This months exclusive 320 comin' straight from the darkside. A hand drum beat with heavy bass lines and sub so low it'll scuff your shoes. Enjoy!
BONUS TRACK! Here's a MIA - Boyz mash-up/remix for our loyal fans
Blackcurrent Boyz (320)
Courtesy of Fabric London, we present you with an exclusive mix compiled by Chiswick's own legendary Dubstep superstar, Caspa. This mix is 25 minutes long and is is rammed with a top quality selection of tracks. This mix features a dabble of Skream, a dash of Rusko and Caspa's own remix of TC's 'Where's My Money'. 25 minutes of bad bassline ballistics to celebrate Dub Police's Room 3 takeover at Fabric this Halloween featuring sets from Caspa, Rusko, L-Wiz, Cotti & Clue Kid, The Others, Rod Azlan and Crazy D.
1. Caspa - My pet Monster - Digital Sound Boy
2. Klaxtons - Its Not Over - Skream Remix
3. Rusko - Mr Muscle - Sub Soldiers
4. Caspa - Louder VIP - Sub Soldiers
5. Caspa - Floor Them - Digital Sound Boy
6. Emalkay - Explicit - Dub Police
7. Sub Scape - Transaction - Dub Police
8. The Others - Africa VIP - Dub Police
9. Unitz - Wait A Minute - Dub Police
10. Rusko - Jahova - Sub Soldiers
11. Caspa - The Terminator - Sub Soldiers
12. TC - Where's My Money - Caspa Remix - DStyle
13. Skream - Fick - Tempa
DOWNLOAD courtesy of GetDarker.
Skream back on Rinse.fm after a one month hiatus of his weekly Stella Sessions radio show. This one recorded live on Rinse.fm October 22nd, 2008. This week, new tunes from the man himself, as well as Coki, SLT, Subeena, Joker, Kutz, DjMadd, The Others, Benga, Chimpo, EdRush + Optical, & more PLUS a 30 minute "Special Brew" guestmix from the king of dubstep filth, Stenchman.
01.Mr Lager & Alys Blaze - Tell Me
02.Flying Lotus - Roberta Flack (Martyn Remix)
03.Kryptic Minds & Leon Switch - Torn
04.Kryptic Minds & Leon Switch - Code 46
05.Skream - Love The Way
06.Joker - Digidesign
07.Skream - Down To The Core
08.Pinch - ?
09.Ed Rush & Optical - Mussleheads?
10.Gemmy - Rusty Tin
Stenchman Mix starts
Jose Gonzalez - Remain (Stenchman Remix) - dub
Stenchman - Stop Doing Weird Things - dub
Stenchman - Banks Of The Nile - dub
Stenchman - Make Up For Wrongs - forthcoming Soul Motive
Stenchman - Midnight - dub
DJ Mujava - Township Funk (Stenchman Remix) - dub
Stenchman - Be Careful How U Use It - dub
Stenchman - My Willy - dub
Stenchman - In Dual Minds - dub
Stenchman - Run, Rabbit, Run - dub
Stenchman - Gangsta Gangsta - dub
Stenchman - Signs VIP (Special Camp Edit) - dub
Stenchman - Only Human (Suspect Remix) - dub
Suspicious Stench - Diahorrea - dub
Stenchman - I Got A Lil' Somethin' For Ya - dub
Stenchman - Too Much Ket - True Tiger
Stenchman - Prime Time Swine - dub
Switchdubs - Wagamama - dub
Stenchman - Gutfucker - dub
Stenchman - What The Future Holds VIP - dub
Suspicious Stench - Masterblaster (Dizzy Rascal Rerub)
Suspicious Stench - Putrid Creature VIP - dub
Stenchman Mix ends
11.Zinc feat. Nolay - (Skream Remix)
12.The Others - Critic? (Skream VIP)
13.Toddla T - Do You Know (Count & Sinden Remix)
14.Crissy Cris - Pounce
15.DJ Madd -
16.Chase & Status - Saxon
17.Skream - Meta-lick
18.Skream - Memories Of The Third Base
19.Skream - Hitch
20.Skream - If You Know
21.DJ Mujava - Township Funk (Skream Remix)
22.Jakes - Rock The Bells
23.Chase & Status - Running
24.Kito - What If
Crawl under your desks when this one drops. Mrk-1 with another huge production for Virus Syndicate on this release.
1. Fly Away - V.I.V.E.K
2. Blues is now - Funk Ethics
3. She made it easy (Reso 2099 mix) - Kotchy
4. Formation - Elemental
5. Den Of Drums - Kode 9
6. Kalemba (Reso Aguardente mix) - Buraka som systema
7. Push it - Octapush
8. Natural Mystic - V.I.V.E.K
9. Ready for this (Baobinga mix) - Ragga twins
10. 2 faced rasta (Reso remix) - Rob sparx
11. Element 16 - 12th planet
12. Get Wild (Bassbin twins mix) - Stanton warriors
13. Wormhole - Quest & Odissi
14. Seven Stitches - Noisia
15. Cocaine - Afghan Headspin
16. Pussyhole VIP - Bar 9
17. Horny (Reso Remix) - TRG
18. Heroics - Emalkay
19. Bitz - Synkro
20. Ambush Riddim - Zed Bias
21. Reflect - Toasty
22. Capsule VIP - Roguestar
In keeping with this week's theme of brilliant BBCRadio1 fill-in performances, here is UK Breaks DJ and producer Tayo, in for Annie Nightingale on October 18th, 2008; selecting up fresh beats as well as a 30minute mix session of his own. Download will be made available after streaming has expired, but for now support the music by streaming through the BBC
Saturday 18th October
Roots Manuva – ‘Let The Spirits Move You (Toddla T Remix)’ (Big Dada)
Filthy Dukes feat Plastic Little – ‘2 Pac Robot Club’ (Fiction)
Evil Nine – ‘All the Cash (Mumdance Remix)’ (Marine Parade)
Santogold – ‘Ah Haa (Tepa Remix)’ (Warner)
Meat Katie & Elite Force – ‘Dark and Deep’ (CDR)
Treasure Fingers – ‘Cross The Dancefloor (Alex Metric Remix)’ (Fools Gold)
Jack Beats feat MC Dynamite – ‘What’ (Cheaper Thrills)
ID – ‘Flay’ (Cool & Deadly)
Dominant Species – ‘It’s A Feeling (Rezo Bi-polar Remix)’ (Streetwise)
Tayo in the mix
Subscape – ‘Lion Skank’ (Dub Police)
Chase & Status – ‘Saxon’ (Ram Records)
Stenchman – ‘Something Out There’ (Cool & Deadly)
ID – ‘Akusativ’ (Cool & Deadly)
El B – ‘Endorse & Set It’ (Ghost)
Tayo – ‘March Of The Soundbwoyz’ (Cool & Deadly)
Tayo – ‘91 Was Fun’ (Cool & Deadly)
Moves – ‘All State’ (CDR)
Count & Sinden – ‘Hardcore Girls’ (Domino)
Tayo – ‘Dutty Bomb’ (Cool & Deadly)
TRG – ‘Technotronic’ (Tempa)
Luke Envoy – ‘Mugen’ (Wonderland)
Stenchman – ‘Gangster Gangsta’ (CDR)
Grinderman – ‘No Pussy Blues (Midfield General Mix)’ (Mute)
TC – ‘Where’s My Money (Jack Beats Remix)’ (D Style)
Steve Bug – ‘Monster Bass’ (Marine Parade)
Black Canvas – ‘We Fear Not’ (Cool & Deadly)
Tigerstyle feat Vybz Kartel & P Money – ‘Balle Shava (Sinden Remix)’ (Nachural)
Deekline & Wizard – ‘Angels’ (Against The Grain)
Lil Wayne – ‘Um Millao (Boraka Soundsytema Remix)’ (Mad Decent)
Drums Of Death – ‘Breathe (Curses Remix)’ (Greco Roman)
Wookie feat Lain – ‘Battle’ (Soul II Soul)
Nightmares On Wax feat Ricky Rankin – ‘195 LBS’ (Warp)
here are two excellent lectures/interviews from Mala and Appleblim recorded at this year's Sonar festival in Barcelona. tons of great info:
If you've been feeling the Bristol sound of late, rest assured that you are not alone. along with Joker and Sukh knight, Gemmy has been repping Bristol with his own grimey, sega influenced style as well as recently releasing his first 12" 'Bk to the Future / Bass Transmitter' on Peverelist's Punch Drunk record label. Check his myspace for two new tunes fit for Sonic the Hedgehog.
