Mister Sunday at Oval Space – 9/11/14

By Byron

The record label Mister Saturday Night from Brooklyn is coming over to London to have a day time party at Oval Space. Mister Saturday Night is a party thrown by Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin. They play anything from house, techno, disco, boogie and hip hop. Eamon Hankin and Justin Carter are well experienced dj’s who know how to get a crowd moving.

Mister Saturday Night has put out some excellent music since 2012 by artists such as Melja, Gunnar Haslam, Antony Naples, General Ludd and Keita Sano.

Listen to there beatport page here

Get tickets for the party are here


1. Please don’t take photos.
2. Please don’t text or make calls or any of that stuff.

You can do all these things off of the dancefloor, but when you’re inside the speakers, get down.

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Nurtured Beatz Recordings x In Reach – Part 4

By Lindt

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Ok the last one was an absolute stomper. The proof is in the pudding >> (Credits Yagga Yo)

The next party sees a whole host of experience, styles and techniques within the line up. Make no mistake this next one is set to go off. Like in previous basement parties we’ll be exploring the heavier side of drum and bass. Label owners Kalm & Spindall are both taking on residents in B2B’s and there will be In-Reach sounds hittin’ the floor on the night too. The other headliners speak for themselves, and know how to lay things down down there! Check out all the info below then click dive through the ticket link yea

Event Info

Friday 10th October 2014

Nurtured Beatz Recordings x In-Reach.co.uk – Part 4

Plan B – London

[Last entry 2am - no exceptions]

Line Up




£5 Limited Early Bird’s on sale here
£8 Advance
£10 On the door
[Booking fees apply/ Ticket holders priority entry]

ID required, No ID No entry (R.O.A.R)

Note: Event is in the Basement club please enter correct entrance.

Final note

Ears feelin’ left out? Here’s a radio show teaser recorded live on rudefm.com 23.08.14 >> Nurtured x In-Reach style.

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Ingredients 5th Birthday // Fabric London – 26/9/14

By Nick


Room 3
Response B2B Clive Ingredients
MCs: Bassline


Room 2
LTJ Bukem
MCs: SP:MC, Stamina, Moose


Room 1
DJ Hype
Dj Hazard –
DJ Pascal
Matrix & Futurebound
Original Sin B2B Sub Zero
Pleasure B2B Heist
MCs: IC3, Felon, Funsta, Rhymestar

£13-£18 Advance Tickets
£19 Door
£13 Students/fabricfirst

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P-Money & Meridian Dan – Beastwang

By Joe Franklin

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Nottingham has become a staple city tour stop off between London and Leeds for all things underground over the past few years. The uprise of Stealth as one of the main venues for massive DJ acts in the UK has brought with it an emergence of loads of competing dark, loud, concrete underground venues around the city.

The overshadowing this causes to the local, marginally smaller city of Leicester can have a negative affect on the publicity of club nights there, and a lack of interest for many touring artists trying to cram in as many nights as possible over as wide an area as they can is as little amount of time as they can.

Despite this, there’s been a bit of a storm brewing over the last few years in a less expected city in the Midlands though, with a bunch of underground clubs cementing their dedication to dnb, dub, grime and everything else we love, in Leicester itself. The two universities here supply an ample student population of around 32,000 students. So after noticing this niche for a night to open up, two friends got together in a makeshift bedroom/office and decided to bring underground music to Leicester for good. Beastwang was born.

I got together with Nico the Beardo (the main man operating) before the Beastwang night on the 14th of August to discuss the ups and downs over the past two years in getting to where they are now. Considering that the initiative is only nearing its second birthday, having 43k followers on Twitter is pretty impressive. This is turn means that over the last year, they’ve been able to book a huge array of artists including DJs Kahn, Phaeleh, Sam Binga & Redders, Dub Phizix, Icicle, Sukh Knight and High Focus, and a matching amount of MCs like the Newham Generals, Big Narstie, Strategy, P-Money, D Double E and Footsie. A massive collective for an emerging scene no doubt.

