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London-based Exit Records is a forward-thinking drum and bass label, founded by dBridge in 2003. Focusing on deep, cutting-edge, often experimental and minimal DnB, ‘dBridge strikes a careful balance between releasing music that serves a purpose for dancers and thinkers alike’. Exit artists include well respected scene names: Skeptical, Dub Phizix, Calibre, Alix Perez, Fracture, Zed Bias, Fixate, Itoa, Synkro, Sinistarr, Gantz and more. From Dub Phizix, Skeptical and Strategy’s ‘Marka’ to Jubei’s ‘Cold Heart’, Exit keeps pushing boundaries.
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All Creation - (5:00) 107 BPM
   
Sun People & Yorobi - "Dark Days" - (4:55) 107 BPM
   
Transitions - (5:41) 107 BPM
   
To Give - (4:16) 53 BPM
   
Main Squeeze - (4:17) 107 BPM
   
Rich Man Poor Man - (6:38) 80 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Spirits - (4:19) 107 BPM
Review: Kicking up some new, dusty and frenetic sounds for Exit Records is the emergent Sun People, a solo project known for stand out releases before this on labels like Modern Ruin, Disko404 and Hyperboloid (thanks to a rare 2015 long player). Concentrating here once again on the EP format, Sun People conjures up a mixology of uptempo and hybrid fusions, be it the juke and drum and bass induced "Rich Man Poor Man" to the fluttering percussion and subbed-out basslines of "Spirits". Deeper, stuttering footwork sounds make it into "To Give" (an EP highlight) with some edgier, topped-out drums keeping it levelled in "Main Squeeze". Rain dancing with Sun People.
EXIT 090
16 Apr 21
Footwork/Juke
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Tear In Vain - (6:25) 170 BPM
   
Dark Plains - (6:01) 170 BPM
   
Violent Circuit - (5:53) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
N0rm - (6:46) 170 BPM
   
HMT13 - (7:22) 170 BPM
   
How I Love You - (7:33) 170 BPM
   
Things Change - (5:39) 57 BPM
   
Worst Impulse - (6:00) 160 BPM
   
Last Nerve - (6:30) 168 BPM
   
They're Listening - (6:10) 170 BPM
Review: A brand-new album from dBridge? What did we ever do to deserve this? We're not sure, but what Weak Or No Signal absolutely is is a treat, a special present to take us into 2021 and it sees dBridge returning to 170bpm in a manner we haven't heard in quite some time. Almost this entire album sits at drum & bass tempo and the creative ethos present chimes with dBridge's spotless history of production innovation: sparse, abstract and yet grounded within the urban groove of drum & bass' storied past. Let's start at the end, with final track 'They're Listening', which sets the percussive tone early on and doesn't stray from it, a remorseless stepper which is placed in eerie soundscapes and foreboding ambience. There's bouncy basslines on 'Dark Plains', hypnotic synth work on 'HMT13' and nonchalant funk on 'N0rm'. A sensational LP from one of the masters.
EXITLP 021DIGI
08 Jan 21
Drum And Bass
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Glow Coma - (5:40) 80 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Flow - (4:09) 80 BPM
   
Leather & Lace - (4:26) 57 BPM
   
Melba - (6:31) 159 BPM
Played by: Aleksandir
Review: Visible on the drum and bass scene for some five years now thanks to records with Beckett's Rudimentary and DJ Madds's Roots & Future labels to others like Bad Taste and the solitary outing that launched Side Orders last year, London's Itoa returns to Exit! This Melba EP follows up 2018's Ever Orbit EP that's spearheaded by the largely ambient "Melba" that sees its percussive counterpart fall into a sub-frenzied new rhythm halfway through. "Leather & Lace" sees disjointed beats and syncopated rhythms fall and twist around a new school bassline and footwork vocal stutters, while diving into deeper tribalistic and urban rhythms is "Flow". Add some staccato acid lines to the juke joint of "Glow Coma" and you're met with a fresh batch of hybrid sounds from an already promising producer!
EXIT 091
06 Nov 20
Footwork/Juke
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Close Call - (5:19) 170 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Glare - (5:11) 57 BPM
   
Morbid Chatter - (5:14) 165 BPM
   
Wrong Foot Forward - (3:28) 167 BPM
Played by: Hex
Review: Fire in the hole! Fixate returns to Exit and he's bringing some absolute weapon's grade material. "Close Call" fires the first shots and it's a full-on jungle affair, all warped basslines and nasty choppy breaks. It's backed by three more deadly dancefloor pieces; "Fixate" is all about the hardcore vibes and the iconic detuned synths, "Morbid Chatter" flips for a sexy robo-funk half-time gyration session before "Wrong Foot Forward" closes the EP on technoid footwork note. Watch out for the lasers!
EXITDIGI 008
03 Jul 20
Drum And Bass
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Focus - (5:00) 170 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Hold That Thought - (4:59) 170 BPM
   
Tic Tac - (7:36) 170 BPM
Review: Fixate on Exit Records. Do things get much better than this? We don't think so, as one of the genre's masters of jungle and its offshoots steps up onto dBridge's legendary imprint to offer a masterclass in how to create slammers with a soul. The title tune is classic Fixate, as chopped up vocal samples pepper an arrangement of diving reeces and tumbling breaks. It smells of rave culture and it goes just as hard. The other two tracks are less dancefloor focused but just as fantastic, with 'Hold That Thought' stepping and stepping with a techno light hypnoticism, acid stabs and percussive depth moving in and out like the flits of a ghost. 'Tic Tac' rounds things off in swaying, stabbing form, and it's safe to say that this is an Exit classic.
EXITDIGI 007
03 Jul 20
Drum And Bass
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Intro - (3:38) 116 BPM
   
