Lost In The Future (feat Jenna G & Futurebound) - (4:56) 174 BPM
Dusk To Dawn - (4:32) 175 BPM
Afterlife (BCee remix) - (4:28) 175 BPM
Cross The Line (Metrik remix) - (4:48) 175 BPM
Anubis (Inside Info remix) - (4:38) 175 BPM
Further Away - (4:17) 175 BPM
Run Riot (Sub Zero remix) - (5:21) 175 BPM
Cryptkeeper (Mind Vortex remix) - (4:09) 58 BPM
All Fall Down (feat Shaz Sparks - Fred V & Grafix remix) - (4:55) 58 BPM
Hot Pursuit (Funtcase remix) - (4:10) 175 BPM
Watch It Burn (feat Ayah Marar - High Maintenence remix) - (4:37) 173 BPM
Change Me (Submorphics remix) - (5:00) 175 BPM
Hot Pursuit (Dead Battery remix) - (3:47) 140 BPM
Menace (Mefjus remix) - (5:45) 172 BPM
Portal (Subwave remix) - (5:47) 175 BPM
Make The Call (Drum & Bass mix) - (5:20) 174 BPM
The Lesson (feat Skittles - Body & Soul vs Fourward remix) - (4:32) 175 BPM
Hot Pursuit (Cazio remix) - (4:36) 64 BPM
Review: Camo & Krooked, the mighty Austrian duo signed exclusively to Hospital Records, return to the fore with "Between The Lines", an immense 14-track remix album which takes their award-winning debut Cross The Line to a whole new level. Particular highlights from across the selection include Inside Info's superb, tech-y interpretation of "Anubis", SubZero's turbocharged jump up remix of "Run Riot" and Funtcase's unrelenting version of "Hot Pursuit". There are also some exclusive tracks from the boys themselves, just to top things off. Miss this at your peril!
Loving You Is Easy (Infuze remix) - (3:52) 128 BPM
Loving You Is Easy (Pomrad remix) - (5:01) 124 BPM
Armageddon - (4:58) 87 BPM
Review: This Austrian super duo recently dropped their fourth full length LP, Zeitgeist, back in September. For a D&B album, it was particularly varied - including the almost French touch banger "Loving You Is Easy". Now it's back for more as a single boasting a host of killer mixes. The new radio edit is pure "Get Lucky" vibes, Spy ups the pitch for some poppy D&B, Infuze goes for some epic fidget bass and Pomrad pushes the LP version 's filtered loop approach even further. Also non-album track "Armageddon" ends things with a hypey Chase & Status-esque frenzy. Rad!
Review: Hospital's very own Austrian super duo hit back hard with their fourth full length LP releasing two years of hard work and studio time out into the open. No doubt made with packed dancefloors across the globe in mind, we of course all know and love the addictive keys and white static of "All Night" like it was our very own, but there's much more to see here. Featuring a whole host of fresh influences from French house, funk and indie-electronica, there's more to see here than your average smash-hit D&B album. Even if you think this isn't for you, trust us, "All Night" is. It so is.
Review: Hospital Records bring out the big guns in time for festival season with possibly the summeriest experimental drum & bass smash hit of the year so far. Forgoing the obvious build and drop, a piano intro makes way for lovely retro pads building the beat again and again as intricate percussion pops, clicks and buzzes around them. Light airy piano lifts the whole track alongside smashing live drums and euphoric vocals and then - get this - funk guitar a la Daft Punk's latest effort melts into 1970s jazz-disco-synthpop for the final minute. A set ender to end all set enders. Giorgio Moroder would be proud.
Review: What is there to say about Shogun Audio that hasn't already been said at length directly into your ear at 3am? Friction's brainchild has become one of the scene's biggest, most successful and perhaps most importantly one of the most highly-regarded labels in recent years. A decade might not be a long time in D&B talk, but 10 years has been long enough for Shogun to put its stamp on almost everything making its way from the underground and into the blinding light of day. From the experimental sounds of Alix Perez, Rockwell and Icicle to the spellbinding Technimatic, right through to the chart-bothering escapades of Camo & Krooked, this is a flip through the highlights of Shogun's life. In case you forgot, it's been a brilliant one so far. Roll on the next 10 years.
Review: The beast has landed! Ram Records' most important releases in recent times, the pioneering label celebrate quarter of a century with this insane collection of 25 seminal cuts and 17 selected reversions. Roots and future all in check, every cut reminds why Ram and its founder Andy C have the status they do in drum & bass. Total Science's tasteful jazz touches on "Cool Down", Metrik's growling Aston Martin style rebuild of "X-Ray", Bladerunner's precision update on "Quest", Shimon's personal update on his and Andy's "Night Flight", Chase & Status's elephantine shake-up of "Valley Of The Shadows". We're just listing perfect remixes for the sake of it now... You already know how big a deal this is.
Various - "Various Artists" (continuous DJ mix 2 by UKF Bass Culture 2) - (1:17:09)
Various - "Various Artists" (continuous DJ mix 2 by UKF Bass Culture 2) - (1:19:01)
Review: Bass is all over the place in the UK at the moment, so much so that this is already the second instalment in this recent compilation series. Boasting some heavy hitters including number one hit "Feel The Love" by Rudimental feat John Newman, we get 40 tracks spanning drum and bass, dupstep and electro house. Highlights include the fluffy pop meets dubstep of Netsky's "Come Alive", the wobble-hop of Foreign Beggars' "Flying To Mars", the future drum and bass of "I Remember" by Culture Shock and the epic synths of Camo & Krooked's "Further Away".