Tunes of the week 28/12/2009

Tuesday, 29 December 2009 at 17:27
This first track isn't the normal sorta thing we post on here but it's a tune from earlier on in the year which was at beatports No. 1 house download spot. It's a Tech-House killer from Tek-DiLuxe, whom I know nothing about lol.

The second track is by an up and coming producer called Rollz who I also know nothing about other than he/they are sick!! Check out plugged in as well as the tune posted below.

Phat lady sings.

Bugged Out vs Trailer Trash NYE

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Party people! The mother of diary dates is here, new years eve. Sure there's a ton of stuff happening in London; Ministry of Sound at the O2, Innovation at Fire, Get Loaded in the Dark at Brixton Academy to name a few. However, true mess head recommends this banger - two of London's trendiest promoters in force for a colossal shoreditch raveup. Funktion 1 sound throughout the Basement Club, and with 9 hours of solid noise, it's set to be huge.

Brodinski has had a massive year. Being asked to mix Bugged Out's latest Suck My Deck compilation, collabs with fellow Frenchman Noob, and the huge Eurostar with Mumdance have all helped establish him in the major league.

DJ Mehdi - Pocket Piano (Brodinski Remix)
(320) - Brings the sublime piano loop to a driving techno powerhouse
Noob & Brodinski - Peanuts Club (Jake Simon Remix) (320) - Fidget squeaks and electro stabs. Huge.

Boy 8-Bit is firing now as well. Riding with the Mad Decent crew and reworking the likes of La Roux and Florence and the Machine have made him a name known. His Baltic Pine EP (buy it!) has smashed the beatport charts, and the track itself is sure to be dropped. This guy's style is undefinable!

Jack Beats ft. MC Dynamite - What (Boy 8-Bit Remix) (320) This is a true mess head favourite. That bouncing b-line....
Boy 8-Bit - A City Under Seige (320) - Underrated and epic.

Hannah Holland (apparently I was later told....) gave a massive set at Exit and is sure to repeat. Though not a prolific producer, she's been playing for over 8 years and regularly spins 5 hour sets.

V.V. Brown - Crying Blood (Hannah Holland Remix)
(128) - Much blogged. When the bass gets its groove on you'll see why...

Mumdance is HUGE first off. Remixing Maximo Park in his emerging 'kerplunk' genre, his sound is wild. Fusing carnival sounds with bouncing drums and big bad bass, and running around dubstep, house and fidget without being tied down, expect anything. The Mad Decent Diplo-esque sound shines through tho.

The Whip - Divebomb (Mumdance Remix) (320) - takes the original glitches and whirrs to a kudoro festival. With whistles. And steel drums.

True Mess Head will see you at the front.

Tunes of the week 21/12/2009

Monday, 21 December 2009 at 14:26

Found this one laying around on my computer and OH MY GOD! What a song, wobbly dubstep-fidget (fidgestep?) lol. This is huge, bigger than that fat woman you saw walking down the street trying to hold all her christmas shopping on her stogey fingers slipping over on the ice and landing on her fat ass!

Bird Peterson - Zutopong [320]

Found this one whilst stuck at home in the snow, what a filthy DnB song. Don't know anything about the artists but I think this track can say a lot for them :)

Receptor & Kubrak - 24 Kornerz (Slam Slam) [320]

Christmas basss

New Lee Mortimer and Foamo

Wednesday, 16 December 2009 at 18:47
This promo snippet has JUST been put on YouTube - as I write it has 6 plays!

Check it - it's a funky disco slice of fidget bassline. If that makes any sense.

A whole lotta posts coming soon...

Tune of the week

Monday, 14 December 2009 at 10:54
Got 2 fidget bangers for you this week. The first one is the awesome new release from TJR called Booty Move, no doubt one of the most anticipated releases of the year. This one is the Potato Heads remix of it, I prefer it to be honest!

The second one is a Mightyfools remix of Oh Snap, an up and coming DJ/Producer from the States.
Oh Snap!! - Plus Size Model (Mightyfools Remix) [320]

TJR - Booth Move (Potato Heads Remix) [320]

Tunes of the week 7/11/2009

Monday, 7 December 2009 at 12:28

Right I've got one classic by Royksopp which has been remixed by about 50 different people but I'm putting up Trentmollers one. Massive massive chuune from back in the day.

