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The Hive – October 2019

After having to skip last months edition, it's good to crack one out this time round as October has seen so barnstorming releases. Thelem - Clickbait / Backchat Ever the independent pioneer, Thelem dropped two characteristically massive tu... Read More...

The Honey & Bass Podcast – September 2019

It's business as usual for this months instalment as I venture through all the latest releases and recent favourites. Featuring the latest Strictly 140 record, new music from LSN, Alienmade and Samba, new collaborative cuts from Roklem &... Read More...

The Hive – May 2019

It's that time of the month again where I take a look at some of my favourite releases from recent weeks. Here's what I've been feeling in May... Sleeper - Calling On Spirits / Yonks (CRUCIAL023) It goes without saying that when it comes t... Read More...

The Honey & Bass Podcast – May 2019

This month's Honey & Bass Podcast features many of the latest releases from the last month or so from across the spectrum. We've got new Mungk, Wolf Camo and Sleeper's latest Crucial Release, plus forthcoming Shu on Rarefied and a couple... Read More...

The Weekly Buzz – 06/05/2019

Flying the flag for dubstep and grime across the west coast of the USA the last couple of years, MRSHL is beginning to reap the rewards for his efforts. This week his 'The Crown' EP releases on Subaltern Records, a label that up until now, m... Read More...

The Hive – April 2019

This month has flown by! Lets check out some of my favourites from April... DPRTNDRP - Enkai / Bantu (CRUCIAL022) We begin with two of my favourite tracks of the year so far by Italian outfit DPRTNDRP. I've been begging for the release... Read More...

The Honey & Bass Podcast – April 2019

Once again The Honey & Bass Podcast brings the latest releases from the last month or two plus some favourites from months gone by. For this edition I've selected a broad range of music, from the latest grimey cuts by MRSHL on Subaltern ... Read More...

Producers To Watch in 2019

After a fairly decent response to last years' list, I thought it would only be right to put together another little run down of some of the producers I'm looking forward to hearing more of going into a brand new year. In no particular order, I have ... Read More...