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Rowdy/Madman
BR 011
10 Feb 17
Drum And Bass
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Rowdy (feat Fallout) - (4:26) 175 BPM
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Madman - (4:26) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Session
BR 019
30 Jun 17
Drum And Bass
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Alphaze, Purcell - "Badman" - (3:40) 175 BPM
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Alphaze, Maze - "On It" - (4:24) 175 BPM
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Alphaze, Purcell - "Fiend" - (4:26) 175 BPM
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Alphaze, Purcell - "Million Spliff" - (4:26) 175 BPM
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Alphaze - "Apolllo" - (4:28) 175 BPM
System
BR 005
11 Nov 16
Drum And Bass
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System - (5:07) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Euphoric (VIP) - (4:28) 175 BPM
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Dr Evil - (3:39) 175 BPM
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Kipnap (feat Aliman) - (4:23) 175 BPM
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Review: Belgium is ablaze with bass right now. A hugely healthy scene that's been turbo charged by planet-shaking events such as Rampage, the country has spawned a whole generation of artists who are cutting their own dark paths into the genre. Bass Smith's been swathing his path down for two years and he has the releases to prove it. "System" is proof; a stepper that gurgles with an unusual bass tone and a message every doctor can agree with: bass is good for your soul. Elsewhere we hit spine-tingling breakdown bliss on "Euphoria VIP", we get spiked out and bitter on "Dr Evil" while "Kidnap" shreds up the finale vibes with a bassline so metallic and nasty it would make Guv blush. Can't beat the system.
Space
BR 001
10 Oct 16
Drum And Bass
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Space - (4:35) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Trusted - (4:26) 175 BPM
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Not Dubstep/Who's Your Daddy
BR 012
17 Feb 17
Drum And Bass
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Not Dubstep - (4:02) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Who's Your Daddy - (4:49) 175 BPM
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Review: With its oddball spoken samples and strange cuts on the fills, there's a wry High Rankin-style silliness/sarcasm on "Not Dubstep" as it licks back and forth over a ricochet, slightly manic bass tones and tripletty swing. "Who's Your Daddy" flips for an even more experimental edge as a cavalcade of harmonic basses fall over into whirling pools of total pranged out bass textures. Handle with care: these need to be dropped when you're confident of your dancefloor's sanity.
Have You/Fight
BR 009
09 Jan 17
Drum And Bass
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Have You - (4:24) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Fight - (3:39) 175 BPM
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Review: Some of the best tunes are based on contrast. Tracks where light and dark bounce off each other to create a sense of drama and momentum. Tracks like "Have You": What starts off as a soulful dancefloor charmer (a la Break) suddenly switches into a disgusting bass attack that's made all the heavier in the sudden change of mood. Some of the best tunes are also based on straight up fugliness. Tracks where the riff hits you face-first and takes you balls deep to places of extreme darkness. Tracks like "Fight"; a cut which lives up to its name in every way. Some of Heskk's best tunes so far right here.

The Coolest
BR 006
18 Nov 16
Drum And Bass
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The Coolest - (4:23) 175 BPM
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The Coolest (Eazy remix) - (4:28) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: Ripper by name, ripper by nature - Cornish Jack has well and truly obliterated 2016 with his sharp, angular take on jump-up. Nasty enough to keep the fakers at bay, funky enough not to alienate folk (and usually armed with a well-considered and wry sample), "The Coolest" is yet another example of dagger-drawn signature. Waspy basses nip and tuck over concrete beats while the spoken word does its thing. Looking for a little more chaos in the basses? Head for Eazy's mix. Cool.
9 Lives
BR 002
07 Oct 16
Drum And Bass
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9 Lives - (3:43) 177 BPM
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Bad - (4:11) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Backstrappin/Shaolin
BR 018
09 Jun 17
Drum And Bass
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Backstrappin - (4:23) 175 BPM
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Shaolin - (4:23) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: Gnawing into the game with brutal behaviour, rising UK talent Killill makes his debut on Bulletproof with two volcanic riff-heavy thrashers. "Backstrappin" gurgles swearwords at you with its swampy slimy bass textures while "Shaolin" is more minimal make-up as the beats swathe through the tight two-step with cutlass supremacy the title suggests. Guaranteed to kill any ills you're feeling.
The Remixes Vol 1
BR 015
10 Apr 17
Drum And Bass
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Tsuki - "Street Wars" (Premium remix) - (4:29) 175 BPM
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Kanine - "9 Lives" (K Motionz remix) - (3:39) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: Remix time: Bulletproof don their protective clothing for two killer versions of two recent tried and tested bangers. First up Tsuki's "Street Wars" continues to develop a life of its own. As the dust settles from the recent VIP, Premium adds a whole new layer of thugged out prang-flavoured bass. K Motionz follows with an equally suited, booted and space-funked twist on Bulletproof's second ever release - Kanine's barking mad "9 Lives". With more to follow, it feels like Bulletproof are only just getting started.
