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1. PIPS026 - Komon - So Easy - forthcoming Apple Pips(clip)

PIPS026 - Komon - So Easy - forthcoming Apple Pips(clip)

PIPS026 - Komon - So Easy - forthcoming Apple Pips - 9/12/2013 Fresh from his brilliant release on Aus Music ‘Walk The Walk’, Komon returns to Apple Pips once again to indulge his love of garage & house with a pair of utterly future-minded steppers that meld the fun-loving qualities of his productions with the most addictive kind of swing. “So Easy” kicks the record off in sassy fashion with a limber turn that matches the crisp 2-step swagger with slick dashes of melody and vocal sharpened to a fine point to accentuate the groove, like all good garage content should. The bass line meanwhile wobbles in perfect semblance with the beat, hitting every conceivable spot for a straight-up dancefloor burner.

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2. PIPS025 - Arkist - Summer Shimmer - forthcoming Apple Pips (clip)

PIPS025 - Arkist - Summer Shimmer -  forthcoming Apple Pips (clip)

PIPS025 - Arkist - Summer Shimmer ft. Lee Risdale - forthcoming Apple Pips 4/11/2013 In a flurry of melodic energy like only he can whip up, Apple Pips mainstay Arkist returns with two assured cuts that perfectly build on the strengths he has always displayed for killer production and mean hooks. While his previous turns for the label “Rendezvous” and “Fill Your Coffee” made a devastating impact when they dropped back in 2011, this new pair of tracks sees one of Bristol’s finest further broadening his sonic palette with a wild array of cues feeding into an undeniably fresh end result. “Summer Shimmer” is a synth-heavy throwdown that rests on top of a steady-ticking arpeggio, live guitar chops & a crisp disco beat. Cheeky bass licks only accentuate the funk on the lead in, but it’s all a precursor for the dynamic twists and turns the track whips round, from bittersweet piano chords to snarling filter sweeps, starlit strafes to Moog-ish growls. Both wildly imaginative and utterly instantaneous at the same time, it’s everything you expect of Arkist but rendered in a completely new way.

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3. Trevino - Indulge - Apple Pips (clip)

Trevino - Indulge - Apple Pips (clip)

Freshness from Trevino aka Marcus Intalex forthcoming on Apple Pips 17/9/2012 - Appleblim is proud to present one of his favourite tracks form one of his favourite producers - 'Indulge' shows Marcus's versatility...gentle undulating melodic stabs seem to weave together for an age before hydraulic bursts of wavejumper bass start to fill the gaps...

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4. PIPS022 - Appleblim - Fluorescent - forthcoming Apple Pips (clip)

PIPS022 - Appleblim - Fluorescent - forthcoming Apple Pips (clip)

PIPS022 - Appleblim - Fluorescent - forthcoming Apple Pips - rel. 10/6/2013 With this record Appleblim kickstarts a new chapter in his musical evolution, setting a promising precedent for both club-baiting dynamism and experimental adventure while busting the possibilities for the future wide open. “Fluorescent” represents the ‘Blim at his most jovial, tapping into the pure pleasure hit of sun-kissed house music whilst bolstering the more immediate elements of the track with subtle flecks of sound design and a deft application of punch and swing. While the main hook may take its time to reveal itself through the swathes of dubby texture, once it hits it feels like an overwhelming swell of good vibes. Even as the chirpy first refrain melts away into an ambient breakdown before getting switched up for an edgier tone, the fist-shaking vibrancy of the track refuses to let go.

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5. PIPS022 - Appleblim - Fluorescent - forthcoming Apple Pips (clip)

  • Published: 2013-05-03T11:53:31Z
  • By Appleblim
PIPS022 - Appleblim - Fluorescent - forthcoming Apple Pips (clip)

With this record Appleblim kickstarts a new chapter in his musical evolution, setting a promising precedent for both club-baiting dynamism and experimental adventure while busting the possibilities for the future wide open. “Fluorescent” represents the ‘Blim at his most jovial, tapping into the pure pleasure hit of sun-kissed house music whilst bolstering the more immediate elements of the track with subtle flecks of sound design and a deft application of punch and swing. While the main hook may take its time to reveal itself through the swathes of dubby texture, once it hits it feels like an overwhelming swell of good vibes. Even as the chirpy first refrain melts away into an ambient breakdown before getting switched up for an edgier tone, the fist-shaking vibrancy of the track refuses to let go.

