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Raise - (5:18) 58 BPM
Edge VIP - (5:20) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Tower - (5:57) 175 BPM
Ribs - (5:57) 173 BPM
Imperial - (5:53) 58 BPM
Million - (5:42) 175 BPM
Ashby - (5:20) 174 BPM
Principles - (6:50) 173 BPM
Review: Don't be fooled by the title; D&B pioneer A Sides hasn't gone all Christian Grey on us, 50 Shades Of A is actually the sound of him celebrating his 50th birthday with eight crucial new tracks. "Raise" cuts the first slice of badboy birthday cake with a nod to the classic Bristol style, all rolling and rough around the edges. It's followed by slice after slice after slice... "Edge VIP" sees him update his 2018 Chronic banger with added bass venom, "Tower" is a pure breakbeat hurricane, "Ribs" is a twisted paranoid stepper while "Imperial" nods to a Headz style sound with dramatic cinematic tom-thumping drums. Elsewhere "Million" takes us on a dreamy vocal vibe, "Ashby" shows us A Sides' most sentimental side while "Principles" closes on a beautiful jazzy touch and ensures every flavour A Sides has been crafting since day one is repped in true style. Happy birthday A Sides.
14 Feb 20
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Amenity - (6:00) 172 BPM
Interface Pt 1 (feat Commix) - (5:54) 174 BPM
Radon Test (feat Cory James) - (5:12) 172 BPM
2 Times (feat Dave Owen) - (5:24) 174 BPM
Rainmaker (feat Strategy) - (4:38) 170 BPM
Garrison Place - (4:36) 170 BPM
Recall (feat Commix) - (6:27) 57 BPM
Take Me Back - (6:54) 53 BPM
Autofacs (feat Jamal) - (5:18) 172 BPM
Never The Same - (4:19) 159 BPM
Bad Break (feat DRS) - (6:03) 57 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Sci-Fi - (5:45) 170 BPM
Flesh Wounds (feat Robert Manos) - (4:53) 172 BPM
Albiorix (feat Danny Rhodes) - (5:02) 174 BPM
Before Your Eyes - (5:55) 53 BPM
Left Behind - (4:15) 158 BPM
Review: After such a massive year in 2019 with their 25th anniversary celebrations, you could forgive Metalheadz if they took their foot off the gas for a second as we hurtle into a new decade. But no, if anything they're ramping up again. And Adred's debut album is proof. From that introductory headbutt of a tune "Amenity" right through to the turbo-charged emotions and floatiness of the finale "Left Behind", the longstanding NYC artist has created a monster of a debut album here. Dedicated to his father, featuring the likes of Commix, DRS, Jamal, Strategy, Dave Owen and exploring every shade, style and sound that's inspired and drove him for the last 16 years of production, Adred has delivered a quintessential Headz album here. Essential.
21 Feb 20
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Menace - (3:39) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Showtime - (4:23) 175 BPM
Played by: Ego Trippin, Slipz
Review: Every now and then, you just want a release that slams start to finish. No frills, no pretence of trying to be something that it isn't, just solidly banging D&B that gets your head nodding and your feet moving. Banzai has done that here and this single is a run of attitude-packed jump up, all of which would sound fat through a sound system. 'Menace' is a highlight, samples leading you in into a fluttering array of jagged synth-lines and boom-bap drum hits, a vibe that's quickly transferred across into 'Showtime' - snapping percussive hits, moody bass notes and melody that oozes power.
14 Feb 20
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Bazza Ranks - (3:27) 98 BPM
Vibes Master (Reggae mix) - (3:49) 88 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Vibes Master (Digital mix) - (3:33) 93 BPM
Vibes Master (Drum N Bass Mix.) - (5:44) 88 BPM
Bazza Ranks (Funk mix) - (5:22) 114 BPM
Played by: Johnnypluse
Review: It's time for another top notch link up as the legendary vocal prowess of Dynamite MC links up with the ever-ready Bazza Ranks for a tidy new single named 'Vibes Master', courtesy of Irish Moss & Kudos Records. The track itself is a futuristic, dancehall inspired chopper, driven by the high energy vocal displays of both artists, making this one an instant party starter. The project comes complete with an array of remixes, including a groovy reggae mix, a highly percussive Digital version, a high energy Drum N Bass mix and of course a smooth Funk version, giving this one some serious reach!
IMR 051
14 Feb 20
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Greatest Treasure - (3:30) 112 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Liondub - "Soap" (Riddim version) - (3:27) 112 BPM
Review: Blackout Ja and Liondub unleash the first of their Blacklion Movements project and it's a big one; "Greatest Treasure" sees Blackout rolling out his distinctive gravelled tones, going toe-to-toe with another vital voice in modern day dancehall YT, while Liondub lays down a slinky, sexy dancehall rhythm. Weighty enough to buss up a system, roomy enough for both MCs to give all ladies in the dance a heartfelt salute, intimate enough to get everyone dancing up close... With Valentines Day en route, the timing of this could not be better. Treasure this.
14 Feb 20
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Full Speed Ahead - (4:28) 175 BPM
1 To The 2 - (4:06) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Bruk can really make music and his latest piece of work is out over on Sub-Cautious Audio. Full Speed Ahehad is an energetic piece of jump-up construction that doesn't hesitate to punch you in the face and its exemplified by the title track, a bass-filled expression of dancefloor hatred which moves in mysterious yet obvious ways. It bangs, basically, as does the rest of the single, with a B-side that could easily have been on the A.
