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My Belief
My Belief - (5:49) 131 BPM Hot
Hear Dis - (5:33) 129 BPM
Eighty Four - (5:31) 129 BPM
Call For House - (5:01) 128 BPM
Review: Constant Sound is back with more of its constantly good sonics, this time from Dennis Quin who offers up a potent blend of raw minimal, tech and house. 'My Belief' is the sort of cut to get clubs marching as one to the jacked-up drums and whirring synth motifs. 'Hear Dis' has plenty of infectious garage skip to it and 'Eighty Four' layers up slick percussion with bumping drum funk and some nice exotic vocal samples. There will be an all-out party whenever 'Call For House' gets dropped with its wild synth lines and yelling vocals perfect for amping up the crowd.
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CS 045
29 Mar 24
Minimal/Tech House
Follow Me
Follow Me - (6:47) 132 BPM Hot
Frequency - (5:13) 132 BPM
Underwater - (6:30) 128 BPM
Review: Burnski and Kelper are two of the hottest artists in the game right now - their output is relentless and their quality is always high. It is now on the former's Constant Sound that they appear with three fresh new collaborative cuts aimed squarely at the floor. 'Follow Me' has nice hooky drum loops and subtle synth stabs under a seductive vocal. It's fun and functional in equal measure. Things get more naughty with hints of a dirty speed garage bassline under 'Frequency'. The vibe flips again on closer 'Underwater' which has disco-tinged loops and more laidback groves that bring a little warmth and sunshine.
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CS 043
09 Feb 24
Minimal/Tech House
Faces / The Rhythm
Faces - (6:15) 128 BPM Hot
The Rhythm - (5:42) 126 BPM
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CS 042
08 Dec 23
Minimal/Tech House
Pacific / Out Of Sight
Pacific - (6:09) 133 BPM Hot
Out Of Sight - (5:00) 128 BPM
Review: Burnski has been pleasingly productive this year, with the long-serving producer releasing a trio of solo singles and a collaborative EP with Kepler, all on his popular Constant Sound imprint. Here he drops another tidy two-tracker. He begins in confident, peak-time-ready mode, where rumbling, bassline house-style sub-bass and sweat-soaked, techno tempo house drums are smothered in saucer-eyed pads, sun-splashed riffs, spine-tingling chords and hazy vocal samples. He dips the tempo by five beats per minute on the similarly bass-heavy but altogether looser and funkier 'Out of Sight', an infectious tech-house bumper with sweaty sampled drum fills and hard-wired funk samples aplenty.
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CS 041
03 Nov 23
Minimal/Tech House
Boom
Boom - (5:22) 128 BPM Hot
Toxic (original mix) - (5:45) 128 BPM
Toxic (Alternative mix) - (6:39) 125 BPM
Review: When not knocking it out of the park with his garage alias Instinct, James Burnham is somehow also managing to find time to revert to his original Burnski moniker and the minimal and tech sounds with which he first made his name. On this latest EP via his own Constant Sound label, 'Boom' is a rude boy jam for sure - the filthy bass and low-end wobble are accompanied by ragga vocals up top. 'Toxic' is a more straight-up tech pumper with slinky hi-hat designs, smart filters and bass-driven drums. As always with this powerhouse, the subtle production details really elevate this one into a standout cut.
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CS 040
22 Sep 23
Minimal/Tech House
Gadget Crew
Gadget Crew (original mix) - (6:11) 137 BPM Hot
Just This Once - (5:15) 135 BPM
Gadget Crew (Skins Junglist Crew remix) - (5:46) 85 BPM
Review: Constant Sound is one of the many labels Burnski aka Instinct is heading up right now and they are all as good as each other. This one focuses on house and tech sounds and welcomes Adam Pits to the fam with three standouts. 'Gadget Crew' opens up and has a big, high-energy groove with plenty of oversized drum sounds and a retro melody paired with an intriguing soulful vocal. It has a dark garage tinge and is perfect for late-night action. 'Just This Once' is tough and physical, with warped and naughty bass and thwacking great hits irresistible to all. Last all comes a Skins Junglist Crew remix which is exactly that - a fine one for the jungle heads.
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CS 039
25 Aug 23
Minimal/Tech House
What I Want
What I Want - (5:54) 131 BPM Hot
This - (6:14) 128 BPM
Lucid State - (6:50) 131 BPM
Review: Is there anyone in the game that has been turning out such essential club sounds in so many different styles for such a long and consistent run as Burnski? Whatever he has on his cornflakes, we want some, because he's done it again here, this time with pal Kepler. 'What I Want' is a mix of everything from deep house to minimal to Chicago jack. It's a busy, restless tune with a hooky vocal that keeps you locked. 'This' is a more tripped-out 5am groove with warped deep space sound designs and airy drums that float. 'Lucid State' taps into a dreamy 90s tech house vibe that is utterly compelling.
