Traxman, RP Boo and DJ Clent are to teach an online workshop series on footwork and juke production.
Launching later this year, Chicago Footworkology Music Edition is an online workship series presented by Creation Global, which will offer three online masterclasses across one weekend.
DJ Earl will release his new album, ‘BASS + FUNK & SOUL’ this Friday 4th December.
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Crypticz and Itoa will release a collaborative EP, ‘How It’s Done’ via Belfast’s Rudimentary Records this Friday 9th August.
Marking both producers’ debut on the label, the four track release finds the pair blending their own distinct styles into a jukey, dubby, drum & bassy fusion – with some electrifying results.
Posij makes his Neosignal debut with the four-track 'Attention' EP, out 28th April.
The young Dutchman has made quite a name for himself, remixing the likes of Noisia for Mau5trap, along with releasing on the legendary trio's own Division Recordings. What else would you expect from a producer born and raised in Groningen — the town that spawned Noisia and a wealth of other talent — though?
Spanning the width of the drum & bass spectrum, the collection ranges from hardnose neuro bangers to roaring half-time.
Sam Binga returns to the Astrophonica fold for the first time since 2014 next month, dropping percussive workout 'BFT' as part of the imprint's 'Gradients' compilation LP.
The UK producer joins a list of contributors that reads like a who's who of forward-thinking underground talent, including label boss, Fracture, Teklife's DJ Earl, junglists Om Unit, Moresounds and Sully, Exit honcho dBridge and more.
Itoa brings the hype for the latest edition of our Fresh Kicks series, celebrating the upcoming release of his 'Swinging Flavors #4' EP for Beat Machine Records.
A soundsystem fanatic, and purveyor of frenzied juke and hip-hop-inspired junglistic beats, the Londoner — otherwise known as Alex Godoy — has gained quite the underground rep over the past two years with offerings for Bad Taste Records and Roots & Future.