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The time has come!

Senseless touches down on the mighty Meteor stage at Glade this weekend. The line up for just this one stage is quite simply insane with crews like Earnest Endeavours, Robox Neotech and our boys Donky Pitch joining us. Huge shouts to the Uppercut crew for creating the stage, the DJ Box is a UFO with a dancefloor packed with underfloor bass.

We’re bringing the full crew for the showcase repping the whole spectrum of Senseless sounds from bashment, dub and reggae to grime, house, electro and everything in between.

Better late than never we’re launching our podcast series where we get artists, friends and fam to boil up some straight heat. First up one of our favourite artists and a long time Senseless collaborator, Murlo. A big bashy blend of dancehall and funky with plenty of his own edits and productions.

Saturday 16th July, Meteor Stage

17:00-17:30 Ghosttown ft MC Dabbla

17:30-18:15 Murlo

18:15-20:15 Senseless Allstars ft Deville, Sarantis, Sasquatch & MC Ishu

20:15 – 21:00 Mak & Pasteman



Synesthesia #2 is out now (grab it on vinyl/digital from HERE). To celebrate the release Deville has done two mixes and interviews for UK blog Liminal Sounds and legendary USA magazine URB.


Liminal Sounds is HERE


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“Sick” – Toddla T
“Simple and effective. What I like” – Distal
“Heavy rotation here” – Dubbel Dutch


DJ SUPPORT: Toddla T, Skream, Hudson Mohawke, Distal, Dubbel Dutch, Hackman, Chrissy Murderbot, Stagga, Mumdance, Rattus Rattus, Star Eyes, Slick Shoota ++

Here is part two of the Synesthesia series celebrating Senseless Records’ fifth birthday. Each LTD edition record (250 copies) comes in a hand screen printed sleeve with a poster inside illustrating one of the five senses, each time by a different artist.

For this one, it’s sight. Musically that’s all about looking forward so three of the best new bass music producers have been drafted in. First up Mak & Pasteman, a duo who have been making a lot of noise with releases on Sound Of Sumo and Shifting Peaks. The duo drop ‘Void’, a high tech bass bomb built around a carefully chosen sample that devastates right from the start. Bobby Friction has already playlisted it on his BBC show.

Next up NKC, who impressed with last years ‘Pyramids’ EP, drops ‘Errthing’ matching up some ballroom house attitude with a huge siren like bassline and a stuttering 4×4 beat, early support from Ikonika and Greenmoney. Then we get German duo JTRP, known for their work on T.William’s highly regarded Deep Teknologi imprint, ‘Nothing To Do Here’ builds rattling percussion and their signature tech-atmosphere into a deadly drop that comes out of nowhere, built for basements from Berlin to Brooklyn. Digital exclusives come from NKC with the retro futuristic house jam ‘Finale’ and JTRP with their basic channel-meets-UK funky ‘Apparition’.

Artwork comes from Brighton based Katie Scott who’s arresting and varied work is intricate and detailed, balancing technical ability with a wild creative streak.


“Off The Hinges” – Chrissy Murderbot (Planet Mu)
“Straight In My Set” South London Ordnance (Lucky Me)
“Sentel remix is amazing” – Distal (Tectonic)

Chrissy Murderbot, Distal, Tomb Crew, Martelo, Cedaa, South London Ordnance, Warlock.

Space, ladies Medusa was signed within a day of it being uploaded to Soundcloud after the label were introduced to their music by fellow Senseless artist The Phantom. Also like the Phantom they’ve cooked up their own very unique and exciting sound, fusing elements of classic house and electro with modern bass music. Medusa is minimal in the best possible way building in to a wide open breakdown with time-stretched vocals before snapping back in to a tight 808 rhythm and detroit-like stabs. Fields is all about lush atmospheric pads and a very well chosen vocal sample from a famous singer who better remain nameless.

A great set of remixes comes from Mary Ann Hobbes favourite IO who keeps things old school and house, then Kiev who blends in UK funky influences by way of Venezuela. Sentel, also Polish drop a huge techno style bomb and Sarantis does his high-octane juke with characteristic style and swagger.


New DeVille mix for the Brock Out series featuring fresh Senseless bits and other good things. Promoting the killer party April 20th for their 4th birthday with Royal T, Phatworld and loads more: https://www.facebook.com/events/139099002879491/

Here’s what they say about the mix, download it here:



“Senseless Records has been flying the flag for international bass music since 2004, boasting releases blessed by Max Romeo, Warrior Queen, Rossi B & Luca, The Phantom, Pacheko, Kanji Kinetic, Lenkemz and many more. It’s established an enviably eclectic identity with an emphasis on joining the dots between global bass sounds.

