On Friday 20th August, Join The Future’s Matt Anniss will host a discussion about all-dayers, jazz-funk, electro and the roots of UK dance music at We Out Here Festival
In today’s edition of the ongoing Bleepography series, Matt Anniss looks at the wider influence of Bleep & Bass on British dance music and in particular Orbital’s often-overlooked take on the style, ‘Omen’
In our latest Bleepography entry, Matt Anniss profiles the debut single from Infamix, the East London techno twosome who would later become B12.
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’
The latest edition of the Bleepography series sees Matt Anniss telling the tale of Londoners 100 Hz and their speedy response to Yorkshire Bleep, ‘Low Frequency Overload’… At the tail end of the 1980s, the UK was a divided country. The fault lines were varied: rich against poor; old against young; Conservative voters versus those … Continue reading BLEEPOGRAPHY: 06 – 100 HZ ‘LOW FREQUENCY OVERLOAD’