1. RSD - CAVE GIRL
2. THE OTHERS - AFRICA
3. CHASE AND STATUS - EASTERN JAM
4. GEMMY - BK 2 THE FUTURE
5. RUSKO - GET YOU COCK OUT
6. GEMMY - RUSTY TIN
7. SUKH KNIGHT - JINGLIST
8. CRAZY COUSINS - DO YOU MIND
9. JOKER - GULLY BROOK LANE
10. GEMMY - SUPLIGEN
11. GUIDO - TANGO
The Anti-Social Entertainment crew: Quest, Silkie, Jay 5ive, and Kromestar live in the Rinse studios earlier this month. Expect nothing else, but deep and pure soul-stepping vibes. Recorded live on Rinse.fm October 4th, 2008.
Rob Booth with another phenominal Electronic Explorations podcast, this week with Starkey in the mix supporting his upcoming release on Planet Mu 'Ephemeral Exhibits' which releases this November. You can also preview the album as well as download the latest Seclusiasis Radio show. Check the Starkey tag for more archived mixes, including his recent set from Mary Anne Hobbes' Generation Bass show this August.
 - Distance - Mirror Tell - [Forthcoming ‘Planet Mu’]
 - Neil Landstrumm - Shit Daddy Bass (With Carlton Killawatt) - [Forthcoming ‘Planet Mu’]
 - Headhunter - Birks Range - [Tempa]
 - Starkey - Gutter Music - [Forthcoming ‘Planet Mu’]
 - Raffertie - Stomping Grounds VIP - ]
 - Barbarix - Installer (VIP) - [Forthcoming ‘Electronic Taals Compilation’]
 - Ramadanman - Core [Soul Jazz Records]
 - Frank Kusserow - Assimilate Your Soul - [Forthcoming on Dave Clarke’s ‘White Noise’]
 - Emi Ono - Kuro Shinju - [Hotflush Recordings]
 - Hatcha - Flippin (DFRNT Remix) - [Forthcoming ‘Insectmind’]
 - Phaeleh - Virus - [unreleased]
Starkey - Pre-Album Mix for ‘ELECTRONIC EXPLORATIONS’
01 - Starkey “Time Traveler” - [Forthcoming ‘Planet Mu’]
02 - Starkey “Dark Alley” - [Forthcoming ‘Planet Mu’]
03 - Toast “Only One” - [Dub]
04 - Joker & Rustie “Play Doe” - [Forthcoming ‘Kapsize’]
05 - Stagga “Police Man Get Hype” - [Dub]
06 - Jill Scott “My Love” (hidden beach)
07 - Starkey “Striking Distance” - [Forthcoming ‘Planet Mu’]
08 - Drums of Death “Moonrocker” - [Dub]
09 - MOVES!!! “All Skate” - [Dess 2 Sweat]
10 - DVA “Nasty Nasty Nasty” - [Adamantium]
11 - Zomby “Special Request” - [Dub]
12 - Food For Animals “Shhhy (Starkey remix)” - [Seclusiasis]
13 - Starkey “Pressure” - [Forthcoming ‘Planet Mu’]
14 - Starkey “Last Chance” - [Forthcoming ‘Planet Mu’]
15 - Hunchbak “Somebody” - [Dub]
16 - Starkey “Spacewalk” - [Forthcoming ‘Planet Mu’]
 - Indigo - Set To Cycle - [Forthcoming ‘Mindset’]
 - Scorn - Super Mantis (Elemental remix) - [Forthcoming ‘Combat Recordings’]
 - The Teknoist - Closing Up VIP - [Forthcoming ‘Ad Noiseam’]
first off: TUNE! As if the tag team of Wretch32 and Ghetto wasn't enough, they both lay waste to another killer beat from Maniac on this one, which is available now on Wretch32's debut album 'Wretchrospective.' You can also check Wretch's blog at Wretch32.wordpress.com
big ups to tenchuassassin on another awesome video, and to Butterz on the heads up.
I was browsing through Fact Magazine this afternoon and came to find they had recently written up an article about South Africa's kwaito music movement, which has come into the limelight recently thanks to Warp Records signing and releasing DJ Mujava's anthem 'Township Funk.' Kwaito relies on stripped down house-friendly melodies over disrupted, broken beat tribal rhythms as it's base and DJs around the world are starting to take notice. A highlight of our recent trip to Seattle's Decibel Festival was the tandem of Michael Mayer and Superpitcher throwing down their own unique 'Township Funk' remix. You can also hear Stenchman's dubstep remix of the tune HERE as well as L-Vis1990's kwaito dub remix of the track HERE.
Here is an except from the Fact Magazine article 'Kwaito invasion?' Full article text can be found HERE at the FactMagazine website. Great Read:
"In a car park amid Pretoria's high-rise housing, I'm watching something special unfold: a DJ has set up on a table, and as he puts on a record by Mujava , all kinds of people drift over and drop what they're doing to dance. It's a fairly amazing sight: they twist their torsos and arms as if trying to squeeze through a tennis racket. They can make their legs turn to rubber at will. The music is even more interesting: with loping snares hitting anywhere but on the beat and a springy shuffle, as if roughly hacked from concrete and metal, the track is familiar to everyone from taxi journeys.
