Ivy Lab – Rise Up Mix #013 presented by Trap Magazine 11/2013

info: trapmagazine.co.uk, soundcloud.com/ivylab, criticalmusic.com

Rise Up 013 comes courtesy of Ivy Lab – the trio of producers known individually as Sabre, Stray and Halogenix signed to the mighty Critical Music imprint. This mix proves one thing – Drum & Bass is back, ready to stamp its authority on the UK underground again after retreating to the shadows to let the house-music wave roll on by. []

Bold statement by TRAP Magazine … Check out this entertaining mixtape by a collective established by some of our favourire artists. It feels a bit like a snippet mix with quick switchups and lots of different flavours/influences in the beginning featuring genre-hybrids and a couple of real gems. The second half of the mix is more Drum and Bass focussed with many high quality contemporary tunes.

Tha Alkaholiks – ‘Damn’ [Loud Records]
Mad Lion – ‘Take It Easy’ [Weeded Records]
Zion I – ‘The Drill’ [Raptivism Records]
Black Milk – ‘Bounce’ [Fat Beats]
Nick Modern – ‘Binary’ [Adapt]
Sam Binga – ‘AYO!’ [Critical Music]
Eprom – ‘Pipe Dreams’ [Rwina Records]
Darkhouse Fam – ‘Brockwilde’ [Earnest Endeavours]
Fis & Overlook – ‘Tides’ [Dub]
Great Dane – ‘Invite Only’ [Alpha Pup]
Gamma – ‘Bounce’ [Dub]
Dissident – ‘Evolution Leaps Forward’ [Offshore Recordings]
Foreign Concept ft DRS – ‘Falling Stars’ [Critical Music]
Stealth – ‘Chimera’ [Critical Music]
Cern – ‘Conway’ [Dub]
Roni Size – ‘New Forms’ (Machinedrum Juke Edit) [n/a]
Calibre – ‘Wilderness’ [Signature]
Sabre & Survival – ‘Omega King’ [Revolution Records]
Dabs ft MC Kwality – ‘Skull & Bones’ [Horizons Music]
War – ‘Lesser Evil’ [Dub]
Drifter – ‘Elsewhere Now’ [Fokuz Recordings]
Eastcolors – ‘I Don’t Know Why’ (Dabs Rmx) [Avantgarde Recordings]
Kasra & Enei – ‘Spiral’ [Critical Music]
War – ‘Slumber’ [Dub]
Loxy & Isotone – ‘Ancients’ [Cylon Recordings]
Enei ft Sam Wills – ‘Circles’ [Critical Music]
Halogenix ft. Zoe Klinck – ‘Raw Deal’ [Drum & Bass Arena]

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