DSTYLE EXCLUSIVE PROMOS AVAILABLE NOW [DSR012, STYPE014 & STYPE015]

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    EXCLUSIVE PROMOS ONLY AVAILABLE HERE!!! - REMEMBER, IF YOU BUY TWO RECORDS, THE POSTAGE IS THE SAME AS ONE. AND IF YOU BUY MORE THAN 2 RECORDS, YOUR POSTAGE IS FREE!

    DSR021

    A new decade and a big year ahead for the D-Style camp. And what better way to start it off than with a debut release on the label from two producers doing huge things right now! All the way from Brazil, Marky and S.P.Y have lent their production skills to many a diverse and high quality project. A simple formula - these guys don’t need an introduction – they let the music do the talking.

    A. Jakes (Feat.TC) – Swerve (Marky & S.P.Y Remix)



    With the original of this anthemic release coming out on The Jakes Project in 2009, Marky played this tune in almost every set for about a year. After giving the tune so much love, the natural option was to give in and let him remix it! And boy, have he and S.P.Y turned it into a serious weapon for the dancefloor! Keeping Swerve’s latin flavour intact, prepare yourself for when the sub-bass drops – this one’s going to make the foundations of the building wobble. Maintaining Jakes’ unmistakable rhymes flowing over the top, keep your hand close to the turntable for the inevitable shouts for a rewind on this one.

    AA.Fangface



    Mixing things up a little bit, here’s something different from the D Style imprint. Marky & S.P.Y. have served us up with a truly filthy roller. A deceptively light-hearted intro brings the tune in on a more easy-going tip, making way for a driving bassline that’ll have you pursing your lips, dropping your head and rocking from side to side. Never losing sight of their background, the Brazilian-boys fuse the funky percussion with the gritty base perfectly – whatever your flavour, this needs to be in your record box.




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    STYPE014

    Stereotype is rapidly building its reputation for delivering hard-hitting bass each and every time. This 12” from London’s Majistrate and Nicol serves up more of what our low-end frequency-loving fans are used to.

    A. MAJISTRATE & NICOL – READY NOW



    Bringing the intro in gently with drawn-out horn samples, the drop is bound to hit you hard. With a drum riff that hits you like a punch to the chest, the driving bassline rolls out. Think you’re ready for this one? It’ll leave all that aren’t prepared in its’ wake. Turn the speakers up to the fullest – you want to make sure you get the maximum out of this heavy roller.

    AA. MAJISTRATE & NICOL – DROP THAT BEAT



    The flip starts strongly from the get-go with a more up-tempo intro - building expectations for one serious bass-drop. When the vocal sounds to ‘Drop that beat’, you’d better believe it – releasing a deadly combination of rolling drums and catchy low-end riff designed to destroy the dancefloor.

    Listening to these two stellar productions, it’s easy to see that Majistrate and Nicol are not only serious about their bass, they seriously know how to produce it too. Expect to hear more from these guys in the future.




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    STYPE015

    Returning to Stereotype for another release, this time with Nik Itch, Prestige has graced us with a couple of destroyers that really demonstrate his signature style. Tying in perfectly with Stereotype’s habit for bass-ridden releases, we’re sure you’ll enjoy this one.

    A. PRESTIGE & NIK ITCH - WHAT IF



    Building from a dramatic and euphoric beginning, this intro seems more at home in a movie epic than a drum and bass tune. But don’t be fooled – this is one epic release! When the bass drops, along with streaming synths, you’re going to want to get down low and dirty grooving to this one. A quick-tempo and straight-to-the point kind of tune, this one leaves you with no guessing what the producers’ intention is – they want to tear down the walls of the rave when this gets dropped!

    AA. PRESTIGE –LET IT BEGIN



    There’s always something unnerving about a hazy and anthemic intro – the reason is that you always know that some serious bassline business is about to follow! And this one is really something. Haven given it the proper treatment; this one’s made for the dancefloor. The bass will have people’s face screwing, the drum patterns getting people’s feet steppin’ every time.
     
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