Viper Recordings returns with 3 huge acts!

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Viper Recordings returns with 3 huge acts!

Viper Recordings are one of the biggest and most well known labels in the world, and with artists such as Jaguar Skills, Matrix & Futurebound and Cyantific on their roster you can rest assured they know what they are doing.

They’ve just announced they will bring their Viper Live brand to Australia/NZ for a massive tour. And in tow is arguably their biggest stars, The Brookes Brothers. The timing couldn’t be better really, with the brothers recently announcing a brand new album ‘Orange Lane’, which we are promised will be filled with ‘to the brim with their unique brand of upbeat and soulful production’. Sounds hot.

Joining them is Kiwi star TREi, a producer who has been getting some big props from BBC Radio 1’s resident drum n bass lord, Friction. He is also one of Viper’s more successful chart toppers, just check out the huge Beatport number one smash, ‘Seeds

But that’s not all, Australia’s own Ekko & Sidetrack will complete the musical menage-a-trois. The brothers from Perth made it big after dropping their 2015 debut release ‘Alone Without You / AM PM’ on Viper sister label, Viper VIP, and since then they have pretty much acted as support for every big DnB name heading to Australia.

To get you all hot and bothered about what’s about to go down, we’ve chosen a track from each act to get you started… Check out the full tour dates below it.

Number 1:

This vibin’ number hits you right in the feels. You can feel yourself cruising on Route 66 in a massive convertible, rooftop down, scarf flapping blissfully in the wind. Anthem’ is possible one of their more successful hits and picked up huge support from Annie Mac and Danny Howard at BBC Radio 1.

Number 2:

When you feel like you need to hit something, have a listen to this first. It should calm any emotions you might be feeling. Hard, rough, and down right dirty, this TREi number proved a huge for the Kiwi, especially drum n bass don Friction got around it. He even made it his ‘Friction Fire’ track of the week. Fiya indeed.

Number 3:

This one has it all: grimy vocals, a bad ass dubstep break, and F-I-L-T-H-Y bassline. This remix on Viper Recordings hits all the rights spots and is a good place to start when it comes to Ekko & Sidetrack.

Tour Dates
Friday 6th October: Chinese Laundry, Sydney
Saturday 7th October: Villa, Perth
Friday 13th October: Rubix Warehouse, Melbourne
Saturday 14th October: The Collective, Adelaide
Thursday 19th October: Bungalow, Queenstown
Friday 20th October: Winnie Bagoes, Christchurch
Saturday 21st October: Neck of the Woods, Auckland


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