SCA 003
14 Feb 20
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No Sense - (4:34) 175 BPM
You - (4:30) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Forget Me - (4:34) 175 BPM
Where You Are - (4:28) 175 BPM
Review: We're not quite sure how Chilly manages to put out so many releases, to be honest, because they're just always on it. Always on a mix of labels, this time it's Audio Overload. The title track is refreshingly futuristic, creative synth work and stepping drum smacks forming archways of diving bass force, a joy to listen to and we'd imagine pretty devastating on the dancefloor. 'You' sees Chilly on more familiar territory - naughty jump up that makes you want to hit your nan. 'Forget Me' is different again, a pummelling, fluid back end laid out beneath a rolling set of drums. Yes mate!
AOR 152
21 Feb 20
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Chicken Shop - (4:49) 175 BPM
Whah Gwan - (5:02) 58 BPM
Move - (3:44) 175 BPM
Old Time Stylee - (4:59) 174 BPM
Chicken Shop Reggae - (3:05) 175 BPM
Whah Gwan (DJ Gaw remix) - (4:23) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Move (Alcemist remix) - (5:52) 175 BPM
Review: Coming in with the reggae, junglist vibes this week is Chopstick Dubplate, who are releasing on their own label alongside Natty Campbell, an MC and vocalist who, if you don't know, sounds absolutely mint above a ragged jungle beat. 'Chicken Shop' is the title tune and deservedly so, featuring a bubbling, bouncing and banging bassline which sits perfectly beneath the flowing lyrical business being conducted by Campbell above. This EP stretches to seven tracks and highlights well the reputation that Chopstick Dubplate have cultivated over years in the game. Top stuff.
20 Feb 20
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The Witness - (5:14) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Concept One & JAK - "Gutters" - (4:50) 175 BPM
Concept One & JAK - "Delta" - (3:44) 175 BPM
Monsoon (VIP) - (4:31) 170 BPM
Review: Coming in hot with the filthy minimal approach this week is Concept One on Incurzion Audio, the Wales based imprint which never fails to make us wince with beautifully crafted, tightly edged music that seems more befitting the urban sprawls of London than the rolling hills of South Wales. Either way, Concept One has smashed this one, with four-tracks that, to put it simply, bang. The title tune barks at you with a grate of energy, fluid energy moving underneath and giving it a lovely, lively feel. The VIP of 'Monsoon' is a penetrating halftime number, whilst they team up with JAK for the jungle flip of 'Delta' and the distorted perfection of 'Gutters'. Sick, sick stuff.
INC 015
21 Feb 20
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Ego Trippin - "Dutty Grinder" - (4:24) 175 BPM
Filthy Habits - "Boom Shanka" - (4:23) 175 BPM
Ego Trippin - "Jazz Curve" - (4:03) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Natural Error - "Soldier" - (4:01) 175 BPM
Played by: Ego Trippin, Slipz
Review: Hi Def are one of the most prolific jump-up labels around. We regularly feature their releases and they almost always smash it out of the park, this time being no different. Access All Areas is a fiery EP, featuring Ego Trippin, Filthy Habits and more, that epitomizes the type of jump-up, but also slightly different flavours as well, that, in more ways than one, has defined D&B over the past couple of years - no-nonsense, uncompromising and proudly nonchalant about what you think. It's just pure attitude, dancefloor-based music at its best and music that simply does what it wants, there's no pretentiousness or image-orientated concerns - it's just D&B. Big, big tunes.
14 Feb 20
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Declared Hostile - (4:31) 57 BPM
Notification - (4:23) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Overthinking - (4:23) 175 BPM
Falco & Aflek - "Collision" - (6:13) 175 BPM
Review: Dubstomp 2 Bass are the Birmingham based imprint of madmen who, day-in-day-out, push forth some of the vilest beats known to both the Midlands and the UK more broadly. Falco is their latest alumni and, judging from this EP, he's graduating with a first in D&B studies. 'Notification' is the standout tune from the album, a deep and dark roller that sits comfortably within current D&B trends and which hits harder than a train that's just gone off the rails, its knockout snare drum and monochromatic bassline effortlessly moving about the arrangement. 'Overthinking' gets light and 'Colliision' is the naughty kid of the groups and knows it, whilst 'Declared Hostile' is another vicious rolling little number. Cop this one.
DS2B 166
14 Feb 20
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Deadlights - (5:32) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Suprised - (4:45) 175 BPM
Review: Falco's Deadlight's single on Raw Motion isn't one of those releases for people who like to sit back, sip on a mug of matured whisky and debate the stylistic evolution of music. It's not about pretention, it's about having a good time and for that purpose it's ideally suited. Two tracks full of dancefloor vigour, Falco has achieved his presumed goal of making music that'll get people moving. 'Deadlights' has that Souped Up-esque forcefulness to its bass lines, that torn, ripping feel that only a proper foghorn will get you; 'Surprised' hits that suspense in the build perfectly, leading in the snapping drums underneath something very special.
