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Communicate
JBF 005
28 Jul 17
Bass
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Extraction Point - (3:57) 130 BPM
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Opus - "Mass" - (4:28) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Aerotonin - "Marble Separation" - (6:01) 87 BPM
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Communicate - (5:42) 87 BPM
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Played by: Hypho, Squane, Sensei
Review: Aerotonin and Opus both recently appeared on Jelly Bean Farm's Enter compilation, and they got on so well that they've struck up a studio relationship; the product is a four-track bass monster that ticks all the bass boxes. "Extraction Point" is a bouncy, old-school kind of broken beat with a 4Hero sort of flex, and the same can be said for Opus' own "Mass", a break-led beat bomb for the heads. Aerotonin's "Marble Separation" is a darker, more cavernous affair that taps into what we like to refer to as the 'cerebral' side of dubstep, but the duo pick up the momentum through the collaborative "Communicate", a sleek, mechanical banger that reminds us of Ed Rush's early material. TIP!
Sound Freq
JBF 003
21 Apr 17
Bass
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Tempest - (5:08) 125 BPM
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Sound Freq - (5:12) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Primal - (5:12) 63 BPM
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Tempest (Cloaka remix) - (6:06) 127 BPM
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Review: Jumping Jelly Beans! The JBF fam aren't messing around here. After two major compilation album releases they now dive deep into the EP oceans with this slick and stripped-back broken funk collection from Manchester's House Jacking affiliate Korzi. "Tempest" is a serpentine spell, slithering around in the sub low shadows while "Sound Freq" rolls out with icy synth blasts, intoxicating percussion and a downpitched vocal sample that's not dissimilar to Josh Wink during his golden age. "Primal" ups the pressure further with pneumatic kick/hi-hat combinations and a bassline so creepy it should come with a medical warning. For added dankness hit Cloaka's relentless techno twist remix. Feeling Jelly yet?
Bubbles
JBF 009
07 Dec 18
Bass
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Bubbles - (5:56) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Club Scene - (7:01) 64 BPM
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Til 5 - (7:18) 128 BPM
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System Check - (7:27) 128 BPM
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Talk To Me - (7:08) 85 BPM
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Review: There have been next to no disappointing drops from the team at Jelly Bean Farm throughout the course of 2018, giving them the opportunity to end the year with a bang as they bring together this five track arrangement from Krotone. The vibrant delay display in 'System Check' and quirky rhythmic movement of 'Talk To Me' get this one off to a flyer, with title track 'Bubbles' giving us a secondary dose of smooth creativity to follow. Next up, we have a gritty roller in 'Club Scene', which again uses vibrant percussion as a centerpiece, before finishing up the running with a belting breaks design in 'Til 5'. Groovy stuff indeed!
Industry
JBF 008
20 Jul 18
Bass
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Arpochondriac - (4:27) 130 BPM
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Acid Tammy - (4:55) 65 BPM
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Technical - (4:36) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Industry - (3:59) 128 BPM
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Behind Them - (4:11) 123 BPM
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Orbital - (5:14) 110 BPM
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Review: Los Angeles based bass producer Mershak is up next on interdimensional label Jelly Bean Farm - following up some terrific releases by them from the likes of Truska, Sensei and Aerotonin. The artist known to his mother as John Bosson delivers some more low end theories that have landed him releases on tastemaker labels like Surfase and Encrypted Audio. Industry is an extended EP featuring six mighty tracks from the darkside. From the industrial strength groove of "Apochondriac" that sits somewhere between electro, EBM and experimental techno, the UK electro-bass influence of "Technical" calling to mind legends like Bass Junkie & Dexorcist or the funky breaks of "Behind Them" breaking things up with something a bit more light hearted - but still very much serious!
Signal
JBF 006
01 Dec 17
Bass
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Signal - (6:52) 122 BPM
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Lurch - (6:52) 62 BPM
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Seventeen - (6:52) 122 BPM
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Tracking - (6:52) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Signal (Mani Festo remix) - (6:52) 136 BPM
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Review: With previous releases of bass heavyweights such as Southpoint, EatMyBeat and SimplyDeep, Sensei steps forward for a full solo debut onto the ever creative sounds of Jelly Bean Farm. Known for his fantastic fusion of breaksy influences and hard hitting synthesis, Sensei delivers an awesome set of 4 original creations. The subtle subby rolls of 'Tracking' and 'Signal' work in perfect harmony with the more wonky drum arrangements of 'Lurch' and the percussive passion of 'Seventeen'. On remix duty Mani Festo delivers the goods with his dubbed out rework of 'Signal'. This is a great way to round off the year for the Jelly Bean Farm family!
Illuminating
JBF 004
16 Jun 17
Bass
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Garble - (4:54) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Shards - (4:17) 127 BPM
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Illuminating - (6:14) 126 BPM
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Automotonic - (5:13) 126 BPM
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Aphotic - (5:09) 64 BPM
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Review: Los Angeles bassheads and Jelly Bean Farm bosses Squane and Rees are back with more nasty low down bass shenanigans on the Illumination EP. Starting out with the guttural street level grind of "Grable" before the brooding deep dubstep journey "Shards" takes you well into the void. Elsewhere, "Automotonic" goes for a more futuristic and dystopian vibe on this experimental cut full of bleeps and sci-fi sound FX creating some real atmosphere to immerse in. Closing out the release is "Aphotic" which introduces some industrial textures over its half time beats which make for some very rolling and trance inducing riddims this side of the Autonomic or Exit Records sound.
