Podcast 5


Podcast 5



Kmag Podcast


On this month's podcast we've got a slamming dubstep mix from Doctor P of Circus Records, who plays some big, loud and heavy dub tunes from the likes of Flux Pavilion. We've also got a range of drum & bass from the thoughtful, minimal styles of June Miller to the brash jump-up of Taxman and Heist. We've also got some wonky hip hop from Bulgaria and some future-looking garage from Glasgow. Remember you can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes


Heist – Death Star (Sumo Beatz)
Taxman – Harry's Revenge (Ganja)
KG – Counter Attack (Industry Standard Musik)
June Miller – Converge (Horizons)
Xilent – Killing Spree (Beta)

Guest mix from Doctor P of Circus Records
Doctor P - Sweet Shop
RSK - Black Books (Doctor P Remix)
Flux Pavilion - Normalize
Flux Pavilion - Voscillate (Roksonix Remix)
Doctor P - Rasputin's Gold
Cookie Monsta    - U Can Do It
Funtcase - Mattress Punch
Doctor P - Gargoyle
Flux Pavilion - Meathead
Flux Pavilion - Got 2 Know
Doctor P - Badman Sound

Subeena – Picture (Opit Records)
Cardopusher – Gibold (TrueTiger)
1000names – Paradise Rings (Team Acre)
VVV – Back to Life (Fortified Audio)
NCQL – Constructive Use of Resources (Unsigned)
DJ Hazard – Selector (Ganja)

Unsigned artist Q&A

Please introduce yourself...

I'm NCQL (Alfred Nelson), a 20-year-old producer in Auburn, AL, USA.

How long have you been making music?
I've been playing with the flames a while but I didn't really get serious until about two and a half years ago.

How would you describe your music?
I tend to jump around the D&B realm genre-wise but this comes from the process of attempting to realise concepts. I describe my music as more or less a realisation of thoughts, creative urges, and feelings I may have during that time. I create as it comes.

Which track by any artist do you wish you'd made?

Melodically, I've always had a thing for traditional orchestra, if I were a composer I'd most want to be like Ishikawa Tomohisa. When it comes to beats though, I think my favourite track I'd wish I'd made is Let go of the release by Amplicon.

Where can people here more of your music?



If you'd like to submit tunes for the unsigned section, please go here.


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