New music from John B, Prolix & Beat Assassins
Drum and Bass |
Sunday 21st February 2016 | Arren
Here's the freshest, new drum & bass to add to your playlist for the week;
John B - Visions (Remastered) Sampler EP [Beta]
John B’s sampler of his remastered debut landed. Two remastered tracks along with two edited and remixed tracks.
Mefjus - Emulation (The Remixes) [Critical]
The neuro juggernaut Mefjus has just let the dust settlesince dropping his huge album. Emulation isn’t finished just yet as this massive remix package has dropped with reworks from Audio, Ed Rush, InsideInfo, Rawtekk and two VIP mixes.
Prolix - Nature of Reality / Sycophant [Shogun]
The producers first solo venture on Shogun Audio and boy he did not disappoint! Huge technical beats with huge amount of bass thrown in, lovely!
Full review on Guestlist
DubApe - Soundboy Killa / Humanlike [Mainframe]
Dark and grimey half time madness. DubApe produces two cuts with deep, pulsating bass lines from Austria's biggest drum & bass export. Soundboy Killa an upfront beasty beat, Humanlike gets the vocal treatment from Talabun leaving no room for improvement.
Beat Assassins - The Raid [Mofo]
The first release from a new, rebranded, drum & bass centred Beat Assassins project. On a mission to bring fun, entertaining music to the party he starts with this suitable quirky track. Up on remix duties is Calliade taking a more serious route whilst Jay C reworks this drum & bass track into a rolling house beat.
Find out more about Beat Assassins with his exclusive interview with Guestlist
Hanover - Metropolis / Lost Moments [Terabyte]
Two quite different tracks from Hanover, but both keeping the same deep vibes. The A-Side, Metropolis, is a smooth technical roller whereas Lost Moments is one for the steppers, taking things a little more psychedelic with a cheeky saxophone sitting perfectly randomly over the beat.
Opius - The Wild Wild East [Allowance]
Opius makes his debut on Allowance with a jungle tune with serious influence from the Far East.
Pleasure & Heist - Marmite [Low Down Deep]
Rude, in your face jump up flavours. A big collaboration from these two well established figures in drum & bass.