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Static Assembly
LMNL 010
23 Sep 16
Industrial/Noise
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Peel Cotter - (4:04) 140 BPM
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Apnea - (2:39) 140 BPM
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Slow Riot Strip Light - (3:29) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Broken Teeth - (2:57) 140 BPM
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Older Order - (4:23) 140 BPM
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Complete Concrete
LMNL 009
24 Jun 16
Bass
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My Dream Life - (2:26) 55 BPM
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Mixed Messages (feat Gemma Dunleavy) - (3:12) 110 BPM
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Gold Bars Rhythm - (3:06) 141 BPM
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The Mantis - (3:17) 151 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Final Exhalation - (2:02) 65 BPM
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Review: Liminal Sounds introduces Orlando Volcano to the bass world, another talented newcomer with more beats than sense. Throughout this expansive five-tracker, Volcano touches on pretty much all corners of the bass spectrum; from the opening bleeps and chirps of "My Dream Life", you can instantly hear that this isn't a disposable dance EP, and even the more rhythmic tunes like "Mixed Messages" are filled with interesting outsider electronic and wonderfully crafted curve-balls. "Gold Bars Rhythm" would make any grime DJ salivate non-stop, while "The Mantis" offers a stringer percussive muscle, and "Final Exhalation" enters the realm of the sinister with its horror soundtrack approach. A diverse and provocative effort from this interesting newbie.
Pulse X Remixes
LMNL001D
21 Jan 13
Bass
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Youngstar - "Pulse X" (Visionist Remix) - (4:43)
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Youngstar - "Pulse X" (Blackwax Remix) - (4:21) Biggest-selling track on this release
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Youngstar - "Pulse X" (Slackk Remix) - (5:58)
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Youngstar - "Pulse X" (Pedro 123 Remix) - (4:13)
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Youngstar - "Pulse X" (Elsewhere Remix) - (3:48)
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Review: In the wake of a healthy resurgence in grime instrumental appreciation, Youngstar's classic dance-wrecker "Pulse X" gets a hefty remix package from a sturdy cast of equally chunky producers. Visionist gets busy with some classic string stabs and a sleeker version of the inimitable bassline, replete with some subtle touches of weirdness around the edges. Blackwax gets truly unforgiving with his jungle-infused workout, stripping the track back to bare bones with nothing more than a pristine lift of the "Think" break to guide you through. Slackk gets into a tribal flavoured fervour with his take, while Pedro 123 has a whole lot of fun with found sound madness to shape the beat.
Fruit Crush
LMNL 005
26 Jan 15
Bass
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Fruit Crush - (4:28) 136 BPM
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Shape Cut - (4:46) 115 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Armour Form (feat Strict Face) - (4:31) 90 BPM
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Review: It may be early days for Air Max 97, but already he's making his mark after emerging on Liminal Sounds last year. He's back in action on the same label with his slick, grime-inflected productions, sounding just as essential for the dancefloor without losing that esoteric bite that characterizes his distinctive cuts. The bass on "Fruit Crush" is wielded with flair, while the delirious vocal samples nudge the track into pleasantly surreal territory, and "Shape Cut" displays even more inherent skill for handling complex percussive tones and experimental sonic matter in a dense but dexterous arrangement.
Three Stripes
LMNL 002D
19 Aug 13
Bass
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Off Peak - (4:57) Biggest-selling track on this release
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Three Stripes - (4:07) 140 BPM
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Seeps - (5:10)
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Off Peak (VIP) - (4:42)
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Three Stripes (Breen remix) - (3:52)
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Review: This release by Birmingham-born and Melbourne-based producer Arctic (aka James Black) is Liminal Sounds' first foray into releasing original material. They're off to a good start as Black's star is on the rise, and he's delivered four cuts of prime future bass. "Off Peak" is top notch 4 x 4 with a smidgeon of moombahton for good measure (his VIP mix dubs these vibes out), "Three Stripes" is killer half-time 8-bit moodiness, while "Seeps" is sinister post-dubstep with flashes of UKF. Breen also steps in the ring with a punchy staccato-hop punisher, rounding off things with a TKO.
Physical
LMNL 004
15 Sep 14
Bass
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Talk To Them - (4:34) 93 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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The Wild Yard - (4:17) 60 BPM
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Mariah Believes - (4:53) 160 BPM
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Review: Berlin-based She's Drunk is making his full EP debut with this snappy three-tracker for Liminal Sounds, drawing upon the legacy of soundsystem culture and modern low-end permutations to deliver distinctive club smashers. "Talk To Them" leads the charge with a wealth of jungle reference points rubbing up against whip-crack beats heavy on the stop-start dynamics, flying breaks and mammoth bass notes around the mix with gleeful abandon. "The Wild Yard" takes things even freakier with a dancehall undercurrent and an irreverent line in helium vocal licks before "Mariah Believes" slows things right down to a low-riding jam peppered with sliced and spliced vocals.
Progress & Memory
LMNL 003
26 May 14
Bass
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Progress & Memory - (3:57) 142 BPM
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Progress & Memory (Neana remix) - (4:54) Biggest-selling track on this release
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Sleeveless - (3:48) 164 BPM
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Peak Flow - (3:43)
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Review: After stepping out with the choice remixes of "Pulse X" last year, Liminal Sounds is back with some fresh talent in the shape of Air Max '97, whose fusionist styles are bolstered by a serious handle on sound design and production skills. The title track is a sci-fi vision that takes the fragmented groove of juke and infects it with celestial synth work, before Neana remixes it into a stop-start slammer with equally non-conformist rhythms and sounds. "Sleeveless" on the flip comes on a little more measured with its discernible kick-and-clap beat and hooky off-key stabs, before "Peak Flow" sets things adrift once more with a complex throwdown of polyrhythmic drums and alien samples.
Bardo
LMNL 007
22 Jun 15
Bass
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Further - (4:06) 65 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Slate - (3:50) 123 BPM
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Timecode - (3:42) 65 BPM
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Further (reprise) - (3:54) 64 BPM
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Review: Copout stomps his way through the bass works with a follow up EP after his debut on Freshmore, this time for the neo-grime outlet Liminal Sounds. There's four sweltering bass hoppers on here, starting with the gutter-friendly "Further", then bringing forth the percussive beat muscle on "Slate", going across pacman sounds on "Timecode", and ending on a moodier reprise mix of "Further", a serious piece of pensive bass weight for the corner dwellers. Bash 'em!
Liminality 01
LMNL 006
02 Mar 15
Bass
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Copout - "Fluttering" - (3:47) 67 BPM
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Shining Force - "Initiative" - (4:50) 140 BPM
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Archer - "Outcry" - (5:03) 131 BPM
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Bushido - "Bashful" - (3:44) 93 BPM
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JGYB - "7th Note" - (6:25) 133 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: Liminal Sounds come correct with their first multi-artist collection. Each contributor representing the blistering future of instrumental grime and bass music, each cut is a refreshing take on one of the dance's most exciting creative pastures... Copout gets Amazonian with a be-fluted presentation of pressure, Shining Force takes us on a late night graveyard tour being sure to throw us through the thickest of sonic cobwebs, Archer strips the vibe back with a sturdy steppy brew, Bushido takes us on a one-way trip into an intergalactic warzone while JGYB does a fine Proxima impression as he lays down the wriggliest, tech-heavy sermon of the session.
Kickbacks
LMNL 008
11 Dec 15
Bass
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Chandemic - (3:18) 57 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Revolving Door - (4:17) 160 BPM
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Brisance - (3:46) 156 BPM
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Shuttered - (3:33) 110 BPM
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