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Sine Language LP [Subtitles]

After something of a period of hibernation in the wake of Calyx & Teebee’s latest album for Ram Records, Teebee’s Subtitles imprint returns in style with a massive compilation album representing all the styles of D&B. While not all the tracks are outstanding (Ulterior Motive’s Gang Rule is a bit of a let down compared to most of their material), there are more than enough top class beats here to be worthy of your attention.

Among the best tracks are the warped, hefty tech of Calyx & Teebee’s Human Reptile remix, the atmospheric drumfunk of Fanu’s Rendlesham and the epic, majestic beauty of Seba’s Under The Sun (which is without a doubt the best liquid tune you’ll hear this year). There’s also plenty on show for the deep heads, with tracks from ASC, Blocks & Escher and Mark System all tripping the leftfield path.

Check out the beats below and grab yourself a copy on vinyl, CD or digital from Surus now.

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In The Mix…Stealth

Stealth presents the latest episode of the Subtitles Music podcast, dropping a tidy selection of beats from the likes of Hybris, Ulterior Motive, Enei, Octane & DLR, Icicle and Ivy Lab. Deep, dark and rolling, just how we like it!

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Classic Track: Chris.Su – Solaris Theme

Chris.Su’s Solaris Theme still holds its own as one of the most memorable tracks from the Subtitles back catalogue. Fusing liquid sensibilities with slightly darker neurofunk elements and making excellent use of samples from Soderbergh’s film, the track is as infectious as it is understated. The build up is hauntingly beautiful, Natasha McElhone’s voice echoing through the mix – “Don’t you love me anymore?” – and when the drop hits, soaring synths combine with a bassline with just enough teeth to produce a weighty roller imbued with a kind of muted, melancholic euphoria. Classic!

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jm8DrVjhRdY]

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In The Mix…Klute

Klute gets behind the decks to deliver the 14th entry in the Sun & Bass podcast series, mixing up a fine selection of beats from Critical, CIA, Subtitles and Innerground alongside a healthy spread of tunes from his own Commercial Suicide imprint. Techy vibes with a hint of depth and a wealth of character. Check out the mix below and watch out for the Sun & Bass lineup dropping very soon!

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