Leon Chue, master cutting engineer at London’s Music House, has died.
The legendary figure in UK music production, who specialised in drum & bass and jungle dubplates, passed away in his mid-'40s.
The son of roots reggae producer Paul Chue, and brother of UK garage legend Wookie, Chue worked at London's Music House mastering studio for over 20 years, after joining the family business back in 1995.
Four Tet has shared a drum & bass remix.
Available as part of a remix package of legendary drum & bass producer Krust’s 'The Edge Of Everything', his first album in 14 years, Four Tet, real name Kieran Hebden, said his remix of 'Negative Returns' is "the first D&B track I’ve ever made!”.
Johney will release his new EP, ‘The Bees’, via Strajnah’s Deviant Audio on 10th November.
The Brno-based Slovakian DJ, producer and member of the Soul Ex Machina collective covers some varied stylistic ground on the EP, spanning jungle, half-time and dubstep with a common thread of low, growling bass coursing through its four tracks.
Below, you can hear the EP’s closer ‘Stutter Dub’, a searing jungle cut full of frantic breaks, roaring subs and a rib-rattling breakdown.
Goldie has donated a custom Fender guitar to The Big Issue’s art auction.
Joining up with award-winning magazine and organisation, The Big Issue, UK drum & bass pioneer and artist, Goldie, has donated a customised Fender guitar titled the “Splattocaster" to the forthcoming The Big Art Auction.
Drum & bass duo SpectraSoul have announced that they are calling it a day after 14 years.
Posting on Twitter, the pair - comprising David Kennett and Jack Stevens - announced their split after three albums and countless sets.
Pendulum have shared a live set from a 150-year-old Victorian military fort.
Last month, Australian drum & bass group, Pendulum, shared their first new music in ten years, as well as revealing details of their next live performance: a live stream from the middle of the ocean.
For the special, one-off set, Pendulum headed to Spitbank Fort, a Victorian military fort in the middle of the Solent between Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight, off the south coast of England.
Pendulum to stream a live set from 150-year-old Victorian military fort later this week.
Earlier this month, Australian drum & bass group, Pendulum, announced their first new music in ten years, and have now revealed their next project: a live stream from the middle of the ocean.
Bryan Gee has spoken about racism in the d&b scene in a new interview for '90s Rave Podcast.
Co-founder of V Recordings alongside Jumpin Jack Frost, Bryan Gee, recently featured on R.O.A.R., a podcast that takes listeners on a journey back in time with stories, tales and mixes from legendary DJs, MCs, producers, promoters and pirates from '90s rave scene.