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Drums From The West EP
Medusa - (4:57) 138 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Drums From The West - (4:55) 127 BPM
You Think Too Much - (4:25) 66 BPM
Ah Bon - (4:16) 57 BPM
Review: Alongside the likes of Peverlist, Asusu and Kowton, it's arguable Hodge and Simo Cell that you would quote next as Livity Sound mainstays. The duo, in collaborative form, have been handed the honour of delivering the influential Bristol label with its 50th catalogued release. Be it presenting fiercely imaginative and upfront club bangers next to dancehall-inspired, 100BPM heavy hitters, the EP drifts into weightless grime territory with sprinkles of technicolour via "You Think Too Much". Staccato industrial techno rears its head in the title track, with "Medusa" a sweet tripper next to the percussive and heavy rave sounds of "Ah Bon". Go west.
26 Nov 21
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Needs 005
DJ Normal 4 - "Return Of The Hooligans" - (9:55) 130 BPM
Red Axes - "Treacksheni" - (6:24) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Hodge - "Signal" - (5:35) 123 BPM
NNFP 005
29 Oct 21
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Molten Mirrors: A Decade Of Livity Sound Part 2
Peverelist & Kowton - "Exhale" - (5:38) 115 BPM
Simo Cell - "El Gato Loco" - (5:37) 85 BPM
Hodge - "Do What You Need To Do" - (5:20) 133 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Bruce - "Just Getting On With It" - (6:27) 134 BPM
Kouslin - "Racket" - (3:51) 67 BPM
Jurango - "Drolle Prosse" - (4:26) 135 BPM
Toma Kami - "Sixty Frames" - (4:32) 60 BPM
Ido Plumes - "Albeit" - (6:41) 140 BPM
Surgeons Girl - "Grass Labyrinth" - (4:57) 135 BPM
Review: With the swift tempos, experimental beatmaking and leftfield club styles of Livity Sound a decade in the making now, Molten Mirrors Part 2 further champions friends and family of the influential Bristol label. With Pev & Kowton holding it down with an edgier dub techno experimentalism in "Exhale", Bruce explores the nether regions of futuristic and industrial rave with "Just Getting On With It", while Hodge brightens things up with the positive reinforcement of his melodic breakbeats in "Do What You Need To Do". Livity Sound's French quarter gets its inspirations from Toma Kami's middle-eastern motifs and funnelled jungle beats in "Sixty Frames", next to the rhythmic and deconstructed sound design of Simo Cell's "El Gato Loco". Tripped-out after hour numbers come through Ido Plumes's "Albeit" alongside some broken beat techno from Jurango and some live synth renditions by Livity Sound newcomer Surgeons Girl. And for the extra wildcard touch, check out Kouslin's lurking "Racket".
24 Sep 21
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TEOE Remixes #3
Hegel Dialect (UNKLE Reconstruction) - (8:11) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Constructive Ambiguity (Hodge remix) - (5:52) 136 BPM
Deep Fields Of Liars (DJ Nature remix) - (9:52) 130 BPM
Review: A legend in the house to be spoken in the same sentence as Ed Rush, Optical, Zinc and Roni Size, Bristol's own Krust takes it strangeways on Crosstown Rebels - and the label's third installment of album remixes. Diving back into that deep and hopeful sound of '90s drum and bass, breakbeat and soul is a rare UNKLE remix of "Hegel Dialect", that like Hodge's remake of "Constructive Ambiguity" lifts its inspiration of course from the halcyon days of hardcore, jungle and rave with ghostly atmospheres to boot. With a most fitting wildcard entrant to cap off this great remix series - that has so far included Masters At Work, Four Tet, Damian Lazarus, Batu, Calibre, LCY and Flynn - sweet New Yorkian house vibes and ambient percussion come through in DJ Nature's remix of "Deep Fields Of Liars". Krust & Crosstown equals result!
