Wilkinson has just revealed the next single to be taken from his forthcoming album Hypnotic, is We Will Be. It features up-and-coming British vocalist, Matt Wills. 

Wilkinson smashes down the barriers of Drum’n’Bass with Hypnotic, fusing the genre he grew up listening...

Frankee has been working hard in the studio recently, diligently crafting these next few cuts and creating his biggest body of work to date. After a brief hiatus, he’s returned to the scene with a whole record collection of tracks which symbolise his meteoric climb. Th...

Killbox consists of two names which have become synonymous with drum & bass – Ed Rush & Audio. And after decades playing out in countries across the world, as well as a string of releases which litter the music collections of listeners everywhere, it’s no surprise they...

Have you ever listened to a song and in your head you see a training montage? Some guys just moving as fast as they can beating on hanging chunks of cows or running? There are just some songs that have that feel, and that’s what you get with the new EP The Day After Fi...

Automation. That is the future that was promised from the first time computer chips were thought up; an ever-evolving dissonance between the primal and the automaton overwriting everything that was once the norm. Yet we still run, we still breathe, and we still find ou...

After a landmark 2016 Delta Heavy set their sights on the new year with the release of latest single Kaleidoscope. Musically the tracks represent a departure from the violent sounds of their most recent work, as the duo return to the epic, vocal-led style of their albu...

I hear it all the time. “Millennials are such hipsters!” If you aren’t harkening back to the past you aren’t trending. Vinyl is coming back, people are wearing Buddy Holly glasses without knowing who Buddy Holly is, and everything done in the last few years in the musi...

The Ram Records 2017 Drum & Bass Annual doesn’t just stand as a testament to the imprint. After working over two decades within the genre, standing at its forefront and delivering piece after piece of ground-breaking dance music, they’re immortalising their twenty fift...

Seminal Prodigy LP ‘The Day is My Enemy’, the bands’ sixth studio album was heralded 

as another milestone in their illustrious career. Smashing in at the number one spot on the

 UK’s official album chart and going gold, it’s easy to see why they hold such a unique...

WILKINSON IS BACK WITH HIS UNDENIABLY ADDICTIVE NEW SINGLE, "SWEET LIES" FT. KAREN HARDING Mark ‘Wilkinson’ brings us the ultimate end of Summer anthem in “Sweet Lies" feat. Karen Harding; a sure-fire hit, that further cements Wilkinson as one of the most dominant name...

Strictly for the heads, this next EP from Slang Banger presents why this supergroup of veterans are becoming notorious within the dimly lit underground world. Bringing together three heavyweights in old-school production, they have a huge portfolio of experience betwee...

Hamilton’s new ep is hot to say the least. The first track Bounce hit me in the chest like a Buick! My mom drives a Buick. Old school too. That car doesn’t have a steering wheel it has a rutter lol. When i was home a few years ago on holiday i used that tank to pick ot...

This podcast is volume 7 of the DNB◉UNITED.COM series “The United State Of DNB “ monthly podcast. Hosted by Dj BᏟ#➒. This episode brings together a range of releases received in advance from various labels dnbunited.com promotes. Included in this show is the Iron Fist...

So it’s really hard to pick which song is my favorite between the two releases on this new  EP  Frankee. With “Clap your hands” You have this dance floor crusher filled with beautiful energy and light matched with a true clap track that causes an immediate sensation th...

As I listen to the first track,  "Outer Space”, unfold from the “Killers Squad” release, I become immediately aware of the animated journey which I’m about to embark on, just by the sound of the wicked pulp fiction comic book-style artwork that arrived with the release...

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