Ekcle: Deshoda

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After supplying a series of free downloads to the Inspector Dubplate platform over the past year, the UK-based duo Ekcle are back with their first full release, out now on Inspected Records. Deshoda is a four track EP that echoes quality from top to bottom. Each track guides the listener on an unpredictable, intriguing journey through experimental and beautiful […]

INSTiLP002 // Kercha – Astronomer (Review)

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Instigate Recordings are somewhat of a ‘midrange’ label in the deep dubstep community. They haven’t been around for long and haven’t quite earned the esteem of bigger labels in the scene yet they still stand out due to some impressive consistency with their releases so far. Boasting a roster including Encrypted signees Koma/Binary, as well […]

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. […]

SPREP016 – Wheelton – CPH4 EP

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Californian label Sub Pressure Recordings are back after a short hiatus. A welcome return for the label with previous releases from the likes of Content, Darj, Jafu and Deafblind to name a few. Number sixteen for their catalogue welcomes Wheelton to the family with two original tracks and remixes by Section 8, Arta and AxH. Wheelton is known […]

Potent Whisper: New Radical

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Rapper’s who use their influence and creativity as a vessel to campaign about political issues are few and far between. Supported by his highly acclaimed single Brixton First, Potent Whisper recently made national headlines for his resistance to the gentrification of Brixton. Hosting and featuring in spoken word performances, lectures and music workshops are just a handful of […]

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 […]