It’s the end of the month. Winter is almost done with and the tunes are still flooding out of the tune pipe at us at about 1 million miles per hour. Here’s my picks from this month.

First up some brand new fire from Inperspective Records. Manchester native, Earl Grey makes his debut on the label with some absolute drum off of a record. This is the warm up for his album. i’m certainly excited to hear it. Karmic Sprain is my pick.

They also dropped the Eden EP by Lynch Kingsley earlier in the month. You can check this one here. . .

Soul intent made his debut for dutch label, Tempo Records this month as well with the Give Me a Dub EP. My pick has to be The Dread.

If you read this column you know that Quentin Hiatus pops up pretty regularly and his latest bit on Free Love Digi is a top one for me. Tapion. Check it.

Faded Music have got shitloads of music coming at the minute. Ninja Ninja just premiered Isolation Tank from Back To The Roots vol.2 which dropped in March.

Before that they had an EP from Bone, which has got some nice stuff on there.

Dub Phizix also made a return to Drum and Bass this month with a brand new single on his own label, Senkasonic. Check out the tune for “Do One” below.

Italian label, BNC Express celebrated their 100th release in 5 years this month with a compilation album featuring work from their entire roster of talent. Picks from me are the HLZ remix and the Legal track, Powder.

Finally my own label dropped two new releases Mauoq And Medika rustled up a deep EP for me. Check it.

And Aluminium Shiny Shin Side Shack Out Music teamed up with NBAudio and Red Eye Hi-Fi to release their mixtape, Chips and Gravy. You can download it for free here. . .

And a new drum and bass podcast from me for German site, Punchblog.

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