Introducing our biggest project to date

The ultimate mixture of new and well established artists. That's the exact definition of Gates of Dawn LP. And the compilation, which features thirteen catchy tracks, is currently getting some serious rotation in sets by many great producers. Optiv & BTK, Ulterior Motive or John B are a good example.

Get immersed in the vibes, and you will not be disappointed. Gates Of Dawn will open up 17th of February to reveal liquid, deep, minimal and club vibes, but also a hell of a lot more. It reveals a worldview, a philosophy and a way of thinking about music, how it is written, produced and presented.

S.P.Y. “Some really good tracks here guys, big ups”

Look no further than on tracks like Bone’s Empty Place, a shimmering, ethereal piece which transports the listening instantly away from the world as we know it, and into a bright future. This description could easily be applied to the album as a whole, opening out into places you’d least expect, whilst always keeping an eye on delivering a coherent collection which delivers what the crowds will want.

So far the album has been covered by Kmag and Bass Explorer but there's a lot more to come.

DJ SUPPORT INCLUDES: Crissy Criss, S.P.Y, Marky, Mindscape, Peshay, Rene LaVice, John B, Grooverider, Hype, Doc Scott, Basher, Technimatic, A-Sides, Random Movement, Ruffstuff, 2Shy MC, Ant TC1, Optiv & BTK, Hybris, Quadrant & Iris, Sunchase, Ulterior Motive, Stealth and others.


1. Arp XP – Five Black Forms
2. Distant Future – Changes
3. Ower – Supermurgitroid
4. Arp XP – Five Black Forms (Hybris remix)
5. A-Cray – You Don’t
6. Hemoglobin – This
7. Bone – Empty Place
8. Cursa – Hydro
9. M-zine, Scepticz & Mtwn – Offworld
10. Survey – Deflection
11. Entita – Other Side
12. Trilo ft. Maject - Desert Path
13. Architech – Strange Territory