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Technical Itch – Find Your Darkness LP

Lets start again with some news. Iam always happy to get news and stuff via my mail: Tech Itch ProductionsTILP0081Drum & Bass2×12″ Vinyl Releasedate…

Skulpture – KKMIX046


1. Emperor – Musicbox – Critical
2. KLAX – Hyperfunctional – Critical
3. Mystic State – Don’t Start (Feat Megatron MC) – Flexout Audio
4. Agressor Bunx – Parasite – Tamp3 Records
5. Skulpture/D.R.O.P.S./JScience – Uncharted – Dub

VA – Reanimation EP [Renegade Hardware]

reanimation_epRenegade Hardware are proud to present the Reanimation EP, featuring four remixes of previous Hardware standards by some of the hottest names in the game right now. Original tracks by Usual Suspects, Optiv & BTK, Maztek and Future Cut are re-imagined by InsideInfo, Maztek, Optiv & BTK and Verb respectively.

The InsideInfo remix of Usual Suspects’ Killa Bees leads things off, with its recognisable apocalyptic opening and signature vocal sample. As the beat drops in, the world as you know it will stop, replaced by a pulsing, addictive soundscape. InsideInfo adds his usual rolling, headnodding beats, and squelching, claustrophobic basslines. You’ll be surrounded by Killer Bees, and won’t be able to get away.

Three of the best get together on the next two cuts, with Maztek remixing Inception by Optiv and BTK and the British/Brazilian combo returning the favour on the Italian’s Limber. On the former, things get dark and deadly early on, with a sci-fi feel mixed with classic RH vibes.

Matrix & Optical – Breezeblock – 14.02.2000


old tape find recorded in

Tracklist (from mixes db)

1. Ed Rush & Optical – Resurrection [Virus]
2. Ed Rush & Optical – Syringe [Virus]
3. Optical & Trace – Kridian [Virus]

EATBRAIN Podcast 006 by JADE





01 Fourward – Aftermath (Audioporn)
02 7th Sense & Nue – Purple Space Ghost (Chris.SU remix)
04 Rene LaVice – Perfect World (RAM)

Codecast 006 – Ant TC1 / Dispatch Special – Mix and Interview


Over the last 10 years, Dispatch Recordings has gone on to secure itself as one of the biggest labels in Drum and Bass. It has gone from strength to strength since it’s conception, many customers recommend it as a buy on site label. Artists on the roster include Octane and DLR, who’s Method in the Madness LP has been one of the stand out albums of 2012, selling out tour dates as well as having their tracks battered by nearly every one of the top DJ’s over the last year. There seems to be no let up on what the label is producing right now, with Survival and Silent Witness album about to drop, we are sure this will be yet another weapon on the labels already formidable arsenal.

All this success has to be brought down to the label owner, Ant TC1. Probably one of the hardest working label bosses around. Never slowing down, always pushing his artists for that little bit extra, it’s easy to see why Dispatch is in the position it’s in today. Not only is Ant the head honcho over at Dispatch but he is also the owner/promoter of Leeds based club night, Momentum. Celebrating its 10th Birthday this year, it has secured it’s self as one of Leeds main staples of D&B.

Ed Rush – Summer 2012 Mix Final

New mix to celebrate the glorious summer we are having here in the UK ! Featuring brand new tunes from Ed Rush, Audio, Gridlok, The…