Dub Police made history last month and became the first Dubstep label to mix on the indie rock radio station XFM, celebrating the release of our massive compilation Past Present Future. The mix is now available on our Soundcloud for your listening pleasure!
Caspa, Trolley Snatcha, The Others and Subscape all played back-to-back with IC3 on the mic – this is not to be missed!
Eddy Temple-Morris in the XFM studio with Dub Police
Subscape, Trolley Snatcha, Eddy Temple-Morris, Caspa, IC3 and The Others on XFM!
Beneath The Fold – Mydas – Dub Police
Are You Scared – Oiki – Dub Police
Blow Ya Speakers – Filth Collins – Dub Police
Fallout – The Others & Emalkay – Dub Police
Magneto – J:Kenzo – Tempa
Squared – Mydas – Dub Police
Get You Down – Subscape – Dub Police
Knives – Getter – Rottun
Fuck You Looking At? – Trolley Snatcha – Dubplate
Rachet – Oiki – Dub Police
No Gyal Tune – Caspa Feat. Rod Azlan – SMOG
Aeropolis (The Others Remix) – BeatauCue – Kitsune
Need A Job VIP – Icicle – Unreleased
Close Your Eyes – Subscape – Dub Police
I Would Have Loved You – Subscape – Dub Police
Belly Of The Beats – Infuze – SMOG
Tribal Dance VIP – Farkas – Biscuit Factory
Madman – Caspa Feat. Riko – Dub Police
Amazonia – The Others – Dub Police
Head Top – Joker – Kapsize
Fighting for Air – Variations – Dub Police
Nothing’s Wrong – Subscape – Dub Police
Angels – Subscape – Dubplate
You Turn Me (VIP) – Laxx – Subway
Real Hustla (Slinnage remix) – Cotti – Sumting New
Sexy Beast – Caspa – Dub Police
Let The Rush Kick In – Caspa & The Partysquad – Dub Police
Reach For The Sky feat. Diane Charlemagne (The Others Remix) – Caspa – Dub Police
Girl From Codeine City – L-Wiz – Dub Police
As an iconic home to emerging dubstep talent for almost a decade, Dub Police have played a pivotal role in the genre’s sonic evolution. To celebrate just how far we have come, Dub Police are proud to present ‘Past, Present & Future’, a 45-track compilation album that showcases the evolution of the sound, by those who helped make it happen.
This album features classic Dub Police tracks, current sounds and much anticipated unreleased tracks by Dub Police artists. The music has been shown support across UK radio, including N-Type and Youngsta on Rinse FM, Hatcha on Kiss FM, Annie Nightingale, Zane Lowe and Skream & Benga on BBC Radio 1, and Eddy Temple-Morris on XFM.
DPCD008 :: Past Present Future – out now on Dub Police.
CD 1 – Past
1. Caspa – Cockney Violin
2. L-Wiz – Girl From Codeine City
3. Matty G – Turf W*rz
4. Caspa – For The Kids
5. The Others – Africa VIP
6. Rusko – Acton Dread
7. N-Type – Way Of The Dub (Caspa Remix)
8. The Others – Gravity
9. Trolley Snatcha – The Future
10. Emalkay – Fabrication
11. Rusko – Cockney Thug (Caspa Remix)
12. Emalkay – When I Look At You
13. Subscape – Nothings Wrong
14. Mungos Hi Fi feat. Earl 16 – International Roots (LD Remix)
15. Conquest – Forever
CD 2 – Present
1. Caspa – Sexy Beast
2. Mydas – Squared
3. Trolley Snatcha – Make My Whole World
4. Dirty Dog – Selecta
5. The Others & Emalkay – Fallout
6. Subscape – When I See You
7. Oiki – Get It Now
8. Ethic – Temple Run
9. Caspa feat. Dismantle – Techno Terry
10. Dirty Dog – Barkin Mad
11. Subscape – I Need You
12. Mydas – Beneath The Fold
13. Filth Collins – Fatboy Riddem
14. Variations – Subbington
15. The Others feat. Lonette Charles – One Man Show (J:Kenzo Remix)
CD 3 – Future
1. Caspa – Mad Man feat. Riko
2. Dirty Dog – Sucker Punch
3. BadKlaat – Get Twisted
4. The Others – Amazonia
5. Matty G & J:Kenzo – SC Connection
6. Variations – Fighting For Air
7. Mydas – The Wait
8. Trolley Snatcha – Ganja Talk
9. Subscape – Get You Down
10. Oiki – Are You Scared
11. Caspa – London Zoo
12. KGB – Hardstyle
13. Subscape – I Would Have Loved You
14. The Others – Joy
15. Trolley Snatcha & Subscape – Give And Take
Following on from the success of his debut EP ‘Get It Now’ released late last year, Russian producer Oiki aka George Abrams is back with a naughty one-track teaser in the form of ‘Are You Scared’. A true statement of intent for his musical progression – this track is bold enough to stand alone and is clearly his biggest tune yet.
