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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
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
Ecospheres - (5:21) 160 BPM
On Repeat - (5:15) 165 BPM
28 May 21
Drum And Bass
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Life Can Be CruelCOMING SOON
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
Terpsichora - (7:04) 136 BPM
LT 081
28 May 21
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Mowbray StreetCOMING SOON
Mowbray Street - (4:18) 127 BPM
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
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
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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Orange Circles - (5:54) 126 BPM
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 Cirlces 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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La Fin Du Debut - (5:42) 135 BPM
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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Unfinished - (4:09) 121 BPM
Son - (3:42) 142 BPM
Subnautica - (5:29) 133 BPM
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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Ice On My Neck - (5:55) 141 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Self Love Club - (6:33) 144 BPM
Bird Ghost - (7:54) 142 BPM
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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Tim Reaper & Devnull - "Anytime" - (6:25) 160 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Tim Reaper - "Who Run It" - (6:24) 160 BPM
Tim Reaper - "Teletext" - (5:55) 160 BPM
Tim Reaper & Devnull - "Give It 2 Me" - (6:08) 160 BPM
Review: Tim Reaper, fresh off the back of his nomination in the DJ Mag Best of British Awards, is back with is next EP on the mighty Lobster Theremin, and it's yet another outstanding breaksy contribution to the label's back catalogue. 'Anytime' features Devnull and graduates from wispy vocal work to fractious breaks in a manner only Tim can pull off, with drum rolls coming out the wazzoo and a rave-embedded atmosphere which is simply brilliant. The title track blends bubbling synth lines with choruses of strings that build into clattering breaks with a patter of old-school vibes, another proper underground cut from the master himself. Seminal.
LT 075
22 Jan 21
Drum And Bass
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Lurk - (6:37) 180 BPM
Renegade - (6:28) 160 BPM
Long Dark Tunnel (Light At The End mix) - (6:39) 145 BPM
T-1000 - (6:05) 150 BPM
Out Of The Blue - (3:21) 177 BPM
Esthesia - (7:56) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Long Dark Tunnel (Darkside mix) - (6:51) 145 BPM
27 Nov 20
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Relief - (5:24) 131 BPM
Unite - (6:54) 132 BPM
Dance Wicked - (5:58) 131 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Real Headz - (5:59) 129 BPM
Review: Questioned in the past for their flavour-of-the-month-attitudes to house and techno, Lobster Theremin has come through the other side as a bastion for what's good about contemporary US and UK inspired dance music (with that lo-fidelity touch). Always on the hunt for fresh artists mining such a sound, the label gives Saturday Night Rush (also known as Truant) a full debut with a four-track EP covering an expansive spectrum of classic house sounds tied together with a bevy UK influences; be they bass-driven breaks, piano stabs for the rave to slicing garage percussion, raw drums and luscious synths. Lose yourself to the bass wobble of "Relief", uptempo deep house, trance and UKG of "Unite" next to the dub noir of "Dance Wicked" and a Chicago house overload in "Real Headz". Hot rush.
LT 077
27 Nov 20
Deep House
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Departure - (7:42) 99 BPM
Rewind The Days Of Youth - (6:22) 119 BPM
Bound Together - (6:23) 123 BPM
Nowhere - (5:49) 117 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Interlude - (5:46) 92 BPM
4th Journey - (5:00) 118 BPM
Tomorrow Comes Today (feat Quails) - (5:53) 109 BPM
Arrival - (6:27) 127 BPM
This Far - (6:14) 126 BPM
Review: Fittingly, Szilveszter Horvath's long-awaited debut album as Route 8 was directly inspired by the Hungarian highway after which his artistic alias is named. It's one he has travelled many times over the years, hence his desire to create an album of "cruising music" that would sound good on journeys down the motorway. In practice, that means a fine musical excursion that blends warming deep house and futuristic Motor City techno sounds with elements of blissful ambient techno (see inspired opener 'Departure' and 'Arrival'), deep acid electro ('Nowhere', snappy closing cut 'This Far'), Pete Namlook style weightless ambient ('Interlude'), two-step ('4th Journey') and near horizontal synth-pop ('Tomorrow Comes Today'). The results are certainly ear-pleasing and rarely less than superb.