It's time to come clean, though: I've never been to South Africa, I'm just watching the video for 'Township Funk' and it's pretty obvious the above scenario is staged. Thanks to a release in the UK by This Is Music, it's first record in a while I've seen anyone run to a DJ to find out about. Even in a climate that rapidly adopts, processes and recycles other countries' dance music, the attention that 'Township Funk' has been getting is remarkable.
So why are people giving it attention? Partly it must be down to rhythmic novelty: against all the house and techno wallpaper, it's fun to hear the neat grid set down by disco disrupted by beats from other lineages. Mujava, who claims not to have any other influences, simply calls his music "house with an African beat". But in South Africa house isn't particularly distinct from other urban music, known overall as kwaito. Samkelo Ngwenya of kwaito.co.uk – a London-based website dedicated to increasing this music's audience – explains that dancehall, ragga and hip-hop are huge influences on South African artists. It trickles down to Mujava's end of the spectrum, which is usually specifically called mzansi.
Something else that might occur to electronic music fans is the similarity Mujava's sound bears to early nineties 'bleep 'n' bass' from Sheffield and Leeds [something you can read more about in Simon Reynolds' FACT primer]. It's another comparison Mujava seems uninterested in, offering only the following: "I love any type of music. Elements [of bleep] are similar to mine, which proves that music is the international language we all use to express ourselves." And in case you wondered, he doesn't use any of the same out-of-date music-making boxes, listing his equipment as "a PC with music software".
On his new album, London Zoo, Kevin Martin (a.k.a. The Bug) retooled dubstep and dancehall into something bleak, apocalyptic, and jaw-dropping. His gritty, bass-heavy assault on the future is helmed by an all-star squad of MCs, from Flowdan and The Spaceape to his current touring partner Warrior Queen. Here, The Bug and Warrior Queen talk about their flow, both on and offstage—how she's a split personality while The Bug will always remain The Bug.
You can download a free mp3 The Bug ft. Killa P & Flowdan 'Skeng' HERE courtesy of XLR8R.
CHUCKY BABY - DJ Illo - CDR
CANDY ACAPELLA - Snoop Dogg & E40 - EMI
GHOST RIDE IT - Mister FAB - CDR
FUNK WIT DIS - Cut La Roc - Rocstar
GOTT GRAPES Acapella - NUMP & MIA - CDR
KEEP IT LOCKED - Nick Thayer - Fresh Jams
ROCK THE SPOT - A Skillz & Nick Thayer - White
YOU GOT SOUL (DJ Czech Rmx) - Eric B & Rakim - CDR
MILO'S THEME - Deadly Avenger - Illicit
DIRTY LICKIN - Rok Raydio - White
DAMN GIRL - Kid Sister - CDR
BIG TIME PUSSYHOLE (Nick Thayer Edit) - PG and Dizzee Rascal - CDR
NIGGAZ FIGHTIN - Scottie B - Unruly
TELL ME WHEN TO MOVE (Nick Thayer Edit) - Stanton Warriors and E40 - CDR
ELECTRONIC BATTLE GUN (Nick Thayer Edit) - Chemical Brothers & MIA - CDR
MAKE ME SWEAT (Nick Thayer Rmx) - Basement Jaxx - Airways
GET DOWN - Deekline & Ed Solo - Hot Cakes
WAR UH - Tom Booze - CDR
12" TAFFY (Trav's Swollen Ankle Mix) - Bass Kleph & D4L - CDR
ACID PUNCH (Brothers Bud Rmx) - Soul of Man - Finger Lickin
CALL OF THE CROW (Nick Thayer Crowbar Mix) - fRew - Vacation Records
HAVE A GOOD TIME - Aquasky feat Acafool - Passenger
SOULRUNNER (Superstyle Deluxe Rmx) - DJ Mutiny - Cyberfunk
THE SALMON DANCE (Acapella) - The Chemical Brothers feat Fat Lip - EMI
MIND CONTOL - Nick Thayer - Passenger
TOO EASY - Tittsworth - CDR
Megasoid in full effect this Saturday in Vancouver. If you don't have Speed Knots Vol. 1 already, do yourself a favor and cop that over at Weapons House. Megasoid is due for a full length LP on Ninja Tune out sometime next summer.
1Xtra DJ's Ace & Vis covering for Mary Anne Hobbes this week and it's a scorcher covering Grime, Dubstep, Jungle and everything else that falls in between. Download will be posted next week after streaming has ended thru the BBC player, for now...show your support!!!
Also, a special treat this week is 6 free mp3s courtesy of MAH from her Future Downloads page:
Starkey – 'Striking Distance' (Planet Mu)
Thievery Corporation – 'Radio Retaliation' (18th Street Lounge)
Pangaea – ‘You and I’ (Hessle)
Cluekid – 'Time To Let Go' (White)
Gaiser – 'Trunkated' (Minus)
Tinchy Stryder feat. Roachee - 'Rollin' (White)
Wednesday 15th October
1Xtra’s Ace & Vis in for Mary Anne
Da Vinci feat. Ghetto & JME – ‘Rider’ (White)
Joker – ‘Play Doe’ (Kapsize)
Sway – ‘Upload’ (Decipher)
Wretch32 feat. Ghetto – ‘Ina De Ghetto’ from the album ‘Wretchrospective’ (White)
Cluekid – ‘Time To Let Go’ (White)
** Vis’s Upfront Grime Mix **
Tinchy Stryder – ‘Rollin’ (White)
Ghetto – Sing For Me’ (White)
JME – ‘Standard’ (Boy Better Know)
Invisible – ‘Pull Up Dat’ (White)
Jammer – Murkle Man’ (Jah Mek the world)
Double S – ‘Pot of Gold’ (Alwayz)
Stacy Epps – ‘Miusik’ (White)
Common feat. Pharrell Williams – ‘The Announcement’ from the album ‘Universal Mind Control’ (Geffen)
Scuba – ‘Twitch’ Jamie Vex’d remix (Hotflush)
LD – ‘Oh Yeah’ (White)
Clouds – ‘Spat’ (White)
Pangaea – ‘Router’ (Hessle)
The Roots – ‘Get Busy’ (Geffen)
Break – ‘Last Chance’ (Symmetry)
Crissy Criss – ‘Take You Higher’ (White)
Wiley feat. Scorcher & J2K – ‘I Know’ (White)
** Ace’s Old Skool Jungle Mix **
Deep Blue - ‘The Helicopter Tune’ (Moving Shadow)
M Beat feat. General Levy - ‘Incredible’ (Renk)
Leviticus – ‘Burial’ (FFRR)
DJ SS – ‘The Lighter’ (Formation)
Shy FX – ‘Wolf’ (Ebony Dubs)
Ganja Cru - Super Sharp Shooter (Parousia)
Shy FX – 'Gangsta Kid II' (Sour)
Tom and Jerry - 'Maximum Style' (Tom & Jerry)
Buju Banton - 'Champion' (Jet Star)
Ray Keith - 'Chopper' Shy FX remix (Dread)
Crissy Criss - 'Chop chop' (White)
Chase & Status - 'Eastern Jam' (Ram)
Blak Twang - 'Rolling Stone' from the album 'Speaking From Xperience' (Abstract Urban)
Ashley Walters feat. Durrty Goodz & Sway – ‘M.O. Part II’ (White)
Ramadanman – Humber (Applepips)
Monolake - 'Cern' (free download)
NEXT WEEK: LD vs. Clouds vs. Pangea
[click on the links for mp3 previews]
HYP008 Kode9 vs. LD - BAD E.P.
