Straight fire coming from Total Science, Phaction and Fokuz Recordings stalwarts Malaky, Satl and Silence Groove. On the A side long time drum & bass veterans Total Science flip Phaction’s ”Stratos”, released early 2015 into a hypnotic, soulful groove with a bopping bassline, delayed piano cuts and vocals.
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
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
Total Science are back on the much loved American label, Warm Comms, with a brand new roller featuring Grimm. They’ve made some huge tunes with him in the past and this one adds another release to the list. Up on the flip is an in your face remix of Villem & Mcleod’s track, “Putting Down
Bass legends Total Science step up with their debut EP for Shogun Audio and as you’d expect from two of the most experienced producers in the game today, it’s a fully fledged masterpiece. The summer sunshine opening title track ‘See Your Face’ is a sparkling, laid back groove featuring their longtime collaborator Riya who drops her typically
Rooted Recordings is back in June with another sparkling release. They’ve invited Total Science to rejig “Cargo Dub” by Ed:it, which also came out on Rooted a couple of months ago. The remix, fresh out of the C.I.A studio is an absolute belter. On the flip they’ve enlisted the help of Metalheadz’ very own Mikal
Planet V returned to Cable on 15th February, this time with the next installment of Liquid V. And Cable witnessed a return of a legend as the mighty Peshay took to the stage. One of the true pioneers from the early days of the scene, he put on a masterclass in rolling basslines and