The second one is an absolute DnB banger by Austrian quartet Fourward called Blur, from their release DISTURBED019.

The third one is a liquid tune called 7th state of matter by Puzzle. Even tho liquid isn't really my thing I think the track is sick.

Here are the links:

Royksopp - Where is it? (Trentmoller remix) [320]
Fourward - Blur [320]
Puzzle - 7th State of matter [320]

Stay tuned for more tunes

Daft Punk's leaked tour dates.

Saturday, 5 December 2009 at 14:40
The godfathers of dance music appear to have had their tour dates for 2010 leaked. Here they are and thanks to for them:

30 - Le Zenith, Paris, France

1 - Heineken Music Hall, Amsterdam, Netherlands
3 - Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany
5 - The O2, Dublin, Ireland
7 - Parc Des Sports, Nice, France
15 - Yankee Stadium, New York, NY
22 - Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, Australlia
28 - Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australlia

3 - Wembley Arena, London, UK
6 - City of Manchester Stadium or Manchester MEN Arena, Manchester, UK


Friday, 4 December 2009 at 14:04

tonight's the night ladies and gents. the biggest drum and bass DJ in the world is coming to exeter and believe me he's gonna rinse the place. headling, ram records head honcho Andy C. supporting is Lomax - i'm expecting big things from him. room 2 is serious business breaks with finger lickin records - A Skillz is in. Also, barry ashworth! legendary collaborator with the ever fresh dub pistols.

this is an absolute ROLLER - tech-funk stylings from the critical album All Sounds Electric.
lomax - come and see (320)

get down early as its a 2am finish (lemon grove is on university campus). true mess head will see you at the front

OHO! Blatta. And Inesha. And Mustard Pimp!

Thursday, 3 December 2009 at 04:58

I was gonna say the best things come in trios but I realised there are two guys in Mustard Pimp. Pshhhh, there are still some sweet things that are 4s....?

4x4 music (aka bassline for my sheffield peeps)
4 people for a double date.

screw it, the point is both of these artists are big in the game. True Mess Head favourites Blatta and Inesha are blowing up Italy and Mustard Pimp are killing everything they touch. I virtually have their fresh prince remix on repeat. So when two tribes go to war...

Mustard Pimp and Blatta & Inesha - Pigeon Flu (320)

enjoy peeps, this is fresh out.

F**k me its Party time.

Tuesday, 1 December 2009 at 12:38
This week is a stonker for music in Sheffield. If you got the stamina, I got something for you pretty much every night this week. Hit it hard then recover. Its the only way.


Tuesday Club featuring Major Lazer Soundsystem & Mumdance

Major Lazer are Diplo & Switch. Two huge DJ/Producers joining forces to create a super duper group. Their track 'Pon De Floor' was probably one of the most remixed tunes this year, being dropped in sets at all the festivals this year! Tuesday Club has bagged themselves a massive act who are only touring at a handful of places in the U.K. Throw in super hot Mumdance and its an orgy!For £6.50 advance its a bargain. True Mess Head recommends!


Vibes Alive @ Prive featuring Goldie Locks & Tomb Crew

The baddest crew in the World arrive in the city of Steel to party like only they know how. Vibes Alive has given Thursday's a fresh new lick of paint and week in week out gets banging artists down into the Cellar to drop dirty tunes. Whether there's six of them or 2 of them they pump out the garage, jungle, bassline, electro.. you name it they got it. So get your ass down to Cellar 35 for Prive to join in the party! You've had a day off recovering so no excuses.


Bigger Than Barry - Joker, L-Vis 1990 @ DQ

Joker is fast becoming the prince of dubstep his stock is on the rise! His productions are slick and varied, remixing the likes of Simian Mobile Disco & Basement Jaxx. He rips it up in Bristol and now he's coming to Sheff to do the same. For £5 and cheap as chips drinks in DQ how can you say no. True Mess Head recommends!


