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A Chat With L-Side About The New Chronic Rollers Album And His Plans For 2017

Leonardo de Jesus Silva, better known as L-Side began his career as a DJ & Producer in 2008. Originally producing hip-hop beats but then branching into DnB, L Side’s branch of minimal Drum and Bass fuses aggression and funk with stunning results. Fresh off the back of not only having five tunes featured on the…

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Chronic’s Rollers Returns With A Few Massive Cuts

V Recordings belongs to the old school, the vanguards of drum n bass who turned a fledgling rave scene into a global phenomenon. You guys know who I’m talking about: Ram, Good Looking Records and Metalheadz amongst others, the grizzled veterans of over 20 years of Drum & Bass history. A common denominator between these…

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PREMIERE: Paul T & Edward Oberon – Drip Drop (Chronic)

V Recordings’ sister label Chronic is a foundation label. With over 20 years of releases in it’s back catalogue which features music from the likes of Roni Size, DJ Krust and Dillinja this is a label that has a prove track record for releasing good music. Their latest release sees their flagship compilation series, Chronic…

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DJ Chap – Terrorist EP (Chronic Records)

Following on from releases on V Recordings and Liquid V DJ Chap shows us his darker side with a brand new EP for another part of the V family; Chronic Records. The Brazilian producer, who is also one half of Alibi, sets his sights firmly on the dancefloor as he uses his precision production skills…

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Command Strange Drops A Guest Mix To Celebrate Chronic Rollers Vol 2

V Recordings sister label Chronic Records recently released the 2nd volume of their Chronic Rollers series which is an absolute killer album so to celebrate Russian producer Command Strange, whose track ‘Riots’ features on the album, put together this sick mini-mix. Get your copy of Chronic Rollers Vol 2 here. Tracklist Krakota – Ice Hands…

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Chronic Rollers Vol 2 (Chronic Records)

Chronic Records brings back Chronic Rollers for its second outing and it’s even bigger than the first one. This one’s all about keeping it underground as Chronic stays true to it’s roots and keeps it deep and dark – just like that very first Chronic release from Dillinja back in 1996! 16 massive tracks from…

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Sister Labels Are Doing It For Themselves

These days it seems like every label has a sister label that is used to ‘release more experimental sounds’ or as ‘a platform for new and exciting artists’ but clichés aside these sister labels can really deliver the goods. Here’s my run down of what I think are the best sister labels around at the…

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Nitri – Gravity EP [Chronic Records]

After releases on V, Horizons, Viper, and Ram’s Program, Nitri drops four ruthless tracks on Chronic. Straight from Sao Paulo, the Brazilian producer fuses crushing sub-workouts with intricate, pounding drums, for an EP that leaves no prisoners. In only a few years Nitri has burst onto the Drum and Bass scene, with his versatile, producing…

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Serum – Big Loader EP [Chronic Records]

Four tracks of no-nonsense, underground DnB, Serum’s Big Loader EP fuses infectious, earth-moving, bass weight and pounding drums for an EP that is 100% CHRONIC. Mark Gaunt aka Serum’s mix of vintage jungle and futuristic modern jump has seen him release on the likes of Dread, Grid, Critical and Digital Soundboy as well as regular…

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