With a keen focus on the meticulous production that goes into the neuro sound, Skope is a new breed of producer, producing musical and synth driven Glitch Hop, Neuro Hop, Dubstep & Drum and Bass. Skope draws influences from classic Noisa and Spor as well as hip-hop, soul and funk and he holds a unique sound amongst his contemporaries. With an unquenchable lust for new sounds, he aims to continue exploring the sonic spectrum and he has already carved a mark for himself on some of the scenes leading labels such as Caliber Music, Adapted Records and Heavy Artillery.
Watch out for Skope's forthcoming EP on Caliber Music & his remix of Vent's 'Jump' on Colony productions this January.
Hailing from the UKs’ thriving underground music culture, Shamanic Technology takes elements from all over the sonic cosmos and fuses them together with melody and bass to create conscious, omni-tempo music for the bass rituals of tomorrow.
As comfortable producing bass-heavy neuro as he is laying down cinematic, mid-tempo or brain shaking drum & bass and drumstep. Shamanic Technology’s productions and live performances are highly energetic, sometimes emotive, fierce and driving, often uplifiting and he is no stranger to the stage. With DJ sets and live showcases across the global festival circuit, club scene and beyond. His music has taken him to Glade Festival (Meteor & Poundland), The Secret Garden Party (Drop Stage), Noisily (Main Stage), Leopalluza (EDM Tent), Burning Man (US) , Motion Notion Festival (Canada), High Times Awards (Amsterdam) to name but a few; seeing him billed alongside some of the leading names in Bass Music.
His genre bending releases and remixes have seen his music receive an international following; gaining support from Sticky Buds, Skope, Blunt Instrument, Vexisle, Minnesota, Si Begg, Knowa Knowone, AMB, Soulacybin, The Human Experience, Jpod, Solid Steel and many more. He has made regular guest appearances on Glitch FM, showcasing his diverse production tastes and intelligently crafted sets.
Shamanic Technology is music for the glitch generation, a shamanic brew of audio soup, a sonic blue pill for those trapped in the matrix of the mundane.
One of the fastest rising stars amongst a new breed of producers from the UK. Kursa is responsible for Adapted Records’ (Australia) first Glitch Hop number 1 on Beatport with his track Machinate and continues to push his own unique take on the Neurohop sound.
Remixing officially for KOAN Sound as one half of the new Vexisle project with fellow producer Asa, both Kursa and his Vexisle project continue to be a firm favourite in the sets of the scenes leaders. As well as having his original tracks remixed by artists such as Mr Bill, Teknian, Mustard Tiger, Blunt Instrument & MakO to name a few. Kursa continues to lead the way in next level underground bassmusic.
Residing in Bristol UK, Spenghead’s creations take influence from across the musical spectrum, from left-field electronica to the harder edge of drum & bass and beyond. A melting pot of mutagenic bass lines and off-kilter groove peppered with abstract sound design, melody and glitchy edits – A formula attracting attention from established artists & record labels alike. Sharing stages with prolific artists such as Culprate, Akira Kiteshi, Slugabed & Broken Note to name but a few, He is quickly earning a reputation for fierce genre-bending live performances.
Influenced from every type of underground, psycadelic and floor filling dance music, James Stafford aka Dephicit has been fulfilling the dark desires of the citizens audio receptors with chunky rhythmic bass and twisted riddims since 2005. In clubs, festivals and party's of all kinds, expect high energy live DJ performances that are sure to get your bass face out and the knee caps up.
We introduce you to the Freefall Collective - an inspired team of musicians from the South Coast. Their style is unrelentingly upfront and energetic. They have a big sound, informed by dub, reggae & funk; it’s an organic fusion of roots and contemporary electronic music and these ingredients make them an unstoppable live act.
They’ve played some of the best clubs and festivals in the world. Glastonbury, Glade, Shambala, Secret Garden Party, Electric Picnic, Fabric, The Opera House, Seville Olympic Stadium – the list goes on, and every single gig has ended with the crowd going absolutely bananas, screaming and pounding the ground like thoroughbreds. Freefall Collective are simply awesome. To see them live is to love them instantly. Burn their name into your memory and make it your business to check them out.