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2019 was most definitely a solid year for Punks, a label that we have the upmost respect for here at camp 3000. Over the years we have heard them put their incredibly vibrant mark on the UK and US bass scenes with a fantastic array of colourful breakbeat and bassline fusions, always looking for a brand new pocket of dance music to explore and incorporate into their now extensive catalogue. With the start of 2020 we can see they intend to keep their fantastic run of releases going, and we couldn’t be more excited to dive for the headphones and get listening. 
Over the last few years we have seen the legendary Punks imprint swarm and rush to the front of the bass scene within the UK and beyond, as they continue to pioneer and champion the space between space and breaks. We have seen them put together one of the most exciting artist rosters currently active and they have just added to it again as they bring forward 9TRANE for an inevitably storming single.
It’s been a brief minute since we last touched down to take a peek at the goings on of Inkline, who it has to be said ended up with a fantastic 2018 catalogue. Throughout the year he worked closely with a range of labels to showcase his work, which arguably boasts some of the most original sound design in the world of bass music today.
As a label, Punks have been one of the most consistent outlets for bass and breaks music throughout the entirety of 2018, constantly providing the scene with original creativity within their releases, always moving forward into exciting new ground. The label has gained a lot of steam in recent months, seeing them propelled rapidly to the forefront of their genres, which is no less than they deserve in our humble opinion!
It’s been a hot minute since we were presented with a new drop from Brighton’s PVC, and it’s safe to say that it has been worth the weight as the Punks team unveil this potent two tracker.
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