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That's What Friends Are For - (5:38) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
That's What Friends Are For (dub) - (6:09) 123 BPM
In The Sticks - (5:27) 117 BPM
In The Sticks (No Kicks) - (4:38) 117 BPM
Review: Manchester's Kevin Gorman really found his sound with the Adesse Versions project, mixing the dark and techy sensibilities of his old Mikrowave imprint with his love of house music to stunning effect. "That's What Friends Are For" is testament to this, featuring seductive vocals used sparingly backed by dark strings and a razor sharp bassline that'll set any dancefloor on fire. The dub version up next is quite handy for those of you not keen on the vox. "In The Sticks" injects some latin flair with layer upon layer of rich and exotic percussion not limited to steel drums and congas with some rich synth tapestries to boot. The kind of track you could imagine Derrick May or Laurent Garnier playing mid set; it's a sweet one.
25 Mar 16
Deep House
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Raw - (4:28) 66 BPM
17 Nov 20
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Super Boo - (6:55) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Hi, How Are You - (7:12) 120 BPM
10,000 Suns - (7:36) 120 BPM
Power Flower - (5:29) 124 BPM
Review: Bryan Kessler has already released on labels like Get Physical, but this outing for Numbers really sees him prove his worth as a techno producer. The emphasis here is on grimy warehouse techno; it starts with the woozy chords and insistent stabs of "Super Boo" before heading into a scuzzy direction on "Hi How Are You", where dollops of dirty bass and some crowd whoops prevail. Air raid sirens, train shrieks and tough drums come together to create a killer title track and it's only on the final track "Power Flower'' - where Kessler rattles snares over a toy-town synth - that some sense of melody appears.
02 Sep 16
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Lean In - (3:32) 64 BPM
15 Aug 19
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Rn Atm Icymi - (1:59) 124 BPM
Lean In - (3:32) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Honey Moon - (3:07) 132 BPM
Leavin' Church Early - (1:20) 120 BPM
Believe I Can Do This - (4:34) 67 BPM
Getting Ridiculous - (3:47) 135 BPM
NYC - (3:28) 85 BPM
Just Like We Like It - (1:52) 157 BPM
Family By '22 - (2:37) 137 BPM
Cardio - (3:53) 131 BPM
Linking Book - (2:54) 87 BPM
Review: As ever with Numbers, we embrace a wide collection of sounds and influences in this latest full length album project they have unveiled from Complete Walkthru entitled 'Scrolls', featuring 11 saucy original creations. From the more contemporary rhythmic ideas of 'Believe I Can Do This' and 'Lean In' to the soundscape lead themes of 'Leavin' Church Early', this one is dripping in colourful delights, oozing class from start to finish. For us there are a few clear highlights, with the soulful harmonics of 'Cardio' being an immediate standout, alongside the rolling drums of 'Getting Ridiculous' and stunning synthy landscapes of 'Just Like We Like It'.
20 Sep 19
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Minger - (3:36) 164 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Yeah Yeah Yeah (Dun Know) - (5:10)
Review: "Minger": Ace title, naughty beats. All spiked out and fist-thrusting, it's charged with a surging sense of raw drama and driven by nifty, unpredictable drum dynamics with cool amen fills spluttering in and out of the mix. "Yeah Yeah Yeah (Dun Know)" provides a neat contrast; crisp, chilled and breathy, it's the soothing sexy yin to "Minger"'s raging ugly yang. A highly comprehensive release. But we'd expect nothing less from both Numbers and Danny Brown affiliate Darq E Freaker.
02 Jun 14
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Return - (3:43)
Des Niles - (4:13) Biggest-selling track on this release
YYVH - (4:03)
Life Code - (3:26)
Review: UK producer Deadboy will always be synonymous with Jackmaster's Numbers label, having inaugurated it back in 2010 with the one sided If U Want Me 12" back in 2010. It's fair to say Numbers rise since then has been stratospheric, and along the way they managed to coax more killer dancefloor material out of man like Deadboy on a roughly annual basis. The suitably titled Return offers a true display of Deadboy's production palette, with a title track that could feasibly suit a film soundtrack. "Des Niles" meanwhile is reminiscent of the 16bit club stylings of label mate Redinho, while there are further classic Deadboy hybrid dancefloor slayers in the form of "YHVH" and "Life Code".
