After a 3 month break Beat Assassins are back, all guns blazing.
Procrasti-Nation sees Beat Assassins take a step back from the cheeky jump-up sound and move into the territory of a tearing rock-esque, full vocal drum & bass assault, with a slight political edge. When Eli pitched up to the studio to sing this track she was an angry woman with a strong message. The lyrics totally reflect her mood with the world right now dealing with the nonsensical way humanity treats it’s fellow man & woman. Essentially Procrasti-Nation is a song with a powerful message more so than a club banger.
THTC IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE A BEAUTIFUL NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH THE HYPER D LEGACY PROJECT, AN ORGANISATION DEDICATED TO CARRYING ON THE MEMORY OF STEVIE HYPER D, A DEEPLY INFLUENTIAL ARTIST AND THE HIDDEN INFLUENCE IN THE GLOBAL MUSIC SCENE. TO INTRODUCE US TO THE PROJECT, HERE IS JAMIE OF BEATCULTURELDN.
Amy True is about to drop her long awaited debut album, but for an early taster she has released the awesome video for ‘Change’
Sub Zero & Original Sin are back for this release after all of their solo projects… G Dub lands once again on Playaz with balls out gusto!
British rap artist Cianna Blaze is proud to debut her brand new single titled “On Fire”, to serve as the lead single of her forthcoming EP of the same name, due to be released September 1st.
Its summer time, Its hot out there… and DJ Patife is about to make it even HOTTER. Directly from the sun soaked beaches of his native Brazil, SUNANDBASS & V Recordings are proud to bring you DJ Patife Presents – Viva Brazil: SUNANDBASS Sessions.
Following hard on the heels of Tim Healey’s widely supported and radio-aired debut on DB Stereo, release 2 sees label owner Tomcraft take the stage with his latest opus.
Brazilian producers Alibi link up with legend of the Austrian scene Disaszt for two huge tracks on V Recordings which are guaranteed to be smashing it across the festivals this summer.
Tim Healey is back with an unmissable club weapon of single to launch his new label.
Ed Solo and Deekline have spent the better part of two decades at the forefront of bass music. Not only have they been champions of the most raw and dirty beats, many would go so far as to say they are some of the architects of the ragga Jungle sound. These two bad boys have consistently pushed the envelope in new and exciting ways, and are steadfast in their ability to look into the future while always paying homage to their roots. They’re legendary for their skanky riddims as the low end technicians behind classic tunes like “Bad Boys” and “King Of the Bongo.”