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Mob Tactics – Get Dirty / Shark Tank

VPR084_1500After the resounding success of their debut Viper Recordings single, ‘Neon God / Return of the Snitch’, Mob Tactics return with their latest offering, ‘Get Dirty / Shark Tank’. 

Mob Tactics is a name that is synonymous with high quality, tech-orientated Drum & Bass with a funky edge. Never to be pinned down to just one style, the South West, UK based production duo’s last offering, ‘Neon God’, branched out into the realm of big-room vocal anthems; whilst the flip, ‘Return of the Snitch’, showed their dark, techy underground side. 

Callide – System Shock Mix Vol. 11

dj_callide-mix-volume11After a long and successful career as a DJ and producer, I decided at the end of 2014 that I would be hanging up my headphones and stepping back from the scene. This was down to a range of reasons such as wanting to focus more on our company Cygnus Music (a UK based digital Distributor) , but mainly because I found it increasing difficult to play out the style I wanted to represent which focussed around the big anthemic sounds of the late 2000’s.

Spor – Caligo

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNK968TjUNRYG6rH8W3XDMrqtNEmqPK1d[/youtube] Spor is back in the Game and he comes back with a new Album and its for free (sadly just over bittorrent)..  i hope…

Future Beats Radio Show 05-02-15

Doc Scott : Future beats radio show – broadcast 05.02.2015

First Thursday of every month : time 22.00 – 00.00 GMT

Maduk – How Could You / Love Like This

Fresh off winning the “Best Newcomer Producer” award at the prestigious Drum & Bass Arena 2014 Awards, along with being nominated for “Best Newcomer DJ” and “Best Club Night” (Liquicity, which he co-runs), Dutch-based producer, Maduk makes his return to Viper Recordings with his new single ‘How Could You’, backed with ‘Love Like This’ (a collab with German producer, Champion).

Callide presents the Remixes

system callide - portugalComing this January, System Shock Recordings present a brand new remix EP from the main man Callide. Since re-igniting the label, Callide has made sure that the music SSR puts out has only been of the highest quality and now he presides over an EP of his own tracks, remixed by some of the biggest names out there – Kitcha, DJ Hybrid, DJ Vapour, Dominator and Modified Motion. System Shock present SYST022, The Remixes.
AK1200 “Heavy as it comes!!” // Mind Vortex “Wicked tunes”
TC “Kitcha remix is sick :)” // Dillinja “Great rmx”


Kitcha kicks things off,

Crissy Criss – Trinity Vol 2

With the conclusion of Crissy Criss’s ground-breaking, genre-defining 1Xtra show last year, the obvious question is, what’s next? Well, what’s next is the continuation of his international DJ career, dubstep production and DJing as part of Dead Exit and work with his own label The Zooooo. But what’s next for Crissy Criss the drum and bass producer? Answer: this is.

L-Plus – Speed of Light/Carbon

lplus-lightspeed4-newEveryone knows what L Plus can do. If you’re not quite with the programme yet, we’re talking expertly-designed layers of synth, thousand-horsepower basslines and iron fist drums. All that, constructed with a rare combination of elegant musicality and a strictly party-hyping attitude. Got that now? OK, let’s get into this.


Pre-Order: Itunes

Speed of Light goes first, setting the scene with a typically wide-open cosmic intro.

Infrasonik – Tazer Tag EP

infrasonik-tazer_tag_epYou might be thinking that Infrasonik are newcomers. You’d be wrong. Individually, Locuzzed, Dossa and Niceadvice have been carving a swathe of rave-destruction across their native Austria and beyond with monstrous DJ sets and a multitude of individual productions.

But now they’re freshly signed as a team on Technique to show what they can do when their powers combine.
The EP’s title track, Tazer Tag is a shot of chemically-darkened, genetically-modified adrenaline.

This is a science fiction story set in a world where everything is dangerous, with every sound rearing up and closing in as part of a paranoid percussive landscape. For obsessive compulsive genre-labellers, file this under Teutonic neurofunk. For the rest of us, consider