Plunging once again to the pools of the undiscovered, I present to you BONES third installment of THE DEEP END, an exploration into the fathoms of house, garage, funky, tech, booty, and beyond – So dive into this mix and get lost for an hour into the depths of a deeper vibe… Enjoy 😉
MUSIC FEATURING: Al Shaw, Apollos Creed, Breach, Claude VonStroke, Dusky, Thee Cool Cats, Hannah Wants, Hot Natured, Shadow Child, Huxley, MK, Ruff Hauser, Thomas Gandey, and more…
Nothing is impossible. Boiler Room took over a penthouse suite at the W Hotel London and threw the badman Skream on the decks b2b with phenom duo Disclosure, in 70 minutes of incredible music and (what looked like) one hell of a party. Watch this madness and get inspired.
More from MadTech here to set your weekend off on a hot one. They’re consistently grabbing new talent in the universe of UK Bass, Funky and the experimental. This one is Ill Blu, a production duo of Def1 and Jreel. Rumbling bass, sliced up by synth strikes and an ever-present, pounding 4/4 beat. Have a listen, and grab the free download at the bottom.
Tonight, things are leaned out, grimey and late night. We’ve scoured the sonic landscape for these picks that have been taking us over the edge and into the abyss lately. Embrace your inner afterparty weirdo. Go deep. Get ’em into you.
Last summer, fellow blog bros Tron Jeremy, ///Bones, and I made exclusive mixes for our good friends over at Hot Biscuits. We were told they could be any genre, any style, any whatever. At the time, I had a major falling out with our lascivious lover, Miss Electro, and went pretty left-field, which spawned the first Haute and Bothered. Since then, the obscurity of artists like James Blake, Julio Bashmore, and Canblaster have filled that hole in my heart was left gaping after my sorrowful break-up. Raise your glasses, folks. We’re toasting to the future.
UK bassheads Toddla T and Roska have recently collaborated on a new project called Toddska, and just released a two track EP that is serious, serious heat. Out on Toddla T’s new label Girls Music, the mashing of UK garage with that distinctive tribal swag is one of the more exciting sounds in a genre that is rapidly becoming redundant. Purchase the EP here.