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Pots & Pans & Handstands
Pots & Pans & Handstands - (4:30) 135 BPM
Hasnoot - (4:52) 132 BPM
Boiler - (6:41) 135 BPM
San Andras - (6:03) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
16 Sep 22
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Insane In The Cat Brain
Screaming Into The Abyss - (6:00) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Slide In My DM - (7:54) 126 BPM
Pissed - (5:55) 132 BPM
Insane In The Cat Brain - (7:06) 128 BPM
Review: Heidi Sabertooth returns to Lobster Theremin after a few years' absence with this superb release. "Screaming Into The Abyss" is a grainy, acid-soaked electro workout, powered by weighty drums, and not unlike the kind of material that appears on Bunker. On "Slide Into My DM", she opts for a slightly more polished approach, with doubled-up kicks and an offbeat, wonky rhythm prevailing - but it's only a temporary divergence. "Pissed" sees Sabertooth slip back into abrasive mode, with tearing bass and grainy beats prevailing. Meanwhile, the release concludes with the noisy title track, where the US producer ventures into the kind of visceral, tortured area that Gesloten Cirkel occupies, replete with frazzled acid.
LT 107
22 Jul 22
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Sleepless In West Norwood
Digital Projection - (5:24) 160 BPM
Jungle Poison - (5:13) 160 BPM
Roam - (5:43) 134 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Sleepless In West Norwood - (6:25) 132 BPM
22 Jul 22
Drum & Bass / Jungle
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Beep U - (2:33) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Osmosis - (3:33) 140 BPM
QR vs PIN - (3:41) 140 BPM
Solid - (3:48) 129 BPM
Yeh, Cool - (3:53) 134 BPM
Bad Idea - (1:45) 116 BPM
Need More Sky - (5:33) 100 BPM
Simulation - (3:35) 140 BPM
Voodoo Bref - (4:29) 130 BPM
Where Were U Rly Born - (7:02) 118 BPM
Mondainai - (3:12) 112 BPM
Review: The Lobster Theremin team have an almost ingenious ear for unearthing the unusual yet palpable within their catalogue, a theme they once again find themselves subscribed to as Bloomfeld unleashes this outstanding 'Larp OS' LP drop, exploring the vast swathes of the unknown regions surrounding electronic music production. From the almost post-bashment style arrangements of 'Need More Sky' to the icey percussive flutters of 'Osmosis' and euphoric, techno-inspired arrangements of 'Where Were U Rly Born', we find ourselves being thrown left, right and centre with this outstanding collection. Our highlights would include the super swingy synthetics of 'Bad Idea', which really does send us down a wonky avenue indeed, next to the post-dubstep style arrangement of 'QR vs PIN', which again packs a mega punch.
01 Jul 22
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Persistence - (6:53) 136 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Consciousness - (7:53) 131 BPM
Take A Moment - (5:56) 132 BPM
Regardless - (5:55) 126 BPM
24 Jun 22
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Dial Up - (5:17) 142 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
You Want Some - (5:50) 148 BPM
Listen Now - (4:42) 135 BPM
Ordorimashou! - (7:05) 140 BPM
Twin Flame - (4:14) 140 BPM
The Humans Are Dead - (4:52) 138 BPM
LT 103
24 Jun 22
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Paradise Falls
Paradise Falls - (6:28) 158 BPM
Soul Diesel - (7:14) 150 BPM
Tangerine Dream - (6:13) 57 BPM
Paradise Falls (Tim Reaper remix) - (5:22) 159 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
10 Jun 22
Drum & Bass / Jungle
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Ancient Sectors Of Barbarus
Agripinaa - (7:24) 140 BPM
Trinity - (6:38) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Hydraulics Chamber - (5:42) 134 BPM
XV-88 - (5:26) 130 BPM
Masterblaster - (5:03) 130 BPM
LT 105
03 Jun 22
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Enter The Zone
A Quien No Le Gusta Duro? - (6:20) 148 BPM
Get Down To This - (5:14) 145 BPM
Shock To The System - (5:37) 145 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Say It With Your Chest - (5:47) 145 BPM
LT 101
13 May 22
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Slightly Involved Vol 1
Twenty One Highs - (5:25) 160 BPM
Allude - (6:42) 160 BPM
Geezer Like Me - (5:31) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Ma Bae Be Blonde - (5:16) 147 BPM
06 May 22
Drum & Bass / Jungle