LT 076
20 Nov 20
Deep House
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Do My Thing - (5:19) 134 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
What I Mean - (5:21) 88 BPM
Luchini Forever - (5:11) 130 BPM
Knock - (6:36) 136 BPM
Review: James Thompson aka Warwick returns to the Lobster Theremin stable with another fine club-focused EP. The title track revolves around a heads-down, pulsating groove, underscored by warbling acid and peppered with ponderous vocals. On "What I Mean", Thompson opts for a somewhat different approach; instead of straight kicks, he deploys tight break beats to underpin the kind of effective acid builds that would make Hardfloor jealous. "Luchini Forever" sees him change approach again, with dramatic stabs unravelling over punchy drums and tight percussion, while he ups the tempo on "Knock" - the result is a galloping rhythm featuring powerful sub bass and euphoria inducing filters.
16 Oct 20
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Flight Six Six Six - (4:54) 160 BPM
Vegan Library - (5:32) 146 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Deep Into The Jungle - (6:28) 160 BPM
Only When I'm Dreaming - (3:11) 163 BPM
02 Oct 20
Drum And Bass
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Final Devolution - (4:27) 140 BPM
His Spirit All Around - (5:25) 144 BPM
Not Afraid - (5:38) 144 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Shaping The Future - (6:29) 143 BPM
Leaving Earth - (6:36) 143 BPM
Inner Fire - (6:43) 144 BPM
Devil Talks - (5:53) 144 BPM
Come To Play With Us - (5:12) 107 BPM
Stronger Than Him - (5:53) 144 BPM
Eternal Damnation - (5:03) 159 BPM
Played by: False Witness
LT 071
25 Sep 20
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Cityscapes - (6:29) 160 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Sequence 2 - (5:54) 155 BPM
Make It Real - (6:54) 160 BPM
(I Can) Feel It - (6:30) 160 BPM
Review: Tim Reaper has been on an absolute tear recently, releasing on his own Globex Corp as well as founding Future Retro, and now, following releases on sublabels, he has his first EP on the Lobster Theremin main label. It's a perfect exemplification of his talent as a producer, as Tim moves from industrial breaks business into high-speed house and nonchalant, lounging break techno. Its title track is the heaviest, with nostalgic synths leading into a deeply fractious set of amens wrapped up in a veneer of 90s soundscapes and urban vibes. 'Sequence 2' is a slightly different sound than we've heard from him recently, as pacy 4x4 kicks drive through a wispy scape of undulating vocal notes and twirling synth touches. The final two tracks are more expert-level breaks business - Tim, we salute you. Bigups.
LT 074
25 Sep 20
Drum And Bass
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Diable Jambe - (6:52) 143 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Sundowner (Body 2 Body mix) - (7:16) 143 BPM
Detroit Smash - (4:57) 144 BPM
Fragments Of A Language Of Love - (6:47) 145 BPM
Review: Listening to Narciss' debut release for Lobster Theremin, it feels like the wave of 90s trance never happened. The German producer starts the release with "Diable Jambe", which comes across as a tough ebm-flavoured take on Harthouse material. "Sundowner (Body 2 Body Mix)", with its melodramatic melodic flourishes, sees Narciss opt for a more mainstream take on trance, while on "Detroit Smash" he delivers his own flawless interpretation of the grey area where the form coexisted with techno, thanks to the use of dramatic chord builds. Rounding off this distinctive EP is the acid-frazzled " Fragments Of A Language Of Love". which comes across as a slightly more benign take on Emmanuel Top's sound.
LT 073
11 Sep 20
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Feel The Panic - (6:31) 133 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Volt - (6:35) 126 BPM
Bobby Wobbler - (4:24) 125 BPM
Check 1 - (5:04) 133 BPM
Check 1 (Maruwa remix) - (4:34) 134 BPM
Played by: NAZA
04 Sep 20
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Remnants - (5:38) 132 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Wolf - (5:13) 137 BPM
Hiatus - (3:53) 100 BPM
Chrysalis - (5:58) 130 BPM
Orchid - (6:14) 126 BPM
Review: Five years after his debut release, Sean Dodd aka Reflec returns to Lobster Theremin for a great follow-up. In the intervening years, he has put out material on the Clergy imprint, but this EP sees him mix up styles. The title track resounds to a rumbling jungle bass, while on "Wolf", searing acid and broken beats vie for the listener's attention. "Hiatus" sees Dodd up the pace to deliver a jittery, 303-soaked drum'n'bass track, while on "Chrysalis", he opts for a more playful approach, as vocal snippets and wobbly sound effects inhabit the percussive groove. Finally, "Orchid" sees Dodd slow down the pace for a more atmospheric cut.