RMR 007
14 Feb 20
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Wizards - (4:23) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Phrantic - (4:23) 175 BPM
Doozy - (4:23) 175 BPM
Azurewrath - (4:06) 175 BPM
Review: Cre8 Dnb Music are one of the most prolific jump-up labels around. We regularly feature their releases and they almost always smash it out of the park, this time being no different. Fanatics' Wizards is a fiery EP that epitomizes the type of jump-up, but also slightly different flavours as well, that, in more ways than one, has defined D&B over the past couple of years - no-nonsense, uncompromising and proudly nonchalant about what you think. It's just pure attitude, dancefloor- based music at its best and music that simply does what it wants, there's no pretentiousness or image-orientated concerns - it's just D&B. Big, big tunes and we especially like track one, the title track, for its almost neurofunk approach to clunky stabs and rippling basses. Awesome.
CRE 8042
24 Feb 20
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Hey Mr Policeman - (4:01) 170 BPM
Disappear - (3:57) 174 BPM
Let Me Tell You Something - (4:26) 175 BPM
Ting A Ling - (4:21) 172 BPM
So Good - (4:27) 58 BPM
Down - (4:27) 57 BPM
Faysha & Damageman - "Hey Mr Policeman" (Damageman remix) - (4:24) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Faysha & Dublic - "Let Me Tell You Something" (Dublic remix) - (4:34) 175 BPM
Played by: Damageman, Guzi
Review: Faysha is landing on Dutty Bass Audio with an unsophisticated but incredibly fun release, one which, if you hear out live, is certain to get you moving. There's a carelessness and a freedom to these tracks and it's a tangible sense of kinetics. The title track kicks things off in style but it's 'Hey Mr Policeman' that really takes the cake, a winding, foghorn heavy track that flips between wobbling shimmers and jump-up stabs. It's a wicked track and definitely the highlight of the release. 'Ting A Ling' is another absolute banger but one that's deep and bouncy in all the right ways. Sick release.
DBA 018
21 Feb 20
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The Key - (4:26) 175 BPM
Review: Filthy Habits and Jeopardize - two savagely on-point basssmiths usually spotted lurking around the G13 camp - land on Heist's Co-Lab imprint with this absolute barnstormer of a banger. Running drums, big flabby basses and a drive that can cut through any mix and knock crowds off their feet; both acts' longstanding collaborative history can be felt in every detail here. Tracks like this are built to last. They got the key... But what is the secret?
14 Feb 20
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Mesmerise - (4:30) 174 BPM
Review: Already donning it in bassline and garage circles, Flava D is now beginning to slap D&B into shape, too. Now officially part of the Hospital family, here she builds on previous Hospital outings "Human Trump" and "Return To Me" with her first proper debut single for the label. Bouncy, dreamy, musically layered and just the right side of cheeky, there's a timeless edge to this that's rooted in that classic liquid sound that catapulted Hospital into the big leagues in the first place. Mesmerising material.
14 Feb 20
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Get Some Juice - (3:22) 175 BPM
The Face Of God - (4:12) 175 BPM
WTF - (3:01) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Time - (4:28) 175 BPM
Lock & Key (feat BP MC) - (3:06) 175 BPM
Played by: Teej, Damageman, Guzi
Review: This release honestly doesn't mess around. It carries a serious sense of potency despite its clear lack of pretentious sophistication, because D&B of this type simply isn't about sophistication, it's about making something so filthy the audience won't even understand what hit them. Everyone on this release has certainly accomplished that here, I mean just have a listen to the rippling sines, percussive naughtiness and bassline badassery that is 'Get Some Juice', a beautifully spacious tune that still manages to make you feel like you've been attacked by a dog. This is a crazy release from start to finish.
BNT 008
14 Feb 20
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Law Of The Jungle - (3:42) 175 BPM
The Gateway - (4:31) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Short Circuit have a bit of a reputation for spewing out some of the most venomous beats in the business and their talent for pushing some of the best artists on the jump-up spectrum is undeniable. Ironlung is holding up that standard and he's doing it in style, something clear right from the start of this single. 'Law of the Jungle' reels you in with hip-hop driven, rolling energy, that quickly flips into a siren-like wail of pure, stabbing energy that's reminiscent of Annix and insanity more generally. The flip the release is equally aggressive, as 'The Gateway' opens the gate to a hellish landscape of tendrilic basses and powerful forces.
SCR 020
21 Feb 20
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10th Commandment - (3:40) 175 BPM
Beatbox Riddim - (4:27) 174 BPM
Big Shot - (4:28) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Revenge - (4:31) 175 BPM
Played by: Damageman
Review: Jack The Ripper quite often pops up on this site with some of the filthiest jump-up around, and this time he's coming at your ears with a six-tracker of outsized proportions, courtesy of one of the best breakthrough labels of recent times: Walking Dead Recordings. Every single one of these tunes is laden with a feeling of roughness and they all pack that jump-up vibe we all know and love so well. The title track, '10th Commandment', takes the cake for us just because its drums have been nailed so damn well and the sample work is superb. Well played Veak.
WDR 048
19 Feb 20
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Take Off - (4:28) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Once In A While - (4:28) 174 BPM
Longed Out - (5:16) 175 BPM
Stacks - (4:22) 175 BPM
Some Ting Else - (4:36) 57 BPM
Played by: Damageman
Review: Murky Digital don't tend to put out music that's weak, thin or otherwise not suitable for the dancefloor. Jaxx's Prepare For Take Off EP is a testament to that, all five cuts do some serious damage and the release overall is certainly on the sharper end of the spectrum. 'Take Off' is the best of the bunch and it's got a rough, Sofa Sound edge that injects a satisfying level of oomph into the arrangement, there's a serious vibrancy in the bass-drums relationship and it's a pleasure to listen to. 'Stacks' is a close second and its incredibly unique concoction of swirling basses and gargling pulsars adds a wicked futuristic element, all of it underpinned by a creative, stepping percussive line. There's a wicked variety here and everything feels accurate and well-placed - well played to the Murky Digital crew.