Jelly Bean Farm - Collab Cuts X Squane
JBFC 001
09 Feb 18
Bass
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Squane x Hypho - "Hekno" - (5:40) 63 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Squane x Rees - "Buzz Kill" - (6:26) 125 BPM
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Squane x Kelly Dean - "No Stasis" (feat ILL CHILL) - (4:44) 125 BPM
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Squane x Ebb - "Cold Blooded" - (5:00) 126 BPM
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Squane x Mershak - "Kickboxer" - (4:58) 130 BPM
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Squane x Delo - "The Vanishing" - (6:15) 126 BPM
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Review: The young Squane, who has started to seize the bass scene with his endless slew of kinetic devilry, is up on Jelly Bean Farm, accompanied by a number of different artists, all specializing in different dub-strains of bass. The opening collab with Hypho blends cold Berlin techno vibes with London's grime heritage, then Rees comes through to drop in yet more pulsating industrial action, while Kelly Dean and Ill Chill have got us wrapped up in a nutty bundle of post-modern broken house beats. Ebb's appearance is marked by shimmering cold waves of hypnotic chanting, while Mershak helps to add another layer of swing to Squane's cavernous production style, and Delo helps to strip it all back to a chilling minimalist stance. Lovely.
Lucid
JBF 007
16 Mar 18
Bass
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Lucid - (5:03) 129 BPM
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Intra - (4:22) 132 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Fervour - (8:05) 112 BPM
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Lucid (Hodge remix) - (4:59) 65 BPM
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Review: Following a subtle slew of self releases and appearances on the likes of Infinite Machine, London's Truska makes his official EP debut on Jelly Bean Farm. The release marks the on-point label's first year anniversary and it's celebrations all-round as Truska has delivered something seriously special. Grave and glacial, "Lucid" sets the tone with stuttering beats, slurring textures and cavernous moments of deadly pregnant silence. "Intra" continues the trippiness but with a little more tribal edge in the percussion while "Fervour" will have you frothing in suspense with its unhurried pace, otherworldly rhythmic devices and triphoppy break. For added celebration see the dark steppy remix from the fast-rising Bristol beat-sculptor Hodge. Dream time is over...
Jelly Bean Farm - Exit
JBF 002
17 Mar 17
Bass
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Yilan - "Sangoma" - (5:05) 64 BPM
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Phrixus - "Locate & Destroy" - (5:52) 126 BPM
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Aerotonin - "JC Denton" - (5:51) 134 BPM
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Loss - "Dat Dat" - (5:56) 124 BPM
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Jubley - "Zoned" - (4:48) 128 BPM
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Krotone - "Tweak" - (7:00) 131 BPM
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Foxmind - "Ordeal" (Machine Tendencies) - (6:28) 57 BPM
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Henry Greenleaf - "Turbine" - (4:50) 126 BPM
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Kinsman - "Facile" - (6:10) 126 BPM
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Korzi - "Seventy Three" - (5:06) 64 BPM
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Mershak - "So Tuff" - (4:45) 128 BPM
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Delo - "Can You" - (3:56) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: Jelly Bean Farm is a new label intent on delivering all kinds of bass and techno goodness to the world. They don't mess about either, beginning life with big, hefty compilations. This, one, Jelly Bean Farm - Exit, is no different: presenting 12 of the most forward-facing cuts around. Highlights include the moody synthwork and machine gun percussion of "Locate & Destroy" by Phrixus, the spacey tech meets drum frenzy of "Dat Dat" by Loss, the deep, minimal beats of "Turbine" by Henry Greenleaf and the alt-ghetto grooves of "Facile" by Kinsman. Dope sounds!
Jelly Bean Farm - Enter
JBF 001
10 Feb 17
Bass
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Squane X Rees - "Little Orphan Android" - (5:53) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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WZ - "Leach" - (5:42) 126 BPM
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Truska - "Rush" - (4:37) 128 BPM
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Hypho - "Majikk" - (4:48) 125 BPM
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G Louie - "Enclave" - (3:54) 125 BPM
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Opus - "Pistol Signal" - (5:40) 124 BPM
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Earth Movement X Cabasa - "Chaggah" - (6:15) 128 BPM
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PAN:INC - "Freight" - (4:48) 161 BPM
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Bokeh X Lowquid - "Glue" - (3:15) 130 BPM
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Nuvaman - "San Miguel" - (4:15) 124 BPM
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Sensei - "Reed" - (6:16) 120 BPM
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Pro Tone - "Flux" - (5:50) 130 BPM
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Review: It's a new year, and it's time for some new imprints. That's the way we operate. Jelly Bean Farm is among the labels to launch in 2017 but, while others would think of pacing themselves with a debut EP, these guys have gone and dropped a whole compilation of new, unforgiving bass science from all corners of the extended genre. There are twelve killer cuts to choose from here, all from emergent talents, and we've got our eyes set on a number of them. Hypho's "Majikk" is a glorious neo-grime workout that stretches the genre to the very limits, "Pistol Signal" from Opus is a bubbling, potent new strain of hydro-phonic dubstep, PAN:INC's "Freight" is the sort of techno that any bass-boy dreams at night, and Sensei's "Reed" manages to blur the most daring elements of jungle and minimal techno together as if they were made to be one and one. Check it all out, though, this is a true goldmine of all things bass-oriented. Watch out for more Jelly Bean Farm gear.
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