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NeurofunkGrid Unveil The Hum EP

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When the initial wave of music promotion channels hit the popular video streaming website YouTube a few years ago, there was one in particular that chose to represent the increasingly popular sound of neurofunk. That channel is NeurofunkGrid – co-run by Axel from France and Sampo from Sweden. With around 50,000 subscribers receiving their videos on a regular basis, the pair have harnessed the popularity of their channel and used it to successfully launch their own record label of the same name. On August 16, they are accompanying their tenth release with the introduction of a new range of t-shirts and a promo mix.…

Eatbrain Release Zombie Cats Must Eat EP

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It’s been a good year for Eatbrain. The Budapest based label, under the creative direction of Jade, stirred things up in May with the release of Tales of the Undead LP, which topped the Beatport charts for two weeks straight – an uncommon feat amongst drum & bass releases. Indeed, in only three short years, the label has slowly but surely cultivated a back catalog worthy of envy; Jade curates tracks for Eatbrain with surgical precision, while carefully designed artwork and branding solidifies Eatbrain’s distinct aesthetic. Quality over quality is the mandate, one which has served the imprint well. Eatbrain’s latest…

Kmag Presents Denial & Myeloma UK

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DJ Denial is putting on a football match full of big drum & bass names to raise money for Myeloma UK, so we agreed to host a warm-up party for the match at our monthly Kmag Presents event at Café 1001 on Friday 12 September. We’ve had some big line-ups in our time at Café 1001 but this one tops the lot: Grooverider, DBR UK, Jumping Jack Frost, Genotype, Chris Inperspective, Denial, Funsta, IC3, Wordofmouth, Shylo and Nultiply. Remember it’s from 7pm to midnight and totally FREE all night. You’re putting on your second football match for charity, for those…

Skynet Returns

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Skynet is back with new material, a sample pack and has just made lots of Stakka & Skynet’s Underfire and Audio Blueprint back catalogue available digitally for the first time, so we caught up with him for a quick chat about everything… You recently moved back to the UK from living in LA, what were you were doing out there and why the return? I was working behind the scenes in the pop industry for about three years, I was actually working with Babyface and his team at Brandons Way Studios which still consists of a lot of producers from…