16 Feb 20
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The Lion - (4:48) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
The Unicorn - (4:32) 176 BPM
Your Body - (4:28) 175 BPM
No More Tears - (4:56) 174 BPM
Time To Float - (4:57) 174 BPM
Review: Jayline is landing on Liondub in a hot minute, off the back of his 2019 Street Series release on the label and his 10 year anniversary tracks, he's come up with the Lion & the Unicorn, a four-tracker which rests on the laurels of the scene's current boon for foghorns and it does so with style. 'The Unicorn' is our favourite, with a funny load of sampling on the introduction that let's you know what it's like to be a unicorn, a dream that's burst on the drop: shattered into an array of drawn-out bass shards and shimmering sine wobbles. It's big and forebodes the rest of the release.
LNDB 036
21 Feb 20
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The Real McCoy - (3:00) 115 BPM
The Real McCoy (Conrad Subs remix) - (3:44) 86 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
The Real McCoy (Timbali remix) - (3:27) 86 BPM
Jim Two-Eyes - "The Real McCoy" (dub) - (3:09) 86 BPM
Review: Jim Two-Eyes and Parly B, two dancehall artists, are colliding with the world of drum & bass in this excellent release from Raider. The Real Mccoy is its name, no relation to the horse we assume although perhaps to the crisps, and it features a slick original that bumps and grinds its way through vocal tears, stabbing instrumentation and an all-round embrace of funkiness. Conrad Subs nails the remix two, keeping the vocal magic in place but undergirding it with a powerful sub and cracking, booming drum hits. Love this one.
RR 31
16 Feb 20
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Gravity - (4:26) 175 BPM
Horrorstyle - (4:35) 174 BPM
Pressure - (4:24) 175 BPM
The Depths - (4:24) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Played by: Teej
Review: Killlill is back, back again and it's once more on Biological Beats, the label which never ceases to pump out music which pummels you, pleases and you and punishes you in equal measure. This time around he's cooked up a fiery four-tracker and it's a percy, with four slices of trademark damage that tread a wicked line between over-the-top jump-up and moody rollers. 'Gravity' is the best example of that, as the drums roll out into oblivion and a gargling expression of bass energy lights up the top end of the range in stabby, serious fashion. Energy, energy.
17 Feb 20
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Fade Away - (5:41) 172 BPM
Enemy - (4:35) 175 BPM
Kingston2London - (4:28) 175 BPM
Foil - (4:34) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
BlckHry & Ldt - "Raw" - (4:23) 175 BPM
Review: LDT is unleashing an onslaught over on Eternal Muzic with a tight sounding four-track EP. 'Fade Away' is a dark, moody stepper that doesn't care about rules and certainly doesn't care about feelings. The main bass on this tune oozes quality and packs some serious weight, reminiscent of the Souped Up crew. 'Enemy' is slightly less crazy but it definitely is still on the crazy end, as gargled bass notes inject a whole load of force into the arrangement and there's a wicked bit of drum work to boot. Blckhry features on the last track to round out the release beautifully - top stuff.
EMR 33
24 Feb 20
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Altitude - (4:30) 57 BPM
Hourglass - (5:21) 173 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Marvel Cinema - "Beat Streets" - (4:28) 174 BPM
Marvel Cinema - "Her Machine" - (4:27) 174 BPM
Five Senses - (4:49) 174 BPM
Shadows - (4:35) 174 BPM
Review: Grid Recordings is such an underrated label, honestly. The amount of sick stuff these guys pump out week after week is somewhat astonishing, from the likes of Nick The Lot, T>I, Shield and more, including today's customers: Matt View and Marvel Cinema. For this release they've strayed slightly from their usual heavy tones for something slightly more circumscribed, a bit more retrospective, and it goes down in a lovely way. There's a really nice collection of laid-back jungle steps, wispy atmospheric rollers and bassy undertones. 'Altitude' has all of the above and it makes for a sick journey through urban-edged sound, a nonchalant but still potent expression of dance music with a softer side.
14 Feb 20
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Power To Kill (Serum & Voltage mix) - (4:26) 175 BPM
Power To Kill (Dutta's mix) - (4:23) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Played by: Ego Trippin
Review: Bassman a talking, no propaganda! The man with the most famous finger in dance music returns to Souped Up with more murderous words of wisdom in the form of "Power To Kill". Two versions, two absolute jams: Serum and Voltage take the lead with a classic addictive riff that bumps and wriggles and a cheeky key twist on the second drop. Manny mandem of the moment Dutta follows with a grittier flex to the bassline. Full on turbine business, it's a one-inch-punch of a bassline with full distortion and maximum overdrive in the energy stakes. Killing it in all directions, both mixes provide the perfect space for Bassman's distinctive martial law.