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CS 038
28 Jul 23
Minimal/Tech House
Summer 23
Summer 23 - (6:09) 130 BPM Hot
Afters - (5:17) 127 BPM
Review: Despite presumably being insanely busy A&Ring for all his many labels which put out music at a high rate of release, Burnski does also still find time to make his own music. And it's top tackle too whatever he tries, from garage to ambient. To kick off with here, the Northern rock cooks up a super breezy and Balearic-tinged house tune that you can imagine playing at some vibey Ibiza sunset party. That's probably why he called it 'Summer 23' to be honest. Second track 'Afters' gets more chunky and tribal, with tight and pinging drums and that sort of wide-eyed, tongues-out energy that gets the freaks going.
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CS 037
16 Jun 23
Minimal/Tech House
The Greater Good
The Greater Good - (5:29) 138 BPM
Newbie Bounce - (5:31) 129 BPM
Flow Groover - (5:58) 129 BPM Hot
On Edge - (5:42) 130 BPM
Review: German beat maker Fabe has emerged over recent years as one of tech house's most skilled groove smiths. His drums and bass are always seductive no matter their style. Here he links up with Burnski aka Instinct's Constant Sound label for four more irresistible nuggets. 'The Greater Good' is super quick as it glides over rippling bass with silky chords, then 'Newbie Bounce' has a more weighty groove. There is elastic funk and US swing in the shuffling goodness of 'Flow Groover' then 'On Edge' closes out with bulky deep house beats and late-night synth work of the highest order.
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CS 036
12 May 23
Minimal/Tech House
Sunshine
Sunshine - (7:30) 128 BPM Hot
Running - (5:41) 127 BPM
Before - (7:12) 129 BPM
Searching - (7:00) 128 BPM
Review: Four new tracks from EB_Flow mark the latest release from the ever prolific Constant Sound label, as ever providing solid and dependable dancefloor gear that boasts a myriad of different flavours. 'Sunshine' wastes no time setting up a strutting, Van Helden-esque groove and lets it roll, adding a few vaguely nostalgic samples on top. 'Running' has more of a breaks feel, harking back to the days of rave's roots when breaks and acid could sit together naturally rather than in different genre pigeonholes. 'Before' is the most minimal of the four, peppered with frisky garage snares and a subtle but ultimately devastating filter breakdown, while a feelgood gospel-style vocal gives the closer 'Searching' a lovely optimistic tint. Constant Sound continue to deliver.
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CS 035
24 Feb 23
Minimal/Tech House
Where Are You?
Where Are You? - (5:47) 127 BPM Hot
Stop - (5:54) 130 BPM
The Way - (5:48) 127 BPM
Review: Three nicely varied offerings from the Constant Sound label's co-owner James 'Burnski' Burnham, headed by the ridiculously catchy and unashamedly party-stoking 'Where Are You?', where hyperactive, clipped vocals add a new dimension to the sturdy, garage-influenced house grooves that have become one of his trademarks. 'Stop' is cooler and calmer, jazzy vibraphone tinkling making way for nudging keyboard stabs, and delay-heavy reggae vocals and brass flavouring the irresistible shuffle of closer 'The Way''.
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CS 034
27 Jan 23
Minimal/Tech House
Shout
Shout - (6:48) 127 BPM Hot
Remember - (6:39) 126 BPM
Review: Constant Sound owner James 'Burnski' Burnham delivers a stonking pair of garage-flecked house tracks that offer up no nonsense dancefloor attitude in spades. 'Shout' is all about its monster rhythmic framework, with economic splashes of synths on the side simply maintaining the flavour and a properly full on old skool breakdown. 'Remember' leans a little further towards UK garage with its sugar sweet female vocal snippets, but the central groove hustles and bustles along with maximum weightiness, making it suitable for any number of differing dancefloors.
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CS 033
09 Dec 22
Minimal/Tech House
Trigger
Trigger - (6:52) 126 BPM Hot
Go - (6:02) 133 BPM
Move - (6:35) 131 BPM
Review: When he's not dishing out breaks-y garage and slick retro-future electro, Burnski still finds time to exercise his decades deep prowess in the art of tech house. On this new drop for Constant Sound he's clearly having a lot of fun sculpting a hefty, big room sound with Ibiza in its sights. 'Trigger' hinges around an epic breakdown-build up which goes off like a rocket when it drops, swinging with glee and leaning in on playful synth licks. 'Go' is an absolute monster too, which nods to Burnski's recent UKG explorations with some rough bass and a killer 4x4 groove. If you want to do some damage in the dance in the classiest of ways, look no further.
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CS 032
19 Aug 22
Minimal/Tech House
Freedom Mills
Freedom Mills - (6:00) 127 BPM
Fold - (6:00) 130 BPM Hot
Contact - (6:18) 133 BPM
Together - (6:44) 130 BPM
Professor Pace - (4:49) 133 BPM
Function - (5:52) 131 BPM
Basics - (6:13) 130 BPM
Era - (5:31) 129 BPM
Decisions - (4:42) 125 BPM
Review: The ever reliable Constant Sound is back, with Burnski's imprint serving up a full LP release by the ascendant Leeds DJ/producer Matthew Farrow aka Kepler. A solid selection of retro techno cuts are featured on Freedom Mills, and all for maximum dance floor impact. From the bleep techno euphoria of 'Fold', or the classic '90s house motifs of "Contact" to the dusty rolling beats of 'Professor Pace' and the sunset breaks of "Era" - they are all sure to bang the party. Tip!
