Pendulum to stream a live set from 150-year-old Victorian military fort later this week.
Earlier this month, Australian drum & bass group, Pendulum, announced their first new music in ten years, and have now revealed their next project: a live stream from the middle of the ocean.
Bryan Gee has spoken about racism in the d&b scene in a new interview for '90s Rave Podcast.
Co-founder of V Recordings alongside Jumpin Jack Frost, Bryan Gee, recently featured on R.O.A.R., a podcast that takes listeners on a journey back in time with stories, tales and mixes from legendary DJs, MCs, producers, promoters and pirates from '90s rave scene.
Pendulum have released their first new music in ten years.
Earlier this week, two new Pendulum tracks, 'Driver' and 'Nothing For Free', were premiered on Triple J's breakfast show and Annie Mac on BBC Radio 1. Today, Friday 18th September, the Australian outfit has announced that the two singles are available via Earstorm Rercords for fans to stream in full.
Pendulum have announced their first new music in ten years, and it's dropping this week.
The trio's new double A-side single 'Nothing For Free/Driver' will be released this Friday 17th September. 'Driver' will be premiered tomorrow on Triple J's breakfast show (9pm-11pm BST), while 'Nothing For Free' will be debuted by Annie Mac on BBC Radio 1 on Thursday (7.00pm BST)
Dublin party Woozy has launched its label with seven cuts of dub-inspired bass weight and percussive heat, set for release on 4th September.
Drawing on the influence of labels like Deep Medi, Timedance and 3024, EMA and Sputnik One’s imprint creates an Irish outpost for contemporary club sounds that dance at the crossroads between dubstep, techno and jungle. Bristol artists Jurango and Yushh drink deep from the city’s bass well on two psychedelic drum workouts, while Brooklyn’s Kellen303 delivers impeccable, cavernous dubstep on ‘Pinehearse’.
EQ50 have announced a mentorship scheme for aspiring womxn in the drum & bass scene.
Launched in 2018, EQ50, co-convened by Indra Khera (Mantra) & Natalie Wright (DJ Flight), alongside organising members Natasha Harber (Sweetpea), MC Chickaboo & Alicia Bauer (Alley Cat), campaign to improve diversity at an industry level, host workshops & webinars, and will now launch a new mentorship scheme.
A new documentary exploring the history of d&b, titled Drum & Bass: The Movement, has gone online. You can watch it for free below.
Five years in the making, the documentary features some of the most important pioneers of the genre, including Goldie, Grooverider, Andy C, GQ, Digital, Spirit, Total Science and many more.
A press release for Drum & Bass: The Movement says the documentary captures a "specific and intense slice of drum & bass and jungle culture’s rapid acceleration from 1996 - 2016.