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Cyantific
Cyantific.jpg
J. Stanley in 2009
Background information
OriginLondon, England
GenresDrum and Bass
Years active2002 – present
LabelsHospital Records, CYN Music, Viper Recordings
Websitecyantific.co.uk
MembersJon Stanley
Past membersMatt Whitehead

Cyantific is the stage name of Jon Stanley, an electronic producer/DJ from London, England.[1] Cyantific was originally a duo, consisting of Stanley and Matt Whitehead, but the duo split in 2009.[2] The pair met at high school, where Whitehead was in a heavy metal band, and Stanley was collecting drum and bass records. They began making music using simple sequencing software on an old PC.[3]

After a few years of tuning their sound they had their first release on the now defunct Replicant Audio label. They then went on to write "Timescape" which was picked up by John B for his label. Stanley was DJing at a night in London directly before High Contrast, who took an interest in "Timescape". Stanley passed him a demo CD, and two weeks later Hospital Records called them in to a meeting to sign an album deal.[4]

In 2006, after numerous singles they released their debut album Ghetto Blaster. It features collaborations with Matrix and Logistics.

2007 saw Stanley recognised for his DJing skills, as he won BBC 1Xtra's 2007 Xtra Bass award for 'best break through DJ'.[5]

In 2010 Cyantific started his own self-titled label (now known as CYN Music). The first release included a collaboration with Logistics entitled "Brighter Day" and a solo effort called "88 mph".[6] Since then Cyantific has been releasing more of his music including singles and EPs on the record label, and even signing artists and releasing their work on the label. These artists include Dimension, Karma and Dub Motion.

In late 2014, on Friction's BBC Radio 1 show, it was announced that Cyantific had exclusively signed to Futurebound's record label, Viper Recordings.[7] Cyantific's first song, entitled "Bring You Love", for the record label was released on the Decade of Viper album as an exclusive. It was also mentioned that he would be working on his second studio album on the label.

The Cyantific sound has been described as experimental drum and bass.

CYN Music[edit | edit source]

CYN Music, originally called Cyantific, is a record label created by Cyantific himself in 2010. It specialises in drum and bass but has also released dubstep and house music.

Releases[edit | edit source]

Year No. Artist Title
2010 CYN001 Cyantific "Brighter Day" / "88 Mph"
2011 CYN002 "Obey" / "Bounce It"
2012 CYN003 "Mirador" / "Defect"
CYN004 Dimension "Digital World" / "Detroit"
CYN005 Cyantific Liberty EP
2013 CYN006 Dimension "Synth City" / "Midnight Love"
CYN007 Cyantific "Cyantific Dub"
CYN008 "Your Love" / "Hold Back"
CYN009 Dimension "All I Need" / "Basilica"
CYN010 Karma "Her Touch" / "Salute"
CYN011 Cyantific "Ice Cream" / "Eski's Song"
2014 CYN012 Dimension "Crowd Reaction"
"Command" / "Pathogen"
CYN013 Karma "Terminal" / "Open Your Eyes"
CYN014 Cyantific "Hard Times" / "Type A"
CYN015 Dub Motion "Gold" / "Soul Intention"
CYN016 Dimension "Crowd Reaction VIP" / "Digital World VIP"
CYN017 Cyantific "Ice Cream (Vanilla Mix)"
CYN018 Karma "Back & Forth" / "Silhouettes"
CYN019 Dub Motion "Azure" / "Infected"

Discography[edit | edit source]

Albums[edit | edit source]

  • Ghetto Blaster (2006)
  • Medical History: Cyantific (2007)
  • Liberty EP (2012)

Singles[edit | edit source]