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CS 031
12 Aug 22
Minimal/Tech House
What We Going To Do?
What We Going To Do? - (6:19) 132 BPM
Free - (6:47) 132 BPM Hot
Want It - (7:01) 132 BPM
Colour - (6:06) 132 BPM
Review: Four slices of frisky, twitchy tech-orientated grooves, spacious enough to be pliable, desirable DJ tools in the mix but embellished with enough melodic frills and spills to work under their own steam. 'What Are We Going To Do?' kicks off proceedings with a rhythm that owes a bit to the skippy US garage energy of Todd Edwards or Roy Davis Jr, stripped back but with a slinky bassline and mysterious mutterings voices adding additional atmosphere. 'Free' operates under similarly slanted syncopation template but counters it with echoing dub effects. 'Want It' and 'Colour' are a little more low key but still steady, solid club tracks that should warm up your public nicely. Constant entertainment.
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CS 030
10 Dec 21
Minimal/Tech House
Who Am I?
Who Am I? - (7:54) 131 BPM
Sunrise - (7:13) 129 BPM
Mima - (8:25) 131 BPM
Break '518 - (6:18) 130 BPM Hot
Review: Burnski's excellent Constant Sound keeps up the vibes with a new one from Rossi, a newcomer who impressed last time out on Eastenderz. His popping tech house and garage is catchy from the off where 'Who Am I' layers up nice cosmic pads and spaced out atmospheres while pounding drums make you move. 'Sunrise' is another silky smooth and dynamic deep tech garage cut while 'Mima' has rubbery drums and bass that pull you deep down into a nice warm world of underground sound. 'Break 518' rides a rugged breakbeat that is kinetic and crisp, while snappy snares do a fine job of keeping you locked up top.
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CS 029
23 Jul 21
Minimal/Tech House
Up And Away
Up And Away - (7:37) 126 BPM Hot
Big Steppers - (6:03) 130 BPM
Right Order - (7:57) 129 BPM
Let's Go - (6:37) 128 BPM
Review: Constant Sound strides into 2021 with a fresh four-tracker from Casey Spillman, a rising star of tech-house whose impressive releases on Infuse and LOCUS still get plenty of plays. As you'd expect, there's much to set the pulse racing across the EP, from the clandestine thrills of opener 'Up & Away'- all warped analogue bass motifs, brain-melting vocal snippets, sturdy kick-drums and jazzy percussive fills - to the skipping, bass-heavy shuffle of deep house/tech-house fusion number 'Let's Go'. Sandwiched in between you'll find the paranoid, slightly foreboding 'Big Steppers', which reminded us a little of Orbital's more minimalistic cuts, and the deep space tech-house shimmer of 'Right Order'.
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CS 028
14 May 21
Minimal/Tech House
Metodic
Metodic - (7:13) 124 BPM Hot
Adjuvant Register - (7:10) 125 BPM
Candva Cumva - (8:07) 126 BPM
Review: Burnski's Constant Sound imprint continues its fine run of form via a rock-solid EP from prolific Romanian duo NTFO. Continuing the vibe of the pair's original recent releases, opener 'Metodic' sits somewhere between driving European tech house and chunky, melody-rich deep house - all restless bass, spacey aural textures, reverb-laden lead lines and crispy drum sounds. 'Adjuvant Register' opts for a warmer but no less impactful or hypnotic blend of tech-house and deep house elements, while closing cut 'Candva Cumva' is a forthright and funky take on the more intergalactic end of the tech-house spectrum.
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CS 027
09 Apr 21
Minimal/Tech House
Contact
Contact - (6:20) 133 BPM Hot
Afterglow - (5:34) 130 BPM
Movement - (4:47) 134 BPM
Pulse - (7:23) 132 BPM
Review: Kepler has already been on a barnstorming run over the past 12 months with key drops on Pleasure Zone, Hoarder and Discotech amongst many others, not to mention his killer garage excursions as 0113. Now he shores up on Constant Sound with some fizzing, energetically charged techno that packs a punch and dazzles on top thanks to an acute sense of melody. DX7 organ basslines collide with cosmic arps and a thumping rhythm section on "Contact", while "Afterglow" takes things a little deeper without dropping the tempo. "Movement" revels in a cascade of interwoven synth lines, while "Pulse" takes a leaner, clubbier route without losing that up-for-it rush around the upper 120 BPM range.
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CS 025
26 Feb 21
Minimal/Tech House
Take A Leap Of Faith
Take A Leap Of Faith (original mix) - (6:38) 132 BPM
Take A Leap Of Faith (Relic remix) - (6:02) 130 BPM
Point Loma (original mix) - (6:50) 129 BPM
Limerence (original mix) - (6:30) 129 BPM Hot
Review: Dutch producer Chris Stussy has been seriously busy in the past couple of years dropping slick and slender tech house on labels like Eastenderz, Rutilance, Djebali and Moscow Records. Now he appears on Constant Sound with yet more sophisticated dancefloor gold. "Take A Leap Of Faith" leads the charge with a driving yet delectably dubbed out take on peak time tech house, peppered with vocal slices and a cheeky acid rub. Relic offers up a remix that straps a sharp, swinging garage house beat to the track with excellent results. "Point Loma" is a funky workout with some cracking slap bass hits, and "Limerence" gets a little quirky without losing the immersive atmosphere of the lead track.
