Derryl Danston has rolled together some serious phat ones for your delectation, created to rumble subs throughout the feel good lands. With enough oldschool vibes to satisfy the purest of dubstep puritans while adding enough sunshine-soaked melody to create the perfect summer playlist, the whole EP screams instant classic from start to finish. Need a little chilly down time? Calm your nerves with Derryl Danston’s new EP, and go on the search for other lifeforms..
2015 is definitely DisasZt’s year! The label head-honcho teams up this time with one of the MC legends in the Drum & Bass Scene, MC Coppa, and brings you the ‘Trojan Horse’ After the collaboration single with Protune & a feature in the Mainframe Soldiers Series, DisasZt returns into the scene with an epic, yet perfect track to finish up this summer in a breath-taking way, showing his intention to create something personal but relevant to the whole scene. A combination of intricate drum edits, a heavy complex sound & precise vocals: The ‘Trojan Horse’ will be stopping wherever you want. Also joining up on this single are two duos, Telekinesis and our label-own fire starters Dossa & Locuzzed. Telekinesis’ remix is stepping up the level of heaviness, incorporating their dominant style, once again with Coppa’s vocals. Finishing up this masterpiece is Dossa&Locuzzed’s remix, calming down the mood with a tremendous array of drum patterns and typical bass growls. The Austrian duo is showing us, yet again, the power of their production style.
In the last months, label head DisasZt was cooking up his next chefs d’oeuvre in collaboration with some fresh Austrian blood, Protune. We’re proud to present you Titan/Marauder, a powerful combination of experience & impressive production skills by the Austrian tag team. With restricted aggression and striking breaks, Titan rolls out threatening. Prepare yourself for dark basslines and quick-fire percussion, which highlight the intense impact of the A-Side. On the flipside, Marauder starts off with a threatening intro alongside obscure vocals, until it reaches a stunning drop combined with bouncing subs and a breaking bassline. It shows off the impressive versatility of the Austrian newcomer Protune and DisasZt’s motivating comeback.