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Britcore Rawmance 001 Planet Of The Fakes "beneath the planet of the fakes" "12EP sold out
Britcore Rawmance 002 Planet Of The Fakes "don't feed the animals" "12EP last copies!!!
Britcore Rawmance 003 Criminal Minds presents 32 Troop "mayday" "12EP last copies!!!
Britcore Rawmance 004 Criminal Minds presents 32 Troop "undiffused devices" "12EP last copies!!!
Britcore Rawmance 005 DJ Highfly "rohstoff" "12EP last copies!!!
Britcore Rawmance 666 First Frontal Assault "the punisher" "12EP last copies!!!
Britcore Rawmance 007 Krack Free Media "tomes and scriptures" "12EP last copies!!!

Britcore Rawmance 008 True Style "judgement day" "12EP last copies!!!
Britcore Rawmance 009 Krack Free Media "quatrains and parables" "12EP last copies!!!

Britcore Rawmance 010 Deliverance "rescue from danger" "12 LP
Britcore Rawmance 011 Counter Attack "the stormbringer" "12
Britcore Rawmance 012 The Henchmen "the darkness rises" "12
Britcore Rawmance 013 Sound Of Fury "Rising From The Ashes" "12EP

Britcore Rawmance 7 Deadly Sins 001 Juice MC's "secret intelligence/ this jam is under attack" "7
Britcore Rawmance 7 Deadly Sins 002 Lyrical Prophets "4 parts of war/ northside" "7
Britcore Rawmance 7 Deadly Sins 003 Planet Of The Fakes "kill-a-man twice/ignite the mic" "7
Britcore Rawmance 7 Deadly Sins 004 Blades "australian/ we run this shit" "7
Britcore Rawmance 7 Deadly Sins 005 The Mantis Chapter "iceni kings/ nightfall one" "7 

NEW!!! Britcore Rawmance 7 Deadly Sins 006 Specifik/Project Cee feat. DJ Tones "defcon 1/ sometimes" "7 NEW!!! 


BRITCORE RAWMANCE 7 DEADLY SINS 006 Specifik/ Project Cee feat. DJ Tomes "defcon 1/ sometimes" "7
Part 6 of our infamous series of 7inch beauties. This time we are proud to present our partners in crime from the B-Line Recordings Family. Specifik: after several releases during the last two decades and a furious monster album in 2016 ("eighty3" on B-Line Recordings), he teamed up with his long time partner Project Cee of "Def Defiance" fame. What you have here are two 666% classic UK  Hip Hop Hardcore tunes with furious scratches by DJ Tones, who does not need any more introduction as he is on so many releases. This guy needs his own release sooner or later, :-) !!! the whole monster is strictly limited to 200 copies only on clear vinyl in a double sided printed coversleeve as usual in our series.


BRITCORE RAWMANCE 013 SOUND OF FURY "rising from the ashes" "12EP

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 013 Sound Of Fury "rising from the ashes" "12EP
It’s just unfathomable that these tracks haven’t had a proper release yet and we had to wait more than 20 years for that to happen. Recorded between 1992 and 1996 and vocalised by Majesta who is also responsible for most production work on these tracks. This is a 6 track strong 12″ on black  wax. It would have gotten big when released not only on self-made tapes back then but on vinyl the same era it was recorded but still will gain huge respect these days – which is well deserved.
Even though many people won’t have heard of Sound Of Fury yet, you will have heard of some of the crews related and commingled with the posse such as Undivided Attention, Parlour Talk, Tee Cut Posse, The Animal Of Anham All Asylum and all of the Hairy Parents posse.
If you like the Bristol accent and Bristol Hip Hop but also if you like UK Hip Hop…or if you’re just into dope Hip Hop in general – then this one is for you! We wouldn’t be complete without this. Big!

