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Cat Knight Interview

How did you first get involved in the Underground music scene?

Well it all started for me when I fell in love with the wicked flyers way back in the day about 1989 when I was at school, I was so intrigued I had to find out more. I purchased a ‘Fantasia’ tape pack then went out to my first all-nighter called “CREAM/DESTINY” @ Oscars on Clacton pier the rest is history, I was hooked!

3 March 2013 Artist  Drum & Bass  Vocal artist Read more

LTJ Bukem online archive

LTJ Bukem is a pioneer in the drum and bass scene and was a main player for  moving drum and bass in a new direction way back in 1992 with the ground-breaking Demons Theme on Good Looking Records and also helping in the Logical Progression (no pun intended!) of the drum and bass sound from jungle into a new sound known as “Intelligent” or what is known today as “Liquid” .

2 March 2013 Artist  DJ Read more

Default Recordings Facebook Twitter & YouTube

Hey peepz be sure to come say hi on our new social sites. We will be feeding all the latest updates, mixes and future default Recording events so be sure to follow us for all the latest DnB developments.

19 February 2013 Artist  DJ Read more

DJ Flapjack – Founder Default Recordings

With the new website now online i thought it would be a good idea to inform you of whats in store over the next few months. First off we will be giving away one FREE EXCLUSIVE track from one of our artists in the next couple of months for you to download! Also over the coming weeks we will have alot more content appearing on the website with regards to Audio, Video etc and each of our artists will be taking turns in writing a blog every week to keep you updated in what is happening in their world thus keeping the website fresh with new content to read.

19 February 2013 Artist  DJ  Drum & Bass Read more

IDC Interview

How did you first get involved in the Underground music scene?

I’ve always been into music as far back as i can remember. i still remember sitting on the school bus jamming with my massive cassette tape walkman (yes cassette tapes!!!) listening to early hip hop, de la soul, Ice T, Eric B and Rakim, KRS One, Public Enemy, Tuff Crew, Demon Boys.. man the list goes on, that sound inspired me, it was fresh and new. This lead me into the explosion of acid house. By this time I was about 16-17 and I started going to out to all-nighters, some illegal raves and some very early raves such as Fantastic Ibiza, Raindance, and fantasia to name a few which were held in these random warehouses. It was all new back in the day and the vibes where just amazing. Nothing like today. It was all about the music and having a good time, no pretences, everyone was there to have a good time, there was never any trouble or bad attitudes. Things just evolved from there really.

19 February 2013 Artist  DJ  Drum & Bass Read more

Peircey Interview

How did you first get involved in the Underground music scene?

After listening to hip hop for most of the 80’s around 89 I came across the end of acid house era and started to go out to a local club called The Outer Limits which was run by Evil Eddie Richards.I then ended up raviving in London most weekends(Buzby’s,Labyrynth,Bagleys,The Rocket,The End,Leisure Lounge).I also went to some of the bigger ones like Raindance,Dreamscape,Weekend World Etc.

19 February 2013 Artist  DJ  Drum & Bass Read more

QST Interview

QST tells all as we look into what made him the DnB producer he is today

19 February 2013 Artist  DJ  Drum & Bass Read more

IDC looks back at 2012

2012 came with some amazing albums from the likes of Calyx and Teebee, S.P.Y, Enei and A-Sides to name but a few, but 2013 looks to become another epic year for some really anticipated albums coming from some big producers old and new. Here’s a quick rundown of what we can look forward to;

19 February 2013 Artist  DJ  Drum & Bass Read more

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