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Squadron 50EXCLUSIVE
   
ANFM - "Life Is A Ting" - (4:27) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Coda - "Genghis Khan" - (5:38) 175 BPM
   
Saxxon - "Brockley Fox" - (5:55) 175 BPM
   
T>I - "Pointless Torture" - (5:52) 175 BPM
   
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
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!
NATTY 050
17 Feb 20
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DownEXCLUSIVE
   
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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Bad Boy FlowEXCLUSIVE
   
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
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...
DEEPIN 074
14 Feb 20
Drum And Bass
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Sauced Up - (4:30) 175 BPM
   
Ricochet - (4:34) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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
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
Drum And Bass
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Metropolis - (5:17) 121 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Metropolis (dub) - (5:17) 121 BPM
   
Fridge - (5:25) 130 BPM
   
Seed Tray - (5:56) 132 BPM
   
Mushroom Samba - (5:10) 127 BPM
Review: Dusky's first outing for Running Back, "Life Signs", was arguably one of their most euphoric and uplifting releases to date, so it's little surprise to find that this much-anticipated sequel explores similar sonic territory. The future anthem is undoubtedly "Metropolis", a shimmering retro-futurist number that layers bleeping lead lines and spine-tingling pads atop a weighty analogue bassline and heavy beats. You get vocal and dub mixes, with the former making great use of a loved-up female vocal snippet that adds to the cut's old school credentials. Elsewhere, "Seed Tray" is a rushing, warehouse-ready stomper smothered in rave-era piano stabs, "Mushroom Samba" adds bleeps to a suitably psychedelic, all-action backing track, and "Fridge" is a nostalgic, retro-futurist romp that defies easy categorization.
RB 089D
14 Feb 20
Deep House
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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
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.
HDD 011EP
14 Feb 20
Drum And Bass
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Menace - (3:39) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Showtime - (4:23) 175 BPM
Played by: Ego Trippin
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.
BITESDNB 012
14 Feb 20
Drum And Bass
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The KeyEXCLUSIVE
   
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?
COLAB 052D
14 Feb 20
Drum And Bass
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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: 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
Drum And Bass
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Tested - (4:28) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Under The Bed - (3:47) 175 BPM
Played by: Complex
Review: Logan D's Low Down Deep welcome Complex to the family with these two stinking wallopers. "Tested" takes the lead with its sharp but sweet sense of funk. All one note hits and octave variations, it's a classic alchemy that will drive the dancefloor nuts every time. Meanwhile "Under The Bed" takes things into darker territories with a creepy sample and a wobbled-out bass so strong it could life up your bed while you sleep in it. Don't have nightmares.
LDDR 137
07 Feb 20
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Nothing But This - (4:34) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Shape The Future - (4:56) 175 BPM
Review: Stompz is one of those names that, over the past few years, has seen a growing level of esteem attached to his productions, mostly via labels like Prototype Recordings and more. He's back on jump-up label Informal, the creation of Dutta, for a fiery little single which brings to the table the sound he'd become known for: stabby, punchy and full of jagged energy. This one is for the rollers crew. Where you at?
INFORMAL 005
07 Feb 20
Drum And Bass
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Bad Boy Talk - (4:56) 175 BPM
   
Number One Sound - (4:28) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Big Up - (4:31) 175 BPM
   
New Delhi - (4:32) 175 BPM
Played by: Conrad Subs, Buck Lee, Guzi
Review: Nuusic are going back to their roots this week with a properly wicked four-track jungle release from Veak, a producer who flits around the scene, stylistically speaking, from heavier jump up bits to the type of pummelling jungle he's on here. The title tune is our favourite, with a deathly combination of wobbling sines, smacking snare hits and gilded twists of reese bass. it's a fantastically satisfying track with a level of movement that all the best jungle has. The other three tunes all pop off as well, so be sure to give this one a nod.
NUU 013
07 Feb 20
Drum And Bass
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Valentine - (5:26) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Back Of My Heart - (5:54) 120 BPM
   
I Heard You - (5:16) 121 BPM
   
Back Of My Heart (Patrice Scott remix) - (7:19) 120 BPM
Played by: Crackazat
Review: Given his track record, it's something of a surprise to find that this is Crackazat's first outing on Freerange. It's less of a surprise to discover that it's a superb EP. Lead cut "Valentine" is little less than sublime: a warm and floor-friendly mixture of bumping US garage influenced drums, jaunty jazz-funk bass, spacey synthesizer flourishes and jazzy piano motifs that veer from poignant and heart-aching to celebratory and rush-inducing in the space of five minutes. "Back Of My Heart" is a bleeping skip through bass-heavy deep house while "I Heard You" is a bluesy and jazzy house number straight out of the top drawer. If that's not enough to get you drooling, Patrice Scott's remix of "Back Of My Heart" is a warm, loose and languid intergalactic treat.
FRD 255
07 Feb 20
Deep House
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Ray Keith - "You're My Angel" (acoustic mix) - (4:36) 175 BPM
   
