D&B Shows Dropped by Ministry of Sound

Posted: October 1st, 2014

Ministry of Sound Radio has shut its doors on all future drum & bass radio shows, and has told artists that their lineup will not be re-contracted by the new phase. Artists feeling the burn include Bryan Gee, Fabio & Grooverider, Bailey, Ant TC1, DJ Marky and Drumsound & Simon Bassline Smith. However, the DJs know that their fans will follow them onto other networks and are thankful for their hardworking coworkers on the show.

On September 25, DJ Bailey posted this comment on his site:

“It is with regret that I no longer have the opportunity of presenting INTABEATS to you on Ministry Of Sound Radio. Over the last 16 months it has been a privilege to have the change to showcase the music I love and some of the artists and producer I rate to a large and ever expanding global audience. MoS have made a decision to explore other musical avenues and although I am of course disappointed I am also excited by what lies ahead.”

In place of the D&B shows, explains radio veteran DJ Chef, the company will focus on branded content and music points of sales.


By Lori Denman-Underhill

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Ed Rush Opens Up the Piranha Pool

Posted: September 26th, 2014

D&B fave Ed Rush has announced a new imprint, Piranha Pool Recordings. While the label has been months in the making, the project finally came to fruition after spending more time in his new home studio, where he was inspired to write a lot more music

Rush feels that the Piranha Pool name is a perfect way to describe the label—upfront, aggressive and hard to compete with. It will carry a similar sound as his current Virus label, but will also be a home for fresh new artists.

In the meantime, Ed Rush and Optical are finishing up final mixes for their new album, which includes the dancefloor banger “Scarabs,” which can be pre-ordered here


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Listen to Radio 4’s Goldie the Alchemist documentary

Posted: September 24th, 2014

Drum & bass icon Goldie gets the extensive documentary treatment from BBC Radio 4 on Goldie the Alchemist, currently streaming on the BBC website. The broadcast features the Metalheadz co-founder sharing intimate parts of his life storyfrom the highs to the lowest lowsand also includes contributions by Pete Tong, Fabio, Marc Mac, Nihal Arthanayake, Dr. Anamik Saha and more. Producer Paul Thomas packs a lot into this 30-minute segment, but its definitely a digestible listen. Steam it here and stay up to speed on Goldie here.


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Prolix Transcends Again

Posted: September 23rd, 2014

With his Transcendent EP release on Trendkill Records now available on Beatport, Prolix will surely be recruiting new drum & bass fans around the world. The biggest names in the biz are featured on the mid-September release, including MC Coppa on the tune “Vital Condition,” Offkey’s Meth on “Next Level,” and Misanthrop of Neosignal on “Transcendent.” He also worked with Rido, who he has been playing out parties with recently.

Prolix defined the EP’s title, saying that he conjured it up to describe his efforts of going above and beyond his previous works with evolution and advancement.

Take a spin for yourself on this wild ride of dancefloor destruction here and on the Crissy Criss show here. Purchase it on Beatport here.


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Total Science Announce New October Release

Posted: September 18th, 2014

Total Science, a.k.a. Jason Greenhalgh (Q Project) and Paul Smith (Spinback) have new track taste tests on SoundCloud. The stellar, melodic D&B tracks include the Grimm collaboration “So Addicted,” Villem & McLeod’s “Putting Down Roots” (Total Science Remix), and an instrumental version of “So Addicted,” which happens to be a digital exclusive.

The release is dropping on Warm Communications on October 13.

Take the taste test here; pre-order it here, and follow them on Facebook here.



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