A new Hyperdub release by Burial has surfaced after a record shop in Toronto sold five copies by mistake on Black Friday.
Featuring two tracks — 'Young Death' and 'Nightmarket' — and catalogued as HDB100, the 12" was delivered to Sonic Boom Records in a box marked "artist/title", shop buyer Blair Whatmore told Pitchfork.
Kode9 has broadcast his final Rinse FM show, ending a 13-year run on the London station.
The Hyperdub boss began as a host back in 2003, when Rinse was still a pirate station.
Label-affliate Cooly G was the last guest on Kode9's show, which broadcast on 9th October. The Hyperdub boss also paid tribute to the late great footwork pioneer, DJ Rashad, on what would have been his birthday.
Stream the show in full below.
Zomby has announced that he will release a full-length album via Kode9’s Hyperdub label, entitled ‘Ultra’, which will be released on 2nd September.
The album features collaborations with Burial, Darkstar, Rezzett, Hong Kong Express and Banshee, and is the first Zomby material since his ‘Let’s Jam’ EPs on XL Recordings last year. ‘Ultra’ will be preceded by the release of ‘Sweetz’, the track he made for the LP with Burial, which is due out on 10” vinyl on 29th July.
Outlook Festival has announced full details of its boat parties, for the event which is set to take place from Wednesday 31st August to Sunday 4th September. Tickets go on sale tomorrow (Thursday 2nd June).
The four days of raves on the Adriatic Sea begin on the second day of the festival, and will see the likes of Roni Size, Goldie, Doc Scott, Kode 9, Kahn and Neek, Youngsta, Noisia, Commodo and Channel One all performing or on deck.
Kode9 played his first BBC Radio 1 Residency show last night.
The Hyperdub boss took over the airwaves for an hour-long set that included tracks from stalwarts on the label’s roster such as ScratchaDVA, Terror Danjah as well as new material from Fatima Al Qadiri's upcoming second album 'Brute'.
Footwork was also well-represented with tracks by Jlin, DJ Taye & DJ Earl, DJ Spinn and DJ Taso all getting plays.
Kode9's seminal Hyperdub will make its Independent Label Market debut this summer, at London's Old Spitalfields Market.
Taking place on Saturday 12th July, the event aims to celebrate and support independent record labels — regardless of genre. Debuting alongside Hyperdub are Greco-Roman, eclectic operation Eglo and Nick Worthington's new label 37 Adventures.
London producer and DJ Ossie found his voice in the post-dubstep landscape of UK club culture, hooking up with Kode 9's Hyperdub for a couple of expansive broken beat influenced EPs in-between dropping the Detroit techno meets UK funky brilliance of 'Tarantula' on Lightworks.
Kode9’s seminal Hyperdub label celebrates 10 years of eclectic urban electronica this year, with no less than four compilation albums and a world tour.
Released on May 19th, the first compilation in the series, ‘Hyperdub 10.1’, will be split into two discs, representing the label's sound past and present.