Posts tagged "Drum’n’bass"

PLAYY. Podcast #205 : Fabio & Grooverider

  When it comes to drum & bass, it’s impossible to discuss the evolution of the genre without considering Fabio & Grooverider as its genesis. Widely regarded as The Godfathers of drum & bass, for over three decades the DJ duo have pushed sounds at the cutting edge of the

Effy is a name that dance music fans should be paying close attention to. The UK producer and DJ is quickly becoming one of the country’s most intriguing and exciting new voices, thanks to her diverse musical inspirations that span house, drum’n’bass, and rock. With her latest release, Stone, Effy

Somehow, brothers Phil and Paul Hartnoll seem to find themselves constantly pulled back into orbit of each other. Over the course of their three decade long career as British electronic music duo Orbital, they have broken up twice. Their most recent comeback, following a three year hiatus, has been going

Rinse FM, one of the leading dance music radio stations in London, has acquired Kool London Radio, an iconic pirate radio station that was the definitive home of jungle and drum’n’bass in the 90s. Founded in 1991, Kool broadcast from East London rooftops, and featured a number of influential artists

For Granted, the first single from Korean-American producer Yaeji’s debut album With A Hammer, is a bit of a bait and switch. But it’s a rather satisfying one, at that. Upon the announcement of With A Hammer, interest peaked into which version of Yaeji we might get on her debut

Daniel Avery has had an epiphany. The Bournemouth DJ and producer, best known for his hook-laden style of techno and post-dubstep breakbeats, touts his latest album Ultra Truth “a distorted fever dream of a record: riled, determined and alive.” It’s an album, as its title might suggest, that acknowledges the

Welcome to November. We roundup our favourite releases of the week and first of the new month. Listen below. Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat.   Eartheater, DOSS – High Tide (DOSS Remix) Enigmatic producer DOSS adds her signature ‘doof

On the final track of his new album Quiet As Kept, F.O.G., Kai Whiston weaves a recording of a conversation between himself and his mother into a ten minute trip-hop soundscape of spiralling drones, swelling strings, and jagged breakbeats. “My first rave was in the warehouse I was living in,”

Featuring remixes old and new and tracks from club music’s brightest new visionaries, we roundup our favourite releases of the week. Listen below.  Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat.   Madonna, Felix Da Housecat – American Life (Felix Da Housecat’s

Three years ago, the world lost Keith Flint. The frontman of legendary electronic group The Prodigy, Flint is one of the most iconic figures in the history of UK dance music. It’s a good time to revisit the work of The Prodigy; With the current state of UK politics in

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