DMZ

DMZ

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Label run by Mala (4), Coki and Loefah
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AlbertHofstein

AlbertHofstein

13 mars 2019
Good Dubstep label, with a bunch of outstanding tracks, but extremely overpriced. There should be no risk to reissue some of that stuff. Not decent to let people pay this ridiculous prices for something that is most certainly not too special, or inventive.
Einstyles

Einstyles

27 décembre 2018
Anyone got Digitals available from when Bleep/beatport had em? Trying to get some of these tunes without losing my house.
KDSutherland

KDSutherland

15 novembre 2016
I understand them not wanting to repress. But why no high quality digital releases of the back catalogue?
orangeluva56

orangeluva56

17 septembre 2016
almost 3 years without a release. is this a dead label?
BanditZero

BanditZero

25 juillet 2016
try and convince DMZ to give me some rights and I'll press the shit outta the catalogue - all out of my own pocket of course!
JIM_WICK_2001

JIM_WICK_2001

5 décembre 2014
Can whoever bootlegged DMZ007 just go ahead and bootleg the rest of the DMZ back cat already?

I'm not paying £50+ for a battered piece of wax.
Vinyl_Vigilance

Vinyl_Vigilance

21 mars 2013
HEARD DMZ030 us going to be another ting!!!!!!!!!
DJ_MALKOE

DJ_MALKOE

9 novembre 2012
MALA STAND AGAINST WAR & MAINTAIN THRU MADNESS IS GONNA BE DMZ029!!!

KEEP A LOOK OUT
DJ_MALKOE

DJ_MALKOE

7 novembre 2012
WHY DID DMZ DELETE THERE OLD FILES!!!(thats what they say in internet land anyway) wish i got all the 320s when they were on bleep i have 002, 006, a side of 009 (dont know why i didnt just get both tracks from 009?? probly wanted 2 save 90p 2 go towards a pack of fags) & 010 but now im mad into wax always ruin myself financially buy 12"s and the thought that i most likely will NEVER!! own a good solid vinyl copy of any of the early releases because they are now "collectors items" is gut wrenching. i understand it to a point but around £70 4 just 2 tracks is alot and want some of these tunes in my sets and there's no other way 2 get them and obviously people know this and just take the piss.
fb_sls

fb_sls

4 janvier 2012
edité about 1 year ago
Watching the label from the beginning I know that every release, at least until cat#013, was repressed at least once within a year or more - except cat#001 + cat#002. Anti War Dub for example was repressed about 3 times within two years if I remember right. The reason why they are so rare is that every release kept it's musical value and the value to the dubstep 'scene' from the day it was released until today. There are quite a few copies of every release, but people bought them on sight and hold on to their copies.

I once read that Mala likes the idea of music being volatile and something that is connected to the moment. Maybe that's why DMZ stops to repress at some point in time. It seems that they think 'That was then, now is now'.

Edit: Mala says in the RBMA Interview that "Anti War Dub" was repressed once.