A. Kode9 vs. LD - 'Bad'
B. Kode9 vs. LD - '2 Bad'
Release Date: November
HDB016 Zomby E.P.
2 x 12" vinyl & digital
A1 Zomby - 'Spaceman'
B1 Zomby - 'Kaliko'
B2 Zomby - 'Test Me For a Reason'
C1.Zomby - 'Aquafresh'
C2.Zomby - 'Gloop'
D1 Zomby - '1 Up'
D2 Zomby - 'Diamonds & Pearls'
Release Date: November
HDB017 - Quarta 330
12' vinyl & digital
A. Quarta 330 - 'Sabacco'
B. Cardopusher - 'Homeless' (Quarta330 rmx)
geeneus ft. riko, wiley and breeze "knife & gun"
a) "knife & gun"
b1) "knife & gun (blackdown remix)"
b2) "knife & gun (blackdown devil mix)"
Release Date: November 17th
Deep Medi Muzik:
Silkie - Skys the Limit, Poltigeist
Quest - Stand, Eden
Release Date: October 20th
HENCH004- Jakes & Joker '3klane/Modem'
Release Date: October [Promos out NOW]
arg020a - tes la rok & desto - low
arg020b1 - desto featuring mindman - one ting
arg020b2 - desto featuring mindman - one ting (tes la rok remix)
arg019a - babylon system & noah d - examination of time (vip mix)
arg019b - babylon system & antiserum - california style
Release Date: October
A. Frogs on Acid
B. Weed Smokers
Release Date: October 17th
RWINA001 - Starkey
A - Starkey - Just A
B - Starkey - Million
Release Date: October
2. Out Of Mind
3. Free Me
5. Loosen My Grip
7. Mirror Tell
8. Sending Chills
9. Skeleton Grin
4. Present Day
5. Feel Me
7. No Sunshine
8. Victim Support
9. Battle Sequence
Starkey- Ephemeral Exhibits
1. Gutter Music
4. Dark Alley
8. Time Traveler
9. Striking Distance
10. Last Chance
11. Bang Bang The Witch Is Dead
Here's a short minimix from Benga, recorded as a promo CD from this month's DJMag.
01- benga - intro
02 - seven - siren
03 - benga - problem industrail
04 - jakes [ benga vip ] 2 steps backwards
05 - benga - crunked up
06 - benga & walsh - bassface
07 - benga - hypontic
08 - distance - victim support
09 - skream - simplecity [ evolution tease benga ]
10 - benga & distance - chokehold
11- benga - musto
12 - benga & coki - night
13 - emalkay - explicit
14 - skream - filth
15 - benga - sleep another day
16 - m dizzel - what the fuk
17 - skream - untitled
18 - geiom - reminissin [ skream mix ]
Heres a Promo mix for their soon to drop Stanton Sessions Vol.III, enjoy.
1. Stanton Warriors - 'Intro' (Punks)
2. Sebastien San - 'Sun Rising Up' (DJ Icey Rub of C2 Carl Craig Remix) (CDR)
3. Bingo Players - 'Get Up' (Diplo Mix)
4. Buraka Som Sistema - 'Kalemba (Wegue Wegue)' (Greco Roman)
6. Stanton Warriors feat Big Daddy Kane - 'Get Wild' (Stanton's Bounce Mix) (Punks)
7. Cool Kids - 'Broke Ass' (Slyde Mix) (CDR)
8. Alan Braxe feat Killa Kela - 'Nightwatcher (Show Me)' (Stanton Warriors Remix) (Eye Industries)
9. DJ Tittsworth feat Kid Sister & Pase Rock - 'WTF' (DJ Deekline & Ed Solo Remix) (CDR)
10. Stanton Warriors - 'Blaze' (Baobinga & ID Mix - SW Edit) (Punks)
11. Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons - Beggin' (Stanton Warriors Remix) (CDR)
12. The Verve - 'Love Is Noise' (Mark Yardley Remix) (CDR)
13. Stanton Warriors - 'Precinct' (Punks)
14. Fully Fitted feat Amanda Blank - '50 Ways' (Money Studies)
Stanton Warriors Myspace
Van City peeps feel free to check them out this Thursday October 16 at Celebrities, also feel free to check em out the next night a little further on up the road in Whistler.
I don't wanna usurp Brock's just recently posted items but here's a dubstep track for all you heads. I usually just set it as a final track but it speeds up to 180bpm in the end so if you so wish you can mix it with some rough and tough ragga jungle, not enough time to build up mainstream dnb.
RIP Alton Ellis
Tempa strikes again, this time with the debut LP release from producer Headhunter entitled 'Nomad'. Hailing from Bristol, Headhunter continues to push the limits of what the term 'dubstep' represents. In the past two years, producers in the scene have begun the amalgamation of dubstep and techno, pushing both genres into some uncharted and unfamiliar territory. At the head of this movement, Headhunter, along with Martyn, Appleblim, Shackleton, and 2562, have helped to attract techno enthusiasts to their sound, while also rejuvenating and reinventing the genre as a whole.
The aptly titled 'Nomad' is a tribute to the fact that each track on the album was recorded at a different location around the globe. The opening track 'Lifeform' sets the tone and mood for the album immediately, as it's breathing synthesizers and beating and pulsating drums evoke the imagery of an organic and evolving entity, within a dark and mechanical world. Another standout cut is 'Prototype' a track fit for a Hunter S. Thompson psychadelic fueled road-trip, complete with Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas vocal samples overlaying it's mutating rhythm. 'Physics Impulse' is another tune that sets itself apart from most of the album. A more traditional sounding wobble-heavy dubstep tune at first, it then lends it's space into the psychadelic and fading synth-lines that patiently weave in and out of it's intricate drum patterns. 'Nomad' showcases Headhunter's techno influences and roots while still staying true to the rolling sub-bass core of dubstep. Fans of Peverelist and Appleblim should look no further than this album to add to the collection, although in a year with debut LP releases from the likes of Scuba, Ital Tek, and 2562; this one will perhaps be overlooked by some...Don't be one of 'em!
You can preview 'Nomad' as well as order the album on CD or Vinyl HERE through Boomkat.
Headhunter's most recent podcast for Rinse.fm can downloaded HERE as well as a live recording of his recent set at Shelternight in Belgium HERE.
