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Homeland
RNF 002
19 Aug 13
Deep Dubstep
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Homeland (feat Marina P) - (5:06) 140 BPM
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Follow Dub - (5:13) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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R&F Unlimited EP
RNFBC 1
13 Jul 15
Deep Dubstep
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Dub Foundation - (3:36) 99 BPM
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Blaze Fiyah - (3:46) 125 BPM
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Every Little Thing - (4:48) 82 BPM
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Fort Greene Funk - (4:33) 82 BPM
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Choose - (5:48) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Pushap - (4:30) 85 BPM
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Review: One of the most consistent men in future dub, Madd opens his remit even further to explore a wider range of tempos and roots influences. The result isn't just a collection of powerful heaters, but also a kindly reminder than we don't need to operate within such strict tempo constraints. Great examples include the classic jungle jitters of "Every Little Thing", the sleazy, spacey slo-mo steppiness of "Blaze Fiyah" and the Critical-level D&B speaker-scrapper "Pushap". You'd be madd not to pick this one up.
Peng Teng
RNF 004
02 Oct 15
Deep Dubstep
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Peng Teng (feat Redders) - (4:48) 83 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Cachit - (4:02) 55 BPM
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Gunshot Riddim (VIP mix) - (3:58) 83 BPM
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Champion - (3:53) 55 BPM
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Review: Continually keeping the pressure up with ever more diverse explorations of the 140 bpm landscape, DJ Madd has been on a productive run of late. Alongside quality 7" releases for ZamZam Sounds this release comes to light in a sly nod to the evergreen "Sleng Teng" riddim. "Peng Teng" features Redders dropping a fiery vocal rant, while Madd rocks a set of tidy jungle breaks, trap drum machine rushes and plenty more necessary ingredients for a surefire club smasher. "Cachit" keeps the intricacy levels up with some very tightly wound drums, while "Gunshot" rides on a rootsy skank alongside the more modern elements. "Champion" meanwhile brings a little dancehall swagger into the mix, rounding off the EP in fine style.
Peng Teng
RNF 005
17 Jun 16
Deep Dubstep
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Peng Teng (feat Redders - Moresounds remix) - (4:46) 83 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Cachit (Itoa remix) - (3:31) 55 BPM
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Burnin Dance (Bashment mix) - (3:33) 55 BPM
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Review: A crucial skank-bullet last summer, Madd's Redders-stamped digidub bum-slapper "Peng Teng" gets the treatment from halftime's man of the moment Moresounds as he dilutes the juice with more space and trippy pace. Itoa ups the tempo with a raw tribal finish on "Catchit" while Madd lays the flex down himself on his 2013 cut "Burning Dance". Switching out the big clunking halfsteps for a skippier summer rhythm, it's another seasonal smash for one of bass music's most consistent creators.
Shinobi EP
RNF 007
21 Oct 16
Bass
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Shinobi - (4:53) 85 BPM
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Sound Executor - (4:06) 83 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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NYC Badman - (4:51) 105 BPM
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Soundboy Elimination - (6:21) 83 BPM
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Review: DJ Madd is one of the few artists who is still consistently innovating the dubstep genre, and keeping things forward-minded. That's because he's never tied himself down to the genre too tightly and, instead, has managed to be branded under the more wide-eyed 'future dub' tag. This isn't his doing, it's simply the fact that his sound is deep, chimerical and always in a state of flux. He returns to Roots & Future with "Shinobi", a dark and brooding slice of bass science that is powered by a series of sounds and and samples for Japanese samurai B-movies. and whose militaristic swarm of beats is followed by the more broken percussive patterns of "Sound Executor". "NYC Badman" takes a turn for the unexpected, down a path made of raw drum machine patterns, echoing waves of sound and a general look-and-feel that recalls the dubbier end of the bass spectrum, whereas "Soundboy Elimination" gives us more intricate beat folds, more badass bass, and that singular DJ Madd dread.
