Issue 36 - Feb 2012

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42 DnB / DUBSTEP / BREAKS TECHNOLOGY ARTIST OF THE MONTH STINKAHBELL Issue 36 / FEBRUARY 2012 Guaranteed to tear up the rave, just don't let them in your house Urban/Hip-hop producer Nutty P and MC/Producer Janset form the new and fresh twosome Stinkahbell. They have smashed onto the dubstep scene in style with continuous support from Plastician, Skream and Benga. The quirky and co- lourful duo have impressed listeners with their releases Into your Eyes, Don't Tell Mum About Ibiza and the most recent, Switch Up The Gears which has been received extremely well by the likes of BBC Radio 1 Xtra. The debut singles music video (released early January 2012) is accompa- nied by trippy and bright visuals from We Are Cash and reached an impressive 10,000 views within the first 24 hours. The pair have also received high acclaim for re- mixes such as Chrome Wake Up, Baby Sol vs. Stinkahbell Always and Ty feat Sway Heart Is Breaking. So what's next for 2012? The new year will see the pair release more solo material as well as collaborations with Swindle, Psy:am, OG'z, and Mighty Moe. Exciting remixes of Sam Frank Simple Life and Maverik Sabre No One are also releases to look forward to. Watch out for the duo in the London dubstep scene all over clubs including Cable, Vibe Bar, Plan B and many, many more. DEXCELL Dexcell first official single on Mastermind Records. In an age where everyone is boasting about how many YouTube views their tracks get, Dexcell can calmly put their hands up to hav- ing achieved more than most. Their cheeky bootleg of Ellie Goulding's 'Starry Eyed' has garnered over 3,500,000 views in the last year and has seen the Hertfordshire-based trio receive a massive amount of attention from fans and the industry alike. Sticking to their drum & bass roots, the boys decided to opt for an exclusive deal with one of the scene's most hotly tipped labels, Mastermind Records, who'll be developing Dexcell in the run up to their debut album. 'Believe', featuring Tamar Nicole, is Dexcell's first of- ficial single on the label, and with its soaring vocals and euphoric synth lines, this is clearly going to be a great introduction to what these producers can do. Backed with a full set of remixes including a smooth 140bpm FEBRUARY RELEASES SKTRKT Braiden / Lil' Silva Remixes (YOUNG TURKS) GOTH TRAD New Epoch (DEEP MEDI) JAMES BLAKE Love What Happened Here (R&S RECORDS) DBRIDGE The Little Things / Cornered ( METALHEADZ) SUB ZERO Bi Polar EP (PLAYAZ RECORDINGS) C.R.S.T Pressure/ What I Want (VALVE RECORDINGS) mix from Dexcell themselves, a bouncy electro house remix from In-Tek and a filthy Dubstep rework from Rockso, this single is sure to put Dexcell on the dance music map. Listen to the exclusive DJ mix at: cords/dexcell-dj-mix FUNKYSTEPZ Trouble EP (NINJA TUNE) MARK RADFORD Rinse 18 (RINSE) SYNKRO Progression (EXIT RECORDS) KROMESTAR Dubstep For Deep Heads 4 (DUBSTEP FOR DEEP HEADS) JOHN B Light Speed (BETA RECORDINGS) JOY ORBISON & BODDIKA Froth / Mercy (SUNKLOWUN)

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