Metrik Sizzles on ‘Ready Player One’ Minimix for BBC 1 Radio

Pop your quarter in the slot and prepare to get swept away by this Metrik minimix for Annie Mac’s tastemaking BBC Radio 1 show.


Yunis Brings on the Distorted Sine Waves for Saturate

Saturate Records paves the way for Yunis to deliver his heaviest synapse-twisting release to date.


[Playlist] Bukez Finezt: A Bass Odyssey

Meditate on the heavyweight bass-scape that lurks within the dark corners of Bukez Finezt’s mind.


[Free Download] Justice “D.A.N.C.E.” (Yultron Remix)

Yultron pulls out the razor blades and transforms the pop-tinged Justice original into a heaving dancefloor killer.


Funktion: Drumsound & Bassline Smith, Tantrum Desire


Dubloadz, Krimer, Ponicz & Oolacile


Excision SF 2017


[Free Download] Chee “Speak With Eyes & See With Tongues”

Nest HQ locks in some heavy vibes for the weekend from none other than the South African glitch-monster known as Chee.


[Premiere] The Clamps “FTDS”

The Clamps challenge us to “f*ck the dumb shit” with this heavyweight, Prolix-approved banger for Trendkill Records.


[Free Download] Skream “You Know, Right?” (1991 Bootleg)

1991 offers up a blissed-out drum & bass bootleg of Skream’s already deadly “You Know, Right?”


Between a Rock and a Hard Break: D&B’s Survival in the US

DC Breaks, Camo & Krooked, and a cross-section of promoters and agents weigh in on the rewards and challenges of delivering drum & bass to the North American masses.


Pythius Kicks In the Afterburners for C4C

Cause4Concern continue to set the pace for 2017 as Pythius steps up for a pair of intergalactic afterburners sure to have the darkside neuro crew begging for more.


[Q&A] Megalodon on Never Say Die’s 100th

The NSD OG and prehistoric beast known as Megalodon chops it up about the imprint’s largest release to date.


[Q&A] DMVU: The Young & the Restless

The youngblood Denver producer known as DMVU is poised to breakout this summer—and even he can barely believe it


[Premiere] T-Phonic & Deadman “Reflections VIP”

Drumsound and Bassline Smith tap new-school heads T-Phonic and Deadman for a blazing, old-school-influenced dancefloor burner on their Technique imprint.


[Premiere] Reid Speed “Animal” (not sorry Remix)

The NYC-native known as not sorry gets tapped by Reid Speed for a drum & bass rework of her own “Animal.”


[Premiere] Drumsound & Bassline Smith “Cobra VIP”

The dons of that big room sound touch down on Playaz and unleash some serious dancefloor damage.

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