Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Vital Elements & Micky Finn - So Good / True Guidance

For those lucky enough to be at the birth of Jungle in the 90’s you’d have undoubtedly come across the legendary Micky Finn who, packed with his arsenal of dubplates, led the charge and paved the way for Jungle and Drum & Bass as we know it today.

After a brief production hiatus, Micky’s back on the scene to lead the way once again. This time he’s teamed up with Vital Elements, one half of today’s Jungle pioneers Serial Killaz, who brings something very different to the table.

So Good certainly has a nod to Micky’s past, with vocals taken from the personally influenced jazz funk classic ‘Don’t Make Me Wait’ by the Peach Boys. Let’s make this clear; there’s nothing else nostalgic about it, So Good is a forward thinking, feel good beast that will be as infectious on the dance floor as it will on radio. With early support from S.P.Y to Logan D, So Good is set to land heavy with the masses.

On the flip we have True Guidance, a rare moment in music where barriers are smashed down and classics are made. It’s clear Micky & Vital Elements went all in on this one. It’s got bounce, balls and enough energy and vibes to rock festivals to sweaty basements. With vocal samples from the 80’s yard classic ‘Country Man’, these two once again show how moving forward with a glance to the past is done properly.

Not content with smashing up dance floors worldwide with their unique brand of Jungle, Serial Killaz have been building their foundation label; Serial Killaz Recordings. With prolific releases from the likes of Upgrade, Turno and Jam Thieves in the bag they continue pushing the movement forward with a slew of artists both new and established. This latest release drops just after the huge success of Cain1's and Angelo Pantin's lovers anthem "Young Love" with the ever talented works of T.I. coming soon.

Worldwide bookings contact Jon @ Urban Agency: jon@urbanagency.co.uk / +44 1795 411555 / +44 1795 411556




Saturday, April 30, 2016

Smooth - True Grit EP - Viper Recordings

Out Now :

Beatport direct: http://bit.ly/eraserbp

Smooth has laid a steady foundation with his Drum & Bass productions of late. Between his work as one half of Telekinesis with releases on labels such as Blackout Music, Eatbrain, and Mainframe – along with his last release on Viper, ‘WTF / Revenge’ which wrapped up 2015 with monstrous noise and support from: Wilkinson, Matrix & Futurebound, Calyx & Teebee, TC, Audio, Metrik, Mob Tactics, and more. Starting of 2016, Smooth’s ‘True Grit EP’ brings plenty more dance floor destruction to continue the Slovenian’s mark in D&B.

Leading the charge on the EP is ‘True Grit’. With occasional glimpses to the early days of rave, this track is nothing but forward thinking madness. You’ll need bags of energy to keep up with this one as ‘True Grit’ switches, changes and turns and every possible musical turn. Packed to the brim with attitude and balls this one’s not for the faint-hearted.

Next up is ‘Eraser’, which opens with a spacey atmospheric intro, only to get stripped back into a chunky underground banger. Going sparse on the riffs and heavy on the low end, ‘Eraser’ is a perfect draw for the early morning sets to get the crowd jumping.

Switching gears, ‘Oxygen’ rolls deep with the melodies and high on that feel good liquid vibe. Subtly epic in its own right, ‘Oxygen’ gives us an early peak to the coming summer vibes. It has weight, presence, and the ability to make you tingle all over.

Rounding off the EP is ‘Tinnitus’, a condition normally associated with the perception of noise or ringing in the eardrums. Smooth’s version is quite the opposite. After a brief intro, the full impact is laid out for all to bear witness, thundering drums and a huge bassline. A peak time dancefloor weapon has definitely been created here.



DJ Numark - Oya' Indebure - Free Tune

DJ Numark

Drops a Brazilian Infused Club Banger

Laced With slick Beats n Carnival vibes

Its Free

Get on It

Catch Him Touring Eire and UK This summer

With J5

Dirty Dubsters - Deadly in The Dancehall

Dirty Dubsters

Drop A party Style mix consisting of Dub plates

Originals, exclusives, mash ups,

re-edits of Dancehall Bangers 

 Remix work / Bookings contact us on


Friday, April 29, 2016

Ant LaRock & Demuir - Your Name Is [InHouse Records]

There is always something special when two rising and prominent producers from electronic music's underground collaborate to deliver a creative gem for the club. Having already received attention from the likes of Luke Solomon to DJ Sneak, New York's Ant LaRock and Toronto's Demuir have added the seasoned ear of InHouse label boss Todd Terry to the list of fans. 

"Your Name Is", is bound to wreck dance floors worldwide.

 The catchy vocals swing with clever drum and percussion work to compliment an addictive House strong piano commanding clubbers to beat the dance floor beneath them. A rolling bassline 'glue' things together with a pulsating and undeniable groove to last throughout.



// DEMUIR //

King Yoof - 100% Dubplate Mix 2016 [Chopstick Dubplate]

Cockney rudeboy King Yoof’s rooftop dub shack serves up fifty-seven flavors of dubplate in just over an hour of mixed musical madness. 

