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In The Face – Sub FM Radio Show May 13th

Hadean returns to England and subsequently Sub FM, going b2b with Gash and spinning a serious selection of jackin, garage and bassline. Featuring a heavy guest mix from Digga Sounds Womble and Dook Nookem which blends grime with mutant bass this is not a show to be missed.
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In The Face – Fri 9th May

Brightons biggest bassline night is back with a vengeance! After a 6 month hiatus we have a serious lineup of fresh talent spanning many genres for your listening and raving pleasure. Celebrating our 4th Birthday no less… yes, it has been that long!

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Phatworld – Time Don EP

Off Me Nut Records first vinyl arrives, and seriously puts everyone else to shame: the production on this release is next level, with every track being a straight up Sheff banger. The Time Don EP features some great local vocal talent from the likes of Devilman on the hilarious bouncy anthem Milk & Bread, or the ode to the Steel City that is Do It Like Sheff. This release is available here on limited edition vinyl, so if you want a copy pick one up sharpish!
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AC Slater – Back To The Floor

AC Slater has always been infuenced by UK sounds, and this new EP is no exception, clearly taking inspiration from the jackin and bassline house movement gaining momentum here. As usual this is his own take on the genre, incredibly well produced dancefloor fare, and he takes it and combines it with his Trouble & Bass style making it an essential (and free) download for your collection.
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Long Clothing & We Buy Gold Present: Trancework

What do you get when you cross a clothing company, a roster of the worlds top juke producers and a love of 90s trance classics? The Trancework Compilation of course! Long Clothing & We Buy Gold have taken artists like Chrissy Murderbot, Slick Shoota and In The Face’s own Gash & Simtek and gotten them to remix trance classics: sounds like one of the oddest ideas around but it really works. The remixes range from the more trap influenced end of the genre to almost all out jungle, with each one bringing something different and new to these tracks. Out now for free from the Long Clothing website.
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Spoils & Monkey Wrench – Enemies In The Dance

Brighton based Spoils team up with Bristol lads Monkey Wrench for this immense EP, out now on True Tiger offshoot Stripes Records and from the off we knew this was a goodun. Opener & title track Enemies In The Dance blends many different styles, though all dancefloor centric, with its infectiously demanding vocal giving way to a gut wrenching bassline. Grillz is the other big track on this release for us, the bassline slowly descending over a tightly cut hip-hop vocal sample. A great debut, I’m sure we’ll be hearing a lot from these guys over the next year.
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Dankle – No Jokes Vol. 1

Dankle seems to be trying something different in this EP, with opener Absolutely containing a subtle sample of War by Edwin Starr before dropping into some bleepy/wonky techno. Though it’s the collab with Deadbeat that really had us moving, with an incredibly warm bassline sitting under an infectious 90’s house vocal. Out now on Off Me Nut Records and at £2.50 it’s a steal.
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Mixes blog

DJ Detweiler – Concepto Mix

The ultimate mashup mix by flutedrop pioneer DJ Detweiler includes some of the most hilarious tunes we’ve ever heard including the amazing Mr Bean Goose; Shitmat’s take on a relaxation tape (the aptly titled Chill Out) and of course the host with the mosts own remix of Gerry Rafferty’s 70’s classic Baker Street. This man has been making waves with heavy support from Hudson Mohawke and DJ Zinc among others and listening to this it’s easy to see why.
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