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Last few copies of this under-the-radar garage bomb from quartermaster Daphni.

Manix back with the same twenty-year-old hard-core shit on Reinforced like he’d just popped out for Rizla. Marc Mac at the controls. Thrilling stuff. Five ribbits.

Fine blend of dubstep, UK garage and vintage techno.

Murderous MMM disco-house — sharp and succinct, witty and hedonistic — fore-grounding the soulfulness of the Tshetsha’s singing. The OA is a cavernous, atmospheric, stately steppers.

Swelling out of thin air like a monstrous child of Krautrock — immense, propulsive, minimal — with a Mala remix which ratchets up the open-air drama and dread.

Such a great year for the label, captured here — perfect party-tape business.

Rough dubstep from the Hard Wax milieu — rudeboy, heavy, old-school, DMZ business. Third release by the label: all of them are here, and warmly recommended.

The two dubstep pioneers at the top of their game. Truly an album, the music is multi-levelled — dark as anything at times, but engrossingly varied and emotionally shaded, always on the move.

Extra to the LP, with a magnificent, epic, head-scrambling remix, more spaced and spooked than the original. Shackleton’s dream liturgy fully unfolds — an eerie, garbled sublimity, a kind of black-magic plainsong.