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Dean Blunt And Inga Copeland
Black Is Beautiful

Looks like it's my responsibility to come up with some insights into the current output from Dean Blunt And Inga Copeland a.k.a Hype Williams. Kinda curious as to why they're not using their proper name anymore. It'd be sad if...view item »

Proc Fiskal

Edinburgh prodigy Proc Fiskal follows up his 2017 The Highland Mob EP with a meaty full-length for Hyperdub. The sixteen tracks of Insula are built from the same blocks as THM, with Fiskal fusing together grime, jungle and a little bit of breakbeat. Fiskal’s music has much in com...view item »

Jessy Lanza
Oh No

Yes come on. We’re out in Holbeck with my favourite record of the year so far, Jessy Lanza’s chill but staggered ‘Oh No’, which sees her carefree in a perfect execution of minimalist-gone-maximalist dance music. She opens on “New Ogi” as if the promise of ‘Pull My Hair Back’ came fully-fledged in t...view item »

Okzharp & Manthe Ribane
Closer Apart

After leaving LV, Okzharp has thrived alongside fellow South African artist Manthe Ribane. Following some hype-generating EPs in the mid-2010s, they’ve come through with a baker’s dozen of tracks for their debut LP. Closer Apart sees Ribane guide Okzharp to some spare and gr...view item »


Ah 'Untrue'. To me the pinnacle in the Burial catalogue and that is despite my ongoing issues with the amount of vocal snippets that litter some of the songs (I'm dealing with it...since 2007). Musically however it is utterly gorgeous with those murky garage beats underpinning glorious late night atmosphere's that he...view item »

Kindred EP

The internet almost collapsed when Hyperdub announced this new Burial 12". The arrival of a new release from this guy is always anticipated with excitement akin to a 4 year old on Christmas eve. Yet again he's delivered the goods. Opening with The title track 'Kindred' beginning with trademark crackle and those clanking metallic beats he does so...view item »

Truant/ Rough Sleeper

Willie B strikes again! This time with his bid for Christmas number one. Hehehe. Gotta admire the fact that despite his success this lad still chooses to hide from the limelight and let his music do the talking. There’s no massive surprises here in terms of mood and aesthetic but then I didn’t really expect any. The overal...view item »

DJ Taye
Still Trippin’

The debut LP from DJ Taye lives up to his billing as one of the leading lights of footwork’s post-Rashad world. Taking cues from his late mentor, Taye’s chops as an MC come in handy across a record that draws as heavily from the world of rap as it does from Chicago’s 160-bpm dance scene. Second...view item »


- "Will? Hey it's Hyperdub -  the album ready yet?"- (through a staticy distant phone line) "No, no it's still not grainy enough"- "Ok we'll level with you, we're fucked, we keep putting these 12"s out and, well, I don't want to be all business with you Will but they don't make us any money. We need an album...view item »

Laurel Halo

Once again Hyperdub prove they're leading the charge against mediocrity both in contemporary club music and the softer, more introspective sounds of the underground. The rippling calm and strange spacious aural cosmos this talented Brooklyn songstress evokes is nothing less that breathtak...view item »

Young Death / Nightmarket

It's awhile since I've heard anything from Burial that I've enjoyed as much as 'Untrue' and personally I'm not that excited over the Christmas EP format he's been utilising for the last few years but 'Young Death' comes as close to shivering the same bones that made his first two records so groundbreaking. If you've had half an eye on the intern...view item »

DJ Rashad
Double Cup

Chicago footwork master DJ Rashad gets busy on his MPC for his third Hyperdub emission and first full length album proper with ‘Double Cup’. If you’re familiar with the term “Drank” then you’ll know what that means. Thsi 2LP/ CD is packed with some...view item »

Street Halo

Here he comes to save the day. As dubstep slowly morphs into chilled out electronic pop (Darkstar), wibbling coffee table nonsense (Blake) or a cartoon version of itself (Coki), Burial re-appears from the shadows to attempt to regain the crown that he never really lost as no-one has really pushed things any further. 'Street Halo' pretty much con...view item »


Usually I’m willing to fob the modern day music off on the young people here whilst I concentrate on elderly peoples sounds but I’ve nagged Laurie a bit too much about this to the point he’s just screamed for me to bloody review it if it’s so damned important to me. This is pretty good. There...view item »

Diggin In The Carts : A Collection Of Pioneering Japanese Video Game Music

A huge collection of 8-bit and 16-bit bleeps and bloops collated by Diggin In The Carts co-director Nick Dwyer, and Hyperdub’s Kode 9. Comprised of thirty four tracks taken from legendary titles released on classic Japanese video game systems - from Nintendo’s Famicom to Sega’s Mega Drive, as w...view item »

Subtemple / Beachfires

It must be so hard being Will Bevan, having to deal with people’s mismanaged expectations on you to release an LP or the closest possible thing every time you drop two humble tunes. If people are ever gonna be enraged about a Burial 12”, it’ll be this one, a mumbled slab of musique concrete disquiet that suggests his contributi...view item »

