New Machine goes all the way in with his remix of the new Plan B single, transforming the 'iLL Manors' track into a wobbly Dubstep banger, with features coming from Ed Sheeran, Chip & Devlin. A stellar line-up and a remix that doesn't disappoint in any way, shape or form.
Official video for the lead single from MONSTA's forthcoming EP, which is set to be released October 21st on OWSLA. Label boss Skrillex said: "This is not your typical dubstep. A lot of that has already become cliché", and he's right, this is something else - so heavy, yet so soulful.
Manchester-based collective Murkage come through with a brand new track, which is an ode to the legendary action actor Liam Neeson and is available as a free download in the player below. Woi, woi, woi.
Case & Point take The XX's lead single from their forthcoming sophmore album and transform it into an anthemic Progressive House jam, which is available in the player below as a free download. Top work.
With their time as a group coming to a close, Swedish House Mafia have released this acoustic version of their final single 'Don't You Worry Child', which has been getting loads of radio play and will be available September 14th. John Martin is a very talented chap, and this is pretty special.
Premiered on Annie Mac's show last night, here is the first track to be heard from Disclosure's forthcoming debut album, which is set to be released in 2013 on PMR Records. The track sees the duo stray away from the usual use of female vocals by recruiting the incredible Sam Smith for 'Latch', which provides such a refreshing and unique sound...
The full edit of 'Clique', the latest track to be lifted from Kanye West's forthcoming album Cruel Summer, surfaced online last night. The track is the first new material to have emerged with both West and Jay Z on it since the release of their joint album Watch The Throne and with production by Hit-Boy and an appearance from Big Sean it seems they haven't held back. The full album is due out September 18th, till then you can listen to 'Clique' after the jump.