Guitar accessories. Studio accessories. GBP My Language. Wishlist Log in to view your wishlist. Items in wishlist:. Items in cart:. Play All. Items 1 to 50 of on page 1 of People also bought Originals 12". Aphrodite Recordings. This EP pulls together four of their best originals and each one brims with old school brilliance. There's an air of new age melody and heavily bliss to closer 'Deep In The Jungle' that leaves you feeling high.
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan. ANDY C. Slip 'N' Slide 12". Liftin Spirits. Neon Dust trifold 3xLP. Review: Etherwood re-confirms all the promise he has shown in recent years with this super new album on the legendary Hospital.
It is his fourth long-player in all and shows off his knack for rolling drums and majestic melody while serving up some sweet vocal collabs.
His own vocals also feature on tunes like the heartbroken Fall Awake, while legendary mic man DRS is in fine flow on 'The Current' where he muses on self-medication and more. Neon Dust is another complete album from one of the scene's finest. Fuck The Police 12" repress. Illegal Series. Played by: MimiJuno Recommends Electro. Who Knows Shy FX remix 7". Add to cart! Manifested Visions 12". This is a major moment right here and the music backs it up in every possible way. Last but not least 'Get Back Up' with Tha Lion brings everything back to the source as we close on a rootsical tip.
The full spectrum. Dodgy Acid Trax clear vinyl 12". Remix Edition grey marbled vinyl 12". Myor Massiv. JOHN B. Review: Ahead of a full compilation later in the year to mark the 25th anniversary of one of the most important labels in electronic music, we're treated to a series of special 12"s from it.
John B is the man behind this one and a newly remastered version Creep Out - Noisia - FabricLive.40 (CD) his 'Up All Night' is presented first up. It's a hardcore old school tune with tough metal stabs and thrilling basslines that duck and dive through the rave.
The Data 3 remix is broad, sweeping and just as direct but with a more spacious set of breaks powering you along. Ed Winslet Back To You - feat.
Make Me Feel - feat. Maria Nillius Sunday Morning 2. Britta Medeiros Now Or Never acoustic version - feat. Who Will Find Me acoustic version - feat. Ocean Drive acoustic version - feat. Lift Me Up acoustic version - feat. Turn Back Time acoustic version - feat. Beautiful Glimpse Of Heaven acoustic version - feat. Free acoustic version - feat. Back To You acoustic version - feat. Make Me Feel acoustic version - feat. Nadja Nooijen. Pit Baumgartner - Tales Of Trust. Tales Of Trust Cruise Waikiki Booboomca Noh Song Virgin Forest Turn The Page Blow Back On The A-Train Get Over It Rounded By A Dream Second Side Of The Record Ducksucker Walking Dead Higher Love Heavy Dream Rotation Sissi Watch Your Step Phantomgesicht Easy Goodbye.
Release the Kraken Twilight Bloom Distant Creatures Summerdreamer Tiger in the Sea Megaton Supernova Space Whale Migration Lovesparkles Secret Place Tomic - I Love that SBK - Happy Rainbow Gaudium - Set or Reset Paulina Cewe - Incipit Fitalic - Pan Pot Solar Fields - On A Wind Denis Alexander - The Perfect Date. VA - FabricLive 40 mixed by Noisia.
The Qemists - Stompbox Spor Remix Phace - Alive Dub The Upbeats - Anti Social Break - Splash Step Noisia - Diplodocus Dub Spor - Claret's March Noisia - Head Knot Dub Noisia - The Tide Icicle - Nowhere - Dub Jos luoksesi on tulossa vieraita tai vaikka ei edes olisi. Contact Noisia Remix. Dented Records. The Upbeats. Bad Taste. Noisia Kauppa. Viinaa Huumeita ja Vieraita naisia. It took more than a year to complete the project, the end product being a pop-oriented album influenced by reggae and drum and bass.
