Full Cycle Recordings
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Full Cycle Recordings was a record label based in Bristol, England specialising in drum and bass. The label was a sister label of V Recordings and is owned and run by Daniel Kausman (DJ Die), Paul Southey (DJ Suv), Keith Thompson (DJ Krust) and Ryan Williams (Roni Size). Their first release was in 1993.
The Full Cycle camp is almost directly synonymous with drum'n'bass's "Bristol sound", both being primarily associated with Roni Size, DJ Die, DJ Suv and DJ Krust. This quartet formed half of the Mercury Music Prize winning band Reprazent. Reprazent vocalist Dynamite MC is also associated with the label. Over the years, the label has also released other artists, such as Surge, DJ Clipz and Tali.