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18 Hours
RINSE 050D
15 Dec 14
Minimal/Tech House
18 Hours by XXXY on Rinse Cue Track
18 Hours - (5:31) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
18 Hours by XXXY on Rinse Cue Track
Clap Pitch - (4:48) 125 BPM
18 Hours by XXXY on Rinse Cue Track
Tool (Satire mix) - (5:30) 125 BPM
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Review: Rupert Taylor continues his ongoing partnership with Rinse, with the three-track 18 Hours EP providing a solid follow-up to Never Enough released earlier this year. The title track sets the tone, with Taylor layering long, drawn-out chords and glistening electronic melodies atop a shuffling tech-house groove. He successfully flips the script on rave-era techno slammer "Clap Pitch" (think foreboding electronics, footwork style handclaps, booming sub and breakbeat hardcore stabs), before "Tool (Satire Mix)" provides a final flourish. Rolling and sweaty, it sees XXXY charge off in an acid house direction via some twisted 303 lines and hard-wired electronics.
Bash EP
PHC 006
27 Jun 12
Bass
Bash EP by Xxxy on Halo Cyan Cue Track
Bash - (5:53) Biggest-selling track on this release
Bash EP by Xxxy on Halo Cyan Cue Track
Bash (French Fries remix) - (6:37)
Bash EP by Xxxy on Halo Cyan Cue Track
Werk - (4:31)
Bash EP by Xxxy on Halo Cyan Cue Track
Give In To You - (3:21)
Bash EP by Xxxy on Halo Cyan Cue Track
Give In To You (Isotonik remix) - (4:02)
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Every Step Forward EP
ELIM 005
27 Sep 10
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
Every Step Forward EP by XXXY on Fortified Audio Cue Track
This Much - (7:22) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Every Step Forward EP by XXXY on Fortified Audio Cue Track
Just For Me - (5:33) 140 BPM
Every Step Forward EP by XXXY on Fortified Audio Cue Track
Turn - (6:51) 140 BPM
Every Step Forward EP by XXXY on Fortified Audio Cue Track
Flew - (6:23) 142 BPM
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Everything EP
WRND 013
16 Apr 12
Bass
Everything EP by XXXY on Well Rounded Cue Track
Everything - (6:24) Biggest-selling track on this release
Everything EP by XXXY on Well Rounded Cue Track
I Know This (Can't Be Love) - (5:03)
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Review: Summer's coming and Manchester producer xxxy has decided to have it. Big time. An excellent and vital producer, who's been impressing hugely over the last year with mixes on Fortified Audio and Ten Thousand Yen, xxxy steps away from his more woozy bass mode on "Everything", which simply leaps out on first listen thanks to a Chicago-esque vocal chopped up anthemically yet tastefully over some hands-in-the-air Juno stabs and jacking drums. Trust us, this is going to be huge. Up next, "I Know This (Can't Be Love) is pretty essential too, thanks to an unlikely mix of acid basslines and pitched-up vocals. Hugely recommended all round.
Goldfish
TTY 015
01 Aug 14
Bass
Goldfish by Xxxy on Ten Thousand Yen Cue Track
Goldfish - (4:40) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Goldfish by Xxxy on Ten Thousand Yen Cue Track
Evade - (6:00) 125 BPM
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Review: After making waves with his Never Enough release on Rinse, XXXY sidles back to Ten Thousand Yen for another chunky of hybrid club-wrecking tackle that shows off his production nous as well as his dancefloor instinct. "Goldfish" ripples with muscular energy, from the monolithic synth hooks to the nasty arpeggios and beyond. The drums are no slouches either, especially around the mids and highs as crisp snares and hats rattle out with militaristic precision. "Evade" has a softer feel, although it's still a gutsy, full-bodied production that leans heavily into the melodic tech house camp with its emotive tones and patient execution.
