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Two albums in one year? S.P.Y has truly spoiled us. What’s more, they’ve both been incredible. This second chapter is as rich, raw and undiluted as the first.
BANG: T-Phonic returns to Titan with a super-sized bass blow out that will cause total dancefloor devastation. Already championed by Friction, file this under ‘obliteration’.
Upfront reveals five masterful faces of his wide repertoire on this massive Smokin Riddims EP. From gnarly bass throw-downs to slick, slippery jungle rollers, this EP will appeal to ALL style DJs!
C4C present Signs’ most comprehensive EP to date... Across four tracks the exciting new artist lays down four heavily textured slabs of muscular mayhem. No label delivers the darkness like C4C.
Hype and Pascal present the new EP from the mighty Hazard, Bricks Don't Roll. The title track, with its incredible drums, once again showcases Hazard's innovative style and proves that he's a master of ...
Beta 2 makes his over-due return to the camp with 3 slices of freshness in the form of 2nd Page, N.O.D and Time Traveller, two of which feature vocalist Steo. Wicked release.
SCAR: The collaboration between Survival and Script continues to bear fruit, as evidenced by these three carefully crafted slices of forward thinking d&b.
The Beast From The East EP sees the return of one of Biological Beats' key players - Dominator. Crunchy beats that pack a punch!
Mixed by RAM stalwarts Loadstar, RAMlife showcases the very best contemporary releases from RAM. Providing a glimpse into the genre's evolving sounds courtesy of both established figures and the new breed ...
The ever-maturing Dispatch LTD reaches its 17th release, as an exciting wave of fresh talent continues to burgeon. This time round Hyroglifics makes his first appearance on the label with the Kolectiv ...