Juss B – Blow My Smoke LP (Uprise Audio)

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The most recent addition to Seven’s, Uprise Audio is a collection of Juss B’s dense basslines and hypnotic vocal samples in his new album ‘Blow My Smoke’. The tracks encompass distinguishable layers of deep sub and crisp percussion with the narrative vocal maintaining Juss B’s original sound. The album kicks off with title track ‘Blow […]

Distant Horizon EP

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There seems to be an influx of vinyl débuts for both artists and labels in the underground dubstep scene lately. Whether it be former blogs gone vinyl (Infernal Sounds), brand new vinyl only labels (Well Rounded Records) or in the case of Untied – digital labels expanding their horizons – it seems the record trade […]

Drew’s Theory – I Need You (Free Download)

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We are very pleased to offer up this free mastered download in partnership with one of Florida’s hardest working producers Drew’s Theory!! Drew has kindly passed over this smooth and vibey roller which we’re dropping just in time for those hazy summer evenings Be sure to follow Drew’s Theory on Facebook, SoundCloud, Twitter & Bandcamp […]

VCV001 – B9 – Kiburu EP

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We are proud to present an exclusive premiere of “Haribo” lifted from B9‘s debut vinyl release, the Kiburu EP dropping late June 2016 on fledgling imprint Version Collective. After a string of digital releases over the last year, Version Collective are making their first foray into physical formats with this tough 3 track 12″ vinyl […]

GB005 – Malleus/Saule – Bad Kids/Saule – Kalakuta/Malleus – Parce qu’il est Mort

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The last few weeks have seen a bit of unwelcome drama in the underground dubstep scene; with both accusations of adultery and plagiarism polluting internet forums, Facebook posts and even Soundcloud comments. A focal point of this drama has been the almost fabricated rivalry between US and UK based dubstep; but while the Americans had […]

Novelist: the next chapter

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“The UK, we’re like Sonics right now. Novelist just fully understands it. He gets it and to have him on there ‘cause, like I said, I want to do stuff in five years time when Novelist is massive… I’m blessed to have him on there.”– Skepta Kojo Kankam is the Lewisham MC who cares about […]

Skepta: The Semtex Interview

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“The way the world is now, you have to speak to anyone”   Skepta’s recent album has been a major success worldwide, hitting many of the number 1 spots in various charts. One thing we never get a glimpse of outside of his music is what Skepta’s life was like behind closed doors and growing up […]

Big Narstie’s response to Azealia Banks statement – “UK Rap is a disgrace”

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“Embrace the music what YOU make” You should all be no stranger to Azealia Bank’s recent outbursts of slandering our UK scene’s and her racist outbursts towards other artists, upsetting many people around the world with her displays of horrendous language and poor decisions made over social media over the past few days. Personally we […]

DJ Spotlight: DUBMONK

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 DUBMONK With an ear for bass weight and a passion for sound, Dub Monk (Dan White) is a Leeds based DJ aspiring to populate the airwaves with low end frequencies one blend at a time.   Starting at the age of 18 I was exposed to sound system music and culture fairly late in the […]