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March 18, 2017

Turno & North Base – Third Eye (feat. Harry Shotta)

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Listen /Buy Man of the moment Turno, hot off his #1 Beatport single ‘The Invaderz’ teams up with Viper regulars North Base whose Viper track ‘What R U Doing? (Trei Remix)’ went onto be one of the Top 10 selling Beatport tracks of 2016. Now combining forces, Turno and North Base bring you the rowdy, jump-up banger ‘Third Eye’ featuring the legendary MC, Harry Shotta on vocals.     Already…

Bop – Not Your Cup Of Tea EP

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Bop stays true to form with his latest offering on Med School; the uncompromising ‘Not Your Cup Of Tea’ EP is an electronic escape into a mystic matrix of computerized trills, robotic drum dances and deep cosmic bass.   Bop has been spearheading the Microfunk movement since its foundations were built back in 2009 with his influential ‘Clear Your Mind’ LP. His artistic vision of crisp clicks, swoops, bites and…

Wilkinson – We Will Be Feat. Matt Wills

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Wilkinson has just revealed the next single to be taken from his forthcoming album Hypnotic, is We Will Be. It features up-and-coming British vocalist, Matt Wills.   Wilkinson smashes down the barriers of Drum’n’Bass with Hypnotic, fusing the genre he grew up listening to with pop sensibilities that appeal to a global audience, whilst experimenting with different tempos and genres.       Always keen to champion new rising talent,…

SASASAS London Takeover Electric Brixton

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  FRIDAY 24TH MARCH 2017 SASASAS IN BRIXTON FOR DRUM & BASS TAKEOVER Time: 22:00 – 06:00 Price: £15-25+BF Buy Tickets   SASASAS London Takeover SASASAS featuring SKIBADEE / SHABBA D / HARRY SHOTTA / STORMIN PHANTASY & MACKY GEE TC & JAKES GENERAL LEVY & LADY CHANN ft STICKY MAJISTRATE b2b LOGAN D DJ LUCK & MC NEAT   Drum & bass collective SASASAS is bringing its heavy line…


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  – Compilation features remixes from Bassnectar, Ivy Lab, Machinedrum, Amon Tobin, Camo & Krooked, Mat Zo, and more.   “We wanted to have our album Outer Edges remixed by a lot of very different artists. When we made the album we went as far as we could within our own confines; exploring and stretching the outer edges. That’s why we didn’t do any collaborations on the album. With this…