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 7 DEADLY SINS 005 THE MANTIS CHAPTER "iceni kings/ nightfall one" "7

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 7 DEADLY SINS 005 The Mantis Chapter "i ceni kings/ nightfall one" "7
The Cambridge duo returns to wax..
After their phenomenal debut album in combination in 2013, the M.A.N.T.I.S. returns on wax, released by Britcore Rawmance as the next part of the Seven Deadly Sins series. With the LP “Nocturnal Sorceries” still being on heavy rotation after almost 3 years we were eagerly waiting for new TMC material to be released and like expected this is not disappointing in any way and was absolutely worth the waiting. Two brand new banging tracks from TSOne and Acas13 in their unique style plus DJ Tones on the cuts on both of them – if you are down with them and their sound then give it a go, show your love and support these guys! limited to 200 copies only.

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 7 DEADLY SINS 004 BLADES "australian/ we run this shit" "7

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 7 DEADLY SINS 004 Blades "australian/ we run this shit" "7
this double A-sided 7″ features 2 tracks from their 2014 album “The Leak” which was available on limited cassette run only. Britcore Rawmance picked “Australian” and “We Run This Shit” which features the Monkey Sons to be the fourth release in the Seven Deadly Sins series. classic uk inspired hc-hiphop. limited to 200 copies only.

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 012 THE HENCHMEN "the darkness rises" "12

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 012 The Henchmen "the darkness rises" "12
One half of First Frontal Assault (cult uk hiphop crew on mighty MusicOf Life Records 1991) returns to the scene as The Henchmen with the debut 12″ being in the typical vein of the 90’s UK Britcore style. Hard hitting uptempo drums and fast, raging lyrics combined with dark, orchestral and movie samples. But not sounding to much dated in sound and style, although being undoubtedly hooked on that style and era. No new invention and nothing totally new here but this will take many Britcore hearts by assault (no pun intended).  good addition to everyone’s Britcore collection!
Featuring 2 tracks with instrumentals and acapellas plus a remix of one of the tunes. limited to 200 copies only.

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 011 COUNTER ATTACK "the stormbringer" "12

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 011 Counter Attack "the stormbringer" "12
20 years old treasure lifted..1994. From  Göttingen (and Hildesheim), Germany, a crew called Black Essenz made their first attempt on vinyl, on the self-produced various artists compilation “Tag der Abrechnung”, which featured 2 of their tracks amongst some other crews (One of them becoming Cheech & Iakone later). Their sound would be best described as “Germcore” (Or Germ-Hardcore as on the booklet there).
The crew split shortly after, but 4 of the 6 members continued as Counter Attack from there on, recording and performing until 1997 before the crew entirely fell apart. Although from 1994 on there were further attempts to release a record and get known and heard, including the opportunity of a major deal with East West, this never happened and to most heads “Counter Attack” remained unknown. The contract with East West would’ve included a single and an album, but as the deal was withdrawn the demos remained at the studio for legal reasons. Only a very few demos tapes of the single were circulating, the single that was supposed to be released in 1996 – “Stormbringer”.

For those who never heard of Counter Attack before –  this wouldn’t have changed Britcore or “Germcore” back then, no new Readykill or No Remorze discovered here, but this would have been a benefit now and then. And it is! Recorded between 1994 and 1997, containing 2 tracks plus Intro and Outro and also the Instrumentals on the flip side. Coming lovely packed with a bit of background story and pictures of the crew on a 12″ sized sheet, this record is available on ordinary black as well as on red wax. And who else could have released it than Britcore Rawmance who already made an impact with some unheard underground material before.

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 010 DELIVERANCE "rescue from danger" "12LP

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 010 Deliverance "rescue fom danger" LP
BN1, BN1, BN1..
This is the crew that made Brighton’s ZIP-Code famous in Hip-Hop-Europe in the early to mid-nineties. Deliverance, or the D-Crew how they used to call themselves often, only ever released 4 12″s, including one EP within 5 years between 1992 and 1996. In an interview conducted by German Hip Hop fanzine “Frontal” in 1996 done after their gig with II Tone Committee and Direkt Action in Hamburg, D-Crew members said they’re more into singles than an album at that time and would continue doing up to 6 or 7 singles first and see how it works before eventually releasing an mini-album called “Cinematics In A Vision”. However, the scene changed and no further tracks were recorded let alone released. Those who saw them live knew there were more tracks put together though, not only from Deliverance’ precursor P.H.P. but from Deliverance themselves, a couple of demo tracks were passed around for decades now, recorded from tape to tape to tape…and the sound quality became worse every time but the people loved the very few tracks that leaked through nevertheless – If they were lucky enough to get their hands on those at all!
In 2014 Britcore Rawmance made the effort and was able to persuade the former D-Crew members to release a collection of the remaining  tracks  in form of an album. The crew took out the old recordings, and resurrected them. The album, entitled “Rescue From Danger” includes tracks from a period of 1989 to 1995, which have been remastered, technically reworked and also remixed by Sirvive in the D-Crews very own way!