Shuffle presents Sebastien Leger & Jesper Dahlback @ Plug

Shuffle presents a stellar billing of tech-house & techno. Two heavyweights in the game come to rock Plug to its core. Its Leger's 3rd time here and Dahlback is making his debut. John his younger cousin was her in May and smashed so I hope it runs in the family. £5 again and with shot hour running from 1-2 down those sambucas fast and start dancing.

Enjoy it & party hard :D

This will be big:

Tune of the week 30/11/09

Monday, 30 November 2009 at 19:43

Right so this week I've got 2 absolute hulkified tunes. They're as dirty as your teeth if you havn't brushed them for a week!

Blatta & Inesha - Aint Nuthing Ta Fuck With [320]

Defunct! - I Don't (Original Mix) [320]

Keep it real


Sunday, 29 November 2009 at 22:00

fresh off the decks, here's the first mix from true mess head. true to style, theres some fidget, some electro, some dubstep and a whole lotta BASS.

enjoy - you can download throu soundcloud. comments appreciated!
True Mess Head Mix 1 by Trouble and Squeak

George Lenton!

Saturday, 28 November 2009 at 16:42

I dont really know all that much about George Lenton. He uses a mac, he used to be into drum and bass, scratching, dmc battles, and bands, but now makes sample infused dubstep rockers. He makes his own tunes and is also big in the remixes having reworked the likes of Daft Punk and MGMT. Badman.

And you can grab his latest here!
Erik Hassle is swedens current equivalent of Frankmusik but he's put together a pretty huge remix lineup for his latest, hurtful. Mr. Lenton has worked his magic on it and produced a gem!

Erik Hassle - Hurtful (George Lenton Remix) Link removed by request
George Lenton - Cold Rocker Link removed by request

Lastly, everyone ever should watch the video for troll, here. Partly because of the gorilla, partly because of the sick Network sample, and partly because it will fcking destroy your speakers.

If you're in London on december 16th, check the man himself at S.O.M.E, the new dubstep/fidget night at the Den, formerly the End.

Hadouken Remixed

Friday, 27 November 2009 at 22:15

yo yo

Hopefully you should know by now, the new album by grindie kids Hadouken has been produced by the men Noisia. Meaning, when it drops, be expecting a SHED load of remixes. And here's the first - opening single Lights Out has been remixed by darkstep don Spor.

Hadouken - Lights Out (Spor Remix) - 320


Hostage @ Krooked!

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So ladies and gentlemen on Friday 27th November (today!) Krooked presents Hostage!!!! Bada man. He is going to ruin DQ so i recommend this!

This is how he describes his music:

If it was a recipe for a nice dancefloor-cake you'd do the following:
500g of Electro and mixed with 250g of House music
125g of Techno
A dash of Old-Skool Hardcore
A tablespoon of Fidget (If you don't have any fidget a wee bit of Wonk will do)
A knob of Bassline
Blend them all together into a nice wobbly dough.
Bake at Gasmark 128bpm for 1 hour and 20 Minutes.

Sprinkle with UK Rave Stabs circa 1992

Sounds like a nice cake to me! Little bonus material for ya:

my oh my

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french girls

in paris

without french clothes

i think ive said all i really need to

Tune of the week 23/11/2009

Tuesday, 24 November 2009 at 09:32

Yes yes its that time again, the tune that I keep wanting to listen to!

This week it's Kill the DJ (Club Banger Edit) by Alexandre de Beauregard (320)

Will hit you people up soon

True Funky Tune

Thursday, 19 November 2009 at 10:31
This one is called Comma by Son of a Cheeky Boy.

Norman Cook, aka Fatboy Slim, Pizzaman, and Mighty Dub Katz, made this funky disco single under yet another alias, Son of a Cheeky Boy.

The original is from 1997! Nice little fact for ya there.

Here it is [320]


Tune of the week 16/10/2009

Tuesday, 17 November 2009 at 10:01

Even though this one is a bit old it still sends shivers up my spine everytime I hear it. It's global warming be Camo & Krooked.

Here it is!

The B side to this called No Soul which can be found here.

More of the best tunes next week.


Mixmag Tour!

