Borai will release a new EP on Club Glow next week, marking his solo debut on the label he runs alongside Denham Audio, LMajor and Mani Festo.
Club Glow — the collective made up of Borai, Denham Audio, LMajor, and Mani Festo — have put together a fundraising compilation for the family of the late owner of Tokyo record store, Disc Shop Zero, Naoki Iijima, who sadly passed away last month after a short illness.
The collective have each contributed a track amongst the 17-track set, while they've also called on a number of friends to contribute music. Amongst those featured are Mantra, Etch, Sully, Benton, Benny Ill, Thugwidow, and West Norwood Cassette Library.
Lisbon-based DJ and producer Violet and UK production trio Denham Audio are teaming up for a split 12" release via New York label Friendzone.
They've each contributed two tracks to the record with Violet occupying the A-side and Denham Audio sampling Soul II Soul and Loleatta Holloway on the B-side.
The record will be the third release on Brooklyn's Friendzone and is set to release on November 12th.
You can hear clips of the record ahead of its release below.
LMajor teams up with Mani Festo this month to deliver the second edition of 'Club Glow', the mixtape series launched last year by Denham Audio and Borai.
Split into two sides packed with original tracks, the A features 11 cuts from Mani Festo, while the B brings together a whopping 17 new tunes from LMajor.
A compilation mix from each artist has been recorded to cassette tape, plus all tracks will be available separately via digital download.
Mani Festo joins the Rupture London family next month with his 'Hold The Line' EP featuring hardcore slammer 'Warehouse Theory'.
Fresh from his split record with Denham Audio for Beat Machine Records, the UK producer offers up a varied selection, folding together elements of tech-step, skittish jungle, grime and more across the four tracks.
Denham Audio team up with MC Serocee for raw vocal cut 'Masta Blastah' on Durkle Disco, complete with this booming, bass-driven remix from Bristol's Bromley.
Stripping back the smokey, laser-pierced original, Bromley ramps up the low-end and picks out a slick groove, giving the track a lethargic feel while still letting Serocee's tough lyricism to punch through the mix and up the energy.
Denham Audio serve up a low-slung cut of solid gold bass music in 'Break Dat Thang'.
The Sheffield trio have been rising through the ranks over the past year, their hybrid productions drawing from breaks, dubstep, garage and more. Check out the outfit's Fresh Kicks for a taste of their killer DJing style too.
Bristol's Durkle Disco imprint, meanwhile, is dominating Britain’s bass music scene right now, dropping productions of the highest calibre each and every.
Coming straight outta Sheffield, Denham Audio traverse the UK bass landscape on the latest edition to our Fresh Kicks mix series.
Opening scoring last year with their 'Dance Cult' EP for Exploris, the trio have quickly made an impact with tastemakers such as Madam X, Addison Groove (they recently remixed his much-loved 'Footcrab') and Hodge.