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dSWAT.net New Releases May 2005

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« on: May 18, 2005, 08:53:29 »

The Nam Shub Of Enki Meets Kiki.Ill - In the Valley of Mood - CD £10.00
After a long wait between albums, Brisbane's Phil Thomson's (of Monster Zoku Onsomb fame) new opus 'The Nam Shub Of Enki Meets Ki Ki Ill In The Valley Of Mood' is a virtual "best of", containing tracks created at various points over the past four years, pitting his Nam Shub Of Enki and Ki Ki Ill monikers against each other in a bass-heavy battle to the death, creating a psychotic career-spanning album sure to give your ears and your feet a work out, promising some punishing brutal bits, some bass heavy slower breaks, some banging techno".
http://www.fugazi.net/dswat/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=597

Hellfish - One Man Sonic Attack Force - CD £12.00
It's been a while, but here is the latest installment from DJ Hellfish (now based in France), and this CD compiles together the best moments from his recent 12"s and remixes. For the uninitiated, DJ Hellfish's ouevre is "Hardcore Tekno" - which evolved from UK Breakbeat Hardcore into an almost gabba-like music combining the best of techno and jungle into an awesome hip-hop infused whole.
http://www.fugazi.net/dswat/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=610

Enduser / Istari Lasterfahrer - split - 7" £4.00
Enduser, shoting breakcore star is throwing in a vocalised jungle stepper track with bright bass lines and earworm capacilities. Nice to sing along the rhyms. Flipside there is istari lasterfahrer with a more mashed up jungle dub track that kicks dirty bassdrums like there is no tomorrow for the speaker.
http://www.fugazi.net/dswat/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=607

Istari Lasterfahrer - Dubcore Vol.4 - 7" £4.00
istari lasterfahrer gets back to the score with a two track 7inch. two tracks for serious soundclash lovers. first side is a killer jungle breakcore mashup to all crews who like to fuck with other crews. flipside is more serious stuff for all dub soundsystem selectors. crossing idm breaks with dub technics in a grime spead up. the second side is switchable between 33 or 45 rpm. pressed on more violet vinyl in a nice pink handsprayed cover design.
http://www.fugazi.net/dswat/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=606

RegRub - Dubcore Vol.2 - 7" £3.50
Regrub is a producer dup from netherlands, doing here their debut on Dubcore Volume 2. This time it gets more into hardcore dancefloor material. The a side contains a fast oversized beat-bass track that can be descriped as a sum of hiphop, gabba and breakbeats. Disco and raggae samples are thrown in for some reseon and over the whole thing is a noize drone sound. The flipside is more general ragga breakcore mashup. Unique sprayed covers.
http://www.fugazi.net/dswat/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=605

AFX - Analord 08 - 12" £5.50
8th in the Series and things are hotting up once again, something we cottoned onto when rumours started circulating that this was the strongest installment in the series so far. And who are we to argue?? Track titles suitably demented once again : “PWSteal.Ldpinch.D”, “Backdoor.Berbew.Q”, “W32.Deadcode.A”, and “Backdoor.Spyboter.A”. What we love about this series is that 1) They’re all just so damn good, and 2) you all know this without any effort on our part..which means that 3) They’re a doddle to review!
http://www.fugazi.net/dswat/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=611

Squarepusher - Feed Me Weird Things - CD £13.00
With 12 tracks of lunacy, mayhem, and sheer beauty, Tom Jenkinson's 1996 debut as Squarepusher remains one of the few must-have records of the electronica revolution. Though Jenkinson builds his tracks around his remarkable fusion-inspired fretless bass playing, the album initially sounds like a study in maniacally intricate drum solos and patterns, themselves built from a few Roland drum machines. But closer listening reveals a keen intellect at work.
http://www.fugazi.net/dswat/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=608

V/A - Grim Dubs Vol.1 - 12" £6.00
Monkey Steak mashed it up in a dubstep stylee with their first vinyl release and 1st in a 4 part series of annonymous artists producing gime, dubstep and wackstep for the masses.
http://www.fugazi.net/dswat/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=601

V/A - Grim Dubs Vol.2 - 12" £6.00
Werk. The grim series is here to spread itself across four twelves containing some of the most fiercly f*cked-up bassline mutilations and sublow cut-ups you’ll ever have the pleasure of caning. The A side of this volume comes from evil breaks producer and Toxic Dancehall resident Uberdog, while the B side sees Binray (Zod) chop it up for a gabba/breakcore smasher!
http://www.fugazi.net/dswat/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=602