SOUP 0024
27 Feb 20
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Missing PersonEXCLUSIVE
Mind Reader - (4:05) 175 BPM
Blueprint - (4:02) 176 BPM
Don't You Know - (4:04) 176 BPM
Missing Person - (4:06) 175 BPM
Hibernation - (4:05) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
You Are Now - (4:07) 58 BPM
Review: Grid Recordings always deliver tough, urban-edged sonics that don't prance around or act fancy, they just get down and dirty. Nick The Lot has delivered exactly that here, with a four-track EP of moody tones and no-nonsense drum lines. 'Blueprint' is a perfect example of said drums, with impossibly clean hits and a clear sense of space and progression, its bass stabs are almost shadowed out. 'Missing Person' is the most futuristic, with a deep back end and seriously cool synth spasms that lend it a techier feel than the other cuts on the EP. The other two are equally top-draw - make sure to check these.
21 Feb 20
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Chewbacca - (4:26) 175 BPM
The Master - (4:23) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Played by: Ego Trippin
Review: Premium by name... Absolute savage on the dials by nature! Englishman in Belgium Premium unleashed his inner junglist with these two hairy hurters. "Chewbacca" growls and purrs just as its name suggests. Driven by breaks but powered by a jump-up heaviness, it's the perfect sweet spot of a lot of sounds and subgenres here. "The Master" continues this grizzly theme but with more of a classic jump-up twist. One note basslines hitting with Warhead-like severity and cheeky break splashes on the fills, it's a heads-down workout that hits home in every mix situation you can blend it into. Masterful.
LDDR 139
21 Feb 20
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Kumarachi & RMS - "Down" - (6:24) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
90s Soundboy - (5:19) 170 BPM
Fight The Machine - (5:01) 175 BPM
Mi Fi Tell Yuh - (5:06) 174 BPM
Soundquake - (5:22) 172 BPM
Review: Hailing from Canada, RMS has firmly established himself over the last couple of years as someone at the forefront of D&B's re-discovered love for jungle-influences and bouncy but hard-hitting basslines. Drawing upon those influences, he's back on Original Key for a full-throated five-tracker that kicks off with 'Down' featuring Kumarachi, a heavily weighted sine-based wobbler that pushes on every corner of the range. '90s Soundboy' has thoose wicked juddering bass pulses and that recognizable sense of hardware-based rawness, whilst the junglst vibes are seriously real on 'Mi Fi Tell Yuh'. This release has overtones of Manchester and undertones of the Great White North - proper UK underground stuff.
ORKR 030
14 Feb 20
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Dayz - (5:34) 175 BPM
Review: V Recordings' Future LP finally looks set to drop fairly soon and this remix from Benny L is part of it, blending as it does the classic tones of Bristol legend Roni with Benny's more new school, harsher style of production. 'Dayz' is a timeless piece of work and Benny has flipped it on its head, rolling out some ragged breaks underneath Roni's instantly recognisable sample work and over a simple but incredibly effective bassline. Excellent stuff.
17 Feb 20
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Earth Rot - (5:07) 175 BPM
Review: The Souped Up crew are back in town and they have an offering, courtesy of Original Sin. It's a fiery, no-nonsense release that sits in the familiar vein of Souped Up influenced music, with an emphasis on the pummelling and the urban-edged knack that only jump-up D&B has. Remixing Serum himself, 'Earth Rot' has a punching, pitched-down back end that pulses and sways alongside its percussive cousin and to great effect - this one would go down well on any UK dancefloor. There's a genuine feel of aggressiveness here that only prooducers with the old-school credentials of Original Sin know how to cultivate, and it sits very nicely on the Souped Up release roster.
27 Feb 20
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Sonar - (5:10) 174 BPM
Lost Signal - (4:34) 172 BPM
Escape Isle - (4:28) 176 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Punisher - (5:19) 172 BPM
You - (4:32) 172 BPM
Challenger Deep - (5:17) 174 BPM
Played by: Teej, Guzi
Review: One of the regular labels we feature are Sub-Division, a wicked little imprint that puts out a diverse sound ranging from techy rollers to jump-up steppers and even liquidy numbers. This week they've arrived with an EP from Sinexia, who, across five tracks, spans various tones and styles, all of them rooted in a sense of dancefloor aggressiveness and all of them top-notch. 'Escale Isle' is a highlight, its rolling percussive line isn't the paciest but is loping and satisfying, whilst a gargling bass and sweeping ambience sit just above and inject all the force. The title track is also fantastic, as 'Sonar' just goes absolutely hard from the outset, with a huge bassline and bigger drums.
SDR 006
21 Feb 20
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Sauced Up - (4:30) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Ricochet - (4:34) 175 BPM
Played by: Ego Trippin
Review: Skore has been on a bit of a roll recently and he's back on Subway Soundz for a stripped back, roughshod single which showcases an interesting blend of the minimal sound with the jump-up side of the scene. This is a style that's been taking off recently and we're very much into it, it's a bit less full-on that jump-up and not as screechy, yet still has the wicked attitude and urban-edged toughness of jump-up. 'Sauced Up' is an excellent example, with an ice-cold demeanour and multiple criss-crossing strands of reverberating bass, an amalgamation of low-frequency textures which just roll out the whole way through. Sick stuff here.
