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Boss
SWAMPLP 002D
25 Nov 13
Minimal/Tech House
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Eingang - (5:30) 114 BPM
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Ye - (7:03) 84 BPM
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Boss Skank - (6:57) 125 BPM
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We Are There (feat Roy Davis Jr) - (5:15) 125 BPM
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Tug - (5:20) 124 BPM
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Copper - (5:30) 85 BPM
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We're There (feat Chunky) - (5:17) 124 BPM
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Flamm (feat Chunky) - (5:01) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Tug (alt mix) - (5:02) 124 BPM
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Ooh - (5:51) 118 BPM
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Played by: Sideswipe
Threats EP
PMAWS 011D
27 Aug 17
Bass
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Pash - (5:35) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Imminent Threat - (3:05) 86 BPM
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Verudela Squad - (5:41) 129 BPM
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Review: Oh Lord, it's been a while but the one like Chunky is back on Loefah's mighty Swamp 81 with a trio of house-tinged bass bangers tailor-made for some festival lap-ups! "Pash" opens with a glitchy, minimal garage rhythm that clearly sits somewhere along the hardcore continuum...but we just can't say where, exactly. "Imminent Threat" has grime all up in its DNA, the majority of the tune made up from curb-side lyricism and some of that cracked beat-making that used to represent the whole Fruity Loops trend; "Verudela Squad" bleeps and hums like a Boddika tune except that Chunky has a little more funk to his production style, adding in killer vocal chops and even a little bit of a soulful sway to boot. Lush.
Michael
SWAMPLP 003
24 Jun 16
Ambient/Drone
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Interlude - (3:20) 60 BPM
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Why Would You - (4:03) 120 BPM
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Polyester - (6:00) 58 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Interlude 3 - (1:06) 115 BPM
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Cakes - (2:06) 91 BPM
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August - (3:35) 64 BPM
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Quite (Bonus Beats) - (2:00) 85 BPM
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Lately - (3:47) 81 BPM
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Interlude 2 - (1:50) 156 BPM
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Old Habits - (3:29) 124 BPM
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Less - (1:05) 157 BPM
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Review: Mickey Pearce is back on Swamp81 with this highly anticipated new LP, the selfishly named Michael. However, we know that this is for good reason, because big dog MP is simply trying to say that he has a sound of his own; it's not one which necessarily does anything revolutionary, but it's certainly an individualistic stance within the bass-house spectrum. Surprisingly - for a Swamp release, that is - there are plenty of beatless shreds of ambient here, an introspective collection of sounds that develop into the more concrete pseudo house sound that we've come to associate with Mickey Pearce. Tunes like "Polyester" are the ones for the floor, but there are other beat-led moments such as "Cakes" which contain enough movement to be considered dance, but that still maintain a firmly leftfield stance. Whatever your tastes, Pearce is here to satisfy your needs.
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