June Miller – From Autumn To Ashes

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Dutch duo June Miller have been laying down some absolute stompers over the past couple of years with big releases on the likes of Critical, Horizons and Commercial Suicide, and their latest release for RAM Records delivers the goods in a similar fashion. From Autumn to Ashes goes straight in with heavy snares and an ominous […]

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Bladerunner – Late Night Caller / Fusion

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The mighty Bladerunner is a fairly unique quantity in the Drum & Bass scene in terms of being one of few producers making what can truly be called modern Jungle. While the influence of early 90s jungle records can be heard throughout the D&B scene in one way or another, the sounds are particularly prevalent […]

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Fred V & Grafix – Goggles

Fred V and Grafix return to Hospital Records with their latest work in the form of the Goggles EP and it seems the boys have been busy diversifying their output. The title track moves away from their usual anthemic liquid into slightly darker territory, centred around a hefty sub line and skittering percussion lines. Simple but […]

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Seba – Identity

Fans of the deeper side of drum & bass should already be familiar with Seba. The Swedish producer has a pretty immense discography spanning well over a decade, with releases on the likes of Bukem’s Good Looking and Looking Good imprints, Warm Communications, Paradox Music and his own Secret Operations label. With that in mind it’s […]

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Nu:Logic – Morning Light / Grizzly

While for me there will only ever be one Morning Light, the latest release from Nu:Logic is still more than worthy of your attention. The brothers Gresham have been perfecting their art independently for some time now and their recent collaborations for Hospital have been nothing short of excellent. The A-side is familiar territory, providing liquid […]

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Fourward – Aftermath EP

Audioporn have always done a good job of treading the line between straight jump up (which I tend to find a bit one dimensional) and the heavier styles of tech drum & bass offered up by the likes of Renegade Hardware, and their latest EP from Fourward fits that M.O. perfectly. Aftermath starts things off […]

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