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CS 026
25 Jan 21
Minimal/Tech House
Conquest Of Time
Conquest Of Time - (6:57) 129 BPM Hot
5am Club - (6:23) 135 BPM
Shake Effect - (6:25) 127 BPM
Devon Break - (6:00) 132 BPM
Review: The next drop on Constant Sound sees Josh Baker and Alfie Jack team up following their excellent joint outing on Aesthetic earlier this year. We open up with a seductive blend of minimal tech beats and plush, trance-licked synths on "Conquest Of Time", which is promptly followed up by the leaner, heads-down grooves of "5am Club" for the deeper dancefloor contingent. "Shake Effect" is a feisty offering with a bassy strut, snappy samples and lashings of atmospheric FX, and then "Devon Break" flips the script with a rolling breakbeat number peppered with acidic blips and bloops.
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CS 024
13 Nov 20
Minimal/Tech House
Jive
Jive - (7:41) 134 BPM
Honkey (Crazy Hats) - (5:40) 127 BPM
Ochos - (6:46) 125 BPM Hot
Review: Constant Sound welcome a true stalwart of underground UK house and techno, the one and only 100HZ. Lee Renacre has been delivering distinctive club tracks with an ear-snagging kink since the early '90s, and he's sounding as inspired as ever on this new release. "Jive" skips and swings with urgency, but the synths soar like the loftiest Motor City anthems. "Honkey (Crazy Hats)" is a more obscure affair that uses subtle inflections of rhythm and texture to create an immersive trip anchored to a steady kick. "Ochos" is a dreamier cut that places the emphasis on melody and atmospherics rather than straight up beats, creating a beautiful slice of machine soul in the process.
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CS 023
11 Sep 20
Minimal/Tech House
Process
Process - (7:30) 128 BPM
Systems - (6:06) 131 BPM
Long Train - (7:08) 131 BPM
Effect - (6:45) 128 BPM Hot
Review: Burnski brings it on home with a new drop for his label Constant Sound, showcasing that chunky, dynamic tech house sound that he's made his own for decades now. From the driving immersion of "Process" to the skeletal machine funk of "Systems" and on to the rabble-rousing jack of "Long Train", this is Burnski doing what Burnski does best. He switches stance for EP closer "Effect", which brings a beautiful dub techno variation to this classy EP with the inimitable voice of Paul St Hilaire ringing out amidst the metallic chords and subby bass.
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CS 022
21 Aug 20
Minimal/Tech House
Vagabond
Vagabond - (6:23) 131 BPM Hot
Sordid - (6:23) 132 BPM
Multitude (original mix) - (7:05) 127 BPM
Multitude (Pvt. Vasquez remix) - (6:47) 127 BPM
Review: Next up from the Constant Sound team they welcome the warbling wonders of Tom Frankel, who lands a very impressive four track creation, jam packed with old school garage goodness. We begin with the subtle sub textures and minimal drum movements of the title track 'Vagabond', before 'Sordid' lets loose a barrage of shimmering hi-hat patterns above a wavy bassline below. Finally, the skippy textures 'Multitude' combine bubbling drumwork with hard hitting sub-tones to give us a final injection of ravers energy, before Pvt. Vasquez delivers a breaksy rethink to call time of proceedings. Awesome!
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CSD 05
17 Jul 20
UK Garage
Hexy Dicing
Angel - (8:24) 128 BPM Hot
In Somnium - (6:52) 128 BPM
Come Inside - (10:33) 127 BPM
Review: Gavin Herlihy is a stalwart of 21st century tech house, with an impressive run of labels under his belt from Cadenza and Culprit to Crosstown Rebels and Leftroom. His Karousel alias pops up from time to time too, this time on Burnski's unrelenting Constant Sound label. "Angel" kicks things off with a light, subtly off-kilter mood. "In Somnium" has a luxurious acidic rub to it thanks to the nagging monosynth bassline coursing throughout, but this rave-baiting trope is balanced out by airy pads and a sleek tech house beat. Completing the set, "Come Inside" is a more knotty affair, using all kinds of organic samples and a more detailed sound palette to whip up some dancefloor magic.