Original Gangster - (6:25) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Let Me Take You To A Place - (7:44) 175 BPM
   
Love You - (7:03) 175 BPM
   
Def Con 19 - (7:03) 58 BPM
   
Master Assasin - (7:04) 175 BPM
   
Reprise & The House Crew - "You & I" (Audio Club mix - feat Ray Keith) - (5:52) 175 BPM
   
Fight My Style - (6:19) 175 BPM
   
Black Rose - (5:55) 58 BPM
   
Dark Forces (feat DRS) - (7:26) 58 BPM
   
King Of Kings - (8:06) 175 BPM
   
I'm A Souljah - (6:18) 58 BPM
   
Drop Top - (7:24) 59 BPM
   
Batman - (5:55) 175 BPM
   
Reprise & Ray Keith - "You Never Loved Me" - (8:04) 58 BPM
   
Darth Dread - (7:02) 175 BPM
   
Cybertron Dred - (6:41) 175 BPM
   
Cylon Dread - (5:33) 58 BPM
   
Don't Look Any Further - (7:45) 175 BPM
   
Reprise & Ray Keith - "You Make Me Cry" (vocal Club mix feat Deploy) - (7:31) 175 BPM
   
Inside My Head (Horn Dog mix) - (6:43) 174 BPM
   
Soundman - "Open" (Audio mix - feat Floyd Dice) - (4:52) 131 BPM
   
You're Too Bad - (6:52) 58 BPM
   
You're Too Good To Be True - (6:36) 175 BPM
   
Reprise & Ray Keith - "She's Gone" (feat Nathan Thomas) - (5:21) 150 BPM
   
Jungle Dub - (6:40) 174 BPM
   
I Love 94 - (6:40) 58 BPM
   
Solid State - (6:44) 175 BPM
   
The Storm - (8:13) 175 BPM
   
Reprise & Ray Keith - "Arabian Nights" - (6:28) 180 BPM
   
This Is My Sound (Bonus Track) - (6:15) 189 BPM
Review: Boom! The first BIG drum & bass album of the decade has landed... Ray Keith's long, long, long-awaited album. His first since 2012's I Am Renegade, he's making up for lost time with 31 tracks that cover his entire style and comprise collaborations with likes of DRS and Reprise. As always, Keith covers the board and showcases the true breadth and range of the genre. From the absolute slaughter jams such as "Darth Dred", "Master Assassin" and "I'm A Souljah" to classy sample-based ultrafunkular sweetness ("Don't Look Any Further") and proper songwriting and real heartfelt vibes and sentiments from the bottom of his pioneer's heart such "You're My Angel". The full range, the full flavour, the wait has been worth it.
DREADUK 42LP
07 Feb 20
Drum And Bass
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Horizon (feat Jinadu) - (3:00) 172 BPM
   
Faint Intention - (5:05) 174 BPM
   
Your Lies - (4:40) 172 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Any Night - (5:19) 174 BPM
Review: Monrroe is one of a spate of new signings taken up by the Shogun team in their effort to stay one of the most relevant, cutting edge drum & bass labels in the game. Monrroe is the ideal candidate for this task, a producer who blends the soulful with the biting and the flurid with the respectable. Endless Change is his first full release on the label and it's wicked, with a combination of vibes and an endless changing repertoire of sounds. Jinadu features on the gorgeously rolling 'Horizon', whilst things get stupidly deep and dark on 'Your Lives', the highlight of the release. An excellent start to his Shogun career for the young producer.
SHA 166
07 Feb 20
Drum And Bass
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Incarcerated - (4:39) 172 BPM
   
Psycho - (5:01) 172 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Most Hated - (4:42) 170 BPM
   
Scatter - (4:38) 172 BPM
Review: Kumo is landing on Gyro this week with a sophisticated and 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 creates a tangible sense of kinetic movement. The title track kicks things off in style and it's 'Psycho' that really takes the cake, a winding, subby track that flips between roughshod work and a more rolling, stripped back tip, including powerful, punchy basses all the way. It's a wicked track and definitely the highlight of the release. 'Incarcerated' is another absolute banger but one that's deep and wispy in all the right ways, as stuttering drum lines perforate over monochromatic bassline injections. Sick!
GYRO 010
07 Feb 20
Drum And Bass
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Exiles - (6:44) 165 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Misdemeanour - (4:56) 170 BPM
   