CRM 257
23 Jul 21
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Remixes In Blue
Lanes (Anz's Hooover remix) - (5:02) 68 BPM
Sense Inversion (Facta & K-Lone remix) - (5:04) 65 BPM
Lanacut (Shanti Celeste remix) - (6:25) 69 BPM
Shadows In Blue (Surgeon remix) - (7:37) 66 BPM
Ghost Of Akina (AYA 2010 All At Once remix) - (5:38) 70 BPM
The World Is New Again (Kush Jones remix) - (3:12) 107 BPM
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11 Dec 20
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Deviant Spectrum Vol 1
Colophon - "Late Summer Nostalgia" - (3:46) 121 BPM
Hodge - "Conjecture" - (5:46) 134 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Andria - "Unfinished Country" - (5:00) 129 BPM
Ansome & Ossian - "Buck" (PDL remix) - (5:52) 109 BPM
Sonar Base - "Earth Probe" - (8:08) 120 BPM
Stevie Whisper - "The Crying Wolf" - (4:48) 93 BPM
The Connection Machine - "Cafe D'Anvers" - (3:53) 129 BPM
TAFKAMP - "The Wrong Side Of Reason" - (13:18) 120 BPM
Tuff Sherm - "Guirow" - (9:16) 120 BPM
Docta Gee - "Himalayas" - (6:31) 123 BPM
Sematic4 - "North Star '78" - (4:39) 154 BPM
Darkmode - "Juke Beat" (DJ Di'jital remix) - (4:37) 138 BPM
Dez Williams - "Antilo" - (5:26) 131 BPM
Jensen Interceptor - "Quiet Earth" - (5:58) 137 BPM
Ricky Force - "Ecstasy" - (5:37) 85 BPM
DESP 001
23 Nov 20
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Shadows In Blue
Canopy Shy - (2:17) 62 BPM
The World Is New Again - (4:00) 65 BPM
Sense Inversion - (4:54) 69 BPM
Shadows In Blue - (4:55) 66 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Lanacut - (4:22) 64 BPM
Sol - (3:09) 67 BPM
Lanes - (6:16) 60 BPM
Cutie - (5:19) 64 BPM
The Ghost Of Akina (Rainbow Edition) - (6:56) 70 BPM
One Last Dance - (1:31) 80 BPM
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17 Apr 20
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Mother's Finest Compilation
Laurel Halo - "Hot Style" - (2:30) 154 BPM
Leibniz - "Reduced Scope" - (5:13) 132 BPM
Batu - "High Press" - (5:21) 130 BPM
Otik - "NDE" - (6:17) 84 BPM
Nasty King Kurl - "Complicated" - (5:01) 160 BPM
Karima F - "Falconhoof" - (5:37) 88 BPM
Anunaku - "Nascent" - (6:57) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Hodge - "Silo" - (6:44) 132 BPM
Franklin De Costa - "Rage" - (6:54) 128 BPM
Dynamo Dreesen - "From This Era" - (6:34) 133 BPM
Nico - "Common Drum" - (5:10) 138 BPM
Carl Gari - "Fred" - (6:08) 145 BPM
Katatonic Silentio - "Dis_Continuum" - (6:03) 85 BPM
Mosca - "Swann Morton" - (6:24) 126 BPM
Violet - "Infinite Source" - (4:00) 159 BPM
MFD 001
27 Mar 20
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Shadows In Blue
Shadows In Blue - (4:55) 133 BPM
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18 Mar 20
Progressive House
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Ghost Of Akina (Rainbow Edition)
The Ghost Of Akina - (6:56) 140 BPM
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12 Feb 20
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Conjecture - (5:46) 67 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Conjecture (Hackman remix) - (7:35) 128 BPM
15 Nov 19
Deep Dubstep
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Exogenesis EP
Raptors - (6:36) 64 BPM
Xenomorph - (6:21) 63 BPM
Night Run - (5:41) 63 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Bam - (5:22) 85 BPM
BH 058
12 Jan 19
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Tru/Opal/The Light Within You
Tru - (4:36) 136 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Opal - (5:43) 130 BPM
The Light Within You - (6:17) 84 BPM
30 Nov 18
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Splits (001-4)
Wen - "Late Night" - (4:34) 128 BPM
Facta - "Poliwhirl" - (5:11) 130 BPM
Hodge - "X" - (5:15) 164 BPM
Acre - "Don't Get Me Started" - (4:55) 130 BPM
Etch - "Toxin" - (4:11) 59 BPM
K-LONE - "Broke" - (4:11) 64 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Alex Coulton - "Radiance" - (6:07) 126 BPM