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CS 021D
12 Jun 20
Minimal/Tech House
5 Years Of Constant Sound
Various
Burnski - "Another Source" (Mandar remix) - (7:37) 126 BPM
Diego Krause - "Abyss" (original mix) - (8:49) 125 BPM
Constant - "Dub Life" (S.A.M. Reshape) - (7:44) 128 BPM
Subb-an - "Rewire" (Relic remix) - (6:47) 128 BPM Hot
Burnski - "Get Up" (original mix) - (7:00) 128 BPM
Per Hammar & Okain - "Ritterfunk" (original mix) - (7:08) 130 BPM
Burnski - "Another Source" (original mix) - (5:40) 130 BPM
A Scott & Chad - "Mrs J" (Cab Drivers remix) - (7:29) 124 BPM
Vinyl Speed Adjust - "Semantic Expressions" (original mix) - (11:41) 126 BPM
Burnski - "Circuits" (original mix) - (7:07) 126 BPM
Michael James - "The Story Unfolds" (original mix) - (7:53) 126 BPM
Burnski - "Vivid" (original mix) - (7:20) 133 BPM
Burnski - "Your Love" (Steve O'Sullivan remix) - (6:21) 124 BPM
Burnski - "Changes" (dub mix) - (6:10) 125 BPM
Burnski - "Flight 723" (original mix) - (7:30) 128 BPM
Pakzad - "Correlation" (original mix) - (6:31) 128 BPM
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CS 5Y
29 May 20
Minimal/Tech House
Landing On Mars
Landing On Mars - (6:46) 130 BPM Hot
Olympus - (7:13) 135 BPM
Pulverise - (6:19) 134 BPM
Bump Strasse - (8:53) 133 BPM
Review: Gottwood residents Krywald & Farrer have been slipping out some choice club wares for a fair few years now, not to mention running the Persies label among many others. But now they make their first appearance for the mighty, prolific Constant Sound. "Landing On Mars" blows open the creativity of these two fast-rising producers in spectacular style, fusing taut drum machine propulsion with loose percussion and cosmically charged synths. "Olympus" is a fair contrast with its gnarly acid line and peppy tempo, while "Pulverise" makes use of a breakbeat to weave something spooky and sinuous in equal measure. "Bump Strasse" finishes things off with some tasteful, dusty deep house for the late morning crew.
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CS 020
17 Apr 20
Minimal/Tech House
Outliers
Outliers - (5:50) 123 BPM
What I Mean - (6:17) 124 BPM
Salt - (6:34) 124 BPM Hot
Review: Taking inspiration from the film Aliens, Pvt Vasquez sends in three dubbed out techno bombs with none more undeniable than "What I Mean". It's been a while since we heard this classic formula dublicated so well. For the housier option there's "Salt" which does away with saw waves for classic rhode stabs and deeper house reverb to match. The Heavyweight title goes to "Outliers" with its warehouse reverb, industrial atmospheres and squashed grooves. Deep deep in dub.
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CSD 04
20 Mar 20
Minimal/Tech House
Access
Access (Breaks mix) - (6:04) 133 BPM Hot
Rewire (original mix) - (7:19) 128 BPM
Rewire (Relic remix) - (6:47) 128 BPM
Review: Making his first appearance on Constant Sound, Subb-An comes correct with the deadly breaks flow of "Access" that pivots neatly between bass music and the minimal house blueprint. "Rewire" is a much lighter affair thanks to a classy chord sound that modulates at the core of the track, bringing a melodic hook into the mix to wonderful effect. Burnski and Michael James then team up as Relic to deliver a remix of "Rewire" that's heavy on the funk, doing a great job of tweaking that chord line and pouring some serious heft into the lower regions of the frequency range.
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CS 019
10 Jan 20
Minimal/Tech House
Planet 311
Planet 311 - (7:27) 129 BPM
Ritterfunk - (7:08) 130 BPM
Double Brew - (7:23) 126 BPM Hot
Review: Constant Sound continues to press ahead as one of the most productive entities in the minimal scene, and they're sounding as on-point as ever with this collaborative EP from Per Hammar and Okain. These two stripped back tech house champs bounce off each other perfectly, creating the kind of limber workouts that will sink under the skin of the after hours crowd with ease. Look out for closing track "Double Brew", which folds some gorgeous dub techno inflections into the mix with stunning results.
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CS 018
15 Nov 19
Minimal/Tech House
One Handed Dancer
One Handed Dancer - (7:11) 126 BPM
Pressings - (6:55) 120 BPM Hot
Taken To Task - (6:07) 123 BPM
One Handed Dancer (Benjamin Taylor remix) - (9:16) 126 BPM
Review: Constant Sound is back to the program, following up some great releases of late by heavyweights such as Vinyl Speed Adjust, Iuly.B and boss man Burnski himself. Next up is mysterious newcomer Public Housing who serves up three scorching tech house jams. First up we have the smooth and dubby DJ tool "One Handed Dancer" which is followed up by a cavernous and glacial remix by label alumnus Benjamin Taylor. For something a little different, he offers up the sweltering tribal rhythms of "Taken To Task" which will certainly hypnotize you into submission.
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CSD 03
12 Nov 19
Minimal/Tech House
Timeless
Timeless - (6:15) 133 BPM
Clutch - (7:00) 128 BPM
Correlation - (6:31) 128 BPM Hot
Review: Following on from his debut Pakzad release last year, Justin Pak returns to the Constant Sound roster for more tripped out techno. "Clutch" is a mid-paced roller that resounds to moody bass and tight break beats. Meanwhile on "Correlation", he puts his focus on a more atmospheric sound, with understated kicks, eerie synths and crisp, shiny percussion prevailing. It's like an amalgamation of Lost Trax-style electro and UK bass. However, the most dance floor-friendly cut is "Timeless", where Pak delivers a rolling, acid-flecked groove that'll appear to DJs who like understated but effortlessly effective club music.
