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Deficit - AutomAte Halloween 2015 (Live @ Black Swan)
October 31, 2017 12:00 PM PDT
Deficit live at Black Swan, Halloween 2015
1) Dom & Roland - Flux (DRP)
March 15, 2017 09:36 AM PDT
We think M-Set did a cracking job standing in for absent D.R.O.P.S at AutomAte vs Shogun back in December... but judge for yourselves!Esion - AutomAte vs Shogun Audio (Live @ Black Swan, Bristol)
February 15, 2017 09:15 AM PST
AutomAte Tech bossman Esion tears 'em a new oneAutomAte Podcast 040 - Wreckless
November 26, 2016 10:51 AM PST
Wreckless has been a firm AutomAte fixture since the labels’ inception. Music teacher by day, producer by night and dedicated to the cause, Wreckless embodies everything that is AutomAte’s M.O. Able to turn his hand to a variety of styles, from beautiful soundscapes to distorted filth, a very real emotion and level of human connection shines through all of his work.
Catch him live alongside Ulterior Motive, Prolix, Technimatic, Joe Ford, Subtle Element, DC, SP:MC, Carasel, Remidy, Seppa, D.R.O.P.S, None Decay, Deficit & Esion at Blue Mountain, Bristol on Saturday 3rd December!
Wreckless - The Doctor [AutomAte]
October 25, 2016 08:56 AM PDT
As Halloween approaches again we cast our minds back a year to this earth shattering set from Offkey soldier Raiden, ably accompanied by our resident zombie Agman Gora!Philth & Agman Gora - AutomAte Halloween 2015 (Live @ Black Swan, Bristol)
July 30, 2016 01:35 PM PDT
Halloween 2015 we were proud to present Philth's Bristol debut! Serious 3-deck action ably accompanied by our resident zombie Agman GoraAutomAte Podcast 039 - None Decay
May 19, 2016 09:20 AM PDT
Involved with electronic music since the mid 90s, Cambridge duo None Decay have behind them a rich tapestry of studio and DJ experience in drum & bass, hip-hop and beyond. They made their AutomAte debut on Depth of Vision EP Vol.2. Rising quickly through the ranks, their first full-length artist EP on the imprint garnered attention from high-ranking drum & bass officials such as Goldie & Ulterior Motive. The latest EP covers a lot of ground and has been picked up by a wide ranging list of DJs ranging from Aphrodite to Ink, from Future Prophecies to Dose.
Skeptical ft. Collette Warren - Between the Lines [Exit Records]
October 16, 2015 07:00 AM PDT
Philth is addicted to music; it is his breath and his lifeblood. A music teacher by day and DJ/producer by night, a more driven man you will not find. The very definition of ‘signature sound’, his heady mix of distorted filth, saturated breakbeats and quick-fire, 3-deck DJ sets is the fuel behind a meteoric rise, turning the heads of the scene’s top DJs and talent spotters.
He is a major driving force behind Peer Pressure, a fixture on the roster of the mighty Dispatch Recordings and no stranger to the AutomAte labels, with multiple releases across AutomAte and AutomAte Tech, both solo and collaborative, including tracks penned alongside regular cohorts Wreckless and Agman Gora. Phew.
Don’t miss Philth & Agman Gora performing together at AutomAte’s Halloween (and 3rd birthday!) celebration – Gorecore vs AutomAte – 31st October @ Black Swan, Bristol! Closely followed by the release of their new single on AutomAte on 9th November.
1) Philth - Genocide [AutomAte Tech]
June 22, 2015 10:25 AM PDT
Exploring the darker, more atmospheric side of Drum & Bass, Xanadu soon caught the attention of one of the scenes greats, when Ant TC1 chose his track ‘Abstrakt’ as the winner of Outlook Festival’s producer competition in 2012.
Early support for Xanadu's tracks (such as 'Ventricle') came from a number of highly esteemed artists and DJ's including Mefjus, Fourward, June Miller and Kasra, but the ball really started rolling when he met the legendary Dom & Roland.
Dom invited him to release his first record on D&R Productions, the first original solo work (other than Dom's own) to be signed to the imprint. "Through The Oort Clouds" was the debut release, a full length LP which came out in January 2015
Xanadu currently has more music forthcoming on Dom & Roland Productions which we should see later this year.
Fixate - Alive - [Exit Records]
April 13, 2015 11:58 AM PDT
Label boss Deficit takes to the decks himself to bring you an hour of big bass, bad breaks and broken beats. As always, the AutomAte head-honcho digs deep, constructing a mix that spans nearly 15 years and explores a variety of shadowy, murky corners of the genre.
Don’t forget to also check out the AutomAte radio show, hosted by Deficit with special guests, 4 weekly from Friday 17th April on London’s Flex FM.
To book Deficit, or any AutomAte artist, drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org
Silent Witness - Arc Light [Dispatch]
We aim to release a podcast every couple of months, featuring a variety of established and up&coming artists that we find inspiring.
We share a mutual love of dark, techy drum & bass, although we are involved with a range of other bass-led genres. We DJ and write music individually and together. We run the AutomAte family of digital labels, including AutomAte, AutomAte Deep and AutomAte Tech. AutomAte aims to bring you the best in edgy drum & bass, aimed square at the dancefloor, from rising stars to established artists, from chunky steppers to dark rollers and all manner of other fancy-ticklers. The parent label has already chalked up Radio 1 airplay from Friction, support from Drum & Bass Arena and has caught the attention of more DJs than you could shake a stick-insect at.
The Deep label aims to put the warmth back into drum & bass with a range of deep, eclectic, inspirational music, influenced by anything from the Far East to South America and everything in between. AutomAte Deep will be launched in early 2013 and has already picked up Radio 1 airplay from Nihal plus support from Raiden, EBK, Morphy, The Untouchables, Mental Forces, J Robinson, Ortokore, Philth, Stunna, Marukomu, Dexta & Mauoq (Diffrent Music).
The Tech label showcases a variety of gritty drum & bass music, from amen tracks and heavy-steppers to neuro and hardcore styles. We like it grimy with a slight attitude problem and an infectious groove. Supporters include DJ Hype, Bailey, Kenny Ken, Dose, Raiden, Nu:Tone, EBK, June Miller, Inside Info, Gremlinz, Stranjah, Chris Su, Zero-T, Nyx, Amoss, NC-17, Fade, The Risky (Drum & Bass Arena), Billion (Fathom Audio), Arclight, John Rolodex, Phil Hustle, Hyroglifics, Neve, Concrete, Bad Education, Cursa, AbleDanger and more.
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