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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 »

Rival Dealer

I’m sure it was this time last year that Burial released his last 12”? Well he’s back for a second bash at the Christmas number one spot with three tracks on 180g wax and CD. ‘Rival Dealer’ has all the hallmarks of his dusty production sound and like his previous release has a ...view item »


By the time Burial's second album surfaced, his reputation had grown to underground stardom, even if his identity was still a secret. 'Untrue' continued the story of the twilit inner city, loneliness and distant threats informing a melancholic rhythmic atmosphere, and is now seen as a landmark in electronic music....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 »

doon kanda
Luna EP

If you follow contemporary electronic music odds are the creature on the artwork for Luna EP will feel unsettlingly familiar. doon kana is Jesse Kanda, a visual artist who's worked with the likes of Arca, Bjork, and fka twigs. His music ...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 »

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 »

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 »

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

The second full-length album from Jessy Lanza lands hard, skipping around the listener, buzzing with nervous energy. This is the finest of modern electro-pop, Lanza’s breathy vocals firing up the tracks she has co-produced with Jeremy Greenspan of Junior Boys. Oh No...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 »


Burial remoulds 90's Garage/House into his own vision on 'Rodent', applying his signature production tricks to a classic bouncing and shuffling template of skeletal drums and big subs. He loops vocals samples in 'Untrue' style, adding heavenly synth to create that magical, melancholy sound he just totally owns. There's even a touch of Vangelis f...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

In what's now becoming a sub-festive winter tradition, Burial delivers his first 12" of material since the wonderful, graceful and empathetic set of dubstep ambient tunes that came on Rival Dealer. He recently caused chaos with Zomby on "Sweetz", but this slab is Will Bevan through and through...view item »

Tommy EP

After a couple of self-released EPs and a album on Howling Owl, London based Klein signs to Hyperdub bringing her debut EP Tommy. A refreshingly imaginative world made up of vocal harmonies, severely chopped and screwed breaks and glitched to obscurity sampling. Odd, twisted and revealing, no wonder Bjork is a f...view item »


It's Zomby. His music is very good -- there hasn't been a full LP since the vignette masterpiece With Love but here's Ultra, a record that promises knockout collaborations with artists including HKE, Rezzett and dubstep whisperer ...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

Everyone's favourite cracklemonger Burial is back to deliver two new beat opuses on 10" wax for extra crackle. Featuring tracks such as 'Bus Dodger', 'Piss Lift', 'NHS Rizla' and 'Payspliff' (but none of those), it will be sure to console you into the wee hours with nothing but closed curtains and a glowing laptop screen for company. S...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 »

Dumela 113 EP

Okzharp is a London / South Africa project. Dumela 113 is an EP of “house mutations”, a term that pretty much does it. These four tracks take the sturdy core of house music and then prod and push it into different directions: minimal, spooky, dubsteppy… Vocalist Manthe Ribane features...view item »

Lee Gamble
Mnestic Pressure

Lee Gamble’s first full-length in three years is a record of nuanced edge-of-the-dancefloor music that finds a fitting home on Hyperdub. Gamble describes Mnestic Pressure as a record that seeks to find order in an increasingly chaotic world and regain a sense of self separate from...view item »

Fatima Al Qadiri
Shaneera EP

Ever conceptualising dancefloors, Fatima Al Qadiri brings the Shaneera EP to Hyperdub. Challenging gender identity and queer slang used in Kuwait and other Arab countries. Five tracks of high energy, high concept dance music, mixing western and Arab sound palettes and blurring the lines of perceived femininity and perce...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

Oh good: a new full-length album from Laurel Halo! Dust started out with recordings made by Halo along with Eli Keszler and Lafawndah, which were then cut-up and augmented by Halo’s genius electronic processes into the sleekly experimental digital...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 »

Proc Fiskal
The Highland Mob EP

Proc Fiskal is a Scottish producer who’s working with a chewy hybrid form of grime that ups the speed and cuts some jungle influences into the mix too. His sound palette is full of fun, with cartoony samples splashing around alongside high-energy synth melodies and rubbery basslines. The Highland Mob is Pr...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 »

Decadubs 5

It’s been a weird year for hyperdub’s Kode 9 - losing two of his closest friends, one being his greatest collaborator, just as hyperdub reach their creative and critical peak, and the grand old age of ten. Decadubs 5 (decade dubs, geddit?) is part of a series of compilations and EPs released to commemorate the label’s birthday,...view item »

doon kanda
Heart EP

Visual artist Jessa Kanda here presenting himself as producer doon kanda, on his first 12”. Right from opener Axolotl, you can tell the Heart EP is packed with some nifty dub stuff. Expect distorted drums instruments, weird rhythms and gently wailing sirens. Clear to see he picked up some...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 »


