>i am bad< is d minds first single of the year and it features guest vocalist charlotte james from the well respected trio hybrid. the original mix coupled with the enei remix makes for a great all round release offering two different ends of the dnb spectrum.
here we have the sampler from the long awaited equinox ep which is the perfect follow from their first release on d style back in 2011. both the a and b side seamlessly shred the boundaries of tempo, genre and perfectly executes a no holds barred exploration of how to destroy dance floors on a global scale.
entering with that familiar euphoric intro, make way for beezys satanic hook and a drop that does justice to one of the years dubstep anthems. moving to a more serious, steppy vibe midway through, this is not the kind of tune you want to let your girlfriends parents catch on your radio. on the other hand, this is exactly the type of beat that s going to earn you a reputation for killing it on the dancefloor.
the vips of ho bass and ghost town have been firm favourites of djs across the world for the last year. after succumbing to great pressure, weve decided to make available a limited number of promo copies of this release. dont sleep on these arguably the most talked about vip in the last year and we guarantee these will fly!
with a serious gear-shift up in the tempo from the original, d*minds give prime cuts >warning< their drum and bass treatment. creating an expectant build-up from the start, you know that when the trigger goes >click<, the dancefloor will be heaving. with rolling drums to keep the people stepping, its no surprise to see this tune getting lots of coverage both in clubs and on radio, supporters have included andy c, chase & status, kissy sell out, annie mac, grooverider and rob da bank as well as the remix featuring on frictions recent >assassins< compilation. when eddie ks remix sets in, youd be forgiven for thinking that he will be pushing a more relaxed tip. but as soon as the bass enters the equation, its a different story - chest-rattling bass, and synths streaming overhead.
the next edition of the jakes project is a massive dancefloor anthem, warface remixed by d minds. as you would expect from a d style release, this one has been battered by every dj in the scene. backed up with all about, another monster penned by jakes and produced by tc.
big big big!!! first ups haters, with tc on production duties this stomping slab of bass will definitely get the crowds going wild. trademark top-notch stuff from the almighty duo. flip over for something a little different from the jump up juggernauts. swerve is a real solid heads down, hoods up roller.
for those of you who missed out on the outstanding debut album from tc, nows your chance to grab a ltd edition vinyl single from the pack. raise the roof and mindkiller both feature jakes on the vocals and make for a superb dancefloor bomb for all you fans of tcs synthetic swing.
first up, the first rule about dsrltd001 is, you must make crap fight club references about dsrltd001, whatever anyway, this is the soundtrack of grown men smacking the shit out of each other in dingy cellars, and that?s about all you need to know, it?s dirty and horrible, and that?s precisely why you like it! on the flip >looking for us< keeps things on the grimey and energetic tip and shows you just why d*minds have been at the top for so long