MoMa Ready has shared his new album, which lands under the moniker Gallery S.
Self-titled, and disinterested in copying anyone's musical identity, the full works are available on Bandcamp, and touch on everything from jungle, roots and dub to house and techno.
Drum & bass artist Phil Robinson lives what some might consider the ideal producer’s life. Working as a private music production tutor, he spends his days in his home studio tinkering with his own tracks, and then using his wealth of knowledge to help aspiring artists better theirs. It’s rewarding, naturally, but also perfectly suits with his prolific workrate.
Timedance boss Batu is curating a new festival in 2020, En Masse.
The Bristol-based UK techno and bass don is taking charge of programming for the small capacity event, which will take place close to Abergavenny, Wales, running 12th - 14th June next year, with the intention of offering something "different to a lot of the more corporate operations we are all used to."
London-via-Birmingham's Barely Legal is a mainstay of the UK scene. An artist who has been at the forefront of the underground bass world for almost a decade, the DJ and label owner has spent 2019 playing gigs everywhere from Munich to Ibiza, and performed at Croatia’s Hideout, Creamfields, and Snowbombing. As the year winds down, Barely Legal is finishing up her Pretty Weird tour, a label affiliated party series, which has been touring the country since August.
For Point Blank’s latest track breakdown video they joined Suitman Jungle at his home studio in East London to see exactly how he creates his high-octane, live drum-infused tracks.
It has been a month of difficult decisions for many. Not least the DJ Mag team, who had to try and figure out how to rank events in order of importance for what’s looking like the strongest month for UK clubs we’ve seen in some time.