Brainwork – Vitality

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Skankandbass is dedicated towards the official promotion of record labels and artists in the world of drum & bass music. Since inception in 2009, Skankandbass has unearthed some of the freshest talents in the scene and has opened many doors for unsigned artists. Now, through Skankandbass Records we release a series of free download singles which aims to further help spread the work of the best unsigned, newcomer artists who deserve more recognition.

As drum & bass becomes an increasingly more global scene, we’re lucky to be in a position to shine a light on very deserving young talent from around the world. Our latest release is no different, coming to us all the way from Australia, from Sydney based talent Keegan Panetta aka Brainwork. His fresh but mature sound design caught our attention last year on his debut solo release on Differential, and is on full display on ‘SNB053: Vitality / Spheres’.

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Camo & Krooked – Loa

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Camo & Krooked continue their reign of the global drum & bass landscape with their latest single ‘Loa’. They’ve returned to Hospital Records following the release of their latest LP on their own imprint Mosaik, and huge single ‘Atlas’ with UKF.

‘Loa’ is inspired by the roots of Haiti, this atmospheric yet crispy stepper has razor sharp production, bursting at the seams with a rich tapestry of Hatian vocals, layered with Camo & Krooked’s signature style. Chants are greeted by a modern D+B swing, celebrating all manner of forward-thinking approaches to D+B.

Camo & Krooked are two of Europe’s prime producers in dance music, with a back catalogue that boasts massive drum & bass anthems such as ‘Watch It Burn’, ‘Turn Up The Music’, and ‘Move Around’. They’ve toured their own multi-sensory live show across Europe, Australia and the US and continue to headline shows with their dynamic sets throughout D+B dancefloors worldwide.

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