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DMX Krew
Don't You Wanna Play?

A brand new four-track EP from DMX Krew, the most famous alias of London-based producer Edward Upton, who’s been one of the most active and consistent presences in British electronic music for over a quarter of a century. Don’t You Wanna Play? bears all of the hallmarks that have made Upton so respected. 

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5 Ways 2 Jack

5 Ways To Jack EP is five tracks of DMX Krew having a really good time. An inspired combination of gems that roam from classic Yorkshire bleep 'n' bass, anthemic Chicago acid house to grimy underground acid with a strange but effective diversion into ragga with a rendition of Lil Louis' classic ‘Original Video Clash’.

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Malekko Phase Mod

Performing under various aliases throughout his career, electronica artist Edward Upton’s latest DMX Krew release Malekko Phase Mod fits effortlessly into a line of work that goes back to the mid-Nineties. Classic, Chicago acid house beats, rubbery basslines and squidgy synths are the name of the game, with four laid-back tracks split over a 12” EP.

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Glad To Be Sad

Does DMX Krew ever sleep? Maybe he’s found a way to work while he gets his 40 winks, because it’s surely impossible to be this prolific with the daylight hours alone. After three EPs in the space of as many months the Breakin’ Records boss now comes through with a whole full-length for Hypercolour. Glad To Be Sad is, of course, a superb collection of retro-tinged house and electro.

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What Happened to Peace?

The man makes a good point - What Happened To Peace? We may never know, but at least nothing much has happened to DMX Krew in the 20-odd years that the one born Edward Upton has been releasing music. This new EP, like so many of his others, sees the Breakin’ Records boss serve up yet more slamming electro goodness.

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Stellar Gateway

That cover looks familiar, doesn’t it? Almost like the stellar gateway scene from - oh, right. I see. DMX Krew (the primary of Rephlex and Breakin’ Records resident Edward Upton’s many, many pseudonyms) brings you Stellar Gateway, his new EP of crisp and gently acidic electro-grooves. Slightly less terrifying and considerably funkier than its Kubrickian namesake.

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Libertine Traditions 07

Libertine Records (Yoshi, Neuro-D) lock down the latest bit from DMX Krew. Much like the underground legend’s recent releases for Central Processing Unit and Super Rhythm Trax, Traditions 07 is full of crisp electro jams. Side B sees the producer on a vaguely cosmic flex that brings to mind a more rough-and-ready approximation of Space Dimension Controller.
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Strange Directions

Never one to sit still, British producer DMX Krew has had releases on Ekster, Shipwrec, Strange Life, Central Processing Unit and Rephlex, and now brings his 21st album to Hypercolour, aptly sharing the platform with the likes of Matthew Herbert and Luke Vibert. Strange Directions is a heady slab of IDM/electronica made up of slick synthetic breaks and razor-sharp electronics.

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Peripheral Visions

Few electronic artists have been as prolific as DMX Krew, aka shape-shifting hardware and house/electro addict Ed DMX, and kept the quality consistently so high. Five tracks of acid continue the heavy abuse his 303 must have seen, with lead cut ‘Acid Arthur’ a tribute to his (obviously inspirational) dad, whose voice is sampled on the track.

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Generic Wizard​

With releases on Hypercolour, Ekster, Central Processing Unit, and Rephlex, Ed Upton brings his DMX Krew moniker to Shipwrec to help celebrate 50 releases. Acidic and vibrant electro jams with seemingly bottomless energy, with tracks like Bush Baby Bug Eyes getting the pulse twitching and then switching to 80s montage-esque chords of Language Response and Irrational Momentum.

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The Wiggly Worm

Edward Upton’s career as DMX Krew is almost as old as rave itself. Having seen it all and done it all, it makes sense that he’s teamed up with premier rave revivalists Super Rhythm Trax for a set of no-bullshit bangers. From the chirpy electro of ‘Grand Tour’ to the title track’s energetic jack, every one of these cuts will sound superb at 3am. Limited 12”.