Friday, 13 November 2009 at 12:14
So the annual Mixmag tour rolls into town this Saturday at Plug. It has been ripping up various cities around the country and now steam rolls into Sheffield with a stellar line up. The Count (Herve) & Sinden will be bringing their eclectic mix of bass and electro as the bad boys of this night. In tow they have Radio 1 DJs Jaymo & Andy George and Alex Metric. Support as well comes from Plug's resident DJ's LJ Freeman and Geoff Ticehurst.

I wouldn't miss this one! This is a True Mess Head recommendation. Tickets are £7.00 advance. Get them from the Plug Box office or online at the Plug website. For the moment here's some tunes that will get rinsed on Saturday!


Jakwob + Ellie Goulding = Bigness

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If you haven't heard this one yet, get on the download. Goulding is set to blow UP in the wake of La Roux / Little Boots type female electropop. You'll have heard her single Under The Sheets all over radio (he's also done this, check his myspace player) but this is the remix that's gonna put her on the map.

La Roux had Skream for In For The Kill. Goulding has JAKWOB.

Ellie Goulding - Starry Eyed (Jakwob Remix)

I think Doorly / Skream etc have a lot to answer for. All this pop / dubstep crossover remixery is getting a bit weird for me...

Hit up the comments - watcha think?!!

DC Breaks mix

Thursday, 12 November 2009 at 22:31
Was listenin to an oldish Drum and Bass Arena podcast mix at the gym the other day and oh my god! Was it good, got the blood pumping to all the right areas. Some amazing tunes in there mashed about my the DC Breaks guys.

Here it is. Unfortunately there isn't a tracklist for it :( but they do however play Capuiera by Infrared vs Gil Felix which can be found on the legendary Nightlife Volume 1

Will keep you updated with some more filthbag drum and bass!

Tunes of the week 09/11/2009

Tuesday, 10 November 2009 at 12:12

So I found this tune over the weekend doing my usual browsing of blogs, youtube etc. Absolute dirtbag tune!

It is Gigi Barocco - Rowdy Jack (Bryan Cox Remix) (320)

Italy has got some shithot artists at the moment, Crookers, Bloody Beetroots, Gigi himself, Blatta & Inesha to name a few! Will be doing a post with some of their best tracks soon!

Surprisingly I haven't gone and got the new modern warfare...yet lol.

Second tune of the week is Camo - Lost Heaven (209)

Will more than likely find some more by the end of the week that are worth posting about.

Watch this space!

Long overdue.

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Its time that I clocked in and made my due contribution to True Mess Head. It's been a while so I'm here to ramble.

Sheffield has been hitting it hard this year in the music scene. Too many big names have graced the decks of various clubs around the city of Steel.

From now on my mission is to keep you updated on what is upcoming and fresh new beats from around the world.

So.. tonight!!!

Gracing the decks at Tuesday Club we have Foreign Beggars (United Colours of Beggatron Album Launch) & Alix Perez (1984 Album Launch). Enough has already been said about Perez so I'll stick it to the Beggars

Foreign Beggars are one of the best hip hop collectives that this country has to offer. Their live shows are always a talking point full of energy and heavy drops. Foreign Beggars are a 5 man crew comprising of rappers Orifice Vulgatron and Metropolis, DJ NoNames, Beat Bozer Shlomo and Producer Dag Nabbit. In their latest offering they have collaborated with a variety of artists most notably Noisia. He has produced a vast quantity of 'United Colours of Beggatron'.

All booming tunes. In contact you can sure tell the Noisia influence just as you can tell the Zinc influence in Move. Hit that Gash, straight up noise!

More to come in the next couple of days so stay posted!

Liquid Love pt.2

Monday, 9 November 2009 at 11:39

Back for the latest dosage of smooth rollers and tingly vibes at 170.

This is unmissable from canadian liquid maestro Mutt. Soul melting vocals and silky keys. Stunning.

Mutt - Conversations ft. Kevin King

Our liquid classic this week is the highlight of London Elektricity's 2003 Power Ballads.
It does what it says on the tin

London Elektricity - Fast Soul Music

And for some video action, I found this gem somewhere on Alix Perez's facebook page. Show him some love on there.