LT 072
24 Jul 20
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Spitting Like - (7:29) 145 BPM
Locked To The Leaba - (5:35) 145 BPM
Chronic Desire (Bare Chest mix) - (7:24) 147 BPM
The Gun Bangs Last - (4:30) 142 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
LT 069
19 Jun 20
Hard Techno
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Ma Bae Be Luv - (6:30) 160 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Blue Tile Lounge - (4:27) 160 BPM
Smoke Screen - (5:59) 160 BPM
Get Shwifty - (3:58) 163 BPM
Review: Lobster Theremin are one of the coolest labels around, with their reputation coming more from the house and techno side of things than from jungle, but the have a capacity for the diverse and Coco Bryce is flying that flag here. There's diversity even within this release too, from the rolling reece basses of 'Smoke Screen' to the pitched-up siren stutters of 'Blue Tile Lounge'. But it's the title track which reeally pinched us, with a floating vocal sample that simply shivers in delight alongside its roughshod jungle drums. Fantastic work from both label and artist here.
12 Jun 20
Drum And Bass
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1998 - (5:58) 145 BPM
101010 - (6:32) 140 BPM
In My Mind - (8:11) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Schaltkreis - (5:51) 147 BPM
Review: Following from his recent Rave Memories release on Lobster Theremin, Rove Ranger returns to deliver a more visceral follow-up. "1998" starts off with a galloping groove, vivid chords and subtle vocal snippets. On the title track, he strips back any semblance of melody to lay down a pounding, jackhammer rhythm that is redolent of one the Advent's classic techno work. "In My Mind" ushers in a deeper sound, with sun kissed chords applied to a jacking groove, while he revisits the mid-90s for "Schaltkreis". It's a menacing, prowling banger that recalls the trance-techno intensity of vintage Thomas P Heckmann.
LT 068
01 May 20
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Prosperity On Mars - (6:46) 143 BPM
Sidonia - (5:40) 143 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Aurora's Night - (6:38) 143 BPM
Reality - (7:16) 143 BPM
Review: The sound of 90s acid techno bubbles to the surface on Julian Muller's latest release for Lobster Theremin. In particular, the title track sees him marry searing 303s with dreamy hooks to craft a peak-time, pounding rhythm. "Sidonia", with its tough kicks and buzz saw bass, sees him opt for a slightly heavier approach. The release takes a euphoric turn on "Aurora's Night", with Muller delivering epic melodic builds that would not sound out of place on an Eye Q EP. Finally, there's "Reality", revolving around a lean, driving rhythm and featuring some billowing melodies - this time with a slightly darker undercurrent.
LT 067
24 Apr 20
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50 Flower - (5:25) 146 BPM
I Just Am - (7:27) 128 BPM
Heitt - (8:53) 138 BPM
Beautiful Love - (4:29) 119 BPM
Wave Return - (7:58) 140 BPM
Spirit Of Ecstasy - (6:40) 127 BPM
Hypnotherapy - (8:18) 128 BPM
With You - (7:39) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
& Then There Was Light - (4:19) 143 BPM
Review: Hypnotherapy is Nthng's second album, and it underlines the fact that he's one of the most varied artists working in electronic music. On "50 Flower" and 'Beautiful Love", the Dutch producer delivers dreamy ambience before moving into the throbbing groove of "I Just Am', which also features care-free vocals and a clanging rhythm. "Heitt" sees him up the pace for a peak-time, tranced-out groove. However, throughout the release his touch is never rough or visceral - as the pulsating Detroit techno rhythm of "Wave Return" demonstrates so effortlessly. If you are looking for soulful electronic music with a distinctive touch, then you've come to the right place.
