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You Know - EP
877012
23 Feb 15
UK Garage
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You Know (feat Sara J) - (4:27) 133 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Close Your Eyes - (4:31) 129 BPM
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Locked - (5:02) 129 BPM
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What You Do - (4:58) 132 BPM
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Review: Rinse FM favourite A Motion is back delivering a unique, forward-looking fusion of classic speed garage and two-step. The You Know EP features four new bangers in this ilk, all peppered with further sonic elements. The spartan title-track mixes melodic wobble bass and floaty female vocals, "Close Your Eyes" features mean bass growls under hypnotic vocals melodies, "Locked" introduces spacey rave pads and "What You Do" integrates '90s house organs with raw tw-step friskiness. Fierce!
Allmostt & Friends EP
877025
21 Oct 16
Bass
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Vowels - (3:33) 64 BPM
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Allmostt & Pelikann - "Juice Box" - (3:31) 64 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Allmostt & Lace - "Blendr" - (5:18) 61 BPM
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Allmostt & Kodu - "Wb2" - (4:09) 63 BPM
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Review: 877 Records are a British outfit who specialise in the more bass-heavy end of the tech-house game and, along with labels like Black Butter, these guys are single-handedly taking on the bigger boys like Swamp 81. That's because each one of these EPs is a total killer on the dance floor, and this latest collaborative effort by Allmostt and company is effective and absolutely screaming to get mixed up on a pair of CDJs. "Vowels" sees Allmostt himself drop some snare-driven house on us like a pile of bricks, and this is followed by the more wonky, disjointed groove of "Juice Box", alongside Pelikann. Our man teams up with Lace on "Blendr", and here we have something a little different, a more swamped-out kind house tune that uses its few elements to create a full and penetrating DJ tool, but "WB2" has to be the EPs oddest and most daring tune, where Allmostt and Kodu lay down some utterly filthy vibes that recall the techno of Boddika and Jon Convex. Killah!
The Allmostt EP
877010
01 Dec 14
Bass
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Push - (4:18) 128 BPM
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Birds & The Bees - (4:58) 63 BPM
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Obsessive Compulsive - (4:24) 85 BPM
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Neurotic - (4:22) 64 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Tired Of Running - (6:21) 87 BPM
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Review: Allmostt continues his nomadic flex with a new EP for the 877 label. His music can only be described as a hybrid of UK bass and funky tech house a-la Claude Von Stroke, and this latest four-tracker might well be some of his most refined work. "Push" would work on any floor and in any kind of set, whether techno or dubstep, but our favourite cut has to be "Obessive Compulsive" for its choppy percussion twists and snappy vocals - the kinda banger Boddika would deliver in a set. Be sure to also check "Neurotic" for its '90s vibes thanks to those prophetic vocals...and those kick drums!
Relate/Check EP
877 013
23 Mar 15
Bass
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Relate - (5:10) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Check - (5:11) 62 BPM
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Relate (Hostage remix) - (4:39) 63 BPM
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Relate (Sly-One remix) - (5:03) 85 BPM
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Review: Bristol bassman Bromley steps up to 877 with two originals that purr with understated, techy menace. Spacious and just the right amount of twisted, fans of Mak & Pasteman, Wen and My Nu Leng will instantly connect:. "Related" is a two-step hummer that ploughs through the low end soundcape with a well-oiled mechanical flow, while "Check" comes complete with pads so icy they could reverse global warming. Remix-wise Hostage adds a steppy, militant swing and additional bass gurgles while Sly-One adds a whole new line of synth textures before stripping the vibe right back to its bare rhythmic bones. This will relate with a lot of dancefloors and DJs right now.
East Side EP
877016
01 Jun 15
Bass
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East Side - (5:01) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Calamari - (5:28) 87 BPM
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Somebody Say - (4:33) 85 BPM
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Never Forget - (5:26) 86 BPM
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Review: First introduced to the world via Roska's Kicks And Snares label last year, Bristol type Distro has since gravitated towards Brighton and the South Coast's bass evangelists 877. The East Side EP is Distro's second for the label and unlike his debut, which featured My Nu Leng Teng and Flava D, the four tracks are all his own work. With the freedom to fully express himself, Distro lets rip with the title track emerging in calm fashion before dropping straight into a hard as nails funky drum flex augmented by a vicious bassline. From here Distro veers off into steppier territory for the other three tracks, with the immense sub action of "Someone Say" really standing out.
