Code 3 Living Proof / Response Call Latest Exit Records release features a couple of bigguns from Code 3! Exit Records 12"
System Peach Fuzz / The Voices Finished copy in stock now! Mark System is by no means a newcomer to the music world having been performing as an MC and producing music for labels such as Digital Soundboy and Shogun Audio amongst others for over a decade. His debut on Exit Records consists of two tracks which underline his production skills and originality in sound design and arrangement. On the A-Side we have “Peach Fuzz”. A track created and named by System after attending and gaining inspiration from Carl Cox’s closing party at Space. He claims that Danny Tenaglia’s set stimulated him to think about new ways of approaching tracks. “Peach Fuzz“ was the result and what a result it was. This track oozes originality and is a pearl in the boxes of many top DJs at the moment such as dBridge, Instra:mental, Ed Rush, Commix, Friction etc. On the B-side we have “Voices” from System, which is an elaborate workout of glitchy beats, choppy break edits and curious melodies. This track is far from formulaic, having been started as an experiment to vent creative juices with no intention of it leaving his computer, were glad it did! Exit Records 12"
Consequence Live For Never Following on from the recent Survival album on Exit Records comes this brand new album from Consequence entitled ‘Live For Never’. Hugely effective atmospheric DnB which contains collaborations with fellow Autonomic artists Instra:mental, ASC and d-Bridge and is a good representation of the versatility which Autonomic is becoming renowned for. Exit Records CD
Black Pocket Vol. Three A slinky mid-tempo one from Steve Spacek AKA Black Pocket backed up with a soulful version of 'Reverible Top' from D-Bridge. A. Black Pocket - Boungie B. D Bridge - Reverible Top Exit Records 12"
Mosaic Vol. 2 (Sampler) Skeptical / Synkro / ST Files / INSTRA:MENTAL Exit Records Vol. 2 Sampler featuring Skeptical, Synkro, ST Files and Instra:mental. No one thought it was possible, but the second volume of Exit's Mosaic series looks even better than the stunning launch volume. Need persuading? Just press play. "Eyes Down" is an uncompromising techy tribal affair, "The Way" is a lush, yearning soulful stepper trembling atop a bed of oozing sub, "Eric Bristow" is an emotive driver, charged by crisp nylon string acoustic guitars while "Fist Level 2B" leads us down a deep, dark alley and switches off every light possible. Genuinely beautiful. Exit Records 12" Out of Stock
Mosaic Vol. 2 (Part 2) Dub Phizix / System / dBridge Part two of Exit Records volume 2 featuring Dub Phizix, System, dBridge, Elek, Rockwell, Kutz, Beastie, Respond and THY LVEAcross the length and breadth of the albums’ 28 track span, Mosaic Vol.2 is the second chapter of label boss dBridge’s mission statement to marry disparate sounds on a mixed artist album whilst triumphantly steering clear of convolution.The albums’ roll call lists luminaries emanating from all spheres of electronic music anging from US footwork impresario and frequent Jimmy Edgar collaborator Machinedrum, who chimes in with a soulful synth heavy jam on ‘The Palace’ to the increasingly potent combination of Om Unit & Sam Binga with the pair continuing in their rich vein of form on the label and wistfully amalgamating influences from jungle, dubstep and funk on album highlight ‘Triffidz’.Some familiar faces from Mosaic Vol.1 make welcome appearances the second time around with Skeptical taking no prisoners on the unrelenting ‘Eyes Down’ and Synkro mastering the art of melancholy on sunkissed cut ‘The Way’. Former partners in crime Boddika and Jon Convex appease fans of the notoriousAutonomic sound under their Instra:mental guise with sinister offering ‘Fist Level 2B’ and dBridge himself shows yet more dynamism in his production direction on juxtaposing efforts ‘Not Known’ and ‘My Night Sky’.The albums’ kaleidoscopic nature means that haunting dancefloor pleasing emissions like ‘Eric Bristow’ by ST Files can sit comfortably next to the immersive textures of CMX’s spacious ‘Tesserae’ and sombre project closer ‘After Beris’ from Blackpocket aka Steve Spacek.Mosaic Vol.2 encompasses all of the distinct nuances that Exit Records has come to be associated with in its 10 year existence – shirking expectations and consistently offering new avenues for uncontrived sonic exploration. It’s a testament to the label’s ethos that after a decade in operation they continue to be regarded to as a constant source of innovation and consistently redefiningthemselves whilst doing so. Exit Records 12" Out of Stock
Mosaic Vol. 2 (Part 3) dBridge / Joe Seven / Fracture Part three of Exit Records volume 2 featuring dBridge, Joe Seven, Fracture, Consequence & FIS, Clarity, Dan HabarNam, Stray and BlackpocketExit Records chart the deepest quadrants of bass-related electronica on the concluding third part of 'Mosaic Vol.2'. Label boss dBridge peers into wintry, Ulrich Schnauss-like pastoral ambient climes on 'My Night Sky' and THY LIVE's Joe Seven gives the stush but skittish Skam-bient styles of 'Juiced' on the first plate beside a killer 808 Footwork Jungle lean from Fracture and Dawn Day Night called 'Sick Wid It', whilst Kiwi producer Consequence and FIS work out crushed drums and bass in the cyborg halfstep of 'Cultural Trauma'. On the 2nd plate Clarity comes correct with the overstepped industrial techno meets D&B stun of 'Constant' alongside the ethereal studio pressure of Romania's Dan HabarNam on one side, and Stray flings down the rapid-fire footwork jungle of 'LA Zoom' beside Blackpocket's hollowed soul instrumental, 'After Beris' Exit Records 12" Out of Stock
Mosaic Vol. 2 (Part 1) J Kenzo / Kryptic Minds / CMX Part one of Exit Records volume 2 featuring J:Kenzo, Kryptic Minds, CMX, Om Unit & Sam Binga, Kid Drama and Loxy Resound on double LPdBridge's Exit Records cream the current bass crop - from D&B to techno, dubstep and Footwork - on the first part of their 2nd 'Mosaic' compilation. On plate one J:Kenzo breaches his 138bpm remit with an ace halfstep D&B roller, 'One Drop', next to the 'floor engulfing bass science of Kryptic Minds' dramatic 'Burnt To Ashes', whilst Commix make a rare appearance from the archives with the beautiful 'Tesserae' and Machine Drum does his dicey footwork jungle flex in 'The Palace'. On disc two D&B powerplayers Ruffhouse knuckle down the industrial stepper, 'Greyscale' and Om Unit & Sam Binga step complex with the taut slowfast bomb, 'Triffidz' on one side, whilst Instra:mental's Damon Kirkham aka Jon Convex drops the quicksilver rollige of 'One 6 Eight' in his Kid Drama guise, and Loxy & Resound get lost in the footwork/jungle echo chamber with 'Residual Movement'. Exit Records 12" Out of Stock
Dub Phizix / Skittles I'm A Creator Dub Phizix is back with another one of Manchester’s finest MC’s (also from the Estate Recordings camp) Skittles. Hot off the back of his album ‘Poor with 100 trainers’ he combines with Dub Phizix on ‘Im a Creator’ to make another yet dancefloor anthem. Tearing up clubs and festivals since the distant summer months, it’s become another certified DJ tool guaranteed get any party going. Exit Records 12" Out of Stock