Chevel - "Tailwind" - (4:17) 120 BPM
Simo Cell - "Escape The Fate" - (6:30) 120 BPM
Review: We now get stuck into some futuristic percussive persuasions as we take a look at the latest compilation from Wisdom Teeth, bringing together some of the most forward thinking electronic musicians active today. Chevel kicks us off with 'TailWind', Before the clean percussive rolls of Alex Coulton's 'Radiance' and K-Lone's 'Broke' take centre stage. Acre then gets crazy on the synthesis with 'Don't Get Me Started' and Etch gets swampy on 'Toxin', before Hodge's 'X' provides us with some futuristic tech treats. We then round up the EP in style with two belters, as Wen supplies the eerie fire on 'Late Night' and Facta strips it back to bass and drums in the vibrancy of 'Poliwhirl'.
05 Oct 18
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C5/Still Smoking
Ishan Sound/Hodge - "C5" - (4:46) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Ishan Sound/Muttley - "Still Smoking" - (4:22) 140 BPM
Review: Bristol bass imprint Tectonic is run by dubstep legend Pinch and returns with more dark side, low-end extremities to truly push the threshold. It is mainly about the Young Echo affiliated Ishan Sound here, who on "C5" collaborates with local scene hero Hodge for a moody downbeat affair, featuring spooky horror movie synth textures over booming kicks and trap snares. He then joins forces with the affectionately known Alex Muttley - a rising star on the local scene who lends his studio talents to the equally compelling "Still Smoking". Featuring more grime elements this time around, for this wobby and splintered basement jam that's guaranteed to get some lighters up in the air.
TEC 101
27 Apr 18
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Beneath Two Moons
Beneath Two Moons - (5:49) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
There Is A Storm Coming In - (5:15) 124 BPM
Don't Hold Your Breath - (6:40) 123 BPM
All Is Not Lost - (4:27) 146 BPM
Played by: Djedjotronic
Review: Jake Martin aka Hodge has been releasing on Berceuse Heroique since 2014, but Beneath Two Moons is his most clubby release yet for the label. It comes after Hodge's off the wall experiments with Peder Mannerfelt, and feels like the Bristol producer is happy to go down the dance floor route with renewed vigour. The title track is a robust tribal affair, with cymbals crashing and droning sounds rising up through the ether, while on "There is a Storm Coming", he uses an ominous bass in tandem with waves of nightmarish synths to create the effect that the track's title suggests. "Don't Holds Your Breath" is by contrast, deeper and more frazzled - a bit like The Cyclist's Buz Ludzha side project- while Hodge finishes this masterful release back where he began, with the swirling, evocative ambient of "All is not Lost".
BH 46
02 Feb 18
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Beneath Two Moons
Beneath Two Moons - (5:49) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
There Is A Storm Coming In - (5:15) 124 BPM
Don't Hold Your Breath - (6:40) 123 BPM
All Is Not Lost - (4:27) 146 BPM
Review: Jake Martin aka Hodge has been releasing on Berceuse Heroique since 2014, but Beneath Two Moons is his most clubby release yet for the label. It comes after Hodge's off the wall experiments with Peder Mannerfelt, and feels like the Bristol producer is happy to go down the dance floor route with renewed vigour. The title track is a robust tribal affair, with cymbals crashing and droning sounds rising up through the ether, while on "There is a Storm Coming", he uses an ominous bass in tandem with waves of nightmarish synths to create the effect that the track's title suggests. "Don't Holds Your Breath" is by contrast, deeper and more frazzled - a bit like The Cyclist's Buz Ludzha side project- while Hodge finishes this masterful release back where he began, with the swirling, evocative ambient of "All is not Lost".
