Archive for the ‘Drum & Bass’ Category

Dreadzone – Fire In the Dark [Dubwiser Records]

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The legendary Dreadzone drop their second single from their 7th studio LP ‘Escapades’ on their own Dubwiser imprint and its a firey punchy slice of dub infused riddim with impassioned vocals, on top of that there’s the stunning Teddy Killerz remix which has been turning heads everywhere, futher remixes come from Bazil and a Gregory Isaacs inspired Reggae bass re rub by KingDread.

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VA- Deep In The Jungle Anthems [Deep In The Jungle Records]



Junglists get ready!!!! 22 tracks of upfront jungle from the likes of DJ Hybrid, Gold Dubs, Riffz, DJ Monk, Crisis & Ikon B and a whole host of global talent dropping some seriously ruffneck riddims, its a question of where to start with such a solid compilation, every tune is a winner, in particular we’re feeling Polish Junglist Riffz’ ‘Come & Try’ which crosses over into breakcore with a blisteringly fast beat and hard ravey stabs, DJ Hybrid & DJ Monk’s remix of DJ Monk’s ‘Give Me Some More’ brings together the best of the old and new in some serious brock out bizznizz, as the tagline rightly says ’22 Bass Shaking Anthems’ essential Jungle!!!


Kritix- Full Melt/Polaroid [Mayan audio]



2 powerful and punchy numbers from Kritix on Mayan Audio, ‘Full Melt’ lays the audio smackdown on any jabronies that try to step into the ring, big, bolsterous and bruising. ‘Polaroid’ opens with ethereal ravey pads then steps up with a onrush of heavy duty Neuro synth melodic mayhem. Another winning release for Mayan Audio.


DJ Monk- Dance Hall Style 2014 Remixes [KLP Records]



We’re a bit late with this one, its been out since November last year but none the less, this should be in your collection, the original is a well known classic jungle anthem and now, on the returning KLP imprint, DJ Monk’s ‘Dancehall Style’ gets stellar remixes from major players like Aries & Papa Gee, Jungle Citizens and our pick of the 3 quality remixes, Dublin badmon Ricky Force who keeps it old skool and fresh at the same time with a powerful 94 style jungle reworking


Anodyne Industries – In Memoriam EP [Sub Slayers]



Sub Slayers start 2015 pushing some fresh Bass music, namely DnB in this instant but certainly not your run of the mill DnB, Anodyne Industries’ 3 track EP is both melodic, musical and sweetly melancholy while at the same time being extremely weighty in the bass department, 3 tracks of emotive and powerful beats fusing Neuro, tech and in places half step sounds together for something incredible, we’ll be keeping our ears peeled for more from Anodyne Industries in future.

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If you’re after some classy jungle action then Sound Shifter’s new EP is definitely the ticket, the title track is full on old skool sub heavy breakage at it’s finest, ‘Stronger Than Me’ is a lush liquid roller utilising the break made famous on Shy FX’s ‘Bambaata’ to devastating effect, ‘Pray For Love’ take the old skool jungle route once again with nice piano licks and RnB vox riding over waves of rolling filtered amens, ‘Danger & Culture’ is a jazzy roller with stuttering drums that switches into some seriously heavy Ragga Jungle, real Ragga Jungle, This is one of the best jungle releases you will buy this year.


Virus & Komplex- Interstellar EP [Audio Theory Records]

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Virus & Komplex bring 4 tracks of tense Sci Fi influenced minimalist DnB with a particularly minacious feel, you’ll be shuddering to your bones!!!! Another quality release from Audio Theory


Callide presents ‘The Remixes’ [System Shock]

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System Shock Recordings start 2015 with a bang setting the standard going forward with an incredible remix package of tracks from Callide’s back catalogue. Kitcha remixes ‘The Gun Man’ into a skull busting rushing blaze of mentasm riffs and pounding drums, DJ Hybrid goes in with a tearing remix of Inferno while DJ Vapour reworks ’88 Track’ in his own inimitable style, a full on 808s rinse out. Dominator goes for a heavyweight take on ‘A Way To Get The Answer’ plus we get Modified Motion’s 2010 remix of ‘Extasy Rising’ still sounding great 5yrs on, seriously, its going to be a tough act following up on this fantastic release, due out this Monday

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