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6. PIPPED 001 - Komon & Appleblim - Silencio - Prins Thomas Remiks

PIPPED 001 - Komon & Appleblim - Silencio - Prins Thomas Remiks

PIPPED 001 - Komon & Appleblim - Prins Thomas Remiks - forthcoming 4/11/2013 PIPPED is a new label from Appleblim set up to explore new avenues and directions & get some exciting sounds out there quicker. Coming on special one-sided handstamped vinyl, we are very proud to present the first release, a stonking disco boogie rework of Komon & Appleblim's 'Silencio' by none other than Prins Thomas. Ever since hearing his amazing work with Lindstrom and the killer remixes of Hatchback, Studio, LCD Soundsytem & Toby Tobias, to name a few, it has been a dream to hook something up with him - so here it is, get your heads down and boogie!

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7. Arkist - Fill Your Coffee - PIPS015

Arkist - Fill Your Coffee - PIPS015

killa g-funk cosmic spaced-out boogie for dis generaaaaation!!

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8. PIPS022 - Appleblim - Past Present Future - forthcoming Apple Pips (clip)

PIPS022 - Appleblim - Past Present Future - forthcoming Apple Pips (clip)

PIPS022 - Appleblim - Past Present Future - forthcoming Apple Pips - rel. 10/6/2013 With this record Appleblim kickstarts a new chapter in his musical evolution, setting a promising precedent for both club-baiting dynamism and experimental adventure while busting the possibilities for the future wide open. In the true spirit of diversity, “Past Present Future” plots a very different path into broken beats and experimental tones that engender a meditative headspace from the outset. The rhythm may be rock solid, but the plush chords that judder and stretch through a wealth of processing send the mind spinning in a myriad of directions. There’s a whisper of electro about the whipcrack of the drums, while the plaintive bass anchors the mix with measured precision, but truthfully the track surges into its own unchartered realm as soon as the staggered kick takes hold. By the time the delicate sprinkles of acid meld with starlit synthesis and reach ever further space-wards, the past reference points have become irrelevant and all that can be felt is the shock of the present.

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9. Komon & Appleblim - Gas Jam - PIPS021 - clip

Komon & Appleblim - Gas Jam - PIPS021 - clip

Apple Pips presents - Komon & Appleblim - Gas Jam - PIPS021 - rel. 18/3/2013 ’Gas Jam’ is a bassline-led roller with a nod to both classic UK Garage & the futuristic house & techno vibes of UK bass music. Getting dropped on Rinse FM on both the Marcus Nasty & Hypercolour shows, & with Eats Everything & Carl Craig supporting it already you can hear why it appeals to open minded and diverse DJs..

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10. Trevino - Under Surveillance - Apple Pips (clip)

Trevino - Under Surveillance - Apple Pips (clip)

Freshness from Trevino aka Marcus Intalex forthcoming 17/9/2012 - 'Under Surveillance', is an almost lost classic, its dystopian sci-fi stepping rhythm combining with claustrophobic synths spraying all over the gaff! Proper head nod biz, which hints at the feelings induced at the early DMZ parties...bassweight, meditation...

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11. PIPS026 - Komon - Cosmic John - forthcoming Apple Pips (clip)

PIPS026 - Komon - Cosmic John - forthcoming Apple Pips (clip)

PIPS026 - Komon - Cosmic John - forthcoming Apple Pips - 18/11/2013 **Already receiving BBC Radio 1 Friday night plays from Skream & Benga** Fresh from his brilliant release on Aus Music ‘Walk The Walk’, Komon returns to Apple Pips once again to indulge his love of garage & house with a pair of utterly future-minded steppers that meld the fun-loving qualities of his productions with the most addictive kind of swing. “Cosmic Jon” comes on tender at first as delicate trickles of melody and warm bass interweave around a simple kick, clap and hat pattern. Of course it can’t stay too civilised for long, and sure enough some rude bottom end grind comes bowling in and the beat starts twitching in earnest. It’s a set of drums that reside at the housier end of the garage spectrum, but shuffle and swing they do all the same, while all around a rich tapestry of keys inject the soul into the track. With some choice spiritual guidance intoned in the vocal sample, “Cosmic Jon” makes for a truly uplifting slice of contemporary 4x4 business.

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12. Ramadanman & Appleblim - Justify - PIPS007

Ramadanman & Appleblim - Justify - PIPS007

Our first collaboration, top top vibes in the studio and I think we did OK with this one! On some funked out technoid string-plucking 2-step mashing Maurizio rinse-out....Out to the artichoke basket massive!

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13. Komon & Appleblim - Silencio - PIPS021 - clip

Komon & Appleblim - Silencio - PIPS021 - clip

Apple Pips presents - Komon & Appleblim - Silencio - PIPS021 - rel. 18/3/2013 ’Silencio’ shimmers and shines on a glooped-out Balearic/kosmiche beat, an 80s soul soundsystem bassline funks on through and leads you into a woozy blissed out climax…slo-mo house/bass Balearic bizniss…

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14. PIPS020 - Phat Chex - Can't Stop - forthcoming Apple Pips (clip)

PIPS020 - Phat Chex - Can't Stop - forthcoming Apple Pips (clip)

PIPS020 - Phat Chex - Can't Stop - forthcoming Apple Pips rel. 26/11/2012 'Can't Stop' has been a mainstay of Appleblim's sets for some time now. The broken techno rhythms, chopped breaks and experimental sound design combine to deadly effect, rolling and building to an ambient breakdown that seems to last an age...before the smoke clears and the choppiest teched-out riff emerges and takes all and sundry with it...this track is a real trip, and never fails to amaze on the dancefloor...for fans of 2562, T++, Surgeon, Ancient Methods...

