Limit Of Paradise - (5:11) 132 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Snake Charmer - (6:24) 140 BPM
   
Gone Too Soon - (5:56) 140 BPM
   
Zero Fifteen - (6:18) 132 BPM
Played by: Johnnypluse, Star Eyes
SNKR 008
25 Nov 16
Bass
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Gone Too Soon (Sully remix) - (6:30) 55 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Limit Of Paradise (FaltyDL remix) - (5:31) 132 BPM
Played by: Johnnypluse
SNKR 014
13 Jul 18
Drum And Bass
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Life In A Laser - (5:20) 131 BPM
   
Ignite - (6:21) 123 BPM
   
I Think We'll Let the Gas Sort This One Out - (6:05) 127 BPM
   
NCI - (7:42) 94 BPM
   
Manta Key - (5:49) 130 BPM
   
Flows From Within - (8:00) 128 BPM
   
Chrome Mist - (7:52) 142 BPM
   
Astral Light - (8:42) 83 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Pyramirror - (7:03) 128 BPM
Review: Appleblim, one of the figures who we can associate with the birth and rise of dubstep, has been releasing since 2005. That's now 13 years of experimenting with bass and dance equations. However, Life In A Laser is his debut album, having only ever released singles or remixes up until. His big release comes via Sneaker Social Club, and it takes his sound somewhere it hadn't been before - the doorways of Berlin. That is not meant to imply that this is straight-up techno - not at all! It's the style and aesthetics used by Appleblim which give a much more polished and rounded approach to the way he makes music now. These 9 tracks are, in one way or another, dance-oriented, but there is a story to tell and a clear thread running throughout. One thing is always evident, however, and that's his extensive use of percussion and quality production work, championed from the infamous hardcore dynasty. LUSH.
SNKRLP 002
11 May 18
Bass
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New Style - (4:38) 125 BPM
   
Too Nuff - (3:26) 93 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
London Warehouse - (3:20) 135 BPM
   
Ready Again - (5:34) 115 BPM
SNKR 017
15 Mar 19
Bass
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Free My Mind - (6:50) 62 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Oh 2 B In Love - (7:06) 125 BPM
   
Where I Keep My Heat - (5:33) 105 BPM
SNKR 005
13 Apr 15
Bass
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Dead Man's Chest/Sonic - "Pum Flex" - (6:53) 145 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Dead Man's Chest & Response - "We All Go A Little Mad Sometimes" - (7:06) 150 BPM
   
Dead Man's Chest & Coco Bryce - "The Dead Will Dance" - (6:23) 150 BPM
   
Dead Man's Chest - "Exorcisms" - (5:36) 145 BPM
Review: Now it is time to into the nostalgic and unexpected as we welcome back Sneaker Social Club to unveil their brand new four track project, in which Dead Man's Chest takes the lead alongside a host of names with fantastic results. The first track we touch on is entitled 'We All Go a Little Mad Sometimes' alongside Response and is a truly hypnotic experience, working together beeping tones with breakbeats and circular melodies. Next, Coco Bryce gets involved with the more bubbly breaksy sounds of 'The Dead Will Dance' before Dead Man's Chest steps out on solo duty for 'Exorcisms'. We finish up this one with a dive into 'Pum Flex', an almost juke inspired drum creation alongside Sonic, stacked with rhythmic energy from start to finish.
SNKR 018
19 Apr 19
Drum And Bass
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Clownery - (5:03) 133 BPM
   
Don't Follow Us - (6:24) 130 BPM
   
The Return Of The Gorgons - (5:53) 65 BPM
   
Serena - (4:07) 133 BPM
Review: It's funny, the Sneaker Social Club always seem to be able to find a way to deliver something fresh, exciting and new in their releases, with this brand new box from Dogpatrol being no exception to that rule. We kick off with the laid back garage flavours and subtle sub expanses of 'Clownery', before moving swiftly into the unpredictable shuffles and wonky synthesizer tones of 'Don't Follow Us'. Following this, the EP takes a funky turn, as the lively percussive shuffles and rhythmic expanses of 'The Return Of The Gorgons' ride into view, before the authentic drumlines and cowbell goodness of 'Serena' put the cherry on the cake. Excellent work!
SNKRX 04
06 Dec 19
Bass
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Told You - (6:13) 131 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Long Time - (4:22) 126 BPM
   
