Thursday, 29 September 2011

Sike Ft Rachel Wallace : Lost In A Daze [Warehouse Wax]

Sike Ft Rachel Wallace : Lost In Daze & Remixs Out Now


The new release on Warehouse Wax, featuring Rachel Wallace, with Remixes from Pyramid, Sanxion, Sike and Vinyl Junkie is OUT NOW exclusively on Track It Down… Official release date on all other shops is 13th October.
Support from Jay Cunning, Freestylers, Aquasky, Warrior One, Billy 'Daniel' Bunter, Ed Real, Schema, Freq Nasty, Ben & Lex, AC Slater, Shut Up And Dance and more.

Sunday, 25 September 2011

Ceos & Arcee - Riot Music [The 140 Mix]

Ceos & Arcee - Riot Music [The 140 Mix]

Time: 1:13.44
01.Donae'o - Riot Music (Skream Remix) - Digital Soundboy
02.RackNRuin - Mindscape - Sub Slayers
03.Baxta - Connection - Cheap Thrills!
04. DJ Fresh - Arkanoid - Ram Recordings
05.601 - Heat - Passenger Dub
06.601 - Pressure (Let-It-Go) - Passenger Dub
07.Pyramid - Ready For Blast Off - Funkatech
08.Dopamine - Hold You (Rennie Pilgrem Vs Pyramid Remix) - TCR Dub
09.Ellis Dee & DJ Twista feat. Marie Louise - Touch Me - Sub Slayers
10.601 - This Year's Champion - Passenger
11.Emeli Sande - Heaven (Pyramid Refix) - Free Download
12.601 - Brothers & Sisters - Passenger
13.Afghan Headspin - Bang Spanner (601 Remix) - Rocstar
14.Colombo - Manga - IBreaks
15.Emalkay feat. Rod Azlan - Flesh & Bone - Dub Police
16.601 - Space Fury - Passenger
17.601 - The Game - Downbeat
18.Sike Feat. Rachel Wallace - Lost In A Daze (Sanxion Remix) - Warehouse Wax Dub
19.Emalkay - Crusader - Dub Police Records
20.Baxta - Power House - Cheap Thrills!

Friday, 23 September 2011

Digitally Mashed - Top Drawer Digital Show 20/09/2011 [Minus Chat]

Digitally Mashed - Top Drawer Digital Show 20/09/2011 [Minus Chat]

Track List

Lucas - Developing
Strangenotes - We Take U Back
ZXP - Substepper
KamBelt - Living in Nostalgia
Sike Ft Rachel Wallace - Lost In Daze (Vinyl Junkie Remix)
Schema - Wait No More (Original Mix)
Dopamine - Hold You (Rennie & Inch Mix)
Warrior One - 1996 Riddim
Eddie Voyager - Runaway (Sanxion remix)
Bojcot Selectah - Kick A Hole
Disk Error - The Boss Is Back (kidchameleon Remix)
Beagle - Lords Of Midnight
Disk Error - The Boss Is Back (Original)
601 - The New Jam
Shakes - Gangbusters (Jurassik Mix)
NattyChris - Feeling Irie
Time Travel - OST
Generic Bass - In My Soul
Lucas - Prophecy
Electrux - Nuclear Bomb
Strange Rollers - There's Something Out There
Pressa - Lost In Time
Breakz - Roll The Bass
Galvatron - The Darkness
Electrux - Nuclear Bomb
Dirty Azz - Murder Sound
Lucas - Reign (DJ SnipaZ Remix)
Martin Solveig - Hello (Dead Battery Remix)
Ellie Goulding - Starry Eyed (Pyramid Refix)

And check all recent shows on Archive here : Top Drawer Digital Show Archve

James D'ley - 20 minutes for the weekend - 140 & beyond

James D'ley - 20 minutes for the weekend - 140 & beyond

Ahead of my latest Dub filled Ballz out banger aka BBB7 "All Killer No Filler" dropping next week sometime. I decided to treat you with a 20 minute mashup in the vein of 140 bpm mainly* to tide you by !! Its mainly a tech demo, but have been really feeling this vibe recently so had to give it a go :) 112kbs obviously :)

Tracklist -

1.Dont Do Dat - BSD
W/ 2. The New Jam - 601 - Passenger Dub
3. I cant stand the rain - Tina Turner - PYRAMID refix
4. Cinema - Benny bennasi - Skrillex - Rerub
5. This is the Law - Troublegum - Specimen A remix
6. Robot rock - Daft punk - Subfocus remix - rerub
7.aerodynamic - Daft punk - Specimen A & James D'ley remix
8.Play nobodys game - Tantrum desire
Enjoy !!

