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New Faces: Seff | Support from Jamie Jones, Richy Ahmed, Gorgon City

New Faces: Seff | Support from Jamie Jones, Richy Ahmed, Gorgon City Comments

Well here's one from out of the blue... Heard this on Radio 1 the other day from Richy Ahmed on Skream's show. This absolutely MASSIVE jacker of a tune can be traced back to a man we know as Seff, and not much else.  He's been releasing music for a couple of years now, notably on Steve Lawler's VIVa Music since late 2012.  To be fair, these are some rock-solid underground cuts including a sweet collaboration with Alex Darling, but in the last couple of months, Seff's sound has reached new CONTINUE READING
Dusky – Love Taking Over (Single) + ‘The Next Step’ Tour Announcement

Dusky – Love Taking Over (Single) + ‘The Next Step’ Tour Announcement Comments

Having recently launched their 17 Steps record label, the London-based Dusky duo has spent countless hours perfecting on their unique, hybrid take on house and techno. This focus is exemplified by their forthcoming single “Love Taking Over,” which will crown their debut release on the new label.  With early support from Maya Jane Coles, George Fitzgerald, Gorgon City, Bicep, Groove Armada and Skream, the 'Love Taking Over' EP will be released via 17 Steps on July 14th.   To coincide CONTINUE READING
*VIP GIVEAWAY:* Insomniac Presents Inception w/ Damian Lazarus | Skream | Kedd Cook @ Exchange LA

*VIP GIVEAWAY:* Insomniac Presents Inception w/ Damian Lazarus | Skream | Kedd Cook @ Exchange LA Comments

This week's Inception is curated by two equally notorious talents from two divergent hemispheres of dance music.  Boss of the well loved Crosstown Rebels imprint and all things that bump in the night, Damian Lazarus, and dubstep pioneer-turned deep house/nu disco debutant Skream are both widely respected for their range of abilities as producers, DJs and tastemakers. If you haven't heard, Lazarus has been up to some pretty exciting stuff lately.  His new track is a collaboration with Simian CONTINUE READING
BPM Festival 2014 Phase 1 Lineup Announced

BPM Festival 2014 Phase 1 Lineup Announced Comments

Excitement levels are reaching level red over here at the RollingTUFF camp with phase 1 of the lineup announced and preparations being made for BPM 2014. I think it's safe to say that the lineup this year is far better than last years and it seems to just get better every year with fresh new talent coming up each year. I am personally most excited to see Solomun with David August (Live) and the whole Diynamic label crew. But the lineup is fresh with new artists this year like Hot Since 82, Bob CONTINUE READING
Love More Worry Less – Bipolar Sunshine | Woz Remix

Love More Worry Less – Bipolar Sunshine | Woz Remix Comments

  Representing one of our favorite London based labels Black Butter Records; a remarkably talented and young artist by the name of Ashley Westlake has had my attention for quite some time. Better known under the alias ‘Woz’, Ashley was first noticed by Black Butter by his “Territory’ remix, which then led to the immediate singing of his EP ‘Seen’. Born and raised in Bristol, Ashley’s approach to bass music is unique, making him a perfect piece of the puzzle for the Black Butter family. CONTINUE READING

Skream & Benga | North American Tour Comments

Dubstep originators Skream and Benga bring their latest sub-bass selection to North America and hit the road on a month long tour crossing the nation for 12 stops (see below). Continuing from their BBC Radio 1 spot and their ‘Show Jacker’ escapades, Skream & Benga bring the  heat starting October 19th in Chicago and ending in Kansas City on November 5th. We'll for sure be catching them at HARD Haunted Mansion on Saturday Oct. 29th, for tickets click [HERE]. For full dates and city stops CONTINUE READING

Spotlight: Magnetic Man Comments

During the earlier years of our lives, three of the worlds legendary and most sort after artists in the Dubstep realm, joined forces, creating one hell of a UK Dubstep super group. The trio consisting of Benga, Skream andArtwork created a completely original and innovative sound known as Magnetic Man. This electronic music project is quite the collaboration. A combination of three laptops- one controlling drum samples, another on bass lines, and the last leading samples and sounds. Artwork CONTINUE READING

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