- 1. MUST DIE! & Mantis - Culture 4.15 39136 plays
- 2. Eptic - Like A Boss (Barely Alive Remix) 4.24 38147 plays
- 3. Antiserum & Mayhem - Pakistan 4.56 19662 plays
- 4. Trampa - Gunfingers Ft. Slick Don 4.09 21088 plays
- 5. DISKORD - Freak 3.15 19132 plays
- 6. Torqux - Up My Slang 3.04 13861 plays
- 7. Zomboy - Raptor (SKisM & LAXX Remix) 4.17 29620 plays
- 8. Megalodon - Danger Zone 4.36 20700 plays
- 9. Culprate - Drop Ft. Torqux 3.51 22133 plays
- 10. MUST DIE! - Feline 3.28 22214 plays
- 11. Eptic - Space Cats 2.58 24054 plays
- 12. Buku - Cake Dough Cheddar 4.26 24471 plays
- 13. 501 - Emotive 3.22 29333 plays
- 14. Far Too Loud - Acid 9000 (5C4R Remix) 4.38 30611 plays
- 15. Hyper Crush - Illegalities (MUST DIE! Remix) 3.49 40971 plays
- 16. Mantis - Desolation (VIP) 4.30 30882 plays
- 17. Bro Safari - The Drop (MUST DIE! Remix) 3.43 42319 plays
Zomboy - WTF!? / WTF!? (Cookie Monsta Remix) 2 tracks, 7.13 Never Say Die Records on April 30, 2014 11:45
NSD Vol. 56 (Part 1-4) - Mixed by Barron, Mantis, Trampa and Trolley Snatcha 4 tracks, 1.03.29 Never Say Die Records on April 24, 2014 14:52
Now entering their fifth year as a label, Never say Die Records have advanced as one of the leading portals for bass music. Created to nourish and develop a sound that its makers, Tommy Dash and Nick Sadler are passionate about, Never Say Die have fast become trailblazers in a thriving and vastly expanding bass culture.
Releases have come from frontiers including the Freestylers, Foreign Beggars, Noisia, Skrillex, Flux Pavilion, High Rankin, Pirate Soundsystem, Zomboy, Dodge & Fuski, 501 and SkisM with the released tracks featuring on numerous hit international dance compilations, and each gaining props from the nations airwaves with BBC Radio 1, 1xtra, BBC 6, Kiss 100, Capital FM and the like pushing their sounds. Never Say Die are far from unacquainted with No.1’s in various Beatport charts and have clocked over 26 million views on YouTube; a number that continues to grow with each release.
Relationships with industry protagonists such as UKF, Ministry of Sound, EDM.com and VIBE magazine have reinforced Never Say Die's amplifying position as leaders in bass music, offering the label and its many artists a steadfast future.