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Akul – Blaze Heat (B&H Records)

The Sydney-based artist delivers our latest UKBM premiere with a dark & swinging 2-step bomb via a brand new & exciting label

Our latest UKBM Premiere take us down under to Sydney, Australia where an exciting, brand new label is about to launch with an equally exciting, brand new V.A compilation.

The label is B&H Records and it’s headed up by Myledo, an artist and DJ who’s been turning heads of late with her wicked productions on labels such as La Bon Musique, Finespun Records Extra Spicy.

The first release comes in the form of a 7 track V.A compilation entitled Taken To The East Vol. 1, a hugely impressive body of work which enticingly dips into various sounds including 160, Footwork, Drum & Bass, Jungle & UKG and features some very promising producers from Australia’s rising underground scene.

From the comp we are very happy to premiere Blaze Heat from Sydney-based producer Akul, an artist we have previously featured on our premiere channel, who delivers a dark & swinging 2-step bomb that will have you raising your gun fingers and screaming for the reload.

Taken To The East Vol. 1 is out 24th October. Buy here and name your price.

Tracks

1. Kaur Kentaur x CB – Placid Cyclone
2. Myledo – Flutestep
3. Akul – Blaze Heat
4. Floortwenty – Wandering Soul
5. Myledo – Milk (ShinBoneRemix2)
6. Noisy Wilson – Monk
7. Myledo – Milk

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