L 33’s Karate Gets The Remix Treatment

When L 33‘s debut album, Karate, came out it really blew us away. It further proved that central and eastern Europe really is the dominant force in neuro with Eatbrain being right at the forefront of the scene along with L 33 himself. Following on from the album’s success Eatbrain called on some big names…

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Eatbrain’s Neuro Dominance Continues With Synergy’s ‘Helion EP’

It has been 5 years since Jade unleashed the Eatbrain virus upon the unsuspecting souls across the globe, and over this past half-decade, all manner of twisted creations have infected the minds and brains of revellers at festivals, warehouses and dancefloors, by the hand of Eatbrains musical wrath. Having cemented itself as one of, if…

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Chris.SU Returns To Eatbrain With The Solar Eclipse EP

Eatbrain releases are guaranteed to be a full-on experience, an all-inclusive package of apocalyptic connotations, devilish artwork and broken eardrums. Whereas most all-inclusive offers give you a week in Spain or full body spa treatments, Hungary’s most fearsome Drum & Bass outfit touches down in more aphotic territory; hard, aggressive neurofunk that’s tailor made for…

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L 33’s Debut Album Is A Karate Chop To The Ears

For reasons unbeknownst to me, Central and Eastern Europe has become an absolute hotbed for neurofunk Drum & Bass, and my favourite label to come out of this maelstrom has been Jade’s Hungarian imprint Eatbrain. It’s already developed a hefty reputation for releasing some of the best heavy Drum & Bass around at the moment,…

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Segment & Concept Vision – Mammoth EP (Eatbrain)

Segment & Concept Vision have been collaborating for a while now, with their Meteor EP on Blackout Music being a very popular release in 2014, and now the Russian based duo make their solo debut on the one and only Eatbrain. Never has the title of an EP been more fitting as with this one…

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L 33’s Debut Album ‘Karate’ Kicks Off With The Karate EP

Bulgarian producer L 33 is someone whose music I’ve been following for a couple of years now, he produced one of the biggest tunes in 2014 too as it happens, so I’m very happy to see him finally releasing his debut album. The prelude to which is the Karate EP, a sampler to the forthcoming…

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Agressor Bunx – The Order EP (Eatbrain)

Eatbrain proved themselves as purveyors of the biggest and best neuro tunes in Drum & Bass last year with their 2015 release schedule culminating in the gigantic 2 part Mirror Universe LP. Fresh off the back of featuring on both parts of that massive album Ukrainian duo Agressor Bunx make their solo debut on the…

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Brace Yourselves: The 2nd Part Of Eatbrain’s Mirror Universe Is Here…

Towards the end of last year Eatbrain released Mirror Universe 1 – the first part of a 2 part various artists LP that brought together some of the biggest & hardest tunes in Drum & Bass. A few weeks after this they released part 2 but that was mid December and I was already gorging…

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Eatbrain Round Off The Year With The Massive Mirror Universe LP

Hungarian label Eatbrain has been a constant source of absolutely wicked neuro Drum & Bass this year with some huge releases from the likes of L 33, Signs, State Of Mind, Billain & Machine Code to name just a few. Despite all this they still wanted to finish the year with one big bang and…

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