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.


By Lori Denman-Underhill 

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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.



By Lori Denman-Underhill

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Cynematic announces new Viper releases

Posted: September 16th, 2014

Brand new Russian drum & bass duo Cynematic is ready to release their debut single, “Daytona/Space City,” on Viper VIP. Vladimir Vorobyev and Dmitriy Dadushin drop the release—which is described by the label to include a “mix of ’80s synths, infectious funk and fat bass”—on September 21. These tunes follow their debut on this year’s Summer Slammers album with the track ‘Vortex.”

Check out “Daytona” and “Space City” below, purchase the music here, and follow Cynematic on Facebook.


By Lori Denman-Underhill

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Fire the Bass Cannon!

Posted: September 15th, 2014

If there’s one thing booms true of junglists, it’s this: we wear our bass loud and proud. Now our dreams have come true. The shoulder-mounted Bass Cannon fires off beats with the massive levels of bass we crave.

Music fiends can give thanks to creator Adam Munich, a hardware hacker from the sunny state of Cali, who used AirZooka’s ball launcher as part of its construction.

Alas, me D&B pirates, Munich has finally given us the “weapon of mass production” we’ve been looking for. He even gives a breakdown of the cannon on his site, where he says, “Every once in a while I build something ridiculous, and this would be one of those whiles.”


By Lori Denman-Underhill

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America’s Best DJ Contest Awards Bass Boomers

Posted: September 10th, 2014

Bass is the place, says 2014’s America's Best DJ poll, sponsored by Pioneer DJ USA and DJ Times. Congratulations go out to beloved bass boomers like Dieselboy (#23), A-Trak (#3), Bassnectar (#4), 12th Planet (#45), Shogun (#26), DJ Craze (#39), Kill the Noise (#31), Skrillex (#5), Dillon Francis (#7), Carnage (#15), Vice (#11), DJ Godfather (#27), and others!

“It feels good to be recognized for DJing on a list in which I didn’t wear a Halloween costume, throw food at people, or crowd surf on people’s faces,” says Dieselboy of his achievement. “This is a win for real DJing and drum & bass.”

See the complete list here.


By Lori Denman-Underhill

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Andy C Recruits Ravers to Donate Bone Marrow

Posted: September 9th, 2014

Andy C took a philanthropic turn at the recent SW4 festival in London in an effort to promote awareness for bone marrow transplants. As he explains, the “Give a Spit” campaign seeks to take the phrase “Last Night a DJ Saved My Life” to a whole new level. “It’s your age group in particular that will make a difference,” said the RAM Records label boss.

Statistics say that every 20 minutes a person is diagnosed with blood cancer.  UK blood cancer charity and bone marrow register Anthony Nolan—an organization that matches 1,000 individuals in need of bone marrow transplants with willing donors each year—set up shop at SW4 on August 29 and 30 and tested festival attendees for eligibility.

Watch Andy C’s video below, where he explains the process of donating blood stem cells to those with blood cancer.

By Lori Denman-Underhill

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