SSLD 060
14 Feb 20
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Bite - (4:52) 175 BPM
Signal - (4:23) 175 BPM
Down - (4:26) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Played by: Ego Trippin, Slipz
Review: Low Down Deep are regular appearances here for two main reasons. Firstly, they release a hell of a lot of music. Secondly, it almost always hits hard and in good order. So, with that in mind, let's take a look at Sota's three-track single: Bite/Signal/Down. 'Bite' is without a doubt the highlight of the EP, with an infectiously funky arrangement that's grounded in a glitchy sense of progression and movement. It goes hard, but in a way that's not off-putting or over the top. That's the general impression of this EP: jump-up, but not trashy jump-up. Just the way we like it.
LDDR 138
14 Feb 20
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Burnin - (4:25) 58 BPM
We A Badman - (4:52) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Can't Touch - (4:52) 174 BPM
Bad Boy Flow - (4:35) 57 BPM
Played by: Sikka
Review: Last spotted on Euphonique's Subwoofah with the series statement of intent "We Here", Speaker Louis and Grimesy tag up once again for this equally heavy collection on Deep In The Jungle. Four tracks deep, each one a stinker, highlight include the bonafide bludclart jungle ruffage of "Can't Touch", the bounding subs of "Burning" and the full-strength sirens and tidal wave bass surges on the title track. Bad boys for life...
14 Feb 20
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Shinjuku (feat Mc Cardz) - (4:21) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Close My Eyes - (5:34) 175 BPM
Negative Thoughts - (4:45) 175 BPM
Magic 8 - (3:23) 175 BPM
Review: Eatbrain are stepping into darker territory over on the Hungarian Eatbrain imprint with their Negative Thoughts EP, a release that brings in elements of the Neurofunk sound within the context of nightmares, that feeling of sleep without your eyes closed, the creeping sense that you need to drift off but the foreboding feeling that unconsciousness is out of your reach. 'Shinkjuko' is a highlight, with a deeply rolling and fluctuating bassline that injects both funkiness and heaviness in equal measure, an impact topped off with some wicked synth work. Shout out to the teddy bear crew!
17 Feb 20
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Turn It Out - (2:58) 152 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Turn It Out (Dubra remix) - (4:23) 130 BPM
Turn It Out (instrumental) - (2:58) 152 BPM
Review: As ever with Bomb Strikes, we are given a big room banger, this time sounding bigger than ever as The Niceguys land with a very lively creation entitled 'Turn It Out'. Through a combination of heavily sampled guitar solos, vinyl scratch wizardry and incredibly hard hitting drum designs, this one is sure to send the dancefloor into an absolute ruckus come the breakdown. To accompany the instantly impactful original, Dubra gets involved with a hard hitting D&B rethink, focusing on striking synths and sharp drum designs. Lovely stuff!
21 Feb 20
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Seasons - (5:17) 174 BPM
Hospitalised - (5:36) 174 BPM
Wicked Man - (4:56) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Everyday Is Stolen (feat DRS) - (4:51) 174 BPM
The Unknown - (4:57) 170 BPM
Get Up (feat Dynamite MC) - (3:42) 174 BPM
Elevate (feat Leo Wood) - (4:59) 173 BPM
D.I.T.U - (5:16) 174 BPM
Home (feat Phoebe Freya) - (5:15) 173 BPM
All This Time - (5:58) 174 BPM
What U Do - (5:16) 174 BPM
Liberty (feat YT) - (5:12) 174 BPM
Want U Back - (5:34) 174 BPM
FLLN 4 U - (4:54) 174 BPM
Rhode House - (4:50) 173 BPM
Stitches (feat Jemimah Read) - (5:24) 173 BPM
Driftwood - (5:18) 174 BPM
U MK ME FEEL - (5:14) 57 BPM
More Jungle - (5:35) 174 BPM
From Inside - (5:39) 174 BPM
All That I Need (feat Pat Fulgoni) - (5:13) 174 BPM
Is This Love (feat Lucy Kitchen) - (5:15) 172 BPM
Love Call - (4:38) 174 BPM
Think About - (5:36) 174 BPM
Fused - (5:02) 172 BPM
LUV U TNITE - (5:56) 175 BPM
Review: The Vanguard Project combines Bcee and Villem, two long-time liquid titans who have their debut LP as a duo out very soon. A self-titled piece of work, The Vanguard Project brings 12 new tracks alongside 14 classics from their joint back-catalogue, a sprawling release which dips its toes into virtually every flavour imaginable. 'Everyday is Stolen' feat. DRS was the first single to be released and we can see why, a standout track that beautifully combines his talent for spitting with singing. 'The Unknown' and 'Wicked Man' are both perfectly weighted jungle tracks, full of soul and bursting with the character of music which packs edge and funk at the same time. Dynamite MC and Leo Wood also both feature, the latter is a regular on Spearhead now and 'Elevate' is a driven, bass heavy track that frolicks with vocal touches and funky guitar flourishes. Unreal stuff here from two legends of the game.