DJ Pinch vs P.Dutty - War Dub - 12" £6.00
A mighty first salvo from a new label – rising from the freshest scene to emerge from the uk in years. Tectonics has spiralled out of the same collective that delivered those two blistering Vex’d twelves (sooncome another EP, this time for Planet Mu), meddling with the Grime in a mashed up cut of breaks and inconceivably tough basslines. As ever with most vital music, however, it’s to brand new talent the label turns first, mysterious figures P Dutty and DJ Pinch (both Bristol folks) toying with the audience’s affections for known yet unknown names.
http://www.fugazi.net/dswat/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=600

Virus Syndicate - Slow Down - 12" £5.50
Virus Syndicate are the first vocal grime outfit to sign to Planet Mu, and they consist of producers Mark One and Plasticman, and MCs Nika D, Goldfinger, and JSD, from sunny Manchester. “Slow Down” remixed by Plasticman is a rapid fire vocal track, employing what sounds like Orff’s Carmina Burana and submarine sinking warpsignals
http://www.fugazi.net/dswat/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=594

Burial - South London Burroughs - 12" £6.00
New release on Kode9's Hyperdub imprint. 4 slices of luscious dark swing from this mystery producer.
http://www.fugazi.net/dswat/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=596

Hrvatski - Irrevocably Overdriven Break Freakout Megamix - CD £11.50
One we’ve all been waiting for for an absolute age – Keith Fullerton Whitman returns with the first release on his brand new Entschuldigen imprint and an absolutely headmashin, genius-tinged megamix of classic Hrvatski material old and new.
http://www.fugazi.net/dswat/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=599

Metropol - Geometrias de Silencio - CD £10.00
Excellent album by this Spanish electronic artist released on Greek label Creative Space. It sounds something in between idm and soft industrial with great melodies and a original treatment of the rhythms. To be considered if you are into Boards of Canada, Autechre or projects from the German label Hymen.
http://www.fugazi.net/dswat/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=598

Last Step - You're A Nice Girl - 12" £5.50
Another debut on the seemingly unstoppable Planet Mu, this time coming from Canada’s Last Step. What we have here are four tracks of squashed fuzzbox electroid variations, ranging from the spacious, crisp vocal rendition of the title track to the lo-fi dusty boddy popping of “Breakers Know” and the beautifully dark remix of “You’re a nice girl. 4 tracks wide, good stuff once again from the Mu.
http://www.fugazi.net/dswat/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=609

Death Sentence: Panda! - Puppy, Kitty or Both - 10" £8.50
Death Sentence: Panda! are a trio of unhinged pop-noise delinquents from San Francisco and they exemplify the raw excitement of current underground American music. A fun, free and experimental sound that's not afraid to party and think.
http://www.fugazi.net/dswat/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=612

Restocks:

Istari Lasterfahrer - Inner City Fear - 12"
Istari Lasterfahrer - Do You Think - 12"
Dev79 vs Handbag/abba - Dubcore Vol.3 - 7"
Death$ucker 6 Symbols - T-shirt - Large
Death$ucker 6 Symbols - T-shirt - Xlarge
Death$ucker 6 Symbols - T-shirt - Small Womens
Death$ucker 6 Symbols - T-shirt - Medium Womens
Fanny - Strange Planes Spray Cancers On Winnipeg - CD

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« Reply #1 on: May 18, 2005, 15:36:08 »

dSWAT is a really good site! I have something on order that I haven't sent money for yet though. Sorry.  Embarrassed
(I like your site though... Two Thumbs)
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« Reply #2 on: May 19, 2005, 13:03:56 »

The Nam Shub Of Enki Meets Kiki.Ill - In the Valley of Mood - CD £10.00
After a long wait between albums, Brisbane's Phil Thomson's (of Monster Zoku Onsomb fame) new opus 'The Nam Shub Of Enki Meets Ki Ki Ill In The Valley Of Mood' is a virtual "best of", containing tracks created at various points over the past four years, pitting his Nam Shub Of Enki and Ki Ki Ill monikers against each other in a bass-heavy battle to the death, creating a psychotic career-spanning album sure to give your ears and your feet a work out, promising some punishing brutal bits, some bass heavy slower breaks, some banging techno".
http://www.fugazi.net/dswat/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=597


...i can thoroughly recommend any of the Nam Shub's musical terrorisms! The guy makes the most fucked up shit i've ever heard in my life, especially his Spaz-tech material.  Love Puke Smashed
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« Reply #3 on: May 31, 2005, 12:37:11 »

yay you got DS:P stuff in Armin!! What prompted you?
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