Nomine — Blind Man

Nomine returns with Blind Man, his fifth 12” for Tempa. What marks out Nomine’s takes on dubstep and techno is his innate ability to use subtle sonic gestures to create a massive physical and emotional impact: in his hands, a brief flicker of struck hand drums or a fragmentary drift of melody can hit you as hard as a two-ton heavy blast of sub-bass pressure.

Available April 13 on 12" vinyl and digital. Pre-order now on iTunes.


J:Kenzo — Urban Gorilla feat. Juiceman

The next release on Tempa marks the return of J:Kenzo, with Urban Gorilla, the dubstep firebrand’s first release since last year’s crushing Magneto 12”.

Listen to the lead track in full over at Data Transmission.


Proxima - Trapped

Presenting visuals for Proxima's Trapped — taken from his 2014 debut album on Tempa entitled 'Alpha' — animated by visual artist Rachel Noble.

Watch HERE (720p or greater strongly recommended)

Download Alpha on iTunes, Beatport, and all other stores.

Also available on CD and 2 x 12" vinyl from all good record stores.


Alex Coulton - Feb 2

Both tracks on Coulton’s debut Tempa 12” roll out around hypnotic, sidewinding rhythms, and intense percussive energy. ‘Recall’ is a gradually unfurling firestorm of distorted kickdrums, reverb and molten sub-bass, which repeatedly dies away to near-silence before returning with twice the impact. ‘Wiretap’ is lighter but no less intense: whirling drums, warping bass and freakily catchy melodies.

Available from February 2nd on 12" from Bleep, Boomkat, Red Eye Records and digitally from iTunesAmazon, Juno, Google Play, and all other good digital and physical stores.


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