In My Head - (5:00) 168 BPM
   
Dead Cert - (5:45) 57 BPM
   
Altered Destiny - (4:57) 170 BPM
   
Stacks - (5:40) 160 BPM
Review: Cor blimey governors! Zero T and Beta 2 don't muck around when they get together, do they? Last spotted on a collab flex on Dispatch last year, here the pair lay the foundation smack down on Headz with this massive six track EP. Tapping right back on the classic deep jazz sound the label has always celebrated and championed as the much as heavier stuff (think Hidden Agenda, Sci-Clone, J Majik) each of these cuts will whisk you away to places you didn't even know existed. The gilded Rhodes on "In My Head", the slinky, lithe bassline of "Misdemeanour", the star-gazing poignancy of "Stacks", the list goes on. Yet another exceptional EP from the mothership.
META 079
07 Feb 20
Drum And Bass
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Mr Kipling - (4:31) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Keep It Real - (4:23) 175 BPM
Played by: Ego Trippin, Complex
Review: Filthy Habits? We wouldn't be surprised if Filthy Habits himself had a few of those, not just because it's in his name but because of how downright filthy his tunes are, although they're contrasted on this occasion with the sickening sweetness of its cake-based theme. 'Mr Kipling' is a rush of pitched-up deathy synths that rolls out at max speed and with zero sense of giving a fuck about, well, anything really. The flip side is in the same vein, and 'Keep It Real' smacks of old school Sub Zero with its stabby approach to crafting basses. This is a solid release from a producer who has been on the up recently, and we're looking forward to the next one.
SWEET 042
07 Feb 20
Drum And Bass
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Lupo & Jappa - "Nuff Gal" - (4:34) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Lupo & Jappa - "Flee" (VIP) - (4:26) 175 BPM
   
Lupo - "Minefield" - (4:32) 58 BPM
   
Jappa & M-Tek - "Tuff" - (5:16) 174 BPM
Played by: Buck Lee
Review: Born On Road roll into a new decade in style as Lupo & Jappa join the fray with this savage slab of darkness. Groaning basslines, soundsystem vibes and subtle MC chatter; "Nuff Girl" hits every spot you need it to. It's backed by more heavy artillery: "Flee" now comes in VIP form with its trippy staccato bass burps, Lupo goes solo on the super-spooked out "Minefield" while Jappa closes down the show with M-Tek on "Tuff". Absolute murderation.
BORN 027
07 Feb 20
Drum And Bass
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Smooth - "Funk Town" - (4:35) 174 BPM
   
Smooth - "Airpod" - (5:01) 172 BPM
   
Smooth & Dread MC - "Strictly Vibes" - (3:57) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Smooth - "Grains" - (4:28) 172 BPM
Review: Welcome to "Funk Town" a civilised utopia where the streets are lined with pure bounce, everyone dances with each other to say hello and man like Smooth is president. Leading with a sound and an energy that could smash down walls (rather than build them, like other presidents) it's another ball-busting affair from the Slovenian veteran where highlights include the tear-out gully of "Strictly Vibes", the warm disco-fied bounce of "Funk Town" and the strange wriggly synth squiggles of "Grains". Make yourself at home.
RAMM 374D
03 Feb 20
Drum And Bass
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Various
   
Bad Boys Disco - (5:32) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Body Fusion - (5:52) 110 BPM
   
Couldn't Tell You - (5:14) 122 BPM
   
Do It For My Brother - (5:28) 118 BPM
   
Dr. Love - (5:57) 120 BPM
   
Evening Of Love - (6:23) 122 BPM
   
Flying Violins - (5:07) 124 BPM
   
Lowdown - (5:42) 120 BPM
   
Pleased With Oneself - (6:07) 122 BPM
   
The Mystery Of Loops - (6:53) 122 BPM
   
Voice Of Saturn - (5:32) 124 BPM
   
West Side Harmony - (5:13) 118 BPM
Played by: FINGERMAN, LEGO EDIT
Review: For the 12th edition of Vintage Music's "Selection" compilation series, label founder Sunner Soul has dug deep into the archives and offered up 12 of his most potent reworks. While he built his career on summery, sun-kissed slo-mo revisions and baggy, near Balearic workouts, the material here is almost all energetic, peak-time ready and gleefully celebratory. Amongst the many highlights you'll find the shirts-off disco camp of "Bad Boys Disco", the gently housed-up deep disco-blues of "Couldn't Tell You", the Salsoul-goes-house bump of "Dr Love", the punchy horns, swirling strings and rubbery grooves of "Flying Violins" and the super-sweet disco-house bump of "The Mystery of Loops".
VMR 076
03 Feb 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
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Paranormal Activity - (3:43) 175 BPM
   
Fuming - (4:29) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Manners - (4:30) 175 BPM
   
Arbzilla - (4:28) 58 BPM
   
Finish Him - (4:28) 175 BPM
Review: Latte might not be everyone's cup of tea but we guarantee that one blast on these latest hellraisers and he'll most definitely be your cup of coffee. Hot, frothy and enough energy to keep you awake all day, this young newcomer is full of all the right flavour... The aromatic whiffy angst of "Fuming", the nutty grit of "Manners" and the full-bodied badness blend of "Arbzilla" are just three examples. Dark, rich, heavy; just like a good Latte should be. Don't ghost this one.
UAA 014
03 Feb 20
Drum And Bass
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The Beast Must Die - (5:12) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
The Next Shit - (4:28) 175 BPM
Review: Gella can really make music and his latest piece of work is out over on Super Sharp Recordings. This single is an energetic piece of jump-up construction that doesn't hesitate to punch you in the face and its exemplified by the A-side, a bass-filled expression of dancefloor hatred which moves in mysterious yet obvious ways. It bangs, basically, as does the B-side, with special mention going out to all the sweet hip-hop samples for their contribution to the excellent 'The Next Shit'. Top stuff
SPRSRP 005
05 Feb 20
Drum And Bass
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Vital - "Visitors" - (4:18) 178 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Jaydan - "Say Nothing" - (3:44) 175 BPM
   