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 7 DEADLY SINS 003 PLANET OF THE FAKES "kill-a-man twice/ ignite the mic" "7

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 7 DEADLY SINS 003 Planet Of The Fakes "kill a man twice/ignite the mic" "7
The self-proclaimed Britcore Supergroup is back with their third release..
..a 45er on Britcore Rawmance, as part 3 of the “Seven Deadly Sins Series”. The 7″ is pressed on crystal-clear wax and available through Britcore Rawmance. The tracks are in the typical vein of classical Britcore. It got everything that it needs to be called Britcore. Tempo and abrasiveness, hard hitting drum patterns overlain by sirens and last but not least vocal samples from legendary Britcore crews are used. Even from the titles you can guess that these guys are trying hard to be classified as such (Katch 22 / Gunshot). The release has been lovely put together by Britcore Rawmance and although this more is a “Must-Have”!

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 7 DEADLY SINS 002 LYRICAL PROPHETS "4 parts of war/ northside" "7

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 7 DEADLY SINS 002 Lyrical Prophets "4 parts of war/northside" "7
The posse from the north..
…Germany’s northernmost Hardcore Rap crew from the island of Sylt to be precise. Two previously unreleased tracks have just been unleashed, “4 Parts Of War” which clamps down on racism, nationalism and fascism and which features Dark Shade from Hamburg-Hardcore combo Respublica, and the uptempo track “Northside” on the flip side, with it’s non-interchangeable and uncompromising German hardcore style.
Both tracks have been recorded in 1994 and made their way on the Prophets’ Demo-Tape the same year, which caught the attention of Blue Eyes, who took two of the tracks for the infamous “Underground Unsigned” sampler the same year (“Bastard” and  “German Passport”). The rest of the tracks remained unreleased before the downloads were made available here and Britcore Rawmance finally picked them up to press them on wax.
And here we go – Lyrical Prophets as part of the “Seven Deadly Sins Series” on a 33⅓ 7″ on red wax, with two tracks more than 20 years old. 

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 7 DEADLY SINS 001 JUICE MC's "secret intelligence/this jam is under attack" "7

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 7 DEADLY SINS 001 Juice MC's "secret intelligence/this jam is under attack" "7
The hip hop family tree is VAST. It's roots stretch out mile upon mile, spanning borders, cultures and genres. The fruit from this tree varies from branch to branch. Some sweet, some sour, some young, some old. Over the years hip hop has encompassed the entire globe, and to those who know their history, there is a very specific sound to those early UK bangers. Occasionally, an artist manages to capture that very raw energy that encapsulated those early years. The 'New' Old School. This release oozes with it. Let's use this opportunity to take it apart and analyse just what it is that grabs us by the hand and says "Tap your toes and nod your head! NOW!"
Straight outa Tamworth and around since the mid 80s, the crew features a classic combo of 2 MCs (Wordz and AJ) and 1 DJ (Suicide Petch), and they use it to it's full potential. Knowing when and where to pass the mic and hype the other MC, and where to place the scratches have always been essential to the construction of a hardcore dance floor filler. The first track 'Secret Intelligence' comes in with an eerie sample, taken from the cult classic 'Warriors' of 1979. The atmosphere and chinking of bottles sets the scene perfectly, anticipating the beat which kicks in straight away with a stupid amount of energy, cuts to get wet over, and a familiar sample utilized by PWEI in the 90's, "Can You Dig It?" - Yes we most certainly can! (sorry, couldn't resist) As the ryhmes proceed to roll, the bassline takes a hold and drags the listener by the scruff of their collar deeper into the track. The format here is a blessing on the ears, that familiar flow of drops and highs giving gravitas to the MCs as they tell their story.
Like much of my favorite bits of the early UK scene, this track is political and culturally aware, telling tales of street corner contempt, and making it clear that we have a voice that must be heard... at any cost. Closing with another well placed sample, this track is one for the DJs and one for the breakers. That classic driving beat and rolling bass are perfect for the energy this track needs to carry. Resist moving along if you dare.
The accompanying track is no less of a foot stomper. Funk guitars crowd surf you into the vibe on a bed of drummers arms, while the MCs use it's energy to hype the audio crowd. This track seems to scream it's head off with one word - "BOUNCE". And it truly believes in it, like it's become it's religion. The lyrics once again tell of a fight against our corporate culture, "What does the future hold in store? - Equal rights for ever more." This is party hip hop with a message, and the fact that it holds that true essence of the early scene is nothing less than a huge compliment. The return of small batch vinyl and the passionate love of the wax itself marries with releases such as this one with no wooden spoon in sight. If this culture was a tree, it would be a Yew, surviving for eons, growing endless branches and re-rooting forever more. I for one am tying up a rope swing and cracking open the lino, come join me. 