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02 Feb 18
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If I Could Stop
If I Could Stop (original mix) - (5:39) 130 BPM
If I Could Stop (Alden Tyrell & Serge remix) - (5:13) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Slipping (original mix) - (5:47) 127 BPM
Slipping (Kowton remix) - (6:10) 127 BPM
Played by: TCHPHNX
CBS 027
08 Dec 17
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5 Years Of No Corner
VMO$ & Boofy - "May" - (2:36) 68 BPM
Kinlaw - "D3 Hash" - (4:00) 60 BPM
ASDA - "The McDonald's Prayer" - (0:59) 60 BPM
Kinlaw - "Good Court He 24" - (3:26) 85 BPM
Lurka - "Friday Night Sit In The Dark" - (3:37) 54 BPM
Andy Mac & Ossia - "Soup Riddim" - (4:32) 93 BPM
SeekersInternational - "CyantConquer" - (3:17) 68 BPM
Lily - "Thoughts Of Liana" - (5:47) 56 BPM
Spiritflesh - "Ever Impending Doom" - (5:30) 66 BPM
Lily - "Self Help" - (4:32) 55 BPM
Hodge - "Body Drive" - (7:14) 60 BPM
El Kid - "We Need Mirrors" (Vessel's Psychosis mix) - (4:41) 62 BPM
Rodney - "Isn't Something" - (2:55) 60 BPM
Rodney - "Donny's Dress" - (5:24) 103 BPM
October - "Dissolution Illusion" - (5:30) 60 BPM
Filter Dread - "Oddity" - (3:22) 60 BPM
SKRS - "TroubleRoundDiCorner" - (4:34) 60 BPM
Filter Dread - "Drivers" - (2:24) 65 BPM
Wu-Yen - "Splurge" - (4:44) 63 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
YLTCU - "Aquaman" (feat Teeza) - (3:25) 70 BPM
Robin Stewart - "Ominous Bath" - (6:50) 63 BPM
O$VMV$M - "Shinobi" - (2:32) 77 BPM
Jabu & Chester Giles - "Slow Hours" - (3:48) 72 BPM
Jabu - "Move In Circles" - (2:50) 79 BPM
Mark - "Body Leaves The Room/Locking Up" - (4:56) 62 BPM
Asda - "The Desire For Light And Stars And Jubilant Songs" - (1:57) 80 BPM
ASDA - "The McDonald's Prayer" (Japan Blues Regrind) - (5:57) 60 BPM
SeekersInternational - "TekWeh" - (4:06) 75 BPM
03 Nov 17
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Swing For The Fences
Swing For The Fences - (5:22) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Aomame - (5:39) 128 BPM
Medway - (5:32) 120 BPM
Review: Following his release for Peder Mannerfelt's label, Hodge presents a different approach on Hemlock. Last seen on the label back in 2015, this three-track release puts a focus squarely on techno. The title track is built on robust, steely drums, subtle filters and some background effects. In contrast, "Anomame" is an atmospheric affair that rides melancholic melody sequences and a lithe Detroit rhythm, while on "Medway", the Bristol producer offers a third variant. Slower and more experimental sounding - thanks to percussion that sounds like a shack door banging in a storm - its creeping acid and eerie synths ride a minimal, stepping rhythm. It proves again why the UK producer is so respected.
HEK 030
08 Sep 17
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No Single Thing
No Single Thing - (5:25) 132 BPM
Light Waves - (6:30) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Joe Likes To Dance - (5:45) 83 BPM
Played by: Near
30 Jun 17
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Body Drive EP
Body Drive - (7:14) 120 BPM
A Break In The Building - (4:17) 120 BPM
Personality Shift - (6:03) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Played by: Cabasa
Review: Bristol's Hodge is back for some more interesting takes on techno and experimental electronics, following up that great collaboration with Randomer a few months ago on dnuoS ytiviL. The long intro for the textured, atmospheric and suspense filled title track soon gives way to a powerful and gutsy stomp. "A Break In the Building" is a dark ambient journey powered by the same 80's style angel choir synth preset used on his last release for Berceuse Heroique earlier in the year, while on "Personality Shift" Hodge turns his focus to creating Raster-Noton style ambient bleep business. The great video art shown in the music video for this very track is also present on the cover art of the EP.
