Posted by VMan on November 3, 2016
For some unknown reason, Drum & Bass never really crossed over to the mainstream in North America, but all that might be about to change. The aptly titled Good Enough, from Australia’s G-Wizard, combines all the energy of traditional D&B, but adds enough pop sensibility to arouse the curiosity of those not well versed in the genre.
Although this is our first time hearing of G-Wizard, he’s been making noise in his homeland for a while now.
Posted by VMan on November 23, 2015
Fient has been on my radar for sometime now. Each release contains intensity and an instrumental story thats easy to get into. Fall Away EP contains these elements and then some.
The EP is a total of 4 tracks, the first three being drum and bass, and the last one; a surprise progressive house tune that very much fits the overall feeling of the EP. The mixing and mastering on this EP is particularly impressive as well. The DnB is a powerful and full sound, yet it doesn’t sound cluttered at all.
It’s certain Fient wont stop here, check out his new EP and connect with him above.
Posted by Tay on June 9, 2015
The mysterious producer, With You., has remained nameless and faceless since he made his debut last month with remixes of Beyonce’s “Partition” and Spank Rock’s “Gully.” After briefly surfacing to deliver the two masterful efforts, the cryptic producer has come through once again, but it turns out that With You. is actually a brand new collaborative group featuring Rick Trainor, Jeff Penalva, Noah Schy, Daouda Leonard, and Dave Taylor (Switch, formerly of Major Lazer), and they are ready to deliver their inaugural EP, Speak, on Hypercolour later this month. Last week, BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac premiered the official remix of the EP’s name track, “Speak,” by the UK drum & bass trio, 2 Bad Mice, giving the world its first glimpse at the first original by With You. 2 Bad Mice give the remix their signature drum & bass flair, quickening the pace and turning it into a breakbeat masterpiece. Speak is out on June 29th via Hypercolour.
Drum & Bass, Electronic | Soul Trap| Bronze Whale’s “Van Gogh” Ft. Jon Von Letscher Is A Must Listen.
Posted by VMan on June 2, 2015
The Indie-Electronic duo Aaron Jaques and Benny Alley or more commonly known as Bronze Whale are at it once again. This time they have brought us the first single of their highly anticipated EP ‘War Of Art’. This new track “Van Gogh” comes loaded with some dreamy Swedish vocals by Jon Von Letscher and some DnB influenced sound that feels just right.The Austin natives really have a way of exceeding genre with their music and with every new release I see, it just continues to show more prevalent. You can stream above and even grab a free download. Do not sleep on Bronze Whale and keep an eye out for the EP!
Posted by JT on February 9, 2015
Taking You Higher mixes for the legendary curators at MrSuicideSheep , Rameses B is back with Monstercat supplying a fresh cup of liquid drum n bass. His production quality is on point and there are no doubts this tune will make its way to a DnB set near you. The question with Rameses B isn’t whether his latest tracks are good or bad, its about how much higher he’s going to takes us this time.
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on January 27, 2015
When you hear a song for the first time, it’s easy to jump to conclusions about the songs meaning, or perhaps what the artist was envisioning while he or she composed it.
In music videos, like Act Natural’s for “Up To The Crime”, it’s captivating to see an entirely new spin on a previous piece of work. The video takes a viewer on a tour of London’s illegal gun trade. There are no actors used and all of the real people from where the video was shot in West London add a scary reality to the already dark story.
As the video twists and turns from alley to club, the melodic, yet powerful builds structured by traveling production duo, Daytrip, keeps your ears just as your eyes.
Stream the song below:
Posted by VMan on January 4, 2015
“Zealots of Stockholm” was already a hefty Trap thumper from Gambino, but there is nothing wrong when a duo gets together to make a booty that bounces a little bit more. Logam and SKS put a twist to this track that wasn’t expected. Trap and Drum & Bass are friends but this duo went in and made them straight up lovers. The drum work is a fantastic partner to the existing bass-line, Logam and SKS know what a booty is all about.