The Warehouse Project 2017

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One of the most anticipated set of events of the year is rapidly approaching again. From September 16th to New Years Day, The Warehouse Project opens its doors weekly once again for a series of nights (and a day event too) that has ravers all over the country descending on Manchester to sample the special […]

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 […]

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 […]

Love Saves The Day 2017

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Love Saves The Day 2017 The first major festival highlight of the year is almost upon us once again. Love Saves The Day has definitely become something of a Bristol mainstay with the festival attracting revellers and ravers from the across the country eager to take in the Love Saves The Day vibe and this […]

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 […]

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 […]