Wicked Ways
BR 003
14 Oct 16
Drum And Bass
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Wicked Ways - (4:26) 175 BPM
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Wicked Ways (Ironlung remix) - (4:26) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Drunk Driving/Killed Somebody
BR 008
09 Dec 16
Drum And Bass
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Drunk Driving - (4:24) 175 BPM
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Killed Somebody - (4:27) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: Producer, DJ, MC...Rising freshman Sarge is a triple threat. His beats are even more threatening... Guttural, uncompromised, gritty and with the right amount of humour and funk, he knows what he's up to. Even with the track order of titles on this release. "Drink Driving" uses a Not Another Teen Movie sample over spring break build before dropping into a "Diplodocus" style grunting riff. "Kill Someone" takes us on a much trip with much more broken glass in the spiked-out riff. Murderation.
Come Play With Us/Trouble
BR 014
17 Mar 17
Drum And Bass
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Come Play With Us - (4:20) 178 BPM
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Trouble - (3:39) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: The Bulletproof label like to keep it underground, stealthily releasing gargantuan records by the likes of Jack The Ripper, Basstriper and Kanine. Here they signed up the frankly terrifying clown group Tesseract for a mean two-track assault. Having seen what they look like, "Come Play With Us" doesn't strike us as the most tantalising invitation ever, but one listen to the track, with its stop-start steppy beats and tormented metallic bass emissions, and we're won over. On the digital flip "Trouble" with its quack-quack bass notes and movie quote samples is totally bonkers.
Confidential
BR 016
28 Apr 17
Drum And Bass
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Confidential - (4:28) 175 BPM
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Blind - (3:42) 175 BPM
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Crash - (4:24) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Partners - (4:28) 175 BPM
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Review: Belgian laser blazer Trafalgar ain't no square. This hefty four-track Bulletproof EP is proof... With its twisted dynamics and surprises, "Confidential" burns through rules like a spy shreds sensitive papers, "Blind" slams and pops on with a crazy triplet-style drone-fest while "Crash" stutters and growls with a hypnotic staccato bass effect. Finally "Partners" closes the deal with eerie tones on the build up before dropping into another ugly signature jitter riff. Sense melting material.
Gold Chains No Brains
BR 004
24 Oct 16
Drum And Bass
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Blue Dream - (4:23) 175 BPM
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Know It All - (4:23) 175 BPM
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Smart Arse - (4:25) 175 BPM
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Champion - (4:24) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Know It All (Nu Elementz remix) - (4:01) 175 BPM
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Street Wars/Rudeboy
BR 007
05 Dec 16
Drum And Bass
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Street Wars - (4:27) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Rudeboy - (4:24) 175 BPM
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Review: More Midlands murkery as Droitwich newcomer Tsuki continues to amplify on his recent Stickybass arrival siren. This time he's on Bulletproof with two heavily armoured workouts: "Street Wars" focuses our attention on a pranged out bass tone that jumps hard but punches with a mature Bristol funk that belies Tsuki's 19 years. "Rudeboy" is all about the swagger with its tripletty step and Happy-era Hazard higher range bass riff before dropping into sombre, bone-chilling pads. Going places.
Inspector Gadget
BR 013
03 Mar 17
Drum And Bass
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Inspector Gadget - (4:28) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Addiction - (4:24) 175 BPM
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Ruff Endz - (4:31) 175 BPM
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Street Wars (VIP) - (4:28) 175 BPM
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Review: Go go gadget gully: Tsuki returns to Bulletproof after a liquid cameo role on Bass Legion with four more messages of menace. "Inspector Gadget" riffs with a Clipz-style infectiousness while "Addiction" tackles serious social challenges with the ugliest, croakiest bassline possible. "Ruff Endz" is all about the buzzy higher end bass texture he's making his signature. Finally a cheeky VIP that doubles up the bassline pressure of last year's damager "Street Wars". Fresh.
Skank Out
BR 017
15 May 17
Drum And Bass
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Bossman - (4:23) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Murder - (4:32) 175 BPM
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Skank Out - (4:25) 176 BPM
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Walking Dead - (4:23) 175 BPM
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Review: South coast soldier Vital makes his debut on the turbo-charged young label Bulletproof who are already 17 releases deep after seven months of ops! Living up to his name once again, each cut tickles a different corner of D&B's dark underbelly: "Skank Out" is plain lethal with its MC sample, open-hand slap bassline, loose drums and iced textures, "Bossman" fuses a little jungle magic and soundsystem samples with a nagging bouncing riff while "Murder" goes in for the kill with its lower, grumbling bass hook that refuses to quit. Finally "Walking Dead" adds a little mischief as a carnival bassline sizzles and pings its way around a swaggering, mildly skanked two-step. Vital by name....
Karma
BR 010
04 Feb 17
Drum And Bass
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Karma - (4:01) 175 BPM
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Times Up - (4:01) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: Abominable basslines! Young Yeti is already turning heads with his sharp, sinewy signature. A clipped riffy sound that sits between Belgian and UK styles, it's all about the sharp, buzzy energy across both tracks. "Karma" pays back with raw, guttural bass tones and a ghostly riser that creeps out of nowhere. "Time's Up" ticks with much more dangerous tock - paranoid, twist and great for double drops, this guarantees raised hairs on every single body on the dancefloor.
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