EVA808 will release her debut album, ‘Sultry Venom’, this Friday 18th December.
Released on USA heavyweight bass label Innamind Recordings, the 19-track LP follows the success of the Icelandic producer’s singles ‘Prrr’ and ‘Exchange’ - already accumulating a steady stream of endorsement from the likes of Commodo and Hudson Mohawke.
Skrillex has shared a new track.
After teasing fans about the potential follow-up to his 2014-released debut album, ‘Recess’, since January this year, DJ and producer Skrillex has now shared a brand new track ahead of a bigger project.
Early this morning, Skrillex shared a photo to Twitter showing him using Ableton's "share on Soundcloud" feature. Shortly after, the new production, 'Kliptown Empyrean', appeared on the producer's Soundcloud page.
This brings us to ‘Dead End’ by Unknown Artist: a dread-filled roller that mashes up grime, dubstep and dark garage; wrong-footing you with tempo changes, fills, builds and breaks. Could this be their own first production, we ask?
“Excuse me?” jokes Imbratura, with a smile. It’s been hard to find time to work on their own music, says Ndeko, similarly refusing to reveal who it is, but adding: “We’re in a good place, we can’t really say more than that.”
London-via-Birmingham's Barely Legal is a mainstay of the UK scene. An artist who has been at the forefront of the underground bass world for almost a decade, the DJ and label owner has spent 2019 playing gigs everywhere from Munich to Ibiza, and performed at Croatia’s Hideout, Creamfields, and Snowbombing. As the year winds down, Barely Legal is finishing up her Pretty Weird tour, a label affiliated party series, which has been touring the country since August.
It has been a month of difficult decisions for many. Not least the DJ Mag team, who had to try and figure out how to rank events in order of importance for what’s looking like the strongest month for UK clubs we’ve seen in some time.
“Big, big, big.” It’s June 25th 2009, and one hour into his still-pirate Rinse FM show, Blackdown is jittery. An unmastered new track is drifting through the mix like fog, and the host DJ’s voice cracks with anticipation: “I’m not going to lie, this tune is massive.” He yammers excitedly over the second drop, shouts out Hotflush Recordings boss Scuba for signing the track first, and bigs up the unknown producer, Joy Orbison.