NC 12003
25 Nov 16
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Second Freeze/Simple As
Second Freeze - (6:00) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Simple As - (5:40) 125 BPM
Review: Speak to anyone on the Bristol scene, and they'll happily tell you that Jacob Martin AKA Hodge is willing to open his studio doors to almost any like-minded soul. His latest collaborator is the similarly productive Randomer, fresh from inspired outings on Clone Basement Series and Dekmantel UFO Series. There's a real energy about A-side "Second Freeze", which slowly builds on waves of punchy, polyrhythmic percussion and creepy noises, before bringing in a similarly bold and speaker-hugging bassline. The talented duo goes ever further in this African-influenced direction of thrillingly percussive flipside "Simple As", where additional drum hits pepper a dense, polyrhythmic groove. It's one of the best drum records we've heard this year, and that's saying something.
02 Sep 16
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Burned Into Memory
Burned Into Memory - (6:17) 126 BPM
He Woke In Darkness - (7:15) 125 BPM
Forms Of Life - (5:23) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Played by: Sun People, Beat Werk
Review: Famously pushing for a vinyl only approach, London's Berceuse Heroique has now gone digital too, which is great news for all our non-wax DJ's over here, and our home listeners. Bristolian bass heavyweight Hodge returns to BH after a series of strong appearances for the label, and it looks like he's gone fully techno this time with the driving "Burned Into Memory". "He Woke In Darkness" sees him return to his grassroots, where spacey synths meet sparse beats. This is a fine follow-up to his recent Livity Sound 12".
BH 24
30 Oct 15
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Reverse Vol 1
Hodge - "Amor Fati" - (6:12) 126 BPM
Alex Coulton - "Bounce" - (6:31) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Simo Cell - "Cellar Door" - (6:57) 155 BPM
Batu - "Spooked" - (5:57) 120 BPM
Bruce - "Tilikum" - (5:28) 123 BPM
Alex Coulton - "Pointe Noire" - (6:24) 84 BPM
Hodge - "Renegades" - (6:18) 83 BPM
Bruce - "Just Getting Started" - (4:30) 128 BPM
Batu - "Clarity" (Dismantled) - (6:23) 118 BPM
Alex Coulton - "War Games" - (5:05) 86 BPM
Simo Cell - "Piste Jaune" - (5:45) 164 BPM
Alex Coulton - "Bounce" (Peverelist remix) - (6:17) 124 BPM
Played by: Vern & Milla, Unkey, Majora, Wolf
Review: After Livity Sound established itself as a self-contained affair originally centred around Pev, Kowton and Asusu, it was intriguing to see the net widen with the introduction of the Ytivil Dnuos sublabel as a place for likeminded, fresh talent to reside. After the previous Livity Sound original and remix compilations, now the 'reverse' label has its own collection, bringing focus on a host of producers who are now reaching notoriety in their own right. From the recent thrill of Simo Cell to Hodge's first outing on the imprint, via Bruce, Batu and Alex Coulton, this is as strong a statement of cutting edge UK soundsystem electronics as you could wish for.
23 Oct 15
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Amor Fati (Remixes)
Hodge - "Amor Fati" (Peverelist remix) - (6:13) 84 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Bruce - "Tilikum" (Hodge remix) - (6:14) 128 BPM
Played by: Jaquo George
Review: Ahead of the release of the Ytivil Dnuos compilation, Peverelist has opted to turn out a 12" that revisits two tracks from the recent past and sheds some fresh light on them. The label boss himself takes "Amor Fati" by Hodge to task, and turns out a delicately poised but satisfyingly weighty version replete with twinkling synth lines and jagged rhythmic incantations. Hodge meanwhile gets to have some fun with Bruce's "Tilikum", and weaves an emotional techno variation out of the component parts that stands amongst his most impassioned works to date, thanks in no small part to the heart-rending sweeps of chord that blanket the peak of the track.
