Top 100 Chart placements for UK Garage / Bassline
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PARKER., Ozzie Guven, Will Regan, Kreature, Sucasa, Nile Sinclair DOOZIE RECORDS follows the success of their debut release with a very first premium VA, FLAVERS (DR002) featuring a select crop of international talent. The aptly named FLAVERS builds on the work of the first EP, showcasing more of the label's staple house and garage sound. OZZIE GUVEN cuts the ribbon with tough rolling beats and driving bass, deftly packaged with expert vocal. Label boss PARKER follows with precision, incorporating rhythmic percussion and edgy enticing vocal, adding depth to a track that makes for peak-time bomb. WILL REGAN picks out the drums, served with a tasty breakdown, heads-down hands-ups chord structure and beautiful counterpoint. KREATURE on the breaks and choppy 909s; sounds of old school surge in this forward-thinking piece. Then it's SUCASA with some lovely filter work, teasing a playful, mischievous number, where sharp keys and snare do the damage. NILE SINCLAIR closes the package with big organ drives, faithful fx and masterful pace change throughout.
London's Dusty Dan delivers his debut EP on BangersOnly. It features a cross genre array of club tracks that have already gotten support from Jyoty (on her BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix), TSVI and Sicaria to name a few. Dan has a knack for blending genres - you'll hear traces of Techno, UK Bass, Reggaeton, Jersey Club and Grime all mashed together. Justin Jay, Frazer Ray & Sha Sha Kimbo reinforce the variety on the release with 3 eclectic remixes. The results on the dancefloor will speak for themselves
2023-12-01 Phonica Recordings
Daniel Avery, E-Talking, Paramida, Nyra, Gene On Earth, Dam Swindle, Huerta, Dauwd, System Olympia, Tim Reaper, Comfort Zone, Shy One, Toby Tobias, Willow, Dorisburg, KEISUKE, Peggy Gou, Midland, Felipe Gordon, Bob The Egoist, Harrison BDP, Eli Escobar, Kassian, Will Saul, Austin Ato, Secretsundaze, Ron Basejam, Harry Wolfman, Pional, Subb-an, Luther Vine, Kieran Jandu, Roman Flügel, Yak, Ninos Indigo, Escape Artist, Nuage, Justin Cudmore, Al Zanders, Earth Trax & Newborn Jr., Voodoos & Taboos, Lea Lisa, Art Crime, Asyncronous, Sad City
Peaky Beats Records Presents PBR008. Peaky Beats teams up with Japan's UKG emperor Stones Taro for a super special 4 track record spanning from smooth bouncey UKG on the A side. To slick ravey breakbeat acid, and landing in the relm of Dubstep on the B side.
Pets Recordings welcome GAZZI to our ever-expanding family of artists. Its been quite a year for the Madrid-based DJ/Producer. One that has seen him play his biggest events to date, including All Points East Festival, Billbao BBK, Primavera Sound, and DC 10 for Solid Grooves. A DJ that confidently straddles genres, GAZZI's dexterity also filters through into his own productions, as evident on his new EP for Pets. The deep, rise and fall of the toasty bass on lead track 'te robo un besito' hypnotises us immediately as it steals its kiss, before we're fully focussed on the shuffling garagey vibe of 'solo pienso en ti'. Final track 'cada vez' rounds out the EP with some two-step action and vocodered vocal which, whilst deep, hits hard. Every time.
The inaugural release on DJ Cosworth's self-releasing imprint. The label boss behind Hardline & Body High releases two tracks in true Cosworth style. 'In Da Dance' is a warping 140 bpm jungle techno track that rolls with constant energy and plays upon the use of vocal stabs and melodic bleeps. 'Hedkandi' is a 4x4 organ garage style hard house track with a rolling bassline. Both made for the damage in the clubs.
Founders of London party series and burgeoning label Tessellate, Max van Dijk and Oli Hiam have been fixtures within the UK capital and its world-renowned nightlife scene since their first event back in 2013, with the past decade seeing them build a leading event within the capital while evolving as residents to form their own duo, The Trip. Formed around a shared passion for quality records across the electronic spectrum, both new and old, the pair's last two releases have welcomed a wide range of support from artists such as Avalon Emerson, Paramida, Young Marco, Enzo Siragusa, Peach, Liquid Earth, Hamish & Toby and Conducta, to name a few. Returning following their excellent array of tunnelling and cosmic cuts across their 'Pacific Vision' EP towards the end of last year, the duo draw for their collections once more with niche samples and heavy inspiration coming from the UKG and Speed Garage worlds as they switch things up with five impactful cuts shaped for the floor. Opening with authority, 'Big Buzz' is a groove-led terrace anthem as rich rolling drums and resonant piano chords meet hooky vocals and heavyweight low-ends for a skippy anthem, while 'Who Got The Funk?' is a rowdy, boisterous and bubbling cut loaded with attitude. Heading up the B-side, 'Check One (Pavilion Mix) veers towards slightly darker realms as the track's snaking bassline meets punchy breaks, wiggling subs and resonant dub sirens, before 'Energy Rush' draws for those golden 90s tech house touches while upping the tempo and loading things with an abundance of speed garage elements for an impactful crowd mover. Digital purchasers also land a hot-to-handle exclusive as the pair revisit the A2 and drop their 'Reese Mix', paying additional attention to those no-nonsense sonics to really lay down a marker.