Army of Dub- Alton Ellis vs. Kromestar (Luisao bootleg)
via the BBC:
"12 October 2008 - Reggae singer Alton Ellis died of cancer in a London hospital at the age of 70 on Friday 9 October 2008.
Tributes have been pouring into the Jamaican singer's MySpace site, many commenting on how Ellis' music will 'live forever'.
Alton Ellis moved to Britain in the 1970s and became known as the 'Godfather of rocksteady' with a string of hits including I'm Still In Love, Dance Crasher and I'm Just A Guy.
His manager and agent Trish De Rosa, of Roots-Rockers Promotions, said he was a prolific artist and a key figure in the history of Jamaican music: "He has been my guiding star and my inspiration from the moment I met him," she said.
"His life was the music and the stage. He was getting a tremendous amount of work right up to the end - it was very difficult to get him to slow down. He wanted to do as much as he could and leave a strong legacy."
De Rosa added that the Jamaican authorities were considering giving Ellis a state funeral.
Ellis was diagnosed with multiple myeloma last year, underwent chemotherapy and returned to the stage before he collapsed during his final performance in central London in August.
Laurence Cane-Honeysett, Jamaican music consultant for Trojan Records, said the label had been associated with Ellis throughout his career and that he was a pleasure to deal with: "He was a genuinely lovely man and his songs were heartfelt," he said.
"He was a seminal figure in terms of popularising Jamaican reggae music. His death is a terrible loss."
The sweetest in the reggae world - Delroy Williams
Jamaican reggae singer Delroy Williams, who had been friends with Ellis and worked with him since the 1960s said, described his voice as "the sweetest in the reggae world".
Ellis began his career in the late 1950s, before Jamaican music had earned a worldwide following, and recorded for many local producers before launching his own All-tone label.
He had several hits while fronting the vocal group The Flames and many more as a solo artist. Ellis moved to Canada and then to London in the 1970s as his career went into decline.
He enjoyed renewed popularity in the last 15 years thanks to a rocksteady trend in Jamaica and Europe.
Ellis, who lived in Northolt, Middlesex, leaves more than 20 children."
Aight... so it's not dubstep, and it ain't 140 bpm. It's original, left field, non-profit hip-hop. Made this instrumental a birthday gift to a close friend. If you're an mc go ahead and flex on this beat. If you're feelin it, why not record ya self!
Anyway much love to Bassfaced regulars round the world. Until next time!
The Month In: Grime / Dubstep
The Month In by Martin Clark for Pitchfork
Meet Zomby, last seen exploring the badland territories beyond grime, dubstep, garage, rave, dubstep, bassline, or kuduro. He describes his M.O. as like a confused pirate on a sonic treasure hunt, who "only has half the map" but keeps "finding 'X's." On this year's output, he's going to be one infamous pirate. Whether he's fallen off the edge of the flat earth is entirely another matter.
Zomby first appeared on dubstep's radar in 2005 with ragga bouncer "Spliff Dub", though in fairness he'd been raving and DJing for many years before. Also from that era, "Memories" evoked imagery of raves long since gone, yet it was the 12"s on Hyperdub and Ramp in 2008 that signalled he'd found a few "X's" and located himself somewhere fresh and new. Download his mix for Radio 1 HERE.
Take for example his explanation of how he built recent track "Aquafre5h": It gives you a glimpse into his mindstate and the sounds he's chasing. "I sampled some Pharrell bits'n'bobs and a Mario NES game I sampled and processed so all elements of the song are correct...I've been working with a custom palette of sound for a while now. I suppose these songs are the result of that and great skunk."
However it was created, Zomby's music has found fans in many of the current sonic pioneers of new directions, like Jamie Vex'd, Starkey, Darkstar, and even Burial. Yet Zomby's sound is most impressive when its effect on regular listeners is observed. While other producers can generate impact or momentum, Zomby dubs tend to induce a unique mix of shock or confusion; a stunned sense of "what the…?" Recent beats "Gloop", "Parrot Stew", and "Aquafre5h" feature mutating bottom ends, unstable and chaotic bass bubbles that seem to emit gasses like some primordial soup. And while Zomby's sound regularly travels into other moods, these mutating aquabass tracks are by themselves alone good enough to warrant acclaim.
"Garage is my wife. I cheated on her a couple of times but wholly regret it," he explains in interview. "Darker garage was more the sound I was planning to work with but grime was also a massive part of the jigsaw for me. Eski and dubstep really went hand in hand for me. I didn't see any difference in the style only the sounds used so I got really interested in transposing styles. Like negative imprints of other peoples beats that would be called on genre or style and then having sounds transposed would lift it into another…"
Other massive influences on the Zomby sound are rave, hip hop/crunk, house and kuduro and in this he's found kinship with acts like Darkstar, Rustie or Joker. But despite moving in similar orbits, Zomby still remains alone, isolated on his own trajectory, spending nights in on the 'net consuming music old and new on YouTube, mentally recyling it through a skunk filter and rebuilding it, wrongly but oh so right.
"It's not so much a new direction," he says of his sound, "it's just about writing real songs or tracks that are justified in more than one sense. Nothing novelty or formed for its own sake is really doing it anymore. Every element has to be looked at and analyzed and really it's a state of minimizing to move forward, when you've worked out how to refine what you do you can turn the taps on as such. I think that's what's started to come through now."
In interview, Zomby bares more than a few traits in common with Burial. Both are fiercely passionate about their own music, hark back to the spirit of rave for inspiration and produce fragile, unpolished but startlingly original music. It's little surprise then that Zomby declares himself Burial's number one fan, while his new side project, a throwback-to-'91 rave album on Werk is sure to appeal to fans of Burial's influences.
Judging by interviews, so much of Burial's inspiration is the bittersweet memories of raves now long since extinct, and as Zomby expounds his passion for the era, all his influences-- hip-hop, garage, dubstep, jungle, rave, kuduro, grime-- seem to coalesce into one coherent whole, now facilitated by the vast visibility of music on the 'net and bathed in the fading afterglow of hardcore. Perhaps every "what-the?" moment he creates in new listeners' brains is just a by-product of his own urge to forever re-create that first rave-rush again in his own.
"I get those rushes now man," he explains. "The songs I like make my hairs stand on end. That's when I know the song is a winner. For me there's not gonna be enough time in my life to devour all the music I want so the real rush I'm searching for I'm probably never gonna find. Eskimo was a rush. Crunk's been a bit of a rush. For me its forward ahead at full speed really. I'm not looking to bring something back. It's more just my vibe I carry through the music. It's the vibe that's gone now. It's totally gone now but I remember it. That's the thing that inspires me. I write from that place."
Out of the glare of critical hype, grime continues to flourish. If the mixtape era allowed MCs to grow as artists and build independent fanbases away from the demands and constraints of major label deals, 2008 is the year grime began to return to the mass market spotlight and hence to the majors, yet on its own terms. Long after it was critically written off, perhaps grime is becoming it's own form of British urban pop. There are signs of activity and organization amongst A-list MCs, most of whom were on stage with Kano at the O2's Indigo club last week.
