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 on: January 15, 2017, 07:15:41 AM 
Started by wiz - Last post by wiz

You probably heard of the hot duo called Splash Heads and their massive releases on Blackout and Eatbrain!
They also got some heavy stuff coming soon on Renegade Hardware, so make sure to follow them Wink

Tune in and enjoy their latest mix they did for Sinuous Records!

Splash Heads are available for Bookings and ready to splash you with some proper drum & bass!

To book Splash Heads, contact me on:

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 on: December 17, 2016, 08:09:24 AM 
Started by namshub - Last post by namshub
Special 5 for 4 ticket deal finishes today!!
Jump on zeee banana!!

 on: December 13, 2016, 07:49:49 AM 
Started by wiz - Last post by wiz
I:A / Inception Audio: Khords & R381 - Unidentified LP [IA008LP]

Above me I saw something I did not believe at first. Well above the haze layer of the earth's atmosphere were additional faint thin bands of blue, sharply etched against the dark sky. They hovered over the earth like a succession of halos.




 on: December 04, 2016, 09:08:41 AM 
Started by namshub - Last post by namshub
BANANA BENDER is a 4ZZZfm Fundraising NYE party like no other!
3 days and 2 nights of lush bush camping with a Massive Sound System, Wicked Lighting and Art production.
What to expect Musically. .?
This event is being produced by the krew behind countless 4ZzZFM parties such as Brain Banana / Ekky Thump / 4ZZZ Marketday Doof Tent and recently the Monster Mash events which featured artists such as The Bug, DrumCorps, Black Lung, Vex’d, Luke Vibert and loads more… So you know to expect a big variety of sounds. This is a party NOT for the musically or politically safe.

So lock yrselves in for the 2 night experience and come prepared to RAVE!!
As well as a stonking sytem and light production in the main space, we will also provide for your entertainment a bar serving Mate Spritz for effervescent ravers, a pot noodle bar for malnourished munters, and a Kids Tipi for the whipper snappers (feat.costume making workshop / parade and their own NYE countdown at 9pm. )

To protect the lush venue and all of us from gate crashers(capacity is capped at 350), the LOCATION of Banana Bender will not be released until the Dec 31st (this is old school raver styles - you will even need a PAPER MAP!!) .

TICKETS - Dont be a PLONKER all your life. . lock yr friends in NOW! This is a BARGAN! But you have to move fast! Up until the 17th of December, you can Buy 5 tickets for the price of 4 ($200) via the 4ZZZ website, after that its $50 a ticket and NO TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THE GATE. Expecting to sell out - so get in quick to avoid NYE anxiety!
16 year olds and under get in free with a paying adult.

We also want to stress a NO IDIOT policy. Please don’t invite along anti-social people.
No Fascists, No Misogynists, No Dogs, Try not to bring Glass.
Please bring water, togs, smiles, free minds and ideas Shocked)
Leave the Space as you found it. Take your rubbish home with you.

Profits from Banana Bender will go to 4ZzZFM and into creating other Banana Bender events Smiley

You wanna play music at Banana Bender?
You MUST submit your mix UNDER A FAKE NAME. Get creative and liberate yourself!
Make up as many fake names and post as many mixes as you like!
Stick yr mix on soundcloud/mixcloud and then post it onto the Banana Bender facebook group.
We will have a listen and contact you if we can make a time slot for you!!
(remember -Its a rave party right? So its gotta be banging! ).
The LINE UP of Banana Bender will not be released until the morning of New Years Eve SATURDAY 31ST DECEMBER.
. . and then its going to be a fun read with all those fake names! Wink

BANANA BENDER is not a reunion - its the start of something new Smiley
- All ages welcome. Never too old - Never too young - Unify on the dance floor!

Facebook Group:¬if_id=1480636857125445

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Previous Events: Monster Mash, Doof Tent, Ekky Thump etc

 on: July 03, 2016, 11:37:27 PM 
Started by wiz - Last post by wiz
Tune into Sickcast X with COOH on a special 10 years Future Sickness megamix!!

Also make sure to check and order new Future Sickness T-shirt

 on: June 20, 2016, 05:49:35 AM 
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Best Of 10 Years Future Sickness

We are very proud to present our "Best of 10 Years Future Sickness" limited edition double cd!

Comes in a sick 4 panel wallet with 2 cd's:
Disk 1: darkstep/drum&bass containing 11 tracks
Disk 2: crossbreed containing 12 tracks

Pre-order now:
Release date: 4th of July

01. Current Value - Running
02. Counterstrike & Mumblz - Sickness & Suffering (Donny Remix)
03. Cooh - Black Monday VIP
04. C.A.2K & Cooh - Wasp
05. Current Value & Raiden - Scrapyard
06. Current Value & Donny - Nightmare Man (SPL Remix)
07. Freqax & Ogonek-OMG
08. Katharsys - Train Wreck
09. Lucio De Rimanez - Rising Of Rhinos
10. Absurd and C.A.2K - Room number one (Hardcore Fire)
11. Damage Inc - Blackball

