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It has been a busy month for all involved at the Threethousand Network, with some mammoth album drops, incredible new EP’s and singles alongside some incredible live shows and radio appearances. We have taken the time out to list what we believe to be the five strongest releases of the previous month, which you can check out below: 
This is definitely one we have been excited for as we have the absolute pleasure of inviting Brighton and Oxford based producer, DJ & MC: Hamdi in for a brand new edition of our legendary Charted series, in which artists sit down to list their top ten tracks to play at the moment. 
It’s a genuine pleasure viewing the full revitalized UKG scene at the moment, with multiple label projects putting on somewhat of a masterclass when it comes to release runs. In general, the underground end of the UKG scene has never looked healthier, with the mainstream clearly seeing it’s impact as we see more and more pop-angled garage tracks emerge, including Mira May & JME’s ‘Angles’ and of course AJ Tracey and Jorja Smith’s newschool heater ‘Ladbroke Grove’.
It’s safe to say that there is a very exciting new breed of bass artist slowly emerging onto the scene, following in the footsteps of those innovative bassline artists that came before. We are also seeing that a lot of the more established label projects are now starting to find space for the new breed, with the likes of CruCast, Four40 and Southpoint all delivering music from the new breed from the studio to our eardrums.
It’s no secret at this point that we are massive fans of what the Strictly Flava is up to. Over the last year or so we have seen them put together a string of fantastic, original and forward thinking UKG releases, perfect for adding a dash of life to a party of any kind. Who doesn’t like a bit of wavy UKG at the end of the day? Since their inception we have seen fantastic drops with artists such as Kobe JT, Witchdoctor, Minista, On1 and host of other names who are all representing the new school garage movement.