Murder This - (2:42) 136 BPM
   
Golden Spike (feat Jehst) - (3:22) 131 BPM
   
Kill This - (3:40) 57 BPM
   
Polyprop - (3:39) 159 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Dead That - (4:34) 134 BPM
   
Golden Spike (feat Jehst - Sumgii remix) - (3:07) 159 BPM
   
Golden Spike (feat Jehst - instrumental) - (3:02) 131 BPM
   
Golden Spike (feat Jehst - Sumgii remix instrumental) - (3:07) 122 BPM
EXIT 092
26 Jun 20
Bass
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Existence - (3:40) 160 BPM
   
December's Soul - (6:46) 85 BPM
   
Ether - (5:25) 85 BPM
   
Digital Views - (4:21) 113 BPM
   
Open Doors - (3:23) 160 BPM
   
Climb Together - (5:11) 85 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
This Time - (5:35) 124 BPM
   
The Frame - (5:22) 85 BPM
   
Beg, Steal & Borrow - (7:47) 85 BPM
   
Cold Hands - (5:28) 85 BPM
Review: Whenever we see the names Exit & DBridge attached to the same project, we know we are in for a hell of a ride, a theory that definitely rings true throughout this stunning new project entitled 'Inhibited'. The LP consists of jaw-dropping originals, showing off just how far ahead of the game DBridges drum construction and general sound design is at this point. From the melancholy clipping of percussion of 'Ether' and emotional atmospheric journeys of 'Climb Together' to the super techy metallic switch ups of 'The Frame', the project covers so much ground! Our initial highlights have to include the glorious harmonic structures and lo-fi percussion runs of 'December's Soul', alongside intense, alarm like synth design of 'Beg, Steal & Borrow'. Amazing work!
EXITDIGI 009
29 May 20
Bass
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The Happy Goose - (5:59) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
SE17 - (5:21) 139 BPM
   
Pattern Collapse - (6:33) 83 BPM
   
Interlinked - (4:56) 143 BPM
   
Hello Mainframe - (4:25) 121 BPM
Review: Now this is most certainly an interesting one as Exit unveil yet another incredibly unique project, inviting the sounds of Borderlandstate and The Best Kisser In LA in together for an incredibly vibrant five track selection. This is electronic bass music in it's most creative, kicking off with the glitchy computer bleeps of 'The Happy Goose' and post-breakbeat fusion of 'SE17'. Up next, the incredibly colourful percussive flavours of 'Pattern Collapse' and spacey, spooked out sub pressure of 'Interlinked', before the industrial rhythms and choppy vocal layers of the title track 'Hello Mainframe' round us off with a final dab of flavour.
EXIT 088
21 Feb 20
Bass
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Your Moves - (4:38) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Doughy - (5:51) 172 BPM
   
Didger - (4:51) 174 BPM
   
Make Me - (5:39) 57 BPM
   
See You Again - (6:08) 173 BPM
   
Take Your Time - (5:01) 172 BPM
Played by: Monrroe
Review: Is Jack Stevens a butcher in disguise? Because he's certainly gone HAM on his Workforce project this year. A dominant force throughout 2019, the SpectraSoul member has dented our playlists and collections with three weighty EPs this year; two on his own Must Make imprint and now this end-of-year curveball on Exit. Six track in total, each one digs deep into the foundations while sounding like nothing else being made right now. EP essentials include the unapologetic bashment of "Take Your Time", the savage two-step and Quarantine headbutt of "Didger", the industrial funk and technoid dynamics of "Make Me" and the dark sensuality of the title track. But to be honest every track is essential. This is seriously high grade stuff.
EXIT 089
13 Dec 19
Drum And Bass
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Your Moves - (4:38) 174 BPM
Played by: Conrad Subs
EXIT 089A
29 Nov 19
Drum And Bass
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The Sorrow In Ronan - (2:46) 160 BPM
   
Worth The Pain (feat Alia Fresco) - (4:00) 170 BPM
   
Acidize (feat DBridge) - (6:25) 170 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Triangle - (4:55) 57 BPM
   
No Team (feat Lorn) - (4:40) 191 BPM
Review: It's always exciting to see a new Exit release drop into this store, especially when they are as beautiful as this latest collection from Lewis James, under the EP name 'The Death Of Habit'. From start to finish, this one is a glittering display of soundscaping genius, combining the gentle harmonic bliss of 'The Sorrow In Ronan' with the outstanding vocal displays of Alia Fresco on 'Worth The Pain' and gnarly tech flavours of 'Acidize' alongside DBridge to kick us off in style. Next, 'Triangle' provides more experimental drum work and epic spacey pads, before Lorn's exceptional input on 'No Team' ties us up nicely.
EXIT 087
15 Nov 19
Drum And Bass
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ALAYLY - (6:12) 90 BPM
   
Footsteps - (5:06) 158 BPM
   
In Da Back Room - (3:59) 160 BPM
   
Organic Tech - (3:36) 88 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Sho U (feat Fatima) - (5:08) 112 BPM
   
Wake Up Feel Good - (4:05) 91 BPM
   
Worlds Together - (3:27) 66 BPM
Review: So what do we have here, we ask ourselves as we unwrap this tasty looking selection from Blackpocket and Steve Spacek, courtesy of the legendary Exit imprint. What we in fact have is a perfect example of soundscaping at its finest, kicking off with the aquatic drips of the title track 'ALAYLY', the stunning, lofi vocal work of 'Footsteps' and crunchy percussive leads of 'In Da Back Room'. Next up, the super trippy synth expanses of 'Organic Tech', followed by the electronic explosions of 'Sho U' alongside Fatima and the smooth soulful harmonies of 'Wake Up Feel Good'. We round this one up with a look at the 80's inspired drumwork and distant vocal presence of 'Worlds Together', polishing up an extremely interesting project from start to finish.
EXITMINILP 004
27 Sep 19
Bass
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Nauchtlus (The Fear Ratio remix) - (3:52) 100 BPM
   
