Tim Healey is back with an unmissable club weapon of single to launch his new label.
UK based Nuphlo re-invents global dance and bass music. Nuphlo’s new album Digital Culture Clash oozes of breakbeat and Jungle and ambient references with his trademark contemporary bass twist. Crisp, slick and deep.
Ed Solo and Deekline have spent the better part of two decades at the forefront of bass music. Not only have they been champions of the most raw and dirty beats, many would go so far as to say they are some of the architects of the ragga Jungle sound. These two bad boys have consistently pushed the envelope in new and exciting ways, and are steadfast in their ability to look into the future while always paying homage to their roots. They’re legendary for their skanky riddims as the low end technicians behind classic tunes like “Bad Boys” and “King Of the Bongo.”
After they dropped ‘Hands of Time’ alongside the Wideboys earlier this year, RatPack – Legends of rave and masters of the old skool are back with their long awaited full length album, ‘The (co)LabRats’
Tyke’s been raking up the EP’s since signing exclusively to Playaz back in 2013 and number 6 doesn’t disappoint. They Must Come is raw underground Drum & Bass at its finest. Continue reading
Dub FX goes back to his roots for his latest single, Listening. A raw dub & reggae influenced vibe that see’s Australian Dub FX draw from his original influencers. Continue reading
Sahida Apsara is an Australian poet, songwriter, rapper, dancer and arts educator. Born in Singapore, coming from a half Indian/half Malay background, Sahida travelled the world from the age of 20 before settling in Australia 7 years later. Continue reading