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CS 017
04 Oct 19
Electro
Semantic Expressions
Semantic Expressions (original mix) - (11:41) 126 BPM Hot
Semantic Expressions (Mike Shannon remix) - (7:18) 125 BPM
Semantic Expressions (DoubtingThomas remix) - (7:17) 126 BPM
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CS 016
30 Aug 19
Minimal/Tech House
Polarized
Polarized - (6:53) 128 BPM
Another Work - (6:29) 124 BPM
Stardust - (6:10) 126 BPM Hot
An Other Planet - (6:53) 122 BPM
Review: Italian producer Benjamin Taylor (real name L. Constantino) is up next on Burnski's ever reliable Constant Sound, following up some great releases for Resopal Schallware and his recently launched own BT Records. Taylor proves himself quite competent in the art of dub techno here: from the delay-laden and bass driven groove of "Polarized", the icy and cavernous deep atmospherics of "Another Work" to the smooth glacial bounce of "Another Planet" which will work a treat at the cool down moments guaranteed. A solid collection of back room dubs bound to do the trick during the warm up or the afterhours alike.
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CSD 02
16 Aug 19
Minimal/Tech House
Dreamweavers
Dreamweavers - (6:43) 134 BPM
Init 1 - (7:31) 132 BPM Hot
Treat - (7:28) 130 BPM
Amber - (6:35) 127 BPM
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CSD 01
23 Feb 19
Minimal/Tech House
Vivid
Vivid - (7:20) 133 BPM
Motion - (7:45) 128 BPM
Visual - (6:27) 129 BPM Hot
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CS 015
16 Aug 18
Minimal/Tech House
Faith
Faith - (6:56) 129 BPM
Get Up - (7:00) 128 BPM Hot
Vertigo - (7:34) 127 BPM
Daydreamer - (6:56) 129 BPM
Review: Burnski's Constant Sound label keeps on trucking with this prime cut of crystalline tech-house for the more discerning heads. Lead track "Faith" is a feisty little groover, threading a wealth of field recordings and playful synth flourishes in between the fundamental rhythm section. "Get Up" has a freakier micro house bump to it that harks back to Burnski's Trapez days, while "Vertigo" does a marvelous job of spinning ones head right out with all manner of quivering synth tones. "Daydreamer" takes things a touch deeper to finish the record off with some crafty percussion, woozy melodic swells and immersive chord throbs in the lower register.
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CS 013
26 Feb 18
Minimal/Tech House
The Story Unfolds
The Story Unfolds - (7:53) 126 BPM
VSHL - (7:14) 126 BPM Hot
Perseid - (8:12) 125 BPM
H15 - (7:24) 123 BPM
Review: The crisp tech house machinations of Constant Sound continue apace with this excellent transmission from the ever rising Michael James. "The Story Unfolds" leads the way with a set of slick and slender rhythms locked into a quintessential minimal house swing, with plenty of subtle micro sampling bubbling away between the beats. "VSHL" has a chunkier disposition, using bolder percussive strokes that punch in unison with the wobbly synth lines. "Perseid" is a trippy affair loaded with zippy effects and dubby effects, and then "H15" rounds the EP out with a resolutely deep 4/4 meditation.
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CS 012
11 Sep 17
Minimal/Tech House
DNA Remixes
Another Source (Mandar remix) - (7:37) 126 BPM Hot
Cosmic Warfare (Diego Krause remix) - (6:46) 126 BPM
Another Source (original mix) - (5:40) 130 BPM
I Like You (Laura Jones remix) - (5:55) 125 BPM
Review: Burnski's debut album DNA dropped on Constant Sound last year, and now the label have called upon a strong cast of characters to do the remix duty on some of the LP's key tracks. Parisian trio Mandar bring a heart-melting tone to "Another Source" without losing their insistent shuffle, while Diego Krause strips things down with a functional broth of minimal minded business. The original mix of "Another Source" gets a fresh outing, and very fine it sounds too. That leaves it to Laura Jones to twist out a hypnotic electro version of "I Like You".
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CS 011
19 Jun 17
Minimal/Tech House
Lost In Translation
Circuits - (7:07) 126 BPM Hot
X - (7:00) 128 BPM
Flight 723 - (7:30) 128 BPM
Lost In Translation - (7:03) 127 BPM
Review: Leeds tech house hero James Burnham aka Burnski helms the Constant Sound imprint which has given us some tight grooves by Laura Jones, Paolo Rocco and Diego Krause of late. Here he serves up this new Lost In Translation EP but in our opinion there's nothing to take the wrong way here. On the contrary, opening track "Circuits" is tough and sleek Ibiza ready tech house that packs a punch, "X" is rough and raw house music that's stripped back and as tracky as you like it, "Flight 723" is deep and slinky tech house executed in the same style as Dusky, Huxley or any of the Aus Music crew while the title track is the deepest not to mention darkest offering here with a generous serving of 303 acid for good measure.
