Various ‎– 5 Years Of Hyperdub

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King Midas Sound Meltdown 4:28
Kode9 Time Patrol 5:09
Darkstar (6) Aidy's Girl's A Computer 5:11
Samiyam Roller Skates 2:19
Flying Lotus Disco Balls 2:33
Black Chow Purple Smoke 3:25
Burial Fostercare 5:32
Cooly G Weekend Fly 4:23
Zomby Tarantula 4:05
Martyn Mega Drive Generation 6:19
LV* Turn Away 4:14
Mala (4) Level Nine 4:49
LD* Shake It 6:13
Quarta 330* Bleeps From Outer Space 5:23
Ikonika Sahara Michael 4:23
Joker (5) Stash 4:36
Kode9 9 Samurai 3:41
Burial South London Boroughs 5:07
Kode9 Bad 5:12
The Bug Money Honey (Remix) 4:54
LV* Globetrotting 3:38
Burial Distant Lights 5:24
Kode9 Ghost Town 4:21
Kode9 Fukkaz 4:58
Samiyam Return 3:07
Darkstar (6) Need You 6:05
Zomby Spliff Dub 3:32
Ikonika Please 4:36
Zomby Kaliko 3:56
2000F* You Don’t Know What Love Is 5:47
Joker (5) Digidesign 4:11
Kode9 9 Samurai (Quarta330 Remix) 5:29

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HDBCD005, HDBCD 005 Various 5 Years Of Hyperdub(32xFile, MP3, Comp, 320) Hyperdub, Hyperdub HDBCD005, HDBCD 005 UK 2009
HDBCD005 Various 5 Years Of Hyperdub(2xCD, Comp) Hyperdub HDBCD005 UK 2009 Sell This Version
HDBCD005, BRHD005 Various 5 Years Of Hyperdub(2xCD, Comp) Hyperdub, Beat Records HDBCD005, BRHD005 Japan 2009 Sell This Version
HDBCD005 Various 5 Years Of Hyperdub(2xCD, Comp) Hyperdub HDBCD005 UK 2009 Sell This Version

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tr6y

tr6y

June 10, 2016
referencing 5 Years Of Hyperdub, 2xCD, Comp, HDBCD005
When is Fostercare being pressed on vinyl?...
It needs its own vinyl press...
Headphone_Commute

Headphone_Commute

December 12, 2009
referencing 5 Years Of Hyperdub, 2xCD, Comp, HDBCD005
Being the first one alphanumerically, it’s kind of difficult to skip a compilation celebrating the fifth anniversary of one of the most influential labels of dubstep – Hyperdub. Across two discs and 32 tracks, the owner of the label, Steve Goodman, aka Kode9, compiles many of the past 12″ and some unreleased tracks in a variety of genres, such as dub, garage, grime, dancehall, house, and of course dubstep. Here are more than just a few stylistic pioneers like Burial, The Bug, Flying Lotus, Martyn, Rustie, Zomby, King Midas Sound, Joker and of course Kode9 himself. The first disc contains all new material from the label, while the second disc includes the highlights and the essentials of the last five years. More than just a collector’s release, this double-disc unmixed marker in time, simply titled 5 Years of Hyperdub, is an essential addition for any serious bass head.
endless.summer81

endless.summer81

December 11, 2009
referencing 5 Years Of Hyperdub, 2xCD, Comp, HDBCD005
A thoroughly comprehensive selection from Hyperdub's first five years. 32 tracks that catalogue the label from it's ambitious initial steps into the world of dubstep, right up to their equally enjoyable current activity.

Fans of the labels earliest output will be pleased to see that Kode9, The Spaceape and Burial represent on nine of the tracks. Even more pleasing is how tracks like 'Fukkaz' and 'South London Boroughs' still sound so fresh and raw after all this time.

However fans looking for newer material will be equally delighted with what is on offer here.

Samiyam, Joker, Ikonika, Zomby, LV, Darkstar and Quarta 330 all chip in with two tunes each. It’s impossible to compare such artists, but rest assured, they contribute their very best to this album.

Industry heavyweights such as Cooly G, Flying Lotus, Mala, Martyn (who is doing Fabric 50 – you heard it here first), King Midas Sound (Kode9’s new project) and The Bug also put tunes forward toward this album.

My personal highlight is ‘You Don’t Know What Love Is’ by 2000F & J Kamata. It’s almost impossible to compare with anything else I’ve ever heard. Dubstep mixed with vocoders and over-charged eighties synth sounds. There’s no other way to describe it – it sounds like a terrible mix but I’m not the first person to say that it’s the most glorious tune you’ll hear all year.

Essentially, if you haven’t heard of Hyperdub before, now is your chance to experience what you’ve been missing. If you have, then this album still has a lot to offer you.