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Eglo Records is a London-based label founded in 2008 by Alexander Nut and Sam Shepherd aka Floating Points. From jazzy, downtempo house, to dreamy, techno trips, mind-altering acid and smooth, soulful, laid-back R&B, Eglo has released tracks from artists including: Fatima, Mizz Beats, Destiny71z, Steve Spacek, Funkineven, Arp.101, Kirkis and Floating Points himself. Ho Tep is Eglo’s sub-label.
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Somebody's Child
Yes I - (4:44) Biggest-selling track on this release
Daylite - (2:29)
RNS - (2:39)
Ballin' - (2:40)
GNG - (3:06)
Meh (feat Rolla) - (3:02)
Long N Strong - (5:05)
Dancin' On Tables - (3:30)
@Me (feat Not4Many) - (3:00)
Give U (feat Jermaine Peterson) - (2:28)
Spare The Rod - (3:28)
Played by: Antagonist
03 Mar 23
Hip Hop/R&B
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@Me - (3:00) 107 BPM
24 Feb 23
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Dancin' On Tables
Dancin' On Tables - (3:30)
16 Dec 22
Hip Hop/R&B
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From The Floor To The Booth
Be As One (feat Simeon Jones) - (4:47) 62 BPM
Scorpio Sun - (5:46) 76 BPM
B*tch U Better - (4:59) 62 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Bird Bop - (4:40) 69 BPM
Stoned Alone - (3:26) 65 BPM
19 Aug 22
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Control (Remixes)
Gimme Ya Love (Daniel Maunick remix) - (5:32) 57 BPM
Love Light (Holloway remix) - (4:29) 131 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
I Won't Cry (Broke One remix) - (4:26) 173 BPM
Gimme Ya Love (DJ Taye remix) - (3:28) 170 BPM
Love Light (DJ Hank remix) - (2:51) 160 BPM
Love Light (DJ Taye remix) - (4:54) 175 BPM
26 Mar 21
Drum & Bass / Jungle
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Softbeta - (3:12) 142 BPM
Destiny71z - (5:10) 120 BPM
Foodprogramvoltage - (4:13) 130 BPM
Sinescannerz - (4:58) 146 BPM
Dimdraft - (5:28) 124 BPM
Technique ZSL - (5:27) 126 BPM
OmegaTX - (5:54) 120 BPM
Suckmyskin - (4:26) 144 BPM
T30001 - (3:08) 124 BPM
DPi - (5:57) 122 BPM
NUERON28X - (5:46) 126 BPM
J Terminal99 - (4:27) 143 BPM
FM2030 - (4:18) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Arc By Air - (3:55) 71 BPM
Review: Keeping it real in 2020 Eglo released a trilogy of EPs by the little known Australian artist Destiny71z that's born out of a project called Kirkis (via MODUS). Having released with Floating Points back in 2014/15, the curious producer sees his alias given a full length debut in Six that brings a sound that verges on the experimental antics that have made the likes of Aphex Twin and Actress to Lanark Artefax and FunkinEven so enjoyable. Full of crazy beats, noodling electronics and hi tech soul, Six delivers an album fully fledged with the best of bleep, acid, experimental garage and electro thrown into a sonic blender that takes the artist's sound to the outer realms of dance music.
