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Bryan Kessler
10,000 Suns

After already having releases on Supermoll Musik and Ultimate Hits this year alone, Jackmaster has snatched Bryan Kessler up for his Numbers imprint. 10,000 Suns will feel right at home next to producers such as Sophie as it is a bizarre mix of hard techno and electro playfulness. And w...view item »

Adesse Versions

A wee bit of house for ya courtesy of Adesse Versions. Pride is menacing, bubbling, building house with some killer, ‘80s style female vocals and a dense piano line running through the track. Get your neon leggings on, you’re gonna be moving all night to this one. 12” vinyl with “...view item »


Sophie began making waves with last year's indispensable pop tune "Bipp", and the London-based producer returns now with "Lemonade", another slice of bizarre dance music with high-pitched vocals that reflect the naive and rapid-fire aesthetic of the PC Music label. Sophie is a producer who doesn't know or believe th...view item »

Lory D
Strange Days Vol.3

Some sonic mood construction from Lory D. Strange Days Vol.3 is the next instalment from the Italian producer. Pumping out his own brand of darkly italo tinged techno, these two tracks of full of acidic synthesizers, squelchy bass lines and jacking kicks, hats and snares. Lory knows how to get the intensi...view item »

Lory D
Strange Days Vol. 5

Italian pumping beatster Lorenzo D'Angelo aka Lory D is back on Numbers with the 5th (and possibly last??) record in the Strange Days series. There's a track called 'Deep Acoustic' on here - don't worry, he hasn't gone soft on you. This 12" is chock full of tracks showcasing his grinding take on the acid sound, trust us, th...view item »

Adesse Versions
That's What Friends Are For

The ever-reliable Numbers label release a tough vinyl 12” from Adesse Versions. These songs are tense and raw house tunes. But despite going to a lot of trouble to fill the dancefloor, That’s What Friends Are For is often downright weird. Like the early house experiments, this produc...view item »

Analog Fingerprints Vol. 1

Probably best known for his work in Tiger & Woods Marco Passarani has operated under many names - Analog Fingerprints, M-Chrome and PSS-2099 to name a few. Released on glaswegian label numbers Analog Fingerprints Vol. 1 boasts his crossover style of...view item »

Denis Sulta
It's Only Real

Denis Sulta is a techno-tastic Glaswegian on the up, now landing his first release with Numbers after acclaimed cuts on Dixon Avenue Basement Jams. Just one track here, but it’s all you’ll need, being heavily laden with both melodic synths and hard bouncing drum machines. It’s Only Real is presented as...view item »

DJ Deeon
Deeon Doez Deeon!

DJ Deeon isn’t released on Ghetto-House for nothing. Deeon Doez Deeon! features four remasters of some of his house-made-for-the-streets classics. These cuts are all about raw, funky house with a throbbing bass. They’ve earned their place in time with their analogue sweetness that still tastes like magic tod...view item »

Shattered In A Thousand Pieces

With previous notable releases on Bosconi, Wo Land and Don’t Be Afraid, Italian house producer Dukwa lays down some rich MPC driven tracks for his debut release for Numbers. Shattered In A Thousand Pieces boasts production that sits comfortably between Daft Punk and Motor City. A sampled and softe...view item »

Kornél Kovács
Radio Koko

Kornél Kovács, who co-runs the Studio Barnhus label, started out playing in clubs at the age of 14, making a name for himself by promoting parties and hosting his own, influential show ‘P3 Dans Show’ on Swedish radio. His unique brand of techno is full of character with a determined agenda to make people dance....view item »

Peder Mannerfelt

Fresh from a release on Joy Orbison/Will Bankhead’s Hinge Finger, Peder Mannerfelt hops over to Jackmaster’s Numbers for three curious slabs of sort-of-techno. The title track recalls the best bits of late-90s Eurodance as well as Peaches at her most brazen. Very coo...view item »


Sophie, aka London-based electro producer Samuel Long has released a compilation called Product. The first four tracks of which have previously appeared as two separate 12” singles. The album contains four more tracks however and MSMSMSM is one of them. It is backed Vyzee which also appears on ...view item »

