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Black Acre 062 (UK 12")

Dark early 1990s NY House & UK breakbeat science incorporating killer cuts

Ras Michael & The Sons Of Negus: Promised Land Sounds

’fresh from the Black Ark: free, rawly spiritual trance-music; a full-force nyabinghi freak-out’

Outstanding Eastern Synth influenced leftfield House album

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So-Phat 1-Digi (Euro Download only)
DJ Sotofett: Philip Sherburne, your word should be worth more than the ignorance of Pitchfork
Ido 001 (D 12")
Valentino Mora: Body Nostalgia EP

Superb, sub heavily pulsating, classy Dub House jams

A 14 003 (UK 12")
Pessimist: Balaklava

Sparse, subtle & sub heavy Drum & Bass w/ somewhat Industrial Techno related aiming points - The class of 2016!

Idle Hands 034 (UK 12")
Bruce: The Trouble With Wilderness

Excellent fresh UK House & related Ambient / Electronica excursions

TB Arthur: Acid Artifacts

Re-edited selections from the out of print Test Pressing series - pre-release white label copies, one per customer only

3TH 008 (Euro EP)
D. Carbone: Ravers

Striking Carbone works again: hard, Industrial and early 1990s UK Acid dynamics informed mini album

Risque 1 (D 12")

Subtle killer grooves derived from Friedman’s outernational percussions & musics infected works - Highly Recommended!

Mistress 008.5 (US EP)
Lapien: Something To Show You EP Part 2

Original, warm, pure House jackers and true DJ weapons

Acido 022 (D 12")
Convextion: Acido 22

Haunting soundscapes w/ blend of vintage Electronics & retro-futuristic Techno Ambient

Housewax Ltd 012 (D 12")
Elbee Bad: Sounds Inside A Green Spaceship
Ndagga 23 (D 12")

Mbalax derived rhythm textures in visionary, purist version style - killer stuff!

Sued 014 (D 12")

Sued tribe beats their drums in feverish voodoo jam mode - do not sleep

 7 (D Do EP)
∑: Schleifen

Explorative, wonderfully executed leftfield Techno / Electronic / Drone album

Zam Zam 041 (US 7")
Twilight Circus: Why Can’t We Be Friends?

Superb current Dub / Reggae feat. legendary Big Youth