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Skream steps up on Alan Fitzpatrick’s We Are The Brave with ‘Poison’, a propulsive dose of unhinged techno designed for big rooms...

Skream has been having quite the year. Having mixed ‘Fabriclive 96’ back in January and with a huge schedule of club and festival slots taking...

Dubstep original will never turn his back on the sound that made him

As you’ve doubtless heard, dubstep is dead in the water. Cursed with a lethal mix of commercial success, mass popularity, a huge internet presence, countless sold out raves, the scene is, as any fool can tell, totally knackered. Somebody needs to pause and tell Skream this quick, because from where he’s standing, the world has never looked better. Currently on a short solo tour of the States, the man who describes himself as having “dubstep as my blood group” has been gleefully pushing the boundaries of the sound, chopping up half speed snare smashes and bully boy basslines with taut explosions of house, disco and techno, knowing full well that rather than destroying the scene he loves, he’s blowing it wide open.

Can't wait for his new August album? Then check these out

With both the Magnetic Man debut single 'I Need Air' (out 25th July), Skream's collaboration with fellow dubstep cohorts Benga and Artwork, and...

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Magnetic Man man says “it's over”

An interview with an unlikely source of dance music wisdom has revealed that Skream recent DJ set for RBMA alongside Plastician and Mala was his last wearing dubstep colours.

'Watch & Do' next single on Ultra Music

While best known as Drop the Lime, Trouble & Bass boss Luca Venezia's Curses moniker has been around since 2007, putting out tracks such as...

Cutline remix of new RAM single 'Afterglow'

It's no secret that RAM Records have been on the Radio 1 takeover hype, with Chase & Status and Sub Focus becoming names that even...

Dubstep figurehead Skream has gone euphoric, smashed the templates, and upped the tempos. His new album ‘Outside The Box’ confirms he’s not content to be...

Remember a few years back? All that hoo-ha about nu-rave? Which sounded so promising but proved to be nothing more than a few indie kids...

Berlin’s Sokool remixes KlangKuenstler ‘Man On The Moon’

Be sure to remember the name (never-mind trying to spell it), because producer-DJ, KlangKuenstler, is rapidly gaining reputation within his native, Germany. Not only of...

'Indigo' welcomes in US Tour

Norwegian pun appreciator Fehrplay (aka Jonas von der Fehr) makes it six straight singles for Eric Prydz's Pryda Friends label when he releases 'Indigo' on 21st October.

Stream Marc Romboy and Ken Ishii LP, 'Taiyo', in full

Coming from completely different walks of life prolific Berlin-based tech-house pioneer Marc Romboy has teamed with Japanese techno producer and game scorer Ken Ishii to develop the exciting debut collaboration album, 'Taiyo'.

Will be back behind the decks in just two weeks...

Skream has had to cancel his up-and-coming shows after he announced that he has broken his leg.

The news came via the producer's Twitter account...

Full-length track off the duo’s 'Midnight Walking' EP

It was just 10 days ago when a two-minute snippet of a new dark yet engaging sound from Adriatique appeared on Culprit’s SoundCloud. Thousands...

New mix for 'Watch the Ride' packed with exclusives

Dubstep innovator Skream has mixed the latest in the excellent and eclectic 'Watch the Ride' series of compilations. The new album out 29th September on...

Belfast’s Phil Kieran draws from kosmische and classical as much as techno on his Maeve debut, the ‘Life Cycling’ LP. Hear the rolling snares and...

Phil Kieran will debut on Berlin’s Maeve this month with his ‘Life Cycling’ LP. 

A stalwart of the Belfast scene, the DJ/producer joins the label...