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29 Dec 09
Played by: Stereotype
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11 Feb 13
Review: Legendary reggae and dancehall vocalist Johnny Osbourne has been one of the most distinctive voices on the roots reggae scene since the late 70s. Combine his perfect pipes with Toronto's original jungle henchman Marcus Visionary and you end up with a totally tropical drum and bass insta-classic in a rub-a-dub style. Marcus has chosen to release two versions of this banger on Liondub International, and it's not hard to see why; the virtual flip sees the original dubplate version gain a meaner work-over for 2013, adding an edge that will surely have dancefloors skanking from here to Kingston. A little bit a sunshine for us all.
29 Mar 13
Played by: Seed Organization
Review: The third release from Junglist Sound features Johnny Osbourne re-visiting one of his biggest roots reggae tunes. BONES & Curfew drop a minimal yet banging drum & bass remix, adding pressure and tension with big, dirty Amens. The Seed Organization steps up with a future reggae re-dub, bringing their rough and ready style to a track that's defied the ages and remained a classic through years of changing tastes. It's important to note that although both tracks are very different re-working of the original, Johnny O's classic vocals shine though. Something original for the collector crew.
05 Nov 12
850MB of dark resonating soundscapes, twisted breaks, deep subliminal basslines and glitched & metallic percussion for drum & bass producers
13 Aug 12
Played by: Able Danger, Juno Recommends Drum & Bass, Dephzac, Fed Conti, Chris Su, Dose, Calyx & Teebee
Review: Octane & DLR continue their slew of sick releases with two tasty cuts from their forthcoming album, and it's safe to say the Method In The Madness LP sampler shows there are more great things to come from this ever-promising duo. First up is the wonderfully tech-ed up sounds of "Murmur" which features Bristol based D&B producer Break - think rough, touch drums, pounding bass and plenty of menace throughout. Accompanying this is "Red Mist VIP" which is another killer cut and features Subterra and Gusto. We can't wait for the album so make sure you check this out.
Collection of dark drum & bass presets for Native Instruments' FM8 synth featuring bass, arpeggios, FX, synths, leads & pads
01 Oct 10
05 Dec 11
Review: Pure stripped back duttiness on this one as Cern & Dabs go to work on Octane & DLR's "Back In The Grind" for Leeds' finest, Dispatch Recordings. Now celebrating 10 years in the game, TC1's long running imprint continues to maintain a high level of consistency with this remix garnering plaudits from scene heavyweights such as Andy C and Marky. On the flipside Octane & DLR are joined by EBK on "Zulu Fade" and the result is a minimal roller with clipped, taut beats and sci-fi fx thrown into the mix.
10 Sep 12
30 Jan 12
Review: Ever-prolific duo Octane & DLR join forces with South London's Survival for the first track of this split single - a rough, rowdy riddim entitled "The Others". Here the production trio pair a gentle, breathy, ethereal vocal with pummelling b-line, deftly placed, pattering drums and exquisitely clinking SFX. The rolling subs below add further weight to this monster - you're in for a treat bass heads! Then it's over to Arkaik for "Gumshoe" - this one's a lot deeper with grinding bass snaking around rippling synthlines and spaced out atmospherics taking over in the breakdown. Great stuff here from Dispatch.