  • "Forced" / "Bombjack" (2002)
  • "Timescape" / "More Than One" (2003)
  • "Neon Skyline" (2003)
  • "90" / "All Points West" (2003)
  • "Be True" / "Heart Beating (feat. Merly B)" (2003)
  • "Little Green Men" / "Quiet Star" (2004)
  • "Output" / "Reincarnation Dub" (2004)
  • "Don’t Follow" (feat. Diane Charlemagne) / "Pulse 101" (2005)
  • "Without Sound" (feat. Tactile) (compilation track) (2005)
  • "Flashback" (feat. Logistics) / "Can’t Let Go" (2006)
  • "Ghetto Blaster" (Sparfunk Remix) / "Coming Unstuck" (2006)
  • "11th Hour" (feat. Q-Project)" (2006)
  • "Space Station Kru" (compilation track) (2007)
  • "Disconnected" / "The Serpent" (2007)
  • "Outer Limits" (feat. Kasra) (compilation track) (2007)
  • "Empty Streets" (compilation track) (2009)
  • "Hong Kong Express" (compilation track) (2010)
  • "Don’t Follow" [Acapella] (compilation track) (2010)
  • "Brighter Day" (with Logistics, feat. Natalie Williams) / "88mph" (2010)
  • "Obey" / "Bounce It" (2010)
  • "305" / "Opium" (2010)
  • "Touch Me" / "Get Into It" ("Get Into It" feat. Wilkinson) (2011)
  • "Infinity" (compilation track) (2012)
  • "Mirador" / "Defect" (2012)
  • "Infinity Plus 1" (compilation track) (2012)
  • "Cyantific Dub" (2013)
  • "Your Love" / "Hold Back" (2013)
  • "Ice Cream" / "Eski's Song" (2013)
  • "Hard Times" / "Type A" (2014)
  • "Ice Cream (Vanilla Mix)" (2014)
  • "Colour in the Shadows" (feat. Benji) / "No More Heroes" (2015)
  • "Outatime" (2016)

Remixes[edit | edit source]

  • London Elektricity – "Harlesden" (2003)
  • The Nextmen – "High Score" (2003)
  • Black Rain - "Lifecycle" (2004)
  • Total Science - "Jet Set" (2005)
  • BCee & Lomax – "Can't Say No" (2005)
  • Logistics – "Space Jam" (2006)
  • Higher Sense – "Cold Fresh Air" (2006)
  • Aquasky feat. Kool Keith – "Movin’ The Hype Track" (2006)
  • Example – "Won’t Go Quietly" (2009)
  • Netsky - "Hold On To Love" (2010)
  • Zarif – "Box Of Secrets" (with Wilkinson) (2010)
  • Kid Adrift – "Oxytocin" (2010)
  • Resonators - "Sweet Love Affair" (2010)
  • Holdtight - "9 2 5" (2010)
  • Eméli Sande feat. Naughty Boy - "Daddy" (2011)
  • Denzal Park vs Wizard Sleeve - "I'm A Drum Machine" (2011)
  • Scissor Sisters - "Only The Horses" (2011)
  • Rogerseventytwo - "You Take Me Higher" (2011)
  • Bingo Players feat. Far East Movement - "Get Up (Rattle)" (2012)
  • Mumzy Stranger - "Fly with Me" (Cyantific Mix) (2013)
  • Ad-Apt - "Need Your Love" (2013)
  • Wilkinson - "Afterglow" (2013)
  • Skindred - "Kill The Power" (2013)
  • Brookes Brothers feat. Camille - "Anthem" (2014)
  • Mike Mago & Dragonette - "Outlines" (2014)
  • deadmau5 - "Some Chords" (Cyantific Bootleg) (2015)
  • Dr Kucho! & Gregor Salto feat. Ane Brun - "Can't Stop Playing" (2015)
  • Diztortion feat. Sasha Keable & Stylo G - "Put Your Love On Me" (2015)
  • Lethal Bizzle feat. Shakka - "Playground" (2015)
  • Drumsound & Bassline Smith feat. Stealth & LCGC - "Fearless" (2015)
  • Tritonal feat. Steph Jones - "Blackout" (2016)

DJ mixes[edit | edit source]

  • Journeys Through Innerspace Mix (2006) Mixed for Dogs on Acid[8]
  • Sex Education Mix (2007) Mixed for Dogs on Acid[8]
  • Time Flies Mix (2010)
  • Return of the Ghetto Blaster Mix (2010)

External links[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. IMO Records "Cyantific Biography", IMO Records, London, 25 October 2011. Retrieved on 23 November 2011.
  2. Cyantific Official website Archived 3 August 2010 at the Wayback Machine (Retrieved August 2010)
  3. Dogs On Acid (Retrieved February 2007)
  4. Cyantific Official website Archived 3 August 2010 at the Wayback Machine (Retrieved August 2010)
  5. BBC 1Xtra XtraBass award pages (Retrieved June 2007)
  6. Cyantific official website Archived 3 August 2010 at the Wayback Machine (Retrieved August 2010)
  7. http://www.viperrecordings.co.uk/news/11066/cyantific-signs-exclusively-to-viper-recordings (Retrieved December 2014)
  8. 8.0 8.1 [1]

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