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Soundclash – Fri 30th Jan

Room 1:
– Kanji Kinetic (ITF)
– Katch Pyro (Erisian)
– Deadbeat (ITF)
– C3B (Erisian)
– Audio Gutter (ITF)
– Fucknose (Erisian + ITF!)
– General Waste (Erisian)
– Gash (ITF)
– Test Tube Rabies (Erisian)
– Simtek (ITF)
– Robert MuGabba & Idi Amen (Erisian)
– OOK (Erisian)
– L Mutant (Erisian)

Room 2:
Jungle Alliance Vs Originate

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Bangface Birthday Bash 2014

Bangface returns to London on September 19th with an exceptional lineup for their birthday bash, including Slipmatt/SL2 (a 25 year special set) as well as High Rankin, D.A.V.E. The Drummer, Top Cat & more. Also joining them are In The Face’s very own Gash & Deadbeat who will be going back to back and bringing you the freshest bassline, garage, grime & more. Its gonna be a banger!

In The Face Crew Takeover Don’t Panic!

This weekend in Wigan: Deadbeat Gash & Hadean Takoever Pure for a night of bass heavy sonics and Sillyness. Don’t Panic! have been flying the bass flag up north for years now, we’ve been up once before and they’ve returned the favour, and now we’re back to show those guys what us Southerners are made of (and it aint sugar, spice & all things nice!)
Check out their Facebook Event for more info.

In the Face – Sub FM Show July 22nd

Uploaded a little later than intended because of Boomtown, this mix features the full In The Face contingent on Sub FM, with a special guest mix from Hud bassline legend Mr C as well as regulars Gash, Deadbeat & Hadean spinning the latest garage, grime, jackin & bassline
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Releases blog

Champion – Execution EP

This new 2 tracker from Champion, on Skrillex’s label Nest (yes, we were surprised too) has been doing the rounds for a while now, and it isn’t hard to see why, with the title tracks infectious vocal snip, downbeat bassline and head nodding beats. Listen Da Bass is a more 4×4 affair with incremental vocals from Serious One. Free download so the price is very much right.
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Distro – Meltdown EP

Brighton based label 877 Records puts out another killer release, this time from forward thinking bass music pioneer Distro. For fans of My Nu Leng (and featuring an excellent collab with them) this EP combines house with bassline and garage. The Flava D remix of title track Meltdown is especially good, with it’s screeching bassline, though every track on this EP is excellent. Out now from all good online retailers.
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Project Allout Volume 1

Sheffield label Project Allout unleash their first free album Volume 1. Consisting of instrumental grime and 4×4 bassline tracks with some absolute bangers included.
Recent releases from the label have been topping the Juno charts and this one follows on nicely. Personal favourites on the album produced by our very own Deadbeat UK, Dr Cryptic and the one from Trends is a definite dance floor smasher! Available for free download from their Facebook page.
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Kanji Kinetic – Rebirth EP

Kanji Kinetic goes in seriously hard with this one, his new EP on Under The Surface Records, the title track featuring some seriously hard hitting, neurofunk-esque drums over midrange basslines, with the VIP changing it up to a slower, moombah version before bringing the tempo up for a tropical bass finish. The collab between Kanji & Thorpey is another highlight, morphing between mutant bass and techno, with multiple donks thrown in for good measure. Available now from Juno, among others, and a free Kitbash remix of Rebirth available below in return for a like/repost on Soundcloud
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Deadbeat – Good 2 Me

The latest EP on Tumble Audio comes from Brighton based DeadbeatUK, and following on from last years underground smash What I Need this doesn’t disappoint. Opener & title track Good 2 Me combines an infectious vocal sample with gritty basslines, Wheel It Up follows course with a high tinged bass and constant rewind samples, though it’s Clear My Mind that really does it for us, with it’s dreamy garage intro making way for a skippy beat and heavy bass. Finally the Nothing Sweet remix, for which Deadbeat won a competion that led to this release, proves why he was picked up by this label in the first place. Out now and topping the Juno bass & Garage charts. Big.
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Mixes blog

Mustard Gunn – Not Until You Brush Your Teeth

This new mix from Coin-op head honcho Mustard Gunn is a dancefloor killer from start to finish. For fans of techno, electro and booty you’re in for a serious treat. It’s jammed full of both new stompers and classic tunes from the likes of Jerome Hill, 3d!t, Michael Forshaw, Matt Whitehead, DJ Funk and more. Mustard Gunn has not failed to impress with this one.
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Keep Watch Vol. XXVIII: Spooky

Big mix from Spooky for Mishka’s Keep Watch series can only be described as frenetic, which perfectly encapsulates his style. Blending many different genres, though always with a heavy focus on grime, the first half of this mix is a mashup of instrumentals whereas the latter focuses more on MC’s, with Spooky laying acapellas from some of the biggest current grime artists over tracks of his choosing, in what sounds like some 3 deck business. Excellent!
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Moody Good – Tumpy Bopkins Mix

Moody Good is a new project from one half of 16 Bit, and it’s great to see at least one of them returning to what they do best, after a hiatus from music for quite some time now (busy producing the latest Bjork album). The sound has clearly matured, though still has a very heavy edge, as is evident in one of their latest tracks, a slow tribal affair with moody spoken word vocals from Joshua Idehen. This mix is very eclectic, going from trap to grime, ragga to dubstep through juke and seamlessly blends many genres. Definitely worth checking out and a great introduction to this new project.
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DJ Dropacat – Endless Summer Mix

This mix by American DJ Dropacat for SF night Nice Ones takes us on a journey through house and garage, onto techno, mutant bass and more. The ending features the oddly experimental duo GirlsOnDrugs but for the rest it’s pretty much straight up bangers all the way from the likes of Deadbeat, Kanji, Audiogutter etc.
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