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Sigma unveil the official video for ‘Rudeboy’ ft. Doctor

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 24, 2013 by E.N.

3Beat158 Sigma ft. Doctor - RudeboyUK Drum and Bass geniuses Sigma are about to drop their latest track “Rudeboy”.
The single features vocals from South London rapper and singer DOCTOR, who is best known for his collaboration with Soundbwoy Ent on the chart hit “Never Wanna Say”. He’s recently been collaborating with the top tier of international dance producers such as DJ Chuckie, Gregor Salto, Chase & Status and Plastician.
“Rudeboy” follows on from “Summer Calling”, Sigma’s first release with 3 Beat, which propelled Sigma into the spotlight. It spent two weeks at Number 1 on the Music Week Urban Club Chart and reached number 5 in the Beatport chart.

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DJ Eastwood ‘U Ain’t Ready’ [w/ Untold + Spooky remixes] (No Hats No Hoods)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 18, 2013 by E.N.

DJ Eastwood 'U Ain't Ready' [w/ Untold + Spooky remixes] (No Hats No Hoods)

Following up from Ruff Sqwad’s critically acclaimed ‘White Label Classics’ at the end of 2012, No Hats No Hoots return with a release from DJ Eastwood. Originally pressed in 2003 on white label vinyl, ‘U Ain’t Ready’ sold over 5000 copies and even earned Eastwood a guest mix on the late John Peel’s BBC Radio 1 show.
This classic 8-bar grime instrumental and pirate radio anthem was a staple at Dirty Canvas and Sidewinder and still regularly features at Wiley’s Eskimo Dance events.
The first remix to arrive back in the No Hats inbox was Hemlock Recordings heavyweight Untold’s “2010 Remix”, a full-on assault complete with his signature experimental percussion. Spooky’s remix comes in strong with it’s dirty saw wave bassline, orchestral stabs and pizzicato strings inspired by the original.

DJ EASTWOOD
‘U AIN’T READY’
(NO HATS NO HOODS RECORDS)

Release Date: 6th May 2013
Format: Digital
Tracklisting:
1. U Ain’t Ready
2. U Ain’t Ready (Untold 2010 Remix)
3. U Ain’t Ready (Spooky’s Remix)

DKS – Can’t Get Enough EP(+preview)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on December 6, 2012 by E.N.

DKS - Can't Get EnoughDKS – Can’t Get Enough EP 
(Firepower Records)
1. DKS – Can’t Get Enough
2. DKS – I Know
3. DKS – String Theory
4. DKS – Monster
Release date: 11th December 2012
With support from some of the biggest names in bass music, including Datsik, Skream & Benga, Rusko, Mistajam, Plastician and Emalkay, as well as tens of thousands of YouTube and SoundCloud plays, its time for 19-year-old producer/DJ DKS aka Max Clarke to take centre stage. Age is not a factor when it comes to admiration and musical knowledge and this young, aspiring musician has talent and experience way beyond his years. DKS1
‘Can’t get enough’ kicks off the EP with a warm shimmering intro and shuddering bass. The brushing of a high hat is fused with a clipped vocal sample and a skull-shattering drop that sends the blood rushing. Up next, the bass-driven track ‘I Know’ is a bold mix of uplifting and unpretentious soundscapes, which touch upon the deeper and darker side of dubstep. DKS draws on an array of influences on ‘I Know’ with his clever use of vocal samples, and crashing snares. Continuing the flare, ‘String Theory’ immerses itself in a grimier province with its murky breakdowns and chainsaw swings. The loaded LFOs and manic hi-hats are layered perfectly and tear through one another with booming force.
DKS builds you up during the EP’s seamless flow of musical moments and closes with the larger-than-life record ‘Monster’. ‘Monster’’s dynamic foray is cleverly calculated and the crescendo will knock you senseless. The thrilling female sample and frenzied synths rip each other apart in a brilliantly cultivated manner.
DKS has been championed by BBC Radio 1 and 1xtra, as well as getting his tracks heard across the Rinse FM airwaves. Clarke has become known for his interesting melodies and arrangements over the past year and has bought a breath of fresh air to the scene. This is a truly unmissable release from Firepower that once again encapsulates their forward-thinking presence at the forefront of electronic music.
 
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Download:Rude Kid – Get Busy ft. Skepta (Jamie Grind Remix)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 23, 2012 by E.N.

Rude Kid’s diverse production styles and burgeoning back catalogue of underground anthems have seen him rise through grime’s ranks without looking back. His unique brand of ‘Alien Music’ has led to him working with the likes of Wiley, Skepta, Kano, JME and Ghetto, making him the go to producer for the top artists and becoming a staple in the record boxes of Joker, Plastician, Terror Danjah and Oneman to name a few.

