Not all music is free and we need to support all the artists in our scene to help push things forward and for them to be able to continue supplying us all with fresh, free tracks. We have chosen the very best tracks out now to help you decide what to spend your hard earned on.
Crush – Crush EP
Big self titled release from Crush here. First up we have a tasty serving of vocal elektro flavored, midtempo goodness called This Could Be Real with Camden Cox on vocals. Crush delivers tight edits, hard synth and smooth vibes in the breakdown to complement Camden’s vocal lead. Luminox has the remix duties with an 808 infused trap version. Next up we have Musik, which is an elektro house banger with driving beats, slick bass and powerful leads that will shred the dancefloor. The final track is another midtempo workout called Freestyle which demands that you get the fuck up and move with a bouncing bassline and build after of build of nasty synth. AVAILABLE NOW FROM JUNO (TJ)
Beatslappaz – Pump Ya Fist
Bangin beats and wicked basslines are served up fresh with this installment from the Beatslappaz. The original is a head bobbin upbeat dance floor banger that’s sure to have your subs hummin. On the flip, Black and Blunt’s resident Philly Blunt brings it hard on the midtempo tip with synths that will make your jaw drop and have you checking the floor for where you left your face. AVAILABLE NOW FROM JUNO (TJ)
Maztek-What WE Bring & Caph
Italian DnB maestro, Maztek teams up with MC Nuclear to deliver some dark and broody Neurofunk excellence in the shape of ‘What We Bring’. Nuclear spits deadly grimey bars over a 2 stepping beat and shuddering techy stabs making for an intense dancefloor weapon.
‘Caph’ goes deeper with menacing pads and razor like stabs combined with an eerie melody and punchy beats. Both tracks are getting heavy rotation from the likes of Doc Scott, S.P.Y & Hybrid Minds to name just a few, definitely on the futuristic and forward thinking tip while guaranteeing maximum impact at the raves and clubs. AVAILABLE NOW FROM BEATPORT (T)
Karl Sav – Bone Marrow
Another installment of Karl Sav’s dark, rich bassline synth melts together with bright pads, sultry and clever voxes and sharp, crisp beats. Throw in a sprinkle of wobble and you have Bone Marrow. Quality lives here. Stylus Rex comes correct on the techno remix here Less tech with groovier vibes and deep, heavy pads for the 4X4 crowd. AVAILABLE NOW FROM JUNO (TJ)
VA – Bring Back The Funk EP
The Breakbeat Paradise label has long been setting the standard for high quality funked up breaks and their latest EP Bring Back The Funk continues the trend. It features five tracks from some of the games most respected names and though each tune is varied in vibe and tempo, everyone is definitive dance floor fire. The title track is supplied by veteran producer Pulp Fusion and is a pure breaker that’s sure to get the b-boys up rocking whilst the always impressive DJ Rudd, DJ Throwback and Morlack bring some superb ghetto funk style to proceeding as they combine classic samples, nasty bass synths and stomping beats to full effect. The most massive props though have to go out to scene new comer Conte Cruz who’s tune Turn It Up is an up-tempo, funk driven banger that will have club speakers pumping and club goers grooving. Breakbeat Paradise have yet again put together a top notch release for all you funky technicians out there that’s well worth a spot in your digital crate. AVAILABLE NOW FROM JUNO (DK)
Bullet Train – Vol 2
Marco Del horno’s Bullet Train Label makes a triumphant return with this 11 track album spanning the spectrum of bubbling bassline goodness, this is the sound of the London Underground!!!!
From the junglistic bass house vibes of Ongaku’s ‘Slender Men’ to TwoFold’s 2 steppin’ glamma glamma UKG vibes through to Pete Graham & Chris Lorenzo’s rump shakin anthem ‘Dorothy’s Forest’ to head honcho Marco Del Horno & Taiki & Nulight’s colab ‘Bounce’ combining big room vibes with speaker rumbling house n bass action with dat drop!!!! You love bass? You need this album, loaded to the brim with bangers!!!! AVAILABLE NOW FROM JUNO (T)
Vova Mey – Time For The Kick (remixes)
2 peak time remixes of Vova Mey’s banger, Time For The Kick. Farace’s breaks version starts off mellow then builds into a strong saw based lead that should work well to get the people on the floor sweating and moving. Saam Roberts brings us an elektro-trance version with strong pads, sweeps and subtle piano elements before bringing in the saw lead along with some nice, building arps. AVAILABLE NOW FROM JUNO (TJ)
Radiokillaz – Unity
Radiokillaz step up with a massive two tracker release on the mighty Passenger Records. Title track ‘Unity’ is a rolling, badman tune with deep rumbling subs, skanking ragga vibes and slamming beats. The Radiokillaz rough up the basslines and throw down some serious synth work on this one. Future classic! ‘Bulletproof’ sees more dubwise rhythms flowing and heavy basslines blowing out the speakers. Real old school jungle flavours on show, mixed up with the 2013 sounds and skills. An essential release. AVAILABLE NOW FROM JUNO. (BD)
(BD) – Bertie Dastard
(DK) – Dastardly Kuts
(TJ) – TJ fonik
(T) – Tariq Ziyad
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