Meet Some of The Artists
Revolutionising the sound of dancefloor D&B over the last few years, Konichi and Decimal Bass have continued to rise through the ranks - joining forces as Annix.
Hailing from the Portuguese city of Viana do Castelo, Bass Brothers have been making waves not only in their country, but also internationally.
Every now and then, circumstances, talent, and hard work align in the perfect formation to propel an artist to stratospheric levels of recognition.
There are few artists who can claim to have shot to Drum & Bass fame as quickly, or as succinctly as Birmingham based DJ Hazard.
DJ Limited has since paid his dues with a trailblazing body of work for an array of notable labels.
After years of releasing as one-half of Jam Thieves on Playaz, we welcome the solo return of minimal gangster, Neto Garcia, now known as Dunk.
Now operating as a solo act, Jam Thieves drives into 2021 with the aim of taking his music to the next level.
If anyone’s going to win an award for the hardest working man in Drum & Bass, it’ll probably be Pascal. One of the original Ganja Kru alongside long time business partner DJ Hype.
Let’s get one thing straight; Chris McFarlane aka Potential Badboy is no new kid on the block. Since day one Chris has been a pioneer of Jungle
Profile does it all. As boss of Octave Recordings alongside Brockie, he's been instrumental in bringing through some of dancefloor DnB's hottest artists.
Jake Carter will be a familiar face to all die-hard D&B fans, even though his new Sub Zero moniker may not be yet. Having toured the world, DJing everywhere.
They say nothing in life is certain but death and taxes, but Taxman’s success seemed just as certain from the outset.
In cooking, sauces are used to add flavour, moisture, and visual appeal. The word sauce is also used to describe style, fashion, confidence or swag.
A mischief maker, a rascal, a cheeky little upstart gnawing away at the ankles of life with raw determination…