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 009 KRACK FREE MEDIA "quatrains and parables" "12EP

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 009 Krack Free Media "quatrains and parables" "12EP
The opening track here is fierce and unrelenting. 'Escaping The Clutch Of The Grifting Conna'. Imagine if you can, that someone managed to squeeze a full blown riot from the streets of Scotland into a single PA and speaker stack that has been rammed into a small, dirty, run down venue lost somewhere in the back alleys of the back of beyond. In other words - this is NOT for the faint hearted. Big in every sense of the word, the lyrics fire at you at a pace mostly untouched these days by the UK hip hop charts. I dare say most MCs couldn't even reach it. The cuts only add to the panic as the track builds into a climax of it's tribal drums and lethal lyricism. As far as first impressions go, we can tell that this wax - means business. The second offering here seeps with old school vibe. Taken back to the days of pirate radio, 'Embark On Such Adventure' treats the ears to a display of furious funk, ripping rhymes and a party atmosphere that seems to emulate those early days so well. Closing the first side is something rather more chaotic. "A fucking slaughter house!" screams the sample, and it ain't 'alf wrong. In 'Thoughts Of Panic', massive bass collides with insane strings and samples that create four walls of multi-colour sound, that in true Indiana Jones style, are closing in around you.
Switching to the b-side gives no aural relief. A retro sample gives way to more ear lobe terror in'Difference Dealer', as the MC attacks the mic like ole' Bill Wallace in a bar brawl with Bobby Burns. This is 3 and a half minutes of britcore brutalness, and I LOVE it! The next tune takes us away from the scuffle and into the groove. 'Mr. Media' has Krash Slaughter cuts that chop through the funk like a hot knife through a none dairy based olive spread, and they take pride in being the main cultural culpret in this track. The rhymes once again come time travelling from that golden era, and flow comfortably, head nodding into the final offering from vinyl 1 'Major Tyrant'. Electronic guitars and 80's cheese cover the intro in luminous tye-dyed hoodies, which are then pulled deep over our eyes as we enter into the track. With deep operatic melodies and a ridiculously familiar sample taken from classic western - Eastward's 'For A Few Dollars More' of 1965, this tune is a perfect conclusion to the wax. 

