Blackout Podcast 83 – Pythius [Official Channel] Drum & Bass

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Pythius is back with another smashing Blackout Podcast to celebrate the release of Part 1 & 2 of the Descend album remixes!
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┌Tracklist:
1] Pythius – IDWD Ft. Thrasher (Zardonic Remix) [Blackout]
2] Black Sun Empire & State Of Mind – Pull The Trigger [Blackout]
3] Pythius – Monster Black Hole (Merikan Remix) [Blackout]
4] Prolix – Drop Bombs [Blackout]
5] Black Sun Empire & State Of Mind – Ripsaw [RAM]
6] Pythius & Nuklear – Whiplash [Eatbrain – Dub]
7] Pythius – Haymaker (Abis Remix) [Blackout]
8] Neonlight & IHR – Jabberwocky [Blackout]
9] Redpill – Flesh & Blood [Blackout]
10] Optiv & BTK – Dive Bomb (Pythius Remix) [Dutty Audio]
11] Teddy Killerz – Assassins [Blackout]
12] Nuklear & Teddy Killerz – Badder [Eatbrain – Dub]
13] Tantrum Desire – Unleashed [Technique]
14] ID – ID
15] Pythius – Thrawn (Mindscape Remix) [Blackout]
16] State Of Mind – Writhe [Blackout]
17] ID – ID
18] Pythius & Gridlok – Sound Barrier (Gydra Remix) [Blackout]
19] Telekinesis – In My Mind [Blackout]
20] Prolix & Black Sun Empire – Savages Ft. Virus Syndicate [Blackout]
21] Mefjus – Pivot (Annix Remix) [Vision]
22] Audio – Ultrasonic [Snake Pit – Dub]
23] ID & ID – ID
24] Pythius – Suspect (Synergy Remix) [Blackout]
25] Unglued & Phace – Malware [Hospital]
26] Agressor Bunx – Rolling [Blackout]
27] Rockwell & The Upbeats – LEVEL [Obsolete Medium]
28] Pythius & June Miller – Akkoord (Redpill Remix) [Blackout]
29] ID & ID – ID
30] Gridlok – Insecticide [XX Remastered]
31] Nuklear & Mindscape – Sidetracked [Eatbrain – Dub]
32] Prolix – Snake [Blackout]
33] Pythius – Run Ft. Joan Franka [Blackout]
34] Pythius & Black Sun Empire – Heresy [Blackout]
35] Agressor Bunx – Offensive [Eatbrain]
36] Pythius – Sovereign (Neonlight Remix) [Blackout]
37] Synergy – Runner [Eatbrain]
38] ID – ID
39] Pythius – Driveyard Ft. Krytpomedic [Blackout]
40] Synergy – Spiral [Blackout]

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RAMLive – Audio – ProgRAM x FABRICLIVE – 19/04/19

RAMLive returns this month with a slight twist as we bring you a handful of sets recorded at London’s Fabric nightclub as part of their recent ProgRAM x FABRICLIVE event. Including sets from the likes of Audio, Original Sin and more, we’ll be uploading a handful of these recordings throughout May for your audio and visual pleasure.

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RAMLive – Levela – ProgRAM x FABRICLIVE – 19/04/19

RAMLive returns this month with a slight twist as we bring you a handful of sets recorded at London’s Fabric nightclub as part of their recent ProgRAM x FABRICLIVE event. Including sets from the likes of Audio, Original Sin and more, we’ll be uploading a handful of these recordings throughout May for your audio and visual pleasure.

Kicking things off is one third of Data 3 and minimal criminal, Mark Dinimal, with MC Busta on mic duties, who’ll take you on a deep and dark journey with some absolutely killer cuts. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for further RAMLive sessions taken direct from fabric over the coming weeks.

Don’t forget we’re still taking mix submissions, so if you think you can throw down, email your links to info@ramrecords.com with the subject heading ‘RAMLive Submissions’ and show us what you can do.

