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Basic Rhythm - The Basics
Basic Rhythm
The Basics
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Type)
17,09 €* 17,99 € -5%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Back with that spice for Type, Anthony J Hart gets down to UK rave fundamentals on a killer 2nd LP under his Basic Rhythm pseudonym. Where his more prolific Imaginary Forces output is all about the push ’n pull of power noise and post-rave techno dynamics, Basic Rhythm fixes a steely focus on the physics of the UK’s hardcore continuum; decimating and distilling jungle, grime and garage into their common and most affective dancefloor denominators.Basic Rhythm offers Hart up as a sort Leyden Jar battery or vessel storing decades of absorbed and condensed pirate radio transmissions, and The Basics can be heard as his disciplined attempt to parse those muscle memories and sensations into something tangibly, rudely physical but, most crucially, leaving aside those bits he considers unnecessary in a defragging process of mental sonic décollage - breaking down outmoded values and replacing at a distance from the original medium.What remains forms a kind of refreshingly eviscerated halcyontology, recollecting and rinsing out the good times spending his p’s on new shells at legendary shops such as Music Power (Ilford) and Boogie Times; listening to Rude FM 88.2, Unity 88.4, Pulse 90.6, Weekend Rush 92.3, Kool FM 94.5; cutting dubs at Music House; and swanging his jaw at legendary venues and club nights like Stratford Rex, Temple, Labrynth, Telepathy, Slammin’ Vinyl and One Nation.In reducing those aspects to a pointillist vocabulary of sawn-off drums, harness-straining subs and tessellating, tussling stabs of flava, he leaves a spare air prompting ambiguous reading of ‘dread’ and ‘ecstasy’, depending on the listener’s own reception/perception. It’s a dichotomy at the core of E18’s postcode-warring sublow shift, explored in the crevices between rap and grime in Fake Thugs, or the way Silent Listener (Adore) is intended to illuminate dank bedrooms, whilst the ructions of Cool Breeze (Summer In Woodford Green) and the fractiously mapped road rave styles of Blood Klaat Kore lend an overlapping sense of deep topographical study to the mix.
Expressway Yo-Yo Dieting - Undone Harmony Following
Expressway Yo-Yo Dieting
Undone Harmony Following
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Type)
18,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The return of one of the weirdest producers out there, sometimes known as DJ Yo Yo Dieting, sometimes known as Indignant Senility, this time deploying a set of syruppy chopped & screwed productions that sound something like DJ Screw processed thru guitar pedals or Lil Ugly Mane heard booming from the next block. This is basically the most satisfying out-there mixtape of the year...Incorrigible noise mutant Pat Maher buries chopped ’n screwed hip hop in proper, cranky noise on the long awaited follow-up to his Bubblethug album as Expressway Yo-Yo Dieting. Imagine a DJ Screw tape covered in gravy, left to bake in the sun and then kneaded thru guitar pedals and you’ve got some taste of the chewy, thuggish ruggish gear on this killer dish.While Maher may be as well known for his fractal techno as Diamond Catalog or his smeared 78 sessions in The Caretaker-esque Indignant Senility project, it was under the Expressway Yo-Yo Dieting alias that he first really got under the skin of popular consciousness, bubbling up alongside Lil B’s seminal Rain In England on Weird Forest Records c. 2010 to ruggedly reset American hip hop from oblique, avant new perspectives.Aside from a few mixtapes, Undone Harmony Following is the project’s first appearance since then and picks up exactly where he left us, huffing up classic and little known hip hop joints and spitting them out as hazy, masticated globules of gristle and noise perfect for the muggiest, blunted listening sessions.They’re like the sonic equivalent of a noise weirdo idly doodling graf sigils in a battered sketchbook for his own gratitude, and thankfully Undone Harmony Following allows everyone else to peer over his shoulder see what he’s scribbling; 13 raw, oozing cuts of slurred vocals and distended grooves that sag over the belt line, dripping rivulets of grease and grit, and always appearing to be on the brink of lethargic collapse.Its ultimate value lies in that heavy-lidded space between woke and fugged-out dream lyf, and in the way which Maher drags the listener into his uniquely suspended, effected temporality that makes this record almost dangerously, druggily seductive and as vital as it gets right now...
Basic Rhythm - Slewage Rabit Remix
Basic Rhythm
Slewage Rabit Remix
12" | 2016 | UK | Original (Type)
11,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Killer ’nuum ballistics from Anthony J Hart (Imaginary Forces), back in Basic Rhythm mode with a trio of hungry hardcore mutations pressed loud and punchy AF for the DJs, with remix reinforcement/inversion from his North American alibi, Rabit. Acting as if there was some unfinished business left over from his cracking Raw Trax LP, this platter acts as a sort of resolution; in-your-face proof that Hart is hurling out some of the fiercest reductions of UK rufige styles right now.
Insha - Dysplazia
Insha
Dysplazia
LP | 2016 | UK | Original (Type)
11,69 €* 17,99 € -35%
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Classically-trained Boston producer Kaan Erbay, under the name Insha, explores the push- and-pull of tension and relief with his debut album Dysplazia, a record that drags familiar sounds into shadowy, wayward new places. Punctuated by barely-audible vocal samples, the album takes the cues from artists such as Burial and Arca, stripping rhythms from their usual context and burying them beneath swathes of noise and abstract sound.
Belarisk - Moments In Shapeshifting
Belarisk
Moments In Shapeshifting
LP | 2016 | UK | Original (Type)
17,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Though you might not have come across him before, New England’s Lee Tindall has been a mainstay of the local noise/electronic scene for some time. Working as Zerfallt and Belarisk, and in a variety of groups (including Astronaut with a certain Daniel Lopatin), Tindall has been perfecting what he calls “Hy-Fy mutant music” for a decade, working on the fringes of a sound that has slipped in and out of focus. Moments In Shapeshifting is Tindall’s most fully-realized release to date, bringing together his interest in abrasive noise, abstract electronics and haunting ambience.
Shapednoise - Different Selves
Shapednoise
Different Selves
LP | 2015 | UK | Original (Type)
22,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Shapednoise is Italian producer Nino Pedone, and over the last few years he's built a name for himself issuing music that bridges the gap between the basement and the club. Noise and techno are proven bedfellows at this point (for better or for worse), but Pedone pushes harder and further, and 'Different Selves', as the title suggests, is his most diverse and challenging work to date. Fusing the industrial grind of early Godflesh (Justin K. Broadrick even makes an appearance on opening track 'Enlightenment') with the raw power of mid 90s D&B, the visceral pleasure of early grime and the ominous scrape of dark ambient, Shapednoise navigates unfamiliar territory expertly.
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