SPL Interview

I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with SPL in the studio during production of his Son of Kick remix: Hours, featuring Paigey Cakey and Lady LeShurr. We dicuss the launching of his career in Europe, the Smog City winter tour and his long awaited return to Drum & Bass. Check it out and grab the new track on Beatport!

SPL & Summer



Huge thank you to Collin Johnson of Maven Artist
AudioMolly production & crew Yonis Ramati, Matthew Wachter & Darin Leach
Natalia Iswara of The Galactic Featheration & Mike Russek of 1028 Designs
Specto Entertainment & Adam Jaffe Productions

SPL Matt Yonis Mike Nat Me

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life is a playground

I’ve really been enjoying Cyantific lately, I guess you could say I’m on a bit of a Drum&Bass kick again. This is so dope, just take a listen. A deadly bass line with a little hand drum keeping right up in Type A, an utterly possessive beat and bass combo in Hard Times and just when you thought Ogre voice was gone, it’s not; Oooh, aaah.


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Balearic Bass

SPL’s ability to blend the nastiest beats and most tragic drops with beautiful, tranquil melodies is untouched by anyone else. Puerto Rico, Hypnotizing and Don’t U Leave Me are my very favorite tracks, in that order. These sounds do something indescribable to my brain. He is definitely one of my top five favorite producers. I started listening last year and had one of the most fun nights of my life at his King King show in December. I participated in an epic Sunday morning sunrise dance session to the Balearic Bass album just a couple weeks ago and I can’t wait to do it again at his set this Friday night at 333 Live with Stickybuds, J*Labs and Orphic.

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Wet Hot Wax

It was too hard to pick just one song from Cubism, so I whipped up a sampler. I’m loving these squishy wet sounds and organic drum beats in Contact. All that’s going on at 1.13 through 1.31  is rocking my multiverse, plus the scratching at the end is pretty cool. Third Eye is featuring some seriously solid, eerie dub step and the Event Horizon EP is enough drum and bass to get you through your whole day. Enjoy!


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