Danny Scrilla

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Munich-born, London-based, Danny Scrilla first gained critical traction in 2010 with the future bass DJ/production team Cat People, a project he set in motion with Jaecki Zucker. As a solo artist, Danny has been championed by Om Unit with his debut EP Flash Powder released through Cosmic Bridge last year and his second EP Fluxus released last month via Civil Music. This exclusive mix is a heads-down, hoods-up concern exploring the margins of 21st century d’n'b and bass music with appearances from up and coming Croydon talent Deft, Tokimonsta and—hold tight—the 2013 remix of “Back the Fuck Up” (forthcoming on Loose Squares) by Calculon & Austin Speed.

Tracklist
1. Danny Scrilla – “Hindsight”
2. 123Mrk – “Invisible Colours” (Deft Remix)
3. Blackjob – “Rise Again” (Baobinga Remix)
4. Calculon & Austin Speed – “Back The Fuck Up VIP”
5. Indigo – “The Root”
6. Digital & Spirit – “Phantom Force” (Fracture Remix)
7. Om Unit & Sam Binga – “Small Victories”
8. Danny Scrilla – “Jolt”
9. Calibre – “Steptoe”
10. Tokimonsta Feat. Kool Keith – “The Force”
11. Joe Syntax – “Signal Drop VIP”
12. Danny Scrilla – “Obeah”
13. Robot Koch – “Nano”
14. Reso – “Check 1, 2″ (Danny Scrilla Remix)
15. Danny Scrilla – “Thorium”
16. Danny Scrilla – “Nucleus”
17. Om Unit & Sam Binga – “Electribe Riddem”
18. Danny Scrilla – “Fallout” (Goth-Trad Remix)
19. Om Unit – “Le Singe”
20. Submerse – “They Always Come Back”
21. Deft – “Just Drive”
22. Kromestar – “Outer Limit”

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