Take It Down Low
RNFLTD 001
22 Jun 18
Bass
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Take It Down Low - (6:03) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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On The Rocks - (3:31) 127 BPM
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Review: Brooklyn/Bristol based Roots & Future are back with label head honcho Peter Simon aka DJ Madd (Cosmic Bridge/ZamZam Sounds) who throws down some street level 2-step shenanigans for the real warriors on "Take It Down Low". Next, the Hungarian producer gets the lighters out in full effect, on the bombastic deep dubstep monster "No Justice" featuring some serious low end frequencies and some ragga aesthetics for good measure. This guy is receiving praise by tastemakers such as Mary Anne Hobbs and the mighty David Rodigan - so if that 'ain't proof enough!
I N I
RNF 003
29 Sep 14
Deep Dubstep
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I-N-I - (4:47) 140 BPM
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Burnin Dance - (4:41) 140 BPM
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Gunshot Riddim - (4:37) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: Following some legendary appearances on Lion Charge, Madd returns to the darker side with three killer peaktimers on his own Roots & Future imprint."I-N-I" is a Truth-style pummeller with overwhelming subs, rolling drums and big bass gurgles on the eights. "Burnin Dance" fires up with a great vocal sample and echoes of melodica before dropping into some serious low-end darkness. "Gunshot" follows a similar suit; plunging sub drops and pristine drums lay down a syncopated jam that can't help but make you move. Dubbed out danger, this is Madd at his most dancefloor-focused.
Gone Like Fool/Badboy Selection
RNF 009
16 Feb 18
Bass
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Gone Like Fool - (5:25) 85 BPM
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Badboy Selection - (4:38) 85 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: After what is approaching a decade at the cutting edge of bass music, DJ Madd has solidified himself as one of the greats. This latest release sees him team up with the Roots & Future imprint for an explosive halftime two tracker. First up we have Gone Like A Fool which is a schooling in bass control and use of space, incorporating haunting vocals and the occasional moogy arpeggio. On the B-Side we hear Badboy Selection which runs with similar themes alongside additional percussive instrumentation and dubbed out chord FX. This is a weighty one for sure!
Biggest Boss Jah
RNF 008
18 Aug 17
Bass
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Biggest Boss Jah - (4:13) 85 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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GDM - (3:41) 160 BPM
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Natural Journey - (4:52) 83 BPM
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Mass1ve - (5:03) 85 BPM
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Square Crabz - (3:54) 85 BPM
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Wickedman Fall - (5:01) 85 BPM
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Review: Bristol's Peter Simon aka DJ Madd touches down on Roots & Future with six, fully-loaded dance bullets packed with his inimitable beat snap and future-minded approach. To give you a taste, "Biggest Boss Jah" opens with a fiery cascade of liquid drums and dread bass, "Natural Journey" goes on some next level dub science, and "Square Crabz" launches a bleep riddim that's made for the 2AM slot, just when things start going one take over the line. This is next level bass engineering for all lovers of lower than low frequencies. Bad!
Never 2 Late/Murder Dub
RNF 001
08 Apr 13
Deep Dubstep
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Never 2 Late - (4:45) 140 BPM
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DJ Madd - "Murder Dub" - (5:37) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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PAYGK EP
RNF 006
29 Jul 16
Bass
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PAYGK - (3:40) 53 BPM
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Blabbermouth - (4:28) 83 BPM
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Run Rings - (4:40) 55 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Haunt U - (3:45) 113 BPM
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Review: Damn fine footwork fusion from Alex Godoy on the increasingly-dependable Roots & Future imprint. Both "PAYGK" and "Run Rings" are all about the jungle roughage with their loose, clattering drums, tight edits and mid 90s Reinforced vibes. "Blabbermouth" takes us much deeper into the juke/grime/halftime realm with MC vox, strange rising percussion and an overall trippy vibe that you could imagine Dub Phizix or Fracture playing while "Haunt U" closes the show on a creepy minimal tip that's not dissimilar to Rockwell. Spotless.
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