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Various (Overlook, Pessimist, Mønic, Grebenstein)
Themes & Variations

Mønic’s Osiris Music (Kryptic Minds, Kamikaze Space Programme) drop four tracks that map out some different kinds of weightiness currently popular in the clubsphere. Overlook continues to impress with the nightmarish D n’ B of ‘Former Self’; Pessimist’s ‘Indigo’ is an eerie bit of soundsystem techno that would sound great soundtracking an episode of Black Mirror. The flipside sees the label boss deliver two wedges of dark, dubby almost-techno, the second of which is a Grebenstein collaboration.
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Mønic
Deep Summer / Burial Remix

To mark the 50th release on his Osiris Music label, Simon Shreeve goes under his Mønic alias for this two tracker. Low down and spacious, vocal led Deep Summer is already one to float away to, but it’s only gone and been remixed by Burial, making this somewhat of a masterclass in downtempo atmospherics.

Overlook
Never Understand EP

Overlook continues to prove that he’s one of the most exciting voices to emerge in d&b and jungle in recent years. Never Understand is yet another EP of dark-as-owt soundsystem fodder from the Bournemouth native. While ‘Down The Rabbit Hole’ and ‘Residual’ are murky bangers ala Dub Phizix, Overlook shows his range with the Deapmash-style title track and the droning synth ambience of closer ‘Crisis’.

The Things They Left Behind
Life Through Sepia

Osiris continue to defy categorisation with their latest release: the woozy dub inflections of Life Through Sepia from debutantes The Things They Left Behind. Hazy spoken word samples juxtapose with sparkling synth melodies. On the flip, '68' posits tangential tones alongside a serious groove with loud, crisp snares. Tschhhh....
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Mønic
Regret Was Never So Sure / (Regis Version)

To continue the 50th release celebrations down at Osiris, label boss Simon Shreeve (Kryptic Minds) dons his Mønic hat for this three track EP including another big remix, this time from Regis (Downwards, Blackest Ever Black). With a halftime D’n’B title track following the cold desolate mechanics of Kryptic Minds backed with Regis’s 130bpm refit. All three tracks are ice cold.

Manni Dee
Dreams, Fears & Idols

Manni Dee proves he is not one for messing around with his new 12" Dreams, Fears & Idols out on Osiris Music. Punching you upfront and into the face, these rugged techno vibrations are dripping with nefarious terror, which will leave you convulsing and battered. One for the heads, Manni is the metaphysicist of the big-room.
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Pessimist
Pagans

After releases on labels such as Blackest Ever Black, Samurai and UVB-76 Bristol based drum and bass producer Pessimist brings his deep, dark and moody rhythms to the Osiris label with his latest EP Pagans. Brooding rolling subs and perfectly chest thumping kicks ride through showy ambience, a city at night.
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Icore
Substance From Shadow

Polyrhythmic signals from the tundra of a frozen planet. Ice cold granular drones slowly churn under snappy twisting kicks, hi-hats mechanical rimshots and electronic blurts. Dread-fill post techno from Icore’s debut release - five track EP Substance From Shadow now out via Osiris Music. So very cold, so very lonely.
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Amorce
Confounded

Chasmic and bleak, Amorce’s debut cassette is filled with distorted and decaying machinery and walls of shifting dystopian noise, breaking into crushed and rolling beats. For fans of the Blackest Ever Black label. Released on Osiris Music, run by Simon Shreeve (Kryptic Minds, Mønic, Dekota). Very limited, hand stamped.

Various
Open Water

Hand stamped and numbered, strictly limited to 320 copies. The ep’s opening salvo comes courtesy of Killawatt, who brings a dense combination of driving force and technical intricacy whilst Ipman imbues his version with urgent percussion and sense of cavernous tension. The second half of the release sees the debut of Osiris Music label owner Simon Shreeve’s Mønic project, the pummelling, cinematic sounds of which providing apt counterpoint to the staggered, churning techno of Metrist’s version which rounds up the ep. Tracks: 1 Killawatt - Open Water (Killawatt Version)2 Ipman - Open Water (Ipman Version)3 Monic - Open Water (Monic Version)4 Metrist - Open Water (Metrist Version)
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Dot Product
Dot Product

Dot Product find a home on the Osiris Music label with this self-titled vinyl LP of noisy, minimalist electronics and drone. The duo of Wedge and Kamikaze Space programme combine their skills to create sombre and abrasive dark-ambient soundscapes, with some playful humour in the track titles to lighten the mood a little.

Dot Product
2080

2080 is the latest nine-track release from Dot Product. Described as the ‘next logical step on a journey into uncharted sonic waters’, this release is a great combination of varying sounds and drones that are held together by a skilled level of musical architecture. A much more ‘grown-up’ sound than previous releases. 

Mønic
Human Pattern

Osiris Music UK number thirty nine sees label owner Simon Shreeve finally come to the fore with the first full solo release under his Mønic alias after a pair of successful outings on the Open Water and Habits EPs earlier this year. From the breathless opening charge of Bloodhound to the tense recesses of the title track which closes the EP, Human Pattern sees Mønic confidently steer both his personal sound and the overall aesthetic of the Osiris label deeper into the realm of experimental electronic music. Human Pattern comes housed in high quality 300 gram outer and inner sleeves, fully printed and adorned with artwork making this a special piece even by Osiris’ usual standards.

Various
Habits (Versions)

The Osiris label provides four like-minded artists to rework a piece of taut and anonymous techno. Varying components are drawn out from the mix as Mønic, Killawatt, Amorce and Oscar Mulero compete for the dankest and most economical sound. Each bring something different, but share a passion for ominous atmospherics and abrasive textures.
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  • Osiris Music

Sleeper
Simulation Theory

On this new extended play, Sleeper apparently experiments with the possibilities of FM synthesis. Luckily for us listeners, this has resulted in a consistent, thumping piece of heavy techno, where the bleeps that form melodies oscillate around steady beats. One serious effort for serious technoheads.
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  • Osiris Music

Kryptic Minds & Killawatt
No Fear Of Future


Kryptic Minds Ft. Alys Be
Time Flies


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  • Osiris Music