They Loved (feat They Live & Poison Arrow - Kahn remix) - (5:31) 85 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: The ever-unclassifiable Darren White opens the lid on what we hope to be a series of remixes from last year's long-awaited sophomore solo album A Love I Can't Explain. Naturally the remixes come from the most left of fields. The Fear Ratio (James Ruskin & Mark Broom's apocalyptic fractured downtempo alias) takes "Nauchtlus" to even starker, darker, spaced-out pastures than the original while Kahn wraps "They Loved" up in a thick carpet of emotional haze and sends it off to the furthest corners of the cosmos imaginable. Unexplainably awesome.
EXIT 085
26 Jul 19
Bass
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Mauve - (2:33) 148 BPM
   
Hidden Intention - (6:32) 160 BPM
   
Tear Me Open - (7:24) 170 BPM
   
Volitile Level - (5:19) 170 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Unburied - (3:19) 175 BPM
   
Comments - (3:29) 60 BPM
   
Echo Chamber - (3:27) 174 BPM
Review: In case last year's long-awaited sophomore solo album A Love I Can't Explain wasn't enough for dBridge fans, here's another mini album. Seven tracks deep, originally complete with his photobook capturing his closest friends and family in the game, once again it sets us off on a unique path that could only be paved by the uncompromised Exit founder. Highlights include the Detroitian dirge "Hidden Intention", the total synth theatre of "Tear Me Open" and the woozy outer-planetary wonk of "Echo Chamber". Beguiling.
EXIT BLP 001
12 Jul 19
Drum And Bass
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Helium I - (2:47) 152 BPM
   
Yottabyte - (3:25) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Geminus - (3:21) 133 BPM
   
Hydrofracker - (3:12) 85 BPM
   
Contains Syncrolon (feat Hector Plimmer) - (4:19) 126 BPM
   
Introducing Spacebody - (3:40) 95 BPM
   
Original Trailer - (2:26) 160 BPM
   
Evesdrop - (2:53) 158 BPM
   
Seed Mantra (feat Elsa Hewitt & Saskia Horton) - (4:22) 157 BPM
   
Dolenz & Deft - "Filter Bubble" - (3:00) 86 BPM
   
Helium II - (4:14) 87 BPM
   
Pull (feat Guilty Simpson - mix) - (4:00) 54 BPM
   
Some Drum (Redux) - (4:27) 156 BPM
   
Outpost - (1:07) 123 BPM
   
Main Theme - (3:01) 156 BPM
   
Jevastator - (3:43) 57 BPM
Review: A soundtrack to a bleak, imaginary environmental catastrophe movie: Dolenz isn't messing around here with his debut album. But then would you expect anything less from one of Exit's most esoteric beat-meddlers? As the bleak concept suggests, there's no cosy warm feel good flavours here, this is forefront fusion with a strong message. That's not to say it's not beautiful in its own barbed way (the delicate, soul-weighted "Seed Mantra" will stop you in your tracks, we guarantee it) but the main theme is subversion, wooziness and that ominous feeling everything is ruined and we're past the point of no return. Highlights include the establish banger "Pull" with Guilty Simpson, the rusty warped merry go round "Main Theme" and the broken-glass-in-space cuts and stabs of "Hydrofracker". Singular.
EXITLP 020
17 May 19
Bass
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Charge - (4:52) 57 BPM
   
Snail Trail - (5:00) 170 BPM
   
Mechanism - (4:50) 172 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Fibonacci Sequence - (5:40) 170 BPM
Review: The Fibonacci Sequence is in everything... It's in the patterns of pinecones, the eye of a hurricane, the swirl of the galaxies... And now in your own collection as man like Skeppy returns with his first fresh produce since his debut album last yeah Enjoy This Trip. Four cuts deep, all rumbling with Skeptacular bassweight, it's a stark return to form for the influential producer. "Charge" is a proper bulldozer roller vibe, "Snail Trail" is a graveyard ballet creeper while "Mechanism" has a proper waspish mischievous buzz running through the groove. Last but not least we have the deep brooding title track. Proper percussive rolling headnodder, fans of "Imperial" will be all over this. Exceptional.
EXIT 083
12 Apr 19
Drum And Bass
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Pull - (3:58) 107 BPM
   
