DNB Dojo Podcast #41 – Mar 2020

In these uncertain and slightly surreal times we could all use some distractions, and with that in mind Hex is back with a fresh selection of D&B. New cuts inside from VRUM, Data 3, Nickbee, Lux, Special Victims, InsideInfo and many more, plus a brand new track from Hex himself.

As always you can check out the podcast via Soundcloud below or head to Youtube or iTunes to stream. You can also grab a download from Google Drive.

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Premiere: Forbidden Society – Dreamcatcher

Crunching bass textures on a dark and minimal new cut from Forbidden Society! Taken from his forthcoming Liminal Point LP, this one strips things back to the bone, with stark drum rhythms punctuated by sharp breakbeat assaults, powered along by groaning bass howls. Watch out for the album coming April 16th…

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Premiere: VRUM – Move

Experimental vibes on today’s premiere, with VRUM bringing an epic sound to his new single for Subplate Recordings. Burial-esque vocal manipulations, sweeping synths and an insistent drum line combine for a track that feels ethereal…emotional stuff. Look for this one coming Mar 20th…

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Premiere: Khords – Sunday View (feat. Burns)

Context Audio take things a bit less rolling than usual for their latest VA release, delving into the realms of halftime, autonomic and experimental 170. Today’s premiere comes from that release; Khords teams up with the mysterious Burns for an evocative journey through sparse drum rhythms and dubbed out sounds. Hit up the Context Audio Bandcamp to grab the Per Ardua II LP right now; all other stores follow on Mar 13th.

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DNB Dojo Podcast #40 – Feb 2020

Sneaking in just in time for the end of the month, Hex delivers the February podcast with 75 minutes of brand new music including cuts from Break, Ancient Radius, Philth, Kidsan and many more. There are also unreleased dubs inside from Boredome, Livid Cheese, MAE917, Howler, Layton, Plasmer and Hardnocker so watch out for those!

As always you can check out the podcast via Soundcloud below or head to Youtube or iTunes to stream. You can also grab a download from Google Drive.

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Premiere: Sigrah – One Revolution

Today’s premiere comes from US artist Sigrah, taken from his forthcoming (and very personal) debut LP This Is Letting Go. Written in the forests of Washington state, One Revolution goes deep, incorporating elements of dub, jungle and ambient for a floaty and atmospheric slice of 170BPM business. Watch out for the track dropping Feb 28th, with the full album following on Mar 13th.

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Q&A: Grym [Onset Audio]

Seattle-based imprint Onset Audio have carved quite a niche over the past 12 years, leading the charge of deep, dark and experimental music on the fringes of the 170 spectrum. The label drop their two-hundredth release next month so we thought it was high time for a chat with label boss Grym about the release and all things OA…

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DNB Dojo Podcast #39 – Jan 2020

Hex touches down with 53 mins of fresh D&B for the first podcast of 2020! Beats inside from Skylark, Ill Truth, MuzG, Henry, Tim Reaper, Special Request and more…check it.

As always you can check out the podcast via Soundcloud below or head to Youtube or iTunes to stream. You can also grab a download from Google Drive.

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Premiere: Sun People – Stumble & Grow

Through These Eyes return with another cracking vinyl release featuring jungle-inflected experimentalism, this time from Sun People! Stumble & Grow is a warm and vibrant journey through pulsating breakbeats, subtle acid lines, bassline swells and soft, serene sampling. Wicked tune! Look out for the EP coming Jan 31st via Bandcamp…

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DNB Dojo Podcast #38 – Dec 2019

We finish off 2019 with 90 minutes of brand new music as Hex serves up the last podcast of the decade! Beats inside from Option, SD, Drumcatcher, dgoHn, Tellus, Phonograph and many more.

As always you can check out the podcast via Soundcloud below or head to Youtube or iTunes to stream. You can also grab a download from Google Drive.

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