New project Babyfather is yet another alias of the infamous Dean Blunt, this time co-producing with Arca. You can tell it is Blunt because (apart from his familiar drawl...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 »

Okzharp & Manthe Ribane
Tell Your Vision EP

Okzharp & Manthe Ribane return to Hyperdub to team up on their second EP of beat / vocal hybrids with more bass than your behind can probably handle. Slinky UK garage influences tie in with snatches of grime to underpin some tight raps by Ribane, all of the above being inspired by some road trips around London. Serious levels of bo...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 »

King Midas Sound
Lost / Frequencies (ft Pupajim)

Given that the album's been out for a good while and the video for this song's been kicking around the internet for AGES you probably know the score about how ace of a tune it is, boasting as it does Roger Robinson's sweetly cooed downbeat lover's rock style lyrics, that satisfying do-du-dung-du-ding riff and Kevin Martin's ever-impeccable produ...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

Babyfather -who I think you’ll find is a pseudonym for Dean Blunt, often working alongside Arca (though we've been told by Hyperdub this isn't who it is despite the earlier EP being credited to both - legal ed) is clearly in a archly sarcastic state-of-t...view item »

Hyperdub 10.1 EP

Hyperdub celebrate their 10 year anniversary in 2014, and are putting out a number of special releases to celebrate. This EP puts a few of the tracks from the Hyperdub 10.1 CD collection onto vinyl: given that that compilation focused on the dancefloor, it’s a perfect fit. Get these tracks out there!...view item »

Fhloston Paradigm
Cosmosis Vol 2

Hyperdub regular Fhloston Paradigm returns to the label for the sequel to his Cosmosis series. Cosmosis Volume 2 on vinyl 12” returns to the knotty synthesizers and downbeat electronica we loved in the original. These three tracks have a deep and soulful sound, where gorge...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 »

DJ Taye
Break It Down

Young footworker DJ Taye makes his Hyperdub debut with Break It Down, on which he works with DJ Paypal, DJ Earl and DJ Manny. Typical footwork action here, doing mad things with samples and dropping in / pulling out drums without warning. Four ecstatic dance challenges ...view item »

DJ Spinn
Off That Loud EP

DJ Spinn lands a very strong EP on the Hyperdub label. Off That Loud pops and kicks in that wonderful footwork style that Spinn played a large part in popularising. Hints of acid and jungle help to make dancefloor annihilation a certainty. Featuring rapper Danny Brown and sadly departed...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 »

DJ Rashad
6613 EP

So sad that we are already seeing posthumous releases from DJ Rashad’s archives, rather than new releases from an active and alive Rashad, but at least the proceeds from the 6613 EP are going to his family. Four high energy footwork rollers, well worthy of the name (and featuring the likes of ...view item »

Hype Williams
Kelly Price W8 Gain Vol II. EP

Kode9, always with an ear on what's happening in the depths of the London underground music scene, has used Hyperdub as a platform to promote fresh and emerging talent, whether it be dubstep/grime/funky or whatever. So news of Hype Williams making an appea...view item »

Jessy Lanza, DJ Spinn & Taso
You Never Show Your Love EP

Canadian electronic songwriter/producer/vocalist Jessy Lanza has got together with Teklife founder/DJ/producer/MC DJ Spinn and DJ/producer Taso to produce ‘You Never Show Your Love’ EP, featuring a Teklife footwork remix from the late DJ Rashad. Also included is Bambounou’s remix of ‘Fuck Diamond’ from Lanza’s...view item »

Hyperdub 10.4

Hyperdub's big birthday bash comes to a hungover end with 'Hyperdub 10.4', the final release in a series that has celebrated and examined the triumphs of one of the most prominent experimental electronic labels. This one goes back and forth, another double disc compilation with old classics and new prospects. Cooly G, Kode9, DVA, Ikonika, a...view item »

The Spaceape (Ft. Kode9 & The Bug)
Ghost Town / At War With Time

RSD2015, limited gold 7”. As a loving salute to the recently passed away Spaceape Hyperdub have released this 7” featuring two of his heavy hitters. The complete reimagining of Ghost Town with Kode9, changing how you hear that song ever again, and At war with time with The B...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 »

Kode9 & The Spaceape
Killing Season

Hyperdub master Kode9 and the Spaceape are no strangers to each other, having collaborated on a full record with 'Black Sun'. This new EP, entiteld 'Killing Season', continues to sharpen the Spaceape's focus on making electronic music influenced by Haitian sounds, which he deftly explored on 'Xorcism'. This EP continues the duo's highl...view item »

