Future Garage & UKG News - Music

DJ Beenie is well known around the midlands for his unique style of mixing. However, it’s not widely known that Beenie is also an accomplished producer as well. Having started DJing at the age of 12, Beenie broke onto the circuit a few years later, at a bar called Bespoke in Derby. He warmed up for big name acts such as EZ, Romeo and Jamie Duggan After starting small as most DJs do, he had an appetite to take it one step further with larger crowds. In 2007 he was offered a job working in Malia,... (more...)

UK Garage veteran Wookie has been getting his share of remix work recently, appearing on a few releases. Well now, the Wookster is back with first original production for 6 years. 2 Us is a mellow yet scatty track featuring the relaxing vocals of Rachel K Collier. Looking back at his first release – Scrappy / Down On Me – you can see that Wookie’s sound has matured in a lot of ways. This track could even fit into the loosely defined Future Garage camp as it’s very melodic... (more...)

New UK Garage for you this evening! Here we have the Official Bassline Remixes of the song Skank (Out My Crew) by The Trinity Band as produced by DJ Beenie. Dj Beenie is well known around the Midlands for his unique style of mixing. Specialising in UK Garage, Bassline and Electro, He has performed infront of 1000 + crowds and warmed up for numerous artists including Judge Jules, DJ EZ, Tim Westwood, Romeo and many more. The Trinity Band (aka TTB) is a five piece musical group founded in 2004 from... (more...)

Trust Again is the brand new one from DJ Q and Louise Williams, which is the follow up to last year’s hit track Over Me. Watch out for the full version and mixes coming soon! Taken from DJ Target’s Friday night show on 1Xtra… [soundcloud url=”http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/46083867″ params=”auto_play=false&show_artwork=true&color=ff00cc” width=”100%” height=”166″ iframe=”true” /]  ...

Jeremy Sylvester hits the UKG scene again with the Rise of Urban Dubz EP, being released digitally on May 21st 2012. Sylvester, using his early NY House roots, has gone back to an early 1995 sound but yet somehow still makes it sound very Slick, AND Fresh, for 2012, which is right up our street. From Nobody Like You‘s piano chords and old school organ bass, to Want You Bad‘s synth stabs and make-it-funky vocal chops, the whole EP is worth more than one listen. For those that haven’t... (more...)

UK Garage outfit The Next Room are currently pushing their latest track You Don’t Know. Back with K.H. and MC Neat, You Don’t Know has been doing the rounds for a while now. Containing a simple, yet effective guitar melody, bouncing 2 step drums, on point singing and what some would say are the best verses MC Neat has put on wax for years, does You Don’t Know deserve a place as a summer hit and a stepping stone for UKG/Bass and Future Garage to get back to the masses? I hope so. TNR... (more...)