NLMT – Mercy EP
“Mercy” stands out as a coherent and exciting new bass release that showcases the most celebrated aspects of NLMT’s musical proclivities.
J69 & Breeza – Bap Bap
An explosive one forty collab dripping with vintage charisma and is one that will most certainly get significant playtesting in many of the region’s raves to come.
Weagle – More Noise EP
The tasteful creation of space around the drums is supported by excellent stereo work, which is used to fire off vocals and key licks across the left-right spectrum.
Liam Bline – Caught Up
Vibes from start to finish, making for perfect middle-of-the-night skanking in any set, at any bumping rave.
Burt Cope – Broken EP
…shows the hard-earned results of his ongoing sonic negotiation; from the new kid on the block in UK bass to the established presence he is today.
CXT003: With The Pulse
Impressive quality and contains four, well-portioned dancefloor experiments. Expect an unraveling journey from start to finish.
Seagrave’s Quarters Vol. 2
A well-curated snapshot of leftfield bass music around the world, with a little something for everyone.
Secret Agent Gel & Redders – Change My Ting
With dollops of flavor and oozing with charm, Change My Ting is a saucy entry into Durkle Disco’s already impressive back catalog.
Arfa – Freefall
A thrilling EP that shows a remarkable command of space, displaying the rare skill of concision in electronic music.
Joedan – Forget the Girl E.P.
A welcome addition to a reemerging UK underground club scene. Expect dark, sulky rave energy alongside a healthy zesting of house and garage drums.
Anz – OTMI001
A euphoric, introspective, and positively club-ready two-tracker.
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