LT 066
24 Apr 20
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Plastic Games - (4:51) 141 BPM
Model 1600 - (4:20) 133 BPM
IOI - (5:09) 135 BPM
Sad Juno - (6:19) 131 BPM
K-Mix - (5:55) 133 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Puyain Sanati aka Grammar of Movement debuted on Lobster Theremin back in 2016, and for his return release, the underground artist is releasing on the Lobster UNDR sub-label. The title track is a hyperactive electro roller that resounds to chilling synths and a bubbling groove. On "Model 1600", Sanati drops the tempo but ups the mystery levels, as a plunging bass and razor-sharp percussion undercuts eerie synth lines. On "IOI", there is a similar vibe, but this time, the mood descends into frostiness thanks to a combination of atmospheric pads and blurry 808s. "Sad Juno" sees Sanati bring his sound back into sharper focus with crispy drums supporting chiming melodies.
27 Mar 20
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Red Stars - (4:55) 118 BPM
Mind Games - (4:32) 134 BPM
Sub.conscious - (5:41) 106 BPM
8808808.08 - (6:06) 136 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Complex Clarity - (5:36) 125 BPM
Review: Andy Garvey follows her 2019 Eternal Recurrence debut on Lobster Theremin with this excellent EP. "Red Stars" kick starts the release with acrid acid lines and rickety kick drums, while she also daubs the insistent rhythm of "8808808.08" in 303 lines, before shifting focus for "Mind Games". There, Garvey drops a brooding bass and a stepping electro rhythm that supports tripped out vocals. "Sub.conscious" sees her change the approach, delivering a slowed down, teased out jam featuring evocative melodies. Rounding off this exceptional EP is the title track, where Garvey shows herself to be a master at crafting deep, rumbling electro.
20 Mar 20
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Switchblade (Descendant) - (5:06) 138 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Mutant Future - (5:36) 142 BPM
Burnout - (4:20) 155 BPM
Escape From The Echo Chamber - (5:08) 138 BPM
Take It Easy - (5:39) 133 BPM
Sun Over I-5 South - (4:17) 135 BPM
Played by: David LaFhionntain
Review: D.Dan launches his latest EP in storming form; "Switchblade (Descendant Mix)", with its visceral kicks and wild filtered builds, sounds inspired by the more abrasive end of the Synewave catalogue. On the title track, he opts again for a heads-down approach, with ominous filtered chords underpinned by tough kicks, while on "Burnout", the pace picks up and the drums are more relentless as the Berlin-based producer's track hurtles its way towards Advent-style intensity. "Escape The Echo Chamber" is less pac-y and resounds to a rolling house groove and vocal snippets, but even here the underlying feeling is one of understated menace. Offering some solace for battered ears is the deep techno of "Take It Easy".
LT 065
28 Feb 20
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Ambroxitil - (6:43) 132 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Timeframe - (6:40) 140 BPM
Strive For More - (5:45) 130 BPM
Waouu - (5:11) 132 BPM
Timeframe (Voiski remix) - (5:49) 140 BPM
LT 063
13 Dec 19
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On My Mind - (6:19) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Seven Heaven - (6:18) 138 BPM
This 1 Is For The Ravers - (5:59) 134 BPM
Electrain - (6:07) 131 BPM
Cloudburst - (5:03) 127 BPM
Played by: Chrissy
LT 062
06 Dec 19
Deep House
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Ephemeral Chase - (5:30) 126 BPM
Mind & Space - (7:17) 121 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Amaranthine Profundity (feat Zarenzeit) - (4:32) 118 BPM
Finite Elements - (6:24) 115 BPM
Blurred Harmony - (6:32) 124 BPM
Boundless (feat Dan Piu) - (6:01) 122 BPM
Invisible Skills (feat Emil Abramyan) - (6:34) 126 BPM
Lucent Eyes - (5:04) 122 BPM
The Road In Front Of Me (feat Jenifa Mayanja) - (5:26) 130 BPM
Played by: Javier Carballo
Review: Sometime mystery deep house producer Grant - now revealed to be an alias of Frank & Tony member Anthony Collins -has a track record that many of his peers surely envy. To date, he's barely put a foot wrong and "Fantasy Blues", his first full-length outing on Lobster Theremin, is another superb set. Warm, melodious, musically detailed and far more imaginative than most deep house albums you'll hear this, the set sees Collins slip between oven-hot, jazz-funk influenced electronica ("Ephemeral Chase"), revivalist early '90s NYC deep house ("Mind & Space", "Finite Elements"), loose-and-languid ultra-deep goodness ("Amaranthine Profundity", "Blurred Harmony") and the kind of relaxed, intergalactic fare that sits somewhere between ambient techno and ocean-deep dream house. In other words, it's superb.
