Eastern Bloc Records

Welcome to Eastern Bloc Records

Welcome to Eastern Bloc Records

Established 1985. Online record store for the true vinyl purist. We specialise in Techno, Drum & Bass, House, Reggae & Electronic music from across the spectrum.

New Releases

  • Drum & Bass / Jungle

    1. MR FRENKIE - Respawn // Tire Fire

      Having released on numerous imprints such as Dom and Roland productions, Mindtech, Tam, 20/20 LDN as well as being praised and supported by artists such as Noisia, Dom and Roland, Ulterior Motive, Xanadu, Foreign Concept and loads more, we at Concussion records are very proud to present an extremely versatile, Moscow based producer, Mr. Frenkie. Learn More
    2. LAST LIFE - Nether Regions EP (Pre Order: 03/04/17)

      Wicked new bits from Last Life on Loxy's untouchable Cylon. Tuff steppers. Learn More
  • Bass Music / Dubstep / Garage

    1. SLEEPER x MESCK x THELEM - Ghettonomics EP (Pre Order: 17/04/17)

      12" Vinyl EP with dedicated artwork sleeve. Big rave dubstep release! Learn More
    2. OM UNIT & SAM BINGA - TransSiberian EP (Pre Order: 03/03/17)

      Keeping up the hectic release schedule of strictly one (1) record per year, Om Unit & Sam Binga are proud to present the final instalment in the Trans-Continental Trilogy: the Trans Siberian EP, on their very own BUNIT imprint. Learn More
  • House

    1. TIN MAN - Dripping Acid 4 EP

      Wicked Techno vibes on the 4th instalment in Tin Mans Dripping Acid series!! Packed with killer house / minimalistic techno vibes!! Learn More
    2. TIN MAN - Dripping Acid 2 EP

      Wicked house / minimalistic techno Vibes on the 2 instalment in Tin Mans Dripping Acid Series!! Learn More
  • Techno

    1. TIN MAN - Dripping Acid 4 EP

      Wicked Techno vibes on the 4th instalment in Tin Mans Dripping Acid series!! Packed with killer house / minimalistic techno vibes!! Learn More
    2. TIN MAN - Dripping Acid 2 EP

      Wicked house / minimalistic techno Vibes on the 2 instalment in Tin Mans Dripping Acid Series!! Learn More
  • Experimental

    1. TIN MAN - Dripping Acid 1

      TIN MAN - Dripping Acid 1 - Released on Global A Germany on 16th February 2017 Learn More
    2. TONY ALLEN & AFRICA 70 - Afro Disco Beat (Disco Afro Reedit Vol.2) (Pre Order: 09/03/17)

      In 1976, Fela Anikulapo Kuti & Afrika 70 released a total of 8 albums including the hit Zombie. At the time of their height, Tony Allen, Fela's drummer, decided to release a follow-up album to Jealousy. Progress was the result of a series of studio sessions, featuring Fela himself with a tenor solo on the title-track. The b-side contains the dancefloor filler “Afro Disco Beat”. Learn More
  • Hip Hop / Beats

    1. THUNDERCAT - Drunk (CD)

      The album is a 23-track epic journey into the often hilarious, sometimes dark mind of the Grammy-winning singer/bassist and finds a few of his friends joining him along the way including: Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell, Michael McDonald, Kenny Loggins, Wiz Khalifa, Kamasi Washington and Brainfeeder mastermind Flying Lotus. “Drunk” is the follow up to his widely praised 2015 mini album “The Beyond / Where The Giants Roam”, and features fan favourite tracks ‘Bus In These Streets’ and ‘Them Changes’. Learn More
    2. ES-K - Contemplation (Part 17) / Late Night Coughee (7")

      ES-K - Contemplation (Part 17) / Late Night Coughee - Released on Yellow Flower February 26th 2016 Learn More
  • Funk / Soul / Jazz / Disco

    1. VARIOUS - Deep Jazz Vol. 2 (Compiled by Jean-Claude) (3 x LP)

      Catering for the veteran, the dance-floor mover, the radio jock and the young-gun just getting into jazz, If Music’s Jean-Claude returns for a second spellbinding edition of ‘A Journey Into Deep Jazz‘. Going even deeper than volume 1, this triple vinyl pack is one to truly lose yourself in, with several of the tracks running over 12 minutes in length – Sparrow’s ‘Latin Black Funk’ even over 20 minutes! Learn More
    2. PAZ - Paz Are Back LP

      Recorded during the summer of 1980 and originally released in 1982 on Spotlight Records, ‘Paz are Back’ was the second (and arguably the finest) album by the London jazz collective, founded by vibraphonist, composer and arranger Dick Crouch. Known for their original jazz-funk and Latin stylings, the band held a weekly Sunday residency at The Kensington pub in Holland Park for over 8 years, becoming a fixture at many London venues throughout the 70’s and 80’s, most notably Ronnie Scott’s. Learn More
  • Reggae

    1. ANDY MAC - Diving Bird 1

      It's no secret that Idle Hands is a label built on a foundation of dub. From the earliest releases by Pev, Kowton and Szare through to more recent output from O$VMV$M and Christian Jay, the influence of Bristol's soundsystem heritage looms large in the myriad electronic music threads the label encompasses. Sometimes this influence is explicit, other times implied, but the principles of sub heavy, spacious music for both body and mind guide the stylistic arc of the label as a direct result of the label's long time immersion in roots and dub culture. Learn More
    2. BOB MARLEY - 30 Years Ago (2 x 12" LP)

      Excellent comp which marked the 30 anniversary of Bob Marley's death in May 1981, this double album collects together highlights from Marley's pre-Island Records recordings. Learn More
  • World

    1. TONY ALLEN & AFRICA 70 - Afro Disco Beat (Disco Afro Reedit Vol.2) (Pre Order: 09/03/17)

      In 1976, Fela Anikulapo Kuti & Afrika 70 released a total of 8 albums including the hit Zombie. At the time of their height, Tony Allen, Fela's drummer, decided to release a follow-up album to Jealousy. Progress was the result of a series of studio sessions, featuring Fela himself with a tenor solo on the title-track. The b-side contains the dancefloor filler “Afro Disco Beat”. Learn More
    2. GABRIELE POSO presents: The Languages of Tambores (2 x LP)

      Taking in a tantalisingly broad selection of percussion-led global sounds, new BBE compilation ‘The Languages Of Tambores’ is the brainchild of rising alt-jazz star Gabriele Poso. A true multi-instrumentalist, Italian born Gabriele found a particular affinity for percussion at a young age, studying in Puerto Rico and Cuba; describing this fascination as “a real reason to live”. Learn More