DJ Mag has snagged the premiere of the title track from SpectraSoul’s new album, ‘The Mistress’, which is out today.
Featuring cushion-soft vocals from Dan Moss, ‘The Mistress’ is a delectable slice of liquid D&B that’ll satisfy even the most ardent bass aficionados, as Moss’ smooth vocals ride along a wave of balmy chords and rolling bass.
Dutch DJ/producer Jeroen Snik, better known to the world as Icicle, is regarded as one of the most technically advanced and highly-respected producers in his genre. He's remixed the likes of Icona Pop and Noisia, delivering his own uncompromising drum & bass stance on these already popular artists, while his radio show on Rinse FM is highly rated as one of the go-to shows for d&b fans and culture. His new album 'Entropy' on Shogun Audio covers a range of influences, and takes his signature sound to another level.
Drum and Bass DJ/Producer Keeno has remixed Aaron Smith's track 'Dancin'. The young producer is signed to Med School (the sister label to Hospital Records) having big support from London Elektricity, S.P.Y, Camo & Krooked, BCee and many more, he’s moving up in the scene fast.
Our weekly live DJ streams from DJ Mag HQ have moved outdoors for the summer months! Over the last eight weeks we have teamed up with GlobalGathering to bring you Courtyard Sessions — some of the world’s finest DJs in a sun-drenched courtyard space in East London — stocked with a massive soundsystem and plenty of ice cold Miller Genuine Draft.
Re-live some of the highlights below…
Few vocalists within drum & bass command the respect of MC Fats. His wicked reggae soundsystem toasting style has been livening up DJ sets for years and has added a freshness to tracks by Calibre, Alix Perez, A Sides and loads more. Despite some health problems he's about to release his brilliant debut album. We find out more...
“When you’re drum & bass, you really are — you get it, and there’s nothing else like it. You can’t get assimilated into 4/4, your tempo doesn’t fit in with other genres — it is what it is, and the uniqueness of it is why it’s still around. That’s a big contributing factor in its longevity.”