LT 064
29 Nov 19
Deep House
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90s Living - (4:02) 50 BPM
Intermission - (3:34) 160 BPM
Keeper Of The Lost - (4:23) 151 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Carousel - (4:35) 186 BPM
Review: The mysterious Bakground returns to Lobster Theremin and he's rolling with esteemed company as Sangam adds his deep threads to the weave. "90s Living" lives up to its name; big immersive atmospheric jungle, all loose around the edges but held together so firmly. "Intermission" provides no respite - the only break is the one that rolls beneath the shimmering keys. Meanwhile "Keeper Of The Lost" takes us down to 150 on a robust set of rolling breaks before "Carousel" brings us back down to earth softly, deeply, ambiently...
01 Nov 19
Drum And Bass
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Meteor Shower - (5:57) 134 BPM
Mycophilia - (6:03) 132 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Overstatement (Space edit) - (5:40) 132 BPM
Social Compost - (4:53) 136 BPM
Thalassa - (5:34) 132 BPM
Sentiment Analysis - (6:40) 85 BPM
Review: Having appeared previously on a compilation earlier this year, Softcoresoft aka Leticia Trandafir now makes her full debut. She gets off to an impressive start with the dark, tunnelling techno of "Meteor Shower", which sounds like Mike Parker on a bad trip. "Mycophilia" is similarly inclined, with Trandafir adding some eerie synths to the pulsating groove. It could pass for a more cerebral and indeed ethereal take on acid techno. She continues to ride the 303 wave on "Overstatement (Space Edit)", but on this occasion adds in spiky break beats, while "Social Compost" sees her go back to the dance floor with a tough, grinding workout.
18 Oct 19
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Base-1 - (4:45) 125 BPM
New Physics - (4:17) 135 BPM
Paradox Logic - (5:48) 127 BPM
Motif - (4:39) 124 BPM
Humanoid Forms - (6:04) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Train To Inamuragasaki - (5:23) 129 BPM
Review: With a few albums and releases on labels such as Pinkman and Computer Controlled to his credit, Norwell aka Bal?zs Semsei is making a name with his grainy take on electronic music. That approach is brought sharply into focus on New Physics, his Lobster Theremin debut. "Base-1" unravels to menacing synths, while the title track and "Paradox Logic" are grainy electro funk tunes that feature blasts of analogue noise and tight, steely drums. "Motif" sees Semsei again focus on experimentation - this time thanks to his use of a murky wall of bass - while both "Humanoid Forms" and "Train To Inamuragasaki" mark a return to the grainy electro that prevails on this EP.
LT 061
07 Jun 19
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Crash - (6:51) 131 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Happening - (6:53) 132 BPM
Finally - (3:14) 160 BPM
XL - (7:55) 126 BPM
Played by: London Modular
Review: Jeals follows 2017's Flux on Lobster Theremin with this excellent electro-themed EP. "Crash" kick starts the release with steely, driving drums and a powerful, throbbing bass underpinning eerie synth lines and foreboding chimes. On "Happening", Jeals takes a trip down a more conventional electro route; the synths are frosty and haunting and the bass twists and turns in an ominous fashion as Jeals drops rickety percussion and acidic licks. In stark contrast is the swirling ambient sound scapes of "Finally", while he takes another sideways step for "XL"; focusing on 4/4s, it sees him deliver wide-eyed electronic melodies over a spiky rhythm.