Ironlung - "Shaolin" - (3:44) 175 BPM
   
Damage Report - "Monster" - (4:45) 175 BPM
Review: Iron Fist is an appropriate name for the label behind this collection of VIPs and, listening through them, you can hear why. This release is a solid envelope of four tunes which demonstrate a serious understanding of jump-up's nastier end, the type of jump-up which some hate but which inspires a passionate love for the genre in others. Jaydan's VIP of Say Nothing is the best example of this, its pointed, jagged-edged basslines are cutting and penetrating at the same time, snappy drums lie underneath and the whole tune is packaged with effortless finesse. Check out the others for some of the hardest-hitting D&B around.
IFA 023
01 Feb 20
Drum And Bass
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Drop It - (5:56) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Gone - (5:01) 175 BPM
   
Sight & Sound - (5:31) 176 BPM
   
London Groove - (6:36) 175 BPM
   
All I Say - (5:29) 175 BPM
   
Quartz - (6:17) 58 BPM
Played by: Buck Lee
Review: Liondub's Street Series is one of the longest running and best introductory series' in the business, pulling through some lesser known talent on an almost monthly basis with condense yet expansive collections of music. This time it's the turn of Cool Hand Flex who lays down the gauntlet from the outset with 'London Groove' - a huge rolling number with towering high points that tumble down into jarringly cool low points. It's a bit of a ballad to be honest. 'Sight & Sound' is the other highlight, a pummelling jungle tip with a wobbling sub and deliciously satisfying percussive snaps.
LDSSVOL 040
31 Jan 20
Drum And Bass
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Ridgewood - (6:53) 133 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Toast - (7:28) 136 BPM
   
Sidewalk Surfer - (5:10) 133 BPM
   
Ridgewood (Yoofy mix) - (5:50) 132 BPM
   
Rockport XCS - (5:16) 134 BPM
   
Maplins - (4:50) 136 BPM
Review: Mella Dee bounces back on his Warehouse Music label with this club-primed release. The title track leads the listener on a journey through 90s minimal techno, with chattering percussion accompanying analogue yelps and a wiry rhythm. The tempo moves up a few gears on "Toast" and "Sidewalk Surfer", with Dee applying roughly the same hardware-driven approach, albeit set to more pace-y backing tracks. "Maplins" resounds to grainy kicks and raw percussive ticks, sounding like it was inspired by Neil Landstrumm's 90s work for Tresor, while on "Rockport Xcs", the singular techno producer delivers detuned chords against a skippy, rolling groove.
WM 012
31 Jan 20
Minimal/Tech House
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V2E
   
Is It Enough - (4:25) 176 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Bass Monster - (4:10) 176 BPM
   
Get Lit - (4:25) 176 BPM
   
Murder Riddim - (4:54) 59 BPM
Review: Vital Elements has built up a name for himself as someone who never fails to bring out the big guns with his music. It's always heavy, hard-hitting and built on soundscapes and vibes which are deeply urban. His newest EP on V2E is no different and it kicks off with 'Is It Enough', a Serum-esque roller with a bassline that stretches out over the horizon, the only constant being its grinding, coarse nature and the manner in which it constantly mutates and evolves. 'Bass Monster' is equally as rough but less rolling and more fragmented, its structure and nature constantly changes and it keeps the tune sounding consistently fresh. The rest of this EP is absolute vibes, too.
V2EDIGEP 06
31 Jan 20
Drum And Bass
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Banana Bread - (5:14) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Busy - (6:02) 172 BPM
Review: The man, the myth, the sofa-loving animal; DLR dives deep into 2020 with two corkers on Doc Scott's 31. "Banana Bread" is every bit as tasty as its name suggests. There's an old school house vibe to the rising chords and string line as it builds slowly towards to the ruffneck scrappy bassline on the drop. "Busy" is an equally addictive affair. Once again the intro fools you ahead of the twist; dreamy, deep and skippy, no one expects the dark, techno-like groove when it finally kicks in. Go bananas.
31RS 046
31 Jan 20
Drum And Bass
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Stay Put - (4:06) 175 BPM
   
Ya Dun Know (feat Diligent Fingers) - (4:56) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Grid Recordings 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. Shadre & Salvage are holding up that standard and they're doing it in style, something clear right from the start of this single. 'Stay Put' reels you in with a lovely introduction, it's synthy beginnings quickly regressing to a siren-like wail of pure energy that's reminiscent of Kings of the Rollers and insanity more generally. The rest of the release is wicked as well, as the flipside 'Ya Dun Know' features the vocals Diligent Fingers over a choppy bassline and funky synth work.
GRIDUK 101
31 Jan 20
Drum And Bass
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Berry Patch - (4:06) 172 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Yangmei - (4:46) 172 BPM
   
