The Dub Police 10 release showcases a selection of important tracks from our past to commemorate us reaching the milestone of our 10th birthday.
1. Caspa – For The Kids
2. L-Wiz – Centurion
3. The Others – Fun House
4. Subscape – Nothings Wrong
5. Emalkay – Fabrication
6. Dirty Dog – Selecta
7. Matty G – My 808’s
8. Oiki – Groove
9. Subscape – I Need You
10. Caspa – War Drum (Done Talkin’) feat. MC $pyda
Representing his rich breadth as a creative artist, the ‘Empire’ EP comprises four of the many stand-out productions from The Others’ ‘MyStyle 004’ mix compilation. Treating the mix like a studio album, he created such a strong body of work that the project has spawned an album sampler, the mix itself and these four brand new tracks.
Far too good to keep them to himself, this is the first time these four cuts are available as full tracks in their own right. Four heavyweight slices of uncompromising dubstep; two frenetic collab creations; one epic EP from The Others.
1. The Others – Empire (6:03)
2. The Others – All The Way Down (6:02)
3. The Others & J:Kenzo – The Prophecy (4:41)
4. The Others & Mydas – Lost World (4:37)
Caspa’s uncompromising ‘500’ album project continues with the second of three episodes. The Dub Police founder’s third artist album will eventually comprise each ‘500’ episode – plus additional productions – to create his clearest, most confident long player to date.
Listen to March Of The Marionettes in full:
War Drum (Done Talkin’) feat. MC $pyda has received support from Zane Lowe on BBC Radio 1:
DP105 :: Caspa – 500: Episode Two :: out now on Beatport, iTunes and Juno Download.
1. Caspa feat. MC $pyda – War Drum (Done Talkin’)
2. Caspa – 80′s Kid
3. Caspa – March Of The Marionettes
4. Caspa – Tales Of The Unexpected
Curating and weaving 28 moments of solid sonic gold – including 16 previously unobtainable tracks and eight of his own solo and collaborative productions – The Others has gone to great lengths to represent the entire sub bass spectrum with sharp, slick consistency. Morphing, mutating and shifting through the genre’s many colours, we’re submersed in deep space textures, low-end funk, iced-out fracturisms and stark slices of unfettered euphoria. Each moment wholly complementary to the last; this mix truly deserves ‘journey’ status.
Make no mistakes: ‘MyStyle 004’ isn’t just a bona fide signature document that shows exactly how The Others expresses himself as an artist; it’s a signature document of the entire scene and how creative and exciting it can be in the right hands. Bold, broad and bad: there is no mix out there like this.
1. The Others – Intro
2. The Others – Empire
3. Icicle – Need A Job VIP
4. Genetix – Passenger
5. The Others – Amazonia VIP
6. Matty G – 50,000 Watts (J:Kenzo Remix)
7. Taiko – Fomite
8. Icicle – Acid Acid
9. Sleeper – Civil War (feat. Jamakabi)
10. The Others & Youngsta – Nerve Gas
11. Klax – Link To The Past VIP
12. The Others & Mydas – Lost World
13. Biome & Fallen 45 – Lost
<< L-Wiz – Centurion
14. Compa – Narabeh
15. The Others & J:Kenzo – The Prophecy
16. Bukez Finezt – Under Control
17. Caspa – Reach For The Sky feat. Diane Charlemagne (The Others Remix)
18. Asylum – Always Love
19. Mydas – Listen In
20. Biome – Gated
21. The Others – All The Way Down
<< Emalkay – Crusader
22. Variations – Leaving The Lights
23. Thelem – Haunted Harmonics
24. The Others – Voyager
25. Plastician – Printloop (The Others Remix)
26. Subscape – Ease The Pain
27. Minzo – Fatal
28. The Others – Joy
The Others is currently on a 27-date North American tour with Caspa.
Following sessions from Caspa, D1 and Subscape, The Others is the latest Dub Police artist to mix the prestigious Dub Police MyStyle mix.
Armed with a ton of exclusives from the likes of Icicle, J:Kenzo, Subscape and a massive 8 new productions and collaborations from himself, The Others has made his mark on the MyStyle series and made sure that 004 has his name all over it.
The Others will be joining Caspa on tour this month in North America, and the mix fully represents the type of sets he will be playing at venues across the continent.
UKF got the lowdown on the mix and how it was created – head over to the site to read all about it.
This will be available soon on CD via the Dub Police store.