28 Apr 14
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On Your Mind - (6:55) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Geek'd Up - (5:12) 125 BPM
Black Reign - (5:41) 132 BPM
Nova - (5:07) 109 BPM
06 Aug 13
Deep House
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Wish U Were Here - (8:17) Biggest-selling track on this release
Here 4 U - (5:28)
Ain't Gonna Lie - (6:44)
Review: Excellent release here from Deadboy on Glaswegian imprint Numbers, who returns to the imprint after dropping their first ever 12" in early 2010. The Brighton based producer serves up the epic "Wish U Were Here", which locks into a 4/4 pulse with euphoric Virgo-style synths and a deftly tweaked vocal snippet - solid end of night tackle right here! Up next you'll find "Here 4 U" and "Ain't Gonna Lie", with the former's rolling congas and snare patterns complemented by the latter's syrupy vocals, pinball percussion and straight up garage rhythms. Serious heat once again from the Numbers crew.
26 Aug 11
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If U Want Me - (5:25) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
07 Apr 10
UK Garage
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Natural - (5:28) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Unnatural - (5:22) 134 BPM
Review: Numbers aren't giving much away about the identity of Deejay Deer - unless, of course, he is genuinely a forest-dwelling animal with a sideline in synth-laden late night house, as their amusing press release claims - but in many ways it doesn't really matter. Both tracks here are superb, with "Natural" offering a fizzing, melodious take on deep house with clear Floating Points, Tiger & Woods and Joy Orbison influences. There's also a touch of Caribou about virtual flipside "Unantural", whose fluid waves of synthesizer and exotic, almost psychedelic chords seductively crash over a wide-eyed, loose-limbed jazz groove. It's impressively produced, suggesting this is the work of a seasoned pro rather than a little-known newcomer.
13 Oct 14
Deep House
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It's Only Real - (6:53) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Played by: Black Loops
Review: It would be fair to say that both of Denis Sulta's EP singles on Dixon Avenue Basement Jams are "in-demand". It's likely that this first outing on Numbers - a single-track salvo - will go the same way. It's typically of his analogue-rich, retro-futurist sound, with starry, Detroit-influenced synth lines and intergalactic melodies riding a virtual wave of drum machine hits and skittish cymbals. It feels like an early '90s British experiment in fusing the best of house and techno, but that's no bad thing. It's certainly bristling with late night positivity.
04 Dec 15
Deep House
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2 B Free - (5:56) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
House-O-Matic - (4:10) 70 BPM
Freak Like Me - (3:38) 68 BPM
The 604 - (5:59) 70 BPM
Review: Given their previously proclaimed love of ghetto house and its' various similarly minded offshoots, its little surprise to find Glasgow's Numbers crew putting out a "greatest hits" EP from long-serving Chicago producer (and former Dance Mania regular) DJ Deeon. The four cuts that make up Deeon Doez Deeon are not necessarily meant to be his finest moments - though they are all killer - but instead represent the Numbers' crew's favourites. There's plenty to get excited about, from the organ craziness, bumpin' beats and classic disco vocals of "2 Be Free" and blistering "House-O-Matic", to the classic, cut-up vocals and stuttering, ghetto rhythms of "Freak Like Me" (first released way back in 1996).
25 Mar 15
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Treptow - (6:24) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Paname (piano vers) - (8:46) 120 BPM
Review: Always adept at delivering hooky, attention-grabbing house music for all manner of crowds, Doc Daneeka is at once more for Numbers, with the piano-led charge of "Treptow" marking a particularly direct approach for the producer. Using a one-chord stab throughout, Daneeka clearly knows a thing or two about making the most out of a few core elements in this finely balanced deep house tryst. "Paname (Piano Version)" on the other hand has a more leftfield line in rasping percussion arranged into sharp lines of rhythm, while the titular piano lingers more in the distance compared to the lead tune.
09 Jun 14
Deep House
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Walk On In (feat Ratcatcher) - (7:46) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Trife (Part II) - (6:51) 123 BPM
Review: As Mial Watkins continues to fortify his reputation as a force to be reckoned with on the frontier of modern British house music, so Numbers get in on the action with this solid pair of club rockers. The chances are you've heard "Walk On In" sending a dancefloor into rapture with its classic soul sister vocal hook over a slinky, detailed groove, as Watkins drafts in emerging producer Ratcatcher to chip in on the production duties. "Trife (Part II)" takes a more duplicitous stance with its mixture of house structure and low-end toms creating a measured but deadly hybrid banger served with lashings of heady synths.
