23
May

Soundwolf Week 14 [House/Deep House]

This week we have a new experimental mix from Hoxton featuring some of the latest and hottest house/deep house tracks in the UK at the moment. With artists like MK, Nice7, Duke Dumont and Disclosure in the set, you’re going to enjoy this one!

Free download.

Tracklisting:
Disclosure - You Used To Hold Me
Nice7 - Time To Get Physical
MK - Always ft Alana
Catz n Dogz - They Frontin’ ft Monty Luke
Lana Del Rey - Summertime Sadness (MK Feel It In The Air Remix)
4th Measure Men - The Need (MK’s Mix)
Chez Damier - I Never Knew Love (MK Club Mix)
Lana Del Rey - Blue Jeans (MK Dark Blue Dub)
Duke Dumont - Need U 100%
Disclosure - Boiling

18
May

DJ Grit - All Things Must

So today we have a brand new track from UK producer and DJ, DJ Grit. This up and coming talented producer from the midlands is coming out with some of the freshest dubstep we’ve heard in a long time. It’s nice to see something new in a genre where everything is starting to sound more and more similar. “All Things Must” will leave you amazed, confused and wanting more. From it’s gorgeous chilled into to ridiculously heavy drop, this track has it all (including a rather moombahton-esque surprise right at the end).

Check it out. And for more tracks from DJ Grit be sure to give him a follow on Soundcloud:

http://soundcloud.com/djgrit-1/

17
May

Cookie Monsta - Come Find Me ft Flux Pavilion

Circus Records is absolutely taking over the bass music scene and leaving no prisoners. If you listened to the Flux Pavilion Diplo & Friends Mix or have seen either live lately, you’ve heard this track. The bass lines in this are crushing as you’re encouraged to “Come Find Me”. If we get the chance we’ll have to ask who or what this track was inspired by.

Available to purchase  on “Circus Two” presented by Cookie Monsta and Funtcase on iTunes today.

16
May

Dank & FTampa - So Much More ft jACQ

A DJ/ Producer/ Re-mixer/ & Label Owner for the past 13 years, Dank has been producing heavy bass music for years, but for one of his latest tracks hes’ teamed up with Felipe Tampa, better known as FTampa and vocalist jACQ to bring you a truly special track. This collaboration between three incredible artists is nothing less and amazing doesn’t fail to deliver with its heavy bass, incredible beat and gorgeous vocals. Available as a free download be sure to grab a copy! 

Free download here.

15
May

Lemaitre - Time to Realize 

Holy funkadelic awesomeness, Batman! ”Time To Realize” is the second track off Lemaitre’s EP titled Relativity 2.

We were instantly hooked upon hitting play — and totally surprised when we learned that they’re from Norway, and not somewhere like France. So we went to see them at their first ever show at in the UK at KOKO, Camden, London and they were mindblowing. With a set consisting of some of the biggest hits from all three of their EP’s this fairly underground Norwegian group are bound to explode any time soon. With a sound reminiscent of Daft Punk and a real old school electro disco feel, they’re bringing back a sound that hasn’t been explored in years.

Expect big things from them in 2013! 

Available to purchase on iTunes now, Time To Realize is one of the best recent tracks around. Be sure to support the band and follow their Soundcloud for the latest updates!

Lemaitre on Soundcloud:

http://soundcloud.com/serious-url/

11
May

NEWS: Croydub Sessions #2 HEAVY MANNERS

So Croydub is back again!

Every few months, the Black Sheep Bar of Croydon brings you ridiculous Dubstep lineups organised by the ultimate micman - Sgt Pokes


“Croydub is as much a gathering for local key figureheads of the Dubstep community, such as Hatcha, Skream, Pokes, Coki, Chef, N-Type, Crazy D, Plastician and the gang, as it is a Mecca for those who travel far and wide for this event, and for those who have been part of the scene in South London since its birth, and enjoy a more laid back event with a decent system and lively sociable atmosphere.

The atmosphere was live as usual at the Black Sheep Bar. The buzz around this event is not unfounded. Croydon is now legendary on a global scale as a vital geographic location in the evolution of underground music, beginning with the explosion of UKG, the phenomenon of Big Apple Records, and the eruption and subsequent epidemic of Dubstep around the planet.”

