Addison Groove -Transistor Rhythm

New Release

I’ve been looking forward to this for a while now, Transistor Rhythm is the debut album by Bristol beatmaker Addison Groove. Already an established producer in his own right under the moniker Headhunter,  Anthony Williams took on the Addison Groove name and released the absolutely stomping tune Footcrab on Swamp 81 in 2010 and sees him exploring a multitude of genre’s

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Nubus – Interview & Tune

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Limerick has a fine history in Drum and Bass and Jungle. One of the finest labels in the genre’s, Subtle Audio, who’ve brought out some deadly releases from the likes of Equinox, Alpha Omega and Polska to name a few, started and is based in the city and there’s been many a good night going on there and some of Ireland’s fiinest DJ’s

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Shane Linehan – Do You Know Who You Are?

Irish New Release

This month, Cork’s very own  Shane Linehan  released his track Do You Know Who You Are? on Swedish label Local Talk. Already an established house DJ in Cork, he’s quickly making a name for himself as a solid producer also with the likes of his latest release and earlier offerings on labels NG415 and his own Basic Grooves Recordings. Do You Know

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Replete – Interview & Mix

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I always love it when I check my email and I have a message from a producer, local or otherwise, that makes savage tunes. This is how I discovered Replete, the Cork based Kilkenny producer emailed his stuff and I loved it instantly. His music at times brings to mind the likes of Burial, Boards of Canada and Royksopp and

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Tam Ferrans – Interview

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 Tam Ferrans is a producer that we’ve been keen on here at the Skirmish blog for a while, having first posted about him last year. As Nonima his productions have always been nothing but quality and along with his other projects Mitoma and Altered Carbon, the Scottish producer has been responsible for releasing some of the best I.D.M. around. There’s always

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