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Blackout Podcast 79 – Telekinesis [Official Channel] Drum & Bass

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Tracklist:
1. OaT – Hostile [Addictive Behaviour Records]
2. Current Value – Ferromagnetic / [Othercide Rec]
3. Telekinesis – Levitate [Blackout Music]
4. Audio – Frog March [Snake Pit Records]
5. The.Clamps – No Reality [Trendkill Records]
6. Telekinesis – P1kachu [Blackout Music]
7. InsideInfo – Twofold [InsideInfo Records]
8. Mean Teeth – Leviathan (Mean Teeth Remix) [Santoku Records]
9. Pythius – Thrawn (Mindscape Remix) [Blackout Music]
10. A.M.C – Look Out [Titan Rec]
11. Pythius – Monster Black Hole (Merikan Remix) [Blackout Music]
12. The Clamps – I Feel [Trendkill Rec]
13. Mean Teeth – Blaze (Vowel Remix) [Impact Music]
14. The Prodigy – We Live Forever (Teddy Killerz Remix) [WMG]
15. The Outsiders – Silver Eclipse [Korsakov Music]
16. The Prodigy – Weather Experience [XL Records]
17. The Prodigy – Omen / Take Me To The Hospital
18. Prolix & The Qemists – Feel Alive [Blackout Music]
19. Current Value – DISPELLING FEAR (featuring Snow & Coresplittaz) [Othercide Rec]
20. Mean Teeth – Multitude (The Clamps Remix) [Impact Music]
21. Telekinesis – Psiball [Blackout Music]
22. Teddy Killerz vs Gydra – Miles High [Neuropunk Rec]
23. The Clamps – Mind Exploration [Trendkill Rec]
24. Telekinesis – In My Mind [Blackout Music]
25. QO & The Clamps – Krieg [Hoofbeats Music]
26. Agressor Bunx – Acid Mirage [Eatbrain Rec]
27. The Caracal Project – Wolves [Impact Music]
28. Pythius – Suspect (Synergy Remix) [Blackout Music]
29. Lenzman – Rain (feat. Children Of Zeus) [Metalheadz]

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Audio – Frog March

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Blackout Podcast 78 – Neonlight [Official Channel] Drum & Bass

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Tracklist:
01 Neonlight – Slap 2019 [Blackout Music]
02 Audio – Frog March [Snake Pit Dub]
03 Buunshin – Thoughts [Dividid]
04 Gridlok – Opera [Bad Taste Dub]
05 Mefjus – Pivot (Annix Remix) [Vision]
06 Teddy Killerz & Gydra – Miles Hight [Neuropunk]
07 Proxima – Odd One [NEU]
08 Wingz – Detractor [Overview Music]
09 Gydra – No Kidding [Neuropunk]
10 Mefjus – Sleaze Bag (Ed Rush Remix) [Vision]
11 Demo & Cease – Ladies Night (Drumsound & Bassline Smith VIP) [Technique]
12 Abis & Signal – Give & Take [Dividid]
13 Misanthrop – Minimalinski [Neosignal]
14 Neonlight & IHR – Jabberwocky [Blackout Music]
15 Traumatize – Stereo Yout [Biological Beatz]
16 Noisia & Phace – Deep Down [Vision]
17 Maztek – Wreckified [0101 Music Dub]
18 RedPill – Boom Boom [Eatbrain]
19 Telekinesis – ID [Blackout Music Dub]
20 The Upbeats – Sweeper [Non Vouge]
21 Black Sun Empire & Neonlight – Abduction (The Upbeats Remix) [Blackout Music]
22 Neonlight – Boom 2019 [Blackout Music]
⇒ Noisia – Voodoo (Noisia Remix) [Vision]
24 Circuits & Synth Ethics – Beg [Critical]
25 The Prototypes – Millennia [Get Hype]
⇒ Neonlight – Transit [Blackout Music]
26 Neonlight – Bitcoin [Blackout Music]
⇒ Culture Shook – Bunker [Ram]
27 Prestige – Death Selection [Viper]
28 Synergy – Vector [Blackout Music]
29 Noisia – Get Deaded (Bassnectar Remix) [Vision]
30 Ivy Lab – Peninsula (SpectraSoul Remix) [Critical]
31 A-Cray – Proxy [Eatbrain Dub]
32 Jam Thieves – After Blast VIP [Playaz]
33 Bou – Gun Crime [Critical]
34 Shyun & Cruk – See It Our Way [Critical]
35 Noisia & Prolix – Astroids (Noisia Remix) [Vision]
36 Doctrin – So Did I [Invisible]
37 Mefjus – Together (Signal Remix) [Vision]
38 Synergy & Signal – Exile [Dividid Dub]
39 Mefjus – Uneasy (Break Remix) [Vision]
40 Bad Company – Hornet (Neonlight Remix) [Dub]
41 Prolix & The Qemists – Feel Alive [Blackout Music Dub]
42 Current Value – DNA [Invisible]
43 Circuits – Berlin Outfit [Critical]
44 Abstract Elements & Subwave – Posthuman [Invisible]
45 Fisher – Loosing It (The Prototypes Bootleg) [Dub]
46 Proxima – Jumpy [NEU]
47 Neonlight & Receptor – Phrase Maker [Blackout Music]
48 Neonlight & Hedj – System Error (re-master) [Dub]
49 Neonlight – Bad Omen (State of Mind Remix) [Blackout Music]

