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Stock Sound EP
ISHCHAT 002
14 Oct 16
Drum And Bass
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Stock Sound - (3:41) 172 BPM
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Waiting For... - (5:21) 172 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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AKA Yoob - (4:53) 172 BPM
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Tough Linen - (4:17) 172 BPM
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Frogspawn (feat Break) - (3:48) 172 BPM
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Gold Standard - (3:49) 172 BPM
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Review: The second release on SpectraSoul's own Ish Chat imprint; it's clear the duo are in their element with six examples of precision drum & bass construction. "Stock Sound" is savage both in its presentation, its message and its potty-mouthed bass textures, "Waiting For" is a deliciously smoky soul session, "AKA Yoob" is all sprightly, bouncy and highly reminiscent of Bingo's influence 10 years ago, "Tough Linen" is gully incarnate with a gritty sandpaper bass riff and a catchy MC vocal sample (that isn't credited but sounds remarkably close to Jakes) on mic duties. Halftime heads should jump on the garage-flecked "Frogspawn" or the toxic rumbles of "Gold Standard". Enough chat now, it's time for some action!
Second Chance EP
ISHCHAT 003
24 Feb 17
Drum And Bass
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Second Chance - (4:18) 172 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Beat Keeps - (4:34) 172 BPM
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On & On - (5:42) 172 BPM
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Fade Away - (5:16) 172 BPM
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Review: SpectraSoul really aren't messing around with Ish Chat. Now hitting their third release, they've put out an album-sized trove of floor fire over the last year. No compromises, each cut has been exceptional and ticked a completely different box, this is the sound of two men on their absolute A-game... "Second Chance" is a persistent roller with pristine drums, an evocative faraway vocal refrain and lush grainy textures, "Fade Away" is just absolute darkness with a gruff, ruff BC-style grit to the bassline, "On & On" is a dreamboat roller with so much emotion you'll melt any crowd you play this to. Finally "Beat Keeps" taps into a halftime mentality with a whole gamut of gully twists along the way. Powerful stuff.
Only You EP
ISHCHAT 001
08 Apr 16
Drum And Bass
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Only You - (6:10) 57 BPM
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SM1 - (4:34) 172 BPM
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From The Jaws - (5:03) 172 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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4urgh - (4:57) 172 BPM
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How We Live
ISHCHATLP 001
20 Oct 17
Drum And Bass
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Ripleys - (1:41) 174 BPM
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Fiction (feat Solah) - (5:14) 174 BPM
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The Mantra - (5:40) 57 BPM
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Heartbeat - (5:51) 56 BPM
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Move On - (4:56) 174 BPM
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Otb (feat Break) - (3:22) 172 BPM
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Say What (feat Madi Lane) - (3:31) 170 BPM
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Push & Pull - (4:33) 170 BPM
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How We Live - (4:58) 172 BPM
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Burst (feat Dan Moss) - (3:13) 170 BPM
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Wrong To Love You (feat LSB) - (6:19) 174 BPM
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Remember Me - (5:07) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Pinger - (4:42) 170 BPM
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Review: What a trip it's been for Spectrasoul; going solo with their label Ish Chat in spring 2016, they've assaulted us continuously over the course of 18 months. Taking us deep, dark, soulful, savage with abandon; never before has their melting pot been so fizzy or foundational. Naturally this third album is no exception as we glide and slide between the styles; the "Glimpse"-style space soul of "Move On", the Fracture-like hardcore references on "Push & Pull", the trembling chimes, sweeping strings and delicate vocals of "Wrong To Love You"(with LSB), the classic techstep movement of "Pinger" are just a handful of on-point constructions from a duo who are living the creative dream right now. Essential.
How We Live (Remixes)
ISHCHATLP 001RMX
13 Apr 18
Drum And Bass
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Burst (feat Dan Moss - Calibre remix) - (5:28) 170 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Say What (feat Madi Lane - Midnight mix) - (4:40) 172 BPM
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Remember Me - (5:07) 174 BPM
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Review: As the sun still sets on their evergreen third album How We Live Spectrasoul deliver a series of killer remixes and versions to celebrate. First up is this golden twist from Calibre. Immaculately redressed to highlight the delicate emotion and beauty of the original, it's yet another heart-stopping work of art from the singular Signature bossman. Spectrasoul themselves take care of "Say What" themselves by twisting up the swaggering halftimer into a beautiful rolling moonlit 170 jam while "Remember Me" closes the wax with its spacious plucks and barbed vocal. You won't forget this in a hurry.
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