tracks and remixes from Steff Corner, Thiago Ávila, KuKs, Bassienda, Quadrini, Sweet Spot, Techneck, Two Smart, Bastig, CODE BREAKERZ, Busterkun, ERAM, DITSUO, Kidd Mike, MAKSI, Kidd Island, Miami Shakers, Hakala, Klassan, Pando G & DEEPSENSE, Two Smart Feat. Atomici, Crempton, Reeverb, DJ Nayr, Sha Ru, noVITALY, Maylina, Reoralin Division, Vela Music
Steff Corner, Thiago Ávila, KuKs, Bassienda, Quadrini, SWEET SPOT, Techneck, Deepsense, Pando G, Two Smart, Atomici, Crempton, Reeverb, DJ Nayr, Bastig, CODE BREAKERZ, Busterkun, Sha Ru, Reoralin Division, noVITALY, Maylina, Ditsuo, Kidd Mike, MAKSI, Kidd Island, Miami Shakers, Hakala, Vela Music, Klassan
Changing Channels is the new album from Pangaea, AKA Kevin McAuley, his first since 2016's acclaimed debut LP In Drum Play and a jolting reminder that functional doesn't mean complacent. The seven tracks here are galloping, infectious and hypnotic, capturing Pangaea's skill at constructing bangers that reflect an innate experimental tilt without sacrificing impact. Tested across his international DJ sets, and developed during a healing period of introspection, these cohesive tracks attack and retreat with an urgent and emphatic focus on the dancefloor, and a precision so undeniable as to seem predestined. Set for release October 6th, Changing Channels is the culmination of several years of exploration and refinement and has a natural home on Hessle Audio, the label McAuley co-founded in 2007. The album has formidable, unstoppable grooves - a key part of Pangaea's intentions as DJ and producer - and gleam like marble set against concrete: sleek yet rough, attractive yet abrasive. His music has always felt more twilight than dead-of-night, where mysterious elements can emerge without feeling like a threat, and that holds here, with a warmth permeating the darkness.
Dansu Discs enlist Groovy D for the 48th release of their ever growing, impressive back catalogue. The label goes back to it's roots with a 4 track EP entrenched in the sounds of UK club culture. The 'Deleted Scenes' EP kicks off with 'Feel Like U' featuring the vocals of Megan Wroe. A sub heavy, emotive garage leaning opening track thats given a Niche-esque bassline re-fix on the flip. The 4/4 rhythms continue on the EP's title track, this time of the speed garage variety. Ragga samples compliment the arpeggiated synths, bleeps and a classic bassbin shaking low end. The release wraps up with Brixton Dem as Groovy D serves up another party starter to close out another worthy addition Dansu's repertoire.
German producer Decoded Flows returns to Wot U Sayin? for a hazy late night stroll around the back alleys of your favourite city's clubs. Four tracks pulling your further and further into the evening through to the early hours as you look at your watch and wonder 'wait how is it 6 a.m. already....?
Prepare to embark on a musical journey with Mikey B, a visionary artist whose timeless album from 2008 to 2011 is a must-have for any bassline 4x4 enthusiast. Immerse yourself in the infectious rhythms and captivating melodies that have made Mikey B a household name in the industry. With his signature sound and undeniable talent, Mikey B's music will transport you to a world where the beats are irresistible and the energy is electrifying.From the moment you press play, you'll be hooked by the infectious energy and undeniable groove of Mikey B's classic album. Each track is a testament to his mastery of bassline 4x4 production, delivering a sonic experience that will leave you craving more. Whether you're a long-time fan or new to the genre, this album is a must-have addition to your collection. Let Mikey B's music be the soundtrack to your life and get ready to dance like never before
For our first remix single we are graced with a royal presence! When the Queen of Bassline herself Big Ang slid into our DM's asking for the stems for our second most popular track to date we know something very sick was about to happen. Here it is - L'adila's 'Ride the Waltzer' given the classic Big Ang intricate weaving and constantly flipping bassline treatment for your 1AM dancefloor enjoyment. More to come.. keep em peeled..
Berlin based, Harry Wills steps up on Dansu Discs by way of the 'Gazza 96' EP, complete with a remix from one the exporters of Frankfurt's cutting edge house sound, Tiago Walter. The EP kicks off with the titular 'Gazza 96'. The track effortlessly melds elements of UK garage, minimal, deep house with hip hop samples for a forward thinking interpretation of modern dance music long associated with Wills and his productions. 'Real' see's the EP move deeper with a bass from the bottom of the Atlantic and a drum programming not dissimilar to a late 90's speed garage record. 'Strollin' wraps up Wills 3 tracks, again you can hear the breath of influences on the producer with funky keys, a jacking bass line and intricate percussion being the stand out features of the track. Tiago Walter wraps up the impressive four tracker with a remix of the aforementioned 'Strollin'. He adds his imitable touch to the record, adding vocals and beefing up an already weighty bass to complete the package.
One of summer '22's sunshine-filled releases, DJ S.K.T and King Perryy's 'Move It' seamlessly blended UK house with Afrobeats for a feel-good dancefloor cut. Now one of UK dance music's most heralded names Toddla T steps up to remix duties, merging UKG flavours, steel drum rhythms and dreamy soundscapes for an unmissable release on D4 D4NCE. DJ S.K.T X King Perryy 'Move It' (Toddla T Extended Remix) Written by Stephen Kenny-Tempest & Anthony Offiah Produced by DJ S.K.T Vocals by King Perryy Remixed by Toddla T Additional Programming by Toddla T Synth Pads by Adrian McLeod Steel Pans by Josh Prescod Mixed & Mastered by Sam Chadburn Published by Ultra & Copyright Control P&C 2023 D4 D4NCE