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Weekly Top 10 Drum & Bass Chart - May 12, 2017 - Magnetic Magazine
We 'S.P.Y' with our little eye, some fat tracks from Agressor Bunx, Enei, June Miller, Cyantifc, and Hugh Hardie...

All sorts of fun things going on...

Hospo have announced their latest endeavors into all things bright and anticipatory with their 'Hospitality Garden Party' at Studio 338.

Next week, I am attending my first ever Soul In Motion session. Will let you know what that's like.

To top it all off, cherry style, Sub Focus has released this bad boy:

"Don't You Feel It" - Sub Focus feat. Alma [EMI]

Hungry for more? YOU CAN'T HANDLE MORE!!!
Okay, go on, I'm sorry - you can.

"Ninja"- Agressor Bunx [Eatbrain]

Agressor Bunx blow my mind. They are so good and so underrated. I've picked Ninja but the whole 'Properties Of Addition' album is insanely good. Good enough for a hyperlink at the very least...you can listen to more here.

"Robotic" - Cyantific [Viper Recordings]

Beefy monster from the London-based producer known for his 'masterful use of synths and trademark stomping drums'. Fun fact, Cyantific used to be two dudes and now he is one. 

"Oppression" - Disprove [Methlab Recordings]

Definitely dredging the darker depths of the drum and bass pond this week. Murky, murk, murkerson.

"Easter Island" - Enei [Critical Music]

Dark and mysterious as the islands and Enei himself - the 'Wolfgang EP' is a good one. Enie we like the cut of your jib.

"Keep On Searching" - S.P.Y [Hospital Records]

Classy D&B tune from Brazilian ledge - with 3 more 'Alone In The Dark' EP's in the works, we're in for a triple treat.

"Love Troubles" - Hugh Hardie [Hospital Records]

Crank up your BBQ and get this on the speakers! HH playing the vibemaster with the first of the releases from debut full-length album, 'ColourSpace'.

"Dominator" - June Miller, James Marvel, MC Mota [RAM Records]

Oh my word. Been waiting impatiently for June Miller to come back into my life and what can I say but worth the feckin' wait! 

"Teddy's Song" - Teddy Killerz [RAM Records]

Described as 'slightly unhinged' by the professionals, new album, 'Nightmare Street' sits on the horizon and is a mix of everything you could damn well want for - dubstep, trap and Don genre - D& flippin' B

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