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Top Buzz Living in Darkness Rmxs

Modern-day drum 'n' bassists attack Top Buzz's 1992 rave classic "Living in Darkness." Urban Takeover's Mulder turns in his usual jumpy bits, but the tear-out award goes to Rascal & Klone, whose much-anticipated version preserves the alluring trumpet… Read more »

Various Artists Ritmos De Brasil EP

An amazing selection of bits straight from the heart of the drum & bass revolution: Sao Paolo, Brazil.… Read more »

Osunlade Feat. Jaffa Native Tongue Revisited

New York Afro-house kingpin Osunlade and Montreal keyboard monster David Kakon go take-two on the first release for Osunlade's Yoruba label, with solid results.… Read more »

Fries & Bridges Inside Out

Weeks & Moralez team up to create one side filled with heavy walkin' bass 'pon some crisp beats that is strickly for the dance. Other side, "It's Your Space Master," is deeper but just as moving. Read more »

Various Artists Creepy Remixes

Creepy, a gothic-minded indie hip-hop-soul tune by a group called Emaculate D'ception, gets three diverse San Francisco re-rubs. Drum & bass stars Westside Chemical and UFO!… Read more »

Universal Funk Streets of Havana

Denmark's premier nu-jazz/Latin band delivers some tight Cuban house (think Matt Bianco in Colombia) whilst Swell Sessions's version drops it deeper courtesy of girlfriend Elsa's vocals.… Read more »

Kiko Man E, F, G & H

Michigan-based producer Kiko Man serves up earthquaking low-end, thrusting synth sounds and a proper kick on this delicious dancefloor techno record. Read more »

Loes Lee Ash

Amsterdam's Lee (who runs the Moving Target label) laces a minimal-yet-propulsive funky thumper for Berlin's ascending breakbeat imprint Dangerous Drums that bumps with tight bass and flanged chords.… Read more »

People Under the Stairs Acid Raindrops

This cut wouldn't sound out of place on The Low-End Theory. It's got that warm and funky but slightly melancholy vibe to it, like the last people at a house party drunkenly spouting wistful philosophies.… Read more »

Bill Payer & Fat Hippy Salt Rocker

Liverpool's Dirty Blue goes thumping and hypnotic 3AM-style here, as producers Andy Winrow and Simon McCormick take you into endless track-land.… Read more »

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