We are proud to announce a new label to the Reprise Publishing roster: Lifted Music
Lifted Music was started by Chris Renegade in 2006. The Label released The Prologue EP in early 2007, their first release; a compilation of tracks by Spor, Apex, Ewun & Evol Intent. Manager Chris Renegade had now begun to promote the label with Podcasts featuring many of the artists on his label, and these helped to spread Lifted Music further among Drum & Bass fans.
After subsequent releases and live shows, Lifted Music gained approval by artists & DJs Andy C, Friction, Noisia, Pendulum, TeeBee & Calyx. In 2008, Lifted Music carried out further promoting by touring across Russia, North America, and Europe.
2013 sees further releases from Spor, Neonlight, Memtrix and Mefjus.
We are proud to announce another new signing to the Reprise Publishing roster – Neonlight
Neonlight is the union of two very different personalities who have one particular thing in common – a true passion for Drum & Bass.
With (forthcoming) releases on labels like, Lifted Music, BSE, Viper, Bad Taste, SOM Music, C4C, Eatbrain, Red Light and Trust In Music the German duo entered the world wide Drum & Bass scene over the last two years. So watch out for more dancefloor pressure in the upcoming months. We are very excited about what we are going to hear.
We are proud to announce another new signing to the Reprise Publishing roster – Mefjus
Mefjus is one of the latest big talents to emerge from the Austrian drum and bass scene. His furious productions and collaborations speak for themselves and can be found in most of the neurofunk mixes out there right now.
Coming from a Hip Hop background and being familiar with outboard equipment, Mefjus entered production early on. Today most of it happens inside the computer but to give the huge sounds some extra spice.
Mefjus looks beyond boundaries and feels just as comfortable in the world of downtempo, dubstep and other electronica.
With lots of great releases that he already had on Bad Taste, Disturbed, Trust in Music, Citrus, Tilt, Mindtech, Ammunition Recordings and just as many bangers forthcoming, the future looks very bright for Mefjus.
We are proud to announce another new signing to the Reprise Publishing roster – Dabs
Davide Rustici aka Dabs, is an exciting new talent in the new-school D&B camp.
In the years he has received big support from artists such as Laurent Garnier, Ed Rush & Optical, Andy C, Cause4Concern, Dj Marky, Chris.SU, State Of Mind to name but a few. With releases on Dispatch Records, Horizons Music & Cyclone it seems some of the scenes all knowing figures have taken a liking to this fresh Italian producer.
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We are proud to announce a new label to the Reprise Publishing roster – Critical
Conceived by D&B visionary Kasara back in 2002, in a front room in north London, the Critical Music name has since blossomed into one of the most successful independent record labels in the UK today.
Grown from a simple idea driven by a commitment to putting out the best music the scene has to offer, it has now become one of the most well respected electronic dance music labels in the UK. Nurturing new talent and releasing some of the freshest breaks and beats from the likes of Enei, Foreign Concept, Break, Rockwell, Sabre, Stray, Cyantific, Marcus Intalex, S.P.Y, Calibre, Total Science and many more, it has gone on to build a loyal following around the world driven on by Kasra’s never ending quest to release quality underground bass music.
Ever-evolving the label has recently substantiated itself even more so with the exclusive signing of two of the world’s most talented producers, Russia’s Enei and Brighton’s Foreign Concept, each having proved themselves to be two of the shining lights of the new generation of drum & bass artists.
Music coming soon!
The Distronet EP is to be the second record released on the Damu/Rogerson curated imprint, Fulcrum Records, following the stripped-back UK dancefloor grit of Paleman’s inaugural EP.
It takes an extraordinary talent to take the history of House and Techno and restructure it to the point of satire, but there’s something undeniably fun about the prickly broken beats that makes Thefft’s music so distinctive.
Thefft gets consistent support from Loefah and Disclosure he was also selected by Mary-Anne Hobbs to play on her XFM stage at the Camden Crawl in London.
This 4 track EP marks the start of the next chapter for this consistently baffling and exciting young producer. Catch him bringing sound systems to life over the autumn with members of the Fulcrum Records family.
FULC002. Thefft – Distronet EP
A1. Jungle Out There
B1. This Way Down
Released by: Fulcrum Records
Release date: 22nd October 2012 on vinyl, digital soon after…
Jett (real name Jett Glozier) is an East London based Producer and DJ. His debut release “I Know I Want You” came out in July 2012 on Jaymo & Andy George’s Moda Black imprint, it went straight into the Beatport House sales chart and attracted attention from respected DJs across the scene.
Following the release, Jett was approached by a number of labels looking for remixes including Fatboy Slim’s Southern Fried Records; these remixes are set for release in late 2012.
Drawing influences from many aspects of House, Techno & Garage, Jett’s sound is incumbent but not exclusive to these styles. His focus is usually the Dance floor… hooky leads, looping vocals and a healthy abundance of low end are defining features of his signature sound.
Although very early in his production career, his music has received support from Sinden, Mary Anne Hobbs, Waifs & Strays, Zombie Disco Squad and many others from the Underground house scene.
More recently Jett’s DJ mixes have been described as eclectic, mixing the old with the new and demonstrating his wide influences of Electronic Music, whilst always being a platform to showcase new or forthcoming material.
Whether in the studio, at club nights or lost in record shops, Jett’s passion to create and discover new music is never ending. With further remixes and original tracks all expected in the near future, Jett is a name to watch.
We are proud to announce another new signing to the Reprise Publishing roster – Dantini
Based in London, Dantini has been producing since the age of 16, starting out as a video game music producer for his friends’ projects. He found his calling in EDM at 18 & has been producing dubstep since 2009 when he joined Dubfreaks; a collective of young producers & DJs which included Dream.
Gathering influences from a wide range of genres, he has shown his versatility & talent; most notably with his breakthrough track, a remix of JavanDee’s ‘Final Escape’ which was featured on the UKFDubstep YouTube channel, amassing over 1 million views.
Now gaining support from Skream & Benga on their weekly Radio 1 show, his energetic, yet melodic style has gained him a growing fan base, & with all the momentum he’s building, Dantini is a producer to keep your eye on for sure!
21 year old Dee:See AKA Declan Curran is a Dubstep/Bass Music/Garage/140 producer and DJ who alternates between Oxford and Sheffield. With 3 releases under his belt already in 2012, more on the way and a growing youtube following for his remix of Manu Chao’s “Me Gustas Tu” he is quickly becoming well reconised. With a style that’s hard to put your finger on he has received regular radio play on BBC1XTRA and RINSE from heads at the top of their game such as Plastician, Distance, Gemmy, Kutz, Dream, Mistajam, Bannerworx, Chimpo and many others. The support from big names is growing fast for Dee:See.