STWO & DJRUM trap, jungle & hip hop sets in The Lab LDN

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TRACKLIST
Stwo – Quiet Life
Mr. Carmack – Humbled
TLC – Creep (Kaytranada Edition)
Waldo – Purple Heart
Jarreau Vandal – Hold On We’re Going Home (ft. ImanEurope)
The Celectics – Charles Barkley
Djemba Djemba – I Just Go (Falcons Remix)
DCUP – Don’t Be Shy (Wave Racer Remix)
Kaytranada – At All
Basenji – Dawn
Jenovah – Lovers
Feadz & Kitto – Wettex (Cashmere Cat Remix)
Rabit – So Clean (Drippin Remix)
Drake – All Me (Stwo Remix)
Chiefs – Float
Gladys Knight – Grapevine (Mr. Carmack Remix)
Noïthingness – TissueTy Dolla Sign – Paranoid (Dj Hoodboi & Falcons Remix)
Trippy Turtle – Furthest Thing
Ta-ku – Electr(on)ic Relaxation
813 – Glitter Sand
Stwo – Try to resist
Jaw Jam – Long Night
Sango – BB Dont Cry (Its Gon Be Ok)
Ta-ku – Shimmy Shimmy
Cashmere Cat – With Me (Stwo Edit)
Fantasia – Without Me (feat. Kelly Rowland & Missy Elliott)
Nas – You Owe Me (Ft. Ginuwine) (Sango Edit)
Boeboe – Negative ROI (Original Mix)
Mr. Carmack – NASA
Stwo – Syrup

DjRUM:
Sun Ra – Door Of The Cosmos
Aardvark – Nubian
PVS – Fuckin’ Society (Dadub remix)
Djrum – Tailing [dub]
Kryptic Minds & Killawatt – Reaching Through
STP – The Fall (T++ remix)
Tek 9 – Breakin’ Sound Barriers Partz 1 & 2
Jeru The Damaja – D. Original
Rodney P – Tings In Time
Peanut Butter Wolf – Tale Of Five Cities
Criminal Minds – Baptised By Dub
Horsepower Productions – When You Hold Me
Andy Stott – Dark Details
Phuture Assassins – Future sound (2 Bad Mice remix)
Light Of The World – Emergency
Cloud 9 – You Got Me Burnin’ (Original Mix)
Shed – Well Done (030 edit)
White label jungle-techno record from 1991
Special Request – Broken Dreams
Lemon D – This Is L.A.
White label jungle record from 1995
E.K.U.D.C.M. – How Dark It Is (remix)
T.S. / M.F. (Wicked Sounds) – New Jack In Jungle
DJ Rap – Spiritual Aura (Ray Keith remix)
Djrum – Mountains pts. 2 & 3
The Doors – The End (Apocalypse Now soundtrack)
Carmine & Francis Coppola – Apocalypse Now soundtrack – Saigon – Narration And Dialogue
Indigo – Storm
Machinedrum – Infinite Us
Boards Of Canada – Zoetrope

The Lab is our weekly office rave up where we live stream DJs and producers that we feel are doing great things. This week we welcome STWO (pronounced ‘Stew) onto our decks for the first Lab of 2014

The 21-year-old from Paris is part of a new wave of young producers influenced by the likes of Shlohmo and Hudson Mohawke. He only started releasing tracks five months ago but has grabbed the attention of musos online garnering him millions of plays on both his most recent EP ‘Beyond’ and his debut EP ‘Moans’. Signed to HW&W label alongside the likes of Kaytranada, his musical style of smooth future garage basslines, soulfully pitched vocals and trap-inspired beats places him perfectly in the majestic bass movement du jour.

Djrum champions a refined, eclectic style of dance music taking in influences from jungle, footwork, ambient, hip hop, and techno. To get an idea of what to expect check out the superb In Session mix he did for us last year here.

His debut album ‘Seven Lies’ was released April 2013 on 2nd Drop Recordings, and came after a long series of classic 12″ singles such as ‘Tension’ and ‘St. Martins’. Critically acclaimed by the media and influential producers alike, it solidified Djrum as an artist synonymous with cutting edge, intelligent music.

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Comment (49)

  1. Finally get to see him in NZ this month and my mate & I can’t wait, we remember the day watching this and hearing him use the doors then develop an awesome piece from it we were so gob smacked, it will be one awesome night! Big ups Djrum!!

  2. why has no one commented on how strange it was to put these two together, they're from completely different spheres of dance music… go from stwo matching waveforms on trap tunes to dj rum playing all vinyl with random white labels… think about your programming mixmag!

  3. Why does hardly anyone know Djrum? Seriously the guys on the same level as artists such as Four Tet and Burial. He really does deserve to get some attention

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