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Alex Coulton
Gamma Ray Burst

If you like bass tones and kick patterns that mess with your heart rate, and the polyrhythmic percussion of artists such as Joe, Manchester based Alex Coulton should be well known to you already. With releases on Idle Hands, Black Acre, Bloc and this being his fourth, but debut full length, on low-end lords Tempa, Coulton masters night-time bassweight.

Alex Coulton
Ambush / Direction

Alex Coulton provides Tempa with 2 cutting-edge new cuts. Ambush / Direction contains all sorts of elements, from conga drums to fizzing synth-shots and deep, deep sub-bass, allowed to hover in an empty space that gives each sound an extra impact. 12” vinyl on Tempa, released in a limited edition of just 300 copies.
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Alex Coulton / Chevel / Simo Cell

Split vinyl 12” from Alex Coulton, Chevel and Simo Cell. Wisdom Teeth have brought these artists together on WSDM004 to showcase their outsider variations on house and squealing acid techno. There’s certainly a competitive element here, with each artist trying to produce the bizarrest dancefloor experiment, without losing sight of that all-important groove.

Alex Coulton
Hand To Hand Combat / Concealed Weapon

Alex Coulton’s new tracks land on the famed Tempa label with a thud. True to their names, the tracks on Hand To Hand / Concealed Weapon do sound as if they are sparring with themselves: a multitude of percussive strikes duck and weave over low bass-growls. Excellent rollers for the dancefloor.

Alex Coulton
War Games / Pointe Noire

DnuoS YtiviL offer up a new 12" release from techno producer Alex Coulton, featuring the chilling and minimal "War Games", with aggressive, off-kilter percussion and a vocal sample that moves between being spat, whispered and echoed at the highest volume. On the flip side is "Pointe Noire", comprised of horror-flick synths and noisy acoustic drums. Play it in the dark.   Tracks: War Games Pointe Noire

Alex Coulton
Bleep Sequence / Tension

Alex Coulton makes the deft first mark on Beneath’s Mistry label, a new home for darker, techy UK riddims, with a necessary vinyl cut of his in-demand ‘Bleep Sequence’ and the slick forward motion of ‘Tension’. A secret weapon in Beneath’s DJ sets for the last few years, ‘Bleep Sequence’ weighs up a definitive reduction of dark garage, dubbed techno and Yorkshire-style bleep ‘n bass with plangent radar pings and body-scanning subs rolling from a spare, halfstep swagger into dread techno momentum.