This night saw the return of P-Money as the special guest of Meridian Dan, in the club Republic. Whilst not being one of my favourite clubs, Republic had the capacity needed for the turnout to catch these two MCs doing their thing on stage. After being hustled into the building by a massive entourage, Meridian Dan was initially a bit of a let down, firing a few tracks no-one had really heard of, but …read more

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OSM & Secretsundaze – Secretsundaze Closing Party: at Oval Space

By Byron

Summer is coming to a close and so are the Secret Sundaze parties, but not without one more at Oval Space. This time DJ Qu from New Jersey is back he also played at the opening party at Studio 338 in May. Also on the line up we have Lone from Nottingham coming with his (live) A/V show.

James Priestley and Giles Smith who are the resident dj’s and co founders are also bringing out there excellent record collection. Both have several years of dj’ing experience between them. Giles is one half of Two Armadillos, listen to some of there muscic below.

Do look out for more Secret Sundaze parties, there always suppling great vibes in London throughout the year. The rest of the line up is below.

For tickets click here

Lone (live) A/V show feat. Konx-om-Pax
Giles Smith
James Priestley

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Found: Ceremony Festival (Preview)

By Joe Franklin

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The start of September brings with it a slight shadow of sadness as both the summer and festival seasons draw to a close. However, there’s a silver lining to this depressing cloud in the form of Ceremony presented by Found in London this weekend. If your festival game hasn’t been up to scratch over the past few months, here’s your last chance to hit up a big one. Dip over to Finsbury Park this saturday (the 13th) as the line-up’s looking un-missable. Found have collated an eclectic assortment of talent from various underground genres promising to collectively wreck this debut electronic festival.

The guys over at Found have given the festival a chemical vibe, starting obviously with the logo Cr and the stage titles, and the shortening of every artists names to a chemical formula. I have to say we’re pretty excited over here. Eleven hours of music across six stages from hip-hop and grime to house and DnB in such an iconic venue, by a festival production squad that never fail to impress. With a line-up including Route 94, Flashmob, Roy Davis Jr, Kidnap Kid, Woz, Skepta & JME, Preditah, Plastician, and a two-hour Todd Terry hip-hop set (who knew?) amongst many others, make sure you get your ticket sorted for the weekend. Check out the full line-up below.

One thing that has me exceptionally intrigued about this festival is the tagline… ‘The New Order Is Here’. It’s either an acknowledgement to the assembly of artists reaching from different areas and eras, or a silent nod to the fans that have been waiting for this to happen for as long as they can remember. Either way I’m pretty eager to find out.

For more info such as a breakdown of stages, the Egg after party or to buy one of the last 350 tickets, hit up their website or facebook here.

Not one to be missed guys, see you there! #Ceremony

Peace, Franklin.

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Foreign Concept – Make Meals EP

By Hanna

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Critical Music drops its 77th release this week with the much anticipated ‘Make Meals EP’ from label patron Foreign Concept. This resourceful producer, who got heads nodding with the wonky half-time beast of ‘Mob Justice’in 2011, has consistently laced the drum and bass scene with a peppering of stand-alone tracks, each markedly distinct from the last. Upon hearing CRIT077, it becomes evident that Foreign Concept has upped his game with ‘Make Meals’; serving up a finely crafted six track EP that neatly encapsulates the versatility and ingenuity of this Bristol-dwelling talent.

In a similar vein to ‘Mob Justice’, Foreign Concept consummates his flair for combining a love of classic nineties hip hop with drum and bass on the weighty lead track ‘Make Meals’. His ambitious and inclusive approach to production shines through with this potent slice of hip hop infused drum and bass. Sharply veering from a frenetic infusion of slowed funk breaks and hip hop vocals into delicious half-time switches; this track packs enough of a punch to whip the floor into a state of frenzy in only a few bars.

Intent on referencing the full spectrum of his influences, Foreign Concept set about writing ‘When You’re Alone’ to create a “straight up heads down roller” as a finishing touch to round off the edges of the EP. This contagious dance floor classic-in-the-making smacks of effortless class, with a soulful vocal hook that’ll stick in your head for days. Critical Music label boss, Kasra played the tune out the very evening it had been completed, and after a rapturous crowd response, they knew that the EP was finished.

