Julian Shamou is an artist who has been shaped heavily by both his personal struggles and the Detroit party scene in the ‘90s. Julian played a key role in the formation of Ghettotech as a genre as opposed to solely a style of DJing.
Bristol based Sandy aka Seppa (formerly known as Duskky) is back on Wonk#ay Records with this absolute flamer of a track ‘I Take It Back’ as a free download! Seppa is best known for his impeccable neuro sound design, chunky drums, interesting sampling and 'lowslung' grooves.
The mysterious duo recently released their 11 track debut 'Wanderland', An album that encompasses the journey they have been through and somehow manages to transfer these chaotic, yet oddly liberating emotions to the listeners.
Here at Rendah Mag, We are no strangers to the work of Jon1st & Shield. In recent years, these two madmen have been crushing the scene with their incredible live performances, and doing so have worked up quite the reputation.
Canadian producers ‘Dope’ are back with a 6 track EP full of huge beats & bass that just released on Saturate Records. Expanding their discography, the underground duo showcase their sound once more, exploring the possibilities of bass music.
I’m ashamed to admit that I’ve come into contact with Deft’s music not too long ago, by ways of ‘Emeralds’. I, the musical layman that I was, was trying to get a decent footwork collection and after adding 'Emeralds', didn’t really delve too deep into Deft himself.
Portuguese producer Razat sadly passed away recently. If you didn't know Razat, he produced dark, glitchy bass music. He had releases with many of the biggest labels in the scene, namely Division, Saturate, Flexout Audio and he often released independently which gained him a solid following.
VALE returns with the 'Dmitri's Table' Compilation, every track exists as a collaboration between 2 artists & each one a different BPM. Our very own Hajo Krijger shares some insights into some of his favourite tracks from the release.
The original track by Young M.A was released on July 3rd of this year. An interesting pick for Ivy Lab as I wouldn’t expect a song like this could ever be manipulated into a beats track, but they manage to put their spin on it nonetheless.