April 3rd, 2016

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By: FatKidOnFire

30 minutes of Commodo

A Bass Education

After an (unintended) long period of absence, we're back with the latest instalment to the 30 Minutes of Bass Education series. Our goal is to revive the series to the same level, frequency and spirit as in previous years - we've no good excuse as to why it's taken so long to get #26 out but the upside of...

March 11th, 2016

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Compa – MEDi091

FKOF Review

It’s been nearly three years since Compa's debut release on the mighty DEEP MEDi. Looking back at the artist's discography, while full of sought-after tunes, it's MEDi075 that stands out as a hallmark of Will's career to date. So when we heard he was following up with an EP on Mala's imprint, we knew...

January 27th, 2016

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By: FatKidOnFire

Introducing Navy Cut

J.Sparrow's new imprint

We've worked with DEEP MEDi artist J.Sparrow a few times over the years - a musician who's widely known for music production, sound design, performance and much, much more. The Leeds-based musician has been pushing his own sound since 2006, creating tracks inside his studio that have both versatility...

January 7th, 2016

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By: FatKidOnFire

Commodo vs. Gantz (MEDi090)

FKOF Review

In our community there are anthems. And then there are the anthems' anthems. Mala's DEEP MEDi imprint, one of the few labels consistently contributing quality musik to the masses, generally tends to answer the call for these anthemic productions. So when MEDi quietly lined up the release of two...

December 6th, 2015

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By: FatKidOnFire

The Weekender

DEEP MEDi x Teachings in Dub

Last week, I packed myself into a suitcase and headed to the station for 48 hours of very little sleep and very many vibes. Travelling down to Bristol (via Bath), I knew the following few days were going to be good - but I wasn't quite prepared for just how good the DEEP MEDi x Teachings in Dub...

October 23rd, 2015

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By: FatKidOnFire

Goth-Trad – Sinker / Sunbeam VIP

FKOF Review

Whenever the wider dubstep community encounters news about a forthcoming Goth-Trad release, the thrilled global response ripples across our shared networks. On a personal note, I’ve woken up to Cut End every day for the last three years (a gentle reminder of the superb experience I had when visiting...

August 28th, 2015

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By: FatKidOnFire

Commodo, Gantz & Kahn – Volume 1

FKOF Review

Nearly everyone involved in the dubstep sound is (or everyone should be) well aware of DEEP MEDi’s expert curation of the genre. The imprint is one of the few true bastions of 140bpm bass music - responsible for some of the best music and producers around. No mean feat. While the quality of MEDi...

July 24th, 2015

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Jack Sparrow – Hold and Pull

FKOF Review

Another month brings another categorically brilliant release from the DEEP MEDi MUSIK family. With dubstep's leading imprint banging out a release nearly every four weeks, it's definitely a good time to be a fan of the dubstep sounds Mala and the MEDi team help champion. And the latest release is prime...

May 13th, 2015

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By: FatKidOnFire

Kaiju – Justice / Creeper

FKOF Review

With a number of best-selling (and sold out) releases already in the hands of the dubstep faithful, the monstrous duo - and, yes, our good friends - hailing from Bristol town today announced the first chapter in their DEEP MEDi story. Kaiju’s long-awaited, inaugural release on Mala's...

December 29th, 2014

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By: FatKidOnFire

30 minutes of V.I.V.E.K

A Bass Education

In just under a decade, Vivek Sharda - or V.I.V.E.K as you'll probably know him - has become known for his efforts in pushing sound system music and culture. Since the producer's first release (2007's OTE001 via On The Edge), combined with outstanding releases on the Deep Medi and Tectonic...