In today’s Bleepography entry, Matt Anniss tries to answer a question posed to him by a number of readers: was Krush’s ‘Jack’s Back’ the first ‘proto-Bleep’ tune?
Today’s Bleepography article takes us to London and the studios of Production House Records, where engineer/producer Floyd Dyce cooked up DMS’s surprisingly authentic Bleep & Bass stomper ‘Brand New World’ The sonic vibrations created by the earliest, Yorkshire-made Bleep & Bass records were felt far afield, from the dancefloors of the East and West Midlands, … Continue reading BLEEPOGRAPHY: 13 – DMS ‘BRAND NEW WORLD’
Today’s Bleepography entry is all about Steel City duo Tuff Little Unit and their most famous creation, the rush-inducing brilliance that is ‘Join The Future’.
As Nightmares on Wax’s 1995 album Smokers Delight celebrates its 25th birthday, our latest Bleepography entry looks at their final Bleep-era release, the ‘A Case of Funk’ EP, and specifically oddball B-side ‘21st Kong’.
In today’s Bleepography article, Matt Anniss discusses one of the few credited productions from two of the most overlooked and important Bleep & Bass producers, Leeds’ DJ Martin and DJ Homes: a killer remix of Man Machine’s ‘Animal’
The ninth article in our ongoing Bleepography series focuses on ‘Dreams’, a lesser-known 1991 gem from legendary Leeds artist Ital Rockers AKA Iration Steppas