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Mix of the Day: ZeroZero


ZeroZero is a Drum & Bass duo consisting of Sam from Jersey and Jesse from London, both based in Amsterdam working as Audio Engineers, Producers and DJs. With releases on labels such as; Cyberfunk, Evol Intent Recordings, Mindtech Recordings, Vandal LTD, Liondub, Broken Audio, Vibration, FatkidOnFire and Soul Rebel and DJ residencies at Cheeky Monday and Vanguard Audio, as well as positions as Head Engineers at Amsterdam’s Red Bull Studios, the pair are constantly working on several different musical projects at once.

Supported by artists such as Reso, Spor, Machinedrum, Evol Intent, JFB, B Traits, Chimpo, Fabio, Bachelors of Science, Dave Owen, Adi-J and receiving plays on BBC Radio 1 and 1xtra, ZeroZero are writing music that appeals to fans of all the various DnB sub-genres. Their sound is heavily influenced by their love for funk, deep basslines and technical sound design as well as the musicality you’d expect from a duo with a background in playing live instruments.

With forthcoming releases on Andy C’s ProgRAM, and Stanton Warriors’ Punks music, ZeroZero are a name to watch out for in 2017.

Andy Pain & Z Connection – Outsider VIP
Ordure – The Cry (dub)
LeStR – Closure
Hidden Aspect – Black Spit
Kyrist – No Remorse
DLR – Wonder What it Feels Like (feat. Break)
Sabre – Halo danger
Alix Perez – The Raven
Noisia – Motion Blur
Enei – Iron Curtain
Calyx & Teebee – Ruffian
Dimension – UK
Bad Company – Whiplash (Alix Perez Bootleg)
Lynx – 15th Time Lucky
Dub Phizix – Hooligan Plague
Perspective – Reel to Real
Breakage – The Version
Chimpo – Sugar Rush
Sam Binga – Mind and Spirit (Breakage Remix)
Break – Not Forgotten
Mateba, War & Hydro – Clair Obscu
Fracture & Mark System – Yeah, But…
Total Science v Digital & Spirit – Rumble
Breakage – Roller
Mindmapper & Silvahfonk – Seven (Blendits Dub)
Break – Headway
ZeroZero – Monday (ProgRAM Dub)
Fractale – Move
DLR – Unusual Behaviour (feat. Signal)
Total Science – Scaremonger
Enei – One Chance
ZeroZero – Yellow Funk (Program Dub)

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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