Alienmade and Kodama have been chosen to deliver to us these messages of high importance by manipulating the frequencies of sound transforming it into the artform of what we nowadays call "music".
Everything started for Rax in '08 when he just discovered the 140 music by listening to podcasts, mixes and going out to bass-music nights in Bucharest. It was still a blurry picture of the bass music scene, until he went to Outlook Festival. The atmosphere, the artists and sound systems got him thinking in a more realistic and serious way about the dubstep scene and bass music in general.
First event for our monthly sessions in club Expirat is bringing the versatile Bristol duo Kahn and Neek. With a diverse music selection their sets are always bringing the element of surprise. Each session is unique, so be sure not to miss their first appearance in Romania.
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.
With the subsequent, planet-sized addition in its musical orbit, Sentry welcomes another critically acclaimed bass music veteran to its coveted artist roster. SP:MC, a multi-faceted producer and vocalist, who cemented his status as a highly talented producer with outstanding releases through Tempa and System among others.
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.
Following the evolution of dubstep and the new wave of artists we invited the Croatian producer Egoless for an interview to discuss about his vision of music, the way he embraced this sound and introduced his musical punk background into the 140BPM productions.
We begin the 2019 monthly residence in Expirat club by inviting the french dub and bass music producer Von D. With three albums and multiple EPs under his belt, Von D is also recognised for featuring exclusive and unreleased dub or dubstep tunes, alongside his own music.
Our next guest for Social Sundays sessions is ZO. Music promoter and DJ based in Cluj Napoca, ZO started making a name for himself by promoting bass music in Cluj. For seven years now, he pushes the scene forward booking names such as D Double E, Loefah, Flava D, Kromestar, Commodo, just to name a few.
Our next club night is featuring V.I.V.E.K. with local support from Agmantav, Irie Warriors Sound System and WRK. Sound will be powered by the mighty Irie Warriors Sound System.
Playlist selection and style of mixing made Agmantav one of the most respected dubstep Djs in Romania. Both as a dj and producer, he is influenced by the heavy sound of the deep and dark areas of grime and dub.
Most people know Mala from Digital Mystikz, Deep Medi and the DMZ clubbing nights he puts on. The whole scene and community around him is organic, profound and honest. As a builder he always took risks but the results never disappointed, they always stun.
26th of April @ Expirat Club, Bucharest | The London-based producer started his own SYSTEM nights in London some years ago, which included his own custom-built soundsystem. V.I.V.E.K.’s SYSTEM nights soon turned into a record label that has been releasing some of the most forward thinking sounds in dubstep since its 2013 debut EP ‘Asteroids’.
In summer 2017 Black Rhino Music team took a road trip to Outlook Festival. We had two of our crew members playing music there, Low Freq b2b Fane, and based on a Dj competition we organised in partnership with Mixcloud, we have selected Mi-tzu to play a set there too.
This year Black Rhino Music was commissioned by TimeShift Music Festival to propose a two days lineup for one of the festival stages. Our work began by selecting and proposing artists to festival management and continued with responsibilities such as artist care, drivers and stage management.
We were searching for some time for a small club that fits our criteria of atmosphere. We visited club Motiv two or three times before, and each time we were welcomed by nice people, open to all kinds of music genres.
Representing the drum and bass sound, BAU is coming in a full formula with Mc. Dru Klein and Mc. Tina.