12. Detest - Every Second VIP
13. DJ Hidden - Einstein
14. Fragz & Deathmachine - Necessary Evil
15. Hallucinator - Violent Content
16. Noize Punishment - Riotbringer (Forbidden Society Remix)
17. Switch Technique - Origin of Life
18. Shmidoo - Autopsy
19. Max Shade & Ogonek - Metafluid
20. C.A.2K - Matrix (Katharsys Remix)
21. Lowroller - Bottomless Grave
22. Triamer & Nagato - Into The Dark
23. SA†AN - Bad Motherfucker


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 on: June 20, 2016, 05:38:47 AM 
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Basic Forces - Get Lucky/Reach It [Vivid Sounds]

Basic Forces is back on Vivid Sounds with a two track EP. Originally known for his light, liquid vibes, he's delving into a harder, bigger sound, yet still keeping with the musical vibes. These tracks offer beat driven sounds sure to satisfy people who like their music with a bit of spike, yet still keeping a soft edge.
Get Lucky V Reach It tows the line between soulful piano chords with punchy drum breaks, and the experimental sounds of D&B with large amounts of space to feel like you're literally riding the sonics!

Exclusive on Beatport


01. Basic Forces - Get Lucky

02. Basic Forces - Reach It

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 on: May 01, 2016, 12:50:02 AM 
Started by wiz - Last post by wiz
I:Λ / Inception:Audio - Planet I:Λ Album [IACD002]

I:Λ Inception:Audio - Planet I:Λ

01. Khords & R381 - Flastag Dream
02. Khords & R381 - 3 Colors
03. Chet Matuto - Keep My Secret
04. Kije - Everything
05. Picota & Kumbh - Tiki Origins
06. Gremlinz & Apostroph - Trials Of Osiris
07. Displaced Paranormals & Tom SMall - Confusion
08. Displaced Paranormals & Tom SMall - Synchronize
09. Displaced Paranormals & Torn - Orbit
10. Psycho Mantis - Obituary
11. Outrage - Talkers
12. DBR UK - Sound Killer

Order CD now:

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 on: February 21, 2016, 11:29:34 PM 
Started by wiz - Last post by wiz
Damage Inc - Blackball Remixes EP [Future Sickness - SICK022]

The South African duo Damage Inc have stepped up to the table with yet another huge hard-step, energetic drum n bass tune.
If the original wasn't great enough we added remixes from artists all across the world.
From Venezuela (Zardonic) to Bulgaria (Cooh) and Russia (Gancher & Ruin).
Every remix is unique in it's own way. Every artist adapted the remix with their specific style and it's a very unique remix EP to listen to.

A/ Damage Inc - Blackball (Original Mix)
B/ Damage Inc - Blackball (Cooh Remix)
C/ Damage Inc - Blackball (Zardonic Remix)
D/ Damage Inc - Blackball (Gancher & Ruin Remix)


Also available in all other stores! Wink

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 on: January 03, 2016, 04:53:43 PM 
Started by basmati - Last post by basmati

Selection from: Toothy Swede, Basmati, Gregwise

The Rumpus Room, 56 Russell Street, West End

FREE entry / 8pm til 2am

His music has inspired a generation so this night join us as we celebrate his 71st birthday in a big session of reggae vibes

One of his childhood friends in St Ann was Neville "Bunny" O'Riley Livingston. Attending the same school, the two shared a love of music. Bunny inspired Bob to learn to play the guitar

Arriving in Kingston in the late 1950s, Marley lived in Trench Town, one of the city's poorest neighbourhoods. He struggled in poverty, but he found inspiration in the music around him. Trench Town had a number of successful local performers and was considered the Motown of Jamaica. Sounds from the United States also drifted in over the radio and through jukeboxes. Marley liked such artists as Ray Charles, Elvis Presley, Fats Domino, and the Drifters

Marley and Livingston devoted much of their time to music. Under the guidance of Joe Higgs, Marley worked on improving his singing abilities. He met another student of Higgs, Peter McIntosh (later Peter Tosh) who would play an important role in Marley's career

A local record producer, Leslie Kong, liked Marley's vocals and had him record a few singles, the first of which was "Judge Not" released in 1962. While he did not fare well as a solo artist, Marley found some success joining forces with his friends. In 1963, Marley, Livingston, and McIntosh formed the Wailing Wailers. Their first single, "Simmer Down," went to the top of the Jamaican charts in January 1964. By this time, the group also included Junior Braithwaite, Beverly Kelso, and Cherry Smith

The group became quite popular in Jamaica, but they had difficulty making it financially. Braithewaite, Kelso, and Smith left the group. The remaining members drifted a part for a time. Marley went to the United States where his mother was now living. However, before he left, he married Rita Anderson on February 10, 1966

After eight months, Marley returned to Jamaica. He reunited with Livingston and McIntosh to form the Wailers. Around this time, Marley was exploring his spiritual side and developing a growing interest in the Rastafarian movement. Both religious and political, the Rastafarian movement started in Jamaica in 1930s and drew its beliefs from many sources, including Jamaican-born black nationalist Marcus Garvey, the Old Testament, and their African heritage and culture

For a time in the late 1960s, Marley worked with pop singer Johnny Nash. Nash scored a hit with Marley's song, "Stir It Up," around the world. The Wailers also worked with producer Lee Perry during this era and some of their successful songs together included "Trench Town Rock," "Soul Rebel," and "Four Hundred Years

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