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Skream – “Mood To Funk”

Here’s a free release from the main man skream! What a great picture right?

Download it here for free without the guilt of illegally downloading it!!

Sergio Medes – Mas Que Nada (LAXX Remix)

When I first saw LAXX’s post on FB about this tune, I for some reason didn’t read the title of it. I just pressed play. When the sample first came in I was instantly hooked. LAXX has taken a Samba/Jazz classic and has made it truly club ready. There’s such great energy in the original tune, and the Oxford based DJ/Producer has accurately improved upon it. This tune is the first of his holiday giveaways so if you dig this one prepare yourself for more. He just posted it up a few hours ago, so get it while its hot!

Side note, the photo above is from LAXX and Farkas’ back to back set on Get Darker TV. Check it out here if you have an hour to spare, its a great set.

Biggin’ up LAXX as always, for more from him check his Facebook and Soundcloud.

Biome – “Back To Reality”

Biome is one of my favorite producers right now. He has such a deep dark sound that may seem quieter but is it ever bass heavy. This one is a bit more hype than his usual feel. Check out this UK producers tune entitled Back To Reality, its a dope one.

KSH – “Annihilate”

Skream and Benga just dropped this track annihilate tonight on BBC Radio 1. There’s clearly a reason why they selected it for their weekly show. This track is a huge 4×4 track that keeps a unique flavor (they can often sound the same). KSH a producer from the UK has created this massive tune keeping his unique style very present in the wobble patterns and the percussion. He also has recently released a free EP entitled the “Numbers EP” as a kind gesture to his fans which you can download here. This track is huge and I’m sure there is more to come from this guy.


Nawabi – March of the Daleks

This new song from Nawabi of San Francisco, California, entitled March Of The Daleks seems to be nothing but 100% appropriate to be the theme song for one of the most evil extra terrestrial mutants ever to make it to our television.  For those of you unaware of what a Dalek is, please read on…

“The Daleks are a fictional extraterrestrial race of mutants in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, created to be an emotionless “master race” bent on universal conquest and domination, utterly without pity, compassion or remorse. Various storylines portray them as having had every emotion removed except hate, leaving them with a desire to purge the Universe of all non-Dalek life. Occasionally they are shown as experiencing other emotions, primarily fear, although such occurrences are rare.” – Wiki

Skream – “Mood2Fuck”

Here’s a Skream track that I’ve never heard, I thought I’d share it with you all. It’s not quite as loud as some of his other tunes, but its still maintains the Skream heaviness. Apparently this tune been around for a while, so if you’ve heard it, why not take another listen. If you haven’t… why not take a listen. If you haven’t heard of skream, check out more of his tracks here.

Soap Dodgers “Rachel Went South/Belly” Release

Such a clean sound coming from these UK cats. This EP, which was just released on Wheel and Deal Records last night, has such a crisp and full sound to it. Both tracks which instantly make me want to dance, are definitely set for the club. Everything I’ve heard from the duo I’ve like so far, I’m interested to see where they go from here… expect big things. Check it!

Habstrakt – “Nasty EP”

I stumbled upon this producer as the ganjaologist and I were cruising through soundcloud. As soon as I heard one song I needed to hear the rest. We listened to the rest of his tracks on the page and every single one of them had an awesome sound to them. This EP in particular stood out to me because not only is each song amaazing but all of the tracks as a whole seem to really fit well together as an EP. Now I’m not gonna go off on a rant about this, but its too bad that the concept of an album is losing its spot it the music game. Anyhow if you have 10 bucks to spend, buy the EP (its cheaper if you’re buying mp3s). If you don’t, check out the tunes below. Very cool stuff. Big Ups to the french producer Habstrakt on this truly nasty EP.