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Drunkcat - (2:26) 105 BPM
Wistleman - (4:52) 118 BPM
Ganksta - (3:45) 119 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Block Drama - (3:57) 121 BPM
Cashflow - (4:51) 116 BPM
Ladies... You Know - (4:52) 119 BPM
Winter Swapping - (5:00) 120 BPM
ROOB 001
06 May 22
Deep House
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Midwest Death Trance
Spun 21 - (4:48) 150 BPM
Low Places - (5:55) 150 BPM
Total Therapy - (5:30) 141 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Exact Change - (7:34) 85 BPM
Your Turn To Fall - (7:05) 138 BPM
Glad To Get Away - (6:16) 145 BPM
29 Apr 22
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Millennial Millenium
CS80 - (7:32) 142 BPM
Millennial Millenium - (7:10) 143 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
La Manana - (6:42) 142 BPM
Horses On Acid - (8:00) 141 BPM
Review: Rove Ranger follows 2020's 101010 release on Lobster Theremin with a four-track release that takes influence from dance music's heritage while moving ahead. "CS80" is a pulsating affair that draws on old school organ stabs, while the title track also looks to the past to shape the future. Powered by shimmering synths and featuring a ghostly vocal sample, it makes for an evocative piece of old school sounding techno. In contrast, "La Manana" is a contemporary affair that is based on tough drums and shot through with dense textures and incessant vocals. "Horse On Acid" closes out the release in full on acid mode.
LT 099
22 Apr 22
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Met Her At Bareneck
Met Her At Bareneck - (5:16) 148 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Meteora Sunrise - (5:34) 150 BPM
The Last Hour - (4:07) 150 BPM
One Night In North Glasgow - (5:37) 150 BPM
LT 098
15 Apr 22
Uplifting Trance
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Let Your X Go
Let Your X Go - (5:27) 136 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
The Elevator Game - (5:42) 135 BPM
FALSE WITNESS & Bootee - "Next Location" - (5:45) 133 BPM
Let Your X Go (VTSS remix) - (5:43) 140 BPM
Let Your X Go (dub mix) - (5:27) 136 BPM
01 Apr 22
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Vigour - (6:43) 145 BPM
Take Me Higher - (7:01) 152 BPM
Vigour (Julian Muller remix) - (5:49) 146 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Take Me Higher (Trudge remix) - (5:33) 148 BPM
LT 106
25 Mar 22
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Shades Of Red
Night Lyf - (4:52) 134 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Delectable - (5:46) 133 BPM
Temptation - (5:51) 133 BPM
Trouble Maker - (7:57) 82 BPM
Review: After firmly establishing her production credentials via a string of white label vinyl releases on her own Rosebud Recordings outlet, Rinse FM host Eliza Rose joins forces with Dublin's M4A4 for a four-tracker on Lobster Theremin. The pair hit the ground running with 'Night Lyfe', a deep, sub-heavy UK garage bumper full of woozy vocal snippets, stabbing organ notes and spacey synths. Rose's distinctive, R&B-influenced vocals come to the fore on drowsy, UKG-influenced deep house roller 'Delectable', while 'Temptation' draws more inspiration from classic Chicago and Detroit deepness. Closing cut 'Trouble Maker', meanwhile, is a barnstorming chunk of vocal jungle that reminded us a little of 'No Government'-era Nicolette.
LT 100
25 Mar 22
UK Garage
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No More Motivation
Bangkok Radio - (5:48) 163 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
No Motivation, Meaningless - (5:40) 148 BPM
Mazzomba - (5:55) 130 BPM
Snake Dance - (5:19) 162 BPM
Unghosted - (5:30) 140 BPM
Berserk - (5:51) 160 BPM
Dead Orange - (3:49) 153 BPM
Gradient - (4:55) 146 BPM
Punishments - (6:32) 143 BPM
Eleven - (5:11) 140 BPM
Blue Ritual - (5:16) 138 BPM
Review: Trudge is back on Lobster Theremin to follow up the great Self Love Club release here with a full debut LP. No More Motivation is a conceptual opus said to be inspired by tragic life events, yet demonstrates that there's a wide range in the French artist's sonic arsenal. From the rolling and cavernous breaks of opening cut "Bangkok Radio", the glacial and engulfing dub techno of "Mazzomba", taking you to the other side of euphoria on the saucer-eyed ambient journey "Berserk" and going into dystopian electro territory on the suitably titled "Punishments".
