New In / Backcatalog
- Roots House & US Garage
- Bass Music
- Disco / Leftfield / Re-edit
- Deep Techno
- Nu Jazz / Broken
- Reggae / Jazz / Afro
- Classic House Reissue
- Classic Techno Reissue
- Detroit & Chicago House
- Tripped house / Minimal
Sounding like a subtle early UKG vibed vocal track -tight production , its warm and got that groove - apparently could be a big crossover cut as these guys have got the attention of radio/big boys.
Made over two years in his home studio. Interesting LP from this guy... "Inspired by cartoon and movie soundtracks, the largely instrumental album explores classic dance and pop music traditions. Catchy, repetitive vocal hooks gel with beats and synth work influenced by house, techno, French electronic & ’90s hip-hop production?"
T Williams - top quality dancefloor productions , showing a depth and maturity in the sound - post garage if you want - Bahia Repluse / Dreaming ReRuff got something special
Back in..(black generic sleeves) K15 who recently impressed with his Wild Oats EP - Proper deep bumped heavy groove jazzed house music - Kaidi's live jazz vibe mix is a killer , heard it on Funkineven's radio show recently - reminded us how dope that was.
This 12" sampler features HNNY’s artful balearo-garage mix of Sly One’s ‘Come to Mine’, . Ossies’ fat and housey mix of Odessa’s ‘Get Right’ , and Applebottom’s piano-laced mix of DE$IGNATEDS’ ‘Valentine’ Fresh UK house and bass sounds
TJ Hertz’s first original release since 2014 in the form of Objekt #4, and he trows it down.... two tracks that pay tribute to Basement Q in its later years (beloved haunt in Berlin’s Schöneberg district) Techno background , UKG vibes , breaks - all the unique underground mix. One per customer.
Apparently one of the most influential dnb tracks ever written, Source Direct - The Crane, which was a 90s classic at the forefront of the future thinking genre. Alongside the original track here , Inland & Function give their take on the track giving it the 4/4 techno treatment.
Nonplus continue with the Source Direct re release and remix series and here we have one of the most influential dnb tracks ever written, Source Direct - The Crane, which was a 90s classic at the forefront of the future thinking genre. There was an alternate version found on an old DAT tape - and it is presented here on NONPLUS LTD 003 a different raw and rougher roller - serious!
A special collection of late night searching trips from the Estonian Porridge Bullet - Jimmy Winkle from Greta Cottage, wrings a track out of Ajukaja and Mart Avi’s lost collaboration.Dima Disk, a rising duo from Tallinn, soothes your soul with some morning techno , the moody but hypnotic "Disappointed“ by Neuronphase aka Anti Aaver . The Rhythm Doctor reworks a unique vocal cut from a unique artist. One per customer
Back in..Clattering percussion, raw energy… all the things that make an O’Flynn release but now with a slightly more mature palette driving this hotly tipped producer forward. The term ‘mature’ is used lightly, it’s still completely mad with a load of sub!! One per customer.
The wild and wonderfully strange Myor are back with a semi full length split album by Helsinki's master of the gloomy arts Kanttoripoika and owner Coco Bryce. Kanttoripoika serves up 5 Skweee infused instrumentals that wouldn't sound out of place scoring an episode of Twin Peaks, albeit in the best of Scandinavian lo fi funk traditions. Coco Bryce utilises a slightly more danceable approach, yet manages to stay well under a hundred bpm, mashing chopped Hindi samples, synthetic drums and an accordion into approximately 13 minutes of downtempo syncopation!
Berlin-based Obstacle Records returns for its second release with another EP that draws on UK garage heritage while offering its own fresh take with a deep underground touch , first track particularly with its minimal space feel - watch out for this!
The second release on Dan HabarNam's label includes "4 AM Rattle" and "Juno Birdcall", both heavily supported by Ben UFO with "4 AM Rattle" featured in his RA 500 podcast. Seriously good forward music.
Calibre's new album - 12 tracks pressed over 4 12 inches 180 gram vinyl presented in Gatefold sleeve.
Sam Kidel from Young Echo opens proceedings with a beautifully rolling, pastoral re-arrangement of the melodies of South East Of The Mountain, . Then some chilled ragga from O$VMV$M, versioning Skeletal. Finally Helm takes the helm, with a startling re-animation of Bloom, brilliantly tipping the registers of Music For Airports on their side
Luca Lozano continues where his Junglish Massive Mixtape stopped, his A-side tracks span from stiff & techy breakbeat with pads as well as uptempo D&B with warm bass & classic sounds. Shalmmming! Rüf Dug winds it up on the B, first more uptempo and frenetic but then he eases out with a marvelous chill out jungle cut with saxophones and all that atmosphere one can need for dreaming.
Four Tet with Designer from Melbourne with this standout electronic builder , flipped with a broken down unique beat mesh - very limited text - one per customer