07 Jun 19
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Alone - (7:12) 131 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Premonition - (5:51) 130 BPM
Confess - (5:35) 128 BPM
Infestation - (6:19) 134 BPM
Review: 2019 has been a relatively busy year for 1800HaightStreet, with Confess following a dubbed out EP on the M?rk imprint. This four-tracker is a diverse affair, with "Alone" focusing on a tough, steely rhythm that snakes and growls menacingly. In contrast, "Premonition" is a deep, resonating techno track that swirls and swaggers seductively, while the title track sees the pair deliver an atmospheric, mid-tempo workout led by soaring strings and based on intricate, glitchy beats. Keeping their listeners guessing till the end, 1800HaightStreet's parting shot, "Infestation', is a snappy dance floor track that's populated by eerie synth loops.
31 May 19
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Leviathan - (6:47) 128 BPM
Next Time - (7:03) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Last Train To Sector 4c 31 - (6:07) 134 BPM
Journey Past The Clouds - (6:47) 133 BPM
Review: Slacker returns to Lobster Theremin following his Amen To The Lonely release with this impressive four-track EP. The title track resounds to raw break beats and splurging acid lines, with ghostly samples playing out in the background. On "Next Time", he opts for a more electro-tinged approach, with steely snares and dreamy, futuristic chords prevailing. It makes for a clubby but musical sound. "Last Train to Sector 4C.31" follows in a similar vein: with dreamy synths and acid line belching out over rolling 808s, the combination is redolent of Lost Trax and Reedale Rise. "Journey Past the Clouds" is also influenced by electro, but on this occasion Slacker applies a more downtempo approach.
24 May 19
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Aciidmuzik - (5:33) 133 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
One Day Later - (6:08) 127 BPM
Rubber - (5:41) 132 BPM
There's Hope For You Yet - (6:26) 135 BPM
Review: Next up on the Lobster Theremin mini-empire is Shedbug, who debuted on the label last year and has since gone on to release on 1? Pills Mate. Hope starts off in raucous form with the robust acid breaks of "Aciidmuzik", before Shedbug takes a diversion to drop the morbid, ominous bass-led disco of "One Day Later". "Rubber" shows a more considered side to his canon as it veers off into esoteric, break beat-led deep techno, while on the title track, break beats also abound. This time they underpin mesmerising synths that take the listener back to the blissful trance of 90s acts like Legion of Green Men.
26 Apr 19
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Sci-fi Breaks From The Rabbit Hole - (5:24) 63 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Arni Driftking - (6:03) 59 BPM
Servelat Man - (3:55) 62 BPM
Enter The Void & Chill - (4:01) 112 BPM
Sopska - (4:57) 62 BPM
Bin Chicken In Fitzroy - (3:30) 62 BPM
Mermaid Cocktail - (4:31) 62 BPM
Eye Contact With A Nutria - (4:28) 64 BPM
Frosty Skit (feat Iceman) - (2:30) 64 BPM
Emotional Breakdown At 629AM (Sad Arp version) - (5:00) 62 BPM
Outro (Shady Landlord) - (4:39) 62 BPM
Review: Manuel Fischer's debut album wins this month's prize for most unusual title, but it shouldn't overlook the fine music contained within. With releases on labels like Ozelot and Drumpoet Community already to his credit, Fischer is using the album format to expand his vision. Loosely based around break beats, it veers from the warbling acid of "Sci-Fi Breaks From The Rabbit Hole" to the melancholic "Arni Driftking" and mesmerising, droning workouts like the down-the-rabbit hole tip that is "Enter he Void & Chill". While Fischer may have been categorised generally as a house artist - and certainly the lo-fi "Bin Chicken In Fitzroy" pushes in that direction - this is an expansive, out there piece of work.
