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Delroy Edwards & Dean Blunt
Desert Sessions

Dean Blunt is known for his genre-hopping and maverick approach to making music. He was previously one half of the duo Hype Williams. Delroy Edwards is from L.A. but now lives in New York and has previously work with Ron Morelli, found of the L.I.E.S. label. The pair met in the desert for a musical face-off in 2017. Here, in these grooves is what went down. LP on L.A. Club Resource.
  • Vinyl LP (LACR 024)
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Delroy Edwards
Rio Grande

The mischievous and beyond contempt house star Delroy Edwards has got an expansive new record of lo-fi funk hits in store for you with Rio Grande. This release via L. A. Club collects five in particular that reflect the interdisciplinary sleaze he so proudly trades in; it sounds like he's buffering a motel.
  • Vinyl 12" (LACR023)
  • £8.49 £6.37 (saving: £2.12)
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Delroy Edwards
Hangin' At The Beach

Delroy Edwards’ new full-length for L.A. Club Resource is very much a full-length: it contains thirty tracks over two LPs. That gives the man plenty of time to play around with his different influences and approaches: lots of lo-fi synth jams and punkish dance tracks to enjoy here. Hangin’ On The Beach is released by L.A. Club Resource.

Various
LACR013

Chicago house compilation on L.A. Club Resource; Delroy Edwards’ label. Featured artists include Wrecking Project, Blacktail and Innstyter as well an exclusive beat groove by Gene Hunt. Expect trashy, fuzzed out, grainy and distorted drum machines pushing their shuffles and grooves to the absolute max.
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Innsyter
Poison Life

L.A. Club Resource press this surreal and melancholic vinyl LP of electronic music. Poison Life is the debut album from Innsyter and strikes a strange and unique balance between raw electronics and pop structures. This Sao Paulo resident flips between lo-fi house and rough post-punk completely seamlessly.
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Lil Noid
Paranoid Funk

Lil Noid’s 1995 album Paranoid Funk is seeing reissue! Crucial Memphis rap famed both within the scene and without: interesting to hear how vividly it parallels with some contemporary trap sounds. The full ten tracks, reissued in a limited edition by the L.A. Club Resource label. Vinyl LP complete with original stark sleeve art.
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Delroy Edwards
Kickin' Butts!! EP

Los Angeles native Delroy Edwards moved to New York aged eighteen where he spent his time working at A1 Records with the founder of Long Island Electrical Systems (aka L.I.E.S) Ron Morelli. ‘Kickin’ Butts!’ is a minimal EP with a lot of attitude, some Scarface samples, lo-fi characteristics and swirling phasers underpinned by dynamic hip hop rhythms.
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Shawty Pimp (featuring Red Dog)
Comin' Real Wit It


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  • L.A. Club Resource

Gene Hunt
Freddy's Dead

Eerie Nightmare on Elm Street themed Chicago house from the golden age of raw and jackin’ drum machines. Protege of Chicago legend Ron Hardy, Gene Hunt blends a love of disco and reel to reel editing, complete mastery of the Roland 909 and an ear for unforgettable synth lines. The vinyl 12” comes complete with Freddy Krueger on the cover and on the B-side another glorious unreleased song from the same period.
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  • L.A. Club Resource

Zipcode
Zipcode EP

Zipcode is better known as house auteur Vereker.  Here he turns his attention to some very dark and murky techno compositions. The thump of the snare is unstoppable and is joined by weird voice samples and eerie atmospherics. If Hype Williams made techno, it might sound like this. On Delroy Edwards' L.A. Club Resource.
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Delivery
Drama

Delivery is actually a new name for an old favourite: it's Greg Shin, don't you know, figurehead of all things industrial, making his debut under a completely different alias. A cyber-punk feel permeates through his 12", entitled 'Drama', which is coming out on the L. A. Club Resource fronted by the deep house kid Delroy Edwards.
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DJ Harlow
Waxwork

Rough and raw club music from the unknown quantity DJ Harlow. Waxwork is frantic and busy but with a real ear for negative space. Fuzzed out tape sound phase in and out of earshot as clickity clackity hi hats dance across the waveform, all held together by a pummeling kick drum that causes earthquakes on the dancefloor. Out on 12” vinyl from L.A Club Resource.
  • Vinyl 12" (LACR002)
  • £13.49 £6.75 (saving: £6.74)
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  • Last copy
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