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Mini-Owner

Veteran producer DMX Krew drops 6 new lively ones on the world. The contents of Mini-Owner are wonderful: shiny, sunny and happy without lapsing into predictability. Proper-electro funk rhythm-churn and colourful summer-evening synthlines flying all over the place: lovely work. Released via Holland’s Shipwrec label.

DMX Krew w/ Yuri Suzuki
7777-013

Proper white label with a proper white label un-name. 013 matches up DMX Krew with Yuri Suzuki for four-track workout of house and acid. Everything is in its right place, from the vintage drum machine to the chewy, rubbery synth sounds. Ooooh baby. This 12” is the thirteenth release on the 7777 label.

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RAM Expansion

RAM Expansion sees electro toe-tapper 'Ed' DMX Krew upgrade his computers to Windows 98 to make some murkier, harder-edged grooves to get your USB dongles moving. Expect Central Processing Unit-esque beats that'll get Bill Gates crying into his luxury egyptian silk pillow. "Why didn't I start making beats? WHYYY??"

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Space Cucumbers

Space Cucumbers sound delicious don’t they? Full of nutritious cosmic goodness. That’s more or less what DMX Krew delivers here on this CPU 12”: a handful of tracks that mix Italo disco and acid techno into a funky electro brew. Heady material really. Released by Central Processing Unit, with the catalogue number CPU001001110.

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The New Age Travellers

Ed DMX shows a more intimate aspect of his work -- think Library music rather than electro, 80's sci-fi and 50's electronic experimentation rather than 90's future-disco. Alongside similar lines to Luke Vibert's 'Nuggets' series. 13 tracks of electric improvisations, sensitive synthesis and pastorally-themed mini symphonies. Vinyl LP only on Ekster.

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You Exist

Veteran producer (under a plethora of names) DMX Krew lands 9 new tracks of shiny electronics, showcasing an easy mastery of synth-pop, electro, IDM and techno, built up over a lengthy career. The melodies are damn fine and the rhythms are moveable: You Exist gives off fun vibes all round. Released by Hypercolour.

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Funk Steps / Space Fonk

Not to be confused with the psychopathic small-vocab rapper DMX, DMX Krew, also known as EDMX, is about to brighten your Spring with a tight 7”. Funk Steps / Space Fonk features crazy poppy, funky beats with a hypnotizing outer space edge to them. Never taking the easy route, Aphex Twin label buddy EDMX has made another tasty jam of acid beats.

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There Is No Enduring Self

‘There Is No Enduring Self’ is DMX’s latest 12’’ release. The velvety brown vinyl, wrapped in silky purple and gold screen printed artwork makes it feel like opening a box of luxury chocolate, and that’s exactly what it’s like to listen to. This record is wonderful. Rich layers of synth sounds and beautiful samples that conjures up all the best things about electronic music. Sonically, think Vangelis, Harold Faltermeyer or the bit where you fight the big boss in any classic video game. Some of the composition and samples choices reminded me of The Talking Heads or The Tom Tom Club.

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Galaxy Love / Didn't I

Electro-boogie-funk from Englishman Ed Upton aka DMX Krew. Ed has been pumping out his electro productions since the 90's and Galaxy Love / Didn't I are two dance floor fillers. Crammed with squelchy synths, funky disco drums and tight guitars, these tracks ooze P-Funk, Prince and Dam-Funk. Repress out on 7" vinyl from Fresh Up.
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Nu Romantix

What with the recent electro resurgence currently being spearheaded by labels like Central Processing Unit and Super Rhythm Trax, it seems fitting that DMX Krew’s 1998 LP Nu Romantix should get its dues. This reissue comes courtesy of Permanent Vacation and sees the LP releasedon double-vinyl. Features all the original jams and a bonus instrumental of ‘Come To Me’.
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A Tribute To Robert Moog


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