One of our favourite imprints returns to the Dojo premiere spotlight; The Dreamers are back at it and this time we’ve got the exclusive on Manic Culture from London producer Trex. Harnessing a bubbling synth melody and playful basslines against a backbone of 2-step D&B goodness, this one sizzles along nicely. Watch out for the EP coming 4th December exclusive at Beatport…
Taking influence from the early Moving Shadow, Metalheadz and Good Looking sound, Feijai’s new EP for The Dreamers took us straight back to the 90s sound when it landed in the Dojo inbox. Naturally we had to pick the man’s brains on his influences, so here are the top five classic tunes from the Midlands-based producer…
One of Milan’s most exciting producers returns to Neve’s The Dreamers imprint this month with a big new EP and we’ve got the exclusive on title track Nightcore. Bringing together euphoric synth lines, rapid-fire percussion and a frenetic energy. 25% footwork, 25% jungle, 25% bass, 25% rave…100% banger! Look for the Nightcore EP at all good digital stores from October 23rd.
Today’s exclusive comes from one of favourite labels as Neve’s The Dreamers gears up to release a summery VA compilation entitled Dream Cycle. Enjoy brings the classic jungle vibes on Contours, blending jazz influences, twinkling melodies and chunky chopped up breaks for a wicked slice of rave euphoria. Yes yes! Look for this dropping August 11th at all the usual digital outlets.
Our latest mix comes from a fresh signing to Neve’s The Dreamers Recordings, Italian producer Frame! Showcasing the forward thinking sound of his new EP for The Dreamers alongside other label cuts and beats from the likes of Frederic Robinson, Sinistarr, Fixate, Spectrasoul and Commix, Frame has delivered a fine blend of future jungle, classic rollers and bassy bangers. Sick selection!
Neve’s The Dreamers imprint continues their impressive run of releases with a sick new single from Italian production trio Fractale. Listen serves up more of that 20/20 style bassy halftime swagger we’ve been enjoying so much over the last few months, with laid back beats and serious low end weight a plenty. Check it!
Lynch Kingsley is back with two more fantastic slices of his crossover footwork-jungle badness for Italian clubnight-cum-record label The Dreamers, and once again is funky-ass choppage at it’s finest.
Whether it’s on the frantic vibes of Mute Bliss or the slightly more laid-back halftime syncopations of Secret Dream, Lynch’s latest work finds him on fine form once again! Check out the clips below and grab yourself some tasty breakbeat business from your favourite digital outlet.