor and Sikka Rymes, Low End Activist pivots back towards purely instrumental territory for further explorations in the hybridised hardcore sphere. There’s an over-arching air of introspection to the five tracks assembled here, as LEA’s signature bass ructions and jagged, roughly-hewn drums offset with a widescreen line in melancholia.
Low End Activist - Low End Activism
Low End Activist
Low End Activism
12" | 2019 | UK | Original (Sneaker Social Club)
6,99 €*
Release:2019 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Used Vinyl
Medium: VG+, Cover: Near Mint
Pressing error on B2 (piece of paper pressed into vinyl), besides that vinyl is NM. Cover has tiny wear.
Low End Activist - Get Dark Feat. Razor
Low End Activist
Get Dark Feat. Razor
12" | 2021 | EU | Original (Low End Activism)
9,99 €*
Release:2021 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Incl. John T. Gast & Silas Remixes. The latest drop from Low End Activist finds him teaming up with East London’s Razor for a blistering, mutant grime throwdown. Razor has been coming up for some time now, and the clue is in his name. Staggering, swaggering, diamond-sharp lines bending and flexing over LEA’s 10-tonne beat. Stepping on from past work with the likes of Filthy Gears and Trooh Hippi, this is as clear a statement of Razor’s skills as you need to hear. His versatility reaches beyond purist grime to become something more malleable – the perfect fit for the grey area of bassbin pressure LEA occupies.
Low End Activist - Low End Activism
Low End Activist
Low End Activism
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Sneaker Social Club)
9,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The fair was a symbol of the unity of the estate – a multi-ethnic working class community bound together both by the looming presence of the car factory (where a massive portion of the residents worked) but also the long simmering social divide in Oxford. Since the founding of Oxford University, the country’s elite have needed people to do their dirty work, predictably exploiting and marginalising them in the process. As the city and its colleges expanded, so these communities were ushered out of town. The tensions between the classes reached a flash point repeatedly throughout the centuries, and it was no different during the 1991 riots on the Blackbird Leys estate.
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