Sensa - (4:56) 126 BPM
   
Untitled Dream - (5:07) 135 BPM
Review: The Sneaker Social Club imprint seemingly have a knack for unearthing real gems, as we can see here with the tasty tonality from Dream Cycle, who arrives with a dash of flavour across four wicked originals. We kick off with the super skippy sunshine delights of 'Told You' before everything takes a more laid back twist on the warm, fuzzy designs of 'Long Time', which lays doused in gorgeous piano melodies. Next, the bubbly percussive thwacks and affected vocal slaps of 'Sensa' arrive on the scene before 'Untitled Dream' finishes us up with some incredible soundscape action.
SNKR 022
18 Oct 19
UK Garage
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Dream '93 - (6:24) 125 BPM
   
Start Like It's Hot - (6:45) 121 BPM
   
S.O.U.R. - (6:22) 124 BPM
   
Paradise State - (6:51) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Absolutely (Them & Us mix) - (3:42) 156 BPM
Review: Jamie Russell's Sneaker Social Club is one of those labels that just don't give a damn. We love them for that. Across its catalogue, you'll find an array of releases spanning from Bass Clef to Neil Landstrumm, and all sorts of continuous newcomers, such as this latest EP from the unknown Dream Cycle. It ain't really house and it ain't really tech, but somewhere in between, peppered and smoked with just the right amount of UK bass sensitivity. To give you a taster, "Dream 93" is a resurrection of the jungle and breakcore movement, stripped-back and repurposed for the 2017 mentality, while "Start Like It's Hot" takes some lessons from peeps like Leo Anibaldi - pure deep house magic! "Paradise State" is another magnetic jungle reinterpretation, and Them & Us' remix of "Absolutely" floats the waves drone and ambient with a touch of class rarely heard these days. Most importantly, Dream Cycle seems to be all about movement and progression. Two winning tactics.

SNKR 011
08 Dec 17
Deep House
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Influence - (7:26) 126 BPM
   
Afters (3am mix) - (6:20) 62 BPM
   
DCYX 5 - (6:40) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Following on from his debut form last year, Dream Cycle returns to Sneaker Social Club with three supplementary doses of bass-centric tech-stomping. Thanks to strong elements of dub techno, Chicago house and UK dubstep, Dream Cycle has crafted his own sound, his own way, and he now belongs to the realm of what we like to call 'legends'. The opening "Influence" is a weighty, rolling slice of broken beat, minus the jazz, while "Afters (3am mix)" takes a look at UK garage for inspiration, and "DCYX 5" rolls on through with a badness and intent that we always saw in peeps like Derrick Carter or Glenn Underground. BAAAD!
SNKR 013
18 May 18
Bass
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Lost Orbit - (2:53) 126 BPM
   
Out There - (5:10) 160 BPM
   
The Siren - (5:27) 63 BPM
   
Groove Control - (5:17) 160 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Snell's Law - (4:02) 136 BPM
   
Hope For The Worst - (4:02) 160 BPM
   
Black Rainbow - (4:42) 160 BPM
   
Swirls & Spirals - (4:18) 95 BPM
   
Ice Climbers In Flat Land - (1:11) 128 BPM
   
Shine On (Zero Gravity mix) - (2:13) 140 BPM
   
Fluid - (4:47) 126 BPM
   
Outsider (feat Farrah) - (7:24) 136 BPM
Review: A debut album from Etch on Sneaker Social Club isn't something to be sniffed at. The producer has proven time and time again he can make some of the most creative breaks music around, this time his skills being shown off in a nasty 12-track format. The diversity on this release is just mad, from the soulful sampling yet gully undercuts of 'Groove Control' to the penetratingly deep ambience of 'Outsider' featuring Farrah. This is dance music diversity at its finest and Etch is the purveyor. Don't miss 'Snell's Law', where bass notes underpin crisp drums that constantly switch and keep you on toes, as well as 'Swirls and Spirals', a hip-hop leaning number that bring some gawpingly good funk influences into the mix. All twelve are interesting including some wicked interludes, so be sure to grab this one.
SNKRLP 003
12 Oct 18
Bass
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Untitled Hardcore #1 - (3:55) 136 BPM
   
Untitled Hardcore #2 - (4:02) 126 BPM
   
Untitled Hardcore #3 - (7:25) 136 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Untitled Hardcore #4 - (4:26) 136 BPM
SNKR 007
03 Jun 16
Bass
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Chemotaxis - (5:04) 136 BPM
   