Got Me So
RINSE 021D1
03 Jun 13
Deep House
Got Me So by XXXY on SAB Cue Track
Got Me So - (6:04) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Got Me So by XXXY on SAB Cue Track
Studio 9 (Just Like That) - (6:38) 126 BPM
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Got Me So
RINSE 021D1
03 Jun 13
Bass
Got Me So by XXXY on Rinse Cue Track
Got Me So - (6:04) Biggest-selling track on this release
Got Me So by XXXY on Rinse Cue Track
Studio 9 (Just Like That) - (6:38)
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Review: Taken from XXXY's debut EP of the same name back in February, the title track has had clubs in raptures for months now. Fusing the melodic and highly danceable flavas of UKG while maintaining that deep house drive, it holds together retro synths and big, bouncing bass in a perfect balance. The crisp claps and dancefloor stomp of "Studio 9 (Just Like That)" gets an 808 rhythm to move things along. Add an infectiously simple vocal that progresses into classic deep house territory, is it any wonder XXXY is turning so many heads right now? If you don't already own the EP this is an ideal stepping stone into his world.
Kerpow
ACOO 12XB
18 Oct 11
UK Garage
Kerpow by Xxxy on All City Ireland Cue Track
Kerpow - (5:11) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Kerpow by Xxxy on All City Ireland Cue Track
Down With U - (5:12) 136 BPM
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Review: The near unstoppable run of xxxy continues with Kerpow on Irish label All City (responsible for that massive FaltyDL release this summer), complete with fantastically adorned, pop-art referencing sleeve. It's clear that his style has matured over his prolific run of productions; "Kerpow" is arguably one xxxy's most balanced productions to date, eschewing the day-glo garage of his recent tracks, and combining a pounding breakbeat and techno stabs with warm organ chords in just the right quantities. "Down Wit U" is a juke influenced cut, combining a relentless bass slam and restless 808 rhythms while the titular vocal sample adds a hook worthy of footwork contemporary Addison Groove.
Never Enough
RINSE 037D
09 Jun 14
Deep House
Never Enough by Xxxy on Rinse Cue Track
Never Enough - (6:57) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Never Enough by Xxxy on Rinse Cue Track
No More - (6:25) 126 BPM
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Review: Although he may have come from crisp 2-step roots, this new single for Rinse finds XXXY turning out a more accessible brand of deep house with the subtle flecks of electro and diva vocal that should make for a huge summer hit, with "Never Enough" especially moving with a kind of sugary acid confection of the boldest kind. "No More" is even more emotive with its sweet chords and vocal coos, rising and falling with the measured poise you would expect of any modern house producer worth their salt. It's a switch in styles for XXXY, but he nailed the approach without a hitch.
Progression
TTY 010
22 Apr 13
Bass
Progression by Xxxy on Ten Thousand Yen Cue Track
Progression - (5:58) Biggest-selling track on this release
Progression by Xxxy on Ten Thousand Yen Cue Track
Thinkin Bout - (5:28)
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Review: XXXY can do no wrong right now. Hot on the heels of his Rinse release comes this wonderfully understate double header that sits comfortably somewhere between 2020 Soundsystem and Damu. "Progression" is tech-laced, steppy and textured with twinkling arpeggios while "Thinking 'Bout" nods more towards a housier soundset while maintaining a lucid, skippy funk the breakbeat rhythm.
Science Fiction
FRMNT 004
22 Jun 09
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
Science Fiction by Xxxy on Formant Recordings Cue Track
Science Fiction - (5:08) Biggest-selling track on this release
Science Fiction by Xxxy on Formant Recordings Cue Track
651 - (6:05) 140 BPM
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Played by: Juno Download
You Always Start It
TTY 005
31 Jan 11
UK Garage
You Always Start It by XXXY on Ten Thousand Yen Cue Track
You Always Start It - (6:28) 140 BPM
You Always Start It by XXXY on Ten Thousand Yen Cue Track
Ordinary Things - (6:58) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Played by: Greenmoney, Liz-E
Review: Ten Thousand Yen do it right again with the future flex of rising producer XXXY. "You Always Started" will bear obvious comparisons to early Joy Orbsion - before he went all house - but that's no bad thing as it's drenched in a soulful emotion that builds quite delightfully towards the hair raising crescendo. The guile with which XXXY teases out the vocal sample deserves a golf clap. Equally impressive is the psychedelic house thrust of "Ordinary Things", chopping up the vocal over a skipping deep bump, with a swathe of burning tripped out melodies the backdrop to purple synth flourishes and cheeky whoo samples. There's a simplicity to the production but it's overwhelmed by the thickness of sonic emotion XXXY achieves.
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