The smell of fresh acetate oozes from the speaker. Two thousand and sixteen percent pure and impossible to dilute in any fashion, doctors worldwide are calling for immunization using the King Yoof dubplate method. 

Well known in underground dancehalls, this powerful phenomenon is only recently being discovered by the public at large. When asked immediately after a clash, 9.5 out of 10 selectors preferred being killed by King Yoof than all other sounds combined.


/// KING YOOF ///

1) King Yoof Dubplate Mix Intro
2) Terror Fabulous “King Yoof Anthem” Dub (Cuss Cuss Riddim By King Yoof)
3) Mc Tenja “Trouble In My City (Cuss Cuss Riddim By King Yoof)
4) Yt “Soundsystem” Dub By Digitaldubs
5) David Boomah “Do You Know What My Dubs Are Worth” Dub
6) Mr Williams “Have You Ever” (Conversation Riddim By Kingyoof)
7) Cheshire Cat “Im Sure” (Conversation Riddim By King Yoof)
8) Cheshire Cat “Never Heard A Dj Like This Before” Dub (Conversation Riddim By King Yoof)
9) Rony Blue “Soundboy Love” Dub (Rumours Riddim Original)
10) Cutty Ranks “Limb By Limb” Offical King Yoof Remix
11) Daddy Freddy “Insane In The Membraine” Dub
12) Ante Up Medley
13) Anthony Johnson “Everynight Is A Soundclash” Dub (King Yoof Gunshot Riddim)
14) Michael Rose “Shine Eye” Dub (Exclusive Caspa Riddim)
15) Ragga Twins “Killa Sound” (King Yoof Remix)
16) Flowdan Custom Dub (Wray & Nephew Soundclash)
17) D Power, Frisco & Demolition Man Produced By King Yoof “Who Can Draw” Dub
18) Major Lazer Meets Richie Spice (Gold Dubs Remix)
19) Everyday Ft Papa Levi & Daddy Colonel (King Yoof Remix)
20) Rony Blue “Im So Sorry” Prod By King Yoof (Subslayer Exclusive)
21) Ratpack “Searching For My Rizla” Dub
22) Michael Rose “Stalk A Sensimenia” Dub (Channel One Riddim)
23) Eek A Mouse “Ganja Smuggling” Dub (King Yoof Ganja Riddim)
24) Dj Zinc “Ready Or Not” Dub
25) Demolition Man “Fire” Dub
26) Jnr Cat “Killing Pussy” Dub (Chopstick Punnany Riddim)
27) Louis Rankin “Original Sound” Dub (Chopstick Punnany)
28) Mr Williams “Tell Me Who” Dub (Chopstick Duck)
29) D’vercity “Peace & Love” Prod By King Yoof/Aries
30) Wayne Wonder “Guns & Ammunition” Dub (Kingyoof/Aries)
31) Bounty Killer “War” Dub (Marcus Visionary Sick Riddim)
32) Daddy Freddy “We Control The Border” Dub (Chopstick Dub)
33) Anthony Red Rose “Tempo” Dub (Kingyoof/Aries Riddim)
34) Ub40 “Rat In The Dancehall” Dub (Gold/Aries Riddim)
35) Yush “Roadblock” Dub (M.Visionary Far East Riddim)
36) Yt “King Yoof Story” (King Yoof 85 Riddim)
37) Ratpack/Ragga Twins “Oldskool Ting” King Yoof /Aries Remix
38) Pinchers “Gundelero Medley” Dub (Chopstick/King Yoof)
39) General Tk “I Am Wiked” Dub (Chopstick/King Yoof)
40) Bunny Lie Lie & Ragga Twins “Mash Dem Down” Dub (King Yoof)
41) Mega Banton “Soundboy Killing” Dub (King Yoof Real Rock)
42) Doctor “Rudeboy” Custom Dub

Friday, April 22, 2016

The versatility DC Breaks deliver time and time again has been solidified with

this next output. After igniting festival stages worldwide with the heartfelt

crescendos of ‘Faithless’ and ‘Breathe’, which they dropped to crowds of

thousands last year, they’ve decided to flip the switch. ‘Bad Flow’ and ‘Bambino’

are fiercely reminiscent of the records that made the duo infamous. And they’re

returning to this signature sound, after reigning over the drum & bass genre’s

musical diversity.

‘Bad Flow’ is up first for the listener’s rude reawakening. Cut up by a robotic,

ominous vocal sample which slips between grinding subs and jutting drum

patterns, it’s a foreboding example of what to expect from the pair this summer.

A grating construction of fluctuating beats and snapping snares, yet pumped full

of stocky bass, it’s one of their most ominous records to date…

Rolling out next is ‘Bambino’, a clever take on its classic predecessor, one which

still detonates crowds even years after its release. Similar samples are spliced

and thrown into its mix, presenting a revamp that peddles itself on top of

snapping kick-drum and steroid driven distortion.

After closing the sold-out Alexandra Palace ‘Andy C All Night’ show last month,

anyone who wasn’t present for their tear out assault will wish they had been.

This single not only prepares you for their forthcoming shows – it also

demonstrates what the producers have to offer in the coming months.