Cooly G
Wait ‘Til Night

'Wait 'Til Night' is the follow-up to dubstep artist Cooly G's debut record, 'Playin' Me'. In a surprising turn of events, the record sees Cooly G take on an R&B influence, diminishing the eerie, twilit club vibe of her first record and her DJ sets (as evidenced by the dancefloor-ready dubstep she threw in to her Boiler Room set). ...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 »

DJ Rashad
I Don’t Give A Fuck EP

FOOTWORK! DAYUM! DJ Rashad hits us with a new 12” on Hyperdub that kicks out with a bleepy note vs. bassline jam topped with seasoned abusive vocal samples. The lad don’t give a fuck etc. Next up is a collab with Spinn t...view item »

Decadubs 4 EP

You'll recognise a lot of 'Decadubs 4' if you've heard 'Hyperdub 10.3', the latest birthday party CD from the renowned post-dubstep and electronic label. This vinyl-only sibling collects the ambient moments present on the CD, making true on its intention to look at the beatless landscape Burial championed early in his career. Hyperdub soundscape...view item »

Hyperdub 10.3

There's quite a few artists to run down on this here compilation from Hyperdub, the label that started as a small dubstep imprint in 2000 and has grown to be one of the most prominent resources in electronic music out there. They've traversed the esoteric dubstep of Burial, the pioneering footwork of the late DJ Rashad, the fragmented compo...view item »

Hyperdub 10.2

After Hyperdub's first compilation of 10th anniversary dancefloor heaters, ‘Hyperdub 10.2’ features some of the label's best songs of the last five years or so.  The album is laced with brand new cuts from Kode9, Cooly G, Morgan Zarate feauring. Eska and Ghostface Killah, Jessy Lanza, Dean Blunt & Inga Copeland, and DVA feat...view item »

Position EP

‘Position’ kicks things off with rough kicks and snares that sound like they've been created in a foundry, mixed into rolling kicks lifted from a crumbling drum machine and vocals sliced and diced into sharp hallucinatory rhythms. ‘Praxis’ sounds like a track that could have come from her groundbreaking ‘Contact, Wa...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 »

Serious Business EP

Flowdan, who you may remember from such The Bug slammers as ‘Skeng’ and ‘Fat Mac’, brings out his first solo EP, backed by producers including Coki, Masro, Footsie, and indeed his old friend The Bug. Flowdan ...view item »

Decadubs 2 EP

Fuck me. I do not like so much this “footwerk” they have these days. Or Duke. M. Paradinas patiently explaining the subtle differences between these Chicago-derived splinter genres a couple of years ago did little to enlighten me, just confused me further. The only album I've been able to stand more than 10 minute of was the...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 »

Hyperdub 10.1

Hyperdub celebrate their 10 year anniversary in 2014, and are putting out a set of releases to celebrate. 10.1 compiles tracks that highlights the more directly dance-themed side of the label, with mostly brand new material from the likes of Ikonika, Burial, and label boss Kode9...view item »

DJ Rashad
Rollin EP

Can't say a bad thing about the EP, bought the digital then had to get the hardcopy! Anyone new to Juke / Footwork would love this, very soulful, RIP Rashad....view item »

Laurel Halo
Behind The Green Door EP

First Jim Lowe, The Cramps then Shakin' Stevens and now Laurel Halo is having a thing with the green door. I think it's probably safe to say that gigging with her Hyperdub label mates has rubbed off on Miss Halo. For her dreamy, experimental, ethereal future cyber-pop...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 »

Xingfu Lu / Kan

Apologies to Kode9 and Hyperdub but I’m trying to get this review done before I go to the toilet. I’ve been wanting to go since about 8am - that’s about three and a half hours ago - so as you can imagine things are starting to get urgent. I learnt yesterday...view item »

Laurel Halo
Sunlight On The Faded / Dub

Another one I’m supposed to like but I’m just not sure about. It’s all a bit ‘safe’ isn’t it? Her voice has quite a bit of the Sade about it. Has no-one else picked up on this? I’ve not seen anyone else say such a thing. Do I have different ears than e...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 »

Morgan Zarate
Hookid EP

This dude drums in that Spacek band, like. Can't remember if I've ever heard them but there you go. In recent times he's produced the likes of Ghostface Killah, which means a fair bit more to me. If you're a friend of Dennis, you're a friend of mine. This 12" precedes the forthcoming Hyperdub album and I'm thinking it's really quite excellent. I...view item »

Return EP

Flying Lotus' right hand man Samiyam has a 12" out on Kode 9's Hyperdub label and his sound isn't quite what you expect from Hyperdub although it does fit. The Return EP sound is like a more 8-bit sounding cross between J Dilla and Flying Lotus. Once you get your head around it it's actually quite a fresh sound that I suspect would work a lot ...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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