Virus Syndicate consist of DJ/producer MRK1 and MCs JSD, Goldfinger & Nika D. They are in our view one of the biggest urban acts to come out of Manchester.
Virus Syndicate have a raw urban bass heavy sound which leans to many genres, with hard edged beats and lyrical intelligence the Virus are fast gaining tips to become the next major UK break through act.
Knowing their potential Food4DaBrain has acted quickly in releasing Neva Argue, the 2nd single taken from our forthcoming album Food4DaBrain '2nd Serving'. Released on a Limited Edition 12" Picture disc along with Terra firma's Git Down Remix.
This up-tempo street banger is a perfect example of their musical talent, along with the video, this package will be difficult for even the tightest of crews to match.
Neva Argue is also available via download, (see f4dbshop) Producer MRK1, is one of the leading heads in the ever evolving dub-step scene and combined with his heavy electro, grime, hip hop and jungle influence his sound provides a super-sonic platform for the lyrically astounding mc's.
After the success of their debut album "The Work Related Illness" Virus Return with a fresh batch of hybrid bass bombs, all unique in sound and even more infectious than before. Tracks such as "Conspiracy" dig deep and are a true sign of the times touching upon illegal wars, politics, poverty and the hierarchical system...disputes aside Virus still deliver their wonderfully crafted stories such as "Kane and Able" detailing a tragic sibling rivalry with fatal consequences and the "Balance", a tail of unexpected pregnancy amongst love struck, care free teenager's.. then there's the up front testosterone fueled tracks such as "Be like us" and the ever present misogynistic tracks such as "Bashy" and "Dipping", just a few of the many humorous Manchester colloquialisms used by Virus.?Collaborations and remixes are brewing with USA's Yo Majesty, Freq Nasty, Switch, Various Productions, Foreign Beggars, Nextmen, Jahcoozi, DJ Baku (JPN).
With over 60 European dates under their belt and receiving support from the likes of Liam Howlett, Rob Da Bank, Ross Allen, Mary Anne Hobbs, Tim Westwood (to name a few!) Virus syndicate are currently working on their new album, which is due for release toward the end of this year. for more info, watch this space...
The future looks bright, prepare to be infected.