Pull (Darkhouse Family remix) - (2:27) 129 BPM
   
Pull (instrumental) - (3:58) 107 BPM
   
Pull (DBridge's Push Me remix) - (3:47) 100 BPM
   
Turn It Up - (3:10) 87 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Pull (DBridge's Push Me remix instrumental) - (3:47) 100 BPM
Review: Previously spotted eavesdropping on Exit in late 2017, Balamii badman Dolenz returns to dBridge's mothership with another unique, scorched hybrid "Pull". An exploration of gravitational force, matter and the universe with Guilty Simpson, Dolenz's original is a futuristic gritty hip hop bruk-up while the remixes take it to a range of different places... Darkhouse family add a whole new dreamy layer while bossman dBridge brings a clanking, bashy industrial funk to the blend. If that's not enough, jump straight on the stinking bassline swagger jam "Turn It Up" for even more gravitation forcefulness. Heavy.
EXIT 084
15 Mar 19
Hip Hop/R&B
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Cold Heart - (4:09) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Little Dubplate - (5:16) 174 BPM
Played by: Sikka, Kyrist
Review: Snapping at the heels of his recent collabo with Total Science, Metalheadz mandem Jubei makes his Exit debut with these two outstanding pieces. "Cold Heart" is actually pretty warm hearted with his signature synth whirls, hopeful chords and those rolling, almost Calibreish breaks. Meanwhile "Just A Little Dubplate" does everything you'd want it to from its title; it bumps, rolls and comes with a heads down guarantee. Heavily rotated at last year's Sun & Bass, we've been waiting for this for a while now.
EXIT 082
01 Mar 19
Drum And Bass
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Hotfoot - (4:08) 170 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Babalugats - (5:17) 58 BPM
Review: So let's get this straight... This year Exit have released albums by dBridge and Skeptical, they've shut us all up with Itoa's debut, blasted us away with Strategy's first production EP, remixed the Dickens out of Zed Bias and slapped us silly with Fracture's turbo Berghain and they still keep hitting us? This has been amazing year for dBridge's label and this return to their longstanding Versus series with Dub Phizix and Fixate is a massive juicy cherry on the top. "Hotfoot" is a shaken halftimer with gutter bound textures on the low end while "Babalugats" takes us on a tour of Turkish steam baths in a tank made of trap. No fussing here; 2018 has been a certified killer year for Exit.
EXITVS 008
21 Dec 18
Drum And Bass
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Soundboy Get Nervous - (4:30) 160 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Turbo Toms - (4:33) 160 BPM
   
Makes Me Wonder - (4:56) 170 BPM
   
No Screwface - (4:16) 53 BPM
Played by: Om Unit
Review: Things don't get much better than dBridge's Exit Records and long-time collaborator Fracture is back on the imprint for a technically outstanding and creatively remarkable piece of dance music. We haven't tied it to a single genre on purpose, because from the outset this releasee is too diverse to be pigeonholed. 'Soudboy Get Nervous' is a stuttering, loping cut backed up against an urban soundscape of warbling basses and pointed synth jangles. 'Turbo Toms' is almost a hardcore cut yet possesses a certain uniqueness in the monotony and repetition, it's different in a way that's hard to put your finger on, as is 'Makes Me Wonder', a more recognisably D&B cut with a pulsating back end. To finish, Fracture has chucked in 'No Screwface', an almost ambient jungle slice that steps over into juke boundaries as much as it makes you smile. Top, top quality release.
EXIT 081
07 Dec 18
Drum And Bass
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Diceman - (4:13) 170 BPM
   
Turbo Sideman - (4:58) 160 BPM
   
Hush Hush - (5:28) 165 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Ever Orbit - (4:53) 160 BPM
   
Sorbet Rose - (4:31) 165 BPM
   
You're The One For Me - (4:27) 160 BPM
EXIT 078
20 Jul 18
Drum And Bass
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Nebula - (5:07) 93 BPM
Review: With the time rapidly approaching for Skeptical to bring forward his 'Enjoy This Trip' LP on Exit, we have been blessed with a serious sample of the goodness to come in this brand new dubstep design by the name of 'Nebula'. Right from the off we are brought into a cohesive sphere of spacious atmospherics, crunchy dubbed out drum work and some seriously haunting bass leads, growling away beneath the composition. If this is just the taster, we can't wait for the full project to hit the shelves!
EXIT 079
08 Jun 18
Deep Dubstep
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Enjoy This Trip - (5:46) 170 BPM
   
Pitch Black - (4:45) 57 BPM
   
Freudian Slip - (5:42) 58 BPM
   
Duck Soup - (4:34) 170 BPM
   
Grub - (5:32) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Cold Fold - (5:15) 174 BPM
   
Void - (4:50) 174 BPM
   
Plastic City - (4:31) 170 BPM
   
Elevator - (6:00) 172 BPM
   
Orbit - (5:06) 172 BPM
   
Look Behind - (5:20) 170 BPM
   
Violet - (3:56) 57 BPM
EXITLP 018
08 Jun 18
Drum And Bass
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Kings Of Kochi - (4:11) 57 BPM
   
Lanterns - (3:57) 174 BPM
   
Chlorine - (3:40) 174 BPM
   
Put God First - (2:58) 58 BPM
   
Yung Pepsi - (3:40) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
EXIT 077
27 Apr 18
Drum And Bass
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Give Up The Ghost (Calibre remix - feat Nasrawi) - (6:25) 171 BPM
   
Pick Up The Pieces (Skeptical remix - feat Boudah) - (5:19) 170 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Following last year's exemplary album from the Manchester-based soul man Zed Bias, Exit unleash the first batch of remixes, and they come from two of the best in the game. Calibre first "Give Up The Ghost" with rolling subtleties and a warm, alluring drive that only he can do. Skeptical takes care of the second remix with a similarly on-point twist on "Pick Up The Pieces" where a menu of alien tones and textures lurk and linger in the cavernous spaces. Both deliver.
EXIT 075
06 Apr 18
Drum And Bass
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Tengmo Rah - (4:35) 170 BPM
   
Muuf - (4:10) 170 BPM
   
Ginza - (4:19) 164 BPM
   
Isopod - (4:13) 170 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Exit continue to stretch and flex their remit and our own horizons with this EP from brand new Toronto artist Groves. Dubwise hypnosis sessions, all shaking around the 160 mark, each cut taps heavily into the roots with warm bass, epic space and clean, sparse elements. "Tengmo Rah" is all about the bounce while "Muuf" is a much roomier brew with cavernous bass space and eerie sci-fi synths. Elsewhere "Ginza" is the most direct, aggy mechanical funk workout with rifle-like bass stabs, trippy droplets and spasmodic drum flurries when you least expect them while "Isopod" signs, seals and delivers this gully dispatch with stuttering drums, skippy fills and an impending sense of dread that you're either stuck in a metallic maze of tiny tunnels or you've left the oven on (whichever prangs you out more) In summary: Essential Exit business.
EXIT 076
02 Feb 18
Drum And Bass
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What Goes Around - (5:34) 172 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
The Rig Monkey - (4:11) 194 BPM
   
