Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Friday, January 30, 2015

Bassline Podcast - Episode 9 Skanka

Here's an interview I did with JBrown and crew for the Bassline Podcast! 
Then check the mix below!


Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Skanka! - Live on Bassdrive 12/9/14 on Atmospheric Alignments with D.J. Yaumbit


1 Red Powder
Bredren

2 H.E.V (Original Mix)
Encode

3 Skanka! - 303 Of A Kind

4 H.E.V (Original Mix) - Encode

5 The Unknowing - Dorian

6 High On Yourself (Feat. Manon Gogos) - Bredren

7 Powerball - Minor Rain

8 Convergence - Quadrant, Kid Hops & Iris
(DLR & Ant TC1 Re-Converge) 

9 Attack - Schematic

10 Think Fast - Chromatic

11 Empire Oublie - Sesterce

12 Black Label - Jam Thieves

13 Groove With it - Break

14 Bricks Don't Roll - DJ Hazard

15 Rust (Original Mix) - Raiden

16 Godzilla - Dorian

17 Warp - Chromatic

18 Skanka! - Circuit Breaks

19 Flip The Switches (feat Zubee - Future Roots remix) - Neve

20 HLZ - Reckless

21 Wish Killer (Original Mix) - Agressor Bunx

22 What Dem Play - PA

23 Big up dem chest - Theory & Zebedee 

24 Trap Game - Fade

25 The Job - Dorian & Skore

26 Protege (feat Carasel) - DJ Hybrid

27 Chronic Smoke (Original Mix) - 2N

28 Mock (Original Mix) - Teddy Killerz

29 Falling - Jinx

30 Puzzle Box - SERUM

31 Feel the heat - Drifta
(Higher Level Industries)






Sunday, August 24, 2014

The SkankGrimes Show!

Frank Grimes and Myself are at it again with another weekly show after a couple years hiatus..
Check us out every Sunday night around 9pm Central and enjoy some Sunday Funday DNB. 








Thursday, July 31, 2014

Really guys, drum and bass?

Probably one of the best arguments I've seen ever for the longevity of drum and bass, and the current state of it today. I've been asked quite a few times if I wished I played something else, especially in the junglist ghost zone of Tulsa, Oklahoma. To those people I unequivocally always say no and I wouldn't have it any other way. I get down to house from time to time, but hands down I prefer dnb in my life and will never quit having it in my life. 

Even with the quite large amount of pop and bass, trap and bass, half step and drum step, the thing that does it for me the most is that familiar boom clack. 

Big up Dbridge. Great read here. Click through for the gold.