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Expanded from a webzine to a fully-fledged label in 2004, UK imprint Hyperdub is now revered as home to some of the world’s most innovative electronic producers. From the murky dubstep of label-boss Kode9 and the crepuscular sounds of Burial, to Laurel Halo’s techno-inspired experimentation and Jessy Lanza’s kinetic twist on 90s R&B, their back catalogue is bursting with pioneering gems. Discover a selection of our all-time favourite Hyperdub artists and releases below.

Recent releases

  • Kode9 - Nothing
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    Following the tragic passing of his close friend and collaborator Space Ape, Steve Goodman’s return sees him taking one eye off the dancefloor for a more reflective venture. Labelled by the Hyperdub-boss himself a “no-man’s land”, it seems clear that Goodman’s loss has played a large role in the record’s fragmented form, yet in the gaps left by Space Ape’s vocals, there’s still plenty to be absorbed. While ‘Casimir Effect’s rapturous synths bring to mind the soothing electronica of Lone, elsewhere Goodman’s sparse beats and mechanical whirs paint a dystopian picture, and the album’s exit - almost ten minutes of startling silence - makes it a truly affecting listen.

Back catalogue gems


Various Artists - Hyperdub 10.1
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Hyperdub 10.1 Various Artists 2014 From £7.49
Various Artists - Hyperdub 10.2
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Hyperdub 10.2 Various Artists 2014 From £7.49
Various Artists - Hyperdub 10.3
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Hyperdub 10.3 Various Artists 2014 From £7.49
Various Artists - 5: Five Years of Hyperdub
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Various Artists - Bruzin VIP/ Hysteria
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Various Artists - Next Life
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Next Life Various Artists 2015 From £5.49

Artists we love