“DJ & Web Designer/Developer from the UK. Like my beats broken.” That’s what Ollie Kavanagh’s SoundCloud profile reads. Gotta love this kind of attitude.
So much good music out there at the moment. Like this DJ mix of exclusively unreleased tracks by Dark Sky, for instance.
A brand new Addision Groove DJ mix. Spells out to: We’re in for almost 2 hours of bass-heavy goodness from one of Bristol’s finest. “It’s a bit of an epic one for these epic times we are living in”, he says in the complimentary interview over at Ilian Tape.
Good things are oozing out of the gaps between House, Electro, Bass, Breaks and… Trance. Intriguingly psychedelic things, that is. Read all about it here and embark on the journey by pressing the play button below.
Wonderfully light and summery Dub Techno tunes in this first episode of the Navy Cut podcast, mixed by Pugilist.
Deep, dark and trippy Drum’n’Bass sounds from UK’s finest Biome. Only 40 minutes, but still a great DJ mix.
Ultra mellow, ultra harmonious, ultra phat: Phaeleh keeps up his signature style and presents the title track of his forthcoming A World Without EP, to be released on Red Eye Records. Classic 2-Step and Dubstep rhythms meet melodic arrangements as sweet as sugar, sometimes touching but never crossing the border to the realm of kitsch.
London-based Geode puts down an hour rundown of fluttering 2-step cuts seamlessly blended with a healthy plate of 140bpm goodness. Via THUMP.
Actually what’s the difference between Jungle and Drum’n’Bass? I had no clue… until I watched this great little documentation about the rise of Jungle music in the UK. Via Dazed.
Resident Advisor keeps the good shit coming. This time in form of a magnificent podcast by Rivet, a name that’s stuck in my mind ever since I looked up his title Inside Looking Out in the track list of some DJ set. In his great little interview for RA the artist remarks: In the second…
I received the download link for this mix with the latest newsletter of Cold Recordings and saved it straight to my outstanding electronics folder – the place where it belongs, as Pinch never fails to deliver the goods. Raw beats, a great variety of straight and broken rhythms, and deeply hallucinogenic sounds and atmospheres… That’s…