New Release: Top Cat - Ruffest Gunnark (Remix EP)

Serial Killaz, T>I, Taxman and Exile smash up the mixing desk with some brand new remixes of Top Cat’s ‘Ruffest Gunark’, originally made famous by the likes of DJ Rap, Micky Finn and Kenny Ken way back in the glory days of jungle.

Authentic upfront jungle vibes a run with the Serial Killaz relick. Steppy breakbeat patterns and wonky bass come correct from the don T>I whilst Taxman reaches for his Telepathy roots with gritty Amen mash ups that have been through the washing machine 1,000 times. Exile brings his own unique take, mixing old and new vibes alike to create an absolute monster.

Sleep on this and you’re sleeping on the whole scene.

New Release: The Force - 200 Years EP

The Force, a name well known in the land of jump up drum and bass in the early 2000’s and if you know your music from back then, you will no doubt remember some of the smashers he put out via Micky Finn & Aphrodite’s Urban Takeover label. This wasn’t all though as plenty of wicked tunes have been released across a number of labels consistently over the years. Serial Killaz have the scoop with a brand new EP from this talented producer so it’s about to go off once again.. Watch your bass bins!

‘Run England’ comes correct with bright horn stabs, snappy percussion and dub sirens whilst slapping you round the face with a ton of bass. Serial Killaz vibes a run with this one! Psych joins the production party for a nasty, sublow number called ‘2000 years’ which has all of the flair from the turn of the millennium you would expect. It’s a countless roller, bound only by its frantic BPM and short breakdowns.

‘Rockin & Shockin’ continues the EP’s tradition with a mixture of reggae vocal stabs and early drum & bass influences. Straight out of ‘96 with off key bass keys, wicked pitched up snare shots and oh of course.. a lovely classic hardcore breakbeat to boot. FIRE. The Force & Psych link up for the final cut with ‘Out There’ which will no doubt please fans of proper no nonsense jump up. If you don’t get a nose bleed listening to this, either the sound system isn’t loud enough or you’re not chewing your gums hard enough.

Press Release: Dubplate Creative

New Release: Kontakt - Spartan EP

You already know how well supported Kontakt’s ‘Drips, Trips & Slips’ EP was back in 2020, especially ‘Planet 9’ which racked up millions of streams in no time at all. You will be pleased to know that his latest offering ‘Spartan’ EP features one hell of a VIP of this smasher plus 3 other future classics.

‘Start Barking’ featuring Madrush MC is a moody, corner hugging slice of badness. Ideal for an intro tune, ideal for the double drop and no shadow of a doubt one for the bad boys inna dance. You love gun fingers in the air? We got you. Just avoid any unnecessary eye contract unless you want trouble.

Rider Shafique joins the main event for a VIP lick of ‘Planet 9’. This is nothing short of exceptional music and really shows off the many talents of Kontakt and his impeccable production wizardry. Vocals run perfectly over renegade drum patterns and that all important damaging bassline.

‘Broken By You’ rips up the rulebook, flips the script and transforms the pattern of this Serial Killaz release no end. The festival style synth lead straight from hardware fills the room no matter the size, complemented by lead vocals and wonky breaks. Something refreshing but also complimentary. Two for two as they say.

‘Tremor’ signs off the EP, digging deep into the mind of Kontakt, slapping you round the chops and spitting on the trainers. It’s a level of musical disrespect you’re not ready for.

You want more of this? Course you bloody do, it’s top rate drum & bass from the most credible label in the scene.

Press: Dubplate Creative

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