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. DEAD MAN'S CHEST/ COCO BRYCE - Diamond Life 03

      Dead Man's Chest aka Alex Eveson makes his debut appearance on Myor Massiv sublabel Diamond Life alongside head honcho Coco Bryce. Atmospheric Jungle-Techno on both sides! Learn More
    2. VARIOUS ARTISTS - Sick Music 2018 (3 x CD)

      After a six-year hiatus, everyone’s favourite Hospital compilation returns. Witness the sickness, this is drum & bass, this is 'Sick Music 2018'. Learn More
  • Bass Music / Dubstep / Garage

    1. PARRIS - The Parris Remixes

      Berceuse Heroique's Ancient Monarchy adds to the Parris story with three beautiful remixes that add and enhance the mysterious London artist's unique vibe all the more. Learn More
    2. EGOLESS - Like a Nuclear Bomb / Super Echo

      Coming from Scotch Bonnet Records, Egoless is back again. Learn More
  • House

    1. MARCELLUS PITTMAN - Can't Forget About You

      We are blessed with another 12" from Marcellus Pittman's Unirhythm Records. True to Pittman's genre free approach to music - on this record we hear sounds from the ethereal to the creepy, from the dirty to the deep! Learn More
    2. THEO PARRISH - Preacher's Coming / Gullah Geechee

      Innovative gospel & spoken word infused house from Detroit master, Theo Parrish! Releasing on his ever-consistent Sound Signature label, Parrish takes us on a trip in two tracks through some thoughtful and emotive sounds. B-side 'Gullah Geechee' features powerful poetic contributions from Jovia Armstrong, Keith Beber, Carolyn Ferrari, Craig Huckaby that focus on afrocentrism and black empowerment. Essential stuff. Learn More
  • Techno

    1. METRIST - Spoils

      For this release Metrist delves into a set of carefully constructed and deeply rhythmic but ear-grabbingly idiosyncratic, mixed fidelity dancefloor-geared oddities. Learn More
    2. The ANALOGUE COPS/LUCRETIO/MARIEU/XENOGEARS - Balistic Presumption EP

      Dancefloor alert! Restoration Records celebrates its ten years of activity with 4 fully-fledged club oriented tracks produced by its stalwarts Lucretio and Marieu, also known as The Analogue Cops and Xenogears. Learn More
  • Experimental

    1. CORPORATION MINDFUCK - Winds Of Corruption

      Following on from last year's excellent Mindfuck EP, Corporation Mindfuck return with a five track release spanning IDM, spacey ambient interludes and dark, hard-hitting electro. Brilliant stuff from the relative unknown producer(s), a must-have! Learn More
    2. S>>D - Co Intel Pro (2xLP)

      S>>D aka Sean Dorris from Belfast delivers his debut album 'Co Intel Pro' on CPU. Refined sampling alongside hip hop influenced breaks sees S>>D operating in a similar dimension to VHS Head. Reminiscent of 1980s sci-fi soundtracks interwoven with IDM-tinged electro, haunting atmospheres prevail throughout with hints of a genre that has yet to emerge. Learn More
  • Hip Hop / Beats

    1. FALLBEIL - Macht Macht Zement (2xLP)

      ‘Macht Macht Zement’—what does it mean? 80s drums, synths and vocals, almost without context. Fallbeil, two soon-to-be men (aka boys), finish tracks at the rate of butchers kneading meatballs. The album contains a wide variety of themes; from mailmen to warthogs, from latecomers to sensible conversation, every track is created out of spontaneity. Learn More
    2. LORDS OF THE UNDERGROUND - Here Come The Lords (2 x LP) (25th Anniversary Edition Green Vinyl)

      Lords Of The Underground (L.O.T.U.G.) is a hip-hop trio consisting of Newark, New Jersey's MC's Mr. Funke, Dupré 'Doitall' Kelly and Cleveland-native DJ Lord Jazz who met while still at University. Introduced by a friend they hooked up with legendary producer and radio personality Marley Marl, and with him and K-Def, laid the basis for their 1993 debut album 'Here Learn More
  • Funk / Soul / Jazz / Disco

    1. HENRY KEEN - 70's Baby

      Debuting under his given name for Maddjazz Recordings' second release, is DJ, producer and synth enthusiast Henry Keen. The record touches on afro, jazz and latin with heavy broken beat and house vibes. Indicative of the current Peckham/South London sound the record stands out in the current landscape, raw but smooth and sample-laden. Big recommendation! Learn More
    2. GLENN UNDERGROUND- CLASSIQUES VOL. 13

      Chicago's Glenn Underground aka CVO Edits comes through with another instalment of his excellent Classiques series. Fans will not be disappointed with this new collection of lively edits, not one to be missed! Learn More
  • Reggae

    1. KEITH HUDSON - Playing It Cool & Playing It Right

      Keith Hudson, the dub dentist, was a one-off innovator with impeccable, classical lineage: his first studio recording involved former Skatalites; his earliest releases provided solid-gold hits for Ken Boothe's "Old Fashioned Way" as far back as John Holt, Delroy Wilson, U-Roy and the rest. Learn More
    2. KING KONG ‎– He Was A Friend

      This record follows on from the string of mid~eighties hits for Firehouse, Jammy's, Ujama and co, for which Dennis Thomas aka King Kong is most celebrated. Originally released in 1988 as a tribute to his friend Tenor Saw, killed that year in suspicious circumstances in Houston, Texas, at the age of twenty~two, it Learn More
  • World

    1. SEEKERS INTERNATIONAL meets MX7 - Inna Dancehall Showdown

      Dancehall Showdown is a crazy non-place world where 60’s Spaghetti Westerns, 70’s Library Synth Records and 90’s Golden Era Dancehall come together for a death-defying communion inna Yard! The old posse of SKRS and MX7 ride once again under the banner of their co-run label, ICS Library Records, off into the fringes of sound-based reality. Learn More
    2. MARK ERNESTUS' NDAGGA RHYTHM FORCE ‎– Walo Walo

      Walo Walo's title track has all the hallmarks of past Ndagga releases: rippling grooves played on hand percussion, with crisp production. This time there's a bit more club oomph, with thundering kicks and sonorous claps. This one comes with or without scattered lyrics, as "Walo Walo Version" and "Walo Walo Rhythm." "Ndiguel Groove" rides a fluttering backbeat played on a drum kit, reinforced with a classic 4/4 techno pulse. Cascades of hand percussion fall into Learn More