Selected press

>> DJ Mag review (February 2019) for “Mad Ting (Murder He Wrote Remix”

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>> “Hometown Heroes” feature on, including one hour mix

>>, “Track of the day” for “U Already Know Remix”


>>“Tundra” featured on BBC Radio 1 Ibiza Special

>>“Bunji Garlin – Differentology (Terror Tone Remix)” featured on COMPLEX magazine online

>>”No Doubt” on Pigeons and Planes, for “This Weeks Best EDM” feature.

“This one surprised me, and took it back to the essence.”

>>”No Doubt” on Do Androids Dance as an Exclusive Download

“Deep vibes and Biggy vocal cuts are served up by Toronto’s Terror Tone on this cut. His style has always been oriented towards the dark, smokey corners of electronic dance music and if you peruse his library you’ll find a grip of superb house, UK funky and grime tracks. He’s got more than a few releases on the way this year along with a possible tour in Europe. Keep your eye on this guy for big things in 2014.”

>>Do Androids Dance, “5 under 5000” feature

“His basslines are what put him a cut above the rest. It’s bouncy and fun and gives otherwise deep tracks a party vibe that could rock any big room.”

>>“The top 5 under the radar electronic acts in Toronto” feature

>>” Galaxies E.P” Review via JunoDownload

Despite being Canadian, Terror Tone (aka Luke D) has pretty much got the UK bass scene covered. His last single, Tundra, was featured on BBC Radio 1 Extra, so who knows where this one may go. Far, presumably, as the three tracks on offer here are mega-accessible – “Space Jam” is all moody and sensuous electro-house, almost like early Black Strobe or Tiefschwarz, “The Creeps” is more modern with a rolling UKF shuffle and some lovely retro house breakdowns and things finish with the schizophrenic bass mash-up of er, “Mash Up” which splices together a string of killer bass breaks.

>>”The Creeps” Featured on #Unknown Blog

>>“The Creeps” Featured on Devolution Fabriclive Promo Mix

>>“The Creeps” Featured BBC Radio 1xtra, Live From Global Gathering 2013

>>”Tundra” featured on BBC Radio 1Xtra, played by Star One

>>Feature on “Silence No Good” Blog

“I think I’ve finally found something from England, and technically Toronto too, that’s got potential. And even though the Ragga Twins are nothing new to the scene, if anything quite the opposite, with Terror Tone’s garage edit, this puts a whole new spark to “UK rap”.”

>>The Grid TO Writeup and “Best Bets” Feature

“Before he heads off to play at set at WEMF this weekend, Toronto DJ/producer Luke D a.k.a. Terror Tone celebrates the release of his latest EP, Bad Love. The four-track bass monster is the second release on Stacked Records, a label and blog founded in May by Terror Tone and friends. With earlier slabs of dubstep, electro and breaks released on local label Intellegenix and a recent remix of Ursa Major for NYC’s Trouble and Bass label, Terror Tone has become a name to watch. “


>> New Toronto Remix Feature

>> Trouble and Bass Remix Contest Win

>> Bass Music Blog Remix Contest Win

>> Now Magazine Feature

>> Dub Hub Interview

>> Soundplate Features

>> 2 Tracks from the Bad love E.P receiving Juno Recommendations

>> One Hour mix and write up from Channel One