Welcome to the Nasty kingdom. Berlin-based producer Nasty King Kurl has been releasing music since 2017 on imprints such as Serious Trouble and 777 Recordings. His background is firmly rooted in modern hip hop and incorporates a lot of live elements into his performances. This feeds into his productions, mixing an often time hectic soundscape
Feels pretty surreal to be writing about festivals again, but here we are thankfully! London’s Waterworks Festival will be making a splash this year for it’s debut edition on the 25th September. Adding an extra stage and capacity to the already mammoth billing, they have added the likes of Anetha, Skee Mask, OK Williams, NIKS,
Taipan Trax is a fresh new label founded by Leeds based producer Phasmid. Kicking off the imprint with a killer compilation, Taipan Trax Vol. 1 features producers from up and down the UK, all spinning their own style on the dark and wonky sounds of the underground – mainly spanning across bass, rave and breakbeat.
A sizzlin’ hot UKG and breaks mix from Rotterdam’s very own DJ Crisps. With releases, Riz La Teef’s South London Pressings and Bristol label Time Is Now, DJ Crisps returns with three original dubs that blur the lines between garage, hardcore and breakbeat. ‘Music Is My Life’ lands on Cheeky Music Group on the 20th
The unstoppable transatlantic power force team up once again to kick off Banoffee Pies Records’ new white label series. Tim Reaper has firmly cemented himself as the go-to head within UK jungle and D’n’B scene over the last year, from the relentless output on labels such as Lobster Theremin, Hooversound and his own Future Retro
Take a glimpse into the future with Escaflowne’s vinyl debut for Fixed Rhythms. With previous releases on Haus Of Altr and Sorry Records alongside his all-killer-no-filler, self-released Bandcamp catalogue, Escaflowne has fast become one of the most exciting producers to watch out for. Whether he’s slinging breakneck electro or polyrhythmic wormholes, Escaflowne’s productions are versatile,
For the third edition of our Refuge Worldwide residency, co-founder Dr. Blowfin shares the baddest tunes that he found in the months of May and June and keeps saying things like ‘Come on England’ and ‘+3’… Untitled #909 · Refuge Worldwide x Untitled 909 – Dr. Blowfin
Take a walk through the swamps with this nail-biting mix from Bristol’s Robin Stewart, starting with murky downtempo chuggers, building in anticipation as the mix lends itself into the boisterous side of his mixing style featuring big room weapons from the likes of Clouds, Juan Sanchez, LSDXOXO and Slacker. A masterclass of suspense. “It’s a
DJ Winggold goes deep on Afrofuturism for the Untitled 909 residency on Refuge Worldwide.
Enter the elusive Ghost Phone. The finest purveyor of sensual chopped ‘n’ screwed cuts, this Bristol label has fast become iconic in its own right. Known for taking your favourite r’n’b slow jams, dancehall bops, and rap trax and giving em a full-on Ghosty re-rub, as well as their 100% mixtape series – deep dives