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Freek – ‘Human Being’

Freek – ‘Human Being’

Taken from the EP Ram goes to Let it Roll 3.0
Out Now
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The world’s seminal drum & bass festival is nearly upon us and in celebration the twenty five year strong Ram Records label are about to drop yet another compilation EP to announce their 2018 stage takeover. The track listing is as weighty as the artists they’ll be bringing along to Let it Roll this year; packed with seven new exclusives, from a range of producers both within the Ram roster as well as guests who’ve delivered a range of heaters throughout the imprint’s back catalogue, it’s sure to set the motions in place for the Let it Roll countdown.

Whether it’s the indisputably emotive formula of Sound in Noise’s offering ‘The Prophet’, or Audio’s rework of his collaboration ‘Creatures’ with MC Nuklear and Prolix, there’s a range of production styles which epitomise how diverse Ram has come to be over two decades. Freek’s ‘Human Being’ channels the artist’s tell-tale, bouncy signature whilst newcomer Kung crashes forward with the thumping bass peddles and rowdy drum sequences of ‘Eunoia’. Legion & Logam make a welcome comeback with ‘Mullholland Drive’ alongside Hamilton’s ‘Hopelessly Addicted VIP’, whilst Rene LaVice follows up his recent album ‘Far From Perfect’ with the crunching snares of ‘Poke the Bear’ with Lynx, and Subview’s record ‘Take Me Back’ rolls through with its liquid underpinning and sudden descendent into crashing breaks.

It’s an all-encompassing look at what Ram has to give this year at Let it Roll. As usual, it’s looking to be another monumental year for the world’s global gathering of drum & bass fans. Ram’s taster of what’s to come is just the beginning.

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Kung – ‘Eunoia’

Kung – ‘Eunoia’

Taken from the EP Ram goes to Let it Roll 3.0
Out Now
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__________

The world’s seminal drum & bass festival is nearly upon us and in celebration the twenty five year strong Ram Records label are about to drop yet another compilation EP to announce their 2018 stage takeover. The track listing is as weighty as the artists they’ll be bringing along to Let it Roll this year; packed with seven new exclusives, from a range of producers both within the Ram roster as well as guests who’ve delivered a range of heaters throughout the imprint’s back catalogue, it’s sure to set the motions in place for the Let it Roll countdown.

Whether it’s the indisputably emotive formula of Sound in Noise’s offering ‘The Prophet’, or Audio’s rework of his collaboration ‘Creatures’ with MC Nuklear and Prolix, there’s a range of production styles which epitomise how diverse Ram has come to be over two decades. Freek’s ‘Human Being’ channels the artist’s tell-tale, bouncy signature whilst newcomer Kung crashes forward with the thumping bass peddles and rowdy drum sequences of ‘Eunoia’. Legion & Logam make a welcome comeback with ‘Mullholland Drive’ alongside Hamilton’s ‘Hopelessly Addicted VIP’, whilst Rene LaVice follows up his recent album ‘Far From Perfect’ with the crunching snares of ‘Poke the Bear’ with Lynx, and Subview’s record ‘Take Me Back’ rolls through with its liquid underpinning and sudden descendent into crashing breaks.

