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For this weeks podcast we decided to massively up the tempo from last weeks stunningly relaxed effort with a detour into the fast paced terrain of drum and bass and naturally turned to DC Breaks to provide this weeks exclusive podcast.
For those of you less than familiar with the D&B pioneers it all started when Andy C’s seminal imprint Ram Records signed several tracks to Frequency Recordings back in 2005. This steady stream of releases helped cement the act's profile as both supreme DJs and future leaders of drum and bass and saw them storm the scene over the coming years, unleashing their anthemic basslines on dancefloors from London to LA, bringing big hype to the scene with remixes for major international artists and labels such as Universal, Sony, Island, Parlophone, EMI and Ministry of Sound.
Far from studio hermits DC Breaks have spent years crafting their unique live performance in clubs and festivals around the world, DJing across 6 decks and two mixers, and as a result have forged a reputation as one of the most exciting acts in Drum & Bass for their willingness to break boundaries. So with this in mind and a fresh release entitled Gambino/Burning ft Camden Cox set to drop on Ram Records on November 18th, a remix for Loadstar on the horizon and a series of upcoming dates in Oxford and Bologna before returning to the capital for Ram’s Xmas bash on December 12th we thought the time was right to welcome them to the DT podcast to deliver the energy of one of their sets to all our fans not quite lucky enough to catch them in the flesh over the coming months!