The esteemed Drum & Bass label and club night have announced they will no longer operate after 20 years at the forefront of the UK underground scene.
Seminal Drum & Bass record label and club night Renegade Hardware have announced today that they will no longer function as either. In a statement posted on their Facebook page they said they will hold one last event in February 2016, where they will ‘sign off with our biggest and baddest line up to date.’
Renegade Hardware was started in South London in 1995 by Clayton Hines and Mark Hill and has since released a slew of records from artists with a darker Drum & Bass inclination, including the likes of Universal Project, Future Cut, Konflict and Usual Suspects amongst others. They first started their popular club night at The End in London in 1997, that would go on to see a run of 11 and a half years until the venue was closed down in January 2009. They would later go on to host parties at respected underground London establishments such as Coronet, Cable, Area and Ministry Of Sound.
Head to the Renegade Hardware Facebook page to read the statement in full.