The Code – Same People

Redlight – New Flows

British DJ and producer Redlight announces the release of his highly-anticipated single New Flows, out now via Insomniac Records. With infectious vocals and a high-energy bassline, the energetic title track is dancefloor ready, in addition to receiving regular play with BBC Radio 1. The release is rounded out by the producer’s ‘Rugged & Raw’ mix, flipping the original on its head through deep tones and robotic synths, setting itself apart while offering up a taste of the producer’s range and diversity.

HAEZER & AGLORY Team Up For Ferocious “Ocelot”

Enter into the dark side of dance music with HAEZER and AGLORY. Two of dance music’s most unique acts have come together to bring “Ocelot” to Kannibalen Records. The industrious original fuses the sounds of each act’s respective home, being Cape Town and Paris. “Ocelot” is a minimalist masterpiece, with robust percussive structures that lay the basis for its power. This jungle-influenced record is completed by raspy synths, dirty basses and robotic vocal chops. Coming after the original is a full on jungle terror remix by Zeskullz that gets even more wild than the original.

Jerry Folk- Stanley (Ft. Tommellie & WoodzSTHLM)

Fytch – Blackout


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Hervé’s new EP ‘Dance To My Beat’ is out now via Skint Records + video

Skint Records is proud to present a new 4-track EP from Hervé. The bass music stalwart has become famous over the years for his unique sound; he’s previously collaborated with the likes of Fatboy Slim and Armand Van Helden, and has two albums and two Essential Mixes under his belt, one as Hervé and one as The Count and Sinden alias. With his two successful ‘Ghetto Bass’ compilation albums cementing his knowledge of the genre in 2009 and more recently his latest release ‘You Give Me Something’ having quickly garnered support from tastemaking selectors like Mistajam, the Wideboys and DJ EZ, Hervé is now in the perfect position to release his ‘Dance To My Beat’ EP.
The eponymous lead track is a no-holds-barred EP opener. Baltimore rapper TT’s high-energy verses are fiery party-starting material when layered over Hervé’s bouncing bassline and claps, whilst the chorus’ catchy melody is formed of chopped up robotic vocals, demanding listeners to “dance to my beat”.

Second track ‘Fuck The Speakers’ is a collaboration with Hervé’s long-time musical partner, Sinden. The duo clearly work well together, having produced so many hits in the past, and ‘Fuck The Speakers’ looks set to be no exception. Male and female robotic vocals repeat the eponymous refrain, whilst electronic notes reminiscent of old-school video and arcade games form the catchy topline.

F.U.Q.U.P is a powerful instrumental that clearly shows off Hervé’s jungle and rave influences, with the emphasis on a rumbling sub-bass. Doughnuts Revenge is a similarly effective instrumental piece, featuring uplifting piano breakdowns and a jacking beat.

Bradley James – Tommy Gun

Rising star Bradley James has had an extraordinary 2015 and he’s now seeking to end the year in style with his latest creation, ‘Tommy Gun’, which is now available as a free download. Whilst offering an early Christmas gift to his fans, Bradley James is also seeking to continue the string of top-notch releases he’s put his signature on this year.

At such a young age, the Staffordshire based talent can already boast some remarkable feats. Whilst debuting with his hit single ‘Charger’, released via Matchbox Recordings, Bradley James was later noticed by Treatment, putting himself in the spotlight within his first year in business by getting on BBC Introducing’s radar. Building up on such momentum, Bradley James has cooked up an impressive series of quality material, putting his name behind stellar productions like: ‘Visionary EP’, ‘Groseille Remix’, ‘Caiman’, ‘Amnesia / Taipan’, ‘Lynch’, ‘Infinity’, ‘Breakthrough’, ‘Fire’ and his recent banger ‘Akula’. He is now back to form once again, with his fresh wonder ‘Tommy Gun’.

Kicking off with a subby kick pattern and a subtle synth arrangement, ‘Tommy Gun’ quickly transcends into an infectious Electro House style synth-led ascension, before introducing robotic vocals to spice things up. Bradley James devises a mesmerising, heavy drop, characterised by rhythmic elements and dirty sounds, whilst accompanied by a deep bass-line. Energy levels are drawn back, introducing a mellower, leftfield breakdown whilst building up once more towards another much awaited drop, before heading into a stylish, instrumental conclusion.

Whilst you can now download and enjoy Bradley James’ newest track ‘Tommy Gun’, keep an eye out for Bradley in 2016 as he’s prepping up more of his much awaited projects.

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