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CS 010
27 Mar 17
Minimal/Tech House
Crystalline
Laura Jones - "Crystalline" (original mix) - (6:00) 126 BPM Hot
Laura Jones - "Nothing Lost" (Endian remix) - (7:44) 127 BPM
Stephen Brown - "Concave" (original mix) - (5:39) 130 BPM
Stephen Brown - "PV" (original mix) - (8:38) 130 BPM
Review: Burnski and Jon Woodall's Constant Sound label continues to reach skywards following the formers essential DNA album, welcoming the ever-reliable Laura Jones and Stephen Brown into the mix with a collaborative effort that matches club precision with machine soul in equal measure. "Crystalline" works around Detroit motifs to great effect, while "Concave" ramps up the swing factor for a spacey number that gets fancy with the FX. "PV" too does a fine job of making the synths ping around the mix with a jammed-out feel, while Endian delivers a remix of "Nothing Lost" that leans on Berlin techno dynamics while injecting some colour into the situation.
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CS 009
10 Mar 17
Techno
DNA
I Like You - (5:07) 123 BPM Hot
Green Room - (5:06) 126 BPM
Control - (5:07) 126 BPM
Another Source - (5:39) 130 BPM
DNA - (6:57) 125 BPM
Advanced Knowledge - (6:47) 128 BPM
Cosmic Warfare - (4:50) 128 BPM
State Of Panic - (5:20) 127 BPM
Callisto - (8:20) 127 BPM
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CS 008
28 Nov 16
Techno
Abyss
Abyss - (8:49) 125 BPM
Realms - (6:44) 126 BPM Hot
Archetype - (7:10) 126 BPM
Played by: SEBO K
Review: Berlin tech house hero Diego Krause returns for the Abyss EP on Constant Sound. The title track is a fitting title for this tunnelling and trance inducing dub house cut, which rolls along nicely. Things lighten up considerably on "Realms", this is more of a soulful and sunny tech house cut that you could have imagined Krause rinsing at open air parties this past Summer in the German capital. Finally 'Archetype" gets all tracky and subterranean again with the dubby aesthetic making a welcome return on this surefire DJ tool for the late night.
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CS 007
19 Sep 16
Minimal/Tech House
Spaceport
Spaceport - (7:21) 123 BPM Hot
Meditate - (7:16) 124 BPM
Review: Romanian producer Iuly.B has been turning out his wares on all the right labels, from Visionquest and Claque Musique to Memoria and Fuse London, and now he's been tapped up by Burnski's Constant Sound label to unfurl a vision of minimal house in 2018. At this stage the influence of early deep techno is as powerful as any kind of modern stripped down house sound, and that comes through in abundance on the shimmering, ambient-tinged "Spaceport". "Meditate" draws upon some of the more familiar tropes of minimal house.
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CS 014
21 May 16
Minimal/Tech House
Capricorn Meet Leo
Torn (original mix) - (7:08) 126 BPM
Capricorn Meet Leo (original mix) - (6:48) 124 BPM
Capricorn Meet Leo (The Persuader remix) - (6:12) 123 BPM Hot
Review: Completing a quick fire trio of new EPs, Constant Sound hits release number six with a pair of new tracks from VRSION that come with a dance floor friendly remix from Persuader. VRSION is a German producer who has already made a big impact with his release on Craig Richards' excellent The Nothing Special label. Following up that in fine style is the opener here, 'Torn', which is a hurried and urgent track that sits on the divide between house and techno. It is driven and slick, rubbery and hypnotic but has plenty of nuance and funk in its well programmed drums. Some occult sounds and wordless vocals embellished the whole thing and it really is the sort of track that blows dance floors apart and will stand out in any set. 'Capricorn Meet Leo' then toys with kinked drum patterns, rattling percussion and fathom deep bass that sucks you right into VRSION's world. It's a restless place where harmonies ride up and down the scale, cause claps come at you from odd angles and dark vocals add a sense of paranoia. Remixing this one is Persuader, who does so with a stripped back sense of restrain. he retains the original's weirdness, but layers in serene pads and tripped out atmospherics that really make it ripe for playing at 4am. This is the most adventurous release yet for Constant Sound, and is sure to prove one of its bets as a result.
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CS 006
18 Apr 16
Minimal/Tech House
Dub Life
Dub Life (original mix) - (7:30) 129 BPM
Dub Life (S.A.M. reshape) - (7:44) 128 BPM Hot
Review: There is no rest for Constant Sound as the label quickly follows up top tracks and remixes from the likes of Paolo Rocco, Nail and Steve O'Sullivan with this new offering from Constant, aka the boss men themselves, namely Jon Woodall and Burnski. It also comes with remixes from Blackhall & Bookless, S.A.M and A Scott.

