MC Zulu has a voice all his own, literally and figuratively. His rich bass can be found on dozens of tracks spanning genres ranging from reggae, to drum and bass, to rock. He’s a poet, a painter, a producer and has an unstoppable drive to bring his truth to the people. We talk about how […]
Star eyes is a journalist, party promoter, magazine editor, radio host, label boss, and powerhouse producer. Raving since she was 13, she’s helped countless artists get some of the attention they deserve through writings, bookings, and interviews. All while building her own brand of bass music mogul. We talk about the thirst for dance music […]
Alex Bishop, aka Alex Incyde, has been DJing for ages. He worked at and released on Hotflush Records. And he was a resident at Dub War, the original dubstep party in the US. This mix features a gorgeous paint splattering of bass-heavy music spanning multiple genres plus music that eludes definition. Lose yourself in this […]
Skin Teeth, aka Ned Woodman, fell in love with hardcore breaks in ’92 when he was 13 and hasn’t looked back. He went to his first rave at 14 and has been DJing since 15. A member of Figures Of Eighty, he’s recently branched out with a new moniker, Skin Teeth, focusing on the raw, sample-based rave-up vibes that started it all in ’92. And he’s started his Torre label to help spread the word.
Liondub has been repping hip hop, reggae, dancehall, and jungle/drum-n-bass through his DJing, production, and running the Liondub International label for ten years.
DJ Whitecoat has been DJing for 20 years, runs the Suntribe Terrace label, and has multiple releases coming out this summer. After years as an MC and being involved with the hip-hop scene, he heard UK Funky and never looked back. He’s pushed the sound ever since, in the UK and worldwide.
Andrew and Zoe built up the Tsunami Bass sound system with time, sweat and tears. We talk about where the idea for Tsunami Bass came from, some of the hurdles they’ve had to overcome, and a few of the moments that have made it all worth it.
Joe Nice talks about the early days of being a DJ in Baltimore, being a pioneer in bringing dubstep to America, and touring around the world.
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