It’s an all-encompassing look at what Ram has to give this year at Let it Roll. As usual, it’s looking to be another monumental year for the world’s global gathering of drum & bass fans. Ram’s taster of what’s to come is just the beginning.

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Legion & Logam – ‘Mullholland Drive’

Legion & Logam – ‘Mullholland Drive’

Taken from the EP Ram goes to Let it Roll 3.0
Out Now
RAMM332

https://www.ramrecords.com/download/ramm332

__________

The world’s seminal drum & bass festival is nearly upon us and in celebration the twenty five year strong Ram Records label are about to drop yet another compilation EP to announce their 2018 stage takeover. The track listing is as weighty as the artists they’ll be bringing along to Let it Roll this year; packed with seven new exclusives, from a range of producers both within the Ram roster as well as guests who’ve delivered a range of heaters throughout the imprint’s back catalogue, it’s sure to set the motions in place for the Let it Roll countdown.

Whether it’s the indisputably emotive formula of Sound in Noise’s offering ‘The Prophet’, or Audio’s rework of his collaboration ‘Creatures’ with MC Nuklear and Prolix, there’s a range of production styles which epitomise how diverse Ram has come to be over two decades. Freek’s ‘Human Being’ channels the artist’s tell-tale, bouncy signature whilst newcomer Kung crashes forward with the thumping bass peddles and rowdy drum sequences of ‘Eunoia’. Legion & Logam make a welcome comeback with ‘Mullholland Drive’ alongside Hamilton’s ‘Hopelessly Addicted VIP’, whilst Rene LaVice follows up his recent album ‘Far From Perfect’ with the crunching snares of ‘Poke the Bear’ with Lynx, and Subview’s record ‘Take Me Back’ rolls through with its liquid underpinning and sudden descendent into crashing breaks.

It’s an all-encompassing look at what Ram has to give this year at Let it Roll. As usual, it’s looking to be another monumental year for the world’s global gathering of drum & bass fans. Ram’s taster of what’s to come is just the beginning.

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Hamilton – ‘Hopelessly Addicted’ VIP

Hamilton – ‘Hopelessly Addicted’ VIP

Taken from the EP Ram goes to Let it Roll 3.0
Out Now
RAMM332

https://www.ramrecords.com/download/ramm332d

__________

The world’s seminal drum & bass festival is nearly upon us and in celebration the twenty five year strong Ram Records label are about to drop yet another compilation EP to announce their 2018 stage takeover. The track listing is as weighty as the artists they’ll be bringing along to Let it Roll this year; packed with seven new exclusives, from a range of producers both within the Ram roster as well as guests who’ve delivered a range of heaters throughout the imprint’s back catalogue, it’s sure to set the motions in place for the Let it Roll countdown.

Whether it’s the indisputably emotive formula of Sound in Noise’s offering ‘The Prophet’, or Audio’s rework of his collaboration ‘Creatures’ with MC Nuklear and Prolix, there’s a range of production styles which epitomise how diverse Ram has come to be over two decades. Freek’s ‘Human Being’ channels the artist’s tell-tale, bouncy signature whilst newcomer Kung crashes forward with the thumping bass peddles and rowdy drum sequences of ‘Eunoia’. Legion & Logam make a welcome comeback with ‘Mullholland Drive’ alongside Hamilton’s ‘Hopelessly Addicted VIP’, whilst Rene LaVice follows up his recent album ‘Far From Perfect’ with the crunching snares of ‘Poke the Bear’ with Lynx, and Subview’s record ‘Take Me Back’ rolls through with its liquid underpinning and sudden descendent into crashing breaks.

It’s an all-encompassing look at what Ram has to give this year at Let it Roll. As usual, it’s looking to be another monumental year for the world’s global gathering of drum & bass fans. Ram’s taster of what’s to come is just the beginning.

