Review: Central presents a unique recipe for the perfect DJ cake! Ingredients: 8'26'' of techno stepper, 5'45'' of masterful d'n'b and 4'05'' of ambient inner peace. Serve it hot with vanilla ice cream!!
Review: We can exclusively announce that Ice Cream Records have signed the bootleg mix of Ripgroove by Fixate, which went viral when Sherelle dropped it during her Boiler Room set to a HUGE reaction.
With over 3.5 million views across social media and counting Almost 22 years to the day since the original was released on Ice Cream Records and now part of the legendary Double 99 Double Pack
Watch this space.
Review: While he may have released a multitude of singles since making his debut on Metalheadz way back in 1995, "Full Circle" is only James Spratling AKA J Majik's second album (his debut full-length, "Slow Motion", was released in 1997). It's a fitting title, all told, because the majority of the ten tracks on offer recall the kind of punchy-but-dreamy jungle/early D&B fusion that marked out Spratling's earliest releases. That means a succession of killer cuts that wrap deep space chords, ambient synths and heady electronic melodies around bustling, jungle style breakbeats and booming, mind-altering basslines. It's a giddy, unashamed blast from the past, but one that's certainly in keeping with the D&B scene's current wave of misty-eyed nostalgia.