Well they say that variety is the spice of life that gives it all its flavour. And I feel that directly applies to the mix that we have up this week as part of our Dub Selekta podcast! We haven’t really featured a podcast that embodies the 4/4 sound so it goes without saying that...
Recently there was a sub|div farewell party for someone who was very near and dear to us here at Dub Selekta; April M of Hush Nightclub’s now defunct Theory Thursdays. And the set that she and Outsider played, full of nothing but the deepest vibes, has just been posted up for your listening pleasure.
This week we’ve got a slew of new music to unleash on y’all and to kick it off, we’ve got an exclusive mix via Eliot Lipp!
We’ve got the next in our Bass Coast pre festival series with a brand new all vinyl old school jungle mix from Outsider!
Well there are two things in life that we are completely sure of; we absolutely love Kingdom and we have nothing but love love love for our friends over at sub|division.
Our good buddies over at sub|division have started their annual collection of recaps and while things got started with another sub|div familia member, Rhythmicon, today’s recap was from none other than our very own Amy Kirtay.
If you live on the west coast and have a chance to drink in some good vibes tonight then we highly recommend hopping down to Lucky Bar to catch Fade to Mind headhoncho, Kingdom, as he makes his Victoria debut.
Last week we had the very big pleasure of hosting our very first Dub Selekta bday bash! In what we’re hoping will become an annual tradition, we decided to join forces with our good friends at sub|division to host a banging party of good people and basstastic beats.
This past weekend we, along with sub|division, helped bring one of the first artists we ever interviewed on the site to town for a big milestone here at Dub Selekta; our 1st birthday!
Here’s another interview that I did up for sub|division this time featuring our own head honcho; Monolithium.
One of my personal favourite interviews that I’ve ever done was for sub|division featuring DJG. Figured it’d make sense to do a repost on my site since y’all are probably into DJG!
I’m kinda choked that I don’t get much live grime in my life, particularly in clubs or loud environments. That was until Friday at sub|div’s BassCoast warmup where Monolithium was dropping some grimy bass during his on the spot remixes. It was a great surprise and into to Monolithium’s live show for those who had...