Tweeked - (4:13) 170 BPM
   
Firewater - (4:52) 165 BPM
   
Rumours - (5:08) 165 BPM
   
Murderers Dance Too - (4:09) 57 BPM
Played by: Calculon, Arnold & Lane
Review: Within the drum & bass community, dBridge's 'Exit' imprint has become synonymous with innovative bass music, pushing the boat out into plenty of steams a new. To finish off the year they join up with London's own Fixate for a firecracker of a six tracker. The title track 'What Goes Around' is an instant jungle favourite, complete with 8bit synths and rapid percussive elements. Other highlights include the half-time madness of 'The Rig Monkey' in collaboration with Skeptical, the techy unpredictability of 'Firewater' and the dancehall inspired arrangement of 'Murderers Dance Too', complete with wonky leads and awesome percussive riffs'.
EXITMINILP 003
15 Dec 17
Drum And Bass
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I've Seen - (5:20) 57 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Poor & Poverty - (5:34) 174 BPM
Review: dBridge & Skeptical: do we even need to say any more? Two natural bass innovators repping two separate generations colliding once again to create two singular slices of 170 rawness. "I've Seen" hits heavy from the off with a very Book Of Bad style heads-down gurgling bass roll and an ace sample about a whole other deadly type of material. "Poor & Poverty" flips a whole other CPU of switches as we're taken deep down the digidub rabbit hole. Rolling at halftime speed but punching with soundclash weight, in some ways it takes us back to their first collaboration "Move Way" from 2013 but with less bashment feels and more technoid paranoia. Kindred business.
EXITVS 007
24 Nov 17
Drum And Bass
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Evesdrop - (2:51) 159 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Geminus - (3:21) 133 BPM
Review: Next up on dBridge's Exit Recordings is newcomer Dolenz, an established DJ who can be found on the airwaves via NTS, Radar Radio and Balamii. He is currently working closely with the label: following this single there are talks of a more expansive project on the horizon. Described as a futurist at heart with an aesthetic kept firmly in the present, yet informed by what has come before him. His first appearance came via Sonic Router in 2015 with the release of the Hysteresis EP. His influences stretch far and wide - from MF Doom all the way through to Aldous Huxley. Both "Evesdrop" and "Sum Drum" are very urban/street influenced jams that are heavy on the low end while "Geminus" is by far the most interesting cut: it nails the label's half-time/grey area aesthetic, while delving into exotic realms at the same time.
EXIT 074
20 Oct 17
Bass
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Give Up The Ghost (feat Disco Puppet) - (5:53) 160 BPM
   
In The Room (feat Harleigh Blu) - (3:54) 160 BPM
   
Restless (feat Eva Lazarus) - (5:41) 160 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Don't Play - (3:46) 160 BPM
   
Something Wrong (feat Nasrawi) - (4:48) 160 BPM
   
Lost Souls (feat DRS) - (5:38) 53 BPM
   
Pick Up The Pieces (feat Boudah) - (6:25) 160 BPM
   
Energy High (feat Bahia) - (4:31) 53 BPM
   
Just Like OHM - (5:00) 160 BPM
   
He Loves Me (feat Harleigh Blu) - (5:00) 160 BPM
   
Dissecting Frequencies - (4:37) 160 BPM
   
The Medicine Man (feat DRS) - (4:05) 160 BPM
   
Jibba Jabba - (4:24) 160 BPM
   
Coral Mist (feat MstrJ) - (5:39) 159 BPM
   
Heading North - (4:51) 160 BPM
Review: Oh boy... Dave Jones has blessed us with six Zed Bias album (his eighth album in total if you include his Maddslinky LPs, and you really should) and the world immediately feels like a nicer, warmer place. Building on his deep foundations of space-aged soul, roomy drum arrangements and raw emotions, Different Response is riddled with timelessness and atmospheres that resonate with every corner of the dance from soul to jungle to techno; the slight vapour trails of Dego and powerful vocal pull of Eva Lazarus on "Restless", the gully gospel of "Lost Souls" with DRS, the cosmic synths and rattling footwork of "Just Like Ohm" and the badded up turbo bruk of "Jibba Jabba" are just some of the many delicious highlights on offer here. No one does it like Zed.
EXIT LP 017
22 Sep 17
Drum And Bass
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Lose Yourself - (5:43) 170 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
With U - (3:38) 53 BPM
   
Tune In - (4:53) 160 BPM
   
Dot Hot - (5:29) 160 BPM
   
Dem A Sleep - (4:15) 160 BPM
Review: Another unique concept from two scene sages dBridge and Kabuki: New Forms was a series of nights in Berlin's legendary Watergate where the guest DJ would come over early and make a track especially for the show. Stray, V.I.V.E.K, Kid Drama, Cooly G, Addison Groove and Zed Bias all got involved, each with exceptional results; highlights include Bias's UKG influence on the string-led "Tune In", the harrowing choral rhythmic element and necksnap breaks on the Stray-related "With U" and the shadowy dub caverns of the V.I.V.E.K-vibed "Dem A Sleep". Each tune only made for the purpose of the New Forms night itself, these were never actually planned to be released. Count your blessings daily.
EXITMINILP 002
18 Aug 17
Drum And Bass
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Break Glass - (6:11) 170 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
600k - (4:47) 170 BPM
   
