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This one is for all you neuro-junkies who like your drum and bass to roll up and punch you right in the temple. The Methlab Agency (a record label, artists collective, DJ agency, event promoter, and PR group) are releasing a showcase mix that represents the label and artist’s work. Included in the mix are […]

I was invited to join a Facebook group called Dallas Electronic recently. People are posting flyers to their first raves and parties dating back 20+ years, including some of my own events as both 32 Degrees and Covert Operations. While I was on that nostalgia tip, I decided to re-upload some old recordings of the […]

Mondo Tees is an Austin-based company that does re-imagining of movie/tv related (and very limited edition) memorabilia like posters, t-shirts, buttons and vinyl soundtrack releases. I love their products and own three of their screen prints for Blade Runner, Daredevil, and Luke Cage. This mix features a selection of their soundtrack work. It covers a […]

Dead Man’s Chest (aka Eveson) is dropping an actual mixtape! And by mixtape I don’t mean collection of poorly thrown together rap tracks on a CD that some dude tries to sell you for $10 on the subway. No, this is an actual cassette tape! A real, old school, reel-to-reel-need-a-tapedeck tape! Did I mention it’s […]

Last week I shared DRS’ new video with Utah Jazz called Sin from his brand new EP, I Will, on Soul:R. This week, DRS has dropped a video for two more of the tunes on the EP and they’re all popping. First up is another amazing collab with the Belfast don Calibre, called This Ain’t […]

Bill Bradley’s Devious Mix is chock full of classic jungle and ragga dubs from years gone by that were cut by Houston’s DVS1. These dubs took a pretty circuitous route from their original home to Bill’s decks, but it turned into a pretty sick mix.

My absolute favorite hardcore band (or post-hardcore/grindcore/mathcore) of all time, The Dillinger Escape Plan, are hanging up their strings after six albums, multiple EP releases, and nearly 20 years of fucking shit up. After I moved back to Texas in 2002, I was feeling especially disheartened by the drum & bass scene. Since I originally […]