General Levy needs no introduction, just shout ‘Booyaka booyaka’ at any rave and listen to the roar of the crowd chanting ‘When the General ah pass’. Mix a legend like this with a true Italian underground soldier Bonnot (Multi award winning artist who DJ’s & produces for Dead Prez) and you really can expect music of the highest grade for all Junglist dem.
Maxim has already established himself as one of the world’s most renowned rock stars. Now, the Prodigy frontman has begun a new musical endeavor, unleashing his solo-project’s unique brand of trap, including his new single '808' from his debut Animal Anger EP.
Sin City Recordings was created in 2009 by Hatcha & N-Type, two pioneering Dubstep DJ's from Croydon, the birthplace of the Dubstep sound. Following the successful club night it was decided to create a label to represent the best of Dubstep and underground bass music worldwide.
Following the release of lead single 'Wolf' earlier this month, which was described as"a densely populated collection of 808s and fervent percussion that gets more interesting with every listen" (Dancing Astronaut) and "an aggressive, hip-hop-leaning trap sort of sonic affair” (Insomniac Mag), Maxim teams up with Do Androids Dance to unveil Animal Anger's second hard-hitting single 'Phase Me'.
Fever is running red at the OTR HQ today as we can finally send you the lead single from Maxims brand new ‘Animal Anger EP’, a fierce and fiery anthem titled 'Wolf'. Laced with Cianna's empowering vocal ballads about going out on your own into the world and making something of yourself, Wolf's message is truly synonymous with what Maxim is doing as he embarks on this new DJ project.
13-15 September 2014 see's the next BPM at Birmingham's NEC complex and this year both Jay & Terry have been asked to speak on panels so if you are attending make sure you go check out their wise words of wisdom.
Andy Smith is no stranger to curating and mixing compilations. His 1998 ‘The Document’, a multi-genre mix album, is considered a defining musical moment of a generation. Of course, you may know Andy’s work as the seminal band Portishead’s tour DJ and record digger for their first 2 albums.