Mighty stretched chords, rewinds and loads of space...
Utterly classic 1995 dub techno from Kim Rapatti.
Surely the most sumptuous and moving track in the Basic Channel catalogue.
It's all about that incredible valve organ and staggered kickdrum...
Splintered dub tape loops and strangely coherent edits from Sasu Ripatti.
Broken beat meets dub techno from A Made Up Sound, aka 2562.
Rhythm & Sound covered it - this version is as dark and wonderful as it gets
A Soundsystem killer from low-end scientist Ralph Cumbers.
Unbelievably heavy narrative reduction from Brendon Moeller's Beat Pharmacy
Long and immersive floating dub - an early track from Deadbeat's Scott Monteith.
Woozy digital roots from the ever-wonderful Hyperdub imprint.
Reflective dub chords with a melancholy nod to Sly & Robbie...
The 'Official' Basic Channel DJ team - with a deep techno/dub masterclass.
All klangy percussion and endless delays - a deadly slow-builder.