In Junethey released FabricLive. In summerNoisia produced Hadouken! Jeesus sanoo: Kun joku on. Lakkiaiset ja valmistujaiset, vieraita vapaana virtana. Vieraita talossa.
Mc Mane feat. Very big release! Dec 4, Diode EP out on Monday. Dec 9, It had huge crossover appeal! My debut EP. Only joking — LOL! I think perhaps our last release from Simoncinoit was a bit experimental in parts for some people, whereas other people loved it.
To be honest I think being a very dancefloor-focused label has meant tough times through lockdown. As an avid collector myself I suddenly realised how little I had my mind on buying that type of music until my first post lockdown gig a couple of weeks ago. Wow, I mean, I nearly shat my pants getting Larry Heard on remix duties.
He is a complete and utter legend of the highest order. Props to Simoncino for bringing it to the table! Any label that sticks to its guns, has a sound or feeling and although the music may be different it fits with their ethos.
This one is certainly one for the sweaty late night dancefloors. This one bangs hard! But I cant say much for now! What kind of music best sums up this coming-of-age melodrama and post-teen angst? On entry, we were met with the distinct feeling that this did not feel like Brockwell Park. This was a temporary Neverland, filled with forbidden indulgences that would disappear as quickly as they had materialised, like a phantom island for mullet-rockers.
Reigning in our excitement, we begun with a trip to the porta-loos, which this being a day festival were very clean. Five stars! Shortly afterwards, though, we embarked on a completely earnest quest for new music discovery.
None other than Brixton favourite The Windmill reigned supreme over the main stage. Our very first musical absorption, however, took place at So Young, where the up and coming Manchester three-piece Mandy, Indiana — formerly Gary, Indiana — kicked off the day with their brand of minimal punk and dubious vocalisations in French. Their ominous synthpunk had enough potential energy in it to keep us up and moving for the rest of the day. Later, we caught our personal favourites Pozi deliver a notably tight and energetic performance.
Ambling through the festival site led us to catch only brief glimpses of some acts. Lynks delivered a post name change dance-pop return, flanked on either side by his ambulatory pals and donning a full body, spiky-headed alien costume.
Flabbergasted, we continued to the remote Bad Vibrations stage, where long-haired Japanese psych outfit Kikagaku Moyo were neck deep in their time-signaturey prog freakouts. Besides actual music, the festival was replete with workshops, talks, and — not least — great food.
At midday, we stopped by for a Creep Out - Noisia - FabricLive.40 (CD) about gentrification in Brixton, then proceeded to devour a giant hot dog. The electronic and DJ corner was less prevalent than the indie selection, but still held its ground. Next to a small but flourescently lit forested area was The Gun, a temporarily erected bandstand occupied all day by DJs. Said selectors tended towards playlists filled with funky chug and Balearic, with Debonair leading the charge with almost overpowering, oscillatory bass the soundsystem was cranked.
Their day — or day one at least. As the summer of reuniting continues, Creep Out - Noisia - FabricLive.40 (CD) headed down to the inner-city edition of the Junction 2 Festival to check out some of the biggest names in dance music today. Junction 2 felt like the home for the weekend of some of the biggest names in techno and once again it was all done in a big, bold and beautiful fashion.
The real highlight of the day came from The Cavern stage, with its low ceilings and damp red brick pillars, felt as close to the dark dingy industrial basements which electronic music formed from. Afrodeutsche opened things up with her classic selection of Drexciyan delights and UK electro pulsations. Chatting to Eris before, it was only her second time in the UK since the pandemic and the excitement felt as real as it comes. Photography Credit — Kris Humphreys.
The Knife: Silent Shout Rabid. Rabid Records seem to think so. Abandoning their formerly bubbly sound, this album is for the less faint of heart. Vocals became menacing, arpeggiations haunting, production dark and stark. Dividing fans who sought the no-stress entertainment of their earlier work, it just as aptly wrangled at the pacifying nature of the TV and its place in society. And also the isolation—instead of running out from our houses to act, a lot of people stay at home instead.
