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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

Trouble & Bass Party Pack

A combination of original tracks and fresh bootlegs from the Trouble & Bass camp, all for free! full of the usual upfront, bass laden fare we’ve come to expect from these guys. The most interesting track imo being the collab between AC Slater and ETC!ETC!, a Lil Wayne remix combining of traditional trap sounds and bassline, that actually works surprisingly well.
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Lenkemz – ‘I’

Lenkemz has been hot tipped for big things for a while now (re: his forthcoming Mad Decent debut), and his latest release on Senseless Records cements this belief even further. Opener Forcefieldz is an insane affair, with bassline, dancehall & juke combined in a way that he is becoming celebrated for. Get it while it’s hot for just £2.50
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Crab Hands – Top Crab EP

Welcome to the mental world of Crab Hands. You’re in now, so there’s no way out. Opener Crab People is an absolutely mental underground dance anthem, and with a slew of great remixes ranging from bouncey (Phatworld) to speaker melting (Yeahhbuzz‘s aptly named Pope Destroyer remix) there’s no good reason to not pick up this EP. Oh and its free.
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Thorpey – Acid Trek EP

The latest release from Mutant Bass Records (it’s been a while!) and debut EP on this label for Sheffield based Thorpey. Standout track for me is Got To Have Love, an absolute dancefloor smasher courtesy of Thorpey and Heapy, which blends acid, basslines and breakbeats impeccably. Also excellent is the JAKAZiD remix, which morphs this tune into a wonky breakbeat banger. Tbh the whole EP is pure fire, no reason not to pick it up as it’s a free/donation based download.
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Mixes blog

Tennis Rodman – Death Of Slime

Calling his music Slimepunk, which tbh doesn’t really mean much but does sound pretty cool, really this mix speaks for itself. Clocking in at just 15 minutes it’s a mix for the modern generation, and tennis says ‘ its a mix of buck trax (krumping music), slowed sigh trance, glitchop from around 2009, and bay area bass musik’ with added ‘samples all throughout the tape to make it moar sludgie’. Nice!
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Dankle – Brock Out Mixtape 23

The boys over at Brock Out bring us yet another banging mix, this time courtesy of Off Me Nut main man, and one half of Phatworld, Dankle. Featuring only Off Me Nut Tracks, with many new exclusives, this mix goes off hard!
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Machinedrum – Mixmag MOTW

A new mix from one half of Sepalcure, Machinedrum, blending together footwork and jungle in a very inventive way. Includes some tasty exclusives from those pushing the genre, Mark Pritchard, Traxman et al..
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Bird Peterson – Drankenstein Live

These have been a real guilty pleasure for me, and things don’t let up for Drankenstein Live, including songs from Drankenstein 1 and 2 and also a load of new ones, the combination of crunk, trance and dubstep oddly still excites!
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