RatPack – Legends of rave and masters of the old skool team up with UK Garage dons Wideboys for the first collaboration single from their forthcoming LP (Co)LabRats. Continue reading
In Feb 2016 I relaunched Beat Assassins as a drum and bass project and I’ve got to say it’s been a fantastic experience. In the space of 1 year I’ve had eight dnb releases hit the stores. My single War Dem made the Beatport dnb charts and I’ve had the pleasure of being remixed by some amazing artists i.e. TREI, D’Silva, DJ Rap, DJ Callide, Toronto Is Broken and 1000DaysWasted. Continue reading
The first single from the long awaited debut album is about to drop! onlyjoe are serving you another slice of classic hard hitting Brit reggae soaked in thought provoking, conscious lyrics. ‘Officer’ is a powerful, bass heavy record in-keeping with the political nature of the band’s previous releases. onlyjoe join many to throw some frustrated punches on a poignant, anti-establishment and perhaps even anarchistic level. Continue reading
After our anticipation was pushed to breaking point, it’s finally here. Pieces of this album have been circulating for a while now, chalking up support from the likes of Radio 1’s Friction, DC Breaks, Tantrum Desire, Crissy Criss, Drumsound & Bassline Smith and a whole host of other heavy hitters. And you wouldn’t really expect anything less, given this artist’s pedigree.
Beat Assassins return with a brand new release for 2017.
This time returning to their trade mark sound of quirky, vocal driven drum n bass.
See Ma Go Gun brings another collaboration with the rising British rap star Miss Stylie. Some of you may remember her collaboration with Beat Assassins on their hugely successful “War Dem” that was played on Friction’s Radio One show and reached top 20 in the Beatport dnb charts.
Taxman’s Amended EP last year was a MONSTER! Classics like ‘Too Bad’ and ‘Original Ninja’ got the remix treatment and blew up the spot online, in DJ’s sets and on the radio. Moving into 2017 and Taxman has some fresh, new bangers loaded in the chamber ready to ring off. Continue reading
Document One had, to put it mildly, a pretty good 2016. Their unique blend of tech, hip-hop, jazz and funk influences have cemented their place among the elite of drum’n’bass producers. Their tunes are consistently at the business end of the DnB download charts and they’ve garnered support from some of the biggest DJs in the scene. So, this EP, their first release of 2017, bears the weight of a huge amount of expectation. Continue reading
You’ve probably already heard Drumsound & Bassline Smith’s first Technique release of 2017, although you might not have clocked that it was them on the buttons. So, having chalked up Radio 1 airplay from behind the scenes on Youngman’s genre-bending Sorry, the label bosses are stepping into the spotlight themselves. And they’re definitely making their presence felt. Continue reading
Some say ‘vibes’, Caspa prefers ‘Vibrations’: Not just a more formal, respectful term for the oscillating phenomenon that guarantees we hear anything in life but the name of his exciting new series. His first substantial solo body of work since the forthright horsepower and back-to-basics attitude of ‘500’ in 2014/15, ‘Vibrations’ continues his ever-refined stripped-back, broadsword bass vision.