EVA808 will release her debut album, ‘Sultry Venom’, this Friday 18th December.
Released on USA heavyweight bass label Innamind Recordings, the 19-track LP follows the success of the Icelandic producer’s singles ‘Prrr’ and ‘Exchange’ - already accumulating a steady stream of endorsement from the likes of Commodo and Hudson Mohawke.
Dutch producer Subp Yao will release his new album. ‘Infra Aqual’, this month on Prague label YUKU.
Set for release on 20th November, the album is a deep dive into UK soundsystem forms, half-time bass pressure and lucid electronics. Inspired by the world found beneath the ocean, it’s an expansive, enveloping 13-track collection featuring collaborations with Jamaican vocalist Warrior Queen and dOOp.
Skrillex has shared a new track.
After teasing fans about the potential follow-up to his 2014-released debut album, ‘Recess’, since January this year, DJ and producer Skrillex has now shared a brand new track ahead of a bigger project.
Early this morning, Skrillex shared a photo to Twitter showing him using Ableton's "share on Soundcloud" feature. Shortly after, the new production, 'Kliptown Empyrean', appeared on the producer's Soundcloud page.
Dublin party Woozy has launched its label with seven cuts of dub-inspired bass weight and percussive heat, set for release on 4th September.
Drawing on the influence of labels like Deep Medi, Timedance and 3024, EMA and Sputnik One’s imprint creates an Irish outpost for contemporary club sounds that dance at the crossroads between dubstep, techno and jungle. Bristol artists Jurango and Yushh drink deep from the city’s bass well on two psychedelic drum workouts, while Brooklyn’s Kellen303 delivers impeccable, cavernous dubstep on ‘Pinehearse’.
Skrillex and Noisia are seemingly working on new music together.
US bass DJ and electronic outfit Noisia have previously collaborated on a number of projects, with Noisia remixing Skrillex's 'Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites' way back in 2010. The DJ and collective member Nik Roos also worked together in December last year, on a theme tune for Obselete, a mecha-based anime and YouTube original series.
Bristol’s Pressure Dome label will kick off 2020 with a new split EP from Joe Craven and Human Resources, set for release on 7th February.
The label’s third release finds local producer Human Resources and Dialogue party starter Joe Craven offering up two weighty UK techno cuts each, heavy on the bass with flourishes of breakbeat and dub woven throughout.
Crave’s ‘Hurt Potential’ opens the EP with a buoyant, but subtle, rhythm, making for a perfect warm-up to stoke the dancefloor into life early in the night. Check it out below.
MoMa Ready has shared his new album, which lands under the moniker Gallery S.
Self-titled, and disinterested in copying anyone's musical identity, the full works are available on Bandcamp, and touch on everything from jungle, roots and dub to house and techno.