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5 Unmissable D&B Cuts For Record Store Day

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Today marks the first Record Store Day of 2021, a day when over 200 independent record shops all across the UK come together to celebrate their unique culture. After the year of lockdowns we’ve just experienced, today seems more important than ever to support your local independent record shop & to grab a few slices of vinyl for your collection.

As always there are a load of exclusive bits of vinyl to be hunted down on record store day. We’ve broken down our top 5 slices of wax that all D&B lovers need to get their hands on before they sell out, or end up on Discogs for extremely inflated prices!!

Record Store Day

Sub Focus – Solar System / Siren

Sub Focus drops this epic piece of vinyl featuring 2 huge anthems from his recent catalogue of releases ‘Solar System’ & ‘Siren’.

Various Artists – AFT25PARTY EP

Following up on the recent H25PITAL compilation album, which celebrated the labels quarter century, Hospital Records have pressed up the AFT25PARTY EP, featuring 4 new remixes & 1 original track from the likes of Camo & Krooked, S.P.Y, Kings Of The Rollers, Lynx, Q Project & Villem.

Asylum – Da Bass II Dark (Stealth Remix)

A stone cold Metalheadz classic gets a gritty remix, remaster & release just in time for Record Store Day! Also keep your eyes out for Mark Systems debut release on Headz. Both these vinyl releases are very limited so buy on sight!

Serum – Gator / Tokyo Rose

Serums solo single on Critical Music is available on an extremely limited green marbled 10″ press, featuring exclusive artwork by Pointless Illustrations.

Andy C – Sour Mash EP

The debut release from a 16 years old Andy C! This EP was the start of the Ram Records empire. Expertly remastered from the original DAT recordings, the Sour Mash EP is presented on 180g heavyweight vinyl


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Record shops historically were the local hubs of the emerging jungle / D&B scene, the location of the iconic De Underground record shop was recently granted a blue plaque to mark its cultural importance.

Find your nearest independent record shop & go buy some drum & bass vinyl today!

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