Karl O'Connor ‎– Post Crucifixion

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Contort ‎– CNTRT002
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Cassette, Limited Edition, Mixed, Numbered
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Edition of 125 copies housed in custom made packaging including an individually numbered card insert.
Recorded live 25.11.2012, Contort #4, Berlin.

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Shaneski75

Shaneski75

February 12, 2016
Dom & Optical - concrete shoes / quadrant six
Trace - Mutant Jazz remix
Ed Rush - the raven
Ed Rush - Skylab

Theres a few to get you started off the top of my dome - i need to have another listen to get more
djdirektinput

djdirektinput

November 2, 2015
finding a tracklist or someone knowledgeable of old school dnb and jungle would be the best id listing ever
Shaneski75

Shaneski75

June 19, 2015
Go to footlocker buy yourself a pair of industrial size white airmax and then mix with a smidge of moschino and get your oven ready 2 gas mark 5 then when the all the neighbours cry......... bun the place down
djseansv

djseansv

June 6, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
hype generated by..

Bookmat.. -_- give some copies to actual record stores.. (brick and mortar)
dionisisth

dionisisth

April 16, 2015
edited over 4 years ago

What's with the stupid prices allready?
Amazing mix tape ,reminiscent of the good old Ant-Zen..Still though sounds fresh and full of dynamics!
andrea_migliorati

andrea_migliorati

April 4, 2015
Killer Drum & Bass mix from Karl O’Connor / Regis - Edition of 125 copies housed in custom made packaging including an individually numbered card insert** Gird your loins: Karl O'Connor a.k.a. Regis turns out 70 minutes of thee sickest late '90s D&B on the 1st cassette from Sam and Hayley Kerridge's Contort label.

Practically kicking the heels of Sam's 2nd LP, 'Always Offended Never Ashamed', this recording was made on 12th November 2012 at a now-notorious session for the Berlin-based allday party-cum-imprint, revealing perhaps the biggest clue to O'Connor's recent taste for rolling sub-bass and broken rhythms in his own, post-Sandwell District productions. It's a flawless selection of circa '96-'98 D&B: that technofied hard-steppers sound best associated with No U-Turn, Moving Shadow, Prototype; all raging Reese bass, metallic breaks and spine-stiffening 2-step broken up with proper Bladerunner-esque breakdowns. Our nostalgia levels are thru the roof for this sound - much as we deeply love the whole run of '90s hardcore from earliest breaks thru the hyper-psychedelic collage of jungle and happy hardcore, it's this late '90s era - right before it tipped into big boy daftness - that gets us right *there*. Now, just put us in a stinking warehouse with a massive black rig and lock the doors.