It’s my 20th Drum and Bass Bonanza for Headliner Magazine and it’s the final month of 2015. It’s been a great year for drum and bass and music in general. So, heres a few picks from November and I’m looking forward to picking more tunes for you next year.

Melbourne’s very own, Plasma Audio have been on a real mission this year and managed to fire out a string of impressive releases including remixes from Alix Perez and some enormous singles from Proxima, Icicle and Safire, Rido and Cursa. A good round off for the year from the melbourne gang and i’m sure they will have more tunes in the new year to blow up your face with.

Quentin Hiatus has had a top year. He’s been impressing everyone with his cutting edge experimental drum and bass that he’s been beaming out on his own label, Free Love Digi, all the way from Phoenix Arizona in the US. “I’m Not Quentin Nor Hiatus Vol.2” is the second part of his recent identity questioning project. Check it out below.

Uk based producer duo, Notion, have just celebrated the 5th birthday of their label, Clear Conceptions. They’ve released the labels entire back catalogue in one 85 track bundle that features tracks from a whole host of familiar names including Fade, Sam KDC and of course Notion themselves.

Metalheadz certainly requires no introduction these days and recent offerings from the label have been making some waves in the world of drum and bass with new music from Goldie and Halogenix as well as a new LP from Artificial Intelligence.

Regular readers will know I always like to throw a couple of curve balls in at the end of any Drum and Bass Bonanza and this month iv’e got a few real gems. Kachina have just dropped two new EP’s on fledgling label, Affectionate Grooves.

At a similar BPM but this time going for some more techno vibes there’s also a great little single from berliner, Martsman on Pushing Red. A label which has been on hiatus since 2013.

Finally for this month and this year is a new track and video from a brand new generation of mancunian lyrical talent. Get ready for Sleazy F and cop his first single on Blah Records.


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