Outstanding summery Tech House/Garage with shades of R&B/Soul from the awesome Style Of Tigers plus a great Future Garage remix from Lamont Dex!!!!
Happy summer!! The suns out and the music is sounding great. We're back with another selection of the finest beats from within the vintage and swing worlds. Lots of free music to dive… [more]
Very pleased to announce the release of our latest exclusive tracks in the form of the International Bass EP. Reaching far and wide to three corners of the globe we have pulled… [more]
After the success of their first event with Titan Sound, Doctor Hooka aptly supported by the Relative Dimensions crew of Leygo, F-Block, Crash Groove and Psychotropic Frequencies have… [more]
Our second Reverbnation winner was Russian based breaker The Reptiles. Already with several releases under his belt on labels such as Subtribe, Elektroshok and Breakz R Boss,… [more]
This years Noisily Festival is now only 24 days away. Still not grabbed your tickets? Do so HERE. Very pleased to bring you an exclusive interview and a banger of a free track from… [more]
Everyone that has been exposed to the sounds of breakbeat will have undoubtedly rocked out to the classical, progressive and bass heavy wizardy of Mike Truman and Chris Healings,… [more]
We catch up with the main man behind Basement Freaks, Georgios Fotiadis! With a hectic touring schedule, new DJ mix and loads of new music in the making he is one incredibly… [more]
Another exclusive free download for you tonight from German DJ/Producer Bruce Missile. We have featured Bruce many times before with his outstanding reggae / hip hop re-edits, rubs… [more]
Now its time to throw down with the pairing of one of the biggest labels in the mid tempo, funk & breaks scene and one of the freshest new talents out there today, Bombstrikes and… [more]
The original release reached #1 on the Juno DnB & Jungle download chart, now Liondub-ODT Muzik amps it up with a set of remixes to suit all tastes
Serum quite literally sounds the alarm with a rapid fire bassline remix, next its Lost City fusing Jungle, Roots and EDM, Brian Brainstorm turns in some more fine work in his Raga Jungle rework, Samy Nicks & Rekwest go in hard while Geek Tekneek stirs up a different flava with a Trap drop, for the Reggae Bass heads, Sticky Joe cooks up a dubby refix and in conclusion Bassface Sascha drop their own VIP to finish off a package that’s seriously weighty!!!! Another tantalising teaser for the LP coming soon!!!!
Nina Wilde debuts on Bass=Win with two low slung jackin’ slices of Garage/House/Bass/Breaks fusion, as far as House N Bass goes you couldn’t get more now, fans of producers like Hypho, Spookz, Spekktrum and other similar artists will appreciate these two premium skankers!!!
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When did you first get into DJ’ing and producing?
I first started out on my high school radio station in San Rafael, CA (20 miles north of San Francisco) back in 1985. My shows were eclectic and consisted of Rock, Reggae, Hip Hop, and of course lots of Kraftwerk. I didn’t start producing until the early 90s and was really just kind of messing around with a friend’s rig on MOTU’s Performer. Later in the 90s I started getting some of my own gear and tried to work with as many people as possible so I could learn. John Selway is a good example – we made an Acid Breaks track together called “Supernatural” for Gruv 42’s label called Don’t Panic.
Some serious breaks n’ bass heat for those who like to party hard, stunning vocals from Verushka add to a electrifying bass heavy atmos on this essential banger which includes a remix by Kwerk, white hot fire!!!!
This crucial 3 track EP offers a new sound crafted from the enduring, taking the bass heavy breaks assault that is know with much love as Jungle and fusing it with elements of House & Techno for a deep sound with solid fundamentals and a groove that won’t let you go, props to both the artists and label who have come up with something extra special deserving of everyone’s attention.
To the potential doubters out there regarding 140/Future Jungle, those that say it has died a death, this writer would urge them to take the time to listen to these remixes of a sterling EP by Pressa originally released in the summer of 2013, Radiokillaz take ‘Mind Blown’ and add emphasis to the old skool ravey stabs adding in a whole loada Ragga bass n’ 140 Jungle breaks into the equation, K Man takes ‘Rollin Out’ in a direction not dissimilar to Pressa’s own production, swirling, deep low end bass heavy and stripped back with dubby atmospherics, finally Bojcot Selecta throws down the gauntlet with a masterclass in chopped up breaks reworking ‘Killa Soundboy’ into one of the best Future Jungle productions you will hear this year. Whatever your persuasion you simply cannot deny the sheer quality of these remixes.
Discovering Liverpool/Newcastle based label Something Different last year via stunning free giveaway tracks like Skeleton Army’s ‘Cant U C VIP’ and Ellroy’s ‘Orrery’ opened this writer up to the lush deep tech sounds championed by them, this was further cemented by Skeleton Army’s stunning remix of ‘Nobody’s Perfect’ by Paul Najera & Jr Quidaja and among this quality 12 track compilation of blissed out Balearic beats its Skeleton Army once again who deservedly takes the accolade of undoubtedly the best track with ‘Albie Back’ a rework of their 2013 track ‘Albie Your Friend’ and its truly stunning, taking the sonic brilliance of their work as part of legendary Jungle production team Foul Play and applying it to a deep/tech house blueprint that truly shines, enthralls and ultimately makes you want to listen continuously, a spine tingling otherworldly production that elevates an already great compilation to an absolute must have, something we cannot recommend enough , you have to indulge!!!