04 Nov 13
Deep House
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Thoughts (feat Mar G) - (6:02) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Fries Friends - (4:42) 132 BPM
Illusory Dreams - (5:08) 130 BPM
Lazy - (3:42) 107 BPM
Played by: Jimpster, Alkalino
24 Mar 17
Deep House
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Number 1 - (4:41) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Number 2 - (18:56) 125 BPM
20 Mar 15
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Red Mask - (4:25) Biggest-selling track on this release
Ovale - (5:20)
03 Dec 11
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Etnik - (3:27) 108 BPM
Night Ride - (5:34) 66 BPM
Black Sea - (3:26) 154 BPM
Nirvana - (4:56) 92 BPM
Birds - (3:36) 102 BPM
One Zero - (4:10) 128 BPM
Hadi Gel Artik - (4:29) 149 BPM
Huzur - (4:11) 53 BPM
Gece Inerken - (6:24) 124 BPM
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22 Nov 11
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Meltdown - (4:12) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Overdose - (4:33) 130 BPM
Chelt - (4:24) 128 BPM
Played by: Dev79
Review: Ill Blu's debut for Numbers kicks off with the much talked about eponymous track of the EP. "Meltdown" acts as the perfect entree, with a reverberating vocal sample and a similar synth/bassline sound to Redlight's tune "Stupid". It makes for a compelling listen with plenty of dancefloor driven panache and synth flourishes colouring it along the way. "Overdose", up next, is more comparable to the aforementioned "Bellion" than any of the rest, building from a sparse intro with echoing cooing and tripping, crispy beats, into a more bleepy, high pitched main tune, masterfully counteracted by throbbing low end b-line action and jungle style chirrups. "Chelt" brings the EP to a close, with a more tech-ed up approach, accelerating into the drop with a clamour of jingling SFX, rumbling atmospherics and quirky, bubbling synths. Dreamy rippling waves drive things forward, underpinned by a thunderous b-line, making this another late night party starter and one to add to the record box if UK funky is your thing.
14 Feb 11
UK Garage
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PClart - (4:18) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Tightly Closed - (5:18) 140 BPM
Baggage Handler (digital only track) - (5:06) 140 BPM
Played by: Ennio Styles, Tek One
17 May 10
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
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Spreo Superbus - (6:08)
Spreo Superbus (Actress Uraeus mix) - (5:03)
Spreo Superbus (Girl Unit remix) - (4:59) Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Ever committed to their position on the wild frontier of glossy party sounds, the first Numbers release of 2012 reveals a brand new production duo from London who go by the name of Kodiak. Kicking off on a jagged UK Funky rhythm, "Spreo Superbus" piles on the drama from the first bars as whipcrack snare delays and rushy synth pitch bends lead to the first of many drops. The production is immaculate, packing scores of detail into the framework, from ranging synths to a multitude of vocal snippets, off beat bass stabs and clattering yet precise percussion. Tempering those rambunctious attributes, Actress snakes in with his Uraeus remix and pares things down instantly with a low slung beat, spacious chords and vaporous hisses. It's not until the twilight of the track that a nasty bassline comes crawling in to ruffle the feathers of its sonic compatriots. Girl Unit isn't pulling any punches with his reworking, riding a smoother beat but keeping the delirious synth energy of the original intact before slamming down into an electro-fied freak-out full of edgy ripples of melody. While the remixes do well to give credit to the source, it's the original that really shines on this release for sheer flair and studio prowess, not to mention a deadly knack for creating hype out of pure digital freakery.
05 Mar 12
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Lighthouse - (7:16) 124 BPM
Gangsta - (6:42) 120 BPM
Malon - (5:50) 83 BPM
Pantalon - (4:21) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Here's something of a pleasant surprise: Studio Barnhus co-founder Kornel Kovacs turning up on Glasgow's masters of all things dancefloor-friendly, Numbers. While there's a little more of a garage swing to opener "Lighthouse" - think darting string samples, booming sub-bass and energetic deep house drums - the Swede doesn't seem to have wandered that far off-piste. So, we get some undeniably classy, jazz-flecked deep house (the rubbery and flexible "Gangsta"), a surging, saucer-eyed dose of piano revivalism ("Malon", featuring Marcus Price, and some suitably jumpy drums), and, best of all, the late '80s Paradise Garage Latin house brilliance of "Pantalon". Stellar stuff, all told.
