Unknown To The Unknown goes back to YouTube with free releases from Filter Dread and more

DJ Haus’s rapidly growing label is going “back to the UTTU roots” with a series of free releases on YouTube.

Old heads will remember that Unknown To The Unknown started life in 2011 as a bonkers YouTube channel curated by the label boss. In the last couple of years, DJ Haus has kept up a frantic physical release schedule spread over UTTU and its sister label Hot Haus Records, but for 2015 he’s going back to basics with a string of material on YouTube.

The first in a series of free digital releases is from grime and jungle mangler Filter Dread, who’s obviously still feeling generous since treating us to a bumper sample pack on Christmas Day. The bubbling ‘Sunbeams’ can be streamed via YouTube or downloaded the old-fashioned way through Sendspace.

Subscribe to the UTTU channel to keep up to date with future freebies. The latest eclectic offerings from UTTU include a suite of messy Sheffield-style bleep from Luca Lozano and Mumdance’s set of 20 locked grooves. [via JunoPlus]




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