DJ Tre
The Underdogg EP

Kode 9’s Hyperdub continues to shine its light on Chicago’s innovative footwork scene. A member of the city’s Teklife crew, DJ Tre’s four tracks unveil his largely as yet unheard production talent while displaying how varied the form h...view item »

Lee Gamble
Mnestic Pressure

Here is the UIQ label head and champion of cracked electronic sounds Lee Gamble, making that sweet music for the Hyperdub family. He recently premiered acoustic music in a cave with the great Eliane Radigue, an occasion that I will forever regret not going to. I half expected this to be sonically related to that, but don’t you worry yourse...view item »

Creature EP

You may know Mana from another life. He used to release as Vaghe Stelle, and he remains part of the lauded One Circle group. That said, he’s now looking to strip away any artifice and confront himself through music, hence the change of moniker. The music on Creature is dense, clau...view item »

Jessy Lanza
Pull My Hair Back

Okay then here we go. This is the debut album from Jessy Lanza and it's made with the production skills of one of the Junior Boys, a band whose ‘So This is Goodbye’ was a lovely example of melancholic, atmospheric late night electronica. This album starts out pretty ...view item »

Laurel Halo

This record is an absolute gift. It’s the kind of record you make when you’re one of the greats and can make every one of your releases sound like a fantastic birthday party. Celebrating by playing, Laurel Halo’s ‘Dust’ is a [crying-while-smiling emoji] collection of sideways baked ...view item »

Street Halo EP / Kindred EP

Our Ant wrote this about the Kindred EP on 01 March 2012: The internet almost collapsed when Hyperdub announced this new Burial 12". The arrival of a new release from this guy is always anticipated with excitement akin to a 4 year old on Christmas eve. Yet again he's delivered t...view item »

Zomby x Burial

2 of electronic bass music’s most illustrious anonymous producers (although they aren’t really anonymous anymore) put their heads together at last for this collaboration. Zomby and Burial both know how to make the darkness ripple, and Sweets is bound to entrance plenty of heads. Limited edit...view item »


Several years in the making, the new album from Ikonika is another A-grade suite of future music from one of the most reliable producers in the dubstep / bass music / etc. world. Distractions is full of shining synths and rhythm patterns from R&B and hip-hop, as well as guest appearances from Jessy Lanza...view item »

Quarta 330
Pixelated EP

The rather quite consistent and generally ever-relevant Hyperdub imprint usher out an EP from Japan’s Quarta 330, ten years on from his first encounter with the label through remixing Kode9. His Pixelated EP twists and bends chiptune through melodic jazz-fusion, dubstep blends and more atmospheric cuts. There’ll like...view item »

DJ Taye
Move Out EP

Hyperdub furthers its footwork fascination with another care package from Chi-town’s Teklife mainstay DJ Taye. Opening the Move Out EP is the DJ Manny-featuring “Burnin Ya Boa”, which showcases the sort of rhythmically-chopped vocals we’ve come to expect. Outside of that, the track’s a curiously mau...view item »

DVA [Hi:Emotions]

DVA has appended his [Hi:Emotions] sub-moniker to this new album, which sets it out as a slightly looser, wilder entity. NOTU_URONLINEU, which was recorded in the dark, is an amazing listen that feels as much like free electronic improvisation as it does a set of club tracks: acid synth lines and unexpe...view item »

Flesh EP

Endgame has fingers in a number of London underground club culture pies, so he’s perfectly placed to drop unusual killer tracks like these. The Flesh EP mixes grime and drill styles with a bit of South American influence, resulting in heavyweight rollers with a wonderfu...view item »

Ikonoklast EP

After what has since become known as 'The Great Terror Danjah Mislabling Disaster of Half-An-Hour Ago' I'm not 100% convinced I'm reviewing the right tracks here but never mind. Oh, there's a voice going 'Ikonoklast'! That's helpful! The lead track doesn't last long but kinda reminds me of Headhunter's stuff around the time of Nomad, except with...view item »

"BBF" Hosted By DJ Escrow

We all know now that Babyfather is the project of Dean Blunt. The enfent terrible of underground hip hop/dream pop/whatvs is always shifting and moving on and it’s really hard to predict what he will do next. Early reports that this was a collaboration with Arca were wide of the mark (Arca appear...view item »

Fhloston Paradigm
Cosmosis Vol 2

To osmose the cosmos. How do you do it? A black hole gun? Drugs? Or, as Fhloston Paradigm suggests, with that thing called music. Electronic music, of course. And who better to peddle this universe-altering sound than Hyperdub Records, purveyors of all things beaty for the basement ravers. This thing has a half-time feel to it, but don&r...view item »

Fatima Al Qadiri

Brute is another leap forward for Fatima Al Qadiri’s high-concept, politicised electronic music, and Hyperdub records is the perfect home for it. The album’s theme is state violence and the militarisation of the police and Al Qadiri adapts global electronic sounds to make her argumen...view item »

Fhloston Paradigm
Cosmosis Vol 1

Fhloston Paradigm is a pseudonym of Philadelphia groover King Britt, following a busy career with releases on plenty of your favourite labels. Cosmosis Vol. 1 lands on Hyperdub, where it’s adventurous range of tracks (spanning ambience, twitchy soundscapery and hard analogue house) fit right in wi...view item »