Obnox - (4:46) 170 BPM
   
Dissolve - (6:51) 170 BPM
   
That Freestyle Shit - (5:03) 57 BPM
Played by: Hex, MD
Review: If in emergency, "Break Glass". Even if you're not in an emergency, break it anyway... Mark System has turned in yet another clutch of unparalleled modern-but-rooted drum & bass constructions and emergencies are kicking off left right and centre. The title track fuses many ideas from halftime to techstep in such a liquid-yet-dramatic way, it's followed by the deeply paranoid riff-laced creeper "600k", the alien mutoid bass weird-funk of "Obnox" and the insistent synth-stabbed techno-minded "Dissolve" before "That Freestyle" brings home the techstep bacon with strong notes of alien jazz. Genuinely one of a kind; System we salute you.
EXIT 068
04 Aug 17
Drum And Bass
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Hack - (4:48) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Rebel Spirit - (4:26) 174 BPM
   
(Right Im Gonna Get Shedded This Weekend & Eat Some) Spinach - (4:49) 174 BPM
   
Subway Swingers - (4:28) 174 BPM
   
Chrysalis - (5:12) 174 BPM
Review: Back on Exit for the first time in over three years, Phizzy makes up for lost time with four slack-kicked blunderbusses. Raw, swaggering and more G'd up than a weekend at Ascot, "Hack" slaps with a twang-happy guitar lick, "Rebel Spirit" turns you into a ping pong ball and ricochets you down a mile-long aluminium tunnel while the brilliantly titled "(Right I'm Gonna Get Shedded This Weekend & Eat Some) Spinach" is based a precision processed vocal loop that flickers around the cast iron hustler riddim. We flex deeper for the steppy "Subway Swingers" before Mr Phizical closes on a blues nightmare scenario - droning beats and glistening guitars aplenty, it's the Manchester man at his deepest and most introspective. Fire.
EXIT 072
02 Jun 17
Drum And Bass
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Without A Trace - (4:09) 172 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Solitude - (4:52) 174 BPM
   
Taurus - (9:16) 57 BPM
   
Killa - (4:12) 170 BPM
Played by: S Man, Smartech, Hex
Review: Skeptical & Alix Perez... Contemporary drum & bass production tag-teams really don't get any sharper, deeper or slicker. Following previous collaborations "Elephant Dreams" and "Room 667" with four stark cuts, get ready for a lean, mean adventure: "Without A Trace" grunts with a grainy textured hook that's one of a kind, "Solitude" stutters and wriggles with minimal mystery - each of the key ingredients comprising a beastly groove that defies the sum of its parts. Further into the odyssey we hit the incredible oceanic synth bliss, cosmic soul and jungle tidal waves of "Taurus" and get our creps stuck in the gooey swampy halftime gully soup of "Killa". Crucial.
EXIT 071
24 Feb 17
Drum And Bass
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Sinistarr & Stingray313 - "Untitled" - (4:39) 165 BPM
   
Shake (feat DJ Nasty) - (4:30) 164 BPM
   
Nonlinear Threat - (5:03) 165 BPM
   
I Pop, I Jit - (5:25) 165 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Rook - (6:00) 160 BPM
Review: Beware of the Naine Rouge! A Detroit folklore tale that contextualizes the city's spates of bad luck dating back over 300 years, local machine-abuser Sinistarr pays homage to the unique myth with a set of unclassifiable dancefloor smoulder sessions. Two major league tag-teams hit from the off as techno don Stingray313 pairs up for the loopy kickdrum stamping "Track 1" and ghettotech godfather DJ Nasty joins him for a furious footwork fire up "Shake". Elsewhere we get speak & spellbound on the dark stepper "Nonlinear Threats" and "I Pop, I Jit" shakes and stutters with such a rhythmic infectiousness you don't want it to ever end. Another perfect Exit release.
EXIT 070
30 Sep 16
Drum And Bass
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Ram Dance Man (feat Trigga & Fox) - (3:25) 57 BPM
   
Bedspring Riddim - (4:40) 170 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Suga Rush - (4:56) 57 BPM
   
Stanna Stairlift - (4:04) 165 BPM
Review: Chimpo on Exit. Is the world ready for this? Probably not. But since when did that stop guys like these? Especially with Trigga and Fox going toe-to-toe on the motorway-shredding rampage session "Ram Dance Man". Elsewhere "Bedsprings Riddim" warms up with sultry, jazzy come-to-bed tones before dropping into squeaky dancehall hanky-panky dopeness, "Suga Rush" has a touch of the old schools to its pads, breaks and pitched up vocal sample while "Stanna Stairlift" eases us into the groove with soft goosebump pads before dropping into some broad canvas stroke breaks which wouldn't have gone amiss on an old Big Bud record. Magnificent.
EXIT 069
23 Sep 16
Drum And Bass
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Too Late - (4:55) 158 BPM
   
Too Late (Steve Spacek remix) - (5:44) 90 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Too Late (Stray remix) - (5:17) 57 BPM
   