22 Jun 15
Deep House
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Corra Linn - (5:08) 90 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Moo Orphaned Drift - (4:44) 98 BPM
Ferthenheap - (3:01) 67 BPM
Review: Having risen to prominence with a string of releases on the Whities imprint, Lanark Artefax aka Calum MacRae now spreads his wings with a releae on Numbers. "Cora Linn" is a wild mixture of Venetian Snares-style percussive intensity underpinned by a throbbing, powerful bass and cinematic synths. On "Moo Orphaned Drift", MacRae deploys similarly noisy percussive elements, but this time he uses them as a basis for mournful melodies and tempo shifting rhythms that are redolent of his previous, Aphex Twin-influenced records. Rounding off yet another highly distinctive Lanark Artefax record, is the spooky piano soundtrack and twisted vocal samples of "Ferthenheap".
24 Oct 19
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3D Action Jackson - (4:00) 120 BPM
Exotic Jesus - (3:12) 154 BPM
Fuzzy Ankles - (2:49) 127 BPM
Where You Been 7 5 - (3:55)
Trapperkeeper - (3:54) 155 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Where You Been 7 0 - (3:34) 140 BPM
Out The Club (digital only) - (2:52) 136 BPM
22 Mar 10
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Acidronix - (4:13) 124 BPM
Acid Prastix - (8:00) 130 BPM
B-L 132 Acid - (6:41) 132 BPM
Acidattak - (6:21) 136 BPM
Ostia Girl - (2:19) 124 BPM
Grn-HF - (7:10) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Acidspix - (7:39) 128 BPM
Bass Bam - (7:12) 120 BPM
Game Of Three Synth - (5:45) 128 BPM
Sq11 - (7:44) 128 BPM
Deep Acoustic - (7:53) 128 BPM
Acid-CLX22 - (6:58) 124 BPM
Suoneria - (4:43) 128 BPM
Mg-comp-strngd - (8:40) 128 BPM
Ghill - (4:43) 132 BPM
Bobby Remix - (3:59) 128 BPM
Acix9999 - (8:02) 128 BPM
Mixalo - (3:56) 128 BPM
Remixalo - (3:15) 140 BPM
Played by: Fear-E
23 Jun 17
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Done Me Wrong - (5:29) 129 BPM
Bax - (5:33) 134 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: The latest release from the Glaswegian imprint adds a further sheen of excellence in a year where Numbers has really knuckled down and concentrated on a schedule of multi faceted releases. Such has been the demand for Mosca's debut on the Numbers imprint, the London based producer cheekily took to touting advance DJ copies of Do Me Wrong via Facebook. Both tracks here are fully poised for the floor, priming a throwback Bassline / UK G swing dipped in a nowness from Mosca that's been evident on drops for Night Slugs and Fat City. Unusually, it's the B Side that's garnered the most attention, which is odd as "Done Me Wrong" is excellent, reigning in vintage female hollerations over clipping rhythms, swamping basslines and parping synths that pay homage to the classic "RIP Groove". Flipside, the more celebrated "Bax" is a dual assault on your senses, murky sub bass jabbing at your ribs, whilst the sweet cooing vocals whisper sweet nothings in your ears. All this is underpinned by a skipping mid 90s flex heavy on the neon stabs that has warehouse jam written all over it.
19 Sep 11
UK Garage
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Different Lekstrix - (5:03) Biggest-selling track on this release
Different Lekstrix (L-Vis 1990 remix) - (6:23)
Review: Numbers drop Mr Mageeka's latest offering, the wonderfully and weirdly unique, "Different Lekstrix." Sounding like a blend of early Warp style bleeps and a 21st century UK house production, this track is a loopy, untamed affair. It joins the dots between UK funky and a kind of London-centric house sound with intensely hypnotic jacking rhythms. Backed with a L-Vis 1990 remix, the original is taken to the next level, pushing to the point where it almost blows its own top.