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 008 TRUE STYLE "judgement day ep" "12EP

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 008 True Style "judgement day ep" "12EP
A crew from 92 bring us a 7 track ep lifted from a demo tape recorded in mark twos bedroom .this is how many unreleased gems of uk hip hop were recorded back in the day with little equipment and little money or record label backing so most just got left on the shelf on the old tdk tapes many just thrown away as the artists fell out of love with hip hop
Well thanks mark two j.jazz aivy and de.vex for dusting off the old tape and releasing it on white vinyl
The songs are fast the raps on point the scratching insane it even samples saga game altered beast now that is old school I think I can hear wills den dodgers gun smoke breakout in a track called Archangel really good track.its a rip roaring britcore beat bonanza sounding great from 92
The cover looks like a homage to hardnoise untitled simple black and white but the back cover has the weirdest photo on it very creepy ,the inner sleeve is a brilliant 2000ad inspired drawing all in all an amazing package finished off with the white marbled record

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 007 KRACK FREE MEDIA "tomes and scriptures" "12EP

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 007 Krack Free Media "tomes and scriptures" "12EP 
Not two bars in and my head is already twitching and nodding along to 'Always A Cynic' and it's rolling bassline to end all rolling basslines. Perfect for the MCs to flow over, this beat is surely bringing a gift to the legions of lino lions. I'm even tempted to ware out a little of this old stained bedroom carpet, but alas, it's my fingers right now that are dancing on the keys. Track two 'Apprentice Abattoir' seems like the perfect follow on with it's awkward roaring beat. Stomping through the speaker wire and morphing the airwaves seems like it's 'raison d'être', and the MCs clearly love the punk attitude it allows them. The rawness of the recording takes nothing away from the oomph of the track, which leads elequently to 'Perished Down To Satan's Den', and another retro sampled triumph. Visions of a grainy black and white past creep into this all-out spit-a-thon of hip hop epicness before the needle begs for attention.
Turning the wax over we can start to draw a conclusion on this epic collection of britcore mayhem, with not three but four more gems of UK goodness. "You can't compete!" chants the chorus in 'Spot The Difference', and no matter who the listener may be - i'm inclined to agree. The proceeding stompers do nothing to lessen the attack. The short and punchy 'It's Scam' is laid naked and bare before us, and then the penultimate 'Perils Of Performance' jumps in with it's bending bouncing bass and beef eating beats. Coupled with the horns and sci-fi movements of final track 'The Big Man' these are the ideal full stop to a journey of hip hop history. Like a steam train approaching the station with questionable brakes, it defines the pace and passion of the early UK era.
The fuel that created these tracks must of been nuclear because the energy they give off feels too big for a piece of round plastic to be able to capture. There is a beauty to seeing a collection of tracks such as this, that span nearly a decade of a crew's artistic lifespan. Experiencing music that comes from across an era with all the political and musical changes that come with it, seems to elequently tell a piece of history. The rawness round the edges which in this instance only seems to add to the charm, serves to capture the essence of the era, and this release does it justice in so many ways. For those that were there, an essential piece of the history, yours to own. For those of us of the younger generation, a glimpse of our fore-fathers and the path they laid down for us to follow.

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 004 CRIMINAL MINDS present 32 TROOP "undiffused devices" "12EP

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 004 Criminal Minds presents 32 Troop "undiffused devices" 12EP
Brain-child of Spatts (The Criminal Minds/32 Troop), Undiffused Devices brings together lyricism, a form of hip hop writing growing daily here on UK shores, and britcore style beats that hark from an era when UK MCs and DJs first found their own voice. The vinyl comes from britcore wax manipulating heros Rawmance Disasters, and comes in either black or for the serious collectors, blue transparent wax.
The first track is a 'lost (then subsequently found) demo' from UK hip hop stallwarts The Criminal Minds. The familiar ripping vocals of Iceski tear the drums apart, decorated with the erratic 'sci-fi' sounds and some colorful cuts, serving as a great warm up to track two. Kicking off with sinister cyber sounds and some more lush drum play, My Dark Places is a 2014 remix of a 32 Troop joint. More old school cuts splatter this deep and dark beat while Mr. Morph and the True Element MCs take the reins to the mic. Spatts proving once again here that he knows just what the bars need to carry them comfortably and energetically to the listeners ears.
The 3rd track features not only The Criminal Minds but also the virile vocal ramblings of heavyweight UK hip hop heads Dookie Squad. Produced by the notorious Jerome Hill, with samples from the Stage Driver track taken from The Criminal Minds 'Droids You Are Looking For' EP, the track caught Dookie Squads ears, and a new incarnation was born.
The beat here is big. No scrap that, - the beat here is HUGE. Massive bass and drums that drag anyone in ear shot kicking and screaming to the centre of the dance floor. There is a lot of fun in this track, and that comes from the blatant fun the participants had while making it. Three massive tracks, and as if that wasn't enough, they are accompanied by the most popular remix from 32 Troop's Mayday release of 2014, (not previously available on wax). Sidestalker kicks off this remix with a brilliantly placed and epic sample warning of a futuristic nuclear strike, chilling and relevant in these uncertain modern times. Striking cuts give way to an array of MCs slaying the mic as if the enemy were screaming pop-rap nonesense in their faces and an air-raid siren were deafening thier ears. Raw, brutally realistic and ridiculously energetic, if this remix doesn't have you searching out the Mayday release you must be full of blue blood.
Another stomping release from Rawmance Disaster, with artwork by one of the hardest working graphic designers in the UK underground Mr. Tibbz, this is one hell of a way to kick off the year. UK MCs, producers, artists and DJs STAND UP!


