For those of you lucky enough to be at the birth of jungle in the 90’s you’d have undoubtedly come across the legendary Micky Finn who, packed with his arsenal of dubplates, led the charge and paved the way for jungle and drum & bass as we know it today. (more…)
To the casual observer, the Tantrum Desire brand is most associated with the kind of epic productions that have seen drum and bass become a mainstay of the mainstream. True heads, though, will know that there’s always been an undercurrent of genre-twisting experimentalism present, which came to the fore on last year’s huge album Diversified. So, which corners are explored on this EP? (more…)
Transported out of the future by the power of Jah Ionizer straight from Wonderland, Cheshire’s tall tales re-materialize through the looking glass of each crew member present during the disappearance. The control centre computer logs show immediately what happened and let us experience first-hand the remixomatic effect of Jah Ionisation.
King Yoof starts with a rose-tinted South London version of ‘I’m Sure’, followed by Birmingham’s Jinx and ’Troddin’ On’. The smokily irrepressible Aries & Jacky Murda insist on starting with ‘Just the Herbs’ , and continue by recounting Sticky Joe’s story of sticky situations with overzealous constabulary on his rootsy rendition of ‘Police Officer’. The final chapter sees an excursion through authentic 90’s cassette history as ‘Bounty Hunter’ is translated by Rahmanee, revealing the shocking conundrum of an unexpected ending.
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The 5th and final album by the veteran emcee Easton Wilson known as Corban. 11 years after the release of his first album back in 2004 comes his last ever album ‘It Is Finished’.
If you’ve locked onto one of Erb N Dub’s streamed studio sessions, then you’ll have witnessed a producer who revels in the craft of music-making. And that sense of musicianship comes through whether he’s in front of a DAW, behind a real live drum-kit as part of Wicked City or delivering a furiously scratch-laden DJ set. It’s the musician’s symbiosis of the technical and the artistic that means an Erb N Dub production is always innovative and frequently unexpected. (more…)
It’s been a year since Salaryman first released on Sub Slayers and the buzz is still going strong. With an impressive back catalogue of releases from Ram Records to Infrared and more there really is no stopping the French Drum & Bass don.
Turn Up The Bass EP is 3 firing cuts, all packed with kilo tonnes of dance floor appeal and energy:
- TURN UP THE BASS: Party Starter with a nod to the Hip Hop heads
- INSIDE YOUR HEAD: Hands in the air stomp & shaker
- THE DEVIL WITHIN: A deceitful bass converter
Beatport Exclusive: 25 March
Worldwide Release: 08 April
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To follow up their #1 charting Dubstep (Beatport) release, metal influenced EDM act Mantis make their debut on Crime Kitchen. The story of the Avidity EP, a 5 song concept in Mantis’s own words “We wanted to challenge ourselves with this release. (more…)
Airhead takes us somewhere different. With a funky techstep call and response pattern, this is an instant dancefloor bubbler. (more…)