Bramble - (3:06) 174 BPM
   
Goji - (4:03) 174 BPM
Review: Vision are just full of surprises right now. Straight off the back of Noisia's "Armajet" OST comes this gully-AF quartet from Machinedrum and EDM/trap producer Holly. Neither artist is known for making drum & bass (although you can hear elements of it in many of their past productions) but it sounds like they've been bending breaks at 170 forever. From the rave tension of "Berry Patch" to the glacial textures and experimentalism of "Bramble" to the underwater Rockwell soul "Goji" and the Salvador Dali style bass of "Yangmei", this is the absolute business.
VSN 055
31 Jan 20
Drum And Bass
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Gunshot (A.M.C remix) - (3:57) 175 BPM
Played by: K Motionz
Review: There aren't many people better to remix your track than A.M.C, the man who recently dethroned Andy C as the Best DJ at the Drum & Bass Arena Awards and who is just generally an absolute beast at both production and spinning. He's on remix duties for K-Motionz and the result is a penetrating, deeply heavy wall of pure fire, one which jumps out the gun with the momentum of Usain Bolt and which matches him on sheer impact. 'Gunshot' is exactly what you'd expect - wounding - and A.M.C. has flipped this one into a DJ weapon we assume he's been getting ample use from.
KMO 002
31 Jan 20
Drum And Bass
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Eyes Of The Lion (feat Blackout JA) - (3:49) 175 BPM
   
Mash Up The Place (feat Wish Master) - (4:02) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: In a reggae laden expression of the stylistic backing behind Jungle Cakes, Blackout Ja and Wishmaster are teaming up with Dr Meaker for a really sick single. Both tracks roll out with all the intent of three artists who know exactly how to blend dub-infused tones with a rolling 170 beat, as they have done many times the past. This time is well-trodden ground for them, but the shimmering brass notes and funky vocal lines don't sound any less wicked. 'Eyes Of The Lion' is stabbing and sharp, whilst 'Mash Up The Place' is wobbling and steppy, a proper dancefloor number that's dying for a double drop. Wicked.
JC 100
31 Jan 20
Drum And Bass
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40z - (4:36) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Number One - (4:34) 175 BPM
   
Sections - (4:30) 174 BPM
   
Stutter - (4:34) 175 BPM
   
Vibrations - (4:29) 174 BPM
   
Warzone - (4:32) 174 BPM
Review: Motiv is definitely one of the better up and coming producers out there and, with previous releases on a host of other labels, his aggressive sound is back with a vengeance here. Packed with harsh, barking tones and a stripped-back, industrial aesthetic, Motiv doesn't waste any time in laying out the rules: there are none. '40hz' is one of the heavier cuts, with a punching back end and an obstinate feel of solidness that reflects down all the way onto the rest of the tune. 'Warzone' is the title tune and you can see why, with a KoTR-esque approach to drawn out basslines and tough sonics that's underpinned by lovely metallic drums.
ORKR 029
31 Jan 20
Drum And Bass
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Dante (feat Becca Jane Grey) - (6:20) 170 BPM
   
Archangel - (5:53) 167 BPM
   
You & I (feat Astrid) - (4:31) 172 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Juniper - (4:53) 172 BPM
   
Helios - (7:04) 172 BPM
Review: It's almost exactly a year since Grey Code's last EP on Headz and how time has flown, the young Bristolian has clearly matured his sound since Reverie and the result is Helios. Spanning five tracks, Helios is more expansive sound design and penetrating percussion, created not only to damage dancefloors but to excel in its intricacies as well. From the pulsating acid vibes of 'You & I' to the furious, footwork influenced scurrying of 'Dante' feat. Becca Jane Grey, Helios is exceptionally good. 'Juniper' takes the cake for us though, with a ferociously creative beat pattern and absurdly well-made drums that bang even harder than we thought possible. Excellent.
META 083
31 Jan 20
Drum And Bass
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Settle Down - (4:27) 175 BPM
   
10 Stripes - (4:24) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Merked - (4:23) 175 BPM
   
Reaction - (4:02) 175 BPM
   
Bunnerz & BlckHry - "Wanna' Go" - (3:40) 176 BPM
   
Recon OG - (4:26) 175 BPM
Played by: Guzi
Review: Brand new UK duo Bunnerz make their debut on Pick N Mix with this punchy, varied stink-fest. The healthy vibe range is clear from the off as opener "Settle Down" kicks off with spiky jump-up intent before "10 Stripes" follows on a moody, groaning sewer note. Other highlights include the rifle-like midrange bass fluctuations on "Reaction", the cheeky swagger and funk of "Recon OG" and the hectic twists and turns of "Merked". An impressive debut; keep Bunnerz on your radar.
PNM 009
31 Jan 20
Drum And Bass
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BlckHry - "Bite" - (4:01) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Kendrick - "Music Man" - (4:04) 175 BPM
   
