Scribbler 049: Sounds of Scribbler I
Mixed originally for the Drum & Bass HQ Podcast

Scribbler 048: J Swif (DnB HQ/Renegade Hardware)

Scribbler 047: Deep (Part2of3)

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Scribbler 046: PRTCL (Notion/Flexout/Automate)


Scribbler 045: Deep (Part1of3)

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Scribbler 044: RAVAGER (The Zoooo/Direct/Simplify)

Ravager first featured on the podcast back in December 2011, his mix back then was met with critical acclaim from the listeners, and has been one of the most downloaded to date. For those not familiar with the high energy sounds of this talented producer from Poland, be prepared to be impressed by his impeccably smooth dance floor mix styles.

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Scribbler 043: BREDREN (Dispatch/Proximity/Demand)

Having featured an exceptional mix for us before, it only felt right  to get the Belgian outfit back to relaunch the podcast after a long break. Bredren continue to impress with their minimal and sinister sounds, having most definitely cemented themselves within the scene and who’s tracks are often played by all the top DJs. Be sure to check out their recent album released on Proximity.

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Scribbler 042: PHASE 2 (Jazzsticks/DNBB)

New arrivals on the drum & bass scene, Phase 2 bring their dynamic sound to the podcast with an exceptional mix that showcases why they are a strong duo to keep note of.

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Scribbler 041: DUSHI (Technique/Formation)

A fresh new talent on the electronic music scene, Dushi is already making waves beyond her Brixton roots. With her unique blend of melodic soulful sounds, coupled with a love for a dirty bassline, Dushi's mix shows us she means business, and is ready to make her mark on the bass music scene.

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Scribbler 040: STUNNA (31 Records/Bassdrive/Fokuz)

All the way from Chicago, Stunna brings us his smooth, deep and sophisticated sounds. An artist that has established himself with great musical credibility and is without doubt in every serious DJs collection after having countless releases under his belt on far too many labels to mention.

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