Gone Before Dawn (South Of Your Soul Pt 2) - (3:46) 85 BPM
   
Better Than The Pain - (6:25) 146 BPM
   
Cos My Love Is - (3:26) 127 BPM
Review: DBridge continues his consistently innovative vision with a whole stack of newness. We launch into his cosmos with the truly unique "Too Late", a deliciously slo-mo soul record that almost sounds like it's made to appear like it's on half speed. Pensive, gradual and measured with strings, lilting pianos and his own falsetto, it's total future soul complete with two equally forward-thinking remixes from staple label peers Stray and Spacek. Deeper again we hit "Gone Before Dawn" which steps, cautiously, with much more of a barbed tech aesthetic. We hit "Better Than The Pain", a languid sci-fi Heart Drive special and close with the woozy feels of "Coz My Love Is" a record that sounds like jazz, recorded underwater, somewhere near Detroit with Amp Fiddler. Beautiful.
EXIT 060
19 Aug 16
Bass
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DBridge/Skeptical - "No Discipline" - (6:24) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
DBridge/Alix Perez - "Through My Eyes" - (6:17) 170 BPM
Review: Darren White aka Dbridge has been carrying out some wicked experiments in what circles have described as the 'grey area' between deconstructed/post Autonomic drum and bass and techno/house. The outsider journeys kind of continue (though don't get too outlandish, rest assured) on VS004, with White teaming up with Metalheadz' Skeptical for "No Discipline" featuring a dark sub bass pulse carrying its dystopian atmosphere; the subtlety works wonders on this effort. Next up the label head honcho teams up with Shogun Audio's Alix Perez on "Through My Eyes" a lush and liquid deep drum and bass journey with a nod to legends of the craft like Marcus Intalex or LTJ Bukem.
EXITVS 004
19 Aug 16
Drum And Bass
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DBridge/Synkro/Indigo - "Pathways" - (5:25) 170 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
DBridge/J:Kenzo - "Seiiki" - (6:11) 170 BPM
EXITVS 005
19 Aug 16
Drum And Bass
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DBridge/Calibre - "Christiansen" - (5:32) 58 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
DBridge/06S - "Stronger Than Lies" - (6:04) 57 BPM
Played by: SpectraSoul
EXITVS 006
19 Aug 16
Drum And Bass
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March On - (4:04) 170 BPM
   
Bandicoot - (4:56) 170 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Turbocharge - (3:50) 170 BPM
   
Molecules - (6:09) 170 BPM
Review: Fresh from his key role in the Richie Brains nerve centre, Fixate returns to Exit with four more head-bendingly innovative sessions. "March On" lives up to its name with militant halftime snare-rolling chutzpa, all stompy and slo-mo techno in its nature and attitude. It's backed by some equally deadly troops: "Bandicoot" twinkles with trinklets of cascading tones over an Ivy Laboratory-style drum arrangement, "Turbocharge" strips back the vibe with relentless juke-style vocal shots and ghetto-tech energy while "Molecules" takes us back to the Indian motherland for a spiritual scrub. You can see the grime sliming from your every pore. Show us a chakra.
EXIT 067
08 Jul 16
Drum And Bass
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Game Shades - (3:23) 169 BPM
   
Sk8 M8 - (3:08) 159 BPM
   
Bring Dat Back (feat Killa P) - (2:59) 170 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
The Nine Two Three - (4:37) 163 BPM
   
The Blips - (3:41) 170 BPM
   
Buss It - (3:38) 164 BPM
   
Splatta (feat Fox) - (3:06) 57 BPM
   
B Boy 900000 - (6:04) 170 BPM
   
Heartbreaker - (3:28) 168 BPM
   
Likkle Som - (3:51) 171 BPM
   
Dem A Talk Bout (feat Trigga) - (3:23) 170 BPM
   
Voyage - (5:25) 170 BPM
   
Tantrum - (3:27) 170 BPM
   
Respeck Due (feat Rider Shafique) - (3:56) 57 BPM
Review: Unless you've been asleep since March or you've accidentally found this review while looking up an old school mate who happens to be called Richie (or Richard) Brains then you'll know EXIT played this mystery out in style. We all had suspicions on his identity but not even the biggest forum nerd could guess that it's actually Alix Perez, Chimpo, Fixate, Fracture, Om Unit, Sam Binga and Stray. Seven men, each one decorated and respected, their skills culminating in a body of work that's part funk ("Game Shades"), part Carptenarian cinematica ("Sk8 M8") part woozy, wonky halftime ("The Blips") part grime ("Bring Dat Back") part D&B beauty ("Voyage") and all gully. It's going to be hard to find a release more deserving of the title 'album of the year' this year.
EXITLP 016
27 May 16
Drum And Bass
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Red Magic - (5:16) 170 BPM
   
Luv (feat Skeptical) - (5:38) 170 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Wasted Days (feat Alia Fresco) - (6:01) 57 BPM
   
Shutter (feat Consequence) - (5:17) 57 BPM
Played by: I Wannabe
Review: Damon Kirkham long proved his status as a man of many genre-blurring aliases and projects before he added the Kid Drama moniker to his discography. Three years on and it's proved a worthy creative outlet for the Convex Industries man, and the Covering Ground EP finds him back on Exit, the label that debuted the Kid Drama sound. Ranging from the deep dark pneumatic rolls of "Red Magic" to the somnambulant soft-focus steps and alluring chord chang of "Luv" by way of the autonomic skips of "Wasted Time" Kid wears his heart(drive) on his sleeve throughout. Genuinely sublime.
EXIT 066
06 May 16
Drum And Bass
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Driftin (feat ZoeI Violet) - (6:05) 107 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Fever - (5:07) 107 BPM
   
Hipbounce - (5:36) 107 BPM
Review: Fresh from his "Hammerhead" escapades on Aquatic Lab, Dave Jones dons his Zed Bias guise for another slippery bass session. This time he takes the footwork formula and twists it inside out in a way only he knows how: "Driftin" soothes with jazzy chords and velvet vocals from Zoel Violet, "Fever" is all about the dense physical drum arrangements while "Hipbounce" is a sonic sandstorm of soca and occasional UKG bass belches. Unique as always.
EXIT 064
11 Mar 16
Footwork/Juke
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Makin' Hype Tracks - (4:13) 170 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Black Pearl - (4:35) 57 BPM
   