The man behind it all is Theo Cooper aka DeVille, and we’re mega pleased to hand him the reigns for Mixtape 024. His mix is typically multifarious, effortlessly blending grime, bassline and house with tastes of hip hop, RnB, footwork, jungle and bashment.”



An amazing new video from the Tribe crew in Chicago bringing some insane moves to the Lenkemz remix of Winter Titty and then finishing with how they did it, you may or may not want to try this at home.

Buy the release direct:




Support from Hud Mo, Sinden, Captain, Brenmar, Mumdance and Funkstepz, MA1++

A tropical storm from Venezuela with Pocz and Dj Yirvin offering a taste of the country’s wild underground Tuki scene. The unmistakable rhythm of Tuki music is heard in barrios across Caracas fueling a dance culture every bit as intense as footwork or kuduro from other parts of the world. Very little Tuki music has been released outside of Venezuela which makes this collaboration between Pocz, known for his past work with Pacheko on Enchufada, Tigerbeat and Senseless and DJ Yirvin, one of the godfathers of the scene, all the more exciting. The title, Explotala comes from something to shout at a DJ from the heat of the Venezuelan dancefloor.

Three originals from Pocz showcase his rhythmic flair and dancefloor sensibilities in a style that merges Tuki and Kuduro influences to devastating effect. Yirvin mixes big room sounds with the dark energy of Caracas at night to create a sound that is his and only his, his remix of Explotala is mutant bass madness and Petare is considered one of his classics. The release also features a video with one of the city’s best dancers.


Track of The Day – LineofBestFit

Heavy Bass Bomb – Mixmag

Remixes: Brenmar, Chaos In The CBD, Wheez-ie, Rizzla, Photonz, Rizzla, Lenkemz

March 26th

Hudson Mohawke, Distal, Bok Bok, Dave Q, Ngunzunguzu, Ill Cosby, Slick Shoota, Klauser +++

We’re proud to prevent this exhilarating collaboration between NYC’s Zebra Katz, hot on the heels of his release on Diplo’s Mad Decent label, and Boyfriend one of the rising stars of the tropical bass world also with remixes on Mad Decent and tracks on many other labels. The originals combine Zebra’s signature late-night flow and faultless delivery with a deep, dark and beautifully produced set of instrumentals from Boyfriend, marking a departure from his normal club friendly style (Fans include Nadastrom, Diplo, Rusko and many more).

The remix package is truly EPIC, starting with Chaos in The CBD (Youngunz) on a rolling 808 flex, moving through a solid gold club hip-hop joint fromBrenmar (Grizzly/Hum & Buzz etc) and a dancehall flex from Rizzla (Fade To Mind). Moving things up tempo Photonz (One Eyed Jacks) turn in a jacking techno cut leaving Wheez-ie (Embassy) and Lenkemz (Senseless/King Pigeon) to round things out in style at the 150+ BPM range. Enjoy!




Digital EP

Out today on Juno exclusively. Out Feb 20th worldwide

DJ Mag:
‘Pure Fire’ 8/10

Hudson Mohawke/Dubbel Dutch/DOK/Slugabed/Pasteman/Slackk/Mr Gasparov/Slick Shoota/Mumdance +++


‘Spooky remix!!’ -Dubbel Dutch [Mixpak]
‘This is a lot!’ – Slackk [Nmbrs/UTTU]
‘Massive EP, love all the remixes’ – Mumdance [Mad Decent]


The first release of 2012 looks backwards but looks to the future with a huge set of remixes of Rossi B & Luca’s lost grime classic ‘Mind The Gap’ featuring original grime don Flirta D. The track was due to come out on the mighty A.R.M.Y back in the day but fate conspired against it and it has remained a secret weapon for a select few DJs.


This release presents the classic original for the first time and it bears all the hallmarks of classic grime with orchestral stabs, swirling samples and booming bass accompanied by Flirta’s signature wordplay. Grime remixes come from two of the best in the current scene, Spooky and Teeza. The former upping the ante on the original with robotic percussion and nasty synths, the former slicing together a classic break and booming 808s for his ‘Temix’. Mutant bass man of the moment Submerse wears his bassline rave hat for a bouncing bassline remix with just the right amount of ’92 and Sarantis turns it up to 160bpm for a menacing juke tempo missile. Old school, new school, bridging the gap.


1. Rossi B & Luca ft Flirta D ‘Mind The Gap’

2. Rossi B & Luca ft Flirta D ‘Mind The Gap’ (Spooky Remix)

3. Rossi B & Luca ft Flirta D ‘Mind The Gap’ (Spooky Instrumental)

4. Rossi B & Luca ft Flirta D ‘Mind The Gap’ (Teeza Remix)

5. Rossi B & Luca ft Flirta D ‘Mind The Gap’ (Submerse Remix)

6. Rossi B & Luca ft Flirta D ‘Mind The Gap’ (Sarantis Remix)


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