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Rye Wax presents a series of dubplates celebrating DIY culture

South London record shop and music venue unveils a list of tracks that have been especially cut at a local lathe for their upcoming event

Rye Wax will swerve from Record Store Day's rock reissues this year, compiling its own list of special dubplate releases that will be available at their one-off event focusing on independent labels: The Runout.

Those involved have pulled together new tracks from imprints such as Hyperdub, Príncipe Discos and Night Slugs to be pressed individually with a maximum of only ten cuts per record. The dubplates will only be available on 22nd April 2017 at The Runout, which takes place at Copeland Park in Peckham. For more details see the event page.

Full details of the track names plus the labels and artists involved:

Hyperdub Jessy Lanza “Means I Love You” (Ezrakh remix)
Rhythm Section LT “Darien Gap” / Mallard “Transparent”
West Friends Medlar & FYI Chris “Favourite Dance”
Night Slugs Bok Bok “On A Journey / Midnight Stop”
On The Corner Magnus PI feat. Penya “Search it Out”
Test Pressing Apiento feat. Claire Huss “Things You Do For Love”
FTD Georgia “EMINEMREMIX / Orchid Construct”
Banoffee Pies Mark Nicholas “Doug Oldham”
Where To Now? Jesse Osborne-Lanthier “909 Problems But The Pitch Ain’t One”
Phantasy U “Ascension Hymn” (video version)
Principe Discos DJ Maboku “DO-PETROLIO”
BMU Simeon “Deep Space”
PAN MESH “Damaged Merc” (Fraxinus remix)