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Est. 2010, LSM is the emergency room for broken beats and ill basslines. Our Audiology unit specialize in electro-funk therapy, wonky bangers and wobbly-knees. Our ward only features the sickest free mixes, mash-ups and mishaps.

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Mafia Kiss – New Music

Published on September 7th, 2017 | by Sid Wesley

Because I’ve been hitting a few festivals over the last couple of months and because of the recovery from them, I’ve gotten miles behind with blogging. One of the tunes I’ve been meaning to send your... Read More

Bass & Garage

Punks Music Catch Up

Published on March 28th, 2017 | by Sid Wesley

It’s been a long time, too long in fact since I brought you the latest goings on in the Punks Music camp. The imprint has been firing out heavy hit after heavy hit and such is... Read More

Bass & Garage

Korzi – Sticky – Pack London

Published on January 23rd, 2017 | by Sid Wesley

Pack London have an absolutely huge tune on their hands from Manchester based, Korzi. His track ‘Sticky’ is an Acid fuelled rocket ship that’s gonna blast it’s way into your mind and twist it in ways... Read More

Bass & Garage

GoldYard – W’s (Motherboaard Remix)

Published on January 18th, 2017 | by Sid Wesley

American producer, Motherboaard, has got the burners lit under his huge Bass House remix of ‘W’s’ by, Goldyard and it’s all set to take off in a big way. He’s given the Grime original the heat... Read More

Bass & Garage

M.O.B Ft. Missy Elliot – Party People

Published on January 14th, 2017 | by Sid Wesley

M.O.B returns to the ward and is once again doing his best to remove it off it’s foundations with this destructive and sinister Bass House rework of Missy Elliott’s ‘4 My People’. If you think the... Read More

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  • Nu-Garage, Bass-Wonk, Dubstep, Trap, Drum-Step or whatever niche you carve, these are all on the top of our favourite things in the world. Here you will find the very best free dubstep downloads peppered with choice cuts from sister genres as they emerge. Voila.