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Lee "Scratch" Perry & Iguana - Vibes EP

Soaring reggae vocals over a nicely varied bunch of new-school dub riddims from Lee "Scratch" and new associate Iguana.

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Iguana Vibes

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The MC Fats Collective: We Gotcha LP 1

Veteran UK drum 'n' beats man, MC Fats, in collaboration with an all-star line up of producers, delivers part three of his enduring legacy.

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VHS Head: Persistence of Vision

More abstract, sketchbook electronics from VHS tape sampling producer VHS Head.

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Skam

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Skam Records

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Portable Sunsets: Rental

Breezy, experimental sunset techno vibes from the L.A.-based Portable Sunsets.

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Atomnation

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Machine Code: Velocity

Blistering drum and bass from Berlin-based sonic innovators Machine Code.

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YYU: Kiss As We Walk

Experimental hip-hop meets abstract singer-songwriting on YYU's debut 12" record for RAMP Recordings.

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RAMP Recordings

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Matthew Wilcock: Floating Metal Key EP

Glitched out, wiggy bass music from heavyweight sound designing newcomer Matthew Wilcock

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Zelig Sound

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P Jam ft Hannah Rae: Fight the Feeling EP

Original, London grime OG, P Jam kicks off 2014 in fine style with his experimental, breaks laden grime EP Fight The Feeling featuring soulful songstress Hannah Rae.

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Beatcamp

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Boofy: Nank EP

Explosive instrumental grime from Bristol's Boofy on Nottingham party starter label Tumble Audio.

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The Best Electronic Music of 2013

Above all, 2013 was a year when electronic music's cream of the crop did what they do best and left no one wanting for more.

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Tumble Audio

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OH91: Stealth

Boombastic instrumental grime from one of the rising talents in Bristol's new grime wave.

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Kwes: ilp

Kwes's ilp is thoroughly enjoyable listen from start to end, taking in all manner of influences both cogent and disparate.

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Tradesman and Parly B ft. Adam Prescott: Dubplate Fashion

Referencing the golden age of digital reggae production, Leeds-based producer Tradesman delivers an extremely crisp and deep revision of the classic "Rumours" riddim, bringing its now slightly dated sounds completely up-to-date.

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