Nice and easy summer vibes going on here.
Posts published in “Liquid”
Belfast’s Calibre delivers a moody, cinematic two hour mix. Featuring brand new productions alongside music from Mala, Alix Perez, Dbridge, the late great Marcus Intalex, and even some rare BBC sound effects LPs!
Rowpieces is back on Liquid V with his second EP for the label, and he pick’s up where 2015’s sublime ‘Brazil Calling’ left off.. 5 brand new productions that sound like classics from their very first spin!
Paul SG and Soul Deep Exclusives is proud to present the In My Life EP. The EP features the track, “In My Life”, which has been in my box for years, as well as “WONDER WHY”, a track I wrote for my first album that was never released. The EP also features a brand new remix that was done for the Greekboy song, “Deep In the Middle East”.
One of D&B unsung hero’s Makoto links up with Danny Wheeler for the first Liquid V outing of 2016, and as you’d expect from these two veterans of the scene, the results are stunning. Midnight Hour and Sunshine are two tracks which pay homage to the golden era of liquid drum and bass. Overflowing with funk, soul and disco vibes these tracks are guaranteed peak time floor fillers that have been getting amazing reactions around the world.
AB Podcast 008 with Handra, Eastcolors & Mortem Mix 1: Handra @ 2.45 1. Handra – Far Away 2. Ed:it – Collecting Dust 3. Riya,…
Back in 2010, Gilles Peterson recorded a special Brownswood Basement show focusing on the evolution of drum & bass through the 90s and into the 00s. It was by no means a comprehensive history of the genre, but it did represent an excellent snapshot of the tunes that struck a chord with Gilles back then. 100% vinyl (and acetates), Gilles spent the best part of a day rummaging through hundreds of records and picked out around 40 of his favourite tracks from the likes of Alex Reece, Peshay, Goldie, Drumagick, Roni Size and Photek… then @alex-patchwork got deep in the mix. Here then, is the first hour-long mix that made up that show – no links, jingles or drops – just the music. We hope you enjoy it.
‘Because’ sees the trio return to their early collab roots with its dreamy pads and accompanying b-line. Two contrasting breakbeats switch positions with synth hooks whilst Manos’s vocals let the music breath. Inspired by the groups Sunandbass festival appearances, summer is here in the shape of PM030.
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.