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I Enjoy To Sweep A Room
NPIP 049
06 Nov 15
Experimental/Electronic
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I Will Unify The Hood Through My Vision - (6:41) 54 BPM
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Isolationist Revival SQUAD - (2:46) 78 BPM
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I Felt Like A Fox Being Hunted - (5:53) 100 BPM
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Concrete Over Roman Gardens - (3:24) 67 BPM
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I Went Home - (5:58) 62 BPM
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Wasp Cell - (3:20) 75 BPM
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Nihilism Was Not Sustainable - (7:30) 57 BPM
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Brick Through A Church Window - (2:29) 73 BPM
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Tie Me To A Rocket (And Point Me At The Ground) - (5:47) 59 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: Newcomer Sim Hutchins has gone from Ecology Tapes to No Pain In Pop in just one move, and that is surely something to praise the lad for. Moreover, he lands on the American label with a weighty album, a nine track beast made up of deranged house beats, pseudo noise landscapes, and ketamine-laced techno. Our favourite moments on here include "Isolationist Revival SQUAD" for its broken patterns and grainy bundles of sound circling around it, the lo-fi synths of "Concrete Over Roman Gardens", and the drone that slip into moulds of bass on "Wasp Cell". It's one not to be slept on, and highly recommended.
Vantablank Stare EP
UIQ 008
30 Jun 17
Experimental/Electronic
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Some Men (You) Just Want To Watch The World Burn - (10:12) 83 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Nescience Is Not Ignorance - (5:05) 75 BPM
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Some Men (Me) Just Want To Let The World Burn - (14:39) 110 BPM
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Vantablank Stare EP
UIQ 008
06 Jul 17
Experimental/Electronic
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Some Men (You) Just Want To Watch The World Burn - (10:12) 83 BPM
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Nescience Is Not Ignorance - (5:05) 75 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Some Men (Me) Just Want To Let The World Burn - (14:39) 110 BPM
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Clubeighteen2thirty
LOCLP 014
13 Apr 18
Bass
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No More Propofol - (2:57) 111 BPM
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Baby You'a Drug - (4:08) 115 BPM
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Lost Squat Dog - (4:39) 90 BPM
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Dumped By Pirate Radio (feat Vanilla Hammer) - (3:39) 126 BPM
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Her Lazer Lout Eyes - (1:47)
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Let's Commodify Our Love - (3:48) 140 BPM
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Bath Salts In The Saccharin - (5:47) 125 BPM
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Ecstasy Honeymoon Romance Period 2 - (9:01) 60 BPM
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Review: Sim Hutchins has quickly rised in the ranks, going from No Pain In Pop to taking the controls on Local Action with his debut LP, Clubeighteen2thirty. This is no easy ride through the placid realms of electronica, however, as Hutchins lays down some insanely provocative drum machine rhythms and broken loops of all shapes and sizes. In fact, the continuity between tracks like "Baby You're A Drug" and "Her Lazer Lout Eyes" is clearly audible even though they represent two different moods. The vision, the sound, and the style is invariably visible, though, making this a stand-out album for us. Both for this week, and probably for this year. Keep your ears peeled...
The Bedroom Club III
NPIP 044DL
18 Jan 16
Experimental/Electronic
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Sim Hutchins - "I Will Unify The Hood Through My Vision" - (6:44) 54 BPM
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Selector's Roll - "Almost A Gaze" - (6:32) 79 BPM
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Throwing Shade - "38 000" - (3:40) 65 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Kepla - "Ordinant 6" - (5:05) 74 BPM
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Carby - "Speechless" - (4:46) 79 BPM
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Jire - "Sout" - (5:22) 66 BPM
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