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 […]
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 […]
Milton Keynes based J Hurley began his music career as a rapper releasing Hip Hop and Grime under his own ‘Hizzal Records’ imprint. With four releases behind him he became part of what is now one of the most uniquely interesting bands in the UK, Hacktivist. A Metal band infused with Rap verses and Grime […]
Hot on the heels of the release of the well received Future EP on Foundation Audio at the beginning of the year, Zygos unleashes his next slab of vinyl with Shivering/Gwari forthcoming on Rarefied early next month and as with that EP, it is one that will be hotly anticipated. The release kicks off with Shivering, […]
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.
This DNB record which I would deem more “Neuro-Dub” is brilliant, with a true depth to every song, staggering atmospheres and great production. It’s a testament to the production driven drum &bass world and doesn’t seek only to force good production value but something more creative dare I say ‘artistic’ than the purely hype driven forerunners.
The first EP to grace my inbox this year is a corker, another release from the prolific Bristol dub label ‘Foundation Audio’ who have been steadily cultivating unique sounds in Bristol’s fairly saturated dub scene. Will their latest release DTR‘s – FAV003 continue the trend of diversity or simply slip into the background of Montpellier […]
Following on from his well recieved Cocoa EP that was released earlier this summer, Nottinghams Bentronix is back to see out the year with a brand new collection of deep cuts and punishing bass with the Haze EP which is released on Under Surveillance Recordings. The EPs title track opens proceedings with those vital surges of […]
LSB has created one of this years greatest albums with his soulful drum & bass sound.
I now have in my possession the new burial release ‘Young Death/Nightmarket’. This is his second release of 2016 alongside the slightly average collaboration with ‘Zomby’. I quite expected at this point he would disappear into the background of suburban life completely, never to release anything again but fortunately not, Burial fans will find a […]