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Audio & Prolix ft. Nuklear MC – ‘Creatures’ (Audio Let It Roll VIP)

Audio & Prolix ft. Nuklear MC – ‘Creatures’ (Audio Let It Roll VIP)

Taken from the EP Ram goes to Let it Roll 3.0
Out Now
RAMM332

https://www.ramrecords.com/download/ramm332d

__________

The world’s seminal drum & bass festival is nearly upon us and in celebration the twenty five year strong Ram Records label are about to drop yet another compilation EP to announce their 2018 stage takeover. The track listing is as weighty as the artists they’ll be bringing along to Let it Roll this year; packed with seven new exclusives, from a range of producers both within the Ram roster as well as guests who’ve delivered a range of heaters throughout the imprint’s back catalogue, it’s sure to set the motions in place for the Let it Roll countdown.

Whether it’s the indisputably emotive formula of Sound in Noise’s offering ‘The Prophet’, or Audio’s rework of his collaboration ‘Creatures’ with MC Nuklear and Prolix, there’s a range of production styles which epitomise how diverse Ram has come to be over two decades. Freek’s ‘Human Being’ channels the artist’s tell-tale, bouncy signature whilst newcomer Kung crashes forward with the thumping bass peddles and rowdy drum sequences of ‘Eunoia’. Legion & Logam make a welcome comeback with ‘Mullholland Drive’ alongside Hamilton’s ‘Hopelessly Addicted VIP’, whilst Rene LaVice follows up his recent album ‘Far From Perfect’ with the crunching snares of ‘Poke the Bear’ with Lynx, and Subview’s record ‘Take Me Back’ rolls through with its liquid underpinning and sudden descendent into crashing breaks.

It’s an all-encompassing look at what Ram has to give this year at Let it Roll. As usual, it’s looking to be another monumental year for the world’s global gathering of drum & bass fans. Ram’s taster of what’s to come is just the beginning.

_______

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Blackout Podcast 74 – Teddy Killerz [Official Channel] Drum & Bass

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Tracklist:
Teddy Killerz x Drumsound & Bassline Smith – Metal & Blood
AMC & Turno – Draw 4 That
Posij – Hunger
Valentino Khan – Deep Down Low (Delta Heavy remix)
))) Teddy Killerz – Borovicka
Upgrade – Spit It Out
Doctrine – Parabol
))) Rockwell – Please Please Please (Play This On The Radio)
Teddy Killerz & ID – ID
UZ & Stooki Sound ft. Foreign Beggars & Once Caponoe – Bang (Teddy Killerz remix)
Bou – Poison
))) Noisia – Diplodocus
Gridlok – Insecticide VIP
Killbox – Kurtz
State Of Mind & Black Sun Empire – Bottom Line
Teddy Killerz – Bonkerz
I Am Legion – Make Those Move (Teddy Killerz VIP remix)
Frankee – Snarl
Teddy Killerz – ID
Mefjus – Ringshifter
Teddy Killerz – Reptile
Audio – Napalm
Krot – Bad Summer
The Prototypes – Pop It Off VIP
))) Gydra – Traquilizer
Black Sun Empire – Foundation (L33 remix)
Synergy – Radiation
Malux – Turbine (Teddy Killerz remix)
Muzzy & AMC & Turno – Cascade
The Prototypes – Electric (Mind Vortex remix)
Raiden – Helium
Teddy Killerz – Teddy’s Song
Original Sin – Red Mist
Upgrade – Blow
Gydra – Problem
Raiden & Khanage – King Stays King
Moby – Alice (Noisia remix)
))) Mr. Frenkie – Bass Symptom
))) Misanthrop – Trashriot
Culture Shock – Bunker
Optiv & BTK – Inception (Gydra remix)
Upgrade – Bad Frequencies
Noisia – Tenctacles (Teddy Killerz remix)
Cod3x – Confused
AMC & Turno – Alliance
Annix & Turno – Cold Killerz
Gydra – Scourge
Dimension – Raver
Phace & Signal – Locust
Synergy – Signals
Signal – 2ME
Phace & Noisia – Drawback (Annix remix)
Muzzy & Teddy Killerz – Shut It Down (ft. MC Mota)

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Killbox -‘Shoreditch Shuffle’

