This is the eleventh edition of the Rinse label's compilation series, mixed by Oneman, who takes this installment on a party-focused excursion through the sounds of London's underground rave scene. Martyn, Geeneus and Ms. Dynamite, Joy Orbison, Joker, Starkey, Bok Bok, Zomby, and more all feature here and the mix lies somewhere between the energy of his Rinse show and live set. Those familiar with Oneman will have come to know him for flinging down pre-2006 dubstep and garage riddims and may be surprised to find a predominantly upfront selection here. With so much new music pouring out from all over the UK, the underground rave scene has always kept the spotlight on DJs that also produce. Savvy ravers will come to see those whose music they've been listening to on radio or downloaded from blogs and rightly too; producer DJs come with the added bonus of a bunch of their own exclusives that may never see a release. It's exciting. Oneman is a raver's DJ and audaciously stays abreast of his producer DJ peers without ever releasing a riddim or remix. Journalists and DJs who suggest that we're at an important time in UK underground dance music can see the proof in this mix. Testament to why the world looks to UK dancefloors for inspiration, Rinse: 11 is a snapshot of UK raving now. Other artists include: Double Helix (LHF), Ramadanman, Martin Kemp, The Detachments, Jazzanova, Kode9, Bassjackers & Apster, Deadboy, Efdemin, Smoove Kriminal, Sticky, Marvin Brown, R1 Ryders, SouLTonic Sound System, Bubbz, Hem, Terrible Shock, Shortstuff, A4C, Boogaloo, Breakage, Newham Generals & David Rodigan, Desto, 2000 F & J Kamata, Headhunter, Modeselektor, Crystal Fighters, and Brackles.