From ravers on the ground to A-list DJ’s in booths and studios, the D+B universe has had one name stuck in their minds, Unglued.
First releasing on the 2017 ‘Hospitality In The Park’ compilation with ‘Ay!’, he swiftly upped the levels with ‘Bootstrap Bill’. It decimated dancefloors across the globe with spins from the likes of Andy C, Danny Byrd, Randall, as well as receiving widespread support on the airwaves from Metrik, Noisia, Skankandbass and BBC Radio 1’s Rene LaVice.
The enigmatic Unglued is also the proud owner of 2018’s most sought after dubplate. His bootleg of High Contrast’s anthem ‘If We Ever’ catapulted him straight into the stratosphere of the D+B elite.
2019 saw Annie Mac making ‘Born In 94 (feat. MC Conrad)’ the hottest record in the world and asking Unglued to deliver a ‘Brief History of Breakbeat’ minimix for BBC Radio 1 to be played at prime time.
Unglued’s debut album and melting pot of jungle, jazz, funk, soul and hardcore ‘Interplanetary Radio’, released in the summer of last year, took the world of drum & bass and beyond by storm. Racking up a never-ending list of A-list DJ support from the likes of High Contrast, Doc Scott, Flava D, Sigma, Danny Byrd, Etherwood, Pola & Bryson, Degs, Lens and many more. ‘Interplanetary Radio’ took to the airwaves countless times with top tastemaker endorsement from Annie Mac, Gilles Peterson, René LaVice, Shadow Child, Charlie Tee and more.
Bringing his iconic sonics into 2022, Unglued’s first ever studio album received the switch up treatment on his ‘Interplanetary Remixes’ EP, featuring the jungle slammer Fixate remix of ‘Total XTC’, the soulful liquid anthem and Sarah Story favourite Halogenix remix of ‘Way Back When (feat. Esther Durin)’, as well as a D&B ‘V to the I to the P’ of his breakbeat banger ‘H to the A to the R to the D to the C to the O to the R to the E’.
His highly anticipated bass-drenched banger ‘Secret Foghorn’ was also released on Bou’s Gossip imprint, blowing the socks off of ravers well into the stratosphere.
Fresh off the back of a record speed sell-out New Zealand tour alongside labelmate Degs, Unglued is well on his way to becoming drum & bass royalty with a remarkable back catalogue, as well as being known for his energetic DJ sets which blur the borders of BPMs with ruthless blends.