This release has received support from Skream & Benga on BBC Radio 1, Ministry of Sound radio, and DJ support from Cookie Monsta, N-Type, B-Traits, Crissy Criss and more.
You can purchase the single here.
DP094 :: Oiki – Are You Scared – out now on Dub Police.
1. Oiki – Are You Scared
That’s right, Dub Police are once again descending on the USA and Canada! This is what happened last time:
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With the release of his unique and accomplished debut EP, ‘What I Do’, Mydas laid out his stall as producer, firmly setting himself apart from the pack. Now Mydas is being welcomed back to the label with his long-awaited follow-up being prepped for release in September. Continuing to forge his open path, the three-track ‘I Am Mydas’ EP clearly marks the evolution in his sound crafted from his time away in the studio and successfully lays down the gauntlet for other producers. Having had the chance to get acquainted, now is the time to listen and take note. Keep your ears to the ground for Edition 2, coming early next year.
This release has already received support from Skream & Benga, Emalkay, N-Type and more.
You can purchase the EP here.
DP083 :: I Am Mydas Edition 1 – out now on Dub Police.
1. Mydas – Squared
2. Mydas & Loz Contreras – Mistakes
3. Mydas – Beneath The Fold
On Saturday the 26th of October, Dub Police will be descending on Bristol to cause havoc and bring the bass to Exchange.
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This will be a night filled with bass music, back to basics with a dark room and big soundsystem.
We’ll let the music do the talking.
Hosts :: Ken Mac & Kaotic
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Ever since the release of Subscape’s MyStyle 003 compilation, I Need You and Close Your Eyes have been highly anticipated for full release. The tracks are now finally available as full-length versions.
The new single continues what has been a big year for Subscape so far. Following a string of impressive and unique releases for Dub Police, his MyStyle 003 compilation released in March showcased the depth and variety of his music, and the single once again asserts his distinctive sound combining signature traits with new progressions. Now, Subscape is turning his full attention to working on his debut album.
This single has already received support from Caspa, Mistajam, N-Type, Sub Focus, ShockOne and 12th Planet.
You can purchase the single here.
DP089 :: I Need You / Close Your Eyes – out now on Dub Police.
1. Subscape – I Need You
2. Subscape – Close Your Eyes
To celebrate the final release from MyStyle003, it was only right to shoot a music video for the lead track.
The music video for I Need You was directed by Czlowiek Kamera. Dub Police used Radar Music Videos to compile various treatments and Subscape was very keen to see Czlowiek Kamera’s idea come to life, so we made it happen! The promo was shot in Poland and explores a group of children who decide to make their own symbolic transition into adulthood. The video was premiered by UKF, gaining over 100,000 views on the first day it was published.
Czlowiek Kamera says: “Growing up is discarding those aspects of our personality that are no longer helpful for the social development of an individual. In spite of feeling the nostalgia, built upon interactions between an object and a person or between people, we have to leave some matters behind in order to see in its full glory what awaits us. This clip depicts the drastic, definite decision of a group of kids, who have already decided to burn a part of their past behind them. There is no tears, but definite decisions, confidence, faith in the reality and the end of a fairy-like life.”
“We shot the clip in several small villages (Węgrów, Ruchna, Korytnica), 90km east of Warsaw. The first and the most important condition we had to fulfil was to secure safety of the kids. We informed police and fire brigade about our plans. Prior to shooting we spent two days with the children (and their parents) to let them get accustomed to us. Most of the sequence with the car was shot spontaneously, we didn’t have to do much to make the kids engage in demolishing the car. We had a lot of good luck on our side with this production – despite small budget we managed to get a high end equipment as well as assemble a good crew. I want to thank to Kamil Płocki and Kamila Boruc, without them this project couldn’t have been successful.”
DP089 :: out 09.09.13 on Dub Police.
1. Subscape – I Need You
2. Subscape – Close Your Eyes
Director: Człowiek Kamera
‘One Man Show’ showcases a different side to The Others’ capabilities. Built around Lonette Charles’ effortlessly soulful vocals, the shuffling rhythm, warm piano melody and loose jazz inflections combine to make a smoky soul track for the bass generation.
First up on remix duties is dubstep figurehead J:Kenzo whose hazy rework plays on the expansive melodies of the original, underpinned by its crafted use of space, meditative bassweight and loose drum pattern. Up next, Ulterior Motive bring a darker take, driven by rattling breaks, warped sfx and thunderous bass, while completing the package is sought after house duo Mak & Pasteman who follow a single for Redlight’s Lobster Boy label with a low-slung house cut that offsets the soul of the original against a driving rhythm and bumping bassline.
This EP has already received radio support from Plastician on Rinse FM, Mistajam on BBC Radio 1xtra and Friction on BBC Radio 1.
You can purchase the package here.
DP080 :: One Man Show – out now on Dub Police.
1. The Others – One Man Show feat. Lonette Charles
2. The Others – One Man Show (J:Kenzo Remix)
3. The Others – One Man Show (Ulterior Motive Remix)
4. The Others – One Man Show (Mak & Pasteman Remix)