26 Feb 21
Minimal/Tech House
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T30001 - (3:08) 124 BPM
11 Oct 20
Minimal/Tech House
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Cloud Cover - (3:18) 182 BPM
Humidity - (4:18) 159 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Control - (3:36) 178 BPM
Gimme Ya Love - (3:26) 57 BPM
Love Light - (3:52) 191 BPM
Letter To Myself - (3:35) 144 BPM
I Won't Cry - (4:14) 180 BPM
Colour - (4:21) 178 BPM
There Is Light In Everything - (5:30) 183 BPM
Sunday Morning - (4:25) 150 BPM
05 Jun 20
Drum & Bass / Jungle
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Gimme Ya Love
Gimme Ya Love - (3:26) 57 BPM
26 May 20
Drum & Bass / Jungle
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Love Light
Love Light - (3:52) 96 BPM
01 May 20
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Follow Me (Remixes)
Follow Me (Skeptical remix) - (3:49) 57 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Follow Me (Duke Hugh remix) - (4:18) 191 BPM
Follow Me (Steven Julien remix) - (4:53) 165 BPM
02 Mar 20
Drum & Bass / Jungle
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Eglo Records Vol 2
Steve Spacek - "Follow Me" - (3:32) 85 BPM
The Abstract Eye - "Grandfather Fire" - (5:13)
Dego & Kaidi - "Black Is Key" - (7:21) 114 BPM
Floating Points - "King Bromeliad" - (8:52) 115 BPM
Fatima - "Somebody Else" - (3:40) 79 BPM
Steve Spacek - "If U Wan 2 Find Me" - (5:07) 107 BPM
Byron The Aquarius - "Song For A Friend" (feat Cropper) - (4:23) 124 BPM
K15 - "Sunbeams" - (3:34) 87 BPM
Kirkis - "Vovo" - (2:00) 103 BPM
Fatima - "Technology" - (2:45) 90 BPM
Dirg Gerner - "What A Life" - (4:11) 135 BPM
Dego & Kaidi - "Acting Up On That Shit Don't Count" - (6:10) 124 BPM
Funkineven & Fatima - "Phoneline" - (4:34) 126 BPM
Patrick Gibin - "Cloud Nine" (feat MdCL & Javonntte) - (7:18) 123 BPM
Sauce81 - "Dance Tonight" (extended Disco mix) - (7:12) 120 BPM
Steve Spacek - "Garage Days" - (6:33) 127 BPM
Destiny71z - "Foodprogramvoltage" - (4:13) 130 BPM
Fatima - "And Yet It's All Love" - (3:41) 148 BPM
Floating Points - "Sparkling Controversy" - (7:53) 125 BPM
Steve Spacek - "Boo Boo Step" - (4:23) 120 BPM
Natalie Slade - "Humidity" - (4:18) 159 BPM
Dirg Gerner - "The Art Of Letting Go" - (4:02) 123 BPM
The Abstract Eye - "The Abstract Eye" (feat Steve Spacek) - (6:44) 128 BPM
Destiny71z - "Marmot Black" - (4:13) 126 BPM
Steve Spacek - "Follow Me" (Skeptical remix) - (3:49) 113 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
K15 - "Devotion" - (7:29) 120 BPM
Floating Points - "ARP2" - (2:22) 125 BPM
06 Dec 19
Deep House
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Humidity - (4:18) 159 BPM
27 Oct 19
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Foodprogramvoltage - (4:13) 130 BPM
18 Oct 19
Deep House
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Cloud Nine
Cloud Nine - (7:18) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
I Like To Show You - (6:18) 114 BPM
Review: Blend It! Records boss Patrick Gibin - a Brit based in Italy - teams up with keyboard virtuoso Mark De Clive-Lowe and soul singer Javontte (AKA Brian Garrett) on two tracks that could find their way onto soulful house, nu-disco and deep house floors alike. 'Cloud Nine' itself is a mellow deep/soulful houser that recalls the 00s heyday of Om Records, and that features what sounds like a vibraphone quite prominently, while 'I Like To Show You' comes on like a stripped-back boogie dub from the early 80s given an extra soul infusion and a little bit of bruk beat-style bottom end squelch.