Dispute - "Filthy Animal" - (3:39) 175 BPM
   
Spyrax - "Destruction" - (3:41) 175 BPM
Played by: Complex
Review: Bites have absolutely bloody killed it with this one. Featuring 4 cuts from Blckhry, Kendrick, Dispute and Spyraxx, New Generation is a collection of pure, gully rollers that all sit comfortably within the scene trends at the moment and which aim to show off the new talent on the label. All four of these could be talked about it in detail, but 'Bite' by Blckhry stands out for the sheer audacity of its bass, a wobbling, pulsating wall of energy that pushes out into all corners of the range. 'Filthy Animal' by Dispute is also top stuff, with a wonderfully solid percussive line and a grungy, gargling back end that'll have any head screwing their face up. Bangers!
BITESDNB 011
31 Jan 20
Drum And Bass
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Various
   
DJ Limited - "Buss It" (Traumatize remix) - (4:35) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Enta - "Ear Dis" - (4:31) 175 BPM
   
Enta - "Live & Direct" - (4:57) 175 BPM
   
Flat T - "4 - Am" (feat Zarah Jones) - (6:29) 175 BPM
   
Klip & Outlaw - "Clash" (Sub Killaz remix) - (4:24) 175 BPM
   
Dominator - "Purge" (Traumatize remix) - (4:23) 175 BPM
   
Enta - "SOS" - (4:35) 174 BPM
   
Killill - "Exhume" - (4:31) 172 BPM
   
Profile & Puppetz - "Hellbound" (VIP) - (3:39) 175 BPM
   
Puppetz - "Reborn" - (4:19) 174 BPM
   
Traumatize & Profile - "Don Dada" - (4:23) 175 BPM
   
Traumatize - "Gas Dem" (DJ Limited remix) - (3:51) 174 BPM
   
KY - "Rosebud" - (5:01) 172 BPM
   
Puppetz - "Secrets" (Sub Killaz & Profile remix) - (4:28) 175 BPM
   
Premium - "Grouch" - (4:31) 175 BPM
   
Traumatize - "Joker" (VIP) - (4:24) 174 BPM
   
Telekom & Ickleman - "Forbidden History" - (4:34) 175 BPM
Review: Biological Beats are turning fifteen years old and, like any good anniversary, it's being celebrated with a proper knees-up, hands-in-the-air type compilation of jump-up heavy hitters from a slew of wicked artists. This is that celebration and DJ Limited, Puppetz and more are in the place, whilst Enta and more make a feature as well. Enta turns up the heat with a screamer with 'Ear Dis', Puppetz takes things heavy on 'Reborn' and Traumatize drags proceedings into a bouncier place with his stormin VIP of 'Joker'. All round, an excellent showing from the crew and an excellent example of how to pull off a big compilation.
BIODIGI 0110
31 Jan 20
Drum And Bass
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Grafix - "Blue Dreams" - (3:57) 174 BPM
   
Degs - "Levitate Your Mind" - (4:11) 172 BPM
   
Keeno - "I Wonder" - (5:21) 58 BPM
   
Fred V - "Sad Jungle" - (4:09) 174 BPM
   
DRS & Dynamite MC - "Fix It All" - (5:28) 173 BPM
   
Nu:Tone - "The Moment" - (4:35) 174 BPM
   
Todd Terry - "Bounce To The Beat" (Serum remix) - (4:29) 175 BPM
   
Kings Of The Rollers - "You Got Me" (S.P.Y remix) - (5:21) 175 BPM
   
Urbandawn - "Egregor" - (4:54) 173 BPM
   
Inja - "Sanctuary" - (4:04) 175 BPM
   
Yazzus & Magnum Larry - "Desire" - (4:40) 160 BPM
   
Missing & Mr Time - "Original 90s" - (4:07) 170 BPM
   
S.P.Y - "Step & Flow" (VIP) - (4:08) 173 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Loxy & Ink - "The Herald" - (5:53) 174 BPM
   