Dub Police are excited to reveal the first instalment of ‘500’, Caspa’s long-awaited third artist album. Easily his boldest, rawest, heaviest work to date: ‘500’ will be delivered over three episodes, climaxing with a whole body of work complete with additional production. Over the coming months the Dub Police don will be taking us back into the dance where we belong… And it couldn’t happen at a better time.
“500 is an album I wanted to make that didn’t compromise, and allowed me to be completely selfish. I wanted to be in the studio and have fun. I didn’t want to think about who would like it, or where it would be placed. It wasn’t about making music to fill stadiums; it was about making music to fill basements. It’s dark, cinematic, emotional, and raw. 500 is the soundtrack to that vision and movement.” - Caspa
Listen to Stand Your Ground and Your Time Is Now in full:
Before our Dub Police 10 night at The Nest we’re holding a FREE in-store session in London. Come down and learn about creating, mixing and releasing music, plus grab exclusive merch and meet the artists.
Dub Police 10 London In-Store
Tuesday 28th October 2014 – 1PM-8PM
The Rag Factory, 16-18 Heneage Street, London, E1 5LJ
FREE ENTRY – ALL AGES
- Music Industry Expert Panel
- Pioneer DJ Workshop
- Producer Tutorial
- Feedback & Advice on your productions
- Music Video Workshop
- Audio Mastering Class
- Merchandise & More
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BY THURS 23rd OCTOBER
As part of our 10th Birthday celebrations, we’re coming to The Exchange in Bristol! This will be Caspa’s first Bristol performance in two years – make sure you don’t miss it.
Get tickets at the Bristol ticket shop: 41 High Street, Bristol, BS1 2AT
It’s our 10th anniversary, and we want you to help us celebrate!
Established in 2004 by Caspa in London, UK, Dub Police was set up as a platform to release music from the new emerging Dubstep talent. A decade later the label has become an internationally known imprint with artists based across the globe. The label has been hosting events and releasing music in almost every corner of the world, sharing these experiences with like-minded peers and fans. As we have reached the 10th anniversary, we at Dub Police want to mark this occasion.
We’re hosting parties in Bristol, Bucharest, St Petersburg, Moscow and our hometown of London. As our first ever Dub Police night was held at Herbal on Kingsland Road (now since shut down), we thought it would only be right to return back to Dalston – this time at The Nest.
Tickets for Dub Police 10 events are available at our special microsite – www.dubpolice10.com.
Click here for all event information
Click here for the official Facebook event
One of the most critically acclaimed Dub Police artists returns… Subscape, the man behind 2013’s blazing ‘MyStyle 003’ mix, is back! Previously featured on Dub Police’s ‘Past Present Future’ album, ‘I Would Have Loved You’ was so well received that its single release was inevitable. This is a far-reaching EP that is breaking the boundaries between all the best genres.
Charging with a pumping groove, crystalline piano riff, undulating bass and purring vocals, ‘I Would Have Loved You’ is a rare moment of party positivity and dancefloor unity that’s seldom found in deep dubstep. These distinctive motifs echo throughout the remixes, too. LA’s AWE lays down a head-twisting hybrid where formative house organs combine with dreamy overlays and dramatic rolling beats. Meanwhile Atlantic Parade – a brand new act scouted by the sharp ears of Subscape himself – serves up a soul-soothing blend that struts and jacks with timeless deep house majesty. Two of the finest complementary remixes you’ll hear all year, they both highlight Dub Police’s diversity and the label’s ability to identify exciting emerging talent.
This package has received support from Caspa, Crissy-Criss, N-Type, Cutline, The Prototypes, 12th Planet, Datsik, Eddy Temple-Morris (XFM), Skream & Benga (BBC Radio 1), and Sub Focus.
‘I Would Have Loved You’ also comes complete with the brand new production ‘Angels’. Taking inspiration from the LA beat scene, it’s a whirlwind of emotional synths, anchor- like kicks, deep immersive subs and stunning guitar lines that shimmer with sonic beauty. Just like the EP title track, it acts as a great teaser for Subscape’s forthcoming album.
Listen to the AWE and Atlantic Parade remixes in full:
DP102 :: Subscape – I Would Have Loved You :: out now on Dub Police on JunoDownload.
1. Subscape – I Would Have Loved You
2. Subscape – I Would Have Loved You (AWE Remix)
3. Subscape – I Would Have Loved You (Atlantic Parade Remix)
4. Subscape – Angels