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.
Transatlantic link ups don’t get much rowdier than this. Atlanta’s Sporty O and the UK’s own Specimen A, are both prolific and successful artists in their own rights, but this meeting of musical worlds is sure to push the guys to the next level.
N-Type & Surge collaborate again to bring you another genre breaking EP that pushes the boundaries of 140bpm / Dubstep / bass music. Their ethos in the studio is to break from the ‘norm’ an experiment freely with Groove, melody & bass whilst injecting influences from their roots.
Straight outta Bristol, Run Tingz unleash their biggest, boldest and most confident manoeuvre to date; Run Tingz Originals Volume 1. Building on their already mind blowing back catalogue, the UK’s leading Ragga Jungle imprint digs deeper into the scene’s inherent foundations with the first in a series of contemporary musical compositions.