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Batu - Dekalb
12" | 2015 | UK | Original (Mistry)
10,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Beneath’s Mistry label draw the best out of Batu in this quaking two-headed beast.With each release he seems to step further into his own sound, whilst also remaining true to a shared aesthetic/tempo with peers such as Beneath, Pinch, Lurka, and most recently, L.Sae on his home-brewed Timedance label.For this headstrong mission he comes with the noisy, technoid mutation of ‘Dakalb’ up top, alloying radioactive subs with rusted snare crack and floor-scanning sirens to murder the dance. Backa plate, ‘Collate’ runs industrialized roto-toms and scooping bass with the ruddiest junglist swagger crowbarred into a 130bpm template.They’re both a big look those that know.
Kailin - Fracture
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Mistry)
14,44 €* 16,99 € -15%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Beneath’s Mistry label explores post-club dimensions with Kailin’s debut album featuring eight tracks of hazy hooks, engulfing subs and grimy thizz rent in acres of space. Beneath describes it perfectly as “uplifting whilst also being dread filled...”Much of the appeal of electronic music lies within the listener’s ability to divine meaning from abstraction, often according to their own cultural conditioning. Kailin’s enigmatic debut album of suggestive, dread-filled atmospheres and elusive, noise-sculpted rhythms, collected on Fracture, is essentially fuelled on this notion and perfectly resonates with the aesthetics and ideals conveyed by Beneath’s Mistry label. Making up the first LP release on Mistry after seven club-hingeing EPs from the likes of Batu, Laksa, Chevel and Webstarr, Kailin’s Fracture occupies an introspective middle-distance between perceptions of club and ambient modes of reception by disintegrating dancefloor structures into a near-metaphysical presence with mercurial, vapourising gestures. Like Schrödingers cat in a bassbin, it’s neither or, and possibly both at the same time, depending on your perception.This paradoxical sense of simultaneous detachment and immersion perhaps stems from the album’s production; originally sketched out in a 2 month haze, then left to steep for much longer, before the collection’s nuances and conflicting elements began to reveal themselves in remarkable formations such as the OOBE electro flex of Circling or the midnight quantum jazz dynamics of Gimp, or a really big highlight in the teetering, polymetric ambient pop of Respite.No doubt it’s a fascinating and quintessential turn for Mistry, one which lives up to the label’s name and its roots in the duppie dread effect of UK soundsystem culture, yet never previously revealed by Beneath’s imprint in such absorbing and heady style before now.
Laksa - 66 Rebels
66 Rebels
12" | 2016 | UK | Original (Mistry)
9,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Body-rattlin’ UK rufige from Laksa, marking his second appearance on Beneath’s Mistry label with two parts of properly assertive, bassbin-troubling mongrel business circa 120bpm.
Gaunt - Crowd Noise
Crowd Noise
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Mistry)
10,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Beneath’s Mistry declassifies the debut drop of UK soundboy pressure from Gaunt for public consumption.The Cambridge-born, Brixton-based producer may be fresh to the game but comes steeled for the rave with four tracks of blunt bass and toiling percussion that sound like they’ve been at it since ’92, wearing down their threads and cogs until they’re sufficiently grinding for 2015.The Hessle-favoured drunken master rolige ofCrowd Noise jumps up first with drily functional dynamics, whereas JP trips out to electro-avian chatter and tribal chant socked with gut-punch subs.Likewise, the lop-sided MMRH is sure to scatter the dance with bullying force but, the electro-filleted triplets of SP12 prove a deft mix of gloomy voices, viscous subs and dub sleight that’s cannier than his brutish gestures may first indicate.
Chevel - Tank
12" | 2014 | UK | Original (Mistry)
8,99 €* 9,99 € -10%
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Two deft, blocky riddims by Enklav. boss Chevel.Working a stripped framework of percolating bleeps and woody, splintered percussion greased with oily Reese and 808 bass, the Italian producer unfurls two lean and mean productions every bit as shark-eyed and skunked-out as his recent remixes for Webstarr’s ‘Agreus’ (Misty002) and Downliners Sekt.
Webstarr - Aegrus
12" | 2014 | UK | Original (Mistry)
9,99 €*
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Hull-based producer, Webstarr with the technoid hydraulics of ‘Aegrus’ backed with a new Chevel remix. Last spotted in Beneath’s RA. 407 mix, the title tune strikes a mid-ground between tribalised, bass- heavy rufige and insectoid minimal techno - all bashy kicks and depth charge subs crawling with itchy crack bugs.
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