Pangaea ‘Viaduct’

Proof the Hessle audio bossman has an incredible ear for production quality, here are three sluggers informed by hardcore breaks, techno, and UK bass.

Seth Troxler and Julio Bashmore added to Hideout Festival Line Up.

Hideout Festival is proud to announce that Seth Troxler and Julio Bashmore, along with a further six artists have been added to the already impressive 2013 line up. Taking place between June 30th and July 5th 2013, the festival will be showcasing the highest caliber of artists from drum and bass to deep house on […]

DJ Shadow added to The Warehouse Project’s autumn schedule

Just your favourite DJ saviour, usin’ and confusin’ beats that ya never heard, will play Manchester’s mega-rave in November alongside a host of great names.

Win a pair of tickets to Triangle at CAMP

          This February, party promoters Triangle, who have previously presented the likes of xxxy, braiden, damu, oneman, ossie, hackman, 2bears and others,  return to CAMP’s basement bringing with them without doubt their most inspired line-up to date.   Heading up proceedings is the Number’s label new boy Randomer. With no genre […]

Addison Groove set for Selective Hearing

Addison Groove hits Manchester on February 4th for the first Selective Hearing part of 2012… there’s a few more notable names involved too, details here.

One massive session – Freerotation 2011 in review

Take the likes of Surgeon, Cosmin TRG, Ben UFO, Pangaea, Pearson Sound, Peverelist, Roberto Q Ingram, and Vince Watson. Send them to a house in the country for three days. Turn the music up. Welcome to Freerotation.

Peverelist ‘Dance Til The Police Come b/w Fundamentals’

Leeds’ finest post-millennial export company welcomes one of our favourite artists from the nu-breed for a double header that’s got ‘universal’ stamped on the sleeve. Think ravey, think breakbeat, but, most importantly, think mainroom bass music with no fart noises.

Pangaea ‘Inna Daze’

It’s good to see the originators aren’t losing the plot then, as Hessle Audio boss Pangaea reminds us why we fell back in love with Leeds, delivering two worthwhile dubstep outing that both nod to classic rave and moody breakbeat.