07 Jun 10
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Rodent Tribe - (2:48) 157 BPM
October Horse - (3:43) 150 BPM
Dog Violet - (2:20) 134 BPM
Mossy Cyphol - (2:42) 114 BPM
Subarctic Baltasound - (3:03) 136 BPM
Sloven Voe - (1:57) 66 BPM
Gloup - (3:39) 104 BPM
Rusk Holm - (2:59) 133 BPM
Eilean Glas - (2:19) 122 BPM
Salt - (2:27) 142 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
09 Nov 18
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Existence - (40:18) 150 BPM
Preservation - (8:09)
Percolation - (3:37) 158 BPM
Odysseys - (4:14)
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08 Dec 09
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Wonky Wonky Wonky - (6:26) 117 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Quarto - (7:14) 120 BPM
Tribalonios - (5:20) 120 BPM
Review: Long before he began work on the collaborative Tiger & Woods project, Marco Passarani was much loved for his solo productions, which effortlessly joined the dots between techno, electro, Italo-disco and synth-funk. Analog Fingerprints, his first solo single since 2011, is a thrilling blast from the past. Those who dug his earlier productions on Nature will love the thrilling alien synthesizer motifs, sweaty drums and throbbing acid flashes of "Quarto" - think vintage R&S Records stompers fused with wild electronic disco abandon - while "Tribalonios" feels like a long-lost new beat slammer pitched up to suit house clubs. For those who fancy a cheery chunk of synthesizer-heavy dancefloor bliss, opener "Wonky Wonky Wonky" should more than tick those boxes.
31 Mar 17
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Equality Now - (6:13) 130 BPM
Breaking Pattern - (5:46) 127 BPM
Rules Ropes & Strings - (4:48) 145 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
06 Dec 16
Deep House
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Stutter - (4:11) 73 BPM
17 Jan 20
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Sky Host - (2:31) 109 BPM
Rounded - (5:43) 138 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
What Otters - (5:00) 65 BPM
Grace - (5:08) 128 BPM
Songbirds - (6:51) 144 BPM
Polly - (3:07) 86 BPM
Water Memory - (3:48) 60 BPM
Played by: Mr Brainz, Fold
Review: We were very excited to get involved with this one as Numbers bring together this top draw seven track masterclass from Perko, showcasing just how versatile he can be as a producer. We explore the weird and wonderful throughout, with tracks such as a 'Water Memory', 'Polly' and 'Grace' giving us epicly soundscaped backdrops, whilst 'Rounded' and 'What Otters' provide us with a more rhythmic base, still being packed full of harmonic energy. The subtle 4x4
drum beats of 'Songbirds' then gives us a very unique sense of urgency, with the creamy arpeggiators of 'Sky Host' soothing us over. Very creative stuff indeed!
30 Nov 18
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Intro - (0:35) 72 BPM
Stutter - (4:11) 73 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Grounds (feat Lia) - (1:58) 73 BPM
Luna - (1:36) 107 BPM
The Reason - (4:16) 83 BPM
Pippin (version) - (4:01) 78 BPM
Pippin - (3:52) 76 BPM
Outro - (1:04) 105 BPM
07 Feb 20
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Mystery Girl (Set Me Free) - (4:39) 124 BPM
Mystery Girl (Set Me Free) (feat Seiji Bassrub) - (4:24) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: This release sees Jackmaster's always on-point Numbers label with their first reissue, and they've pulled off something quite special with this reissue of Pierre's Pfantasy Club's seminal "Mystery Girl (Set Me Free)". It's a full on piece of vintage analogue 303 jack, characterised by its synthesised slap bass and catchy-as-hell vocal. Considering this is vintage acid house, the 303 line is actually quite restrained, only drifting in briefly, but is made no less furious by the cut up vocals that see the track out. Up next, Numbers employ veteran UK producer Seiji to provide a "Bassrub" of the track. It's actually incredibly sensitive to the original, letting it do its own thing for the most part, forgoing his usual funky tempos, but cutting the vocals up further and adding some devastating subs that will blow out bass-bins everywhere.
20 Aug 11
Funky/Club House
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Real Talk - (4:55) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Lime Pie - (5:25) 130 BPM
Stalker - (4:21) 125 BPM
Review: Glaswegian imprint Numbers maintain the release pressure that's built up a head of dizzying steam in 2011 with their 20th drop being a label debut from Randomer. The Norf Londoner's musical path began with jungle and that's more than apparent on the title track "Real Talk" which will get a certain SoYoer called Blawan worried about his status as the best drum programmer in town. It's the sort of disjointed, thumping house track that provides immediate gratification, especially when the sub destroying bass purge comes through. "Lime Pie" is equally thrilling, gradually aligning into a ruffed up 303 flex and concrete thick drums, whilst "Stalker" throws pots and pans into the rhythmic equation with neck snapping results. Possibly our favourite NMBRS drop to date.
