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Calibre – Groove Seeker

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Dark, deep, delicious — how else to describe the timeless music from Belfast drum n bass artist Calibre, who’s new album Grow just dropped on DJ Craig Richards’ /tnslp001″>The Nothing Special label. Big up to Richards on the dope album artwork as well.

Favorite tracks: Groove Seeker, Sand Promise, Without You, Mention

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Calibre – Iron Balls

 

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Calibre AKA Dominick Martin

If you listen to drum n bass, particularly the liquid kind, then for sure you’ve come across the work of the legendary Belfast-native Calibre. If you need a refresher, here’s a 50-track tribute mix.

If you’re looking for some fresh Calibre sounds, you’re in luck. He just dropped the track ‘Iron Balls’ from a forthcoming two-track EP along with a hilarious promo teaser for your viewing after the jump.

Pre-order the EP on Signature Recordings


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Calibre on mixing FabricLive 68: I think people are always going to dig mixes, the format will and is changing obviously but I think that’s going to remain a constant as you can probably already see. In a lot of facets of electronic music it already has, the precedent has suddenly switched to a ‘live’ combination although it’s not really live at all, more choreographed live entertainment almost, there’s a symptom of a mix there. In a way it’s kind of an archaic art but it still has value and adds value to people in many ways so I still think it’s good. It’s the best way to get introduced to new types of music. A lot people will just listen to whatever they’re bloody given and don’t look much further! For this mix to be able to do that to people means that I hope it will always be there as a format. Promo
Calibre on mixing FabricLive 68: I think people are always going to dig mixes, the format will and is changing obviously but I think that’s going to remain a constant as you can probably already see. In a lot of facets of electronic music it already has, the precedent has suddenly switched to a ‘live’ combination although it’s not really live at all, more choreographed live entertainment almost, there’s a symptom of a mix there. In a way it’s kind of an archaic art but it still has value and adds value to people in many ways so I still think it’s good. It’s the best way to get introduced to new types of music. A lot people will just listen to whatever they’re bloody given and don’t look much further! For this mix to be able to do that to people means that I hope it will always be there as a format. Promo