Polaris - "Distant" - (6:29) 174 BPM
   
Bop X Subwave - "Dead Almost" - (4:16) 172 BPM
   
Mitekiss - "Something Real" - (5:12) 174 BPM
   
Tolima Jets - "Clams" - (4:30) 174 BPM
   
Etherwood - "American Fruity" - (6:19) 172 BPM
   
Logistics - "Sleeper Dub" - (4:20) 58 BPM
   
Think Tonk - "Falling For Yooo" - (4:10) 175 BPM
   
Roberto Surace - "Joys" (Unglued remix) - (4:35) 174 BPM
   
Whiney - "Hallowed" - (3:40) 175 BPM
   
Kanine - "Snake Eyes" - (4:27) 174 BPM
   
Radiax - "Tech Trick" - (4:08) 174 BPM
Review: Is there a doctor in the house? Hospital kick start the new decade with another stupendously massive V/A collection in the form of its latest Sick Music compendium. An album series that consistently lives up to its name, Sick Music 2020 does not disappoint in the slightest; from the powerful soul thrust of Degs and Unglued's "Levitate Your Mind" to the deep pads and sultry kicks of Tolima Jets' "Clams" via Urbandawn's truly electrifying euphoria/gully head shock "Egregor", this one covers the full spectrum from an exciting and super diverse range of artists. Look out for some fantastic remixes lurking in the mix, too; S.P.Y absolutely crushes Kings Of The Rollers' "You Got Me" and Serum flips Todd Terry's house classic "Bounce To The Beat" with a new sense of funk and groove. And these are just a few examples; this is a fantastic snapshot into how 2020 will sound... And it sounds great!
NHS 369DD
31 Jan 20
Drum And Bass
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Daffodils In February - (4:03) 80 BPM
   
Isham - (4:15) 140 BPM
   
Riot - (3:39) 140 BPM
   
Stubble - (4:22) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Played by: Tik&Borrow
Review: As we move further into the new decade, we are thrilled to see that the Encrypted Audio team are continuing to keep up the pace, as they welcome one of 2019's standout producers: Cartridge. He kicks off this powerful four track collection with the colourful melodies and smooth grooves of 'Daffodils In February', followed by the incredibly gnarly tones of 'Isham'. Next, eastern patterns are combined with scratchy drums on 'Riot' with excellent results, alongside the final track 'Stubble', which uses chiming melodies and swirling sub textures to round us off nicely. Tidy work!
ENC 045D
31 Jan 20
Deep Dubstep
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014EXCLUSIVE
   
131 - (6:35) 115 BPM
   
132 - (6:51) 117 BPM
   
133 - (7:06) 120 BPM
   
134 - (5:43) 120 BPM
   
135 - (7:12) 120 BPM
   
136 - (6:59) 122 BPM
   
137 - (7:12) 120 BPM
   
138 - (6:57) 110 BPM
   
139 - (7:40) 100 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
140 - (6:36) 90 BPM
Played by: Alkalino, Kongisto
Review: The juggernaut that Audaz's 'Lolita' series of re-edit EPs has become lurches on remorselessly, with two more 10-track collections landing in stores this week alone. With the series now comprising a whopping 150 tracks, it's not suprising that this latest installment sees 'Lolita' digging deeper than ever for source material: '137' reworks Syreeta's 'Can't Shake Your Love' from 1981 (a Larry Levan classic) while '139' loops up Lowrell's 1979 soul jam 'Mellow Mellow (Right On)' to devastating effet, but that's about as much as we can tell you! Still, if its party-starting disco, boogie and 80s pop flavas you're after, you'll find them in abundance here.
LOLITA 014
30 Jan 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
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Let's Go (Vocal mix) - (4:06) 175 BPM
   
Let's Go (Dub mix) - (4:56) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: The artwork for this release is typically Souped Up with its upbeat, cartoonish style and bright, saturated colours. The music is an equally pleasant assault on the senses and assault is the right word because, with Harry Shotta in tow, Serum & Benny V are launching an attack through sound. 'Let's Go' is quintessential Serum & Benny and the punchy, stabbing arrangement is complimented ideally by Shotta, who's renowned flow floats across the top end of the range to provide extra ammunition for the battle below. Proper Souped Up bit of sickness.
SOUP 0023
30 Jan 20
Drum And Bass
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Billy Idle - "White Wed" (V's Start Again mix) - (8:31) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Deep Turtle - "Hush" (V's edit) - (6:09) 110 BPM
   
Fuse - "Starlit" (V's Overnight mix) - (7:40) 121 BPM
Review: When rocking the V's Edits guise, Valique has a bit of a soft spot for spoonerisms and chuckle-some tweaks of artist names and track titles. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to work out the identity of the vintage rockers whose tracks have been given the touch-up treatment on "Rock We Dance - The Brits". Billy Idol classic "White Wedding" is the first to get a good going over, with Valique turning it into a confirmed indie-dance smasher thanks to some beefy new beats, weightier bass and wiggly, TB-303 style acid lines. Deep Purple's "Hush" is then turned into a psychedelic disco-rock bumper, before the veteran DJ/producer offers up "Starlit" by "Fuse" - a deeper fusion of moonlit psychedelia, nu-disco colour and club-focused grooves.
VHR 073
27 Jan 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
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Fouk - "Need My Space" (Detroit Swindle remix) - (7:42) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Perdu - "Sacramento" (Makez remix) - (6:43) 122 BPM
   
Demuir - "The 3nity Returneth" (Fouk remix) - (5:37) 126 BPM
   
Detroit Swindle - "Music For Clubs" (feat Lorenz Rhode - Perdu's Culture mix) - (7:21) 114 BPM
   
