metalheadz Archive

  • Rupert Parkes is back, so dragging this one from the archives. First published in May 2000.

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    Rupert Parkes is back, so dragging this one from the archives. First published in May 2000.

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  • Deconstructed Live #31, recorded in 2002, featured Hidden Agenda.

    Deconstructed Live: Hidden Agenda (Metalheadz/Zest/Creative Source) DJ Set

    Deconstructed Live #31, recorded in 2002, featured Hidden Agenda.

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  • First published by Allmedia. Paul Smith and Jason Greenhalgh are two of the most prolific producers within the drum & bass movement, recording for a plethora of different labels under a range of monikers. The pair first met in 1987, both living on Blackbird Leys estate in Oxford, England and brought together through a mutual love of hip-hop. Distracted by the arrival of hardcore in the early nineties, record collecting was quickly followed by DJ’ing […]

    Allmedia: Total Science

    First published by Allmedia. Paul Smith and Jason Greenhalgh are two of the most prolific producers within the drum & bass movement, recording for a plethora of different labels under a range of monikers. The pair first met in 1987, both living on Blackbird Leys estate in Oxford, England and brought together through a mutual love of hip-hop. Distracted by the arrival of hardcore in the early nineties, record collecting was quickly followed by DJ’ing […]

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  • Interview with Steve Carr.

    Wax: Digital Interview

    Interview with Steve Carr.

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  • First published in Wax magazine, 1998. Newcastle’s finest, brothers Jason and Mark Goodings emerged from the shadows in 1994 with the stunning “Is It Love” for the Metalheadz label.  Sourcing rare groove for the samples and Neptune for the inspiration, over the last four years their unique blend of funk and drum & bass has followed a steady path from critical acclaim to financial stability. “The Sun” caned on plate for over six months last […]

    Wax: Hidden Agenda Interview

    First published in Wax magazine, 1998. Newcastle’s finest, brothers Jason and Mark Goodings emerged from the shadows in 1994 with the stunning “Is It Love” for the Metalheadz label.  Sourcing rare groove for the samples and Neptune for the inspiration, over the last four years their unique blend of funk and drum & bass has followed a steady path from critical acclaim to financial stability. “The Sun” caned on plate for over six months last […]

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