LT 088
18 Mar 22
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Chromatic Meteor Shower
Zemi Of The Riot - (4:59) 148 BPM
Pa' Que Brinquen - (5:30) 148 BPM
Tooth & Nail - (5:34) 145 BPM
Pa' Que Brinquen (Julian Muller remix) - (5:24) 148 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
1PILLS 024
25 Feb 22
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Shufflin' - (6:40) 127 BPM
WWC - (4:31) 127 BPM
I Can't Stop - (6:16) 135 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Yoland & His Tortoise - (4:06) 128 BPM
Urquoise - (5:26) 124 BPM
LT 095
31 Dec 21
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Wuthering Heights
D.L.P - (5:10) 55 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Velocity Of Love - (4:02) 164 BPM
Wuthering Heights - (3:58) 188 BPM
31 Dec 21
Drum & Bass / Jungle
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Deep Into The Night
Anxiety - (3:49) 125 BPM
Deep Into The Night - (5:36) 133 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Of Course, All The Time - (6:25) 127 BPM
There's Something About You, Boy - (6:12) 130 BPM
LT 096
17 Dec 21
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Don't Stop - (6:08) 152 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Blame Me For This Rave - (4:38) 154 BPM
Feed Your Fetish - (6:02) 150 BPM
OK Boomer - (4:28) 152 BPM
17 Dec 21
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Hard Magick For Soft Souls
Vibe Catcher - (6:07) 144 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Maladaptive Daydreamer - (7:17) 146 BPM
High Femme Fantasy - (6:27) 142 BPM
Maladaptive Daydreamer (Schacke's Swedish Forest mix) - (7:06) 146 BPM
Pale - (5:45) 137 BPM
Review: Lobster Theremin's penchant for rave and trance-oriented techno is audible on Hard Magick. The work of Copenhagen-based producer and Fast Forward collective member Vixen, it's a high-octane, exhilarating journey. "Vibe Catcher" resounds to spooky synth hooks that unravel over a pulsating groove, while on "Maladaptive Daydreamer", she edges closer to the hypnotic but enthralling sound of 90s labels like Eye Q, thanks to the use of moody bass and nocturnal melodies. "High Femme Fantasy" is a more stripped back affair, with Vixen deploying a bubbling rhythm and hissing percussion as a backdrop for gurgling acid lines. Rounding off the release is Schacke's rolling techno version of "Maladaptive Daydreamer".
LT 097
17 Dec 21
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Aerial Warmth
Dubgan - (7:26) 157 BPM
Intelligence - (7:03) 56 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Soul Shift - (7:47) 167 BPM
Orbital Jazz - (7:31) 157 BPM
10 Dec 21
Drum & Bass / Jungle
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Dying Generation - (6:22) 143 BPM
What Was On Their Mind - (6:22) 142 BPM
You Are Your Own Distraction - (6:40) 145 BPM
Race Against The Time - (5:45) 147 BPM
Race Against The Time (MRD remix) - (7:56) 150 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: While this release has nothing to do with UR themselves, it has echoes of the Detroit collective's darker sensibilities. "Dying Generation" is populated by dense, hardcore riffs and powered by a piledriving rhythm, while on "What Was On Their Mind", influences from this early 90s sensibility are also audible. Featuring intense acid lines and abrasive claps, it's an intense but rewarding peak time workout. "You Are Your Own Distraction" sees this emerging producer opt for a less visceral approach, while still deploying a murky bass and pulsating groove. Rounding off this fine release are the eerie, Mover-esque tones and razor-sharp snares of "Race Against The Time".
LT 089
03 Dec 21
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Timeless Fantasies Of An Altered State
Coming Up Again - (7:13) 130 BPM
Tears In Your Voice - (5:35) 155 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
We Can Have It All - (6:05) 137 BPM
Hold Love By The Hand - (7:04) 128 BPM
Review: It's always an exciting moment to see a new Lobster Theremin drop land in the store, with this latest catalogue addition proving once again why the label holds so much respect from within the breaks community. Jai Dee is on production duty with a killer intro on 'Coming Up Again', a vibrant display of distant drum slides and windy synthesizer sweeps, before euphoria sets in with 'Tears In Your Voice', a homemade to hardcore, stuffed full of electric chord progressions for good measure. From here, the rave feel only intensifies as 'We Can Have It All' unveils more feel good harmonic structure and glittering drum design, getting even the sturnest party-goer up and onto the dancefloor, before 'Hold Love By The Hand' puts the final touches onto the project and rounding it off with a colourful, expressive bang. Lovely work!