Makez - "Random Visits" (Demuir's Playboy edit) - (5:52) 126 BPM
Review: As is now traditional, Heist Recordings has kick-started a new year by asking their artists to remix each other. Boss men Detroit Swindle set the tone with a gorgeously positive, synth-heavy remix of Fouk's "Need My Space" before Makez re-imagines Perdu's "Sacramento" as an acid bass-propelled bounce through melodious deep house pastures and Fouk adds a little loose-limbed swing and dirty bass pressure to Demuir's percussive and warming "The 3nity Returneth". Perdu reaches for the psychedelic acid lines and squelchy synth-bass on a Latin-tinged remake of Detroit Swindle's Lorenz Rhode collaboration "Music For Clubs", while Demuir beefs up Makez's breezy and melodious "Random Visits".
HEIST 043
27 Jan 20
Deep House
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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.
EAST 93
14 Feb 20
Drum And Bass
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Various
   
Coda - "Deuce" - (3:42) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Jaguar Paw - "Speedin" - (4:26) 58 BPM
   
JayBee - "Haffi Get Yo Body" - (5:38) 170 BPM
   
Bad Martian - "Cosmic Ranger" - (3:23) 176 BPM
   
Ikon B - "Really" - (4:27) 175 BPM
   
Satin - "Inside Your Soul" - (6:30) 159 BPM
   
Jaguar Paw - "Fookin Dance" - (7:18) 58 BPM
   
Dialect & Kosine - "Step Up Riddim" - (6:14) 178 BPM
   
Ominus - "Jah Jah Is Coming" - (6:00) 174 BPM
   
Kip Killagain - "Bad Boy Roller" - (5:06) 174 BPM
Played by: Satin
Review: Humdruma Recordingz always try their best to replicate the no-holds-barred, anarchic nature of life on the 19th century, American frontier and they do so via the aggressive tones of modern D&B. This is a best-of compilation of tracks that have come out through the label and it puts that ethos on good display, featuring some seriously weighty acts like Coda and Ikon B. The former's contribution is especially potent, a gargling display of production intensity and a lesson to all budding artists out there in how to create a knockout jump-up track, its biting bass stabs teaching you all you need to know. Ikon B's tune - 'Really' - is equally as naughty but it rests on a much more potent set of drum hits, giving it an extra oomph that you can certainly hear. The others are just as good - check em.
HDRDIGILP 001
10 Feb 20
Drum And Bass
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Heavy Mech - (4:24) 175 BPM
   
Part Of Me - (4:31) 175 BPM
   
Technicality - (3:41) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Tranquility - (4:24) 174 BPM
Played by: Guzi
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. Part Of Me 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.
CRE 8041
27 Jan 20
Drum And Bass
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Nine Strings - (4:43) 170 BPM
   
Eyes - (4:31) 172 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Deeandbee - (6:41) 57 BPM
Review: Rene La Vice and Future Cut is, to be honest, quite a strange combination both in terms of their musical history and their stylistic divergence. We couldn't be happier to see them together, though, especially considering how incredible this release is, a three-tracker which packs all the heaviness that Metalheadz has built its reputation upon. 'Nine Strings' lays a soaring vocal over the top of a gully, no-holds-barred junglist break-out, a vibrantly powerful set of elements all working together to create a jagged, punchy track of club-sized proportions. 'Eyes' is incredible as well, a roller with a rolling reece bass and an attitude to match, something carried over into the final tune 'Deenandbee'. Awesome stuff.
META 076
24 Jan 20
Drum And Bass
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Time No More (instrumental mix) - (5:24) 122 BPM
   
Get Lost (instrumental mix) - (6:20) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Time No More - (5:00) 122 BPM
   
Get Lost - (4:13) 122 BPM
Review: French outfit Mangabey team up with New York vocalist Kosmo Kint on two tracks that blur the boundaries between deep house, Balearica and neo-soul. On 'Time No More', Kint's R&B vocal, which recalls the likes of Usher or Shaun Escoffery, tops a languid, west coast-tinged deep house groove, while 'Get Lost' is a more laidback, summery affair with echoes of 80s pop. And if the vocals are a step too far into R&B pastures for you, don't worry, because both tracks also come complete with instrumental mixes, allowing the arps on 'Time No More', in particular, to really shine through.
TOYT 102
24 Jan 20
Deep House
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Mandelah - (4:51) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Juju Man - (4:51) 174 BPM
   
Mbe Mbe - (4:59) 174 BPM
   
Zumuzah - (5:32) 175 BPM
Review: Juiceman and Jubbz come correct once again with their Beat Merchants alias. This time packing a full EP, across four tracks the duo dig deep into the roots with some magic results. "Mandelah" is a potent piece of minimalism that swings like a Die track and is coated with all manner of little details. Elsewhere "Juju Man" gets militant on a steppy halftime dancehall vibe, "Mbe Mbe" is pure jungle music while "Zumuzah" concludes the EP on a dreamy, springy flex. Deep, rolling, heavy and authentic; Beat Merchants aren't messing around. Get to know.
PLV 122DD
24 Jan 20
Drum And Bass
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