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We've been waiting for this a long, long time... "N To The Gs" is The Generals' most generous release since the "Five Star" EP two years ago. Five tracks deep, each one reminding us how hard Footsie and D Double E work. "Levels" will be recognisable to all house heads as they murk the Dickens out of a My Nu Leng vibe. "Bang Boi" updates the angular, aggy eski beat riddim with additional voices from Brakeman & Chronic while "Murking Yearly" nods its head to a classic west coast hip-hop mood. The most critical moment for many, though, will be an update of the 2003 classic "Frontline" wherein original member Monkstar returns for the first time in about a decade. Heritage hype.
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You don't need to go to the big smoke to hear the latest cutting edge sounds. Don't believe us? Well look no further than the far-flung reaches of Devon for proof. Hailing from Totnes, Libra makes the kind of head-spinning, foot-stepping hybrid house that reconfigures garage into a whole new 21st century form of dance. "Need Your Love" recalls the trippier end of deep 90s vocal house, with cosmic digital sprays and loopy organ riffs. Remix-wise Archive UK takes us into boomy, doomy DnB-meets-dubstep territory, whilst Tickles gives us some moody 2-step with an extra helping of wobble for good measure.
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The fresh-faced Daffy & Unkey duo make their debut on Bristol's Durkle Disco for the label's twelfth outing with four raucous neo-dubstep cuts. The first, "Hustlin'" is a true head jerker, all high-speed and revved up to the max for teeth grinding; "Night Terrors" is swamped, squelching on the bottom-end and utterly nasty, while Unkey goes in alone with the broken, clap-heavy beast that is "Come To Bury You". There's also two further rewirings of "Hustlin", one by Glacci and the other by Arcane Soul.
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Relative newcomer Majora, is a producer who loves division - he divided his time between Bath and Bristol and his sound between 'house, grime and garage'. He doesn't seem to extend this philosophy to record labels though, as he seems to be happy residing with Sounds Of Sumo, who give us a new release package. The title track is thick, gloopy jazz-step meets wobble (turned into heavy 4x4 by Spoils and campy speed garage by Conducta) and "Tech Leopard" takes things even deeper for a deliciously tropical head-nodder (turned raucous carnival jam by Doctor Jeep). Boom!
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Brighton's bass behemoth (in the making), Pavv, has already delivered some heavy vibes on labels such as This Is Bass and U Wot Blud? Now he's back with a sizzling four-tracker. The Big L EP goes hard and fast this time round, with the title being an anthemic, high-octane wobbler. "Always" takes the wobble down to its squelchiest depths, while "Where To Go" is thumpin' sci-fi 4x4 chaos. "Who's In Charge" then provides some lairy grime tropes devastating effect.
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Having recently secured this future-garage clash of the titans, a two track exclusive collaboration between space-bass man Conducta and Brighton's lunar garage hero, Moony, Artifice are (probably) doing Michael Jackson-style moonwalks with joy. Both tracks presented here possess a fury and velocity not normally encountered in the world of garage but these guys are clearly intent on hammering out their message hard and fast. "Bounce" sees warm, soulful keys waver over undulating bass and accelerated 2-steppy rhythms. "Remember" is speedier again with hard snares leading the charge over shots of wobble and retro Robin S-style organ melodies. Sweet!
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U Wot Blud deliver the most exhilarating new bass sounds around, so when they select someone for their Rising Stars series you know that they're gonna be good. Here there are three producers with stars in their eyes - first up we get the sci-fi dubstep march of "Gully As Charged" by Terpsichore, before taking off with the accelerated 4x4 disco-step of 'How To Love" and the deeper, sparse rhythms of "Make My P's", both by 94 Bliss. Finally Danny Stephens steps up to the plate with the sleazy wobble-grinder "Evil Intentions". The future of bassline is looking rosy!
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When Nasty FM's Tik & Borrow gave birth to In:Flux Audio, little did they know that they'd given birth to a monster. The At The Speed Of Life EP is sound the sound of urban Britain in the future. In other words, it sounds like how garage will sound for everybody else in 2025. There are three scorching tracks on here, with the title track leading the charge with its deep and hard grind, "Meth" sees a party-friendly MC rap layered on a deep speed garage joint and "Soon Come" wraps things up nicely with a more melancholic, yet bassy, jam.
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Despite being in the game for nearly 20 years, Tempo Elektrik, aka Jay Partridge, is only hitting his stride - remixing the likes of bonkers Czech pop star Veronika Vesper and more. Here he presents new track, "Looking", in two formats - an effervescent radio friendly pop-garage one, complete with Baby D-style piano motif, and his own four to the floor VIP remix that's destined for summer dancefloor carnage. Still on top of his game.
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Major Notes hasn't released an album since 2013's Dedication. However, "Nu African Disco Vol 2", which clocks in at five tracks, is probably his longest release yet. Continuing his African theme, we get a thrilling selection of his unique take on bass music - highlights include the digi-tropical bouncer "Fadama Riddim", the hypno house drum jam "Passa Passa" and DJ Spoko-style bleepy booty shaker "Dehka". Awesome.
Exclusives
MAJORA - Benny Blanco (Sounds Of Sumo)
JOEDAN - At The Speed Of Life EP (In:Flux Audio) - exclusive 15-06-2015
MAJOR NOTES - Nu African Disco Vol 2 (Lossol Entertainment)  - exclusive 01-06-2015
Exclusives
A2C/ANTONHY GENTLEMAN - Campanillas & Cliper EP (Pandora Box) - exclusive 31-12-2015
ANTHONY GENTLEMAN - Bass In You Face - EP (Pandora Box)
CONDUCTA/MOONY - Bounce/Remember (Artiface) - exclusive 05-06-2015
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