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15. October & Borai - Didn't Mean To - PIPS016 (Apple Pips) clip

October & Borai - Didn't Mean To - PIPS016 (Apple Pips) clip

PIPS016 Ocotber & Borai 'Didn't Mean To / Palmarosa' release date: 28/5/2012 distribution: S.T. Holdings Established Bristol producers October & Borai come with a sublime release for Apple Pips, 'Didn't Mean To' is a shimmering, warm, slo-mo deep house workout, with rainforest noises, washes of analogue synths, killer 80s drum fills, and a subbed out bassline...what more could you want!

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16. PIPS025 - Arkist - Whipper Snapper - forthcoming Apple Pips (clip)

PIPS025 - Arkist - Whipper Snapper - forthcoming Apple Pips (clip)

PIPS025 - Arkist - Whipper Snapper - forthcoming Apple Pips 4/11/2013 In a flurry of melodic energy like only he can whip up, Apple Pips mainstay Arkist returns with two assured cuts that perfectly build on the strengths he has always displayed for killer production and mean hooks. While his previous turns for the label “Rendezvous” and “Fill Your Coffee” made a devastating impact when they dropped back in 2011, this new pair of tracks sees one of Bristol’s finest further broadening his sonic palette with a wild array of cues feeding into an undeniably fresh end result. “Whipper Snapper” comes loping in on a piano jazz refrain that instantly promises a one-of-a-kind jam that lives and breathes with the quality of true musicianship. The chords range and nudge with the natural lilt of a hand played instrument, while around it a peppy concoction of swung house keeps the groove moving. An ostentatious breakdown takes away all the immediacy of the track, only to rebuild it in a wholly new way led by a warm synth line and sizzling drums, all but leaving the hook of the start of the tune behind and charging onto pastures new. Some things in life though are too irresistible to not return to, and sure enough the climax of the tune is an effervescent return to that raunchy keys workout.

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17. Behling & Simpson - Tape Hiss - forthcoming Apple Pips (clip)

Behling & Simpson - Tape Hiss - forthcoming Apple Pips (clip)

Behling & Simpson - Tape Hiss - forthcoming on Apple Pips - rel. 22/10/2012 Behling & Simpson are Bristol house and bass dons, getting love from everyone from Jackmaster, Eats Everything, Hackman, Om Unit, to A Love From Outer Space & Rob DA Bank 'Tape Hiss' takes its time to build around warm hissing percussion and trippy synth burblings, before the deepest Reese bassline this side of 'Just Another Chance' slinks in and causes maximum dancefloor bother! As heard on Rinse FM played by Numbers crew's inimitable Jackmaster, and Appleblim's Boiler Room mix...

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18. Appleblim & Ramadanman 'Justify' (Will Saul & Mike Monday Remix) - Apple Pips

  • Published: 2009-05-18T22:07:24Z
  • By willsaul
Appleblim & Ramadanman 'Justify' (Will Saul & Mike Monday Remix) - Apple Pips

Forthcoming remix for Laurie & David. Big up the Bristol massive!

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19. Behling & Simpson - Where The Oh's - forthcoming Apple Pips (clip)

Behling & Simpson - Where The Oh's - forthcoming Apple Pips (clip)

Behling & Simpson - Where The Oh's - forthcoming on Apple Pips rel. 22/10/2012 Bristol-based Behling & Simpson come correct for Apple Pips with two slices of cavern-deep, slo-mo tripped out bass-led housey doings.. Where The Oh's glides along on a rolling, endlessly chugging beat, with glacial synth sweeps, dubbed out finger clicks, treated vox and sub bass stabs slowing cutting through the mix... Getting love from everyone from Eats Everything, Jackmaster, Rob Da Bank & Hackman, to Om Unit, A Love From Outer Space and more...

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20. Gatekeeper - Atmosphere Processor - PIPS017 (clip)

Gatekeeper - Atmosphere Processor - PIPS017 (clip)

Cheeky little taster of Gatekeeper's forthcoming release on Apple Pips, due on 30/4/2012, Atmosphere Processor is a stunning combo of dusty vintage synth pads, chopped breaks, and deadly deep subs - proper Theo Parrish meets Steve Gurley down Metalheadz vibes on this one! (in my head anyway!)

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