Rude Kid – Get Busy ft. Skepta
(Relentless)

Release Date: 29th July 2012

1. Get Busy ft. Skepta
2. Get Busy ft. Skepta (Kat Krazy Remix)
3. Get Busy ft. Skepta (Matrix & Futurebound Remix)
4. Get Busy ft. Skepta (Jamie Grind Remix)
5. Get Busy ft. Skepta (Funkystepz Remix)

 

Free 30min Rude Kid mix: Here

Rude Kid – Get Busy (Trailer) ft. Skeptahttp://youtu.be/jtklAvAlH2k

Bristol In:Motion Announce Full Line-Ups 2011

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 18, 2011 by E.N.

Line Up

Featuring Jamie XX, Jamie Woon live, Toddla T, Henrik Schwarz, Jamie Jones, Calvin Harris, Danny Byrd, Joker, Soul Clap, Annie Mac, Rusko

Plus brands Cocoon, Hospitality, BLOC, Bugged Out & many more

Details

  • Date:Fri 07th Oct – Sat 10th Dec, 2011
  • Time:10pm -6am
  • Location:Motion Skate Park, 74 Avon Street, Bristol
  • Price: Various

Tickets

The start of the UK party season this year is led by Bristol’s pioneering party starters In:Motion. A series of incredible events striking hot on the heels of last year’s triumphant first season, which tore a hole in the skate park come club Motion, spread across five rooms indoors and out. 2011 brings artists from all musical persuasions capturing everyone from the heroes of the scene to the rising stars and bringing all manner of brands from the electronic music community together to embrace all dimensions of the underground dance movement.

The peerless Hessle Audio make their debut for the In:Motion series on 15th October, standing head and shoulders above the rest with performances from Jamie XX and Jamie Woon. Jamie XX’s movements out of his band, The XX to DJ and remix artist have been well received with heavyweights such as Radiohead’s Thom Yorke, Florence and The Machine, and Canadian rap giant Drake. Jamie also released one of the anthems of the summer on NMBRs in the form of ‘Far Nearer’. Since Jamie Woon came onto the scene everyone has been scrabbling for the opportunity to see him live. His album debut ‘Mirror Writing’ saw him strike a terrific balance between convention and subversion, producing dubstep infused commercial tracks, alongside equally enigmatic and enchanting productions. Both of these artists are a rare sight in a club setting, but Bristol In:Motion’s festival atmosphere found within numerous intimate and vast spaces is an apt fit for these two sonic masters.

Bugged Out return for 2011 on the opening weekend on October 8th, bringing Jamie Jones, now a household name for a new generation of house and techno fans through his Hot Natured guise and Hot Creations label. It will have already been an amazing week for L-Vis 1990 & the Neon Dream who will have just released their staggering new album ‘Neon Dreams’ which features Para One, Teki Latex and Julio Bashmore. L-Vis 1990 (aka James Connolly) a London-based DJ and producer co-founded the groundbreaking Night Slugs imprint with Bok Bok. Also kicking things off in the first week is Fake Blood aka Theo Keating aka Touché. Under his many aliases, the man like Keating has produced some classics over the years remixing the likes of Underworld, Hot Chip & UNKLE. He’s become somewhat of a Bugged Out! family member and will bring his bass heavy bangers to the floor.  

Sharing the bill on opening weekend are firm friends and In:Motion family favourites Hospitality, who bring Danny Byrd, High Contrast and MJ Cole amongst others. Bringing together bass heavy music, an electrifying atmosphere and second to none production, Hospitality have grown into true titans of the scene, consistently bringing the best in show-stopping DJs from the constantly evolving drum & bass scene to a hugely faithful crowd. This summer they represented at the Parklife festival, ripped apart their own stage at Lovebox and set things alight at Global Gathering. D&B is back in Bristol, its spiritual home.

Sven Vath’s Cocoon, are to techno what light is to fire. They continue to touch thousands of people across every continent with their inimitable brand and unfaltering show. This December they will bring it to Bristol for the first time. The now iconic Tiefschwarz headline the show, exemplifying their playful talents for putting everything from electro to tech-house and slithering minimal under the scope and turning out consistently compelling sets.

Bristol’s own Just Jack bring Soul Clap on the 29th October to headline their highly acclaimed Halloween party The Gunpowder Plot which will be complete with circus acts and fireworks. The trend-setting American East coast duo leapt to fame through their relationship to the esteemed Wolf + Lamb family. This year saw them bridge new levels of notoriety through their special DJ Kicks album.

