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missledz drops ‘Chase The Ace’ EP on Rebel Music


missledz joins the Rebel Music roster fresh off the back of her participation in the first Season of the incredible ‘Dub Wars’ Production Battle Clash Tournament.

The ‘Chase The Ace’ EP delivers 4 tracks full of that deep, dark, minimal sound she’s been getting known for and all with a high energy dance-floor edge.

Adelaide born, now Bristol based, missledz moved to England in 2017 in an effort to make her mark on the solid Drum & Bass culture in the UK. In recent years, she has thrown herself into pursuing music production professionally and has now had releases on Rebel Music, Drum Army, Noxious Records, Lifestyle Music, Boey Audio, Strictly Deep DNB, Bare Necessity Records and with Concrete Jungyals. A number of her releases have had airplay on René Lavice’s BBC Radio 1 show. Her releases have also had support from artists such as Fre4knc, Quadrant & Iris, Revaux, Dilemma and Toronto is Broken

2020 saw missledz involved in the inaugural Dub Wars production battle, joining Bristol collectives Rotations and Concrete Jungyals, along with securing a radio residency with Goat Shed Bristol.

missledz’ guest mixes have appeared on BBC Radio 1, Juno Download, DT’s Renegade Riddims, DNB France, Reprezent Radio, the Brum & Bass Show, Studio 808, Critical Bass Recordings, Dose Radio and more.

But back to today and our premiere which comes in the form of ‘That Bloody Pookie’ from missledz ‘Chase The Ace’ EP on Rebel Music. This is a very special project for missledz as 3 of the tracks on the EP are dedicated to her family, who she’s not been able to visit for a long time due to COVID restrictions.

“‘That Bloody Pookie’ is dedicated to my mum and my cat, Purrito (aka Pookie), and features my mum being angry with Pookie which I think is hilarious” – missledz

Check out ‘That Bloody Pookie’ below. Missledz drops her ‘Chase The Ace’ EP on Rebel Music on 25th March, make sure you grab a copy from here


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