LT 090
26 Nov 21
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Space Invader
Orbital - (4:49) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
You Got Me - (3:09) 162 BPM
Darkness - (4:56) 135 BPM
Artemis - (5:08) 132 BPM
Review: Following on from this summer's Deep Impact release on Cyberdome, D3070 debuts on Lobster Theremin with a killer selection that takes the listener through the darker corners of electro. "Orbital" is a high-paced banger rooted in 4/4 kicks and led by a fuzzy bass, while in contrast, the title track sees D3070 slow things down to deliver a bleep-laden, low-slung workout. On "You Got Me", the mysterious producer picks up the pace again to deliver a bass-heavy roller, while "Darkness" is a swampy affair that resounds to grinding riffs and bursts of steely percussion. As the title suggests. D3070 may indeed be invading space, but it's the inner space between the beats where this release comes into its own.
LT 094
22 Oct 21
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All That Remains - (8:56) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Beyond The Veil - (11:56) 127 BPM
Review: For the first volume in their new 'dubplate series', Lobster Theremin has turned to Harrison BDP, an experienced producer enjoying the most prolific period of his career (for proof, check out his recent outings on Phonica, Lost Palms and SITU Records). It's a smart move, because the two tracks showcased here are amongst the Cardiff-based artist's most magical cuts to date. Opener 'All That Remains' is effortlessly alluring - an ultra-deep affair in which waves of spacey electronics, distant chords and yearning pads lazily stretch out atop bumpin' beats and a brilliant bassline. 'Beyond The Veil' is arguably even better. Rooted in hypnotic, locked-in deep house but smothered in evocative, dub techno style electronics and distant telephone bleeps, it's the kind of track we could happily get lost in for hours.
22 Oct 21
Deep House
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My Fire
My Fire - (5:08) 140 BPM
Hold On - (5:27) 135 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
I Feel - (6:29) 140 BPM
Outa Sight - (5:43) 140 BPM
Review: In the time since their inception, we don't think we have seen a genuinely disappointing release from the Lobster Theremin camp, who continue their exceptional run in 2021 with this monster of a drop from Yosh. We begin with the subtle breaksy-UKG hybrid of the title track 'My Fire', steadily lacing tasty breaksy drum slices through the heart of a bulging 2-step original, packed to the rafters with explosive subby energy. Next, 'Hold On' ties together aquatic pad sweeps with heavily delayed vocal sprinkles for a euphoric thrill-ride, followed by the explosive basslines and unpredictable drum slices of 'I Feel' which pack a seriously weighty punch. Finally, 'Outa Sight' pushes us into an entirely new dimension, fueled by more beefy bass drives and some exceptional drum processing to round off this remarkable four tracker in style.
LT 093
15 Oct 21
UK Garage
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95 - (2:59) 126 BPM
No Love - (3:41) 157 BPM
Healing - (4:12) 128 BPM
Zonin - (3:59) 135 BPM
The Mack - (5:14) 135 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Garant - (3:55) 134 BPM
Review: Building a storied discography through labels like Isaiah Tapes, E-Beamz and now Lobster Theremin, one Ray Kandinski delivers Garant - jungle, footwork, rave and house-infusion galore! Frolocking through lush motor and windy city synths, tones, pads and basslines, Kandinski's beatier influences come from across the Atlantic, taking in UK club culture that should appeal to all kinds of heads and dancers. Get some electro and rave throwdowns via "The Mack" next to some subtle Deep Sea Dweller motifs in "Healing". "No Love" pushes toward a liquid drum and bass realm while "Zonin" delivers some stripped-backed jungle - warmed up by an undeniable Chicago house bassline. The title-track looks to positive breakbeats and electronic melodies, with "95" your floral, vibrant and colourful bonus beat.