What Lies Beyond - (5:13) 136 BPM
   
Green Park - (6:03) 136 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Prismatic (Etch Revision) - (5:28) 160 BPM
Review: Etch gets chemical on this epic return to Sneaker Social Club with four unique broken grooves; "Chemotaxis" rolls with Zed Bias-style breaks before switching into a hazy steppy halftime arrangement, "What Lies Beyond" is a love letter to Reinforced at 130 BPM, "Green Park" slides and glides with a warm warped funk before mutating into a savage rave stepper, before "Prismatic" slides down the shutters on a dreamy jazz breaks finale. Reactions guaranteed.
SNKR 012
08 Sep 17
Bass
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Don't Wanna Know - (3:04) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Predator Vs. Prey (Toxin) - (4:10) 118 BPM
   
Photosynthesis (feat Tranq Sinatra) - (3:18) 140 BPM
Review: Now here we are greeted by two artists who really refuse to be placed into brackets as Brighton's ETCH teams up with the fascinating vocal displays of Nico Lindsay for three tracks of pure fire. We kick off with the carnival inspired drum rolls and poetic lyrical designs of 'Don't Wanna Know', followed by a dive into 'Predator Vs. Prey (Toxin)', a slowly bubbling exploration into bass tones and crunchy reverberations. Finally, we take a look at 'Photosynthesis', a more grime-inspired creation which features 'Tranq Sinatra', showcasing just how creative things can get when you work truly outside the box. Awesome stuff.
SNKR 020
14 Jun 19
Bass
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Don't Get Strange - (5:58) 140 BPM
   
The Wiz - (5:55) 138 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: It's time to get groovy as the Sneaker Social Club invite Hornsey Hardcore into the blend for a storming two track pairing, If you are looking for a real hardcore taste testing, looking no further than the title track 'Don't Get Strange', which combines unpredictable organ riffs with glitchy electric chord patterns for a real nostalgic effect. On the flip, we unveil the mega gritty movements of 'The Wiz', which uses clean breakbeat drums as its lead source of energy. Both of these ones are perfect for sending the ravers into another dimension.
SNKR 016
30 Nov 18
Breakbeat
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Stranger - (6:30) 134 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
TP - (5:40) 121 BPM
Review: Right about now we are witnessing the return of the legends, as the immortal production outfit of Horsepower Productions return to us via the Sneaker Social Club for a very weighty two-track come back EP, laced with breaksy influences from start to finish. We kick off with a look at the track named 'Stranger', a super moody roller backed with old school flavour, from the rough cut drum slices to the moogy bass patterns that stay lurking below. On the flip side we are given a wash of more hardcore inspired breakbeat drumwork, with shimmering vocal layers dancing in the frequencies above, and gnarly sub structures encircling below. Amazing stuff, and who would've guessed otherwise?
SNKR 021
02 Aug 19
Bass
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Give - (5:05) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Unfair - (4:48) 116 BPM
   
Tension - (5:30) 130 BPM
   
Sleepwalker - (5:43) 130 BPM
Review: As ever, we were super excited to dive into this latest helping from the Sneaker Social Club, who have championed the breaks sound to the maximum across this latest offering from Interplanetary Criminal. We kick off with the subtle drum slices and potent sub explosions of 'Tension', followed by the super original 4x4 breaks hybrid sound that is featured within the title track 'Sleepwalker'. Next, the pace slows dramatically as we enter the fluctuations and grizzly bass tones of 'Unfair', before the EP is finished up with a listen to the super clean 'Give', packed with weighty underlying sub flavours and incredibly well processed drum samples.
SNKR 019
19 Jul 19
Bass
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Street Level (original mix) - (3:36) 96 BPM
   
Signal To Noise (Ratio) - (4:10) 145 BPM
   
Signal To Noise (original mix) - (4:18) 88 BPM
   
Low End Activism (original mix) - (5:41) 137 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Neighbourhood Nationalism (original mix) - (3:33) 138 BPM
   