Moving back a little to November and BBC Radio 1’s Toddla T will make the crossing from Sheffield counties to blow the roof of Motion once again. Toddla T has firmly established himself in the last few years with production and heavyweight remixes for the likes of Roots Manuva, Hot Chip, Gorillaz and Tinchy Stryder and more, plus a DJ rep so strong that it bagged him a regular Radio 1 show.

Festival brands BLOC will join heavyweights Run and Bristol favourites Futureboogie, who bring the infamous Henrik Schwarz, ensuring there is something for every musical taste on show.

Add to that the incredible production team and a venue that verges on festival status with five rooms of varying calibre, and In:Motion’s second year is set to be bigger and better than anything else on the radar. 2011 sees improved sound engineering and facilities such as food court and photo booth.

Friday 7th October – Hospitality with Danny Byrd, High Contrast, Camo and Crooked, Netsky, Cyantific, MJ Cole, Dream, Mele, Tomb Crew,  Kito, Loadstar

Saturday 8th October – BuggedOut! with Fake Blood, L-vis 1990 & the Neon Dream, Boy-8-bit, Heidi, Jamie Jones, Bowski, Pariah, Waifs & Strays, Untold         

Friday 14th October – Shit the BED!  Caspa, Dark Sky, Ms Dynamite, Redlight         

Saturday 15th OctoberHessle Audio  Jamie XX, Pearson Sound, Jamie Woon – live

Friday 21st OctoberBlowpop  DJ Yoda, Plump DJ’s, Krafty Kuts

Saturday 22nd October  - FWD//Rinse  Zinc, Ez, Plastician, Roska    

Friday 28th OctoberTokyo Dub  Radical Guru, Jahtari & Soom T    

 Saturday 29th OctoberJust Jack Halloween Party  Soul Clap, Tale of Us, Shaun Reeves, Midland  

Friday 4th NovemberAnnie Mac Presents…

Saturday 5th NovemberGunpowder Plot Bonfire Night Party  Smerins,  Gentlemen’s Dub Club, Babyhead    

Friday 11th NovemberRun   Rusko, Andy C, Grooverider, Scratch Perverts  

Saturday 12th NovemberField Day Night  Erol Alkan, Hudson Mowhawke 

Friday 18th NovemberAll Gone…with Pete Tong, Calvin Harris, Cadenza Showcase    

Friday 25th November – BLOC  Joker, Martyn, James Holden, Nathan Fake    

Saturday 26th NovemberFutureboogie  Henrik Schwarz, Julio Bashmore, Maya Jane-Coles, Bonobo

Friday 2nd DecemberHardcore Heaven  Darren Styles, Gammer, Evil Activities    

Saturday 3rd DecemberShit the BED  Skream, Jack Beats – live, Arab Musik    

Friday 9th December – Beardyman, Stanton Warriors, Tayo

Saturday 10th DecemberCocoon Tiefschwarz, Dyed Soundorom, Oner Ozer   

 The full line-ups can now be viewed on www.bristolinmotion.com

Gemmy “Jah Know / They live under the stairs” ( World of Wonders – WOW001 )(preview)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 24, 2011 by E.N.

Multiverse Music is proud to announce the launch of a new imprint, World Of Wonders aka W.O.W! Joining the ranks of Tectonic, Kapsize, Build, Caravan, Subtext and Earwax – W.O.W is a home for Bristolian purple w0w’er Gemmy to showcase his infectious beats and production talent.

Having first appeared on Peverelist’s highly respected Punch Drunk imprint, Gemmy soon went on to release a number of underground dancefloor belters on the seminal Planet Mu imprint. Having established his particular shade of purple w0w alongside Bristol production peers Joker and Guido, Gemmy’s beats lean more to a dancefloor heavy cut.

Built to make the speakers bleed both ‘Jah Know’ and ‘They Live Under The Stairs’ cut through a system crisp, clean and deadly. Gemmy may have been quiet on the release front recently but it’s clear here that he’s been fine tuning his skills in the studio to devastating effect. Drop these riddims in your set and you’ll see the effects for yourself. Quality music made for the dance, perfectly executed. 2011 is going to be a good year for Gemmy, watch him rise up.

DJ Support from –

Mistajam, Joker, N-type, Guido, Plastician, MRK1, Baobinga, Chef and many more…

Gemmy’s official label launch night will take place the 1st of June at Basement 45, Bristol (UK)
More info here :: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=183724375011283

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