21 Feb 20
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ANFM - "Life Is A Ting" - (4:27) 175 BPM
Coda - "Genghis Khan" - (5:38) 175 BPM
Saxxon - "Brockley Fox" - (5:55) 175 BPM
T>I - "Pointless Torture" - (5:52) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Dub General - "Out In The Open" - (4:31) 175 BPM
Aries & Jacky Murda - "Vicious" - (4:32) 176 BPM
K Jah - "Voyager" - (5:53) 175 BPM
Trakker - "Woody The Hood Pecker" - (4:26) 174 BPM
Sikka - "You Know" - (4:56) 172 BPM
SUV & Mood - "Mambo" - (4:08) 175 BPM
Damageman - "Pain Relief" - (4:27) 175 BPM
Stokka - "Venus" - (3:47) 170 BPM
Vytol - "Nelson" - (5:12) 174 BPM
KC - "Bill Kill" - (5:11) 173 BPM
Jaxx - "Hurdles" - (5:11) 175 BPM
Coy & Coda - "Blinded" - (5:44) 172 BPM
Played by: Damageman, Sikka
Review: Squad up! Natty Dub celebrate 50 releases with this absolutely stinking set from some of their nearest and dearest, closest and bro-sest. Firing from all cannons, every track is a thumper; Saxxon gets his squelch on with "Brockley Fox", T>I is all screams, wriggles and giggles on "Pointless Torture", Sikka delivers one of his best tunes to date in the funk-fuelled form of "You Know", Suv and Mood give us a Bristol kiss with the slinky, hip-twisting "Mambo" and Jaxx nods his cap at the wild west of the mid 90s on the percussion heavy "Hurdles". Timeless, authentic and full of dirty funk - Natty Dub are one of the most true-to-the-core labels doing it right now. Bring on the next 50!
17 Feb 20
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Filthy Habits & Jeopardize - "Mind Transfer" - (4:23) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Imaginary Friends - "Rooftop Jam" - (4:31) 174 BPM
Shadre & Salvage - "Mr President" - (4:23) 175 BPM
Yatuza & Nick The Lot - "Mystic Wayz" - (3:43) 175 BPM
Twisted Individual - "Sensitivity Overload" - (4:26) 175 BPM
Nick The Lot - "Cats Is Rats" - (4:01) 175 BPM
Alex SLK - "Kulture" (feat Bisity) - (4:35) 174 BPM
KY - "Dancefloor Hot" - (4:20) 178 BPM
Nick The Lot - "Demons" - (4:03) 175 BPM
Damage Report - "Get Away" - (4:32) 175 BPM
Coda & Coy - "Super Red 15" - (4:06) 58 BPM
Hands Prime - "War Path" - (4:30) 175 BPM
Warhead - "Rumpa" - (4:27) 175 BPM
Sikka & Mugshot - "Public Enemy" - (5:28) 170 BPM
Played by: Sikka
Review: Grubs up! Twisted Individual's cooked up a feast of undead delights for the first Zombie Recordings V/A collection and everyone's invited. Chewy, spicy and full of gully victuals, across the collection we're treated to all range of flavours; the peppery aftertaste of Filthy Habits & Jeopardize's "Mind Transfer", the fruity funk bursts of Imaginary Friends' "Rooftop Jam", the gamey aroma and meaty chugs of Yatuza & Nick The Lot's "Mystic Ways" and the sweet and sour textures of Alex SLK's "Kluture" are just some of the many highlights on the menu. Gunfinger-licking good!
21 Feb 20
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Visuals - "Lights Out" - (4:23) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Falco - "Sound Bwoy" - (4:48) 175 BPM
Spydee - "Reactions" - (5:14) 174 BPM
Visuals - "Devils Gate" - (4:23) 175 BPM
Convoy - "Ethanol" - (4:26) 174 BPM
Luk Peers & Dublic - "Bad Sound" - (4:30) 175 BPM
Skudkid - "Play With Me" - (4:05) 176 BPM
Eztee - "Better Sound" - (4:24) 174 BPM
Eztee - "Origibub" - (4:14) 174 BPM
Jomari - "Yuh Na Hear" - (5:03) 172 BPM
Mystical Sound - "Mr.Mclane" - (4:32) 175 BPM
Pablo G - "The Rumbler" - (5:11) 175 BPM
Skaylz & The Junk-E - "Run It" - (4:55) 58 BPM
Skaylz & The Junk-E - "Crush" - (5:17) 174 BPM
Snipez - "The Decision" - (4:28) 175 BPM
B-Plexx - "Remedy" - (4:26) 175 BPM
Breaking Atoms - "The Bad Boy Sound" - (4:43) 172 BPM
Visuals & B-Plexx - "One A Day" (B-Plexx remix) - (4:23) 175 BPM
Visuals - "Grinder" - (4:27) 175 BPM
DJ Direkt - "Too Hawt" - (4:01) 175 BPM
Review: Gunfingers at the ready gang, Lickwood & Gunshot fire up the shots with their biggest release to date; a 20 track stacked banger bonanza from some of the sharpest new shooters in town. It's business from the off as Visuals gets busy with the cantankerous kicks and sing-along vocals on "Lights Out" and it continues to hit the target right the way through to DJ Direkt's skittering, paranoid finale "Too Hawt". Highlight heat can be found in every corner across the collection; Pablo G gets all slinky in the jungle on "The Rumbler", Jomari's "Yuh Na Hear" is a lesson in restrained ruffage, B-Plexx's "Remedy" soothes the soul with its breathy vocal and bubbly bassline, the list goes on... See you down the target practice.