16 Oct 15
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21 Versions
21 Versions - (6:46) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
What Your Heart Knows - (7:30) 85 BPM
Played by: Piezo, Tube and Berger
11 May 15
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Blood Moon - (5:47) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
I Don't Recognise You Lately - (5:50) 61 BPM
Recall - (6:13) 83 BPM
Tail Of The Snake - (6:22) 123 BPM
Review: With his profile bounding into the premier league thanks to salvos on Livity Sound, Hotline, Tempa and Berceuse Heorique, Hodge cements his reputation with a double pack on Hemlock that justifies every ounce of praise. Across the four tracks his rough and tumble approach to bass-infused techno dynamics holds court with confidence, as "Blood Moon" throws down dramatic grime strings over clattering drums and "I Don't Recognise You Lately" turns out a melancholic chime pattern embellished with tightly coiled slithers of percussion. "Recall" edges towards nervy blips and gargantuan claps, while "Tail Of The Snake" summons up tribal incantations in an uneasy UK twist on minimal techno.
HEK 025
23 Feb 15
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You Better Lie Down
You Better Lie Down - (5:13) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Exodus Blue - (5:56) 120 BPM
Return To The East - (1:50) 148 BPM
Review: After vinyl crushers for Tempa, Hotline, and Dnuos Ytivil, Hodge's dancefloor experiments find a welcome home in Berceuse Heroique with the quite excellent You Better Lie Down. There's a humidity apparent on both the title track and "Exodus Blue", and the former is perhaps Hodge's most focussed production to date. Its sole purpose, to mess up the dance, is executed with razor like precision. "Exodus Blue" comes from a murkier place, with strange textures rubbing up against piston-style drum sounds in a manner similar to Jam City. Space is found for Hodge to forgo the dancefloor completely with the brief, beatless outerlude "Return To The East" which sounds as if he's sampled the Tardis!
BH 13
06 Feb 15
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Worth The Weight Vol 2/From The Edge
Hodge - "Resolve" - (5:39) 126 BPM
Tessela - "Channel" - (5:44) 90 BPM
Kahn - "Helter Skelter" - (3:51) 140 BPM
Andy Mac - "Asteroid Belts" - (5:52) 126 BPM
Peverelist - "Roll With The Punches" (Kowton Linear mix) - (6:29) 133 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Zhou - "I Remain" - (5:18) 140 BPM
Kahn - "Tehran" - (4:25) 142 BPM
Zhou - "Locust Dub" - (3:57) 140 BPM
Bass Clef - "Stenaline Metranil Solar Flare" (Peverelist mix) - (5:55) 55 BPM
Ekoplekz - "Vanishing Land" (Intro) - (1:01) 126 BPM
Peverelist & Hodge - "Bells" (Dream Sequence) - (8:45) 60 BPM
Bass Clef - "A Rail Is A Road And A Road Is A River" - (12:05) 65 BPM
Review: Back in 2010, Peverelist's Punch Drunk label released the Worth The Weight compilation, a collection of hard to find classics from Bristol's dubstep scene. In the years that have passed, dubstep has mutated, and so has Punch Drunk, with the classic dubstep sound giving way to something equally as likely to feature elements of house, techno and experimental music. It's this direction explored in the Worth The Weight Vol. 2: From The Edge, a 12-track compilation featuring tracks from the city and beyond. While Hodge and Tessela represent swung house and techno hybrids, Bass Clef and Ekoplekz are on hand to provide some strange analogue deviations, while Kahn and Zhou represent the city's Young Echo collective. With Pev himself, Andy Mac and Kowton delivering a remix of the classic "Roll With The Punches", this is an essential compilation for anyone with even a passing interest in the past few years of bass-centric UK music.
