Stepping up for our 103rd UKBMix is India’s born and bred producer/DJ Stain. No stranger to the stage, Stain has been making waves within the bass music scene for a good while now, with a number of impressive accolades under his belt. He has shared stages with many iconic artists like Plastician, Coki and Loefah (to name a few) and he recently collaborated with Zed Bias, on their track ‘Delhi Birds’ which was released boxout.fm recordings earlier this summer.
Known for his heavy influence from dubstep, jungle and grime, he consistently makes sure his sound always stays fresh while still keeping his roots strong. He is also the former member of Sub-Z crew which he co-founded who were famous for their illegal raves in India, named ”Bassmndi”, used to help push their sound.
Stain has kindly put together an awesome mix for us, guiding us through some of his favourite tracks, both old and new. Featuring a number of tracks from himself and his close affiliates, make sure you turn your subs up for this one. It’ll only hit correct with some nice low-end speakers. Big thanks to Stain for getting involved, and you can keep up to date with him by following him on Instagram / Soundcloud / Bandcamp.
Mobb Deep ft. Big Noyd – The Learning
Paco de Lucia – Entre Dos Aguas
Jamael Dean – Ished Tree
Aglio e Olio
Raakshas Sound – Anti Superstition Dub
Stain – ID
Shandy – Don’t Chat it
Mungk – Puli Kali
Sir Spyro – Side by Side (ft. Bossman, Birdie and President T)
Stain – Geddi Bop Rejected Beat 001
Gisaza – Piri piri dub
Preditah – Sword
Stain – ID
Ankan – PalliGeeti
Kaali Duniya – Working Class Soundboy
Kahn – Imhoptep (Boofy Remix)
Panik – Leave me alone
Stain – Cult of the Rabbit Monster
Rude Kid – Fabric
Sukh Knight – Jigsaw
Miredo – Ret (Rider Shafique Edit)
Young Money – Trophies (Stain Edit)
Shandy – Distant Land
Goth Trad – Sunbeam VIP
Nuphlo – Zimzimma
Robu – Pull Up
Lara started out at the age of 16 as a blogger, setting up her own platform, MakeItGood which ran for 5 years, featuring mixes and interviews with Dubstep artists in collaboration with FatKidOnFire.
“With over 6 years experience working in music promotion, I feel so glad to be running UKBM again, creating more space for new comers and talented artists. It’s amazing to be able to promote and support Bass culture!”