Conducta has dropped a new mixtape.
Following the release of 70-minute mix from Conducta's Kiwi Rekords, 'The Kiwi Sound', released in March this year, the label boss has served up another hour-long mix of unreleased UKG entitled 'KIWI DIREKT'.
Conducta’s Kiwi Rekords will release a new mix compilation on 6th March, entitled ‘The Kiwi Sound’.
The label, which won Best Breakthrough Label at last years’ DJ Mag Best Of British Awards, announced today that it will be releasing a 70-minute mix compilation, showcasing some of the most exciting sounds in UK Garage, mixed by Conducta himself.
Mind Of A Dragon, one of the leading producers on Conducta's Kiwi Rekords roster, has announced a new EP.
Titled 'Garage', it's made up of six tracks, and comes in the wake of a run of free weekly dubs that were shared via his members-only Dragon Dubs imprint towards the end of last year.
'Garage' will be the first EP release on Dragon Dubs, and Mind Of A Dragon is offering subscribers to the label exclusive access to vinyl pre-orders this Thursday. The release will follow digitally and on vinyl on February 21st.
London-based label Kiwi Rekords has shared a free EP celebrating its first year of releases.
Founded by UK garage champion Conducta, who scooped the award for Best Remix alongside London MC Novelist in this year's DJ Mag Best of British Awards, the label has released EPs from the likes of Mind Of A Dragon and Sharda, with the "Kiwi five" coming together for a free remix EP to mark the imprint's first anniversary.
Kiwi Records' boss Conducta has dropped his collaboration with fellow Bristol producer Notion.
Released ahead of the Klub Kiwi Tour - a 10-date UK tour that takes place from now until November 16th - the four-minute 'Fez Mangal' can be streamed via Soundcloud below.
Having enjoyed a hugely successful 2019 so far, Conducta's Kiwi Records label has now announced BK2SKL, an impending 10-date tour of the UK.
The tour will see Kiwi Records artists, friends and affiliates all coming together to play across a series of dates and showcase the label's sound as well as that of modern UKG further afield.