BRITCORE RAWMANCE 666 First Frontal Assault "the punisher" "12EP
here we have a piece of history that is seeing the light of day after 23 years of sitting gathering dust in the loft...the Punisher EP from the legendary old school ex-music of life group First Frontal Assault, containing 3 unreleased demo tracks from before they where signed to MOL and originally went by the title live and direct.. Birmingham's finest Mc Rapia, Dj Hellfire and Sidewinder return and take it back to the old school with these bangers.



BRITCORE RAWMANCE 005 DJ Highfly "rohstoff" "12EP
possibly the largest underground project ever undertaken, it has taken over 7 years for the German Maestro Dj Highfly and his crew to finally get this ready for release... featuring an all-star cast of artists and deejays from around the globe contained in 22 Minutes of pure hip-hop chaos... Rohstoff optimizes the name hardcore rap and then some... and that's even without the 4 b-side tracks and the Sounds and Effects for Dj’s...!!



BRITCORE RAWMANCE 003 Criminal Minds presents 32 Troop "mayday" "12EP
we bring you the new and highly anticipated next installment from the supergroup that is 32 Troop.. brought together by the TCM legend General Spatts, an S.O.S call was put out and the cream of underground talent answered and are currently at war with the dark forces who are destroying hip hop from within. Containing 3 Mixes of Mayday and a brand new Spatts mix of Battleplan this release is overflowing with bombs. Mayday Mayday calling for backup....

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 002 PLANET OF THE FAKES "please, don't feed the animals" "12EP


BRITCORE RAWMANCE 002 Planet Of The Fakes "please, don't feed the animals" "12EP
ultra brutal UK BRITCORE HIPHOP ATTACK, fast and loud!!! a true banger with new material. another 5 new tracks pure hardcore hiphop insanity feat. Inzaine, DJ Highfly, Iceski (the criminal minds), Skitz, Paranoia, MC Gambit (last ressort), Invokal, Sinista, Mr. Morph, DJ Kura, Remarkable (deliverance, sublime wizardry), Kraze One, Ambush, Whirlwind D (solid'n'mind), Sire!!! uptempo britcore madness to the max!!! 200 copies only in full coversleeve with insert!!!  BRITCORE IS THE LAW!!!


BRITCORE RAWMANCE 001 PLANET OF THE FAKES "beneath the planet of the fakes" "12EP

BRITCORE RAWMANCE 001 Planet Of The Fakes "beneath the planet of the fakes" "12EP
ultra brutal UK BRITCORE HIPHOP ATTACK, fast and loud!!! older stuff on vinyl for the first time. feat. Inzaine, MC Rapia (first frontal assault), Bandog (killa instinct), Lennie and Pride (suspekt), DJ Highfly, Reach Da Reapa (drunken eejit), Iceski (the criminal minds),  Mr Morph, Mr Websta (heroes of uk hiphop), DJ Kura, DJ Waxer, DJ Ridla, TS One (mantis chapter), DJ Tones (sublime wizardry) 4 tracks pure insane, militant, classic uk hardcore hiphop fire!!!! 200 copies only in full coversleeve.  BRITCORE IS THE LAW!!!



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