General Levy needs no introduction, just shout ‘Booyaka booyaka’ at any rave and listen to the roar of the crowd chanting ‘When the General ah pass’. Mix a legend like this with a true Italian underground soldier Bonnot (Multi award winning artist who DJ’s & produces for Dead Prez) and you really can expect music of the highest grade for all Junglist dem. If that wasn’t enough the album also features Serial Killaz, Ed Solo, Ricky Tuff, MissMykela, Numa Crew & DJ Ferro – got your attention now right?
Maxim has already established himself as one of the world’s most renowned rock stars. Now, the Prodigy frontman has begun a new musical endeavor, unleashing his solo-project’s unique brand of trap, including his new single '808' from his debut Animal Anger EP.
Elektro Magazine recently caught up with Maxim for some studio time, where they previewed some of the raw tunes that he has deemed “Industrial Trap.”
Sin City Recordings was created in 2009 by Hatcha & N-Type, two pioneering Dubstep DJ's from Croydon, the birthplace of the Dubstep sound. Following the successful club night it was decided to create a label to represent the best of Dubstep and underground bass music worldwide. Sin City Recordings has now had releases from artists such as Benga, Skream, Coki, N-Type, Hatcha, Jakes to name a few, plus new up and coming artists.
SUPPORT HIGHLIGHTS :: Roni Size / B.Traits / Dj Craze / TC / Drumsound & Bassline Smith / London Elektricity / Serum / Grooverider / Concord Dawn / Stickybuds + MORE
Usually a peaceful kind of chap, Rico Tubbs has uncharacteristically decided to give it the big one get involved in the Jungle War. Not in the least bit uncharacteristic however is the distinctive Tubbs murderation bass and beats. You will recognise the bassline and thank the high heavens that Rico & Bass=Win gave you this banger.
'WHAT' is a collaboration project between Breaks stalwart Si Kouncilhouse and new producer Marley. When the two met, Marley inspired Si to explore a new sound in Bass Music, and 'WHAT' was born.
'Say What Agin' is their second outing, with support already from the Stanton Warriors, Eddy Temple Morris on XFM and Annie Nightingale on BBC Radio One.
Remixes come courtesy of Breakbeat Legends The Freestylers, flexing their 'Raw As F*ck' muscles with an Amen workout. Then, Skapes and Bossgrove smooth it out a little with a deep future garage bass and synth roller.
Andrew Diggs has gone by many names over the last few years and experimented with many genres. If it was DJ Vicious in his Drum & Bass days or Noizy Boi when making and playing Dubstep, he has always been evolving. Bass=Win has caught up with him in his, ummm, in his? Well, lets just call it Jackin' Tech phase. Sharp snares and ominous bass makes 'The Ghost' into a new form of dancefloor banger!
Strange Rollers is no newcomer to the Warehouse Wax stables having already had tracks featured on the Ruffneck Rydims EP series and also on the We’re Not Dead 3 album which was released earlier this year. Having produced various genres of music since the late 90's Strange Rollers has honed his style to encapsulate all things dance music from oldskool rave to various forms of the cutting edge bass music of today.
SP23 is a creative collective of musicians, DJs and artists. The origins of the collaboration goes back twenty years when the crew began a nomadic journey across Europe and beyond with the Spiral Tribe Sound System. SP23 was one of the many record label names associated with the sound system’s mobile recording studio (housed in a showman’s circus trailer). Today SP23 moves from strength to strength, playing packed houses all over Europe while the production crew launch a new label for 2014.
Chopstick Dubplate is back with a brand remix package of every frequent-flyers' favorite tune 'Worldwide Traveller' along with new video that’s been covertly filmed on tour, in airports and on planes.
The tune has been murdering dance floors since the summer dayz with Top Cat and Williamz' spinning a shrewd, cheeky tale of discount airline tribulation to party trumpets, big baselines and slick amens. You won’t get it out of your head.