Austrian duo Reinhard Rietsch and Markus Wagner, otherwise known as Camo & Krooked are arguably the one of the hottest duos in Europe.
A man like Armin van Buuren needs no introduction. The Dutch legend has been the undisputed king of Trance for many years and continues to be the overlord of trance and progressive.
Something of a rarity in today’s fast moving music culture, Truth have managed to both stick to their roots and yet remain highly in demand as touring DJs throughout their career, cementing them as one of New Zealand’s finest creative exports. Since the act’s inception in 2007, Andre Fernandez and Tristan Roake have cut a clear pathway through the international dubstep and bass music scene.
Norwegian producer Rootkit is changing the way we look at young musicians. While we assume that any teenager achieving success before their twenties must have had a serious musical background, Rootkit or better known by his friends as Kashif, is virtually self taught. After tinkering on programs such as FL Studios and Ableton, Rootkit eventually solidified his sound into something that can only re...
Metrik, is one of Hospital Records’ biggest assets. His aptitude for creating soul-stirring drum and bass is something many producers can only dream of. His debut album captured his songwriting flare and advocated a message I wholeheartedly support; that music is a universal language.
Boiler Room and Budweiser continue their Indian sojourn, with a special focus on house music in a city that loves its dance music.
Dutch trio Noisia have been the biggest influencers in the drum & bass parameter. They are the undisputed kings in a triplicate of hard-edged drum and bass. A trio consisting of members Nik Roos, Martijn van Sonderen and Thijs de Vlieger from Groningen, Netherlands, they produce a wide variety of music including drum and bass, dubstep, breakbeat and house.
Roni started on the path of production when he was thrown out of school aged 16, but music had always been a part of his life. From Bristol youthclub parties, the foundational moments of jungle and drum’n’bass, to transforming underground electronic music into something that could be played by a live band on the biggest arena and festival stages, Roni Size has done it all.
As bass music fanatics, we have had our own little history when it comes to records that have inspired us. Here are some classics that give us bone chills EVERYTIME we listen to it.
London duo MANT bring an eclectic range of influences to the table, from Talking Heads to Booka Shade to Daft Punk, and have molded these into their own unmistakable brand of groundbreaking club music.
Frankee is part of a new wave of producers to hit hit the scene in recent months. Although a new face to many, Frankee’s history spans back more than a decade of dedication and hard graft from when he was first introduced to Drum & Bass via his older brother at the age of 13.
Dutch trio Noisia have been one of biggest influencers in the game. Known for their razor sharp production techniques and monstrous DJ sets, Noisia have been the most profile acts to emerge in the last decades.