Pendulum drummer extraordinaire, KJ Sawka, gives viewers a look inside his process in crafting his sweeping new drum ‘n’ bass track with Nitepunk and Mark The Beast on Circus Records, “Night Fall.”Hop behind the highly customized kit, as Sawka breaks down the ins and outs of tweaking a prophetic drum production. Sawka’s dexterous live demonstration highlights the level of intricacy and improbable complexity his ideas reach.
Since his trailblazing Pendulum efforts of the mid-2000s, Sawka has kept proactive in both his solo career and as one-third of Destroid, joined by Excision and Downlink. Have a look inside another thunderous, improvisation-privy masterpiece from the man himself.
Bass music’s most iconic drummer KJ Sawka previously teamed up with Hi I’m Ghost for the release of “WAT” on Kannibalen Records. Now they’re all back in gear, this time with a full EP that includes their first epic outing. As you’d imagine, their project Misfits is a huge statement for all parties involved, kicking
Trivecta has released Ghost of a Friend (feat. Koo). This release is a beautiful melody driven track that has an amazingly chill vibe. This is a perfect example of why I love Trivecta; not only can he break necks he can mend hearts. When he is not strumming his brains out on the acoustic, as
Lost Lands 2018 officially opens its gates tomorrow. There is no doubt that Excision and his team have poured thousands of hours of work into creating a one of a kind experience for attendees this year. That being said – we are still hearing about new surprises this late in the game! The most in
Get ready for twenty-tracks of pure bass filled, adrenaline pumping releases. Warpaint Records and Impossible Records are here to presents Blood Lines Vol. II, the heaviest album to come your way this year. Being the perfect way to follow up their first edition of Blood Lines, the new releases will take you on an adventure
Back in March, the Australian dance music group Pendulum, announced that they had been working on a 13-track remix album titled ‘The Reworks.’ The album would mark their first album release since 2011. With hinting of the album along the way, Pendulum officially released ‘The Reworks’ today with remixes from Skrillex, ATTLAS, Moby, Noisia, Skrillex,
Behind Pendulum and Destroid is the drummer KJ Sawka whose performances have rocked the world for many years. On his own, his productions have done the same, but this time around he enlists the help of Noya for “Rising Sun.” Released on Kannibalen Records, this dubstep single is a hot one, even by the esteemed