2017 year marks TEN YEARS OF INTEGRAL RECORDS and looking back upon the label’s incredible back catalogue, what a decade it has been for drum & bass music that we hold so close. Initially set up as a passion project and a platform for showcasing future talent, the label has been consistently releasing cutting edge drum and bass since 2007. The ethos of the label has always been about quality control and finding those special vibes that no question capture heart and soul. Now 40-odd releases deep and renowned for breaking some of the most exciting artists on the roster today, the label also boasts signature classics from some of the scenes most prolific residents.
Information on Various Artists. Electronic, Hip Hop, House, Country, Ambient, Genres. 10 Years of Monkeytown. Paint It Black - The Compilation Of The Rolling Stones Cover Tracks.
Warehouse Tracks: Ten Years. Jack of Diamonds/Black Mountain Blues.
Germs Of Perfection: A Tribute To Bad Religion (2010). Endless Highway: The Music of The Band (2007). This Is Rockabilly Clash (various artists, 2002). White Riot: A Tribute to The Clash Vols 1 & 2 (various artists, 2003). Chimes of Freedom: The Songs of Bob Dylan Honoring 50 Years of Amnesty International (2012).
The ten year celebrations don’t end there as Etherwood rediscovers some back catalogue highlights and blends with the album’s new material in a continuous DJ mix of 100% Med School music. The quality of the label is without question and this release is no different. Pic Disc + 2xCD (+MP3s) £1. 0.
Album Various Artists. One Love, One Rhythm: The 2014 FIFA World Cup Official Album. Album Various Artists. UKF Summer Drum & Bass. Now That's What I Call Music! 68. Now That's What I Call Music! 37. Now That's What I Call Music! 65. UKF Drum & Bass 2012. Now That's What I Call Music! 80. Now That's What I Call Merry Christmas.
Black Panther The Album is at its best when channeling Wakanda’s innovative spirit and self-sustaining ethos, characteristics we have already come to associate with Kendrick. He is one of the most ambitious MCs there is, a rapper of nearly unlimited potential who operates like a well-oiled machine. Kendrick has five official features on the album, but he appears somewhere on every track. The flute-led Big Shot, with its whiny sing-song and forgettable Travis Scott verse, is a misfire. And the album-closing tag-teamer, Pray For Me with Kendrick Lamar and the Weeknd, is just a watered-down reanimation of the Tesfaye’s recent solo work- Starboy -lite. These may look like big-budget set pieces, but they come off as set dressing.
Various Artists - Archives, Vol. 4. Live at the Astoria London. The Elusive Light and Sound, Vol. 1.