I think a lot of the tracks are about a numb feeling. I mean, I hate a lot about this society. And I hate that the structures themselves try to do their best to make you numb and passive.
The oppressive power structures benefit even more when you stay home in front of the TV. A casual punter might think Calvin Harris or Sylvester were influences on it; it has maximalized electro house production, disco-ball arps and pop ready starkness.
They were using vocal effects, but were they layering them to full demonic effect? Their production was scratchy and abrasive, but was it chaotic enough? To The Knife, technology is like a mask for real feelings; whether that be represented — during this career highpoint — by the bird masks they wore onstage, or the vocal effects that masked their own voices, egolessly. Despite being based in London for a number of years now, Aaja are only just getting started.
Read on! We came up with the idea of Aaja aajamusic after a long journey driving an old silver transit from London to Berlin, then Berlin to Manchester. Myself and Patch listened to hours and hours of music. Either written by ourselves, our friends or established artists. Creep Out - Noisia - FabricLive.40 (CD) found ourselves as we always do, passionately talking about music and our love for raving.
Amongst Creep Out - Noisia - FabricLive.40 (CD) late night neon nights and Mexicana blurs in Berlin we discussed further our idea for the label.
We wanted the label to support our network of friends, ourselves, along with opening a gateway to some unsung heroes of ours. Not following too many fads or trends. The label was originally started in Januarywith our first release going out in March Our first release came in the form of a collaborative EP.
The tracks were a mix of deep, ceremonial journies best suited for those late nights and early mornings, along with deep in the rave moments, UK influenced percussion and sledging techno. The label was put on ice in Septemberwhile we were obsessed about opening Aaja as a physical space, encompassing a radio station, bar and event space.
We have known Neil for a considerable amount of time and followed him as an artist for even longer. If you have time, give him a follow online and get along to one of his gigs or cop one of Creep Out - Noisia - FabricLive.40 (CD) records. You wont regret it. With our main Aaja imprint we tend to look for originality, quality, experience and well rounded late night rollers.
With our sub label Sidewinders we look for a diverse, bouncy, UK-influenced, cheeky tones that can slam a dancefloor. Our label has always been focused around the snake. The snake itself was on the floor of a zoo out in Australia which Everson snapped while out there. The name Aaja was devised by Patch, Aaja meaning come together or right now in Hindi. We see the snake being able to move in many ways, along with being able to shed its skin, refresh and adapt. Exactly how we see our label, station and event series.
Our label was put on hold while we established the station. However Aaja sold out worldwide. Ratface — a burgeoning, underground SE London label.Catcher In The Lie - Stone Throw Second - All Cities Fall (CD, Album), Um Bongo, The M.I.C. (Instrumental) - M.F. Doom* - The M.I.C. / Red & Gold (Vinyl), Rolf Beeler - Mach Hommy X ThaGodFahim - Dollar Menu (Vinyl), Ich Weiß Auch Einen Lieben Schatz - Bedřich Smetana - Die Verkaufte Braut - Großer Querschnitt (Viny, Be My Girl/Sally - The Police - Outlandos DAmour/Reggatta De Blanc (Cassette), Wham Rap (Enjoy What You Do) (Unsocial Mix) - George Michael, Wham! - George Michael Часть 1-2: Колл, Lady Of My Heart - Loggins And Messina - Loggins And Messina (Vinyl, LP, Album), More Than A Feeling - Various - Rock De Los 80s (CDr), Hi-Heel Sneakers - Tommy Tucker - Hi-Heel Sneakers (Vinyl), Ge Mig Din Kärlek, Hora Staccato - Nicu Pourvu And His Roumanian Orchestra* - Nicu Pourvu (Pan Pipes) And His Roumanian, Yellow Gals From The South - John Ashby (3) & The Free State Ramblers - Fiddling By The Hearth (