The main message that the Indigo gig gave out is that grime acts, even self-funded or independently signed ones, can fill major venues. Kano's return from his major-funded deal has seen a flourish of energy by the MC, making himself massively visible both in the grime scene and on social media sites. Independent and using MySpace, Blogger, YouTube, Facebook and Bebo to great effect, not to mention conventional radio, he appears twice as visible to grime fans than when he was backed by a massive label. Musically it's the same old Kano flow, just minus the commercial touches big labels require, like Craig David duets.
The guests he did choose to share the stage with speak volumes about both his album 140 Grime Street and where Kano really is at musically. Skepta, someone who needs no introduction in the DIY-street hype-self-funded stakes, came blazing on stage in a white silk dressing gown. If not pantomime, it was certainly pure energy. And he got Wiley to turn up.
Yet few bars got more crowd response than Ghetto's. Word is he has a few album deals on the table, as you might expect from a man who's made not just the year's hottest tune, "Sing for Me", but the now obligatory, chart-friendly electro version, which he performed at Indigo too. Check the video with its entertaining visual twist. Ghetts also features on Wretch 32's forthcoming single "Ina De Ghetto", mentioned last month but increasing in hype as the year goes on. Add in Wiley's warm but powerful "Where's My Brother" and the momentum for grime keeps building. Durrty Goodz is quietly building a massive fresh catalogue to unleash. JME tours this month-- something fairly unheard of in grime-- playing the rock venue the Scala this Friday. Chipmunk, one of the few youngers to really get his professional game going up and beyond the core grime scene, has come in strong with his new single "Beast" which sounds like it could cross over, despite or in fact probably thanks also to the terrible guitar solo/cackling breakdown at the end.
Grime remains most vital, most exciting when it's dark, complex and raw, so tracks like Trim's "Pram" and DVA's "Bullet A Go Fly [ft. Badness, Riko, Flowdan and Killa P]" would still shine in any month. Equally exiting underground sounds are Jammer's "Leave Me Alone" and P Money's new mixtape. But it's also great to see grime acts breaking through the music industry's glass ceiling, getting organized, working with, not against, the business' machinery so it can bring its music through on it's own terms. Speaking on Logan's show, Roll Deep described how they seem to be allowed to play venues in London again, something the authorities have quietly blocked for them in the past and other acts. Target described the music industry's attitude to them as "wary" and how they were having to "break stereotypes" to promote their new (independently funded) album. This seems all the more crazy if you think it was over five years ago that ex-Roll Deep member Dizzee won the Mercury Prize. Like Dylan Mills, Roll Deep have had to soften their sound to find commercial appeal, but at least their voice is beginning to be heard beyond the confines of their own community. After all why have Addicted to Bass when you can have Goldie's "Timeless"?
Dusk + Blackdown's debut album "Margins Music" is out now. Download their new October Rinse mix here.
Tons of good ones floating around out there:
Courtesy of Palms Out Sounds :
AC Slater- Jack Got Jacked (Jack Beats Remix)
Kid Sister- Pro Nails (Rusko Remix)
Mujava- Township Funk (L-Vis1990 kwaito dub)
Natasja- Ildlebrand I Byen (2000F Remix)
Evil Nine Ft. El -P- All The Cash (Mumdance Remix Featuring Jammer)
Diplo & Burkaka Som Sistema- Inna De Ghetto (Remix)
Big L- Put It On (Squires 2spliff Remix)
Bass Kleph- Bump Uglies (Stupid Fesh " Wizards In Oz" Mix)
Courtesy of XLR8R :
Reefer- Let it Go (Flying Lotus Remix)
Name+Relucto- Loopo (Rustie & ???)
DZ & XI- Guns At Dawn
Housemeister- What You Want (Siriusmo Remix)
D. Gookin -Glad I Met You
Ghislain Poirier- Go Ballistic (MC Zulu & Toddla T Duckbeats Remix)
Courtesy of Dubstepforum:
Trillbass- Fiya Dub
3 Free Jack Sparrow Dubs
Baby Kites & Nokea- Reef
DSC- It's A Pity (remix)
Dusk & Blackdown do it again with their latest mix on Rinse from October 2nd. Highlights include Joker tunes 'Do It' and 'Solid State', the unfinished and raw 'Gutter Music VIP' from Starkey, as well as tracks from Zomby, Sully, Pinch, Shortstuff, and all the usual suspects.
Wookie "Far East" (Manchu)
Ms Dynamite "Boo" (FFRR/Social Circles)
Sunship "Cheque One-Two" (Filter)
El-B and Nude "Reality" (Shelflife)
Hotboys "Hotboys (vocal)" (Hotboys)
Zomby "Helter Skelter" (unreleased)
Asher D "MO pt2 ft Durrty Goodz and Sway" (unreleased)
Gemmy "Johnny 5 0" (unreleased)
Joker "Do it" (unreleased)
Zomby "Notes From the Underground" (unreleased)
Starkey "Gutter Music VIP (demo)" (unreleased)
Scratcha DVA "Bullet A Go Fly ft Badness, Riko, Flowdan and Killa P" (unreleased)
Joker "Solid State" (unreleased)
Guido "Beautiful Complication remix" (unreleased)
Blackdown "deFocused" (dubplate)
Shortstuff "Regression" (unreleased)
Jtreole "The Loot [Sully rmx]" (unreleased)
Sully "Reminder" (unreleased)
Ramadanman "Dayride" (Soul Jazz unreleased)
Skream "Memories of 3rd Base (Eyes Down)" (unreleased)
Pinch "Midnight Oil" (unreleased)
Unknown "unknown" (unreleased)
Grevious Angel "Move Down Low (funky remix)" (unreleased)
Wiley v Heatwave "Wearing my Rolex refix" (unreleased)
Kontext "Plumes (Ramadanman remix)" (unreleased)
Dot Rotten "Talking the Hardest" (unreleased)
Geeneus "Knife and Gun ft Riko, Wiley and Breeze (Blackdown remix)" (Keysound dubplate)
Here's another big set from the soundsystem known as Mungo's HiFi out of Glasgow, UK. This set was recorded live at this year's Shambala festival in the UK at their performance in the Roots tent. Expect to hear a lot more reggae and roots than their recent dubstep material, irie riddims abound. You can preview cuts off of their new album 'Soundsystem Champions' on their Myspace now, with cuts featuring Top Cat, Ranking Joe, Mikey Murka, and many more.