And if you haven't done it yet, BUY 1984.

Boom tings

Music Videoage

Friday, 6 November 2009 at 02:42

Just a quick one. I picked up this tune back in may from the wicked discodust blog. And in random youtube stumblings, I found the video for it.

This is NECESSARY viewing!

My tune of the week

Tuesday, 3 November 2009 at 10:26
So I've decided to put up the best tune I've heard this week and will do this weekly as my 'song of the moment' tends to change pretty quickly depending on how much I go searching for music but I think this one will be one of those songs where you think...I haven't heard that in a while, whack it on and go, 'oh yeaaah what a beat'

It's the Mightyfools remix of creepy by Boltan (320)

Let us know what you think of it.

Jam The Channel Halloween RAVE

Monday, 2 November 2009 at 01:41

What a weekend. Friday for some RUDE drum and bass courtesy of original sin, sub focus and serial killaz. Crissy Criss whacked the dubstep too. Heard him drop Seeerious by Noah D at the bar, nice. Buuuut we've already done our homework for that.

Saturday was part 2 at the Phoenix, Jam the Channel style. Not as rammed as friday, but lush decorations and video screens hanging from the ceiling made it different in a wicked way. And the djs were on FORM!

Lee Mortimer. The only bad thing I can think to say about him is he didn't get a chance to play his Indo remix and thats me clutching at straws to complain. He's a legend. MASSIVE set, wish I could remember more of the tracklist. Top guy aswell, was loving the mask.

Quality drop from him: Foamo - Rockerman (Lee Mortimer Remix)

Calvertron. I have no idea where this guy gets his tracks from but they were outrageous. All top quality electroeyfidgety goodness.

Quality drop from him: Calvertron - Doo Doo. No mp3 for that cause everyone has it!
Instead this under-rated gem: Calvertron & Will Bailey - Hookin.

Shout to the promoters.


Wednesday, 28 October 2009 at 23:07

so friday night in exeter is big this week - promoters Rinseout are putting on a party for their 6th year in the dnb game. If you live here, you'll know what I'm talking about - every big line up has something to do with them. So, to celebrate, they're pulling 3 big ones out:


pretty funky stuff I think you'd agree.

Sub Focus is riding high at the moment with his self-titled debut making waves through the scene. His single Let The Story Begin is sitting comfortably at number 1 on the DnB Arena singles chart, and his album is basically playing like a greatest hits; everything on there is a banger.

Sub Focus - Last Jungle (320)

Sub Focus - Smooth (320)

Original Sin

Absolute filth. Get on the post Quadrozzi put up for an education here.

Crissy Criss

He's 22!! Starting with that, this guy is on fire at the moment. He presents a 3 hour show on 1extra, check it for rude drum and bass. He's built up his reputation on dnb but for rinseout he's showcasing his dubstep skills. Check some with this

Crissy Criss - Fackin Ell (320)

If this all sounds like it might be your cup o tea, check out Rinseout on Facebook.

see you on the floor


Lech's Bargain Beats

Tuesday, 27 October 2009 at 23:50

So I finally finished the track, I'm gonna try the mix out on a cupla different systems. Mainly cause there's a ton of sub-bass on it that doesn't even come out on my monitors....!

Before that, check the video - YOUTUBE

So mp3 will be up by the weekend tops. Stay chill for it =)


Gotta be done

Monday, 19 October 2009 at 15:18
Trust me, you need to get on this. Not the newest cause it came out last year but if you missed it (like me),

Noisia - Stigma (320)

It sounds like a hedge trimmer getting in a fight with a chainsaw.... I.e. ridiculous

Check out the man Noisia from Holland at his myspace.

Liquid Love pt.1

Sunday, 18 October 2009 at 18:33
Yo. Now everyone writing this blog has net we're gonna get the posts a flowing. Keep your eyes out...

For some reason or another I think liquid is possibly the greatest thing to happen to drum and bass. Don't get me wrong, there's always a time for filth laced skank bangers, but being a musical kinda guy Im really feeling musical vibes in DnB. Wicked energised tempo but with big low basslines and lush chord sequences. Genius.

