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Posts published in July 2014

New Blood – Worries In The Dance [Ivy Lab’s 2020 Bootleg] – Free Download

20_20_recNon Dnb – But its from our buddies IVY LAB (Sabre, Stray and Halogenix)


To celebrate the launch of their new event 20/20; Ivy Lab are proud to present our “Bootlegs from the Lab” series – they’ll be giving these away for free in the run up to each event.

Up next – the three of them have banded together to deliver our take on jungle classic ‘Worries In The Dance’

20/20 CONTINUES 13th AUGUST 2014

SUN AND BASS Podcast #27 – Utah Jazz

As we edge ever closer to SUNANDBASS 2014, one of our long time supporters steps up to the plate. Utah Jazz has been holding the…

Erb N Dub – Let Me Fly EP [Feat Skope & Damien Soul]

erb_n_dub_let_me_fly_epErb N Dub was last seen on Technique as part of the musical superhero team-up that goes by the name of Hashtag. Since then, he’s been busy adding brand new chapters to his story. From his live project, Wicked City, through his four deck sets combining D&B with scratches and live drums, to his mammoth undertaking of developing his own dance music studio complex, it’s clear he’s a musician with ambition.

And that ambition is perfectly summed up by the motto Let MeFly, this EP’s title track. Skope shares production duties and smoking vocals are laced by Damien Soul. As Damien’s blue-sky voice soars over reinforced-concrete beats and gritty mids and basses, this brings alive the sound of summer in the city. With both a full-fat Club Mix, and a Radio Mix to choose from, this is an anthem that proves D&B can go hard even when the sun’s out.

Stealth – Homage (Back to You) Feat. Stylus / Smash It


Staying true to his name, Stealth has craftily taken centre stage. Every record he’s released oozing with sophistication has repeatedly stolen the spotlight. And this next one is no exception.

The production connoisseur yet again goes for the aural jugular, using ProgRAM as a launch pad. Stealth demonstrates the imprint’s forward thinking movements and command of a genre which often goes unmatched. The relationship has been harmonious; alongside ProgRAM, he’s already made a crater sized impact within the dnb community… And it’s not difficult to see why.

Stealth – Smash It:

Stealth – Homage (Back to You) Feat. Stylus :

‘Homage’ leads in a tightly fashioned intensity. Dark, brooding and with plucky percussion, it’s a tribute to the sound Dillinja mastered. An instantly recognisable vocal sample is filtered through the record’s menace, meandering perfectly between the bassline’s thumps which eventually drop us into LFO-lead chaos. Piece by piece the main melody begins to build, throbbing until it completely over-takes the record’s more humanistic elements. Audibly stocky, yet with a dimension that rings true of Stealth’s icy production, it’s a relentless roller with a nasty bite.

Sun And Bass Podcast #17 – Nymfo

SunAndBass_PodcastNymfo steps up to the controls for Podcast #17, get ready!

Already well known for his DJing with many years of experience under his belt, Nymfo is also a well respected producer, working closely with Commercial Suicide but not just stopping there, also clocking up releases on seminal labels such as Ram, Metalheadz and 31 Records.

This mix is a lovely warm up for September, check it out!


01. A-Sides & Fats – Temperature Rising (Command Strange Remix)
02. Nymfo – Trackball – Innerground

Technimatic – Desire Paths LP

technimatic_desire_paths_lpFollowing their incredible singles ‘Night Vision’ and ‘Like A Memory’ ft Pat Fulgoni – it’s time to introduce Technimatic’s debut album ‘Desire Paths’.

‘Desire Paths’ by very definition are the story of Technimatic’s Pete Rogers and Andy Powell. They are the trails created by human endeavour and choices, the route travelled between origin and destination, the reason the duo’s enchanting debut solo album is ready to be released. Now fully fledged members of the Shogun Audio family, it has been Technimatic’s unprecedented determination and talent that has seen them carve their own desire paths up until this very moment. Delivering an LP of beautifully hand- crafted, soulful drum & bass music you can’t help but wonder where their next journey will take them… ‘Desire Paths’.

“The best album in the genre for years” – Mixmag

GQ Podcast – Noisia [Guest Mix] [Ep.134 / Pt.I]


Noisia & Prolix – Asteroids [Vision Recordings]
Noisia – Shaking Hands [Vision Recordings]
ID – ID [Invisible Recordings]

Marky’s Podcast July 2014 #55

dj_marky_podcastHello People
here’s the podcast #55 with my favourite d&b tracks at the moment so, download and enjoy and don’t forget to leave your feedback!!!

Olá galera
já está disponível o meu novo podcst de julho #55 com o melhor do Drum n’ Bass.
Baixe agora, aproveite e não esqueça de deixar o seu feedback!

Marky’s Podcast July 2014 #55

1- Random Movement – Sleazy Bitch
2- Chromatic – Impact
3- DJ Marky – Medusa
4- Fields – Reel Funk

Fattony b2b Soundbwoy2step – Outlook Warmup 2014

fattony_soundbwoy2step_outlookBecause of uncountable hours together on stage we decided to record a B2B-Mixtape to promote our set at the Outlook Festival this year.

Enjoy 1 hour STRICTLY VINYL between Drum & Bass and Hip Hop.

Thanks for your time,

@fattony99 & Soundbwoy2step


Jackson 5 (unknown remix)
Stray – matchsticks (exit)
Roni Size – brown paper back (talking loud)
Trüby Trio – a fiesta (compost)
Msdos – jazzin (good looking)
Lenzman -ever so slightly (AI remix) (integral)
Abstract Elements – PMS (invisible)
London Funk Allstars – only for the hiphop lovers (ninja tunes)
DjRUM – white
Skeptical – desire (soul:r)
Calibre – instant (signature)
Skeptical – Blue Eyes (ingredients)
Bredren ft. MC Swift – Control (Demand)
Stray – Award Tour (exit)
Teddy Killerz ft. Brain Crises – Local 2 (Subtitles)
Digital & Spirit – Phantom Force (Fracture Remix) (PA Audio)
Stray – Easy Boy (Exit)
Dub Phizix – Codec (Critical)
State of Mind ft. Nymfo – Bigger, Faster, Stronger (Blackout)
Marcus Intalex – Lose Control (Metalheadz)
Testpress (Intercom)
Danny Breaks – Revenge of the big bossa (droppin’ science)