Monday, October 6th 2008
01 - Kotchy "She Made It Easy (Drums of Death remix)"
02 - Geeneus ft Wiley, Riko & Breeze "Knife & Gun (Blackdown mix)"
03 - Joker "There Sh Go's"
04 - Starkey "Pictures"
05 - Dubsworth "Barrel of a Plane"
06 - Zomby "Silver Rizla"
07 - Drop the Lime "Like Thunder"
08 - Raffertie "Stomping Grounds" VIP"
09 - Gemmy "BT Tower"
10 - Jokers of the Scene "Baggy Bottom Boys (DZ remix)"
11 - Little Nasty "Hungry Season"
12 - Starkey "Dark Alley"
13 - Nadsroic "Room Mist"
14 - Toast "Boast Dub"
15 - Deadboy Racer "Zombicrunk"
16 - Toddla T & Orton "Ladyhawk"
17 - Bodysnatchers "I Like What I see (Joker remix)"
18 - Modeselektor "Black Block (Rustie remix)"
19 - Stenchman "There's Somethin Out There"
20 - Starkey "Escape"
21 - Starkey "Million"
22 - O-Dessa "Million Dollarz"
23 - Gemmy "Wata Dwn Sound"
24 - Charlie Victor "Blitz"
25 - Young Jeezy ft Keyshia Cole "Dreamin"
26 - Rustie "Tempered"
27 - Tinie Tempah "Tears remix ft. Tinchy Stryder & Ironik"
28 - Taal Mala "Bangface"
29 - Bombaman "Exia (Setsuna F. Selei mix)"
30 - Stagga "Freight Dub"
31 - Hoodz "Ain't Goin Nowhere"
32 - R. Kelly "Two Seater"
33 - Underworld "Born Slippy (nuxx)"
34 - Piddy'Py "Giggle Riddim"
35 - Scream "To the Dancefloor"
36 - S.K.I.T.Z Beatz & Angry "P VIP MIX"
37 - R. Kelly "Real Talk (MOVES!!! refix)"
38 - JME "Awoh"
39 - DVA "Nasty Nasty Nasty (Sukh Knight remix)"
40 - FaltyDL "Paradise Lost"
41 - Eero Johannes "Sumuhumus"
42 - Kotchy "Sing What You Want (Rusko's skwee mix)"
every 1st monday of the month. 12-2am gmt, 7-9pm est.
You can now preview Starkey's forthcoming album on Planet Mu entitled Ephemeral Exhibits HERE on Planet Mu's site; releasing November 10th 2008. Really looking forward to this one. Gutter Music and Dark Alley are both monstrous.
Here is the first in a new mix series from Logan Sama, showcasing the latest in the grime world with vocals scattered throughout crisp instrumental mixing. Expect to hear remixes of The Bug- Skeng, RuffSquadManDem, Ghetto- Sing For Me, Kano- Hustler, some Wiley and more. DUN KNO!
New one from the bassweight tag-team of Rossi B & Luca with their first in a monthly podcast series, this one focusing heavily on the Dubstep scene. This one is HEAVY, featuring new tunes from 501, Crissy Criss, Kutz, and more.
501- Circle Of Fire
Benny Page – Step Out
Dkay – Evacuate
Dekline - I Dont Smoke (Crissy Criss Remix)
Chase & Status - Eastern Jam
Ill Bill Batchelor VS B.U.N – Choppa
Rusko – Sound Guy Target
Jakes – Custard Cream
EL B feat rolla- Back With The sound
Tes La Rok - Do You Know The Future
501 - Insanity
Crissy Criss - The Devil
DKay - Lion Dub Remix
Kutz - Spaceman V.I.P
Gunjack - Tallin Evil Remix
Rusko – Mr Chips
501 - Dub You
Monkey - Badness
Ill Bill Batchelor VS B.U.N - Yorkshire Pudding
Crissy Criss - Soap Dodger
El B – Think Your Greezy
D Kay -These Sounds
501 – Get Back
12th Planet - C Sick
Kromestar - BadMan
Monkey – Jacket
Kutz - Distant Place
Mr Lager - Tell Me
2nd II None – Waterfalls (Crissy Criss Remix)
Skream & Benga @ Arc the Bass, Barcelona (30-09-08)
Skream and Benga live at the Arc de Bass in Barcelona, Spain September 30th, 2008 with MC Lowqui on the Mic. Rudebwoooy...This one is for you. Not for the faint of heart, this one will bring on Vertigo. Bring ya bassface!
Ghetto- Sing For Me
77Klash- Mad Again ft. Johnny Osbourne
The Bug- Skeng ft. Killa P & Flowdan
Roots Manuva- Let The Spirit
Baby Kites & Nokea- Reef
Last weekend, electronic music talent from around the world all converged on the city of Seattle for the 5th year of the Decibel Festival. Featuring music from all ends of the electronic spectrum; from Ambient to Techno, IDM to Dubstep, Downtempo to House, and everything in between; the city came alive with beats from every which direction. We arrived to Volunteer Park in Seattle early Saturday afternoon for the festival's first ever dB in The Park event, a free outdoor event featuring music from Jacob London, Truckasaurus, and LA's Glitch Mob. We arrived at the end of London's set, and as we settled in, began to hear the chiptune anthems of Seattle's Truckasaurus. Clad with gold-plated Nintendo cartridge bling, the trio played an awesome set incorporating their 8-bit sound into tracks ranging from hip hop to downtempo.
Next up on the stage on an unprecedented sunny afternoon in Seattle was the Glitch Mob. Bringing their brand of glitch-hop and hyphy music, they brought the most energy felt in the park all day with their remix of Matty G's dubstep tune 'West Coast Rocks' complete with classic west coast hip hop vocals overlaying the beats. They also dropped a big albeit shallow remix of Lil Wayne's hit 'Lollipop' which also got the crowd moving their feet.
After their set, it was time to get ready for the evening's festivities which entailed the Ghostly International showcase at the Baltic Room Saturday Night. As the line to get in stretched long around the block, Deru hopped onstage and played some of the more upbeat sounding tracks on the night. After Deru, it was Tycho's turn as he debuted his first Audio/Visual set to the eager crowd. Beautiful blended and layered imagery as well as kaleidoscopic patterns were a perfect backdrop for Tycho's sound. Next up on the bill was another hometown favorite, Lusine; who's set spanned much more territory than strictly downtempo. Complete with analog visuals being manned from the back of the club with film reels and a dual projector, Lusine brought the house down and had the crowd aching for more long after his set was finished.
Sunday night provided the finale showcase for Decibel 2008 at Neumo's. On the bill were Fax (MEX), Flying Lotus (US), The Bug (UK) and Supermayer (DE). We arrived at the start of Flying Lotus' set and immediately you could feel his excitement performing spreading throughout the nearly sold out crowd. Putting his signature glitch stop-start touch and Michael Jordan-esque tongue hanging, FlyLo played one of the best sets I heard all weekend; the highlight being his blend of Rustie's 'Spliff Dub' remix seemlessly into Kode9's epic '9 Samurai.'
Next up was a set from the UK's The Bug. The Bug started his set off solo, dropping familiar dubstep tunes including one of the big single's off of London Zoo 'Skeng', Distance's 'Victim Support', as well as Dizzee Rascal's classic 'I Love You.' After about 20 minutes solo, The Bug was then joined by one of my personal favorite MCs the ineffable Warrior Queen. The energy level noticably kicked up once Warrior Queen hit the stage rapping over her London Zoo cuts including 'Poison Dart' and 'Angry' taking over the vocals of Tippa Irie on the latter. She also treated us to a solo track of hers entitled 'Things Change' released on Soul Jazz and produced by The Heatwave.
