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Bass & Garage

Shambhala 2019 Mix Series – Left/Right

Published on June 25th, 2019 | by Sid Wesley

Texan heavyweight Left/Right is making his Shambhala debut this year, so to try and burn off some of the excitement that is inevitably building for him personally, he’s dropped this brand new Bass House promo mix... Read More


Bass & Garage

Groove Mind – Worldwide Bangers Mix Vol.2

Published on April 24th, 2019 | by Sid Wesley

Italy’s Groove Mind has once again been scouring the planet for the biggest and most badass tracks for volume 2 of his ‘Worldwide Bangers’ mix series. After his hunt, he’s pulled together an amazing selection of... Read More


Bass & Garage

GUAU [Punkscast:049]

Published on January 9th, 2019 | by Sid Wesley

Just before Punks Music‘s mighty ‘Punkscast’ reaches its 50th episode, they’ve invited Spain’s heavyweight Breaks n Bass producer GUAU to take the controls of episode 49 and it has to be said, he’s played an absolute... Read More


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The 12 Days Of Christmas-Day 4: NAZA LSM Mix

Published on December 17th, 2018 | by Tariq Ziyad

NAZA shares an exclusive mix of bass n breaks for LSM.. DJ NAZA mixes up a weighty selection of bass bangers and breaks smashers for you to blast out of the speakers during the festive season... Read More


Bass & Garage

WheresNorth? [Punkscast:043]

Published on May 22nd, 2018 | by Sid Wesley

Sheffield’s very own Bass fiend WheresNorth? drops his brand new mix on the mighty Punks Music imprint. If you’ve caught music by WheresNorth? or any of the previous ‘Punkscast’ mixes before, you’ll already know that bass... Read More


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  • Gimme a wob, gimme a wob, gimme a wob and what have you got? A wobwobwob. That’s basically how the genre known as dubstep came to be and these days there are all sorts of different wobs. Some go wob, whereas others go wobwob. But they all have one thing in common which is that unforgettable wob sound that makes them stand out from sounds. Dubstep mixes basically go wob but for about an hour. Check out the best of ’em on LSM.

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