Muzikon 90 (original mix) - (2:37) 153 BPM
Review: UK label Sneaker Social Club - still reeling in 2019 from releases by Horsepower Productions, Basic Rhythm and Soundbwoy Killah (to name a few) - introduces Low End Activist to its roster. Source material for the record is said to come from a VHS recording of Muzikon Sound System documentation made in Blackbird Leys estate in Oxford in 1988, with the record drawing heavily on soundsystem culture and in particular its social function in the Afro-Caribbean communities. Futuristic drums and subtle bleep generation references can also be found in amongst the distorted boom and dub of a retro-active yet wholly futuristic and contemporary approach to bass music.
SNKR 023
22 Nov 19
Bass
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Lyn Track - (5:20) 145 BPM
   
Filas & Undercuts - (5:12) 145 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
World Warrior - (4:57) 145 BPM
   
Polite Violence - (4:21) 150 BPM
SNKR 006
14 Aug 15
Bass
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Escape Velocity - (6:01) 127 BPM
   
Pang - (3:11) 83 BPM
   
Tom Loves To Rave - (2:56) 133 BPM
   
Wanna Hold U - (5:58) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Under The Influence - (5:33) 140 BPM
   
Heartbeats - (5:44) 53 BPM
   
Loiner Dub - (4:04) 140 BPM
   
Halcyon Daze - (1:48) 145 BPM
   
Yours (Break mix) - (7:04) 140 BPM
   
All Night Long - (5:22) 159 BPM
Review: As ever, when we see a new Sneaker Social Club project land on our shelves, we were super excited to take a trip into the unknown and unexplored, as Soundbwoy Killah touches down for his feature length album 'Halycon Daze'. The album is an excellent showcase of vibrant drum designs and rhythmic exploration, as we hear most potently on the lively percussive curls of 'Under The Influence', along with the more subtle sub pushes of 'Pang'. For us, the stand outs have to include the super crunchy UKG flavours of 'Wanna Hold U', along with stunning percussive expanses of 'Loiner Dub'.
SNKRLP 004
23 Aug 19
Bass
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Yours - (7:48) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Come My Selector - (4:53) 130 BPM
   
Abra Cadabra - (6:26) 126 BPM
   
Turn Off The Lights - (5:14) 129 BPM
Review: Soundbwoy Killah excels with this release and making the older amongst remember old-school raves, and the younger wish you could've been there. 'Yours' glides into the start of the release with bass shakes and soulful vocal samples, before a refreshing bout of 2-step tumbles out of the swirl and cuts in with a naughty, diving sine bass. 'Come My Selector' takes you back to 2005, in a good way - one for the rude boys and the ravers. 'Abra Cadabra' is packed with eclectic percussion, bumping you along before taking a dive down into the deep, the dark and the dirty, blackish atmospherics providing the backdrop for a non-stop sink into the bass below. You might recognise the sample in 'Turn Off The Lights' from Mak & Pasteman's 'Oh Baby', but this is a different beast altogether. More punchy kick drums and tight, spinny back ends evoke even clearer notions of the rave. Top stuff.
SNKR 015
12 Oct 18
UK Garage
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Shadower - (5:03) 127 BPM
   
Sanctum - (5:39) 132 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
SNKR 001
19 Sep 11
Bass
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West Norwood Cassette Library - "(Everytime You Touch Me) I Get Hype" - (5:15) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
West Norwood Cassette Library - "Theme To Street Knowledge" - (7:06) 67 BPM
   
The Brothers Grimm - "Exodus" (WNCL VIP) - (4:57) 130 BPM
   
West Norwood Cassette Library - "Feeling Too Big To Dance" - (5:37) 150 BPM
Review: Up next on Bristol's Sneaker Social Club is Up on Sneaker Social Club, West Norwood's finest...the one and only cassette librarian - keeping it hardcore! Following up great releases by legends 2 Bad Mice, Bass Clef and The Brothers Grimm. Starting off with the very Shut Up And Dance sounding tribute that is "Everytime You Touch Me (I Get Hype)" they then get stuck into the savage junglist roller "Theme To Street Knowledge". The aforementioned Brothers Grimm make an appearance with The Brothers Grimm appear with "Exodus (The Lion Awakes) - WNCL VIP". Closing out the EP is the back to '93 trip that is "Feeling Too Big To Dance". Retroverts rejoice!
SNKR 010
14 Jul 17
Bass
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Church - (6:09) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
October - (5:54) 130 BPM
   
Hollow - (4:55) 65 BPM
SNKR 003
29 Oct 12
Bass
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