15 Sep 14
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Amor Fati
Amor Fati - (6:12) 126 BPM
Renegades - (6:18) 83 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Played by: Paul Mac
Review: Livity Sound's offshoot imprint goes digital and sees a first chance to own the binary versions of Jacob 'Hodge' Martin's now classic Amor Fati single, featuring two hi-octane rollers that see him further rough up his sound for the dance. There's an exotic thread at the core of both tracks, with the title track in particular ramping up the tension with an ostentatious breakdown that loops a vocal cry over tumbling percussion before dropping down into a magnificently limber bass led throwdown. "Renegades" has something of a calypso tone to its looping synth line and snagging drums, maximising on a powerful deployment of the soca break when the drop comes but keeping everything shot through with that futuristic Livity malaise.
14 Apr 14
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Resolve - (5:39) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Prototype Fear - (6:11) 83 BPM
Played by: Mak & Pasteman
04 Nov 13
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Holographic Prose EP
Holographic Prose - (5:46) 123 BPM
Pressure - (5:47) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Monster - (4:20) 130 BPM
Slowing Behaviour - (7:26)
Review: Despite the fact that his stock has risen quickly in and beyond Bristol, not least through his work in Outboxx, Hodge has been selective and patient about releasing his music with just his fifth EP to date surfacing here on Well Rounded. It's a sign that he is still broadening as an artist, and certainly "Holographic Prose" speaks to that perspective with its cyclical synth lines and subtle staccato beats calling to mind krautrock more than the swinging, garage infusions he was first appearing with. "Pressure" too delves into a twitchy mindset that seeks to be singular even if it pops off a little less rigidly than its predecessor. "Monster" however slows down into a dub-infused lurch, while "Slowing Behaviour" maintains that angle and heads into thoughtful house of a worn-out nature.
WRHP 008
02 Sep 13
UK Garage
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Bells (System mix) - (7:30) 160 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Bells (Dream Sequence) - (8:45) 60 BPM
13 May 13
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Dusted EP
Tonda - (6:12) Biggest-selling track on this release
Dusted - (6:30)
Turmoil - (6:14)
Turmoil (Kowton remix) - (5:37)
Played by: HxdB
Review: Bristol's fresh-faced house progenitor Jacob Martin spreads his wings on this EP, making a clear distinction from the more laconic Outboxx material he jointly creates. There's a refreshing rudeness at work on the sub of "Tonda", while the drum programming comes in at nifty angles without ever peaking too far away from the moodiness of the outset. Likewise "Dusted" is a po-faced exercise in bass placement and minimal distractions, using the tails of select sounds to feed into a taut atmosphere in a style reminiscent of Kowton, the chosen remixer for this single. "Turmoil" in its original form does the nasty with some micro house chops re-contextualised amidst a rolling broken beat, while Kowton does the damage by focusing on a mammoth kick note and then feeding nervy strings into the mix.
DPL 004
26 Nov 12
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HxdB Presents Future Of Bass Volume 1
Acre - "Effected The Most" - (4:42) 138 BPM
Hodge - "Boy + Girl" - (5:49)
Magnum - "Schemes" - (6:05)
HxdB & Cure - "Mustard" (Cure remix) - (6:54) Biggest-selling track on this release
FBOM & Outlaw - "Compound" (VIP mix) - (6:38)
Simonoff - "Take Your Time" - (4:17)
Cairo - "They Met In Flushing" - (6:30) 140 BPM
DFRNT - "Tribal" - (3:53)
Wachs Lyrical - "Felt Smasher" - (5:37)
Submerse & Resketch - "Wafu Wafu" - (4:59)
Sclist - "V" - (5:10) 138 BPM
Shureshotz - "Redlight District" - (5:52)
Mirror State - "Bad Connections" - (3:57)
Blind Prophet - "Constants" (feat Brea) - (4:50)
Artifact - "Forgive Me" - (4:50)
Ceeda & Juxta - "Hypnotiq" (Juxta remix) - (5:28)
Kid Smpl - "Comfort" - (5:20)
B1t Crunch3r & Gravity - "Malfunction" (HxdB remix) - (5:36) 140 BPM
Self Evident - "Look In Your Eyes" (original mix) - (3:41) 140 BPM
25 Jun 11
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
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