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21 Feb 20
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Deekline & Ed Solo - "Have Some Fun" (feat General Levy - Club mix) - (3:33) 175 BPM
M-Beat - "Incredible" (feat General Levy - original mix remastered) - (4:29) 165 BPM
Deekline & Trigga & David Boomah & Specimen A & Navigator - "Duppy Destroyers" (Jungle Roller mix) - (5:25) 174 BPM
Benny Page - "Warn Dem" (feat Doktor - original mix) - (3:24) 176 BPM
Ed Solo & Deekline - "Junglist" (feat General Levy - original mix) - (4:27) 176 BPM
Jam Thieves - "Mista Lava Lava" (original mix) - (3:46) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Aries & Gold Dubs & Bladerunner - "Bust Them Up" (feat Navigator & Cheshire Cat - Kleu remix) - (5:13) 175 BPM
Navigator & Liondub - "Body Bang" (feat Junior Dangerous - Potential Badboy remix) - (4:30) 176 BPM
Deekline & Ed Solo - "VIP Sound" (feat General Levy - Benny Page remix) - (4:10) 175 BPM
High Hertz - "Jungle Rocker" (original mix) - (5:10) 59 BPM
Riddim Punks - "Stranger In Town" (feat Exco Levi - original mix) - (4:36) 175 BPM
M-Beat - "Sweet Love" (feat Nazlyn - original mix) - (5:12) 167 BPM
Selecta J-Man - "Round Here" (feat Rider Shafique - original mix) - (4:32) 175 BPM
General Levy - "Guide & Protect" (Ed Solo remix) - (4:04) 175 BPM
Kursiva - "Early In The Morning" (feat Blackout JA - True Tactix remix) - (4:54) 176 BPM
Navigator - "Sound The Alarm" (feat Skarra Mucci & Bassface Sascha - Serum VIP) - (4:51) 176 BPM
Ed Solo & Deekline - "Champion Lover" (feat Gala Orsborn - Ed Solo 2020 remix) - (4:10) 174 BPM
Next Chapter - "Nowhere Fast" (original mix) - (5:41) 174 BPM
DJ Phlex & Bassface Sascha - "Babylon Herbalist" (original mix) - (4:06) 175 BPM
Ed Solo & Deekline - "Soundboy Dying" (feat Navigator - Ed Solo 2020 remix) - (3:22) 175 BPM
Kumo - "Signal" (original mix) - (4:37) 175 BPM
Kombat (UK) - "Alright Alright" (original mix) - (5:12) 170 BPM
Manudigital - "Time Bomb" (feat Devon Morgan & Sherkhan & Ed Solo - original mix) - (4:12) 175 BPM
Filip Motovunski & MikkiM - "Listen To The Sound" (feat MC Spee - Kursiva remix) - (4:06) 176 BPM
DJ Hybrid - "Back In The Day" (original mix) - (5:33) 174 BPM
D-Nasty - "In Da Club" (original mix) - (4:28) 175 BPM
Furniss - "Polizia" (original mix) - (5:51) 175 BPM
JFB - "Active Transmission" (original mix) - (4:28) 175 BPM
Karlixx - "Wicked Babylon" (original mix) - (4:52) 174 BPM
Lady Waks & Deekline & Freestylers - "Conquered" (feat Steppa Style & Blackout JA & Tenor Youthman - original mix) - (5:04) 174 BPM
Nimroy Hendricks - "One Big Road" (Ed Solo remix) - (3:44) 175 BPM
Brukout & Woofax - "Bom Bom" (feat Josie Radix - original mix) - (3:50) 175 BPM
Brian Brainstorm & Liondub - "Higher Heights (Give Me Herbs)" (feat Capital D - Ed Solo edit) - (3:35) 174 BPM
Benny V & K-Warren - "Real Junglists" (feat Ragga Twins - original mix) - (5:07) 175 BPM
Dope Ammo & Taiwan MC - "Babylon Falling" (Ed Solo remix) - (4:37) 175 BPM
Lady Waks & Deekline & Freestylers - "Junglist Warrior" (feat Steppa Style & Blackout JA & Tenor Youthman - original mix) - (3:33) 176 BPM
The Force - "Rastafari" (original mix) - (4:45) 175 BPM
Kanine - "Dubplate Soldier" (original mix) - (4:29) 175 BPM
Phibes - "Started This Fire" (original mix) - (4:59) 174 BPM
Ray Keith - "Dub Riddim" (original mix) - (6:05) 175 BPM
Roni Size - "Snapshot" (original mix) - (6:25) 170 BPM
General Levy - "The General" (Ed Solo remix) - (4:24) 175 BPM
Dr Meaker & Voltage - "Baddest DJ" (original mix) - (4:43) 176 BPM
Werkflow - "Drop Asleep" (original mix) - (5:40) 58 BPM
Brian Brainstorm - "So Easy" (original mix) - (4:40) 58 BPM
Aries & Kelvin 373 - "Dubplate Massive" (feat Navigator - original mix) - (4:09) 58 BPM
M-Beat - "Rumble" (original mix) - (4:05) 160 BPM
General Levy & Deekline & Ed Solo - "Welcome To The Jungle" (continuous DJ mix) - (1:31:17) 175 BPM
Review: Can we get a 'wicked?' Jungle Cakes continue to team up with some of the biggest donnies in the game with this latest Welcome To The Jungle collection. This time curated and fronted by the General himself, as you'd expect this is a full-on jungle assault that covers every single angle and every single era. 47 tracks and one killer mix, hosted and toasted by Levy himself, this is one of Jungle Cakes most comprehensive collections to date: From the foundation-setting, historic vibes of "Incredible" through to contemporary bangers from the likes of Kursiva, DJ Hybrid, Jam Thieves, Benny Page and all things in between, everyone involved has delivered something special. Massive.
21 Feb 20
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