By Dylan Shortridge | August 4, 2020

Fuck The Charts: Ill Move Sporadic

DRUG CORPSE II  is the long-overdue, 2020 release from producers/artists, Ill Move Sporadic. The album acts as a follow up to previous underground classic Drug Corpse released on Starch records back in 2013.  Created over the last year at the duos studio’s in Bristol and Manchester, beatmakers Ben 81 and One Boss pull out their […]

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By Dylan Shortridge | August 4, 2020

Fuck The Charts: Sassy 009

Sunniva Lingaard, aka Sassy 009 has an undeniable talent for blurring the boundaries of genre. Her taste for rich, dreamy soundscapes is a staple to her music. This is illustrated in every element of the complex, moody, yet dance-inducing, Kill SASSY009 EP. The beats embody the spirit of techno deconstructed, which are elegantly decorated with […]

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By Dylan Shortridge | August 4, 2020

Fuck The Charts: Commodo

A highly respected name in the 140bpm community, Commodo’s crisp and refreshing production style is admired by many. His tracks experiment with crunchy textures and percussive intricacy while never distracting from the bass at the heart of them. After many releases on the prestigious Deep Medi label, the Sheffield based producer doesn’t shy away from […]

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By Dylan Shortridge | July 10, 2020

Fuck The Charts: Yakul

Taken from the archives of our first print issue, originally released February 2020. After the release of their debut EP, Getting Late, this neo-soul quartet are already gaining major-label interest. With plays across multiple radio stations and run-outs in acclaimed venues such as Ronnie Scotts, Yakul are in for a good year. Seamlessly blending genres, they have created a vibe that […]

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By Holly Bradley | June 18, 2020

Fuck The Charts: Soeur

Bristol’s very own Sœur are one to watch this coming decade. Formed in the latter half of the ‘10s they have been on a steady incline since 2017’s What Separates Us.

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