Mutant Dubz
Posted by kiti
on 8 August 2007 (10:26:59)
Thenks, bla-bla... i like it :)...
Posted by wrongspeed
on 7 October 2007 (17:52:29)
heard this b4 somewhere else, glad it's found a home here, one of the best mixes of '07, only the brave exist in the interzone.
Posted by timas
on 6 June 2007 (13:18:52)
yes, good.
Posted by timas
on 6 June 2007 (13:16:24)
yes, good.
Posted by ghostmeat
on 5 July 2007 (23:30:55)
Posted by i
on 30 July 2007 (15:20:33)
Posted by Annahoney
on 3 August 2008 (22:52:47)
A gritty selection of electro, techno dubstep and breaks from Rag & Bone's Warlock
A true veteran of the UK's electronic music scene, Warlock has been busily blurring boundaries through his DJing, production work and the output and associated parties of the genre-mashing Rag & Bone label that he co-runs out of south London with Noyeahno.
  • Crooked One — Let Us Pray (dub)
  • Crooked One — Voided (dub)
  • Crooked One — Paradroid (dub)
  • Crooked One — Annilhilation (Starksound)
  • Komonasmuk v Whiteboi — Shankstep (dub)
  • Soundbox — Ghost Train (dub)
  • Elemental — Shiner (dub)
  • Starkey — Shoulder Lean (dub)
  • Hue Jah Fink & Kirsty Hawkshaw — Out Of Reach (dub)
  • Blackmass Plastics — Nite boat (Dirty Needles dub)
  • Komonasmuk v Whiteboi — Ayatollah (dub)
  • Inasekt — Untitled dub (dub)
  • Matt Head — Thrill Kill (dub)
  • Matt Head — Skyjacker (Ruff)
  • Inasekt — Bug Powder (dub)
  • Warlock — Click Clack (Starksound)
  • Warlock — Bish Bosh (Starksound)
  • Sky City Rising — Fever Gasp (Brooklyn Beats)
  • Kode 9 — Sniper Dub (dub)
  • Aaron Spectre — Say More Fire (dub)
  • Protocol X — Screwheads (dub)
  • Warlock — Window Smasher (Rag & Bone)
  • Drop The Lime — Come To Life (dub)
  • Starkey — Let U Go (DTL remix) (dub)

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