Meltdown EP
877009
07 Jul 14
Bass
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Meltdown - (5:36) 129 BPM
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Meltdown (Flava D remix) - (4:35) 129 BPM
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My Nu Leng & Distro - "Sleepless" - (4:09) 65 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Pinnacle - (5:04) 129 BPM
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Review: Brighton bass evangelists 877 have the likes of GoldFFinch and My Nu Leng amongst their roster and can now boast the addition of the hotly tipped Distro too. Featuring the moody garage-flecked "Pinnacle" and the deep, wobble-heavy 4x4 of the title track, Flava D also remixes the latter into end-of-the-world speed garage. However, it's the thrilling collision of Bristolian heroes Distro and My Nu Leng on the big-beat-meets-disco-in-bass-town shenanigans of "Sleepless" that's getting the real hype from the likes of B Traits and Monki right now. On fire!
Tectonic
877029
12 May 17
Bass
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Tectonic - (4:50) 132 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Rap Money - (4:24) 132 BPM
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Bad Hood - (4:42) 130 BPM
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Played by: Unkey, Tik&Borrow
Point Of Entry
877 002
16 Jan 12
Bass
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Point Of Entry - (4:13) 136 BPM
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Arabian Prince - (4:01) 65 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Dali EP
877022
01 Jul 16
Bass
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Dali - (5:08) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Last Breath - (5:34) 128 BPM
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NRG - (6:21) 63 BPM
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Pramface - (5:09) 64 BPM
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Review: Every time a new Hostage EP drops we're confronted with a new set of tones, styles and genres, but we love the fact that this man can pretty much make any sort of dance music. This new EP for 877 Records is a delightful blend of techno and everything else; "Dali" itself is a house-centric techno track with a UK edge, "Last Breath" is a modern reinterpretation of UK harder, "NRG" is straight-up techno with a soulful vocal edge, and "Pramface" slithers its chuggy 4/4 on a leash made of tricky percussion and minimalistic melodies.
Bladderwrack
877015
11 May 15
Bass
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Bladderwrack - (6:17) 62 BPM
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Touchdown - (6:03) 62 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Red - (4:41) 62 BPM
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Review: Hostage, the Edinburgh-based beat-maker, has appeared on countless labels over the last few years and his style is in a continuous state of flux, hopping from funky electro house to jittering bass music with utter ease and pure charisma. He appears herein courtesy of the UK's 877 crew and this time he's in a technoid mood with "Bladderwrack", a gnarly fusion of dubstep wobble bass and straight-ahead four-to-the-floor. For seconds you got "Touchdown", a relatively more bumping affair thanks to its swinging drums, and also "Red" which takes a slamming kick-snare and spills another thick layer of distorted bass all over it.
Tetralogy EP
877018
02 Oct 15
Bass
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Grunt - (4:23) 63 BPM
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Bang Bang - (4:07) 63 BPM
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Ruff - (5:25) 63 BPM
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Magnificent - (5:12) 63 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: Horror bass, it's a thing. Well, it certainly is if you ask Hostage, its chief proponent. Here on the "Tetralogy EP" this Scots producer continues the course already set by his recent Bladderwrack EP also for 877, with dark house blending with more techno elements and dubby wobble too. Highlights include the sinister strings and cowbell bounce of "Grunt", the harder tribal-tech of "Ruff" and EP standout, the creepy house thumper, "Bang Bang".
Wartime EP
877023
22 Jul 16
Bass
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Wartime - (4:43) 130 BPM
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Pinch - (4:19) 126 BPM
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Hypho & Squane - "Hack" - (4:57) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Wartime (Majora remix) - (4:35) 65 BPM
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Pinch (Vital Techniques remix) - (5:19) 133 BPM
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Review: For those who don't know, Hypho is a rising talent in the bass game and his quest to reach the top level has gotten closer thanks to this latest injection of low frequencies for the 877 label. "Wartime" is the perfect lead tune, a string-led pseudo grime instrumental with a perfectly executed percussive rhythm, and "Pinch" follows a similar path thanks to its slithering beats. There is a collaboration with Squane on "Hack", a futuristic grime roller with a mean collection of beats and hollow melodies, which is followed by Majora's remix of "Wartime", a more uplifting version of the tune, and a Vital Techniques reinterpretation of "Pinch". Smoking bangers guaranteed!
