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This one’s been coming. After two 2017 EPs (and next month’s Engineered Morality), Paul Rose aka Scuba aka SCB gives us the first LP from his vowel-phobic project. Anyone coming here and expecting a nice fix of jacking house will be left disappointed - SCB’s stuff is less welcoming, full of foreboding synths and hard, no-bs techno drums. Throw in a concept where Rose uses the LP “to explore the fictional narrative in which a hypothetical timeline is corrupted by a climate-related disaster”, and it all adds up to Caibu being a rather bracing experience.

Fabric 90: Scuba

It feels like Scuba must be going for some kind of record for his installment of the legendary Fabric mix CD series: he flies through 42 tracks over the course of the CD’s running time. That requires wild cutting-together skills as well as a knack for selections: producers here include Pearson Sound, Ben Klock, Patrick Cowley, Regis… and many many more.

Claustrophobia Remixes

This year’s Scuba full-length, Claustrophobia, has already fulfilled a lot of people’s techno dreams. Now he’s handed over the stems to a wide range of hot producers for remixing, including but not limited to Atom™, Len Faki, Tallmen 785, and ø [Phase]. Such fine pedigree. CD on Hotflush.


Scuba, or Scuwop, as he liked to be known, comes back with a full new album, Claustrophobia, on his own Hotflush label. Rhythms are fluid from track to track, generally staying away from the straightforward approach in favour of the engaging and unexpected. We are still in sleek dancefloor territory though, oh yes oh yes. Two LPs or one CD.
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