Wavo Drum & Bass Chart: August 2014



We’ve teamed up with Wavo to discover even more new music than we’re already home to. Each month we’ll be checking in with their community to report the hottest trending drum & bass and dubstep tracks have been on their site during the last four weeks.

It starts right here with August’s most popular drum & bass tracks…

A widescreen picture of drum & bass’s rude state of health, every style and subgenre of D&B is covered in their August chart. Among heavy hitters such as Netsky’s massive remix of Ed Sheeran and Kove’s remix of Example are a whole wealth of treats from big names and exciting newcomers.

You can check the entire chart right here. Highlights we’ve enjoyed discovering ourselves include…

Disclosure – Latch (GLXY Fire Bootleg)

Just in case TC’s bootleg wasn’t enough, emerging duo GLXY add their own amen-addled twist to the iconic house track. Sweetness.

DJ Shadow – Six Days (Machinedrum Remix)

Machinedrum goes to town on Shadow’s 12 year old classic. Future history is made.

Shiny Radio – Fall In Love (Feat La Kos)

Sexy liquid vibes, sultry vocals from La Kos, steamy video. Say no more!

Invaders Of Nine – Bring Me Down

Invaders Of Nine continue to showcase rich diversity with hooky vocals, star-gazing synths and blistering breezy beats.

Hyroglifics & Kolectiv – Tize

Courtesy of Dispatch’s LTD series, two of the most exciting names to emerge in recent years unite to create an industrial strength roller. Heaviness!

About Wavo

Handpicking crucial crops from every internet pasture, Wavo and its community gather the best new music from all corners… YouTube, Vevo, blogs, Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr and beyond.

The perfect hub for new music discovery, Wavo allows us to follow like-minded music lovers and tailor our own streams with our own personal tastes and share our favourite flavours with the rest of the world. No more switching from platform to platform, loads more new artists you’ve yet to stumble on; Wavo is one of those sites you could lose hours and hours on and, thanks to its constant multi-platform beat harvesting still keep you coming back for more.

UKF approves. Tune in next month for more new music discoveries.