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WELCOME TO THE 3000 NETWORK: London-based record label & musical platform

The London-based record label and musical platform known as 3000 Bass has been a key player within the UK’s extensive bass music scene for over five years now, becoming one of the country’s central platforms for releasing and showcasing brand new underground dance music. With a roster than includes some of the biggest names to emerge out of the UK Bass since the scene’s inception, including DistinktHoly GoofSkepsis and more, the 3000 brand has since become a seriously established platform, now better known as The 3000 Network as a whole, including the Deep & Tech house sister label 3000 Deep and of course the UK Bass music blog.
Since its formation, the site has become regarded as one of the most influential and important editorial platforms to watch over the UK Bass scene at large, so if you are hunting for the latest news, music premieres or reviews from around the full breadth of underground dance music, or you’re looking for some exposure and promotion for an upcoming release then look no further, we’ve got it covered.
Alan Bennett
Co-Founder / DJ / Promoter
Alan has long and deep rooted ties within London’s bass music community, counting fabric, Urban Nerds and Pack London among his many affiliations. DJ, Producer, Label Owner, Music Blogger & Event Promoter; Alan aka Purge has many strings to his musical bow. Co-Founder of UK Bass record label 3000 Bass, Alan has more recently launched the music blog arm of The 3000 Network and has some innovative plans for the future of the brand.
James
Co-Founder / DJ / Promoter
James Rompani aka Rompa, has many years experience within the music industry, from working as music editor for Hooker Magazine (2002-2004) as well as being a co-founder of the Urban Nerds brand he is also the promoter and DJ for Rompa's Reggae Shack playing under the name, "Daddy Nature" and has been promoting and DJing since the late 90's.
Jordan Moussavi
WRITER / PRODUCER
Writing on all things UK underground music, Jordan’s passion for the scene has seen him seek it out in the most unlikely places. From Vancouver to Berlin, Berlin to Nottingham, Jordan continues to write passionatelyabout UK Bass, Bassline and Garage and hopes to continue to spread the gospel of electronic music worldwide. Jordan is currently residing in Nottingham, producing and writing under his 'Hoseyn' and 'Knight Geronimo' aliases, and has pined for the city’s iconic nightlife throughout lockdown.
Julia
Writer
Having managed and promoted artists across various genres, her eclectic taste in music led her to develop her own blog Funked Up, covering everything electronic from techno and drum & bass to EDM and UKG . With an ear for all things off-centre, Julia’s unique writing style has carved her own niche in her home Birmingham and beyond.
KXVU
Label Founder / Writer / Content Manager
As head of online content for The 3000 Network, KXVU now sits as one of the most involved journalistic faces within UK underground dance music. Through his work as the Breakfast Show host and head of music on Brighton's Trickstar Radio, his position as Podcast Host and 140 reviewer for JunoDownload and his Director & Co-founder position at heavyweight label: Southpoint, there isn't much that passes him by. Bass, garage, grime, dubstep, he's involved across the board and remains as keen as ever to showcase sound to the world!
Owen
Writer / DJ / Producer
Owen Sutton, or dubbleT, is an up and coming bass producer from the south of the UK. The founder of social media outlet, Bass Hive, Owen always has his finger on the pulse of what’s happening in the UK underground scene. Writing for the likes of 3000 Bass and Rewind That Track since 2018, he has written press releases and review for the biggest names in the scene. As for his own production, under the alias dubbleT, he has signed singles to the likes of YosH and Nightflower Records with his production improving with every release