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 on: April 24, 2015, 13:17:10 
Started by Snoo - Last post by Block Party
http://www.biamf.co.uk/  Smiley

 on: April 24, 2015, 11:36:13 
Started by Snoo - Last post by Hooner
Is that Italian food place still open in St Nick's Market?

 on: April 24, 2015, 10:58:46 
Started by Snoo - Last post by Snoo
Is that still going? Nice.

(I meant the car thing, not this place)
Shh! Don't tell the mayor!

 on: April 24, 2015, 07:59:19 
Started by Snoo - Last post by Hooner
Is that still going? Nice.

(I meant the car thing, not this place)

 on: April 24, 2015, 07:40:37 
Started by Snoo - Last post by Snoo
 Two Thumbs

 on: April 23, 2015, 13:07:21 
Started by genom audio - Last post by JacobConner
Thats awesome Smiley Nice one dude

 on: April 22, 2015, 12:12:23 
Started by Alouette Street Rec - Last post by Alouette Street Rec
New EP
"MUD EP" by Yuuyu Aensland
Trap / Glitch / Bass Music

Yuuyu Aensland is the first girl Beatmaker & DJ of Alouette Street's artists and she's living in Makai (Pandemonium) near Japan.
Her productions are influenced by Trap, Glitch or Dubstep music.

New video
Ruff Enough - Killa P (Roll Deep) & Bobby Solo (uk) feat Edsik & Electricat
Grime / Rap / Hiphop

New free mp3
How I Living Honey Brow & Bobby Solo feat Edsik & Neotron
Dubstep / Rap / Hiphop

 on: April 20, 2015, 19:43:21 
Started by blandf - Last post by blandf

Terrene - Meek & Humble
With Remixes from Simon Shackleton & Benjamin Vial
Support from Dubfire, DJ Magazine, Dandi & Ugo, This Is Why We Dance,The Advent, John 00 Fleming, Global Dance Session, Markantonio,Joseph Capriati, Paco Osuna OFFICIAL, Sisko Electrofanatik, Andy Notalez, Anderson Noise, AnGy KoRe....

As most know, we at DPR love nothing more than introducing new talent and hooking them up with legendary artists too! Well on this release we have them in abundance!
Terrene is very much new by name but under his other guise, Gella, he's been making immersive, pulsating breakbeat & electronica for some years and to great effect, which has been championed the world over. With this education and acknowledgment in mind he's applied it to some majestic, dub-laden, tech house and techno that's crying out for the summer months!

'Meek & Humble' leads perfectly; with it's stripped back drumline starting proceedings, glacial synths tease it's way to an eager drop of huge techno bass. And what seems like a constant nod to Funk D'Void's or Laurent Garnier's progressive techno of old is subtely broken by an outstanding breakdown, with a nod to his ever-present dub tendencies. His second track, 'The Oldest Trick In The Book', is far from what the name suggests, it may exude mature proclivities but the production is truly futuristic throughout; great use of emotive keys set the tone with a thumping kick to start the tempo, before a grinding saw bass expands the track to really get the juices flowing. Then a series of constant and well executed twists and turns provide us with an awe-inspiring finish!

On remix duties, we have the great honour of bringing one of the most respected names in electronic music to the table, Simon Shackleton . Synonymous for his timeless work under the aliases Elite Force, Zodiac Cartel and countless other guises, recent times have seen Simon produce some of the most seraphic, momentous house music under his own name, and this has been applied with great effect to Terrene's 'Meek & Humble'. His signature drumline opens and rolls perfectly, before a warm rasping bass and clinical pads slip in. Then melodies take over with thoughtful precision whilst acidic stabs pulse to bring it home. An education in rapturous remixing.

And last but not least DPR patriarch Benjamin Vial changes things up in his studio (where he's applying the finshing touches to his first ever album) to apply a groove-laden take on 'Meek & Humble'. Maintaining the simplicity of the original he's indulged in a bit more acid house thinking with Roland-esque claps, snares and hats punching an popping . Finishing what is quite easily one of our proudest moments at DPR. Enjoy, indulge.

 on: April 20, 2015, 09:29:46 
Started by Silly TiNg tAnG - Last post by Silly TiNg tAnG
Heres eom fresh tropical dubby vibes for you to start the week with !


Large up all massive who di this freebie. If you could drop us a comment on soundcloud if you like the track, always appreciated !

 on: April 19, 2015, 23:11:53 
Started by Waltero - Last post by top cat

 Smiley back at work after easter break but it is all good as work is good
 Smiley cycling tomorrow, forecast to be sunny, getting fitter, try for 50 miles
 Smiley supposed to be spring now  Sad Smiley Huh
 Smiley had a nice gig the other day
 Smiley listening to Dave Brubeck's stuff a lot

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