Fracture, DJ Spinn & Taso - "Acid Claps" - (4:06) 160 BPM
   
Fracture & Deft - "I Just" - (4:47) 170 BPM
Played by: HomeSick
EXIT 063
12 Feb 16
Drum And Bass
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Loophole - (5:58) 172 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Parallax - (5:15) 57 BPM
   
Between The Lines (feat Collette Warren) - (7:08) 174 BPM
   
Just One Kiss - (6:52) 174 BPM
Review: The Module Eight dust hasn't even begun to settle and Skeptical lets rip with a monolithic four-piece: "Loophole" is a lesson in minimalist momentum where funk can be found in the smallest glitches and elements, "Parallax" is a timeless rattle-and-shaker with a vocal loop peaks and troughs between the precision punctuated steppy beats and "Between The Lines" sees him recruiting one of drum & bass's most distinctive voices as Collette Warren does the jazz thing over a rifle like two-tone bassline. "Just One Kiss" closes the show on a toxic, stark halftime feel for good measure. Impressive from the outset.
EXIT 062
18 Dec 15
Drum And Bass
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Monotype - (6:24) 170 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
False Positive - (6:01) 58 BPM
   
Ghost - (6:01) 57 BPM
   
Rudeboy - (6:38) 58 BPM
   
Ok With That - (4:29) 174 BPM
   
Legacy - (7:00) 174 BPM
   
Seven Year Twitch - (6:02) 170 BPM
   
Slip Scheme - (4:56) 57 BPM
   
Lost Eden - (4:27) 58 BPM
   
Dubplate - (5:14) 57 BPM
   
The Inspector - (6:02) 170 BPM
   
Severed - (6:01) 170 BPM
   
Meltdown - (6:17) 58 BPM
Played by: Mauoq, Bop
Review: dBridge, Skeptical, Loxy, Resound and Kid Drama: The Binary Collective was a stupidly strong supergroup in itself, but Module Eight just takes the piddle in the heavyweight stakes - both sonically and personally. Combining all player's strengths and signatures into one beautifully moody long player each cut teeters over the precipice of both timelessness and futurism. Highlights include the guttural 60-a-day bass croaks of "Ghost", the eerie twisted dancehall bangs of "Rudeboy", the mid 90s echoes and rumbles of "Legacy" and the genius processed vocal rhythm hits on "Lost Eden". These are just a small handful of highlights in an album that commands full attention both on the decks and headphones. Eighters gonna eight.
EXIT LP 015
20 Nov 15
Drum And Bass
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Ober - (1:18) 146 BPM
   
Vertica - (4:17) 131 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Barkly - (3:17) 157 BPM
   
Dual - (3:48) 126 BPM
   
MM EB1 - (2:05) 144 BPM
   
Doom - (4:18) 119 BPM
   
Providence - (1:40) 140 BPM
   
NVR - (5:04) 107 BPM
   
Vitamin Water - (2:03) 114 BPM
   
Ztumble - (3:14) 85 BPM
   
F Night - (3:16) 123 BPM
   
Knock - (5:10) 112 BPM
   
Endings - (3:51) 159 BPM
Played by: Sanderson Dear
Review: Joe Seven's output has been minimal since his first two EP's for Exit back in 2011, and we've been awaiting his return with excitement ever since. He returns to D Bridge's quality household with a surprise album, thirteen tracks of sci-fi dance music ranging from glitchy d&b, to stripped-back techno. In fact, the sounds on here truly remind us od the infamous Exit podcasts that D Bridge himself used to compile alongside Boddika and Jon Convex, where sliding breaks meet swarms of ambient and drone. Tracks like "Dual" or "Vertica" could be enjoyed by anyone with a slight interest in futuristic dance music, and they sound so cutting-edge due to their total lack of negligence for genres of current trends. There are also moments of spine-tingling beatless euphoria, such as the tenebrous "Providence". Whichever flag you wave, this is pure quality. Warmply recommended.
EXITLP 012
30 Oct 15
Techno
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Storm City (prologue) - (1:47) 77 BPM
   
Binary Theme - (3:48) 57 BPM
   
In Pursuit - (4:55) 61 BPM
   
Data Jam - (0:58) 67 BPM
   
Cloud Creeping - (2:53) 110 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Jumped - (5:01) 85 BPM
   
Host Night - (5:13) 68 BPM
   
Sentries Watch Us - (4:50) 57 BPM
   
Rise Of The Overdrive - (6:20) 59 BPM
   
At What End - (2:29) 60 BPM
   
Apocryphal - (6:31) 62 BPM
   
Love & Death (End Credits) - (3:20) 60 BPM
   
EK Tails (Post Credits) - (0:47) 68 BPM
   
Ash (Epilogue) - (1:38) 60 BPM
Review: Exit supergroup Binary Collective (comprising dBridge, Joe Seven, Kid Drama and Consequence) lay down their debut document? And it?s every shade of retro-stated future you?d hoped it would be. Diving deep into the analogue abyss, each cut attempts to out-deep the next while remaining well weighted and groove-focused. ?Binary Theme? is Moroder on Mogadon, ?In Pursuit? is a car chase in toxic treacle, ?Cloud Creeping? is what triphop would sound like if it was invented 20 years later while ?Sentries Watch Us? sounds like one of Parliament?s more experimental jams but played and recorded under water. These daft comparisons are just the tip of the iceberg, though ? it?s hard to reference music as matchless as this? Listen and interpret it in your own universe.
EXITLP 014
16 Oct 15
Experimental/Electronic
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Losing You - (5:03) 170 BPM
   
Revolve-Her - (5:08) 172 BPM
   
Recall & Reflect - (4:09) 172 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Never Left - (4:04) 172 BPM
EXIT 059
25 Sep 15
Drum And Bass
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