Bleep Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records
Zap Francis is an enigmatic character, so much so that his label, Bleep, know very little about him. The tracks from this eponymous 12” were first heard when rapper and producer, Black Milk gave them a spin during his set at the Boiler Room. He also gave little detail about their origin. Once you’ve heard these 6 tracks of instrumental hip-hop your life will be divided into a time before Zap Francis and a time after Zap Francis.
Spaces is the solo project of John Flynn, also of Ordinate. This is the follow up to the One EP (obviously) a year ago. Filled with 128 bpm clangs and scrapes which is just as interesting to sit down and pick apart as it is to shuffle along to. This also includes a remix From SND’s Mark Fell. Bringing his inimitable percussion groove shifting style into the mix.
- Vinyl 12" (BLP006)
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- Limited edition
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Some intercontinental music making from Nozinja / Tessela. Wa Chacha is the new double A from these two contrasting producers. After a single drink they hit the studio to make these two opposing cuts, with Nozinja supplying the track and them both having a pop at producing their own version of it. Nozinja goes for the up-tempo Afro-centric percussive electronics, whilst Tessela slows it down and strips it back. Out on 12" vinyl from Bleep.
Dubstep moper-turned-techno mogul Untold continues his conquering of pitch black dancefloors on this 12" supported by Marcel Dettmann remixing. It's that horn track. You know, THAT one? Though Howard Shore this is not - expect seething percussive loops and synths that kind of remind you of horns but also kind of remind you of torture.
New on Bleep is this debut EP from fresh electronic face Spaces. Mixing crisp programmed rhythms and dirty compressed textures, with these four tracks taking you through slicing bassline, electro-funk, glitch and broken techno before easing us out with some kaleidoscopic ambient techno, Spaces promises to be one to look out for in the future.
- Vinyl Double LP (BLP10LP001)