There could be no more appropriate a closer to the Finale of decibel than the tag-team set of Kompakt's Michael Mayer and Superpitcher. Playing the most dance-friendly set I witnessed at Decibel, Supermayer tore up the Neumo's floor until the lights were forcibly turned on to end the show. A highlight of their set was their intricate reworking of DJ Mujava's African ghetto-house banger 'Township Funk.'
All around an amazing weekend that made me proud to be a resident of the PacNW. Out to the Decibel crew that made this event happen and here's to next year being even bigger and badder.
for more pictures and video from Decibel 2008 check out the Flickr Group.
Plastician and Nomad live on Rinse.fm September 22nd, 2008.
Big show from Plastician last week spanning the roots of Dubstep, 2step, UKGarage, and Grime. Tunes from Anthill Mob to Zed Bias with everything in the middle - Steve Gurley, Groove Chronicles, El-B, Horsepower, Todd Edwards, Sticky and even Wiley.
One for the books innit!
Here is a huge set from DJ Chef's weekly radio show on Rinse.fm recorded last week with special guests Quest, LD, and Stella Artois posterboy Skream, all in the studio for a monster dubplate session.
Recorded live on Rinse.fm September 23rd, 2008.
2.Mike Slott - Flunky
3.Mike Slott - Knock Knock
4.Nadsroic - Step Back
5.Hudson Mohawke - Work That
6.Hudson Mohawke - Jelly and Jam
7.The Blessings - Where is Anna?
8.Rustie - Zig Zag
9.Rustie - Jagz The Smack
10. Mike Slott - Amanuallah
11.Heralds of Change - Bop Gun
2.Clipse - Fast Life (Lunice Remix)
3.Lunice - Rickrossa Overdrive
4.Cassidy ft Mary J Blige - I'm A Hustla (Curtis Vodka Remix)
5.Lunice - Bring It Back
6.Resun - Delorean Drive
7.Lil Mama - Lip Gloss (Lunice Remix)
8.Al Ripken Jr & Lunice - Aye Mangg
9.Virtual Vertigo - So Dumb
0.Lunice - Eli's Portal
11.215:The Freshest Kids & Ezekiel38 - Some Poutine
12.Me Gusta - Sega Genesis (Lunice Remix)
13.Lunice - Gastronomic
14.Lunice - Purpledrank
15.Aaliyah - Try Again (Lunice Remix)
16.Missy Elliot - Work It (Lunice Remix)
17.Lunice - One of Me
18.Quicky Hitmayne Holler (Outro)
1.Duna - Crack Baby
2. Blingmod - Put it On Ya
3. Ms. Hollywood - He Chose Me
4. Young Buck ft. Rich Boy - Hit a Hata
5. Starkey - Prism
6. Lowest Layer - Adult Toys
7. Rakim - I'm Back
8. San Quinn - You Don't Wanna See Me Rich
9. Mista FAB - Ghost Ride It pt.2
10. Hot Dollar - Streetz on Lock instr.
11. Red Cafe - Dope Game
1. Evil 9 f. El-P - All The Cash (The Glitch Mob Remix)
2. Megasoid - Lazers Interlude
3. Blingmod x Mofomatronix x Cassie Edit
4. Nosaj Thing - 1985
5. Machinedrum - Let It Go
6. Lowest Layer - Gangster Tracking Instrumental
7. Para One. - Nobody Cares
8. Omid - Beat from my Mouth
9. Lunice - Pep Pep
10. Janet Jackson - Discipline (Mofomatronix Remix)
West coast massive no excuses for missing this party if you're in the area, line up is redonkulous.
(TC / "Where's My Money" (Caspa remix) vs Claw / "Jersey Shore Guidos")
2. High Rankin / "No Money For Guns"
3. AC Slater / "Jack Got Jacked" (Jack Beats Remix)
4. Boabinga / "The State Of Ghetto Jackin'"
5. Vybes Kartel & Tigerstyle / "Balle! Shava!" (Sinden Remix)
6. Artwork / "Red"
7. Sticky feat. Miss Dynamite / "Boo"
8. Roll Deep Crew / "Heat Up"
9. Chase & Status / "Eastern Jam"
10. Maths Class / "Branches" (Mumdance Remix)
Work is Never Over “ Diplo Remix / Work is Never Over (acappella) / Cockney Thug Bassline / Balitmore Theme 2
2. I Luv U “ Dizzee Rascal
3. Cockney Thug “ Buraka Som Systema Remix
3. Bullet (edit) “ Dubmillita
4. Computer Expert “ Stenchman
5. Pussyole acappella
6. Dollar Sign “ Stoosh
7. Stop The Revolution - Bassbin Twins
8. Licky “ Herve (tease)
9. Gunman “ 187 Lockdown (Twocker Remix)
10. U Wot “ MC Bonz & DJ Q (Wideboys Remix)
11. Dem All Shot “ Durrty Dangerous & Tinchy Stryder
12. Escape The Hood “ High Rankin
13. Switching Songs 2 “ Durrty Goodz
14. Creator “ Santogold (MUMDANCE Remix feat Jammer, Badness, Chronik, Rage, Slikman, Tempa T
Just when you thought we weren't gonna make another, here's a brand new podcast sportin' some fresh unsigned and unreleased tracks. All you regulars keep it locked and enjoy this finely crafted 51 minute block of pure vibez.
1. Sublo - Colder (Unsigned)
2. Lukki - Hoodsta (Unreleased)
3. Benga - The Lead (Southside Dubstars)
4. Plasticman - Eskimo (Unrealeased)
5. Joker - Stuck In The System (Earwax)
6. Sublo - West Coast Riddim (Sublo & DJ Coup's Sidkick Mashups) (Unsigned)
7. Iron Soul (Kromestar) - Title 1 (White)
8. Quantum Soul - Diddly Dub (Dream-catcher) (Unreleased Version)
9. JME - Ju Ju Riddem (Boy Better Know)
10. Matty G - Mafia Business (Unrealeased)
12. DJ Coup - Pornstar VIP (Unsigned)
13. Skream - Summer Dreams (Dubfiles CD)
14. L-Wiz - Syrup Feeling (Bare Dubs)
15. Hijak - Tears (White)
16. Pinch Ft. Indi Kaur - Angels In The Rain (Underwater Dance-hall Release)
17. Loefah - Bombay Squad (Grime 2 CD)
18. Sines - Test One (Formant)
19. DJ Coup - Mash You Dub (Unsigned)
Note: If you are a featured artist who feels that your track was misrepresented or mislabeled or are an artist who wishes to be featured in our next podcast, please contact DJ Coup at djcoupe1@gmail