15 Feb 19
Funky/Club House
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Natural Sci-Fi
Natural Sci-Fi - (8:40) 103 BPM
Deep Inside - (4:43) 96 BPM
Well Well - (3:04) 105 BPM
Take Ova (feat Oddisee) - (3:47) 95 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Carnival Nights - (4:18) 107 BPM
Shout - (3:20) 90 BPM
Things Outa My Head - (2:48) 106 BPM
Plain Site (feat Natalie Slade) - (5:01) 132 BPM
07 Dec 18
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And Yet It's All Love
Dang - (4:35) 76 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Westside - (4:23) 106 BPM
Attention Span Of A Cookie - (3:32) 70 BPM
I See Faces In Everything - (4:38) 75 BPM
Take It All (feat Roc Marciano) - (2:57) 131 BPM
Somebody Else - (3:40) 79 BPM
Caught In A Lie - (3:32) 76 BPM
Waltz - (2:53) 86 BPM
So Rite - (3:27) 72 BPM
Movie - (5:15) 79 BPM
Note To Self - (1:01) 72 BPM
And Yet It's All Love - (3:41) 74 BPM
Review: Finally! Swedish-born/UK-based soul chanteuse Fatima makes her long awaited return to Eglo to build on the incredible reputation of her evergreen debut LP Yellow Memories. Once again biting down on that sweet spot between soul, R&B and hip-hop, it's an alluring affair that ranges from the upbeat electro boogie twists of "I See Faces In Everything" to the smoky cinematic soul of "Caught In A Lie" via the dramatic string-set poetry with Roc Marciano "Take It All" and the barbed dream of "Waltz" yet holds a consistency and strong narrative throughout thank to expert production duties from MNDSGN, JD Reid, Purist, Taz, Arnold, Swarvy, Natureboy and Flako.
28 Sep 18
Hip Hop/R&B
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Caught In A Lie
Caught In A Lie - (3:32) 76 BPM
Played by: D-Funk
15 Jun 18
Hip Hop/R&B
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EP3/Mov Clsr
Mov Clsr (feat Natalie Slade) - (6:16) 126 BPM
Garage Days - (6:33) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Boo Boo Step - (4:23) 120 BPM
Nano Nights - (4:51) 108 BPM
Review: First he asked us to follow him, then he asked us if we wanted to find to find him. Now he's asking us to move closer... Steve Spacek's Eglo series has been a remarkable trip so far as he continues to illustrate unseen pictures with far-out, unbounded sounds and arrangement. "Mov Clsr" is the steamy dreamy soul number while "Garage Days" unravels the usually tightly wound two-step into a much spacier, dreamy affair, "Boo Boo Step" is a trip into the heart of an old BBC Micro computer while "Nano Nights" closes on a flighty 160BPM step session where lights twinkle and cascade with fluorescent fun. No one makes music like Spacek. Beautiful.
16 Mar 18
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Sunbeams - (3:34) 87 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Starburst 3 - (5:07) 140 BPM
Esencia - (1:30) 81 BPM
Review: Last time out Kieron Ifill AKA K15 was sharing vinyl space with legendary British techno producer Mr G. This time round, he's back on a solo mission, laying down three deep and expansive tracks for the mighty Eglo Records. Opener "Sunbeams" is undoubtedly a slab of hazy summer sunshine, with Ifill encasing a jaunty samba groove in lilting Rhodes riffs and Kaidi Tatham style synthesizer solos. The influence of Tatham's Herbie Hancock-inspired approach can also be heard on the intergalactic jazz-funk positivity of "Sunbeams 3", while "Essencia" is deliciously woozy and glassy eyed, with yearning melodies and analogue synthesizer chords rising above skittish jazz drums.
02 Feb 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Somebody Else
Somebody Else - (3:40) 79 BPM
13 Oct 17
Hip Hop/R&B
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Leaving This Planet
Song For A Friend (feat Cropper) - (4:23) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Mind Body & Soul - (4:37) 120 BPM
Blow Your Mind - (4:21) 91 BPM
S.S.D.P - (6:43) 92 BPM
Review: Since going solo last year, former Onra collaborator Byron Blaylock has yet to put a foot wrong. Each successive EP has brought with it a swathe of killer new jams straddling the blurred lines between soul, jazz, hip-hop, deep house and jazz-funk. There's more of the same on Leaving This Planet, the Alabama-raised producer's first EP for the mighty Eglo. So while opener "Song for a Friend" is a superior, jazz-flecked deep house bumper smothered in killer electric piano solos, the track that follows, "Mind, Body & Soul" is a squelchy tech-jazz masterpiece. It's the same story on the flip, as floor-friendly jazz-breaks ("Blow Your Mind") make way for a heady trip into intergalactic jazz-funk territory ("SSDP"). As the worn-out old saying goes, this is "all killer, no filler".