Believe it or not, this is bass music veteran and Hyperdub boss Kode9’s first ever full-length solo record (having previously made albums with the sadly departed Spaceape). Nothing works in grime and footwork influences along with typically low-slung Kode9 rollers: several tracks ...view item »

Cooly G
Armz House EP

The ever-unpredictable Cooly G hits us with another curveball following the quiet storm R&B of 2014's Wait 'Til Night LP. Stepping aside from the emotive and sexually charged material of the previous release, the five tracks that make up Armz House constitute the London DJ/producer...view item »

Next Life

This latest compilation on Hyperdub concentrates on showcasing Chicago's footwork scene carrrying on from where the great DJ Rashad left off. Full to the brim of manic samples and energetic rhythms. 20 all new tracks from RP Boo, Traxman, DJ Spinn, Gantman, Manny DJ Earl, Taye, Boylan, Phil, Taso, Sirr Tmoand DJ Rashad himself. A great document ...view item »

Cooly G
Wait ‘Til Night

London producer Merissa Campbell, aka Cooly G, has come a long way since bursting onto the scene in 2009 with the clinical rhythmic madness of the 'Narst' 12". She made big waves with 2012's debut album 'Playin Me' and its energetic genre-blending beats, heavy bass and slinky, subtle melodies. It was a sound so cool you even forgave her for incl...view item »

Laurel Halo
Chance Of Rain

Quite a stylistic departure from her last celebrated long player is 'Chance of Rain', the new freaky stylus-eater to burst forth from the excitable neurons of Ms. Halo, NY’s queen of warped techno. There's not any vocals for a start and the whole shebang initially stumbles into the arena of our minds with a woozy jazz f...view item »

Decadubs 3 EP

Always enjoy these Decadubs 12” as they usually showcase the chill as opposed to the studiously paranoid aspects of the Hyperdub personality with volume three being the highlight of the series so far. The big highlight for me is a version of Dean Blunt & Inga Copeland’s (a.k.a ...view item »

Fatima Al Qadiri

Here's an interesting one from Hyperdub. The latest from mercurial Kuwaiti artist Fatima Al Qadiri, now based between London and New York, takes us on an imaginary journey through China. "It's not the real China," she clarifies. "I've never been to China. I only know what the West is telling me about China." ...So this is a concept album...view item »

Fhloston Paradigm
The Phoenix

As with most modern electronic stables, Hyperdub has spread out its graceful wings from the embryonic murky groans of Kode9 and Spaceape's sparse, murderous dubstep to encompass all the startling developments in underground club culture. This obviously results in a dilution of quality for the individualist dance music...view item »

Kyle Hall
Girl U So Strong / Take Me Away

More fairly imprenetable stuff but this time the bleeps and bloops start to forge a cohesive pattern and half way through ‘Girl U So Strong’ starts to make a kind of wayward sense. Its post dubstep, cut and spliced with some huge bassy tones jutting like shards out the mix. Flip it and there’s a speedy piece of four to the floo...view item »


We’ve just been listening to a promo of the new Jessy Lanza album on Hyperdub in the office, and to be honest I was really enjoying it and it seemed a shame to turn it off halfway through but there’s some reviews that need writing. Thankfully though, one of those is thi...view item »

Ignore EP

This is great, if you sometimes steer clear of Hyperdub due to the dark dubstep, then look back in, as this is funky, good time electro boogie deep house type dubstep that you wiggle your bum as you're doing the washing up and pretending that your getting down at 2 in the morning at an inclusive, but word of mouth,...view item »

Cooly G
Playin' Me

I love Cooly G, from the moment I first heard her mix for Fact some years back I knew this was someone to follow. Buying up pretty much all she has released the standard remains high. Early tracks like Narst and Weekend Fly marry dubstep, deep house and futuristic hip hop sounds to create a sound that is somehow uni...view item »

Ill Blu
Clapper / Clapper (Traxman Remix)

I've actually cheered up this morning. It started awfully at 5.15 woken up by a bloody bird. I've been single handedly campaigning for more birds in the street and now they are finally here I'm getting angry about them waking me up. Then I got stressed about my hair, my normal hairdresser (a l...view item »

Pretty Ugly

Well, well, well. “The man is a genius”. Not my words (yet) but the words of the press release. Though a) in today's hyper-hyped world the word genius is used to describe everyone from Jermaine Defoe to the bass player from Pulp and b) I don't believe press release...view item »

All Night EP

Read some place this lad was a Mancunian, one that is bringing the spangled sounds of Dance Music Today to lay across the other side of the Pennines like a thick layer of glistening, aromatic yellow aural sick. I'm no expert but I'd say both Joker...view item »

Kode9 & The Spaceape
Memories of The Future

Finally KODE9 + The SPACEAPE unleash their debut album after a slew of fantastic 10"s on Hyperdub. 'Memories Of The Future' collects most of the tracks from the singles with some stonking new cuts to create a dark paranoid vision of the future. The Spaceape can do no wrong in these eyes so I was slightly disa...view item »

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