Viper are celebrating 10 years and are bringing the party to Fire tonight, and you can watch it all from the comfort of your own home, or wherever you may be, by tuning into the live stream.
Berlin’s MachineCode give us the low down on their brand new album Velocity, as well as what they get up to after hours. Check out the blog.. for more details.
Albums do not come any bigger than this: Taxman reveals his broadest skills, sounds and creative abilities across this highly accomplished debut album. Ranging from slamming, floor-focussed sounds to much deeper, star-gazing compositions, it ensures Taxman’s place at the very top of the D&B table.
On the Road to Rio, we’ve been checking out the Street Child World Cup project. With backing from London Elektricity, S.P.Y, Diane Charlemagne & all at Hospital Records, check out our blog.. for more details.
Wilkinson continues to deliver the goods from his Lazers Not Included album with this emotional chop-slapper featuring the alluring vocals of Detour City. Comes complete with a full-flavoured VIP
Launching last year to critical acclaim, London-based Addictive Behaviour continue their impeccable work with this firing doublet from on-point Russians EastColors and Noel. Electronica is pure bass grit while Mudguard rolls with deep flavour. Check out our blog to see what the lads had to say when we interviewed them.
11 exclusive cuts from the likes of Break, Survival, Eveson, Roy Green & Protone, Random Movement, Raw Q and, of course, Intrigue head honcho himself Ben Soundscape, Intrigue’s anniversary compendium is bulging with next-level D&B soul. Essential.
The centennial celebrations at Drumsound & Bassline Smith’s Technique camp continue in full force with an absolutely massive four-tracker. From the bass screams of Make Some Noise to the mind-blowing Can U Feel It VIP, this smashes it in every direction.
Our new “Wired” t-shirts have just landed on the store, 100% cotton and Fair Wear Foundation certified. More information available on the store.
We’ve got an exclusive Hybrid Minds remix of RÜFÜS’ Desert Night check out the blog..
Drum&BassArena is turning 18, so we’re throwing a massive party! For more details check out the blog..
The Risky showcases the latest in Drum & Bass. This week, new tracks from Kove, Fred V & Grafix, The Prototypes, A.M.C & BMK and more. The competition is also back in 2014.
Since his appearance over a decade back Amit manages to be forceful and provocative while appearing to exert minimal force: fighting without fighting, attack by stealth. The Parallel EP leaves you battered, black and blue, then closes the door quietly behind itself: a proper working over.
Find out which track Amit is most proud of and where the best place is to hear one of his sets, after the break…
CFUK get two crucial switches… Gets No Rougher undergoes a thick, twisted bass treatment from Saxxon while All Night gets a slick soulful sub-coated twist from Level 2. Both, like all Natty Dub releases, kill it.
Welcome to the penthouse suite of the Teddy Killerz Machine Room trilogy. A VIP of New Drums, a nasty-assed co-lab with Aeph, a firing distorto-roller (Shake) and a trembling vocal dubstepper… It’s the darkest, hardest hitting release of the package. Essential!
Boomah is, without argument, one of the most distinctive vocalists in drum & bass. Here we find his skillish debut album under the knife of some serious A-listers… Calibre, Unreal, DJ Chap, L-Side, Aries, Serum, Rowpieces and many more step up with some incredible blends.
Ahead of his Synthetic Visions album, Taxman unleashes this huge vocal co-lab with legendary chanteuse Charlemagne. Complete with two firing club mixes, this tickles ever single corner of the dance. And beyond. Next level Taxman business.
Fresh’s hook up with Ms Dynamite and Jay Fay gets a vicious takeover bid from the unstoppable Sigma. Powerful beats, a speaker-shredding hook, raw chop-slapping bass and great use of the vocals; if you look up the word remix in the dictionary you’ll find this. Spotless.
Dutch dynamo Nymfo gets lively with this firing trio of tech-tastic club-thudders. Headbangers Ball is an ode to bass wizardry, Beep explores the legacy of techno-style FX and processing while Oblivion Dreams whisks us away on an euphoric plane with spine-tingles guaranteed. Nymfo has smashed it once again!
Fatman D’s Biological brand comes correct with their first album. Bangers come courtesy of Hizzleguy, Telekom, Jayline, Fat-T, Clip & Outlaw to name but a few. Visceral, physical and turbo charged with raw energy, Biological Beats have gone next level… And you’d be crazy not to join them.