Shogun Audio regulars GLXY return to the heavy-weight label with a fresh and eclectic EP. The Method EP is on the longer side (but you can never complain about extra tunes!) with six tracks, two of which have already been released as singles. Each tracks offers something new
Emma Rochford takes a listen to the latest drop from Grand Theft Audio Recordings. Those already familiar with Manchester’s Grand Theft Audio Recordings know that this is a label in the business of putting out music with dancefloor energy. So, it should come as no surprise that
Hospital Records, one of the biggest drum and bass labels on the planet, celebrates their 25th anniversary and ofcourse they won’t just let this moment pass. Normally, venues would be packed raving to the biggest tunes of the last quarter century. For now, a compilation
BrandNewTrumpets has never been one for conforming. Be that to genres or a society she thinks is built on injustice and false histories. On previous releases, she’s told the stories of forgotten Chinese empresses, NHS workers and her own Mauritian heritage. All set to experimental drums and
Emma Rochford has a listen to Hospital Records future stars Hospital Records have been kicking out releases at an impressive rate recently. And it’s been particularly refreshing to see some up-and-coming names amongst the usual label heavyweights. Not all of them homegrown either. Earlier this
Anthony Mulholland listens to Organ. An artist who very much lets his distinct cosmic sounds do the talking; Dimension has released a debut album at long last. A body of work which presents us with a powerful essence of his musical influence and direction, ‘Organ’
Fergus Holmes-Stanley takes a listen to the lates release from Vandal Records. Not many people would initially associate Ukraine with the bass music scene, but after you hear this release, I’m sure you’ll change your mind! The EP comes from M.Justa who’s currently making waves
Pola & Bryson have been teasing us with the promise of a new album for some time. But with the release of this liquid soother, it finally looks like we won’t have to wait that much longer.
Julia Bernat listens to Onyx Recording’s first foray into liquid. Onyx Recordings make a stellar return with a brand new release from Australian producer Muted Hue and his Parting Ways EP. While Muted Hue himself is no stranger to the Onyx recordings team – currently
Anthony Mulholland is putting the spotlight on a provoking EP that sees two Drum and Bass heavyweights collaborate for the first time ever.