Followers of the Critical Music insignia have recently come to enjoy his collaborations with vocal artists, with the likes of T-Man on ‘Tag Team’ and DRS on ‘Falling Stars’ to name a few. Track three on the Make Meals EP is the dreamy ‘Endless Fade’, featuring the hauntingly beautiful vocals of Brighton based talent, Naomi Olive. The producer’s dedication to detail and dimensionality is reflected with the use of a full vocal and live instrumentation that earns the track a refreshingly organic tone, less often heard in the high-output of today’s drum and bass culture.

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Horizons Music – ‘Ten Years’ Album Party’ – Plan B – 5/9/14

By Nick

After their first night at Plan B – London in July, Horizons return to Plan B, London. A celebration of 10 years of Horizons Music. Line up is sure to be fresh featuring Horizons Music artists.

If you purchase an advanced ticket with CD, you will be able to pick up your cd and leave with it on the night. This is how you will get the album first!

Jubei B2B Loxy (90 MINS) [METALHEADZ]
Digital B2B Spirit [HORIZONS]
& More.

Plan B London

Horizons Music

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Handra – Coat Of Dust/Stay Away ABREC06

By Infra


In a scene filled with huge long standing labels such as: Ram, Metalheadz and Renegade Hardware, who have all entered their third decade, it can be difficult for young labels to break through and make themselves heard. One such label that is achieving this is Addictive Behaviour, who have already started to make a name for themselves in their first year of releasing music. Their next release comes from a couple of guys to watch out for in the future; they go by the name of Handra and they’ve been making some waves throughout the scene with their deep rolling style.

Handra’s latest single is receiving support from the likes of: Lenzman, Hydro, Loxy, Technimatic, Dabs and Riya just to name a few, and it’s easy to see why. The A side “Coat Of Dust” is an elegant deep roller that possesses a beautifully flowing dark liquid feel. A gentle sea breeze washes over the drums on the intro before they are swapped out for the long grooving bass line; both elements then join forces for the smooth but satisfying drop. The longing vocal cry completes the vibe on the track and becomes a vital element of the breakdown, helping to ease things up before the slightly and subtly more aggressive second drop.

Handra’s diversity shines through on the flip side with a much darker piece in “Stay Away”. Strong drums finished with ominous lone notes build a haunting intro, which is completed by a dark creepy vocal sample. A hard hitting punchy bass line comes in on the drop, accompanied by a rough electronic growl. They’ve really managed to maintain the track’s eerie vibe on the breakdown with creaking doors and sharp exhales of air; real classic horror movie stuff. No let up on the second drop either, that bass line keeps running strong till the end, finishing off an excellent release with both tunes fighting for that A side spot. I’m definitely gonna be rinsing this one for a while

This Polish duo is definitely going to be one to keep an eye on in the near future. Check out their 2014 promo mix below and head on over to addictive behaviour to bag a copy of the release.

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Blackhill Drum & Bass Sessions – 7/11/14

By Nick


The Blackhill Production crew are holding their first Drum n Bass event @ Cinnamon Kitchen & Anise in the Heart of the Capital 2mins from Liverpool St Train Station on 7/11/14.

As the need for Underground Drum n Bass music grows, the Blackhill crew have selected some of the most diverse talented up & coming dnb artists in the scene, from lable producers to Radio DJ’s, each has there own musical style and perception of Drum n Bass music. Be prepared for an abstract approach to the music scene with every DJ playing a different selection and not just the top of the pops.

This is a night where the Music really does the talking, no mc’s just pure beats and bass.

We have our own 10k Sound System for this event as we all know you need to hear every element in Drum n Bass Music!!

DJ’s :













**** KONTRABAND ****





**** JC ****



**** PLASTIKS ****





**** SOUNDIA ****




£5 entry (Tickets at the door) 9-3am over 18′s I.D.required
playing the best in cutting edge
Drum n Bass music for more info
or tune in to WWW.RUDEFM.COM

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