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December 2018

Leeroy Thornhill – The Calling / Vibrations

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Leeroy Thornhill is a name that quite essentially resonates in the minds of just about any dance music connoisseurʼs knowledge through his many exponential endeavors in the sceneʼs upbringing and current state.  Through his work as a member of The Prodigy, to his solo endeavors under Longman or Flightcrank, Essex-raised Thornhill has left no stone unturned in the musical world, and has recently reignited his creative character by joining forces…

Profile – New Life EP

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DJ Profile’s much-anticipated New Life EP for Playaz is finally ready to hit the streets and airwaves. A legend in the game, London native Clive Bourne aka DJ Profile embraces the Drum n’ Bass lifestyle to the fullest with efforts both behind the scenes and in front of packed out shows. Steadily making moves with his musical contributions Profile keeps it fresh with new projects including his 360 DNB super…

Delta Heavy x Everyone You Know – Anarchy

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Never ones to play it safe, Delta Heavy are back with new single Anarchy, a collaboration with London-based brothers and RCA signees Everyone You Know. A rabble-rousing statement of intent, the record combines Delta Heavy’s trademark stadium drum and bass energy with Everyone You Know’s signature blend of punk, hip hop and 90s rave, which caught Delta Heavy’s attention after receiving early support from the likes of Jack Saunders (BBC…

Subp Yao – Let ‘Em Drown // Bubbles (MethLab)

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SUBP YAO makes his debut on METHLAB RECORDINGS with the release of an aqueous pair of halftime tracks entitled LET ‘EM DROWN // BUBBLES. A rising name in the bass music scene, whose sets encompass a wide range of genres between 100-175 bpm, SUBP YAO has presented releases on an array of well-respected labels in the past year. These have included Saturate, Flexout Audio and Unchained Recordings, sick imprints through…


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One day, while working in his studio, Martyn Deijkers’ heart stopped. It was an experience the Dutch artist feared may someday happen: he has a genetic heart defect, which caused his father, a former professional footballer, to die suddenly of a heart attack aged 56. That day in the studio, Deijkers collapsed on the floor and lay there until his pacemaker kicked in and saved him. It was a moment…