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It's official: Full Cycle is back

The much-loved D&B stable returns for 2016

2016 Jan 19     
2 Bit Thugs

A new EP from the label founders gets things moving again, with a club tour to follow

It's been rumoured for a while, with Roni Size dropping big hints in the last few months of 2015, but now it's 100 per cent confirmed: Full Cycle is back.

The label responsible for such classics as DJ Krust's Soul In Motion, Tali's Lyric On My Lip and Breakbeat Era's Ultra-Obscene haven't released a record since a Sigma remix of Roni Size & DJ Die's Music Box in 2008. But now they return for 2016, with the first release to be the Formulate EP from label founders Size and Krust.

From there, we're assured there's a full release schedule planned for the rest of the year, but there's also the small matter of a club tour. You can catch the Full Cycle crew in action at:

Jungle Jam, Leeds (5 February)

Hospitality, Birmingham (6 February)

Hospitality, Southampton (12 February)

BBC 6 Music Festival, Bristol (13 February)

Sportpaleis, Antwerp (12 March)

Tivoli, Utrecht (27 March)

Village Underground, London (8 April)

Gretchen, Berlin (23 April)

Those are the dates from, anyway... those on the Full Cycle Facebook page are slightly different, so go figure! Either way, it's great to see Bristol's premier D&B label back in the game.

Below: Full Cycle mainstay DJ Suv live, from all the way back in 2000.





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