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Some old Pinch jams have the ruler run over them by dubstep OG Kromestar . ‘The Boxer’ and ‘Swish’ were already pretty weighty tomes when they surfaced at the beginning of the 2010s, but these re-rubs really go for the jugular. ‘The Boxer (Kromestar’s Southpaw Remix)’ pummels you into submission with huge square-wave bass hits, while the ‘Swish’ flip is a triple-time jam reminiscent of the title track from Silkie’s recent Impervious EP for Deep Medi. This one’s a Tectonic drop.
- Vinyl 12" (TEC103)
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Pinch here with some classic fare for Swamp81 offshoot 81. A-side ‘Walking With Shadows’ is a slow reveal - skulking in with ghostly atmospherics and a needling percussion line, it soon blooms into the kind of meditative post-techno banger that Loefah’s label has become synonymous with down the years. On the flip, ‘AHH FFF SSS’ is a tuff bit of post-Eski that comes close to the stuff Pinch has been putting out on his own Cold imprint in recent months.
Are you big on slugs? They’re dirty, they’re filthy, they’re grimey. And in all those senses, Big Slug is aptly named. Pinch & Mumdance collaborate with Riko Dan, crazy MC who spits nauseating lines over a minimalist glitchy beat. On the b-side Lucid Dreaming, expect unadulterated paranoid rave.
Savage doesn't conform to tempo traditions; what better way to demonstrate its slower incarnations than with this 12" from Pinch. Over three cuts the descriptor is deployed in various ways - the distorted kick backing of the title track, the deep bass and growls of 'Street Light' and the threatening trudge and machine whirrs of 'Abducted'.
- Vinyl 12" (LAB018)
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The power duo of production that is Pinch and Mumdance is back with a new pair of heavy-hitters. Operating at 140 and 128 beats per minute respectively, Control and Strobe Light are at once utilitarian dancefloor action pieces and layered with enticing details for close listening. 12” on the Tectonic label.
The first release from Pinch’s Cold Recordings label for a year see the boss back at the helm. With releases on Tectonic, Deep Medi Musik and Planet Mu Pinch has been at the forefront of dubstep and it’s continuing evolution. Two mix friendly tracks of hybrid bass music, happily fitting with breaks, dubstep and techno. Water Bomb has been highly sought after since being featured on Mumdance’s Fabriclive mix.
Heavyweight producer Sherwood meets Pinch and myriad collaborators to produce a stretch of mutant dub and bass music, switching and blending ethereal texture and muscular abstract noise techno workouts, with supremely effective results. One for head nodding on sofa journeys and dark, throbbing dancefloors alike.
- Vinyl Double LP (ONULP135)
Proper low-down darkside heaviness from ace producer Pinch here, enlisting the master grime voice of Riko Dan for this new 12”. These two tracks truly feel like they come at the listener from the depths of a dark dark night, with the industrial garage productions rumbling deep. And just look at that cover. Out on Tectonic.
Dream team business here, with this 12" featuring Pinch, Mumdance and Logos. Last year's very popular Turbo Mitzi is back, this time as a VIP Double Barrelled Mitzi mix from the original pair of Pinch & Mumdance. On the B-side, Pinch reworks Mumdance & Logos' Legion. A really energetic 12" on Tectonic.
Sometimes you’re dancing in some forlorn warehouse and you look around you, and you’re struck with a sudden realization: everybody looks like they’re having a seizure or a panic attack. With this piece of 12” vinyl, you are able to understand why: Pinch & Mumdance’s two new tracks are powerful pieces of 128bpm paranoia.