Way Beyond Boundaries
877027
10 Mar 17
Bass
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Way Beyond Boundaries - (5:30) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Neurological System - (5:35) 84 BPM
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Squane - "Bog" - (5:42) 126 BPM
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Squane - "Bog" (Hypho remix) - (3:25) 58 BPM
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Hope - (4:05) 125 BPM
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Hope (Squane remix) - (4:38) 125 BPM
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Played by: BURNIE, Squane
Review: With releases from the likes of Hot Cakes Bass and Punks already under his belt, ascending bass star Hypho is on a roll. Having settled at the mighty 877 towers of late, here we he shares his latest with Squane. There are four originals here that really stretch the boundaries of bass. "Way Beyond Boundaries" fuses rat-tat-rat drums with acidic 303 squelches, "Neurological Senses" features eccentric arpeggios and kitchen sink percussion and the gentle "Hope" is pure bliss. Squane delivers the cool urban techno hybrid "Bog" (remixed by Hypho) and he returns the favour by reworking Hope into a ghetto-fuelled banger.
Kosa
877 017
21 Aug 15
Bass
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Kosa - (4:45) 64 BPM
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Conduct - (3:59) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Fallout - (4:33) 64 BPM
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Review: Scottish soundboys Bryan and Batosz follow in the footsteps of My Nu Leng, Hostage, Distro and Transcode with their 877 label debut. Three tracks of premium bass that lend themselves perfectly to tech, deep, breaks, house and dubstep sets, it's an all-out dancefloor demolition; "Kosa" rumbles with understated warped low end messages and an unrelenting kicks, "Conduct" is all about the dagger-sharp steps while "Fallout" hammers home with a 4/4 so crunchy, toxic and industrial environmentalists are rumoured to be setting up a petition to ban it. Good luck to them.
The Grid
877 004
19 Nov 12
Bass
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The Grid - (5:56) 65 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Hips N' Thighs - (5:24) 66 BPM
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The Grid/Hips N' Thighs (Remix)
877 007
14 Oct 13
Bass
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My Nu Leng - "The Grid" (Alias remix) - (5:01) 65 BPM
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My Nu Leng & Majora - "Hips N' Thighs" (Kry Wolf remix) - (4:45) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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My Nu Leng & Majora - "Hips N' Grids" (GoldFFinch remix) - (7:42) 62 BPM
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Played by: Tik & Borrow
Stealth
877021
13 May 16
UK Garage
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Stealth VIP - (4:32) 131 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Ritual - (4:33) 128 BPM
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Havoc - (4:32) 130 BPM
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Review: It's been way too long since we've heard from Polish duo Negativ. Thankfully they're back with a full force EP on another UK label, 887. The VIP mix of "Stealth" starts proceedings with a bang - dark tropical beats with a muscular bass bounce and even a cheeky hardcore break. Elsewhere "Ritual" sounds like Gary Numan's synth guys at a breaks night in Fabric and "Havoc" wraps things up with moody FX, evil bass stabs and tough, tense beats. Great to have them back.
Money And Drugs
877024
09 Sep 16
UK Garage
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Money And Drugs - (4:21) 133 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Money And Drugs (Killjoy remix) - (5:17) 134 BPM
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Review: Wise words from Dread MC, even wiser beats from Bristol's Notion & Young H. Chunky 4x4 garage with strong house tendencies thrown into the mix, "Money & Drugs" is an all-out dancefloor riot with catchy vocals, a deadly second drop and enough energy to charge a whole fleet of electric cars. For added screwface appeal jump on Killjoy's Birmingham-sounding remix where the bassline is twisted up just a few additional notches for added mischief. Blurry.
Well Rounded Rebel Alliance
877006
17 Jun 13
Techno
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Compton - (4:28) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Compton Give A Dam Jam (Donga & Blake remix) - (6:17) 129 BPM
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Donga, Blake, Richta - "Skeleton Grin" - (5:36) 127 BPM
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Played by: Murder He Wrote
Overkill
877020
15 Apr 16
Bass
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Overkill - (4:41) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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We Are One - (5:00) 65 BPM
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Play It - (4:54) 65 BPM
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Review: 877 Records come from the same school of thought as labels like Swamp81, Hessle Audio, or even Hotflush Recordings, but the imprint has always managed to keep at a safe distance from all the hype and nonsense surrounding the 'bass' world. This time they've got newcomer Saidwho to throw down some knowledge in the form of three heavy-as-hell cuts that sit somewhere between house, techno and pure bass-weight. "Overkill", "We Are One", and "Play it" are all shining examples that formulas are overrated, and that one doesn't have to follow any rules to come up with powerful, hard-hitting dance music with a UK test. Luckily, 877 know how to pick up this sort of talent. Tip!
