Seagrave Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records

Bestselling artists on Seagrave this year: Req, Low End Activist, BOA

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Low End Activist
Game Theory

An essential double 12” vinyl release on Seagrave Records from British electronic artist Larry Sanderson as Low End Activist. On Game Theory, he throws all the hardcore elements of British dance music history, from jungle and drum & bass to garage and grime. Pay As You Go / Roll Deep badman MC Flowdan spits bars on the title cut to devastating effect. 
  • Vinyl Double 12" (SR080A)
  • Preorder now (ships on release)

BOA
Warp Purpose Vol. I

Warp Purpose Vol. I is the result of a new collaboration between Best Available Technology and ovis aurum, named simply BOA. Melding bass-heavy electronica with influences taken from the more experimental end of post-punk, the project has received the blessing of FACT magazine plus NTS radio DJs, and is available as a four-track 12” EP. 
  • Label(s):
  • Seagrave

SDEM
ZNS

Following releases for Opal Tapes, MEDS and CPU, SDEM lands on the Seagrave label where his twisted, neck-snapping NYC underground informed hip hop beats find the perfect home within the labels futuristic, B-Boy culture and graffiti aesthetics. As ever, these productions are top shelf, drawing on the artist's meticulous production skills, resulting in a gargantuan 21-track set that's rich in sonic details and nuance. Advanced sound design and computer music intersect with relentlessly infectious breaks on this collection of work spanning fifteen years. Compiled by The Fissure Family, mastered by Stefan Moerth and beautifully presented across two cassettes. Features artwork by modern graf legend SODA and a collaboration track with NHK yk koyxen. Includes download code for a choice of mp3 and lossless formats.
  • Tape (SR079)
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  • Limited edition

REQ / Rob Euroh
TDK

Brighton-based producer, DJ and graffiti artist REQ AKA Ian Cassar and turntablist Rob Euroh were part of the TDK crew which stood for The Dusty Knights or Tea Drinkers Crew, depending on who you ask. The name was also a famous brand of cassette that a significant part of many people's collection existed on back in the day. The cassette album goes back to the 90s - early ‘00s featuring evocative b-boy, lino breakdancing stuff alongside some high energy dancefloor bangers.
  • Tape (SR077)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Limited edition

Renick Bell
Turning Points

A set of tracks made by live coding leads to a set of lurching, glitchy electronica. Who’d have thought... Anyway, Renick Bell is one of the best in the business for this sort of thing, and new tape Turning Points demonstrates exactly why. Frenzied IDM, digital MIDI-bap and slamming Szare-like techno all rear their head here in Turning Points' first three tracks alone.
  • Tape (SR064)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Limited edition
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  • Seagrave