Alienmade joins the Silent Motion family for our 36th installment with a creative release titled No Fks Given.
Bristol-based producer Prizma has followed up his previous 10” white label on Low Tide Recordings with another huge exclusive, "Youtdem".
Cartridge’s long awaited dub, Like Gold, finds it’s home on Romulus with a benchmark 4 track EP, featuring Taiko & Phossa.
#016 from the Infernal Sounds camp showcases returning artist Bukkha in his truest form, displaying his versatility and skilful prowess with three earth-shaking tracks.
Cartridge has been causing quite a stir in the dubstep scene recently with his unique style and super weighty and deliciously tasty productions.
Albion Collective ends its single-digit days with soundsystem vanguards, @lsn-uk. Joined by @axhmusic, the trio carve pathways in raw weight, deep progression and colour-submerged rave in ALBION009.
Natural Selectas is releasing their fifth record featuring Anatta Sound after releases from Somah, Mungk and major Oak.
Mungk is introducing his sound to the dubcom imprint. After his release on Dubstep Rotterdam he now brings his hybrid of dub / dubstep style to us with this 2 track release.
Navy Cut welcome Surreal to the label for his inaugural release! Hailing from Yorkshire, the no-nonsense producer and DJ caught our attention with his production skill and attention to detail.
CNCPT Collective releases their second vinyl with Sub Basics at the helm.
The third release of the Frozen Plates project features two talented producers. We’ve invited them to conjure up the tribal/shamanic side of dubstep. On the “A” side is Leap, with his dark and mind-twisting shamanic tune “VRNA”. On the “B” side comes 11th Hour with “Khorasan,” a tribal war dance that’s sure to wake up the head-hunter in you.
Seizing the spotlight for Sub Audio Records' fourth 12" pressing, Vienna's very own Scooped untethers his long-awaited debut vinyl release.
Ras Zacharri's brilliant vocal gets a proper relick when Roommate & Unity Selekta step to the remix.
With its ninth release, Dream Eater Records presents the second part of the Kromestar vs Ironsoul battle. Same as part one, this one also explores the connection between dubstep and grime with two tracks Karma and Temper.