unknown The Bottle / Love Is The Respect Two stone cold, all time classics, from two undisputed legends, re-edited, extended and repurposed for the modern dancefloor. White Label 12"
Origin Unknown The Touch / Valley Of The Shadows Enter the Origin Unknown with the 2 massive tracks "Valley of the Shadows" and "The Touch". In 1993, Andy C & Ant Miles set out about creating a fourth release for the newly established Ram Records, now just a year old. With Hardcore still prominent in the clubs around the world, The Touch features rollercoaster bass swoops against energetic breaks flowing around the main sung vocal "c'mon and touch me". An early sign of the precision arrangements that became synonymous of Ram's early sound that followed over for many years. Whilst going through the remaining samples in the sampler that had not been used on the A side, the pair suddenly went on a tangent with one of the drum breaks. Experimenting with the new timestretch function in the Akai sampler, they soon had a shuffle groove layered and moving. With Ant Miles' sculpted and edited arpeggio bell line sample, a new overall sound and vibe was beginning to emerge out of their studio Atari ST computer. Utilising an original organic analogue string pad, the haunting sinister vibe became complete. With the vocal from the BBC QED documentary 'Glimpses of Death' - "I felt, like I was in a long dark tunnel" all that remained was one of the most memorable pounding bass lines to sit underneath it all. The result was an instant impact on the scene, heralded as one of the first anthems of the Jungle genre. Multi award-winning and the track that cemented Andy & Ant and their label Ram Records within the scene. Ram Records 12"
unknown Unknown EEE supplying a certified slice of summer sun with a raucous roller sure to get any party going. A marriage you never thought would happen like this but ticks all the right boxes with a swag in the step. White Label 12"
Unknown T Adolescence Following on from 2020's Rise Above Hate, Unknown T is back with Adolescence. 98s alumnus Unknown T is amongst one of the most revered and respected artists of his generation. Just over 365 days since releasing his debut album Rise Above Hate, Adolescence proves that not only has he mastered - and elevated - the drill style, but he is also capable of applying his cold cadence and flow to a number of different sounds. Treating us to a line-up of the UK’s finest, Adolescence features collaborations by Potter Payper, M1llionz, Nafe Smallz, M Huncho and Digga D, banding together to rise out of their surroundings. Island CD Signed
unknown Steady On Now / Not You Again? It is safe to say, the Gallery’s exhibitions have become a date in the calendar you do not want to miss. Not dropping the brush on this one, their third private view is their biggest to date. Two outstanding displays of artistry and retouching skill shrouded in mystery to this very day. A private collector however, who just so happens to moonlight as every DJs favourite DJ, did manage to acquire both pieces a while back and has been letting all hell break loose on the dancefloor with them ever since. Many have clamoured to get their hands on these works, few have succeeded. Now the Gallery has them up for auction, but be quick, they won’t be around forever. Gallery 12"
unknown MOXY EDITS 002 As audacious as they get, round two of this LTD series takes a slice of late ‘90s gold, and layers it over a stomping house beat. A pure masterclass in how to get a party started, with the kind of sampling that works oh so well when it’s juiced up into a cut like this. Limited one sided vinyl biz, grab it while you can! White Label 7"