A Drum ‘n’ Bass concept by Mr. M & One87
Friday, June 26th 2015
Building momentum at a dizzying speed, DC Breaks debut LP is beginning to seep into every corner of music’s landscape. After welcoming 2015 with resounding first single ‘Faithless’, premiered by Radio1’s dance champion Annie Mac, they reiterated to the underground that they were back after finely tuning their creative prowess and opening up to an even more diverse spectrum of sound.
A man who’s been making waves of late in his native Netherlands fully endorsed by fellow countrymen Noisia, @Posij arrives ready to refresh Critical’s Binary series with four tracks of rich, full bodied D&B ranging from the left of centre to full-on dance floor mayhem.
Advance tickets: www.fabriclondon.com/club/listing/1068
Few artists to emerge from North America’s drum & bass culture have made such a significant or enduring impact as San Francisco trio Bachelors of Science. Formed in 2005, group has spent the better part of a decade writing memorable music, carving out an unmistakable signature sound that spans the full emotional scope of the genre. Two full length albums and numerous memorable releases on some of drum & bass’s finest labels had already secured Bachelors of Science’s spot amongst North American D&B’s elder statesmen when the group founded Code Recordings in 2012 – a label dedicated to honing the Bachelors’ own sound as well as the scene’s finest up and coming talent. Now in 2015, Bachelors of Science is proud to present its third full-length outing and first for Code – The Space Between.
As spring once again takes a hold and invigorates us all, Total Science’s CIA imprint is doing the same.
The next release on the infamous label sees it’s owners team up with long time collaborators Quadrant, Iris and Kid Hops for two slices of razor sharp breaks, hench bass and killer hooks.
First up to the plate sees Total Science themselves, alongside Seattle natives Quadrant & Iris with the killer ‘Pushin Your Luck’. Expertly layered breaks aligned with floating synth lines and a dubbed out vocal soon drop out to an excellently executed bassline. This one is huge – held back enough for the heads, but with such a cool bass hook, the whole club is sure to be feeling it.
The flip brings a VIP mix of the well-loved Quadrant, Kid Hops & Iris track from CIA in 2014, ‘Obsolete’. This track was smashed in the clubs, receiving a whole host of play from a range of DJs – and with this VIP burning a hole in the Total Science record bag, it was only sensible that the guys put it out for the world to hear!
Latest Podcast by Dj Marky!
some words from him:
Here’s the new DJ Marky Podcast #59 with a lot of brand new drum and bass tracks.
So, download,have a listen, dance and enjoy!!!
Esse é o Marky Podcast#59 com muitas musicas exclusivas.
Entao, aproveite, baixe e saia dançando!
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Following the success of Symmetry Sessions1, Break presents the 2nd edition of the Sessions series. With tracks from himself and several other artists : Mako, Need For Mirrors & HLZ and Detail & Against, this edition has a little something for everyone.
A Jungle style musical roller with Break’s “Give It Up”, a minimal half speed bass workout from Mako with “The Space In Between” a collaboration from Break, Need For Mirrors and HLZ, with the hefty stomping “Atlas Shrugged” all part of the vinyl release.
Clive Ingredients celebrated the 5 year milestone in 2014 of releasing cutting edge underground drum & bass from relative unknowns and progressing to remixes from artists such as dBridge & Jubei, and singles from Marcus Intalex & Digital. Known for it’s deeper side of the genre, Ingredients has become a firm favourite for many and has had fantastic support from Hospital Records’ Tony Colman to Fabric Nightclub.