Lory D
Strange Days Vol. 4

The prolific Italian producer unleashes a hefty dose of dark and experimental techno on the Numbers label. On Strange Days Vol. 4, Lory D borrows some glorious drum programming from techno’s Detroit golden age and then updates it with twisting acid basslines, abrasive melodies and distorte...view item »

Members of the House
Summer Nites (Kornel Kovacs Remix)

Underground Resistance affiliates Members Of The House get their vintage house tune Summer Nites remixed by Kornel Kovacs on this special little release. Just the one track on this 12”, but that’s all you need: you can spend the time the blank B-side takes to spin just conte...view item »


Redinho is funky fellow with an interest in all things... well, in all things.  His tunes are washed in bright sustained synths and bombastic percussion, taking influence from the sounds procured by artists working in grime and hip-hop. Whatever he's making, Redinho is maximal, sounding like a one man big band. Most of this self-titled...view item »


Taken from the end of SOPHIE’s recent singles collection PRODUCT, Just Like We Never Said Goodbye is a full-on electronic pop tune, with chirrupy vocals and lurching synth-lines. The whole business feels slightly off-kilter though, as if something about this isn’t quite right… That’s a ...view item »


Product is a compilation of the two 12” singles Sophie has recorded for Numbers along with four extra tracks including Just Like We Never Said Goodbye and MSMSMSM which were recorded for this release. Apparently, this CD will be issued in a jewel case surrounded by jelly-like moulded silicon...view item »

Signals / Tigress

Sparky heroically refers to his style as ‘GDM’, or ‘Glasgow Dance Music’. Signals / Tigress is a relatively rare release from the man, pairing one brand new track with the first-time release of an old track that he has been teasing club crowds with for a decade. Tight little 12” on Numbers....view item »

Portland - Tuff City Kids Remixes

Two brand new remixes of Sparky's eternal Numbers anthem ‘Portland’ by Tuff City Kids (Gerd Janson & Phillip Lauer). Having requested the parts of the original track, the intrepid duo travelled back in time to the year 1991, set up their samplers and got busy with the breakbeats and euphoric synth pads. Now firmly...view item »

Darq E Freaker

Some deep darkness from Darq E Freaker. Minger is the latest two tracker from the London producer. He's showing off his skills on this one, on the A he combines some grime-centric steal pan synths with some heavy 808s and a raved-up melody line - it most definitely kicks off. On the flip he's strippe...view item »

Unspecified Enemies
Everything You Did Has Already Been Done

Unspecified Enemies showcase some hyper, choppy beats on this 12” from Numbers record label; Everything You Did Has Already Been Done. There are tastes of jungle on this minimal techno lp but it keeps to its repetitive, dance floor beats by and large. For fans of Robert Hood and Underground Resistance...view item »

Deejay Deer

Where were you in '92? It doesn't matter because Deejay Deer will take you back with these euphoric pi-atii bangers. Deeply soulful & blissed out, Natur evokes the sound of house from its ravey heyday with bleeps, synths and samples more akin to the present. This 12" vinyl is out on Numbers. Some say he is an actual...view item »


Named after the town of fixies, tattoo sleeves with beards and organic coffee, Sparky’s debut track, recorded in 1998, is called Portland, and was released in 2002. Now if it wasn’t pressed only 500 times it wouldn’t be hip enough for the name it bears, but it was, so it is. And now here’s a remi...view item »

Doc Daneeka

Glasgow/London label collective Numbers announce their newest release and their second from the fast rising Welsh beatmaker known as Doc Daneeka. ’Treptow’, set for release on 9th June 2014, follows the breakthrough club anthem ‘Walk On In’ which rightly appeared in a swathe of end of year round-ups including Time...view item »


Epic synthesizers glide beatlessly to greet you as you drift toward a futuresque city above the clouds. The people here have never seen you before, but you are no stranger: this is your Return. You’re not dead, although your homecoming is made possible by one hell of a Deadboy. Thanks a bunch man....view item »