LT 092
15 Oct 21
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Swamplyfe (Intro) - (2:07) 140 BPM
Creeper - (4:57) 144 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Trashman - (5:39) 146 BPM
Burst - (5:23) 144 BPM
Elemental Friend - (5:03) 150 BPM
Creeper X Swamplyfe (Nene H remix) - (5:10) 150 BPM
Deepling Outfit Quest - (4:10) 144 BPM
LT 086
17 Sep 21
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Binmen, Machines, Insects & More
Binmen Of The Apocalypse - (5:14) 128 BPM
E Machine - (5:35) 131 BPM
I Am The Creator - (5:41) 124 BPM
Insects In The Jelly - (5:19) 128 BPM
Scatterbrain - (4:48) 140 BPM
I Am The Creator (Interplanetary Criminal Rebirth remix) - (5:11) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Time to recognise! Carlton Doom - a booming force of industrial-sized electro - surfaces on Lobster Theremin fresh from his last outing on Hypercolour. Turning in a hugely inspired EP of toxic muscle for Lobster Theremin, this six-track Binmen, Machines, Insects & More EP sees the artist go from quashed-futuristic fidget in "Insects In The Jelly" to epic bassline hoovers in "Binmen Of The Apocalypse". "Scatterbrain" looks to more distorted IDM and experimental sounds while "E Machine" pitches a slo-mo electro shuffle against a flurry of breakbeats, smoothed out saw waves and a familiar computer vox. "I Am The Creator" is the sludge techno track of the record with its Den Haag-like rave sensibilities that's twisted into ambient-laced jungle via an Interplanetary Criminal Rebirth remix.
17 Sep 21
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One Tribe
So Special - (7:05) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
One Tribe - (5:07) 140 BPM
It's Official - (5:49) 140 BPM
Weak Capacity - (5:56) 140 BPM
Review: Channeling a time just before trance, hardcore and rave went mainstream, Rotterdam producer FFF steps up to Lobster Theremin with One Tribe. With visions of Essex raves and free parties perhaps inspiring something of the sound here, it's hard not to think Prodigy "Everybody In The Place" when hearing "It's Official" - to the searing basslines and melodies in "One Tribe" and "Weak Capacity". An EP that boasts notions of nostalgia while keeping contemporary rave alive, "So Special" throws a slight touch of bleep into the mix with those classic UK rave keys. One Tribe.
03 Sep 21
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I'm Not Like Other PPL
I'm Not Like Other PPL - (6:42) 152 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Dead Droid - (6:00) 148 BPM
Secrets - (6:45) 148 BPM
Don't Need A Thing - (7:28) 150 BPM
All Messed Up - (5:41) 145 BPM
Review: Following his release for 1? Pills Mate, Tred drops a frenetic EP for the mother label, Lobster Theremin. The title track sets the tone for I'm Not Like, with a high-octane, rolling rhythm peppered with dense filters and obscure movie samples. On "Dead Droid", Tred maintains the same tempo, but ventures down a deeper route thanks to the use of nickel-plated percussion and immersive, atmospheric textures. On "Secrets", he focuses again on a high-paced tempo, but this time weaves tranced out melodies into the skeletal rhythm. This dayglo theme continues on the Eye Q-influenced, symphonic trance of "Don't Need A Thing", before the EP concludes with the airy ambiance of "All Messed Up".
LT 091
03 Sep 21
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Deep Impact
Booster - (3:50) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Voyager 1 - (5:36) 120 BPM
Deep Impact - (5:06) 120 BPM
New Era - (7:28) 137 BPM
Humint - (5:08) 120 BPM
Review: D3070 may not be a household name, but on Deep Impact this artist provides a masterclass in underground electro. The release starts with the gritty "Booster"; with its sharp percussion and frazzled 808s, it's exactly the kind of raw jam that you would expect to hear on Bunker. On "Voyager 1", D3070 ventures farther into the abyss to deliver a spaced-out piece of mood music, while "Deep Impact" makes for a more considered take on the sound explored on "Booster". The release then takes an unexpected turn, with this mysterious artist dropping the deeper ERP-influenced "New Era", before "Humint", concludes this brilliant EP with a captivating, low-slung dirge.
27 Aug 21
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Set The Trap
Set The Trap - (5:49) 155 BPM
Escape Hatch (Running mix) - (6:02) 160 BPM
Wait A Minute - (6:12) 145 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Bergamot (Scent mix) - (5:49) 143 BPM
Review: Issued on the new Lobster Theremin sub-label Higher Power, Jimmy Asquith delivers a blistering selection. The title track sets the tone for the EP, with the label boss combining wild rave stabs with a breakneck paced rhythm and glitchy percussive bursts. while "Wait A Minute" sees him combine hardcore riffs with a mixture of intense kicks and rolling breaks. Asquith integrates wild tonal sequences with militaristic percussion to create an intense piece of high-octane techno on "Escape Hatch (Running mix)", while "Bergamot (Scent mix)" is a more straightforward, heads-down banger that builds to the sound of grinding, gritty riffs.
