I played on a beach at an old Soviet prison (view was nice, looking over the bay in Tallinn) last July, was a really nice set as I wasn’t getting the usual play d&b! screamed in my face, those people turned up in the last 3 mins Ha! KSP 1 - D&B purists 0.
Track playing is Drums Of Death – Transistor Rhythm (Kamikaze Space Programme rmx) forthcoming on Civil Music.
Try saying that after too much floor cleaner.
Tallinn-based producer Raiden spent the majority of the 2000s packing out drum n bass clubs and releasing for some of the biggest labels in the dnb scene including Renegade Hardware and Position Chrome. 2011 saw him add another string to his bow and unleash his new Kamikaze Space Programme moniker.
Taking the tempos down to the 120s and 130s and taking root in the revitalised house and techno movement that has seen both genres enjoy a creative explosion, the Kamikaze Space Programme material has been finding favour with many including the likes of Addison Groove, MJ Cole, Blawan, Skream & Benga and many more.
Read an interview with Kamikaze Space Programme over at:
Starting life at Glastonbury before becoming part of the Secret Garden Party organisation, the Glade Festival has the most impeccible festi credentials. It returns to the Great British countryside from the 14th to 17 June and to celebrate we’re offering you the chance to collaborate with Glade fave Kamikaze Space Programme (aka Drum & Bass hero Raiden). More
Anvil get played on BBC Radio 1′s Skream and Benga show.
I’m honestly blown away by the response to Aqua. I was a little reluctant to upload a track for as I felt it devalued the music, I was wrong. I had a good chat as I do most days with my good friend Dubmonger, he explained to me that its not the process of giving the tune away for free that de values it, its the fact many artists give away tracks that they know aren’t very good. I was fortunate enough to have made many tracks over my quoter for my Factory Floor EP so I was able to give a track that not only captured the feel of the EP but wasn’t something destined for the recycle bin.
In preparation for my forthcoming Factory Floor EP on Deca Rhythm here is a free tune to give you an idea what to expect!