Here’s a jumpy lil set from SF’s Submorphics ahead of Sun & Bass 2018 in September. I’m definitely going to my first S&B this year so sets like this get me cranked up.
If you’re like me & always seem to find yourself stuck in the land of unrealistic last-minute deadlines every god d*amn Casual Friday (or as I to refer to it, “Optimistically Trying to Fit In My Skinny Jeans Day”), and are in need of a reprieve – look no further, y’all, cause house music has […]
G’warn Chimpo! He’s got a new single out on Box’N’Lock called 1996 and a mix to promote the new choon. Then there’s this mix he did for DnB Arena too which is FIRE.
After the chaos that was the last seven days, I need some big bass in my face. Thanks to Data Transmission and Redlight for filling that void for me.
This just slide across my twitter feed a few moments ago. Love me some A-Sides.
I’m not sure why Brazil, Brazilian music, and bossanova sounds always remind us of summer, but they do and I ain’t complaining. The DJ’s DJ, Bailey, drops a hearty 76 minute mix that’s chock full of the aforementioned sounds.
I’m still kind of in shock that Marcus Intalex is gone, but a by-product of that is a chance to remember his work and life through his music. This was posted by the Sun & Bass Crew from Marcus’ live set with DRS from 2007. RIP Mr. Intalex.
Squirt, aka Aaron Wilkerson, was one of Dallas’ original junglists and one of the founding members of the 32 Degrees jungle crew (that I later joined) and was a huge influence on drum & bass culture in Dallas. Unfortunately he passed away on the 1st of April after a short illness. Squirt was talented, hilarious, […]
dBridge is, in my mind, the most prolific artist in Drum and Bass right now. His label, Exit, has quietly risen to the top of the game by pushing boundaries and blurring lines between all the genres. It’s spurring the creation of music while also continuing to grow and nourish additional exploration. This is allowing […]
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.