28 Nov 11
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Stinger - (2:24) 129 BPM
Jacuzzi - (3:00) 92 BPM
Playing With Fire - (4:16) 72 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Dive - (1:59) 126 BPM
Searching - (3:06) 129 BPM
Shem - (4:31) 109 BPM
Bubbles - (1:25) 125 BPM
Sharp Shooter - (3:24) 115 BPM
Making Up The Rules - (4:03) 81 BPM
With Or Without You - (2:53) 97 BPM
Get You Off My Mind - (4:32) 100 BPM
Suction Skit - (0:16) 76 BPM
Going Nowhere - (3:38) 105 BPM
Say I Want You - (2:12) 120 BPM
Stay Together - (4:43) 87 BPM
Review: Whereas Redinho's early work was marked by an ability to work quickly while fusing grime, hip-hop, dubstep and wonk-hop influences, this debut album - some three years in the making - is a much more vibrant, considered and kaleidoscopic affair. Using the distinctive, Rustie-influenced pulse of Glaswegian beat science as his canvas, Redinho paints colourful aural images that doff an oversized snapback to '80s boogie, early electro and intergalactic electronica. That means vivid synthesizers, skittering rhythms, blissful melodies and lashings of unmistakeable talkbox vocals. The results are surprisingly soulful and always enticing, making Redinho a particularly assured and impressive full-length debut.
23 Sep 14
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Edge Off - (3:16) Biggest-selling track on this release
Edge Off (instrumental) - (3:16)
Slap - (3:39)
Power Look - (3:35)
Whips - (3:45)
25 Jul 11
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Boy Racer - (1:36) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Lightning Strikes - (2:33)
Bare Blips - (2:22) 155 BPM
Pitter Patter - (3:07) 148 BPM
Banger - (2:37) 152 BPM
Nuff Prang - (2:54) 124 BPM
Mo Brap - (2:02) 129 BPM
Bare Blips (bonus beats) - (0:52)
Played by: Tom Central
26 Jul 10
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Myth - (5:55) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Long Range - (5:36) 127 BPM
04 Oct 10
UK Garage
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Slasherr - (3:38) 146 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Triadzz - (3:29) 145 BPM
Played by: Big Dope P
04 Dec 14
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
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CRx Aureal - (4:05) 154 BPM
28 Aug 19
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Intriguing (In The End - feat Mhysa) - (2:46) 78 BPM
Blaze (feat Justin K Broadrick) - (4:46) 97 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Elevation - (3:04) 76 BPM
Rayleigh Scattering - (4:03) 68 BPM
The Foolishness Of Human Endeavour - (3:52) 69 BPM
CRx Aureal - (4:05) 77 BPM
Blasting Super Melt - (4:14) 75 BPM
Unflinching - (3:59) 77 BPM
Moby Dick (feat Drew McDowall & Rabit) - (4:56) 61 BPM
08 Nov 19
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I'm Sorry - (4:21) Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Post dubstep vibes on this constantly shifting and mesmerising track from Canadian production unit Sibian & Faun, making their debut for the Glasgow based Numbers label. "I'm Sorry" employs soulful, R&B influenced cut up vocals and twisted up synths to give this a late night feel. Meanwhile the mammoth bass frequencies and glitchtastic beats are guaranteed to achieve maximum impact through your bassbins. Melodic yet brooding mastery from this promising duo, this is futuristic dance music at its finest.
05 Dec 11
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Theme From Slackk - (5:25) 129 BPM
Theme From Dub - (5:25) 129 BPM
Fire Flies - (5:37) 131 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Played by: DJ SOULJA-MAN
06 Dec 10
Electro House
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BIPP - (3:00) 83 BPM
ELLE - (3:44) 60 BPM
LEMONADE - (1:58) 72 BPM
HARD - (2:54) 84 BPM
MSMSMSM - (3:35) 67 BPM
VYZEE - (3:22) 65 BPM
L.O.V.E. - (3:38) 72 BPM
27 Nov 15
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MSMSMSM - (3:35) 134 BPM
01 Oct 15
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BIPP - (3:44) 83 BPM
27 Nov 15
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16 Oct 15
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