Hannah Wants feat. Kristine W – Just

The meteoric rise of one Hannah Wants continues with the release of ‘Just’ on Toolroom Records. Premiered on Radio 1 (via Annie Mac), this oozes Wants’ signature sound – moody, bassy House that permeates into the mainstream, yet maintains originality. With a catchy, ubiquitous vocal hook complimenting sharp synths and a pulsing bass line, this is … Continue reading

Bonkaz – You Don’t Know (Bonkaz)

A veritable banger from new kid on the block Bonkaz. Sampling Dizzee Rascal’s much-loved ‘Bonkers’, this is grime made for the club scene. Croydon-born Bonkaz’s distinct, punchy delivery suits the weighty bassline to a tee, creating a spectacle that is both brash and infectiously catchy. Having starred as Radio 1’s track of the day, and garnering … Continue reading

Hannah Wants & Chris Lorenzo – Rhymes

A big release from Birmingham based producers Hannah Wants and Chris Lorenzo. Sampling Daft Punk’s classic ‘Technologic’, ‘Rhymes’ is perhaps the archetype from this pair – house with a deliciously hard-hitting bassline. Released on Sunday, this has already made the Radio 1 A-List, with ourselves predicting at least a top-10 position in the charts.

Bipolar Sunshine – Deckchairs On The Moon

A lovely song from from Manchester-born Adio Marchant, aka, Bipolar Sunshine. This is an upbeat tune, full of melodic catchy hooks and beautiful interludes that should create some perfect summer vibes in the coming months. With his music being a regular part of Zane Lowe’s prime-time Radio 1 show for quite some time now, expect to … Continue reading

Nero – Satisfy

NERO ARE BACK! After a three year hiatus, the duo have returned (along with vocalist Alana Watson) with ‘Satisfy’. With an obvious nod to 90s-era Prodigy, and famed for their epic, dubstep-infused orchestral tracks, Nero have produced an absolute banger.  Watson’s heavenly, space-age vocals combine a thumping bassline with lots, and lots, of  lasery synth, producing what … Continue reading

John Martin – Anywhere For You

Having been out for a couple of weeks now, and getting some major airtime on the likes of Radio 1, John Martin has a sure-fire hit with ‘Anywhere For You’. The vocals are very reminiscent of Swedish House Mafia, and that shouldn’t surprise anyone considering Martin featured on and penned their biggest record, ‘Don’t You … Continue reading