25 Aug 17
Deep House
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Dance Tonight
Dance Tonight - (4:05) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Dance Tonight (Disco dub) - (4:00) 120 BPM
27 Jan 17
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If U Wan 2 Find Me/Time Is Running Out
If U Wan 2 Find Me - (5:07) 107 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Time Is Running Out - (6:19) 129 BPM
If U Wan 2 Find Me (Acapella) - (4:31) 154 BPM
If U Wan 2 Find Me (instrumental) - (5:07) 107 BPM
Review: This isn't exactly confidential information but, in case you weren't aware, Steve Spacek is D-Bridge's brother, a man who has helped to shape d&b over the years; it's clear that electronic music runs deep in the family bloodline, and both have achieved something special over the years. Eglo has been pivotal in shaping Spacek's career as of late, positioning him as a leader of the UK house-juke-bass crossover. "If You Want 2 Find Me" is the main tune here, and it leads with a rolling punch of bass dropped over sparse r&b vocals in what is a truly deep and magnetic piece of club music. "Time Is Running Out" is much more house-leaning thanks to its steady 4/4 sway, but the groove is filled with deep harmonics and hazy, spectral sonic aesthetic. There is also an acapella of the title track, and an instrumental for the heads. Big release from Floating Points' stable!
16 Dec 16
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Follow Me
Follow Me - (3:32) 85 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Follow Me (instrumental) - (3:32) 85 BPM
Follow Me (acapella) - (2:31) 131 BPM
Review: Stuttering off-beat fractured dancehall wizardry, Spacek smashes it once again with "Follow Me". Nothing fits as it should - and that's exactly how we like it. The keys ripple just behind the drums while the bass bumps ahead of them and Steve keeps his own time with his clipped falsetto falling just on the rhythmic sweet spot - but you're never quite sure how he made it in time. Loaded with an instrumental and acapella, there's heaps of creativity to be had right here.
30 Sep 16
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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EP 2
Black Is Key - (7:21) 57 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Man Made - (4:23) 85 BPM
Orbiting Uhura - (6:09) 55 BPM
The Vault Descends - (5:25) 79 BPM
Review: UK legend Dego and killer keys-man Kaidi Tatham have been in a rich vein of form of late, dropping brilliant EPs on Eglo, Sound Signature and Rush Hour (the latter under their 2000Black alias). Here, they return to Eglo with four more slices of warm, rich, soul-flecked fluidity. As with previous outings, much of the material has a laidback jazz-funk feel, particularly "Orbiting Uhara" and the delicious "The Vault Descends" (think bustling bruk rhythms and darting boogie synths). They also offer up some tougher, synth-laden bruk-funk in the shape of "Man Made", while "Black Is Key" sees them unfurl a head-nodding vocal roller.
17 Jul 15
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Liverbleach EP
Liverbleach - (2:20) 128 BPM
Kirkis Runs The Voodoo Town - (3:18) 152 BPM
Vovo - (2:00) 103 BPM
Helium - (3:01) 80 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Played by: BodyMoves
Review: Melbourne's shady Matthew Kirkis is back with more musical forays from the outer reaches of the space-jazz cosmos. He's either a genius or frankly insane, actually maybe he's in the middle there somewhere, but on the Liverbleach EP we get four tracks that may provide the answer. From the tripped out synth-stab abstraction of the title track to the organic, loose and fretless jazz of "Kirkis Runs The Voodoo Town", the broken-synth-falling-down-the-stairs summery grooves of "Vovo" and the slo-mo Fender Rhodes nod-out, "Helium", the answer's in there somewhere - you just gotta listen.