So, here's some of the smoothest liquid vibes floating around my library. Get rollin for these...

Bachelors of Science

- wicked tunes from stateside. The whole album Science Fiction is massive, grab it here
Choice tracks are Wicked Ways (320) and the funk infused People Together (320)


- everything this guy touches is silky smooth. Here's his lush collaboration with Redeyes, out on Integral, called Thieves in the Night (320)

Alix Perez

- I don't know how I can start with this guy. Favourite producer, nu-skool dnb pioneer Perez from North London just released his debut album on Shogun. Getting playlisted even on daytime radio 1 shows just how big his tunes are getting!

Friction, Fabio and even non-dnb DJs like Rob da Bank are pushing this one: Forsaken ft. Peven Everett and Spectrasoul (171)

This is an absolute beauty. Contradictions (172). Highlight of 1984. Get the whole album here

And a classic from him, taken from DJ Marky's Master Plan Mix album. Crown City (145)


So enjoy! Hit up the comments if you love or hate

Who Am I?

Wednesday, 9 September 2009 at 21:02
I'm AK. I'm the guy who on this blog is representing the Sheffield scene. Give me a good beat and a good hook and you got me dancing . I don't have a narrow view of music so like to embrace it all.

I'm gonna be bringing to you the best nights in Sheffield with the best DJs and we do get them.

There's so much to talk about so I'll shorten it down and give a quick lowdown.

DQ - This is the heart of the underground music scene in Sheffield. Every night there's something happening here. It's regularly packed and for once the drinks aren't ridiculously priced. If your into your beats then they get a whole host of djs coming through here every 1month. Sinden, Drop the Lime, Tomb Crew, Mustard Pimps, Boy 8 Bit & Duke Dumont to name a few, - That's the Facebook group for DQ. I'll post more on the individual nights, closer to the date.

Plug - Plug nightclub is the home to Shuffle, Detonate, Fresh till Deaf and more. It is the BIG nightclub in Sheffield. With a capacity over 2000 you can see why it attracts names such as Deadmau5, Kissy Sell Out, James Zabiela, Dubfire and many more. Shuffle on a Saturday is renowned for its stella big name pulling power. Detonate is a monthly night that showcases the best D&B this country has to offer. Danny Byrd ripped the place apart the last time I went down. My favourite is Fresh Till Deaf. A new addition to Plug's line up brings in the underground electro and fidget djs that I crave. Foamo, Hijack & Stupid Fresh. It also helps to know that Plug has a new banging soundsystem installed over summer. Hello!

TTC - The Tuesday Club is the best midweek D&B night in the country. That is definitely a good start. It simply is definitely the heart of D&B, Dubstep & Hip-hop in Sheffield. They book everyone and anyone. The list is too long to mention here but its good, real good. They also manage to chuck in a couple of Valve Soundsystem's every year, which rock the Octagon centre to its core. I would highly recommend checking this out. Cheap entry and cheap drinks, with wicked dj's. Not more you can really ask for.

So that's me for the moment. I will be updating this blog every week with new tracks, new nights and music news.

I am the True Mess Head. AK

Original Sin

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Right, Original Sin...Basically, I love this dudes music. His sounds are some of the best I've heard and he is definately an influence to me and the music I aspire to produce, I just love the dark synth waves he uses in most of his songs.

Check out his myspace, there's not much goin on on there but i guess it's all good, free legal streaming of a few of his songs.

He's got an album coming out on the 7th Dec 2009 named 'Grow Your Wings' which features the songs ‘Therapy’, ‘Pimp Don’t Limp’ and ‘Without You’. I think it might be the biggest Drum 'n' Bass album of the year, close to Sick! Music by Hospitality, or Sub-Focus's self titled album.