Tuesday, 20 September 2011

Shakes Interview [Originally From This Is Breaks Blog]

Hi Shakes. You've been picking up plaudits from some big breakbeat players for your new single, including the likes of Rennie Pilgrem and Left/Right in the US. What is it about Gangbusters that makes it stand out from your previous work, do you think?

I think it's the track where all of the little essentials have started to click: writing in key, composition, mixdown. While I was making this one I learned a bit of music theory so synth lines were easier to program and everything fits properly. It ended up more tearout than I intended, but the squeeling bass line gives it that raw energy that sends people crazy. A few amen edits and air-horn samples and everyone's happy! I've still got more to learn through experience and, like most people, I'm even more excited about the tracks that are yet to be released.

Shakes - Gangbusters [Previews] by Supatronix

Can you tell us a bit about yourself? What are you doing when you're not in the studio?

Haha, when am I ever in the studio? I'm a London, UK-based teacher, so the day job and education of today's youth has to be put first and the production work tends to wait for the holidays. I enjoy cooking, climbing, disc golf (google it), Studio Ghibli fims, long walks on the beach and a GSOH (ooops wrong site).

Who are your main influences in dance music and how have they affected your sound?

I admire the dubstep producers like Skrillex and SKisM (shout to NSD) who have brought musicality and melodies to their scene to accompany the incredible noises, but if they had influenced me I guess I'd have tried emulating elements of their music and I wouldn't know where to begin. Like a lot of people that started on the future jungle thing I guess it was RackNRuin and Skream that were the only references when I began making Gangbusters. There's a lot more out there now and I'm stuck a little between two main branches of the sound. I'm peeling away some of the noisy midrange and trying to find the right balance of the smooth bass and tight, clear high end of RackNRuin and the energetic, but less crisp, sounds of Pyramid. Both have it spot on, but in different ways, and there are limits to having the best of both worlds.

The future jungle vibe is starting to reach some sort of maturity. How do you think it will change over the next couple of years and who are your favourite artists pushing this sound?

It is great to see the old breaks back, but it will evolve quickly until they eventually disappear for the next generation to rediscover. The limited break samples that fit the style mean that we are already seeing the wiser people develop their own sound and not get caught up with simply using an amen. Pyramid and others are beefing up their beats and taking us to a faster and more polished version of the old tearout sounds in many ways. Some people are managing to create a jungle feel without the original samples and others are taking influence from future garage, dancehall, soca etc. which is great.

The people that have got it right for me this year in the breaks scene are 601, Yoof, Schema, Jurassik and (as if I haven't mentioned them enough) Pyramid. There aren't many labels that can be relied upon to bring this sound at a high quality, but there's stuff coming from every corner. It's interesting searching round and finding tracks mis-labelled as drum & bass on beatport by people who just happen to dabble in their version of the sound, e.g. Redlight, Warrior One, Herve, Submerse, DJ Fresh, Rusko, Baxta, Skream, Chase & Status etc.

What's up next for Shakes? Any grand ambitions?

I really want find the right person to do a vocal collab with by next year. I've got a remix I need to get done for someone I'm quite a fan of and more Supatronix remix work, including my first official dubstep tune. There's a couple of deep, but very different originals I love and am just trying to work out the best way to release. Unfinished stuff includes some collaborations with Mr Jurassik and a new 'post-dubstep' stripped down project that will hopefully turn into an EP under a different name next year.

Cheers TiB.

Keep it foolish!
Grab Shakes' new release on Beatport.

Shakes promo mix August 2011 by I Am Shakes
1. Rusko - Kumon Kumon [Mad Decent]
2. Shakes vs Norman Cook & MC Wildski - Bassline
3. Aquasky - Feel The Sound (601 Mix) [Passenger]
4. Shakes - Gangbusters [Supatronix Records]
5. Krafty Kuts ft. Sporty-O - Let's Ride (Pyramid's Future Jungle Mix) [Instant Vibes]
6. 601 - Brothers and Sisters [Passenger]
7. SL2 - Way In My Brain 2009 [New State Music]
8. Yoof (Sons Of Mecha) - Back 2 Hackney [Sub Slayers]
9. Jurassik & XLY - Confusion (Shakes's Beefcake Mix) [Supatronix]
10. Shades Of Rhythm - Sweet Sensation (Baxta Remix) [Cheap Thrills]
11. Chase & Status - Time (RuN RiOT Remix)
12. Mindflow - Need To Be (Afghan Headspin Remix) [Rocstar Records]
13. DJ Fresh - Louder (Herve Remix) [Ministry Of Sound]
14. Shakes - Gangbusters (Jurassik Remix) [Supatronix Records]
15. DJ Fresh - Arkanoid [Ram Records]
16. Herve - Together (DJ Fresh Future Jungle Mix) [Cheap Thrills]
17. Shakes - Gangbusters (Gella Remix) [Supatronix Records]

