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Akkord
HTH 015D
22 Nov 13
Bass
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Torr Vale - (6:24)
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Smoke Circle - (4:07)
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3dOS - (5:39) Biggest-selling track on this release
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Folded Edge - (5:17)
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Conveyor - (7:02)
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Hex_ad - (5:57)
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Channel Drift - (5:25)
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Navigate - (5:12)
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Rocendal - (5:30)
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Undertow - (4:04)
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HTH030
HTH 030D
17 Nov 14
Techno
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HTH020 (The Haxan Cloakas Cloud Of Witness) - (10:46) 112 BPM
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Typeface / Greyscale (Vatican Shadowas The World Is Complete) - (8:30) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: Earlier this year Houndstooth regulars Akkord released the HTH020 EP, in which the duo took their bass-heavy sound to darker, more industrial places. It's something explored more explicitly on this remix package, which may well have two of the year's most radical tracks revisions. Tri Angle artist The Haxan Cloak delivers the epic 10-minute "Cloud of Witness" remix, taking elements from all four of the original Akkord EP's tracks, and turning them into an unclassifiable behemoth of bass, drone and strobing beats. Vatican Shadow's take on "Greyscale" and "Typeface" is a little more conventional, but nevertheless turns the two tracks into a powerful piece of techno that would demolish a dance floor in the right setting.
HTH020
HTH 020D
13 Jun 14
Bass
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Gravure - (6:02)
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Continuum - (5:13) Biggest-selling track on this release
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Typeface - (7:07)
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Greyscale - (4:26) 157 BPM
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HTH035
HTH 035D
23 Mar 15
Bass
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Gravure - (6:02) 60 BPM
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Continuum - (5:13) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Typeface - (7:07) 83 BPM
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Greyscale - (4:26) 59 BPM
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HTH020 (The Haxan Cloakas Cloud Of Witness) - (10:46) 112 BPM
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Typeface/Greyscale (Vatican Shadowas The World Is Complete) - (8:30) 64 BPM
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Gravure/Continuum (Fis Hayfield To New Mills version) - (5:16) 134 BPM
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Gravure/Continuum (Regis Whip Hand mix) - (6:11) 125 BPM
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Review: Earlier this year Houndstooth regulars Akkord released the HTH020 EP, in which the duo took their bass-heavy sound to darker, more industrial places. It's something explored more explicitly on this remix package, which may well have two of the year's most radical tracks revisions. Tri Angle artist The Haxan Cloak delivers the epic 10-minute "Cloud of Witness" remix, taking elements from all four of the original Akkord EP's tracks, and turning them into an unclassifiable behemoth of bass, drone and strobing beats. Vatican Shadow's take on "Greyscale" and "Typeface" is a little more conventional, but nevertheless turns the two tracks into a powerful piece of techno that would demolish a dance floor in the right setting.
Rcvr
HTH 075D
07 Jul 17
Bass
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Rcvr - (6:24) 148 BPM
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Xmtr - (6:20) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: Manchester dark merchants Indigo and Synkro, collectively known as Akkord return on the tremendous fabric in house label Houndstooth with these fierce UK bass derivatives. "Rcvr" deconstructs mid '90s jungle, using the breakneck riddims sparingly for dramatic effect, beneath truly chilling sound design and savage low-frequency exploits. "Xmtr" however gets more of a groove on: the beats are still broken and roughed up, but overall has more of a techno mutation about it that fans of Bristol imprints like Timedance or Tectonic will definitely be appreciating.
Obelisk
HTH 045D
23 Oct 15
Bass
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Monolith - (3:40) 90 BPM
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Megalith - (6:19) 83 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: Manchester's Akkord have been heavily involved with the development of Fabric's Houndstooth label, and the majority of their output has come from the legendary club's young and vibrant new imprint. Much like fellow Mancunians Demdike Stare, their sound is hard to categorise and distil into one genre; the present "Monolith" sits somewhere between the sparser of Shackleton's tunes, and the whirlpool of styles and genres that fit into the ambient/drone territory. Similarly, "Megalith", on the other hand, is a broken artillery of kicks and sporadic jungle breaks, a gorgeous pile of stop-start bass and drums that keep darting in and out from all corners. Ever thought what 3D music might sound like? This goes pretty damn near. Warmly recommended.
Gravure/Continuum
HTH 040D
25 May 15
Bass
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Gravure/Continuum (Fis Hayfield To New Mills version) - (5:21) 134 BPM
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Gravure/Continuum (Regis Whip Hand mix) - (6:11) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Played by: Usurp
Review: This 12" sees the welcome vinyl edition of remixes of Akkord's "Gravure/Continuum" from Fis and Regis which originally appeared on a CD issued through Fabric's Houndstooth label earlier this year. With the Mancunian duo possessing such a clinical take on rhythmic construction; it's always interesting to see how artists commissioned to remix Akkord choose to approach the task. Sometime Tri Angle artist Fis is on impeccable form twisting the track into paganistic string-laden ambience on his self-styled 'Hayfield To New Mills' version which brings to mind "Hashshashin Chant" era Demdike Stare. Downwards boss Regis goes for gravelly broken techno on his 'Whip Hand' mix though he channels similar levels of spectral foreboding to Fis in the underlying human groans set deep in the mix.
Navigate
080256 0200582
31 May 13
Deep Dubstep
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Navigate - (5:45) Biggest-selling track on this release
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Compound - (5:34)
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Destruction - (6:05)
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Title Sequence - (4:58)
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Tessellations
HTH 050DD
22 Apr 16
Bass
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Special Request - "Live From Alpha Centauri" - (7:21) 113 BPM
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Akkord - "Vector" - (5:13) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Marquis Hawkes - "Canat Stop" - (7:28) 113 BPM
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Second Storey - "Elephant Ride" - (7:27) 126 BPM
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Review: Taken from their third anniversary album Tessellations, Houndstooth remind us of four of the many hitman hurters they delivered earlier this year. Special Request's "Live From Alpha Centauri" is a straight up junglist romp conjured in the way only he knows how. Akkord's "Vector" dips into a very similar (champion) sound palette but does so at a much slower, starker pace. Marquis keeps us back at the foundation era with a seismic slab of acid house while Second Storey closes the show on a wonked out sci-fi note with a UR-level funkfest "Elephant Ride". Beautiful.
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