Here are some of his songs:

-Bastard Killer
Youtube Link

-Feels Good
Youtube Link

-Skank Nasty (Double Zero)
Youtube Link

His best remixes:

-Ebnoy Dubsters - Ra
Youtube Link
Download Link

- J Majik and Wickaman - Feel About You
Youtube Link
Download Link

-Clipz - Download
Youtube Link
Download Link

- Distorted Minds - T-10
Youtube Link
Download Link [Haven't got one]

His radio 1 show with Fabio and Grooverider can be found here

The tracklist is...
State Of Mind – ‘Division Ten’ (White)
Camo – ‘Lost Heaven (VIP)’ (White)
DJ Fresh feat. Darrison – ‘All That Jazz (VIP)’ (V Records)
B Cee & S.P.Y – ‘Diagnosis Murder’ (White)
Drumsound & Bassline Smith – ‘Can U Feel It (VIP)’ (Technique)
Jayline – ‘The Mummy’ (White)
Sub Focus – ‘Rocket’ (Ram)
J Majik – ‘Unknown’ (White)
Total Science – ‘Nosher (Marky & S.P.Y Remix)’ (C.I.A)
Heist – ‘Moonshine’ (White)
Jaydan – ‘Driller Killer’ (White)
Craggz & Parallel Forces – ‘Shake The Disease’ (White)

Original Sin, Taxman and Jaydan in the studio!

Original Sin – ‘8 Figure Bass’ (Playaz)
Original Sin – ‘Don’t Be Silly’ (Ganja)
Taxman – ‘Harry’s Revenge’ (Ganja)
Generation Dub – ‘Altered State’ (Formation)

Original Sin in the mix!

Original Sin – ‘Therapy’ (Playaz)
Original Sin – ‘8 Figure Bass’ (Playaz)
Swift – ‘1 Finger’ (Charge)
Clipz – ‘Give It To Me’ (Audio Zoo)
Original Sin – ‘B**tard Killer’ (White)
Fresh – ‘Gold Dust’ (BBK)
Original Sin & Taxman – ‘Seen’ (Taxman)
Jaydan – ‘King Of Miami’ (VIP)’ (Propaganda)
Original Sin – ‘Pimp Don’t Limp’ (Playaz)
Hazard – ‘Wicked So’ (Playaz)
Original Sin – ‘Overfiend’ (Playaz)

Goldie – ‘Kemistry’ (Metalheadz)

Rewind Tracks!
Fabio: Spirit – ‘1471’ (Inneractive)
Original Sin: Original Sin – ‘Untitled’ (Playaz)
Grooverider: Cybin – ‘Soundboy’ (White)

His D+B arena mix can be found here [Can't find a tracklisting]

I've never seen him live before but hopefully seeing him in October in Exeter. Saw Sub-Focus at Exit festival this year, he was brilliant! Gotta love 'Rock It' and 'Timewarp'.

This is the flyer for the event!

Artists like him: DJ Sensai

Youtube links to his goods songs:

- Afterlife

- The Blade

- Strangers

- Heart of Dawn

Download subway soundz 001 here at 320.
Tracklist is:
01: Sensai - Returned
02: Tyke & Recipe - Drunk Step

That's all for now, will keep people updated with new tunes, mixes and profiles on the heavier darker side of DnB! If you want a post on a certain artist drop us an E-mail.


Smoke and Fidget - Wearhouse Music Takeover @ Egg, London

Saturday, 5 September 2009 at 17:24

so last night was the first of egg's label showcases, and the guys in question were Wearhouse Music. Lee Mortimer's jackin house imprint is putting out some bombs at the moment and they showed it last night. Mortimer was backed up by Chew The Fat! resident Foamo and fidget star Hijack, all playing rinsing sets.

Definite highlight of the night was bournemouth boy Hijack. He managed to pack out the floor in about 10 minutes of getting his hands on the decks and went on to rip through his huge re-edit catalogue and remixes.

Hijack - Party People (Bootleg) (320)

Foamo and Mortimer kept the vibe going, each smashing out banger-filled sets. Add to that Funktion 1 sound, cheap red stripe and a LOT of smoke machines, Egg's label nights are gonna be huge by the looksa things

Foamo and Lee Mortimer - It's Going Down (320)
La Roux - Bulletproof (Foamo's Dubstep Remix) (192)

tag time

Thursday, 3 September 2009 at 22:44
london, sheffield, exeter, mp3, electro, fidget, dnb, dubstep