It seems like the humans attention span is getting shorter. This argument could lead into a loooong discussion, but we will keep our main attention to the music. Nowadays you see less LP´s and more single outputs. Cyantific moved from Hospital Records to his own label and now to Viper Recordings. Last month he released a new version of his massive tune “Outatime”. Now he keeps on moving on with “Robotic”, a heavy tune with wild Rave feelings and a Dillinja esque Bassline.
You can preorder and listen to the track here on Beatport.
The new single by Mob Tactics is out now on Viper Recordings!
Last September they released “Get Dirty / Shark Tank” and the huge 4-track “Body Check EP”.
Now they smash the floors with “Get Dirty VIP” and “Welcome to your nightmare”.
“Welcome To Your Nightmare” is coming with a lot of synths layers, a techy bassline and vocals from Nuklear MC, but “Get Dirty VIP” is definitely my favorite.
Defrostatica is a bass music label from Leipzig. Many people in Germany say that Leipzig is the smaller, but more colorful Berlin. Upfront ideas and music – you have to check it.
The “Rogue Style 1 EP” contains four tracks and is an international homage to b-boy culture. My favorite is “Visual” by Kiat (from Singapore). It´s a brillant, minimal DnB track with metallic drums and hypnotizing vocals by Klose. Then it´s our famous Kabuki. When he was doing music the last years, it was more Footwork, influenced by underground Hip Hop. “South Bronx Subway Riddim” is what you get now – amazing! “Home Sick” by Mass Appeal is wired bass music with Jungle breaks and a lot of drilling stuff. Sinistarr featuring Detroit´s Filthiest are coming with a big intro. “Yo Speakerz” is a progressive mix of Hip Hop and Ghetto Tech.
There are no soundfiles up yet. Wait for it and in the meantime check the Defrostatica page.
Manchester again and again. Propa talents you have to know!
Release #04 on Skittles label PropaTop. Fresh Traphall on 140 bpm with violins and a wicked eastern morning flute by Luke Leadbelly & Mane plus special lyrics by Skittles himself.
-MONSTER- Out everywhere 15th april 2017
23 tracks including artists from 5 different countries – this is Urban Wildlife. You´ll find plenty deep tracks from people like T:Base, Tweakz and Changing Faces, Halfstep Trap´n`Bass by Smuskind, hard hitting Drum and Bass by Void, Dyrek and SubMarine and one track with german lyrics by Stunnah.
I like this track most: Filip Motovunski – Lava.
Two weeks ago the legendary bristol based label Ruffneck Ting released the great “WorldWide” EP produced by Bassface Sascha and Feindsoul.
These two artists from Germany know to hit the spot between Jungle and Neurofunk inna rrrrruffneck style and fashion.
After his recent co-lab on the “Xtraordinary League of Junglists” LP and another EP for Ruffneck Ting in 2015 with Genetix, Habitat steps up for his first fully solo mission … The “Let It Hit ‘Em” EP.
I like the title track most, but it is not online at the moment. Release date: 03.04.2017
We are back and there are so many hot tunes that we like to present you in the next days.
Let us start with Cyantific. He just released “Back Off” in January. Now he remixed his song “Outatime”, from the beginning of last year, and it is a bomb!
Listen to the premier by Metrik on his BBC1 “The Residency” Show.
It is always raining free tracks in December. Artists and labels are giving away presents, you just have to find them.
We selected 21 free Drum and Bass tracks for you. Enjoy!
Sub Slayers was born in 2009. The creator of the label Jay Cunning is releasing all kinds of breakbeats, no matter which tempo they have. The label and the man behind are too interesting, we had to talk with him.
We are always on the hunt for new styles. Beat Machine Records will release “Swinging Flavors #4″ on the 26.01.2017 (7″ and digital).
The name “Swinging Flavors” could send your brain in a wrong direction, if you don´t know the first releases. This has nothing to do with Swing music. Itoa produced crazy Jungle beats with a wicked flute and grimey basslines. The Sully Remix is filled with bigger reverbs and pitched drums. The digital bonus track “This tune” is more Jungle music as you know it.
Hype Hype! We like it, but for the next release our wish is to hear even more experimental stuff.