Loose Lips Winter Rave w/Dave Monolith & Radioactive Man

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Wicked London based collective Loose Lips kick off December in fine style this weekend with their Winter Rave on Friday in Bar 512 in Dalston featuring a very Skirmish friendly line up with our favourites Dave Monolith, Radioactive Man and P-Hocto all on the bill, along with residents Rommek, Medallion Man and Danbe. I couldn’t recommend it anymore and for only £10

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Radioactive Man – White Light Monochrome

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Regular readers to this blog will know we are massive fans of Radioactive Man and any new release he does always fills us with excitement. White Light Monochrome is the brand spanking new E.P. by the London producer and is a future funk extravaganza. As with all his releases, the production is watertight.  From the steady build of the self

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dBRm (Radioactive Man+dBridge Collaboration) 3 track EP

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This is  a project we’ve been excited about since we first heard whisperings it was going to happen about a year ago. dBRm is a collaboration between the mighty dBridge and Radioactive Man, two producers with different styles but equally wicked back catalogues. I was unsure as what to expect but those hoping for drum and bass will be disappointed. THENOTHINGSPECIAL is an E.P. that’s very

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Carl Finlow -Boot E.P. (Electrix Records)

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  Billy Nasty’s Electrix label re-launched this year with the first offering from RadioNasty hitting the stores in March. Back in the swing of things, the label now continues with a new EP by electro legend, Carl Finlow. A true stalwart of the scene, he is is a producer that has always been nothing if not consistently good. Having put out some serious releases under

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Radioactive Man – Interview

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If there’s two things I love in tunes it’s big bass and catchy riffs. Radioactive Man knows how to do these very well. Having been on the scene for 20 years, he’s brought out tonnes of great music, from creating quality tracks with Andrew Weatherall as Two Lone Swordsmen to collaborating with Billy Nasty as well as putting out his own

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