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Bass Hound Records – Treats Vol 3

From the opening sample of Walter White on the incredibly heavy collab between label boss Double Oh No and Heapy, through the squires-esque stylings of Basshound and the wonky techno of Deadlybuzz’s Got No Money, this compilation shows how much many of these artists have progressed, and how Bass Hound has as a label; the quality and diversity of each track speaks for itself. Also includes a cheeky techno-esque tune from our resident Simtek, and a heavy dubstep remix of Hadean’s Like That. For $3 it’s a steal!
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Digg 14 – Shovel EP

Full length compilation from the Diggin’ It Records boys, with 10 tracks of wobbly bassline from the likes of Thorpey, Yeahhbuzz, our resident production master Simtek and of course the Digga crew (plus a hardtek/breakcore mashup from Raggamortis). Free (or donations) and worth every penny 😉
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Erisian 000 Compilation

For those who like their music hard and fast comes the debut compilation from Erisian Records. Featuring 9 tracks of hardtek jungle and breakcore (from the likes of Senor Scram, Otaku and our very own Gash) this isn’t for the fainthearted. Big release and it’s pay what you like!
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Releases blog

Pseudogeddon – A Jungle Footwork Compilation

Some of the tunes on this compilation are so good it was almost tempting not to share them, but that is not what we are about at In The Face, at all! So here is one of the best jungle footwork releases we’ve ever heard. On it are some absolute killer reworks of classic jungle tunes, like Om Unit’s 808 laden take of We Ire E, and even some juked up versions of d&b classics like DJ Fresh’s Gatekeeper. Excellent and totally free, downloadable here.
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LiL TExAS – Talking 2 U

Local lads Donky Pitch come at us with another unique and inventive release in the form of Talkin 2 U. Combining juke, disco, trap and much more, we honestly haven’t heard anything quite like it, and we like it! Cut up vocals are combined with 808 drums and shimmering arpeggiated synths to create a soulful yet strangely rhythmic EP reminiscent of some of Rustie’s work. Available either as a digital download or on limited edition cassette.
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Sarantis – Electric City

This album is some serious upfront bass music, taking influence from many styles including juke, grime and even Bollywood soundtracks. Featuring some excellent vocals from the likes of Parly B and M.I.K. as well as instrumental tracks like the heavy marriage of dubstep and juke that is You’re Not Going Anywhere, this album has little filler, and brings Sarantis’ vision of a futuristic dystopian cityscape to life.
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Hostage – How We Go Down EP

Hostage takes us in a slightly different direction for this release, signified by the wonky techno of title track ‘How We Go Down’ with its gritty bass and catchy vocal hook. The rest of the EP combines techno and bass to varying degrees of success, though it is nice to see Hostage trying out some new styles.
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Mixes blog

Nastynasty – Lazerbrain

A cheeky little mix from Brooklyn-based artist NastyNasty, featuring mainly his own productions. The title is apt, lazer sounds galore, lots of glitch-wonk-trap-whatever new genre they invent for this kind of music…definitely worth a listen though!
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Slipz n dapz 4×4 mix new

A very niche bassline influenced mix from Slipz n Dapz, 4×4 with a twist. These guys have remixed Aquasky and worked with vocalists such as Spyda on their track Babylon. I believe this is a mix from ’09 but as its just gone up on Soundcloud I thought I’d stick it up. Oh and as a bonus here’s a free EP from them at
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