If this proves anything, a quarantine can’t stop the underground. We’ve got a lot to cover, so we’re going to knock this like wham, bam, thank you ma’am! We hope you are being safe
Our boy 27 dropped a hot new promo video for his upcoming EP, with an official full release soon (Proverb 27). He also dropped another quarantine mix, putting down the sweet jungle sounds, including a new original from 27 himself at the 12:19 mark, plus new content from Aseity that was undisclosed.
Speaking of Aseity, we got the tip on some new releases. He has 2 upcoming releases. The first is on Uptempo, and the second is an EP on Viral-Mental Records. That’s all we can say right now, but the tracks are bangers. You know I got to hear some samples myself, and they are everything you could expect, complete fire! Wait until we can show you how tight this cover art is on the EP! Totally badass!
In the meantime, we got an Aseity throw-back vinyl mix from 2003, titled, “Hearse Driver,” and you can hear that this Saturday, 4/10, on RadioKallisti at 8 PM EST because with the quarantine popping off, we won’t sit on this one. Expect an official release the following Sunday on our Mixcloud. Big ups Asiety!
Can’t wait till Saturday? You might have missed it. We didn’t get a chance to cover it as much as we would have liked. Aseity dropped a new mix for napdnb.com several weeks back! Please give that a spin if you haven’t yet.
Ian Hayes’ (LightsOut) musical tastes were forged at a young age with grunge, punk rock, early electronica and hip hop. He went from electric bass to the decks at the age of 17. Beginning to experiment with production soon after, he was inspired by the darker electronic sounds of acid techno, hard trance, trip hop, industrial, and especially drum’n’bass. He applies the early love of the dark sounds with attempts to create futuristic atmospheres and “journey” type story telling in the DJ set. Graduating from Appalachian State University for Audio production with a double bass concentration in 2010, he formed a connection with Nu-Soul Magazine and moved from North Carolina to Los Angeles, CA where he became affiliated with Westbay Music, soon followed by Signal Flow Radio, a weekly show that provides a glimpse into the excellent drum’n’bass talent that LA has to offer. Now residing in Brooklyn, NY, LightsOut is attempting to continue the Signal Flow tradition in an east coast edition on dirtybass.fm, as well as DJing and producing drum’n’bass, techno, and other electronic genres.
Playing this week is a replay from a few weeks back, featuring all drum and bass from Danny the Wildchild, and Dabomz X-Clusive, so stay tuned in all night for more dnb medicine for the soul.
This week Betsy has a great line-up of gothic and other dark music, featuring acts such as Killing Joke, Fields Of The Nephalim, and one of my personal favorites, Corpus Delicti. Tune in at 4 PM EST, this Wednesday (April 8th)
Tainted in Tarnished will be back with a new episode Friday (April 10) at 6 PM EST and if you missed last weeks show, we got you covered!
Of course, we couldn’t have RE-GEN X without our beloved man down under, DJ Infectious Unease bringing more dark beats to go with such ominous things going on. You can catch his show on the AIR Mondays and Tuesdays every week at 3 PM EST.