Noise Complaint
877030
09 Jun 17
Bass
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Noise Complaint - (6:26) 135 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Warpaint - (6:04) 67 BPM
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Night Cap - (6:56) 135 BPM
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Played by: BURNIE
Review: Bristol's SaidWho is back on 877 Records with more of his dark and bass heavy productions. Following his last release with them, he has been a busy man, firing off releases with the likes of Southpoint and also maintaining his other alias: James Mannion. This EP showcases the darker and weirder side of underground music. Tectonic style darkside futurism on the title track, while "Warpaint" gets some seriously funky riddims happening in classic Ramadanman style until "Night Cap" gets proper street sound with its grimy, wonky basslines in full effect.

The Big Bad Wolf EP
877014
20 Apr 15
Bass
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Skelecta & Hybrid Theory - "Big Bad Wolf" - (4:36) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Skelecta & Hybrid Theory - "Big Bad Wolf" (radio edit) - (4:36) 125 BPM
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Yuandai - (6:01) 65 BPM
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Shells - (4:57) 66 BPM
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Review: Jump-starting his musical escapades with an EP for Four40, Skelecta makes his return and lands utterly upright on the UK's 877 with something of an anthem in the making. "Big Bad Wolf" is a collaborative effort with the one like Hybrid Theory and the duo have cooked up quite the jacker, where Dubfire-style percussion meets warped vocal shots and a militant groove. "Yuandai" is considerably more UK in nature thaks to its stepping rhythm, and "Shells", too, takes care of the grime vibes. Top stuff!
Nang
877019
18 Mar 16
UK Garage
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Nang - (4:29) 136 BPM
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Nang (Flava D remix) - (5:17) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Touch - (5:04) 128 BPM
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Review: Selekta releases have been pretty scarce of late so it's a thrill to see him finally return with two fierce new tunes to drop. Once again released through 877, these new joints are bound to take him to the next level. Brimming with energy, "Nang" is a speedy 4x4 assault, equal parts vitriolic and visceral, and it'll certainly get you moving. "Touch" on the other hand, is a moodier beast, all thumping jack beats, 303s and snarling bass. Flava D also joins the party, turning the title track into a slammin' wobble-heavy banger.
Flavour
877028
28 Apr 17
UK Garage
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Flavour - (4:35) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Pain In My Heart - (4:24) 128 BPM
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Played by: BURNIE
Review: New debutant for UK label 877, and this time the badman in question is the fresh-faced Skelecta, a producer who clearly understands the inner mechanics of house and garage badness. "Flavour" jacks up the house thanks to a glitchy selection of drums and a cold, pounding bassline that's reminiscent of 90s Artwork business, whereas "Pain In My Heart" goes for the suave approach with the help of some progressive bass science and a little bit of digital melody for the heart and soul. Bless.
All Mine
877 008
17 Mar 14
Bass
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All Mine - (7:15) 128 BPM
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All Mine (Bromley remix) - (4:28) 62 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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All Mine (Crown Duels remix) - (4:44) 129 BPM
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Promise - (7:26) 126 BPM
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Camaro
877 003
14 May 12
Bass
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Camaro - (5:39) 84 BPM
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Torino - (6:30) 60 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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The Prometheus EP
877 011
26 Jan 15
Bass
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Move It - (6:12) 62 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Prometheus - (6:38) 63 BPM
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Tell Me - (7:10) 63 BPM
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Review: Paranoid garage vibes abound as Slave City's Transcode lays down three deep shuffling bubblers. "Move It" bumps with an iced-out My Nu Leng vibe, all slick, minimal and moody. The EP title track "Prometheus" takes us down an even dark route as the beat pound with more of a house heaviness and the bass is more spaced out, unpredictable and densely layered. "Tell Me" closes the show with sweet shards of light by way a perfectly executed vocal snippet, laid gracefully over yet another warped and twisted low-end.
Strip Again
877026
28 Oct 16
Bass
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Strip Again - (5:22) 135 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Strip Again (Murder He Wrote remix) - (4:12) 126 BPM
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Review: Young H rushes through the place like a man on a mission, and 877 Records is there to contain the hazardous levels of low frequencie that this man is capable of whipping up. "Strip Again" is the tune, and Dread MC is the man to guide its hybrid framework with some utter vocal truth; pulling in all sorts of influences, from jungle to grime, and even old-school acid house, this is a tune capable of satisfying even the most demanding of bass junkie - those rave stabs! There's a remix from Murder He Wrote off the back of it, and the man manages to twist up the groove good and proper, injecting a fine level of garage power to an already blasting piece of UK dance music. TIP!
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