Twenty years deep in the music industry and channelling a deep knowledge of all things D&B, pyxis’ forays into production over the last two years have established her as one of the scene’s best up and coming liquid producers. With releases for Goldfat, Soul Deep, Eloisa and Liquid Drops plus her excellent work on the Headsbass / Beats in Mind project we jumped at the chance to get a guest mix!
As you’d expect this one is melodic vibes through and through, the perfect soundtrack to the current crop of sunny weather here in the UK. Smooth and rolling, just how we like it! As always you can check out the mix via Soundcloud below or head to Youtube or iTunes to stream. You can also grab a download from Google Drive.
Goldfat deliver the goods once again for today’s exclusive as the label celebrate their 25th release! Taken from Full Fat 01, a compilation album brimming with soulful cuts, Digital Native delivers a characteristically smooth roller full of crisp drums, subtle piano melodies and warm bass vibrations. Check it out and be sure to pre-order the album ahead of the March 19th release!
Deliciously deep liquid goodness on today’s exclusive, as Goldfat welcome Kublai to their fold! Delicate piano and strings and a classy rolling break give life to an emotive composition…beautiful work. This one drops Nov 27th at all the usual outlets.
We continue our label showcase series with a deep dive in the Goldfat archives! Started as an outlet for Mitekiss’s solo productions, but quickly expanding to encompass other producers’ work, Goldfat has proved itself a top-shelf purveyor of classy liquid goodness over the last five years. Read on for our favourites from the ‘fat…
Easy & Geeks land on Mitekiss’s Goldfat Records imprint for their latest outing, and we’ve got the exclusive on Shoreless! Treading a tightrope between dark dancefloor roller and liquid beauty, this one certainly packs enough punch for the club but retains that soul we’ve come to expect from Goldfat. Watch out for this one coming Apr 24th…
Newcomer producer pyxis delivers her debut EP for Goldfat this month and we’re very pleased to have the premiere of Arrow for your Monday listening! Sparkling piano and uplifting melodies on the intro give way to sharp drums and bassline fizz at the drop…a warm liquid blanket ready for winter. Watch out for the release coming Dec 13th at all good digital stores!
Today’s exclusive comes courtesy of Mitekiss’s consistently excellent Goldfat imprint with a typically subtle liquid roller from UK producer Telomic. Taking a few leaves from the book of genre-master Calibre, this one is simple, elegant and effortless, airy pads and beautiful piano layered over warm bass and precision breaks. Absolutely lush. Check it out and watch for the release dropping Dec 1st.
Goldfat Records are back with another pair of characteristically smooth and emotional D&B rollers as PIN returns for his third release for the label. Walk Into The Sun delivers melancholy pads, a subtle but rugged basslines and rolling breaks for a tune that you’ll easily lose yourself in.
Label boss Mitekiss provides a slightly more upbeat remix of the tune on the flip, retaining the twinkling piano and reverb drenched vocals but switching up the bass and percussion underpinnings.
This one’s out right now at Beatport, and for more from the label be sure to check out their latest mix from Mr Porter below.
2016 is already looking like a great year for drum & bass, so without further ado we’ll be taking a look at some of the worthy releases that have hit the Dojo inbox so far this year. Read on for new beats from Genotype, PIN, Sully and more… Continue reading →
Since impressing us with his release last year for Sub:mission Audio, Croydon-based producer Mitekiss has busied himself setting up a liquid imprint of his own in the form of Goldfat Records. Having released two singles of his own material, the label doors have been thrown open to welcome East Londoner Pin to the Goldfat family.
Sticking to the label’s deep liquid aesthetic, Solitude provides the more dancefloor focussed yet still deep and melancholy roller, while When We Were eases back on the gas in favour of softer beats and shimmering, IDM-style synth leads which are drenched in reverb and beauty in equal measure. Blissful stuff. Check out the clips below and watch out for the release dropping August 22nd.