09 Jul 21
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What Would I Do With Saturn
Deep In The Forest, A Sacred Pool - (6:04) 78 BPM
As I Fear The Ground Opening - (4:33) 90 BPM
Unturned - (4:36) 100 BPM
One Hundred Ideas - (5:27) 84 BPM
My Own Moon - (4:54) 88 BPM
The New Face Of England - (4:20) 105 BPM
Nothing Is Enough - (6:31) 70 BPM
Myth Of Visibility - (3:02) 73 BPM
Void Hopping - (5:18) 70 BPM
Prisoner Of The Sun - (5:49) 87 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Summer Of '18 (feat Guy Liner) - (4:00) 128 BPM
Let These Waves Wash Upon You - (5:03) 75 BPM
Summer Of '18 (feat Guy Liner - single version) - (6:27) 128 BPM
Review: Sam Black's Slacker project, nursed to life through Lobster Theremin over the years, is granted a debut album on the label following Amen To The Lonely (2017) and Leviathan (2019). What Would I Do With Saturn sees Slacker fully export his hybrid and atmospheric take on the hardcore and jungle continuum. Wading in with the timeless ambient number "Let These Waves Wash Upon You", heavy stepping drums, searing rave synths and mad acid sequences rear their head "Nothing Is Enough" next to a more emotive "As I Fear The Ground Opening". With tumbling drums and stutter effects holding down "My Own Moon", syncopated beats stand out in "The New Face Of England" with deep, oriental and fresh as f*** jungle hitting the spot in "One Hundred Ideas". A hugely fresh LP adopting old school influences with new school techniques for a release that looks to both the past and present.
LT 084
02 Jul 21
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Fatal Glow
Stalker - (5:51) 142 BPM
Misbehavior - (6:00) 143 BPM
Doppelganger - (5:01) 143 BPM
Terror - (5:18) 147 BPM
Terror (Jensen Interceptor remix) - (5:16) 147 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
SALOME & Volruptus - "Crave" - (7:38) 142 BPM
Review: Hot on the heels of Eps on FTP, Mechatronica and Dark Net, Salome delivers her debut release for Lobster Theremin. Both "Stalker" and "Doppleganger" are as dark as Russian winters, with ominous bass tones fused with austere, stepping rhythms. On "Misbehaviour", Salome conjures up an equally powerful soundscape, with pummelling drums providing the backdrop for menacing synth hooks, while "Terror" resounds to rickety broken beats. Lobster Theremin has also commissioned electro maestro Jensen Interceptor to remix "Terror" - and he doesn't disappoint, dropping recycled rave riffs over the kind of murky rhythm that one would normally associate with the Hacker.
LT 085
25 Jun 21
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Sacrificed Generation
Forgot To Dream - (6:49) 143 BPM
We Will Bring It Back - (6:45) 143 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Double Dose - (6:15) 140 BPM
Ruined Future Prospects - (6:51) 139 BPM
Review: Chlar has released on a handful of labels before, and now makes his Lobster Theremin debut with the mesmerising Sacrificed Generation. "Forgot To Dream" is a hypnotic, tranced out affair that is sure to work well in techno and house sets. Meanwhile, on "We Will Bring It Back", Chlar takes inspiration from darker electronic sources to craft a peak-time hard dance track populated by vocal snippets and powered by rave stabs. "Double Dose" follows a tribal techno approach, albeit with the tough drums swathed in menacing hardcore stabs. Rounding off this intense release is the brutalist "Long Time No See", its murderous kicks and screeching samples more imposing than communist era public buildings.
