Need a gift for a gifted musician?

The SoundCloud Premium accounts also come as virtual gifts and it takes only two minutes to get one. Head over to our Gift page and check out the different Premium accounts starting at only €29 per year.

Gift page


Billy Gone Bad is Cardiff (Wales, UK) based dance producer / DJ Matt Strangis. He self-released his debut album “The Acceptable Face of Rioting” on CD / download in 2008 (Cen:sore Records), and has since had two singles digitally released - “Innie Outie” on Control Breaks (2010) and “Dent” on Heads of the Valley Recordings (2011). His brand of drum and bass / breakbeat / experimental / dubstep has been played by DJs including Huw Stephens (BBC Introducing England), Bethan Elfyn (BBC Introducing Wales), Annie Nightingale (BBC Radio 1), Tom Robinson (BBC Radio 6) and Adam Walton (BBC Radio Wales), and he has been featured in Knowledge and ATM magazine. As a DJ, Billy Gone Bad has supported artists including Dillinja, Congo Natty, Dub Phizix, DC Breaks, Jakwob, Black Sun Empire, Utah Jazz, Biome and S.P.Y.

billygonebad Matt Strangis, Cardiff, Britain (UK)

  • Sicknote - Ring Ya Dad (Billy Gone Bad Remix)

    billygonebad on August 13, 2013 10:50
  • Contains Mild Peril (2008) Artwork

    Contains Mild Peril (2008)

    billygonebad on March 04, 2013 10:03
  • Play
    0.00 / 5.39
    Hide the comments
  • Dead Swan Song (2008) Artwork

    Dead Swan Song (2008)

    billygonebad on March 04, 2013 09:48
  • DBR UK - Bushy (Billy Gone Bad Remix) (Unmastered)

    billygonebad on October 17, 2012 19:11
  • Billy Gone Bad - After Dark Dub (Free 320 download - Dub)

    billygonebad on September 18, 2012 09:49
  • Billy Gone Bad - Lost Touch (Free 320 download - Drum & Bass)

    billygonebad on December 30, 2011 15:26
  • Billy Gone Bad - Dark / experimental drum & bass mix (digital / live), Sept 2011

    billygonebad on September 23, 2011 19:24

Share to WordPress.com

If you are using self-hosted WordPress, please use our standard embed code or install the plugin to use shortcodes.
Add a comment 0 comments at 0.00
    Click to enter a
    comment at