INTERVIEW – Hybris

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Hybris has released his music on a number of the most well respected drum & bass labels in the world, Metalheadz and Critical to name just two and his vital take on d&b has won him plaudits and fans from across the globe too. He has just started his own label entitled Pseudoscience and released his Say […]

Cid Poitier – Zeitgeist/Grim Creeper

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Dark, deep and minimal sounds are always a pleasure to hear and South London based producer Cid Poitier has all three down to a tee with his latest double A side release, Zeitgeist/Grim Creeper. Following on from his last two EPs Deep Logic and Afrique, this release showcases this darker side to his productions here and […]

Baku – More Dub/The Curse (Review)

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Birmingham-based Styx Recordings just released a 2-track debut project from Baku, formerly known as Ghast, a 22-year-old producer from Wolverhampton. Styx Recordings has featured previous releases from the likes of P0gman, D-Jahsta, Vibez, Ponicz, Dee:See, Soloman, Lifecycle and more. Baku’s debut release is available at all the usual digital stores, you can purchase the 2-track EP here. […]

MZK002: Dubbacle / VGB (Review)

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Depending on how long you’ve been following us here at Subsource, you may recall a certain Belgian label, Mo:Zaiek, who impressed with their debut release featuring Lyeform and TMSV. Well, they’ve returned with fresh material from producers Dubbacle and VGB, continuing in the fashion of two artists and two tracks per release. This time around the two Dutchmen most definitely extend […]

IFS005: Sub Basics (Review)

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Infernal Sounds, previously an unofficial promotional outfit, have made big steps since turning to official promotion and transforming into a record label in their own right. The label’s intentions were clear from the first release which featured the highly rated New Zealand based duo Perverse. A second release followed swiftly with the UK’s own Sepia. Infernal Sounds have continued making […]

Substantial Audio 002: Repulsion

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Joshua Philpot aka Repulsion, based in Oklahoma, United States, describes his sound as left field, dabbling in everything from dubstep to lo-fi. Much of the intrigue around his productions comes from his experimental nature, as a lot of his tracks kind of float between genres. Many producers are content with creating instrumental beats, but not Joshua, with a tendency […]

Crystal Catcha – Animal Kingdom – EP IMP010

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Possessing an intriguing and distinct sound through the various cyclical permutations of underground bass music is something few musicians achieve. Crystal Catcha however has achieved this whilst also creating some dynamic and forward thinking tunes. Animal Kingdom promises to be another bass heavy ride into the unknown, with a consistent style abiding. This is the tenth release from the ever excelling Imperial Audio who push dark and experimental music though their well laden platform.