This time round they have a line up consisting of Artwork, Benny Ill, Hijack and Sgt Pokes with more to be announced! And with tickets at only £5 on the door is there really anywhere else you’d rather be?

Full event details and updates here.


06
May

NEWS:

Deadmau5 - Satellite ft Kat Von D [DEMO]

EDM star Deadmau5 has taken to Soundcloud to preview a new song, “Satellite” that features lead vocals from his celebrity tattoo artist fiancée, Kat Von D. 

Deadmaus teased the song on Twitter, calling it his “fave” from Kat Von D’s upcoming album and announcing that he might offer fans a “sneak preview” on Soundcloud.

Hours after sending out the Twitter message, Deadmau5 posted a demo version of the song with a brief message: “The first rough draft of “Satellite.” Still lots of work to do, but here’s the intro + 1st verse for you.”

There has been scant information regarding Von D’s foray into music since announcing that she was recording tracks back in late 2011.

Check out the track and let us know what you think.

03
May

Rodridan - Brain Damage (Hoxton x Zythian Remix)

So our boy Hoxton has teamed up again with up the up coming and brilliant Danish producer Zythian to bring you an insane remix of Rodridan’s “Brain Damage”. Featuring the classic up tempo drum and bass beat of Hoxton and Zythian’s distinct and unique glitchy/8-bit synth skills, this is a collaboration we’re truly excited for. 

If you enjoy the song, support our boys and throw them a like/comment on Soundcloud for a chance to see this track released via Magnum Records! 

02
May

Deatron - Welcome To Naruha

Presenting Deatron, a young and talented up and coming producer from Missouri, US. Deatron has been producing music for a while with his production skills have gone from strength to strength and he’s rapidly becoming a hot artist within the underground community. Here’s one of his most recent track, Welcome To Naruha, an amazingly chilled out, hypnotising track featuring some absolutely beautiful piano work. But don’t get too comfy, just as you start to slip into the beautiful melody, you’re blown away by a sonic assault of the senses by an amazing melodic dubstep bass. 

This track really is gorgeous. Be sure to check him out, support his music and give him a follow, half of his tracks are available for free from his Soundcloud too! Keep an eye out for this artist, the kid will be huge! 

Follow Deatron:

http://soundcloud.com/deatron

01
May

NEWS: The End Of Cable London

Cable, one of London’s most stunning, diverse and unique venues, situated in the tunnels under London Bridge Station has been closed as of today.

For those of you that are unaware, for the past couple of years Cable London, the unique and amazing music venue, have been negotiating with Network Rail, who originally own the property, over the future of the venue. Network Rail requested the area back due to plans to expand London Bridge station, but in the time that Cable has been there, it has become a landmark venue and a monumental part of the London music and clubbing scene. Things came to a boiling point today as Network raid forcibly entered Cable, cutting through steel shutters and reclaiming the area. This is a sad day for any Londoners who even have the slightest interest in music, as Cable have hosted the likes of Coki, Bar 9, Tut Tut Child, Audio Jack, Goldie, Bodika, Dilinja, Hazard and so so many more big names. 

Here is an official statement from Cable London: 

Dear World,It is with a huge amount of sadness that we announce Cable has closed with immediate effect.We have been forced to close following two years of ongoing legal battles with Network Rail, who took possession of the venue this morning with an entry order, putting us out of business and leaving our 70 staff without jobs. This is due to them allegedly requiring the space back for the redevelopment of London Bridge station. It is an utterly devastating blow to what is a much loved, hugely successful, well respected music venue and media business.This is not only a huge loss to the loyal fans and staff of Cable, but to London’s clubbing community as a whole. With enormous pride, we delivered the very best talent in an environment that upheld the history of the early SE1 rave scene and supported as many musical styles as possible. We are obviously devastated and still in shock by the news and know there will be questions. As you can appreciate, there is much work to be done and many arrangements to be made behind the scenes. A full press release will follow.If you are presently a ticket holder for an event that was scheduled to take place at Cable, please do not worry - further information will follow in due course.Our sincerest thanks,The Cable Team x

We wish all the staff at Cable the best of luck and a big thank for for the years of amazing nights in London! 

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