The Constant pair are well versed in house music in all its guises, both as DJ and producers, and it shows once again here. Their first cut, 'Dub Life', is a slithering, slippery and frictionless house roller with tunnelling percussive patterns, restless drums and myriad synth smears that really pull you down into a seductive groove. Subtle vocals add character and ensure this one will keep 'floors locked for days.

Acclaimed London based, Geordie raised duo Blackhall & Bookless then step up. As well as running their own night and label under the Jaunt banner, they play all over Europe and Ibiza so are well travelled talents. Their remix is a fired up, peak time techno leaning bomb with barreling kicks, ravey stabs and Detroit referencing pads that really grab your attention.

The S.A.M. reshape then offers up elastic, spaced out deep house vibes with airy hi hats, lots of height in the drums and plenty of feeling in the slithering synth lines that lace up the track. Closing out the package is a remix from returning label artist A Scott, who appeared on the second EP alongside Chad and once again impresses here. His fine remix is a lovably flabby and cavernous track with oodles of reverb, rattling train track like grooves and atmospheric pads that swirl all around you as you drift in his air beats. It rounds out another assured and accomplished package from Constant Sound.
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CS 005
22 Feb 16
Minimal/Tech House
Raw Moments
Raw Moments (original mix) - (6:42) 124 BPM
Raw Moments (Burnski remix) - (6:39) 126 BPM Hot
Raw Moments (Nail Smoke dub) - (7:18) 121 BPM
Review: Although only a few months have passed since Constant Sound was first minted, the label run by Burnski and Jon Woodall is now ready to unleash its fourth EP. Entitled Raw Moments, it features a hot original by Paolo Rocco and is backed with accomplished remixes from the legendary Nail as well as boss man Burnski. The title track is built on rock solid kick drums that bounce and bobble about as curious bird sounds and gloopy synths dart about next to cow bells and hi hats. It's expertly lively and robust.First to re-imagine the track is Burnski, who injects some seriously fat bass, a subtle sense of shuffle and infectiously crafted grooves laden with dub motifs and rich reverb. It's perfectly designed for no frills and non stop dancing, frankly. Last to remix is DIY Discs man, Classic Music Company associate and all round house tastemaker Nail. His Smoke Dub is a bulky house jam with buffed metal melodies, squelchy drums and sci-fi synth sounds that is deep, stays low and is perfect for back room basements.
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CS 004
07 Dec 15
Minimal/Tech House
Changes
Changes (dub mix) - (6:10) 125 BPM Hot
Changes (Deadbeat remix) - (6:43) 124 BPM
Changes (original mix) - (6:11) 125 BPM
Requiem (bonus track) - (6:06) 126 BPM
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CS 003
12 Oct 15
Minimal/Tech House
Mrs J
Mrs J (Cab Drivers remix) - (7:29) 124 BPM Hot
Mrs J (original mix) - (7:15) 120 BPM
Mrs J (Leonel Castillo remix) - (8:11) 126 BPM
Mrs J (Constant mix) - (5:53) 125 BPM
Review: After kicking off their label in style with Burnski's 'Your Love' backed up by remixes from Trus Me and Steve O'Sullivan, Constant Sound use their second release to showcase a pair of up and coming producers from Newcastle., A Scott & Richard Rowell. 'Mrs J' has been burning a hole in Burnski's bag for some time now, waiting for the right opportunity to get unleashed on the public good and proper. This time around, the choice of guest remixers shows the true digging nature of the Constant Sound team, as cult German production duo Cab Drivers are invited up to do their thing. With a multitude of aliases running since the mid 90s on their own Cabinet Records imprint, Daniel Paul and Jens Augustowsky have received praise from high places for their finely honed, crisply executed house and techno. Leonel Castillo meanwhile brings a hypnotic South American touch to 'Mrs J', as the Argentinian producer draws upon more than a decades worth of experience releasing on labels such as Aux-Rec, Airdrop and Sushitech. That leaves it to label bosses Burnski and Jon Woodall to team up under their shared Constant guise, giving the collaborative project a debut airing with this sleek and strutting reinterpretation of A Scott & Richard Rowell's original track.
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CS 002
10 Aug 15
Deep House
Your Love
Your Love (feat Beckford) - (6:33) 127 BPM
Your Love (Trus'me Your Love Takes Time remix) - (6:23) 125 BPM
Your Love (Steve O'Sullivan remix) - (6:21) 124 BPM Hot
Played by: Alkalino
Review: Active as a record releasing producer for a decade, James 'Burnski' Burnham has credits for a wide variety of labels in his discography, gracing everyone from Boe to Hot Creations. Constant Sound is a new label from the man, set up with Jon Woodall, Burnski's production partner as Constant. Music from Cab Drivers, Kris Wadsworth, A Scott, and Richard Rowell is promised over the coming months but it's a solo record from Burnski that kicks matters off with Your Love. A collaboration with vocalist Beckford, "Your Love" is one of those insistent, driving house cuts with dashes of acid to it and it's complemented by remixes from Prime Numbers man Trus'me and Mosaic boss Steve O'Sullivan who take the cut in markedly different directions. A solid start for Constant Sound!
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CS 001
07 Aug 15
Techno
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