It’s the EP we’ve been waiting for. Three tracks of fresh fire from two of UK bass music’s most infamous partnerships: Caspa & Rusko. This one’s been bubbling since they announced their reunion last Autumn.
As they’ve expressed in interviews, their reunion is nothing but a vibe thing, a fun thing and a long game thing. Everything about this project is real and done on their own terms and rules as they make the music they want to make, play the shows they want to play and deliver the releases when they want to. Like now...
“Bad Bassline”, from Stormin's upcoming new album Heart N Soul remixed!
Needing no introduction, the Londoner is a major name in the UK dnb scene, having captured the attention of many. Stormin's getting ready to embark on a tour with his Drum & Bass collective SASASAS. With "X-Tra Bad Bassline" Rhythm Rollers sees Ghosty, who under various different names has previously released music on DC Recordings, TwerkOut Records and Rotary Tower, on the remix duties for Stormin's Bad Bassline.
2015 is drawing to a close and from PR to Label management, OTR has worked with some amazing artists and labels in the past year. We thought it was only right to share this music with you, so we have put our heads together and complied some our highlights of the last 12 months. Please enjoy and happy listening.
Out 16th October, “For The Love feat. Amy True” & “Wind Up Your Waist feat. Shiffa Dan, RTKal & G.O.L.D” is the next single from supernatural Sound System duo Ghost Writerz (GWz), fresh from releasing their acclaimed July debut LP ‘GWz All The Way’.
Dubstep legend Caspa's new album 500 was released last month on his own Dub Police and is widely considered a return to form for the tearout originator. It's got all the grinding churn you'd hope to hear from the West Londoner, but also finds him foraying into new sonic territory.
His remix of "The Day is My Enemy" is a stylistic adventure for Caspa, who took the remix as a challenge to push himself even further creatively
DJ Mag ‘Going back to his roots with a dark, deep yet angry sound’
Mistajam: 'Exciting, raw, visceral - just what I was hoping for!'
Do Androids Dance ‘Taking Dubstep back underground’
Dub Police are excited to finally reveal ‘500’, Caspa’s long-awaited third artist album. Easily his boldest, rawest, heaviest work to date: ‘500’ see’s the Dub Police don taking us back into the dance where we belong... and it couldn’t happen at a better time.
Muti Music is pleased to announce the release of the 5th installment of Remix EP's from the Sizzla album Born A King, which we released in May of last year. The album produced by Mista Savona has received critical acclaim and charted in the top 20 of iTunes Reggae and was voted #1 Reggae album of the year (ZonaReggae), Cornel Campbell & Burro Banton version ‘Pressure’ and Burro Banton’s ‘Bad Like Mi’ were in top 50 singles of the year (United Reggae).
Based in Sofia (Bulgaria), Basscatz are a producer duo on a sole mission to conquer the international dance music scene with their deep, thought provoking music with a glitchy minimal futuristic twist.
Their latest single ‘Real Life’ features the vocal talents of Zafayah (who’s just collaborated with Reggae artist Jahcoustix) and takes a look at the life of a troubled woman, all pieced together in beautifully crafted dubbed out track.
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.
The debut album release for Cato on N-Type & Hatcha’s Sin City Recordings label.
'The Unknown' successfully fuses the current London urban sounds of Hip-Hop, Grime, Trap with the underlying bass weight of Dubstep. His first release on Sin City catapulted Cato into a ‘name to watch’, moving ever forward this album is set to take him even further.
Supported worldwide by Hatcha, N-Type, Spyro, Walsh, The Others and more
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