CIA Records Drops its 25-Year-Anniversary Compilation

Total Science pulls together a selection of drum & bass champions to feature on their label’s new anniversary compilation.

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Sept 23, 2022
Cameron Holbrook

UK duo Total Science‘s formative drum & bass label Computer Integrated Audio (aka CIA Records) ushers in a milestone release celebrating two and a half decades on the scene with the V/A compilation 25 Years Of CIA Records.

The 12-track album follows a strong run of proper, hard-hitting, gun-finger records such as DLR’s Don’t Come Too Close EP and Minor Forms’ two-part Night Trails EP. As one of the most revered duos in the history of the drum & bass scene, Total Science continues to demonstrate their flawless taste in curating high-octane D&B for the masses. Their imprint’s new anniversary compilation is no exception.

The heavyweight Calibre kicks off the V/A with a lush remix of Total Science’s 2004 single “Gravy Girls,” followed by a salivating selection of blazing tunes from Myth, Break, Zero T, Kublai, The Sauce, Digital, FD, more — along with a special trio pairing on “Super Six” with Quadrant, Dummy, and Iris. Listen below.

Computer Integrated Audio’s V/A compilation 25 Years of CIA Records is out now. Buy it on Beatport.

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