Thursday, 15 September 2011

Eddie Voyager : Runaway [Held2Ransom 022]

Eddie Voyager : Runaway [Held2Ransom 022]

Eddie Voyager - Runaway - Held II Ransom 022 by Held2Ransom

Hold tight !!Held II Ransom 022 hits home with lable stalwart Eddie Voyager bringing us his summer anthem "Runaway". Big bass , happy vocals , stabs galore all combine to bring u this rave breaks monster thats sure to get them feet movin an them arms a waving !!
Remix duties this time fall to the fast rising Piano Junkies , who are takin the nu - rave scene by storm with thier happy piano laden vibe , this remix is no exception allready havin mainstream radio play on kutskis radio 1 show this one is a happy hands in the air bag of goodness!!
Our 2nd remixer needs no introductions Sanxion(Sparky) has been a mainstay in the rave breaks scene since day dot , with so many releases its hard to keep track , this time turning out a massive future jungle vibe , takin this way back ,keepin the 90's alive whilst bringin us bang up 2 date !! this one been gettin rave reviews from the likes of Billy Bunter(Kool FM) , Apply the Breaks and many more dj's , expect this one to do the damage !!!

Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Sub Slayers 010 - Ellis Dee & DJ Twista ft Marie Louise 'Touch Me'

Sub Slayers 010 - Ellis Dee & DJ Twista ft Marie Louise 'Touch Me'

Sub Slayers 010 - Ellis Dee & DJ Twista ft Marie Louise 'Touch Me' by Sub Slayers

Ellis Dee & DJ Twista

1. Touch Me ft Marie Louise
2. Touch Me ft Marie Louise (Rocket Pimp Remix)

Cat: SLAYER010 / Release: Sep 2011
Nu-Jungle / Dubstep / Breaks


Not only is Sub Slayers bossman Jay Cunning proud as you like to present release number 10 but it also features the legend that is Ellis Dee who has been a long time hero of Jays from his sweaty days as a loony raver!
But we digress, onto the beats…. Teaming up man of the moment Dj Twista along with the vocal talents of Marie Louise the guys have come up with what can only be described as a true anthem! Sweet chords, hooky vocals, slammin beats and an insane amount of energy will see this release tear thru the ranks with full on hands in the air appeal!
Flip side see’s rising star Rocket Pimp take the track to a filthy nasty bass fuelled dubstep onslaught. Staying true to the originals anthemic vibe The Pimp adds twists, turns and bass spasms to thunderous effect. The drop on this has to be heard to be believed!
Once again Sub Slayers sets the pace.

Monday, 12 September 2011

Warrior One : The Yang EP [Black Butter Records] OUT NOW

Warrior One : The Yang EP [Black Butter Records] OUT NOW

Warrior One - "The Yang" EP (Black Butter #12) - Out Sept 12th by Black Butter Records

With This Warrior One serves up a very special EP Here on Black Butter Records.
All 5 tracks are top quality with the 2 vocal tracks , The Jump Off Feat Dutty Goodz and Wavey feat Royston Williams both sounding very current but our picks of the bunch are Coastin' with its gangsta style feel  and 1996 Riddem which has a definate 70's vibe going on. Love it :)
Out Now.

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Wednesday, 7 September 2011

BILL VEGA & NEW DECADE - Headrush (Vinyl Junkie Remix)

BILL VEGA & NEW DECADE - Headrush (Vinyl Junkie Remix)
Vinyl Junkie Does the Original Justice with this Smash Remix which is no mean feat.
Coupled with the Under This remix that's due for release alongside it , We cant wait to get our paws on this baby.
Definition :Breaks on Top Form.

Lucas - The Antichrist (Anti-Vocal Strange Rollers Soundclash)[Free Download]

As Thanks to people for voting Them Best Label in the Recent Nu-Rave Awards Top Drawer Digital are giving away this Strange Rollers Remix of their Original Release : Lucas : The Antichrist.

Lucas : The Antichrist(Anti-Vocal Strange Rollers Soundclash)

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Tuesday, 6 September 2011

Shakes Gangbusters [Supatronix] Out Now

Shakes Gangbusters [Supatronix] Out Now

Shakes - Gangbusters [Previews] by Supatronix

Shakes - Gangbusters, ia a roaring breakneck slice of 140bpm
jungle with more energy than a Red Bull factory and plenty of 1930s gangsta attitude. We're talking James Cagney, not Guy Ritchie. Bang bang, not brap brap!

Remixes come from Jurassik, recently named by Beatport on the site's annual list of producers to keep an eye on, and
the mighty Gella, known best for his firing releases on the mighty Sub Slayers label.