27 Apr 15
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Name Surname EP
Name Surname - (6:03) 107 BPM
Too Mean To Lie - (6:36) 65 BPM
Pinter - (4:53) 70 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Rhyme Or Reason - (4:22) 76 BPM
Review: South East London four-piece Hejira made a big splash with their Matthew Herbert-produced debut album, 2013's Prayer Before Birth, and the same year's Floating Test collaboration with Floating Points. Here, they resurface on the latter and Alex Nut's Eglo imprint. The Name Surname EP is an altogether softer, dreamier set of tracks than their previous releases, but it's no worse for it. There's something wonderfully attractive about the emotion-rich vocals, subtle pianos and sparse electronic rhythms of "Pinter", while "Rhyme Or Reason" sounds like an inspired blend of smoky trip-hop and '60s psychedelic pop. That hint of psychedelia can also be heard on "Too Mean To Lie", while the title track is a yearning, sun-kissed delight.
06 Apr 15
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Worm Jelly
Worm Jelly - (3:41) 101 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Oh Serene Zoltar - (3:05) 83 BPM
14 Apr 14
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Dego & Kaidi
Ankle Injury - (3:26) 143 BPM
Acting Up On That Shit Don't Count - (6:10) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Don't Remain The Same - (5:18) 116 BPM
Carrots & Sesame - (3:57) 120 BPM
27 Jan 14
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Funkineven - "Egypt" - (5:24) Biggest-selling track on this release
The Abstract Eye - "Reflexes" - (6:46)
Review: Although Funkineven's been an Eglozoid from the label's early days, recent times have seen the producer and DJ develop an independent streak, establishing his own Apron label and laying down collaborative roots with like-minded stateside artists Kyle Hall and Delroy Edwards. The bond is still strong however, and Funkineven makes a superb return to Eglo colours here with "Egypt" a cut described quite aptly by the label as a "Sakamoto-esque journey over the pyramids," combining throbbing sub bass with pulsating synth buzz. On the virtual flip is Gifted & Blessed's "Reflexes", a highlight amongst highlights of the Eglo Records Vol 1 compilation issued earlier this year and here committed to wax for the very first time. The track's fractured analogue nature is a fine accompaniment to Funkineven's A-side.
09 Dec 13
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Circle - (3:30) 86 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Technology - (2:45) 90 BPM
Review: Circle is the first offering from the upcoming debut album from the 'Queen Bee of Eglo' Fatima. Described as an ode to the stars, the title track sees Fatima drop vocals over production work from Los Angeles duo Computer Jay and Shafiq Husayn of Sa Ra Creative Partners fame. It's backed with "Technology" which features button pushing from Stones Throw artist (and Madlib's younger brother) Oh No, while it also features a wonderful ten minute live rendition of "Red Light" done in collaboration with the Eglo Live Band.
19 Aug 13
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Phoneline - (4:34) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
West 2 East - (3:33) 120 BPM
90's - (4:15) 112 BPM
90's Reflex - (2:31) 83 BPM
Review: Funkineven and Fatima are no studio strangers, each sharing credits on the others previous Eglo releases but this is without doubt their best work together to date. Eglo could have just dropped "Phoneline" as a one track release and we'd be singing it's praises to anyone that can hear, so kudos to all involved for complementing the track with further examples of Funkineven and Fatima's obvious studio chemistry. "90s" echoes the satin dipped R&B antics of TLC at their most sultry, whilst it's complemented by that killer swinging boom bap arrangement from Funks, while "East To West" crosses LA boogie vibes with some off the scale rhythmic subtleties that would do Maurice Fulton proud, with Fatima showing the breadth of their vocal range over the elastic groove. This 12" is dominated by the brilliance of "Phoneline" however, with Fatima and Funkineven indulging in flirtatious chatter over demented yet slick as f*ck MPC manipulation. It's one of those tracks that tops the charts for months to come in the bizarro world we'd rather live in - I guess we'll have to make do with jamming this in every dancehall possible.
