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. ENEI & KASRA - Transmitter EP

      The talents of Enei and Critical boss Kasra combine once more to kick off 2018. With the infamous Jakes on title track vocal duty, the ‘Transmitter EP’ rolls out five pieces of low-slung, sci-fi drum & bass designed for darkened rooms across the world. Learn More
    2. DUB & WHEEL - COOLNEASY003

      Kid Lib is back after after the amazing Nuh Watch, with some dope Jungle cuts. Learn More
  • Bass Music / Dubstep / Garage

    1. PINCH - Screamer / No Justice

      Pinch's "Screamer" follows the vocal riddims of Riko Dan over a dusty tech house groove, and some furious folds of mutant bass - screaming and yelling like they should. Over on the B side, Pinch contorts the groove back into his more familiar guise, offering up a crusty broken beat pattern that dissolves neatly into blasts of bass laser and swampy, sic-fi echoes. Learn More
    2. DJRUM - Broken Glass Arch

      Broken soul doesn't get much sweeter than Djrum's mystic brew. Now being served by R&S, we can expect more of it in the near future, including a new album! It starts right here as "Broken Glass Arch" takes the lead with bewitching over-lapped layers, distorted, decaying chimes and strange warped effects and chants. "Showreel" brings everyone up to speed over a two part serenade as Felix Manuel brings us together under star-lit keys, skippy beats Learn More
  • House

    1. SNIPS - The Barbershop LP (Pre Order: 26/01/18)

      Snips delivers the first vinyl release on Houseology. The Barbershop LP is a tongue in cheek play on the production techniques Todd Worsnip aka Snips normally uses when making his Hip-Hop work. This 8 track LP is meeting of the two worlds of House and Hip-Hop tapping into Snips’ raw ability to find the best cuts and chops needed for any genre. Learn More
    2. INFRA RED - Metamorphosis

      Canadian House, Deep House label by Ron Allen and Hayden Andre Brown. True Toronto history; Strobe's first ever release from the decorated bossman Ron Allen and psyentific lab partner Hayden Andre. All versions are present in their 1991 glory; Hayden's bleep funk tech and Ron's housier takes on "Metamorphosis", the sci-fi synth feels and finger clicking funk of "Spectre" take Learn More
  • Techno

    1. BABE ROOTS - Babe Roots

      Album composed and produced by Babe Roots in Berlin (DE) and Turin (IT) between 2013 and 2016. Mastered by Mathieu Berthet at Berthet Mastering Paris. Learn More
    2. VARIOUS ARTISTS - Scopex 98-00

      On the occasion of the 300th release on Tresor Records and the 20th anniversary of the mysterious Scopex imprint, we are glad to present you the long awaited re-edition of the three essential Scopex records, along with a previously unreleased track, recorded during these essential sessions. Learn More
  • Experimental

    1. BEACH WIZARDS - The Unlimited

      Tracy Island announces Episode 2 of the 10 piece concept series with “The Unlimited”. This time the musical transmission comes from Beach Wizards, the secondary alias of the well renowned collective Seahawks, offering their interpretation of Island mentality. The release opens with the ever growing mood of “The Diamond Sea” - 18 minutes of building disco strings and stabs, rolling bongos and percussion, and intermittent ambience with an A side Learn More
    2. DJRUM - Broken Glass Arch

      Broken soul doesn't get much sweeter than Djrum's mystic brew. Now being served by R&S, we can expect more of it in the near future, including a new album! It starts right here as "Broken Glass Arch" takes the lead with bewitching over-lapped layers, distorted, decaying chimes and strange warped effects and chants. "Showreel" brings everyone up to speed over a two part serenade as Felix Manuel brings us together under star-lit keys, skippy beats Learn More
  • Hip Hop / Beats

    1. KLIM BEATS - Natural (LP)

      Latest slab of instrumental goodness from the fine folks at Village Live Records, debut drop from Ukrainian producer Klim Beats. Learn More
    2. SNIPS - The Barbershop LP (Pre Order: 26/01/18)

      Snips delivers the first vinyl release on Houseology. The Barbershop LP is a tongue in cheek play on the production techniques Todd Worsnip aka Snips normally uses when making his Hip-Hop work. This 8 track LP is meeting of the two worlds of House and Hip-Hop tapping into Snips’ raw ability to find the best cuts and chops needed for any genre. Learn More
  • Funk / Soul / Jazz / Disco

    1. VENUS DODSON - Shining

      Venus Dodson's "Shining" is perhaps not one of Leroy Burgess's better-known productions, but is arguably one of his best: packed full of energy with instrumentation reminiscent of Burgess's work as part of Logg, it's a gospel-influenced, percussive thriller. Learn More
    2. DâM-FUNK - DJ-Kicks (2 x LP)

      Dâm-Funk gives us his DJ Kicks opus on the independent record label !K7 Records. Learn More
  • Reggae

    1. GUY ONE - Everything You Do, You Do for Yourself

      With the single "Everything You Do, You Do For Yourself" North-Ghanaian Kologo master Guy One opens the door to his first international release #1, which will be available end of January 2018. Guy One promises what his name is saying: he is the number one artist of Frafra music, named after his people: the Frafra. Learn More
    2. SOULEANCE - Bamboule

      A truly eclectic collection, comprised of afro grooves, tropical vibes, b-boy rhymes, head-nodding shakers and intensely hype floor-fillers. A seriously fun selection. Learn More
  • World

    1. GUY ONE - Everything You Do, You Do for Yourself

      With the single "Everything You Do, You Do For Yourself" North-Ghanaian Kologo master Guy One opens the door to his first international release #1, which will be available end of January 2018. Guy One promises what his name is saying: he is the number one artist of Frafra music, named after his people: the Frafra. Learn More
    2. SIASSIA & TOKOBINA - Siassia et Tokobina EP

      A series dedicated to cross-cultural experimentation, kicking off with this exhilarating dive into the African underground of 1980s Paris: a four-track EP from Congolese singer Albert Siassia, backed by a group of young French dreads, rechristened Tokobina — “let’s dance,” in Lingala — for the occasion. A mixture of post-punk, rumba, afro-disco and reggae, in two dancefloor sureshots Learn More