LT 087
11 Jun 21
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Dear Diary
Ludmilla - (7:16) 140 BPM
Tall People - (5:37) 140 BPM
It Gets Easier - (6:04) 141 BPM
Blicke (feat Ikki Mel) - (6:30) 141 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Nicolas Schmidt aka Narciss follows his 2020 debut on Lobster Theremin with this emotive EP. "Ludmilla" is a rolling affair that features dreamy synth melodies. While the mood is similarly upbeat on "Tall People", Schmidt ups the tempo to deliver a breezy techno groove that is sure to garner attention across the spectrum. "It Gets Easier" reveals a somewhat moodier side to this upcoming producer's sound, with his signature melodies fused with rolling break beats and an ominous low end. "Blicke" marks a return to his usual form, as epic chord builds are fused with a high-paced, rolling rhythm - a seamless blend of emotion and function.
LT 083
04 Jun 21
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Whirlpools - (5:43) 160 BPM
Tim Reaper & Devnull - "Give It 2 Me" (Coco Bryce remix) - (7:47) 160 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Ecospheres - (5:21) 160 BPM
On Repeat - (5:15) 165 BPM
Review: One of Lobster Theremin's most successful new entrants is the veteran yet currently invigorated jungle producer Tim Reaper, who had a wildly successful 2020 that included a streak of superb EPs on Theremin and its sister labels. Ecospheres is no different, and that frantic jungle sound we all know and love is back with abandon. Coco Bryce, a fellow breaks maestro, steps up for an absolutely incredible remix of 'Give It 2 Me', which crashes through its phases with the grace of an elephant and the atmosphere of the 1990s, as technoid ripples, synth squeaks and sampled soul provide the backdrop to a perfect percussive performance. 'On Repeat' is the other highlight, as pad pirouettes climb on ladders of swirling melodic progressions, up to a peak of pummelling percussion. One of the greats.
28 May 21
Drum & Bass / Jungle
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Life Can Be Cruel
Life Can Be Cruel - (5:59) 140 BPM
Onlyfans - (5:11) 137 BPM
Bossa Bathrooms - (4:56) 151 BPM
Life Can Be Cruel (D. Dan remix) - (6:17) 145 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Terpsichora - (7:04) 136 BPM
Review: Marco Gomez aka False Witness makes a big splash on his debut for Lobster Theremin. The title track is a pounding, industrial affair, dystopian in mood and led by a pulsating. juggernaut bass. "Onlyfans" is also a peak-time track, with Gomez dropping steely kicks and a relentless, jacking rhythm that is tailor made to be used in the mix. "Bossa Bathrooms" has a hard dance feeling, as False Witness deploys euphoria inducing builds and a visceral, distorted bass to devastating effect. Meanwhile, on "NYNYNYNYNYNY" he channels ebm influences to deliver a ghoulish workout, as unsettling as a late night ride on the underground.
LT 081
28 May 21
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Mowbray Street
Mowbray Street - (4:18) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Channel - (5:36) 126 BPM
Provoke Iddy - (4:55) 118 BPM
Have You Stopped It - (6:13) 130 BPM
Apologies To 25 - (5:40) 130 BPM
Review: Having found a debut release through the Lobster Theremin network via its SITU Records sub label in 2020, Kempston Hardwick now arrives on its parent platform through the five-track EP, Mowbray Street. Inspired by UK garage at large, expect a spectrum of house and touch of electro to grace this EP that's full of pumping drum machine percussion, jackin' rhythms and repetitive pads. With some funky, b-boy breaks entering the mix in "Provoke Iddy", the EP's title-track shines the strongest light on the artist's love for garage. With something more low-slung and Chicago sounding coming through in "Have You Stopped It" get more of a fundamental house groove in "Channel" next to the two-stepping, acid and electro-synthy beats of "Apologies to 25".
LT 082
21 May 21
UK Garage
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Allure - (7:37) 162 BPM
Second Thoughts - (5:24) 154 BPM
Take It - (6:56) 159 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Allure (Yazzus' Seductive remix) - (5:22) 150 BPM
Review: Lobster Theremin welcomes the return of emerging producer Amy Dabbs who follows up her Girl Like Me debut on Distant Horizons by splashing out on its parent label, Lobster Theremin. Throwing down a gauntlet of dub inspired UKG, house and R&B tracks, Amy Dabbs hits the spot with "Allure". Flirting with rave aesthetics all the more in "Second Thoughts", Dabbs keeps it instrumental, bassline heavy and close to the London broken beat scene in 'Take It" - hi-pitched vocals included - with a murky, lo-fi and computer music version of the title-track by Steel City Discs debutante Yazzus.