15 Oct 12
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Scientific Brainpriest
Scientific Brainpriest - (6:17)
Pimpin' - (6:53) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: One the finest exponents of the Eglo principles of music, Mizz Beats captures that tricky space between cutting edge groove and pure, heartfelt soul. You won't find a better example of this in action than on the slovenly boogie that is "Scientific Brainpriest", all sensuous bass and cooing synths, while the pads wrap themselves around your ears like finest satin. It's a corny analogy but it really does feel that good. "Pimpin'" meanwhile updates the middle ground between house and broken beat with a dreamy blue note affair that gets lifted by the bongo-heavy beat and truly feel good strings.
16 Apr 12
Deep House
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Never Thought You Would Go
Never Thought You Would Go - (4:37) 105 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Waistin' Time - (4:44) 105 BPM
Played by: BEDMO DISCO
20 Feb 12
Euro Dance/Pop Dance
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U - (5:51) 135 BPM
Groove - (4:01) Biggest-selling track on this release
True - (3:06)
Played by: Flash Atkins
Review: Eglo's resident boogie botherers step up for another EP of honey-coated synthesiser jams. What's noticeable is the leaning towards a more crisp, electro style, most apparent on "U" and "Groove". The beats fall in a gentle breakbeat, clean and low in the mix, so that the dense swathes of melody can take centre stage. However, the end result comes off a little too slick when compared with some of the earlier Arp 101 material. "True" addresses things somewhat, taking that skewed funk groove that distinguishes the man from so many producers mining the boogie sound, allowing the staggered groove to accentuate the chunky Moog bass.
14 Nov 11
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
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Roland's Jam
Roland's Jam - (5:08) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Take Back - (5:07) 118 BPM
XXX - (4:46) 123 BPM
Review: The title track on FunkinEven's latest Eglo jam takes no time at all in declaring its intentions in decimating the dance. A stomping beat and nasty acid line get scuppered by edits that display a desire to screw people's heads up just when they were getting into the groove. "Take Back" ploughs a similar furrow, but with a many-limbed b-boy swerve where "Roland's Jam" was all rigid 4/4 stomp. "XXX" gets even more explicitly acidic as the 303 comes through in full effect. Those with a soft-spot for rough stuff will lap this up and come back begging for more!
05 Sep 11
Electro House
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Follow You EP (feat Floating Points)
Cinnamon - (3:27) 97 BPM
Mind - (4:27) 91 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Innervisions - (5:52) 72 BPM
Red Light - (10:44) 55 BPM
06 Jun 11
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Are We The Dictators?
The Day Before Tomorrow - (4:31) 94 BPM
Dirty Dishes - (3:01) 140 BPM
Sanctuary - (5:19) 140 BPM
Sofa Beat - (4:36) 140 BPM
2bit Road - (3:16) 90 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
22 Mar 11
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Flush - (5:02) Biggest-selling track on this release
Korg-A-Tron - (5:48)
Ac!d - (4:34)
31 Jan 11
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
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Heart Pound
Heart Pound - (3:43) 121 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Another Space - (5:59) 133 BPM
27 Sep 10
Electro House
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Dead Leaf
Dead Leaf - (5:56) Biggest-selling track on this release
Warriors Galactic - (4:16) 121 BPM
Played by: Manuel Tur
06 Sep 10
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She's Acid
She's Acid - (5:44) 101 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Must Move - (3:44) 103 BPM
10 May 10
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Mind Travellin' EP
Higher - (2:43) 82 BPM
Warm Eyes (feat Dam Funk) - (5:05) 52 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Soul Glo - (3:33) 98 BPM
On The Go - (5:19) 56 BPM
22 Mar 10
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Kleer (feat Fatima) - (4:11) 102 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Kleer (instrumental) - (2:34) 102 BPM
You - (5:03) 118 BPM
Mad Swing - (4:27) 104 BPM
23 Nov 09
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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