‘Night Bass London’ EP brings blistering bass house to streamers’ speakers

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‘Night Bass London’ EP brings blistering bass house to streamers’ speakersNight Bass Shirt

Night Bass has bestowed three brand new bass house hitters on listeners via the release of Night Bass London [UKF10]. Comprised of just three cuts, Night Bass London [UKF10] keeps it sonically short and sweet, but nevertheless makes every second count. The EP kicks off with the gravelly bass technics of opening number, the Static-supplied, “Phlegmatic Dogs.”

Moving forward, “Phlegmatic Dogs” gives way to Nightline‘s underground-inflected “Shift K3Y.” Layered atop a driving bassline, the chopped, looping vocal cuts add a groovy sense of grit to the dark house showing.

Corrupt shoulders closing duties with the Raas-assisted “I Don’t Care.” The airy, atmospheric tones that accent the song’s opening seconds lend a static-y appeal to the track, but as streamers will indubitably agree, of all the electronic elements that work in harmony on “I Don’t Care,” it’s the undulating bassline that reigns supreme in the constructive context of the EP inclusion.

AC Slater x Champion – Diamonds

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AC Slater x Champion – DiamondsAC Slater Bass Culture

AC Slater and Champion have released a bass house heater, “Diamonds,” from UKF‘s fourth Bass Culture project. With haunting underlings laying the frame for old-school house percussion elements, ad libs fly through the track into alarming anticipation. The hook comes in hot, with groovy bass synths bouncing to house rhythms.

Slater has had quite the month, after releasing his Undefeated Champions EP off his own Night Bass records. Collaborating with artists such as Wax MotifChris Lorenzo, and Redlight, the label boss continues to show his prominence in the popular bass house realm.

In addition to his new single, AC Slater, also released a mix for Tiësto‘s CLUBLIFE podcast series. The mix can be found on the series’ SoundCloud page, as bass house heads will get their four-on-the-floor fix.

Good Morning Mix: Feint slows down for no one on UKF Podcast

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Drum & bass is in the air wherever UK producer, Feint, is found – his 2016 UKF Podcast not withstanding. The invigorating, female vocal-favoring, 45-minute segment is a technicolor whirlwind from all corners of the drum & bass spectrum, from deep liquid, to bouncy jump-up, to chaotic techstep. Feint packs a nostalgic punch in the melodic 99-track mix, with offerings from Pendulum, Sub Focus, Netsky, Metrik, and dozens of other masters of 160 BPM and above.

With releases on drum & bass authorities like Liquicity, Monstercat, and Subsphere, Feint’s smooth, melodic style has secured a spot on the the genre’s forefront.

UKF releases 2017 drum & bass compilation mix

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UKF rounded out 2017 with the release of a huge compilation mix of their hottest drum & bass tracks of the year, spanning 23 tracks of fast-paced ferocity.

Along with several of the label’s favorites of the year, the 31-minute compilation also contains four cuts that are exclusive to the mix: Hybrid Minds’ “Solitude,” Flite’s “Progression,” Memtrix‘s “Numb Eye,” and Hillsdom’s “Second Nature.” Listeners will find these jewels tucked in between standouts like Andy C‘s remix of Pegboard Nerds‘ “Speed of Light” and Camo & Krooked and Mefjus’ “Mandala,” making for a dynamic blend of all subgenres within the fast-paced world of drum & bass.

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Dawn Wall’s music is perhaps the closest humanity will ever get to the perfect liquid drum and bass sounds. Time and again, this mysterious group has amazed listeners with their uncanny, almost otherworldly mastery of drum and bass music — a fact that is immediately apparent when listeners hear their music for the first time.

The unstoppable group now has another flawless single to add to their growing collection, titled “Never Say.” Everything about this smooth single screams ‘perfection,’ from the ethereal vocals to the tranquil beat and bass line— even the haunting guitar sample in that resides in the track’s murky background.

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Dimension drops a drum & bass edit of Eric Prydz’s “Generate”

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There is no denying Dimension’s prowess as a quality Drum & Bass producer. That talented Englishman is currently a signee on MTA Recordings, and is no stranger to high profile remixes – having previously reworked Deadmau5’s classic single ‘Strobe,’ and Nero’s ‘Two Minds.’

His latest creation is a fantastic rework of Eric Prydz’s “Generate.” As is the case with remixing any hit single, preserving the soul of the original plays a critical role in determining the new version’s reception. Luckily, Dimension has absolutely nailed it with his tasteful edit, keeping the main melody and vocal samples virtually untouched, while adding in crisp percussion and deep bass lines- making for a gorgeous re-imagination of a modern dance classic.

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