LT 060
12 Apr 19
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Eyes Are Watching - (7:26) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Non Such - (6:16) 120 BPM
Makin Cutz - (7:31) 134 BPM
Weeding Through Distortion - (6:43) 126 BPM
LT 059
05 Apr 19
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Connessione Europa - (5:11) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Disappointed - (4:59) 133 BPM
Space Train - (5:04) 130 BPM
Again - (5:48) 128 BPM
Ray Gun (Bonus Beat) - (4:00) 128 BPM
Mira Electronics - (6:16) 133 BPM
The Truth - (5:10) 128 BPM
Digital Fix Today - (5:11) 133 BPM
Android - (5:14) 124 BPM
LT 056
29 Mar 19
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Eternal Recurrence - (6:20) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Infinity - (5:31) 129 BPM
Meta Physical - (4:34) 128 BPM
Protovision - (5:00) 136 BPM
LT 058
22 Mar 19
Deep House
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Hex - (4:44) 103 BPM
How It Is - (8:55) 95 BPM
Hyperspace - (6:22) 134 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
We Are - (6:20) 137 BPM
Review: Again with the very unique sounds of Lobster Theremin we are treated to some truly experimental composition here as ASOK brings forward four stunning creations. We begin our journey with the emotional soundscaping and shuffling subtle percussive processes of 'Hex', before landing on the more expansive breaks work on the title track 'How It Is'. Next, we find ourselves treading into a more up-beat design in 'Hyperspace', again packed with well cleaned rolling breaksy drum works and expansive pads, before we finish up on the nostalgic waves of 'We Are', rounding up proceedings perfectly.
08 Mar 19
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DJ Skechers - "Do It" (With My Skechers On) - (4:44) 140 BPM
Yung Dolphin - "Delphin Invasion" - (3:19) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Yung Dolphin - "Fly Away" (Chopped & Screwed) - (1:28) 72 BPM
01 Mar 19
Deep House
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Give Me Dat - (5:23) 140 BPM
Fuse - (5:33) 141 BPM
Le Phonk - (7:10) 139 BPM
Days Of The Sunset - (5:15) 138 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
LT 057
22 Feb 19
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Fast Forward To The Outer Rim - (5:32) 78 BPM
Angels - (5:19) 70 BPM
Permission 2 Dance - (3:34) 73 BPM
Real - (6:20) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Memories Of The Old World - (6:23) 115 BPM
Review: Following up great ones by Marco Lazovic, AFAMoo and ASOK, Sweden's DJ Different steps up to the Lobster family's main label with an EP that the label best describes itself as traversing the 'Orion Nebula to the very edges of the Oort Cloud'. From the evocative sci-fi ambient of "Fast Forward To The Outer Rim" and the zeitgeist of early '90s rave/hardcore on "Angels" and similarly on the pitched-down junglisms of "Real" - featuring the unmistakable vocals of a certain well known pop diva. It all ends smoothly with the soulful and emotive deep house of "Memories Of The Old World" that is the soundtrack to a perfect comedown.
LT 055
30 Nov 18
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Untitled 1 - (3:51) 116 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Untitled 2 - (4:36) 80 BPM
Untitled 3 - (4:46) 122 BPM
Untitled 4 - (4:15) 129 BPM
Untitled 5 - (4:54) 140 BPM
Untitled 6 - (2:19) 139 BPM
23 Nov 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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To Think I Hesitated - (6:00) 131 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Frontier - (7:47) 126 BPM
Nowwhat - (6:19) 127 BPM
It's Over - (6:04) 88 BPM
Review: For his debut release on Lobster Theremin, ASOK aka Stu Robinson goes deep. The title track features rolling break beats, layered textures and a smokey vocal sample. "Frontier" is based on a similar approach, although this time the rickety 808s underpin a melancholic feeling and a brooding, dark bass that works its way through the arrangement. "Nowwhat" sees a flurry of dense, rhythmic activity, with Robinson dropping wired tonal sequences and eerie chords, while he closes out this atmospheric, moody release with "It's Over". Featuring the same type of vocals as the title track, it unravels over tight electro drums and woozy filters
09 Nov 18
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In The Cemetery - (5:53) 131 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Slaying The Dictator - (5:24) 125 BPM
There Is Hope - (5:42) 127 BPM
Bombing For Peace - (6:49) 129 BPM
Review: Andrew Red Hand has been described as eastern Europe's version of Underground Resistance, and based on this release it's hard not to see some similarities. That said, Revolution '89 starts with the decidedly European-focused moody electro of "In The Cemetery", while on "Slaying the Dictator", he ventures into a more brooding, 4/4 techno approach which is informed as much by ebm and horror disco as techno. On "There is Hope", the Romanian producer's love of Detroit techno comes back again thanks to the use of a predatory bass and sublime synths, while "Bombing for Peace" sees him deliver a Chicago-influenced banger that centres on frenetic snares and mad acid lines.
09 Nov 18
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