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*Artist Interview* Mister Black

*Artist Interview* Mister Black

Give us a little history of Mister Black including your work as The Unknown. It all started back in 2009 when a good friend of mine had finally talked me into making remixes for Crack4djs (Crooklyn Clans Sister Label). At the time I wanted nothing to do with mainstream music, especially the top 40 remix...
*New Track* 95 Royale - The Lost Jackson Files

*New Track* 95 Royale – The Lost Jackson Files

Hey guys! Do you like disco funky french house bass bounce deepness? If your like me you do. Also, if your like me, you will like 95 Royale. Also, if your like me, it will blow your mind that he is only 17 years old and brings so much funk. This track stood out to me...
*New EP* Bassnectar - Freestyle EP

*New EP* Bassnectar – Freestyle EP

Bassnectar is one of the more explosive acts touring the world in EDM at the moment, and has been for a few years. He has worked with everyone it seems like, and if he hasn’t yet, he probably will soon. If you haven’t seen his live show (or his hair), make plans to do so...
*New EP* Mister Black - Moral Decay EP

*New EP* Mister Black – Moral Decay EP

There is a darkness lurking in the Midwest. It has a name, and its name is Mister Black, A.K.A. The Unknown on CrooklynClan.netand A.K.A. Corey Neilson of Minneapolis, Minnesota. He has a steady history of bringing the heat. No matter if its creating his signature sound of bass madness in the studio, or getting crowds...
*New EP* Darkgrey - Festival Freebies

*New EP* Darkgrey – Festival Freebies

Darkgrey, a.k.a. Charlie Smith out of Cedar Rapids, Iowa is doing big things. He has a very signature style that his name represents quite well, and he knows how to get the party movin’. September 14th and 15th there was a humble festival held in Decorah, Iowa known as the Adventure Camp Music Festival with...
Moar Bass: Top 10 DnB Summer Tunes

Moar Bass: Top 10 DnB Summer Tunes

I know I am probably going to get TONS of responses from drum and bass fans saying “what about that track” or “how the hell can you forget this track”, however I feel with all things and history considered, these tracks truly represent the rich collection of the sounds that defined summer drum and bass...