Liquid fans should definitely recognise the name on this guest mix! Emerging as one of the brightest talents in rolling, melody-focused production, Henry’s work has seen release on Celsius, Fokuz, Bay 6, Default and Glitch Audio over the last few years. His mix delivers exactly what you’d expect; deep, emotional D&B selections featuring the likes of Leniz, Askel, Echo Motion and Alix Perez. Beautiful stuff!
Canada’s Madusea steps up with a dark and techy selection for our latest guest mix, featuring dubs of his own alongside beats from the likes of Arxiva, Klinical, Data 3, Circuits and Nymfo. Modern, full-roll D&B at it’s sharpest; check it!
Smooth liquid goodness from Twintone on the latest release from Default Recordings. Warm bass, rolling breaks and soft, serene melodies; a perfect track to forget about the troubles of the world. Look out for this coming April 20th at all good digital stores…
Default Recordings return later this month with a new VA LP featuring a diverse selection of new tracks from the label’s roster, and we’re hyped to have the exclusive on Coolhand Flex & Effekttz collab Project X! Bringing an old school sampling aesthetic and hints of jungle to the techstep template, this is a big bad dark roller done propa! Look out for the LP dropping May 28th at all the usual digital stores.
Conrad Subs returns to Default Recordings next month with another pair of old school techstep rumblers and we’ve got the exclusive on lead track Streets of Rage! Powered along by a driving bass rhythm and peppered with massive reese tears and distorted amens, this one is pure dancefloor destruction with an edge of funk; yes Conrad! Look for the single at all good stores from April 2nd.
Our latest exclusive comes from Ipswich producer Conrad Subs as he lands on Default Recordings with a dark and dangerous new tune, Hatred. Big sub hits, tight drum programming and plenty of scuzzy low end give this one maximum impact! Look for the release dropping Nov 6th…
Time for another DNB Dojo exclusive premiere as we present the sublime liquid euphoria of DJ Ransome’s Unite As One. Taken from the Night Route EP, watch for this dropping September 26th on Default Recordings!
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Default Recordings crew member West comes to the DNB Dojo decks for the latest in our exclusive mix series, and the selections don’t disappoint! Seguing seamlessly between tech and liquid, the mix features new cuts from LSB, Chroma, Calibre and Eastcolors alongside fresh Default dubs and a handful of classics. Fiya!
Eastcolours, Traffic & Noel – Dreams VIP
Calibre – The Sweet
Dabs & Cern – Hell Rose (Villem & Mcleod Remix)
Atic – Reality Sound
LSB – Snap Funk
L-Side – Starways
Phil Tangent feat. Steo – Bedouin
LSB – XLRS
Total Science – Whoonga (Chroma Remix)
FD – Ice 690
BTK – Try
NC-17 vs. The Voss – Pull Up
Naked Objects – Thank You
SpectraSoul feat. Lily McKenzie – Shelter VIP
LSB – Loop of Love
Eastcolours – Mad Day (Ed:it Remix)
Projekt – A New Age VIP
Calyx & Teebee – Long Gone
Saxxon feat Jon Scott – Never Give Up
Commix – Painted Smile
BCee – Typical Description (Calibre Remix)
Cern & Dabs – Leverage
Paul T & Edward Oberon – Tempt
Sweet & Sikka – You Ain’t
Ed:it – Radio Ghetto Soul
FD – Change Please
Phil Tangent – Affinity
The latest from Default Recordings sees a true Junglist soldier returning to the label’s output. Cool Hand Flex has a discography stretching back to 1991 and he’s picked up some knowledge along the way, to say the least.
Burn It Up and Thru The Storm both carry an old school production style, bringing to mind old Full Cycle records and early Metalheadz. Aptly chosen samples, simple but effective basslines and chunky breaks are the order of the day here, and the results are pretty tasty. Check out the clips below and look for this at digital stores from July 13th.
Default return with two new beats from label co-runner West. Dark Soul provides a solid slab of dancefloor worthy D&B combining melodic elements with rougher bassline sounds, but for us it’s all about the more soulful vibes of Where You Are. Check out the clips below and look for this at digital stores from April 27th.