Jurassik ways in with a deep, Reese-fuelled 140 jungle
roller, while Gella takes things in a heady, atmospheric direction. All these tracks sound great on a big system and continue a year in which Supatronix has come bursting through the barricades, with the label's two most recent tracks listed as No 1 by Beatport on their weekly "must hear" rundown.


Monday, 5 September 2011

ViSible Sound : The Visible Sounds EP Out Now

Top Drawer Digital Presents The Visible Sounds EP

Out Everywhere Now

A : ViSible Sound : Lost In Bass

ViSible Sound - Lost In Bass (Clip) OUT NOW by Top Drawer Digital

B : ViSible Sound : Advisory Limits

ViSible Sound - Advisory Limits (Clip) OUT NOW by Top Drawer Digital

Top Drawer Digital introduce ViSible Sound , the new kid on the block with a bright looking future.
Lost In Bass is one of those tracks that just hits you with its raw power and simplicity,
A Big Reese Bass and Funky Breakbeat push the track along whilst the accompanying vocal gives it its feeling and emotion.
With Advisory Limits he pushes down a more Dubstep route showing us his versatillity but keeping in the chopped up Breaks to create a great crossover track.
More coming from ViSible Sounds on Top Drawer Digital and Elsewhere soon , keep your ears open. :
Beatport :
Juno :
Track It Down :
And all other good download stores.

Ruffneck Podcast 02 - Jay Cunning

Ruffneck Podcast 02 - Jay Cunning

01 Pyramid - Confessions
02 Redlight - Feels So Good (Wine Up Your Body) ft Zaniah, Dread & Redskin - Ghetto Bass
03 Fresh - Ice Cream - Ram Records
04 Ramos & Supreme - Crowd Control (Dj Twista Future Jungle Mix) - Uplifting Rhythm
05 Terrorist - Sing Time (Yoof's ReLick)
06 Chase & Status - Time Feat. Delilah - Mercury Records
07 Riko Dan & SNK - Warfare (Billy Daniel Bunter & Sanxion V's Uncle Dugs Revival Remix) - Slaughter House Rydims
08 Jay Cunning & OneSinner - Bad Girls (Schema Remix) - Sub Slayers
09 Sanxion - The Casimir Effect (Can't Get Enough) - Slaughter House Rydims
10 ViSible Sound - Lost In Bass - Top Drawer Digital
11 Ellis Dee & DJ Twista - Touch Me ft Marie Louise - Sub Slayers
12 Schema - Move - Sub Slayers
13 Shades Of Rhythm - Sweet Sensation (Baxta Remix) - Cheap Thrills
14 Warrior One - 1996 Riddim - Black Butter Records
15 D-State, Darkus & Tension - Shoulder Roller (Schema Remix) - Bassrock
16 Fresh - Louder (Hervé Remix) - Ministry Of Sound
17 Emalkay - Flesh & Bone (feat. Rod Azlan) - Dub Police
18 Shy FX - Raver ft Donae'o (Breakage Remix) - Digital Soundboy Recordings
19 Emeli Sande - Heaven (PYRAMID Re-fix)
20 Danny Byrd - We Can Have It All - Hospital Records
21 Schema Vs Terminal State - Jungle Rain - Sub Slayers
22 Sike - Lost In A Daze (Pyramid Remix) ft Rachel Wallace - Warehouse Wax
23 2D - Smokerz - Resin Records
24 Yoof (Sonz Of Mecha) - Back 2 Hackney - Sub Slayers
25 Major Lazer VS Richie Spice - Pon Di Chetto Floor (DJ Gold remix) - Sub Slayers
26 Human Error - Lion - Rong Robot

Ruffneck Launch Party 30th September @The Rhythm Factory

Ruffneck Launch Party
30th September @ The Rhythm Factory
16-18 Whitechapel Road, Aldgate East
London, United Kingdom

Blasting out of the blocks like Usain Bolt with a rocket up his backside comes London's newest club night, repository for rudebwoy riddims, badman bass and dangerous drums, a spot to hear next level audio science from the most booming producers on the future jungle scene and the wider 140 arena.

First up we bring you the mighty Freestylers, legendary purveyors of roughhouse sickness for more than a decade, with support from fut...ure jungle heroes Pyramid. Residents Rennie Pilgrem, Jay Cunning and Jurassik will also be throwing down the bass in room one, while room two plays host to a selection of alternative sounds.

Grab earlybird tickets here before they GO:

***** Room One - Deep In The Jungle ******
The Freestylers
Pyramid (Funkatech)
Rennie Pilgrem
Jay Cunning (Sub Slayers)
Jurassik (Supatronix)
Codec (Supatronix Records)

***** Room Two - Leftfield Urban Flavours *****
Pressa (Top Drawer Digital)
Final Conflict

£8 in advance from£10 before midnight/£12 on the door.

Nearest tube: Aldgate East.

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