With decades of experience and projects on some of the most storied labels, it should come as no surprise that the junglist is still churning out quality tracks today.Read More
The label head of the outstanding Omni Music, Eschaton, is leading the charge with some of the best underground Drum & Bass currently being released. The first ever mix for Inside the Rift was done courtesy of Eschaton, and I was excited to hear that he was releasing a brand new two part LP entitled Short Stories & Strange InterludesRead More
Electrosoul System (Andrey Burtaev) is no stranger to the culture of drum & bass. With almost two decades of DJ/Production experience (adopting his current moniker circa 1998), Burtaevboasts a veteran presence in Russia’s passionate electronica scene. Despite being a world away, his music elevates past regional barriers and finds it’s way into the hearts and minds of fans abroad.Read More
A veteran, Stunna has been around since the early days of the midwest's electronica obsession. He has toured several countries around the globe and has used his intricate knowledge of the Drum & Bass genre to secure him a spot as one the best DJ’s working.Read More
There isn't much that I can say about Aural Imbalance that hasn't been said already. Simply put, the man is genius. Tracks from his earlier days such as 4th Dimension and Realm of Innocence played a tremendous role in developing my tastes during my rookie days as a drum & bass fan.Read More
England's Matt Cutler has infected the musical strata with his varied and intricate productions. After receiving critical success for his first album "Lemurian" ( a love-letter to the old school boom-bap Hip Hop patterns of old infused with his own personal flare), Matt has solidified himself as a methodical, but unpredictable musician; Two traits that have helped him elevate above many of his peers in an ever growing sea of electronic releases.Read More
England's Toby George Martin (or T.G.M) is quickly making a name for himself in the underground Drum & Bass circuit by way of his stellar productions. Layered pads coupled with heavy breaks and gritty bass round out the sound of the Bournemouth product.
His work has not gone unnoticed as his Divinity & Searching EPs have been signed to Omni Music and Monochrome Recordings respectively. Despite his age, Toby has a very mature sound that harkens back to the days of old. Now living in California, T.G.M continues to evolve his sound and artistic flare.Read More
Jeff Fletcher is an electronic producer operating out of Los Angeles, California that is putting out some impressive, intelligent Drum & Bass for many of the notable indie labels under the moniker of Outsource. While initially interested in Hip-Hop, he found himself immersed in Drum & Bass after listening to some of the "Golden Era Greats" like Photek, LTJ Bukem, and Goldie.
Outsource has been privileged enough to produce for Video Games, Television, and Documentaries. A prolific and highly skilled DJ frequently providing mixes for Podcasts and Live Sets, he has been able to secure a spot amongst the heavy hitters of underground Drum & Bass with his brand of cerebral jungle.Read More
Monochrome Recordings is an up and coming Drum & Bass label operating out of Poland and founded by DJs/Producers Yankowsky and Self Definition. Like Cadence, Omni, and Offworld, Monochrome is consistently releasing deep and atmospheric Drum & Bass. With multiple releases and three dazzling compilations under it's belt, the label is doing it's part to ensure that the edgy, amen-infused Jungle resurgence that has taken place over the years continues in the right direction.Read More
About a month ago I discovered the fantastic music of Russia’s Kirill Koloshnitsyn (aka The Drumkilla) after browsing through Omni Music’s Bandcamp page. Anyone that knows me, knows that I am a huge Atmospheric Drum N Bass head. I absolutely adore it and much of the LTJ Bukem era stuff has had a big impact on my own musical tastes and productions. To me, it represents the perfect blend of chill but intrusive (and mostly danceable) beats for enjoying and potentially droning out to. After hearing The Drumkilla’s track “Planets Around” I decided that it would be a perfect track to use as the introduction theme for my Youtube channel (which will be coming as soon as I finish the damn thing. Adobe After Effects is unforgiving as hell) so I contacted him and he was more than happy to allow me to use it. Some time later, I contacted him again and asked if he would be interested in doing an interview for the site, and thankfully, I received the same response!Read More