L Plus’ hotly anticipated ‘Hideout LP’ lands on Technique Recordings 10/03/17
When your album features collabs with John B, Muffler, Drumsound & Bassline Smith and MC Coppa, that in itself is an endorsement that carries considerable weight.
And when your LP is loaded with killers like the uplifting title track, the duelling lasers of ‘Battleground’, the insane dance dynamics of ‘Avenger’, atmospheric synthwave influenced John B collab ‘Original 80s’ and grittier than grit itself banger ‘Final Chapter’ among the 15 deadly weapons then in reality, no endorsement is needed nor is it lofty enough. Your DnB dosage for the day, week, month, year and millennium is right here!!!
We have a pretty big backlog of tunes to blog for you and we wouldn’t want you missing out on the bass!!!! So, without further ado…..
VA- MNK001 [Manuka Records]
When Hypho is the driving force behind a new label you know this is going to be big!!! Manuka Records launches with a free compilation of dark bass n breaks including top producers such as Bojcot Selectah, Galvatron & Delo
The Tough Love team are back with another massive vocal house anthem for 2016, thanks to the lovely vocals of Arlissa and the signature carnival tinged Tough Love sound ‘Touch’ is already tearing things up
Vital Elements & Micky Finn- So Good/True Guidance [Serial Killaz Recordings]
When a veteran and true legend like Micky Finn is involved, you know you’re in for something extra special. Teaming up with Vital Elements, DnB gets elevated to a whole new level with two forward thinking but most certainly dancefloor ready productions
L Double – Back in the Jungle LP [Flex Industries]
Hosted by original junglist L Double ‘Back To The Jungle’ is a huge selection of across board Jungle/DnB from Liquid to Tearout, 140BPM to 180BPm featuring an array of talent including Galvatron, Greekboy, 2Brainz, Scattyone, Direct Feed & Satin plus more
Hailing from East London, Kaylah shows some real talent and amazing production skills with two squelching and bleeping slices of Acid/Tech House. ‘They Don’t Know’ bounces along with firm intent and ‘Tripped; is nothing short of melodic brilliance
This label just keeps getting better, we’ve said it before, we’re saying it again. Screechin’ bouncin’ bassy tech house straight from the ghetto is what’s on offer from De Vriend plus straight up dope, straight up jackin’ remixes from the likes of Chunk
You can always expect quality beats from an artist like L Plus, ‘One Tonne Of Bass’ on Technique Recordings is more like 50 megatons of bass, 4 prime cuts of rave ready DnB, our pick of the bangers? We’ll go for the Mentasm loaded ‘Snitch’ its a bit spicy!!!!