07 May 21
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Tabula Rasa
La Fin Du Debut - (5:42) 135 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Garbage - (5:46) 136 BPM
Renouveau - (5:23) 130 BPM
Freezing - (5:09) 132 BPM
Review: La Fraicheur has been winning praise thanks to a series of releases on Infin?, and now she delivers a blistering EP for Lobster Theremin. "La Fin Du Debut" is a frazzled, stuttering affair, led by fuzzy percussion, while on "Garbage", she layers a stream of consciousness vocal over a niggling groove and ominous bass. On "Renouveau", La Fraicheur goes for an entirely different approach, with menacing, buzz-saw bass unravelling over a stepping rhythm, while the closing track, "Freezing", is the most forceful. Centred on an industrial strength rhythm and visceral low end, it sounds like La Fraicheur's own take on ebm.
LT 078
07 May 21
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Orange Circles
Orange Circles - (5:54) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Ilford Depot - (5:47) 123 BPM
Robots In Lust - (4:40) 124 BPM
Zunk - (5:30) 124 BPM
Zunk (DOS remix) - (6:25) 124 BPM
Review: Originally released earlier this year on vinyl via Lobster Theremin's SITU offshoot, Orange Circles marks the debut of previously unheard British producer Memphis Glass. As debuts go, it's one of the most accomplished we've heard for a while. With Memphis Glass drifting between spacey, sub-powered deep house beauty ('Orange Circles'), angular, analogue-rich retro-futurism ('Ilford Depot'), shuffling, picturesque soundscape house ('Robots in Lust') and ultra-melodic dancefloor positivity (the fluid waves of synthesizers, dusty machine drums and floatation tank vocal samples of 'Zunk'). The EP's one remix comes from DOS, who gives 'Zunk' a warmer, hazier and ultimately even more attractive spin.
SITU 333
07 May 21
Deep House
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Unfinished - (4:09) 121 BPM
Son - (3:42) 142 BPM
Subnautica - (5:29) 133 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Atlantis - (5:48) 148 BPM
Wrath Of The Demon - (4:51) 151 BPM
Sudden Life - (5:29) 143 BPM
Dissappeared But Not Forgotten - (2:42) 146 BPM
Energy Reloading - (8:20) 148 BPM
Our Time - (4:37) 160 BPM
Deya Kingdom - (7:15) 89 BPM
Saafe - (6:44) 51 BPM
Soft Sea - (6:08) 126 BPM
E Crusader - (6:00) 138 BPM
Ending Theme - (3:43) 145 BPM
Breaking The Waves - (3:41) 123 BPM
Encounters At The End Of The World - (4:37) 146 BPM
Only A Flash Of Light - (9:33) 152 BPM
LSS 004
02 Apr 21
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Club Culture - (6:15) 124 BPM
Retort - (6:21) 134 BPM
Run Da Ting - (4:23) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Top Boy - (4:05) 120 BPM
Transcendence (feat 7ip7o3) - (5:04) 120 BPM
Review: Breaking through the surface last year with a sweet run of releases via the likes of E-Beamz, Sneaker Social Club and Lobster Theremin, the Sheffield three-piece Denham Audio return to the latter with another five-track missive: Transcendence. Taking in the slightest of bleep references atop a jungle groove and soundboy lyrics is "Run Da Ting", get a second bite out of something similar (only graced by rave) in "Retort". Its lead track "Transcendence (feat 7ip7o3)" sees a lo-fi, trippy and drum and bass sound flirt with vocals and textures that evoke imagery from the film Lost in Translation, while for something retro, housier and garage tipped its all about "Top Boy" and "Club Culture".
LT 080
12 Mar 21
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Self Love Club
Ice On My Neck - (5:55) 141 BPM
Self Love Club - (6:33) 144 BPM
Bird Ghost - (7:54) 142 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Night Shift - (7:44) 160 BPM
Review: Having released on underground labels like Lost Palms and Arts, Trudge now drops his debut on the prolific Lobster Theremin imprint. "Ice On My Neck" is a frenetic slice of rolling tribal techno, powered by a booming bass and peppered with hardcore stabs. The title track is more linear and streamlined, but again features a soaring bass at its centre, acting as the backdrop for acid lines and powerful break beats. "Bird Ghost" sees Trudge deploy cascading drum patterns to dramatic effect, accompanying epic synth builds, while "Night Shift" ups the pace, with Trudge dropping a frenetic but atmospheric drum'n'bass arrangement.
LT 079
19 Feb 21
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