Ladies and gentlemen, as promised I’ve started my own podcast! It’s my chance to once again give you a taste of beats I think you need to hear delivering the full 360 degrees of Drum & Bass. Each podcast will be no less than one hour long and the plan is to deliver it to you at the end of each month. Expect to hear the newest D&B alongside the occasional throw back to classics and unreleased dubplates. Below is my very first podcast with options to subscribe on iTunes, listen on Mixcloud and download. I hope you enjoy my maiden voyage.
Ed Rush & Optical – Automaton (Virus Recordings)
LJ High – Robot Skank
Enter Shikari – The Bank Of England (Lynx Remix) (Hospital Records)
Underdog – Sculptress (Digital Blus)
Break Ft. Singing Fats – Free Your Mind (Symmetry Recordings)
Breakage – Roller (Digital Soundboy)
Zero T – Roxy Music VIP (Dispatch Recordings)
Muwookie – Memories (Rowpieces Remix)
Maverick Sabre – Come Fly Away (Ivy Lab Remix) (Mercury)
Seba – As Long As It Takes (Secret Operations)
HLZ – Theia (Integral Records)
Artificial Intelligence – Letting It Go (feat. Scar) (Metalheadz)
G.H.O.S.T – Rattler VIP
Dub-One – Cool n Deadly
Two decades have passed since I played at the original Metalheadz Sessions at Blue Note, London. It was unquestionably one of the outstanding weekly events in the history of Drum & Bass. Headed and owned by Goldie with myself as a resident DJ alongside Doc Scott, Grooverider, Randall, Kemistry, Storm, Marley Marl, Clarky, Ink, Loxy, Cleveland Watkiss and Justyce, these sessions were musically a turning point in the genre. Still a stalwart today, they called upon me to make an exclusive mix for their Soundcloud page ahead of the Metalheadz History Session at Phonox in London on the 4th of November 2015. I decided to do something a bit different to the broader set I’m playing on the night by solely dedicating this mix to music from a golden year in Drum & Bass – 1996. Full track list and event details are available on the Metalheadz Soundcloud.
October 22nd, 2015 | Posted by Bailey Intabeats | Filed under Video
Here’s another clip from my Ministry of Sound Radio Intabeats video archive. Veteran Bristol DJ Dazee takes the stand to give you a taste of what current day Jungle music is all about.
More to come…
October 14th, 2015 | Posted by Bailey Intabeats | Filed under Video
I’ve had another dig into my Intabeats video archive from Ministry of Sound Radio and found another mix from you. This one is by LSB, an artist who himself will admit things started taking off for him after I aired his first track on BBC Radio 1Xtra. Nowadays you’ll find his name associated with iconic Drum & Bass labels such as Hospital, Metalheadz, Soul:R to name a few. Each time Need For Mirrors and I book him for Soul In Motion, you can hear the progression in his production and mixing. He gets better and better.
Apologies once again for the poor sound quality on this raw footage but as mentioned before in my previous post for the DJ Marky mix, it’s probably better this way. Piracy is rife these days.
October 8th, 2015 | Posted by Bailey Intabeats | Filed under Video
Shockingly, I almost forgot that I’d filmed a lot of the DJ’s that guested on my weekly Intabeats radio show when I used to be on Ministry of Sound Radio . I thought it would be nice to let people see some of their favourite selectors up close and personal.
I’ll apologise in advance for the poor sound quality but having noticed the tracks being played have no radio drops covering them up, it’s probably better this way. People like to steal too much.
Here’s raw footage of DJ Marky in the mix for the Christmas show in 2013.