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Images Donate icon An illustration of a heart shape Donate Ellipses icon An illustration of text ellipses. Media Type Media Type. Year Year. Collection Collection. Creator Creator. Language Language. Sep 29, by Frankie Goes to Seba - Steel / Piemo For B (Vinyl). Sep 29, by Living Jazz. Sep 29, by Frank Sinatra. Sep 18, by Vanilla Fudge. Sep 17, by Steppenwolf. Sep 10, by Bullet for my Valentine, Ozzy Osbourne. Sep 10, by Uriah Heep. A1 Look At Yourself A2 I Wanna Be Free A3 July Morning B1 Tears In My Eyes B2 Shadows Of Grief B3 What Should Be Done Sep 8, by Deep Purple.
A1 Listen Learn Read On A2 Hard Road A3 Kentucky Woman B1 The Shield B2 Anthem B3 River Deep Topics: Deep Purple, hard rock, rock music, 60s rock, progressive rock, symphonic rock, psychedelic rock, Sep 1, by Bad Company.
A1 Live For The Music A2 Simple Man A3 Honey Child A4 Love Me Somebody A5 Run With The Pack B1 Silver Blue and Gold B2 Young Blood B4 Sweet Lil' Sister B5 Fade Away Topics: Bad Company, Island Records, rock music, hard rock, 70s rock, blues rock, 12" vinyl, 12 inch Aug 27, by Deep Purple. A1 Woman from Tokyo A2 Mary Seba - Steel / Piemo For B (Vinyl) A3 Super Trouper A4 Smooth Dancer B1 Rat Bat Blue B2 Place in Line Naturally his unavoidable summer smashing remix of Children Of Zeus has also been included too.
He really couldn't have squeezed more gold onto this 12" if he tried! Having smashed with "The View", the pair return with another beautiful, emotion-soaked gem "Missing You".
With its soft pianos and space for DRS to ruminate, it's another soulful smash that will stand the test of time. With his debut album around the corner, both tracks do well to remind you just how on-point LSB is. Review: A new Lone album from Matt Cutler represents an about turn away from the more mellow tones found on 's Reality Testing back in favour for the rave tropes that characterised his output circa Pineapple Crush.
The nine tracks on Levitate are rife with the energetic fervour of hardcore and jungle, blending peppy tempos and nimble drum licks with the trademark graceful melodies one would expect from a Lone record. You should be familiar with "Backtail Was Heavy," already been premiered via a phone line service and "Vapour Trail" which formally announced Levitate and the other seven cuts from Lone show Cutler is at the top of his game.
Put That Woman First Calibre remix. His seventh in total, and first on Metalheadz, Last Refuge Of A Scoundrel is one of his most remarkable bodies of work during his illustrious 22 year career and it features outstanding, boundary-pushing tracks like this.
And this barely scratches the surface of the album's depth and weight. Review: Now we all know that your nan is Dawn Wall we can simply relax and just enjoy the music for what it is, can't we?
Of course your nan isn't really Dawn Wall. But that's as close as we've got to guessing and it's clear that the secret remains tighter than two-dollar turkey. Long may the mystery last. Thinking About Tomorrow. Review: Two titanic names on one massive 12" - Dispatch don't mess around do they? DLR takes the lead with a wriggling, sinewy acidic number where the elements are tightly woven but have stacks of space between them at the same time. Flip Seba - Steel / Piemo For B (Vinyl) the deliciously wonky funk cut from DLR and Total Science as "On The Edge" does a really far-out springy off-beat thing that sound odd to begin but grows on every listen Review: At last: Phil Tangent's back with his signature space-aged soul.
Further into the wax we glide: "Drawing You" has that rich mid-noughties feel with a succinct vocal sample and layered instrumentation while "Illuminate" emphasises more drum thrust beneath cosmic pads. Deep dreamy and barbed with just the right amount of darkness Phil's only fault is that he doesn't release as much as we'd like to him to. Massive 1.
Review: A deviant Klasse Wrecks side project, Seba - Steel / Piemo For B (Vinyl) Massive sees the label boss team up with Ruf Kutz founder Ruf Dug to rip up a side each with their sharpest, most ravaged breaks. The result is a 12" that should never leave your box; Luca goes all-out 92 with 2 Bad Mice style BPM hardcore animatronics while Dug barks up a faster tree with two properly skitty jungle jams where too much attention to the drums will leave you stuttering for days.
Massive by name As with any Kenny Pitman creations, the drum edits are frenzied, sharp and original enough to Seba - Steel / Piemo For B (Vinyl) a hole in the space time continuum and take us permanently back to Sweet murderation.
Call Di Doctor. Review: Surely one of the most consistent-yet-stealthy operators on Shogun this year, cool-handed Eddie Ed. It delivers yet another barbed soul dispatch on Friction's stainless stable. With its mild dubby touches and heads-down focus there's more than a whiff of classic Total Science to "Babylon Step", "Heaven Sent You" keeps our focus firmly on the floor with a beautiful BMT style far-away vocal technique and grumbling, sludgy bassline, "South City" will be the highlight for many thanks to its sunset vocal harmonies and angular Break-style drop while "Isolution" closes the show on a much gnarlier note with its depth-plunge bass funk.
Review: Since cracking open with his Soul:r "Fourfit" EP, Seba has slayed the year to pieces with a consistent slew of precision drum art. As if the freshness isn't quite enough, here we find longstanding ally Paradox serving two Seba vintages from on limited smoky wax. Various Artists EP. Four essential cuts from Blackout's ever-developing chaos collection.
The second Wax Breaks instalment from Paradox Music. Each track has been note-pitched for mixing and sampling purposes at 33 and 45 rpm. A classic from the PM discography receives a well-earned repress.
Pressed on Seba - Steel / Piemo For B (Vinyl) Dark Smoke vinyl. No Digital - vinyl only. Gremlinz returns to Paradox Music with two tracks of intense Jungle. Warehouse Music is what we have on the flip. Each track has been note - pitched for mixing and sampling purposes at 33 and 45 rpm.
Turquoise vinyl in new Die-cut logo jacket. Paradox Music kicks off the new year with another b-boy cruncher from Par a dox. Ripping up wax as they say. Crystal clear vinyl in die-cut logo jacket. Paradox Music welcomes a new and proven artist to the label with an impressive discography under his belt - Naibu. Rolling b-boy breaks switch with escalating filtered pads and distorted bass snaps.
PM worthy. Bleep pops and bass strums let the drums breathe whilst switching with the key changes. Inspired by the groups Sunandbass festival appearancessummer is here in the shape of PM The ingredients of Rhode keys, subtle chords and strings grab you on the flipside. Close menu. Bestsellers - Weekly. Bestsellers - Monthly. Bestsellers - Yearly. All Charts. Neighbouring Rights. About Us.
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