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Under The Sun
WARPCDD 244
13 May 16
Ambient/Drone
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? - (6:03) 141 BPM
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Give It Your Choir (feat Bibio) - (4:25) 142 BPM
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Infrared - (2:40) 120 BPM
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Falling - (3:16) 144 BPM
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Beautiful People (feat Thom Yorke) - (6:02) 92 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Where Do They Go, The Butterflies - (3:25) 160 BPM
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Sad Alron - (2:36) 143 BPM
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You Wash My Soul (feat Linda Perhacs) - (5:29) 150 BPM
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Cycles Of 9 - (4:00) 124 BPM
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Hi Red - (1:27) 147 BPM
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Ems - (8:19) 155 BPM
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The Blinds Cage (feat Beans) - (5:02) 115 BPM
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Dawn Of The North - (1:34) 153 BPM
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Khufu - (3:22) 121 BPM
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Rebel Angels - (3:08) 83 BPM
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Under The Sun - (6:30) 56 BPM
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Review: We all know and love Mark Pritchard. The Cornish producer has been one of Warp's finest artists since the '90s, and he has produced nothing but excellence from day one. We don't need to go into his history, as you should bloody well know it given the fact that you've landed here, but we will give you a little taster of what is at the heart of Under The Sun. The sound is definitely one that is shifting in shape, and while he has been known to make everything from techno to futuristic jungle, this LP is much more about mood and vibe, something that is clear from the appearance of Radiohead's Thom Yorke on "Beautiful People". That is not to say that the album is in any way too delicate or soft and, in fact, there are plenty of dark and foreboding moments that have rendered this dude's musical career so illustrious.
A Badman Sound/Heath Town/Inf Inf Inf Inf
WAP 390D
27 May 16
Drum And Bass
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Mark Pritchard - "A Badman Sound" - (4:23) 54 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Bibio - "Heath Town" - (5:04) 168 BPM
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Clark - "Inf Inf Inf Inf" - (4:52) 140 BPM
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Review: Warp has recently rejuvenated its infamous purple series of EP that rendered the label so enigmatic in the 1990's, and not only have they done the right thing aesthetically, but they're also picking the right artists to helm the mixing desk. This time it's a three-pronged artillery attack from Mark Pritchard, Bibio and Clark: Pritchard delivers a heady jungle rhythm with a contemporary look and feel, while Bibio's "Heath Town" is a sparse and prickly noise segment, Clark's "Inf Inf Inf Inf" prefers to remain beat-driven but genreless, perhaps best suited for the umbrella terms known as broken beat. A strong appearance form all three artists, and a fine addition to this legendary catalogue of British experimental and dance music.
Lock Off
WAP 349D
02 Sep 13
UK Garage
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1234 (feat Ragga Twins) - (4:18) 133 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Ghetto Blast - (4:27) 140 BPM
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Lock Off - (6:16)
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Soundboy Fuck Off - (3:03) 120 BPM
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1234 (instrumental - digital bonus track) - (4:18) 133 BPM
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Review: Never an easy artist to pin down for long, Mark Pritchard is back on his regular stomping ground of Warp Records after recent success with the likes of his Africa HiTech project. Following on from the leftfield madness of his Ghosts single, all manner of bass-led tropes get fed into a masher and twisted up with a fearsome level of sound design and party starting nouse. "1234" features the vocal delights of The Ragga Twins over a garage shuffle both addictive and futuristic in its finish while inspiring all manner of hype in the process, whether you want the original or the instrumental version. "Ghetto Blast" meanwhile gets stuck into a mean trap roll with plenty of wild sample hooks, and then "Lock Off" darts off the map with a cheeky uptempo cut of minimal percussion, primal samples and scattered flecks of jungle. "Soundboy Fuck Off" is more explicit in its use of old-skool rave tricks, from the nightmare stabs to the wild snare rushes, triggered without a shred of mercy for maximum floor damage.
Elephant Dub
MEDI 025D
20 Oct 14
Deep Dubstep
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Elephant Dub - (6:11) 140 BPM
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Played by: FatKidOnFire
Ghosts
WAP 341
24 Jun 13
Bass
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Manabadman (feat Spikey Tee) - (3:02) Biggest-selling track on this release
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Ghosts - (3:57)
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Duppies - (7:48) 159 BPM
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Get Wyld - (5:06) 140 BPM
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Manabadman (instrumental) - (2:59)
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Review: Following a thread started up with his Africa HiTech project with Steve Spacek, Mark Pritchard shifts shape once again but keeps that hyped-up flow going strong with this five-strong EP for Warp. There's plenty of juke flavour in the snapping beats of "Manabadman", bolstered by the patois delivery of Spikey Tee, while "Ghosts" channels a more trap-oriented beat through which to run rambunctious synths. "Duppies" makes for one of the centerpieces with its intense UK rave signifiers, from hoover bass to gruesome D&B stabs before deftly leaping into a jungle tear-out. "Get Wyld" mops up the mess with a sopping sponge of electro synth work hanging from a restrained drum track.
?
825646 824694
22 Feb 10
Experimental/Electronic
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? - (6:10) 62 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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The Hologram - (5:12) 91 BPM
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1234
WAP 349DA
09 Aug 13
Breakbeat
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1234 - (4:18) 133 BPM
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Scar
BDDNL 202
15 Oct 12
Hip Hop/R&B
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Scar - (3:04) 90 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Money Man (Harmonic 313 remix) - (4:12) 98 BPM
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Scar (instrumental) - (3:04) 90 BPM
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Money Man (instrumental) - (4:10) 93 BPM
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Money Man (Harmonic 313 remix instrumental) - (4:11) 98 BPM
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