Taken from the album – Killbox ‘Pleasure Palace’
Released 8th June
Ram Records

After the announcement that Ed Rush and Audio would be joining arms to present their brand new ‘Killbox’ project, their stream of releases have been relentless. Although this can only be expected from artists who have decade’s worth of experience within drum & bass, paving their own ways and even shaping the genre’s foundations. The epitomic part of their project now comes in the form of their forthcoming LP ‘Pleasure Palace’, a colossal fourteen tracks which includes a host of unreleased records reclaiming their places as contemporary pillars within the scene. They’re now set to add to their conjoined history and ‘Pleasure Palace’ offers another chapter, alongside many of their standalone, groundbreaking LPs.

Having already unveiled the likes of ‘Cousin of Zilch’, ‘Clickbait’ ft. Rymetyme, ‘Neverwhere’ and ‘Witchmaker’, which have lined many of the biggest sets over the last time twelve months, they are set to explode back onto the market with a huge selection of fresh cuts. The gritty sounds of ‘Colony’ with its manipulated bass movements open the LP, with ‘Kashmir Uzi’ continuing the assault. ‘Goldfoot’ crashes forward with the same ferocity whilst ‘Kurtz’ rolls into play with crunching LFOs. The peaking vocals of Loletta Holloways on ‘Nitty Gritty’ smashes through alongside its climatic breaks, followed by in quick succession by ‘Shoreditch Shuffle’ and ‘Delete Profile’. They both channel the same chaos but ‘Delete Profile’ expands with a more subdued air. ‘Real World’ once again ramps up the track listing with its executioners’ style, whilst ‘Soul Eject’ appeals to the pairs more old-school roots with its cranking snares. Closing the album, ‘Troll Eater’ comes fast and hard, the final climax with a lasting impression. It’s an undeniably versatile collection, projecting a side of both artists which have yet to been.

‘Pleasure Palace’ will be released on the twenty-five year strong dance imprint Ram Records and the stage has already been set. After decimating crowds at London’s definitive Arcadia show, their soundtrack is about to be unleashed on drum & bass’ wider audience.

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Killbox – Delete Profile

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‘Delete Profile’ is released June 8th

Ed Rush and Audio present the culmination of a relentless stream of releases since embarking on their Killbox project, the ‘Pleasure Palace’ LP.

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Killbox – Bound To Others

Killbox – Bound To Others

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Killbox consists of two names which have become synonymous with drum & bass – Ed rush and Audio. And after decades playing out in countries across the world, as well as a string of releases which litter the music collections of listeners everywhere, it’s no surprise they’ve become such legendary figures. This year, they’re about to bring their extensive experience together for a formidable new project, one which will sway the genre’s tide and once more see them standing at the helm of its creative direction. The underground overlords are here to filter your entire world into darkness.
Even as a standalone artist, Audio is revered across all circles. From his hard-hitting productions, to his inked love for 174bpm, he’s remained uncompromising throughout his career. With an ethos that’s stretched through a continually impressive output, which has seen 5 albums, countless 12”s and over 15 years of production, he’s solidified his position within the scene’s core.

No one would argue that Ed Rush changed the face of drum & bass, breaking out of every paradigm which was set up before him. After being an influential part within London’s burgeoning nightlife, he began to craft a sound which marked a new era in hardcore. Extracting darkside jungle classics from a realm which hadn’t yet built its foundations, the producer pushed its developing forefront alongside Optical, his partner at Virus. Moving into new territories, he soon teamed up with another heavyweight. What followed was an album with huge historical implications, ones which carry forward into today…

And this forthcoming EP from the duo represents exactly what they’re about: a no compromising return to the sound which made their era of drum & bass so recognisable. Whilst opening track Bound to Others is eerily foreboding with its extra-terrestrial samples and aggressive LFO, Hype Cycle is a metallic, clanking riddim, one which throws down to darker, techier depths – otherwise known as Johnny L – See Red on crack. Pitch Fork channels a skittering, old-school vibe, with pounding drums and a climatic drop into chaos… And lastly, Surge ends on a climax. Hitting harder with every break, you’re taken into a chasm of snapping beats and cascading drum patterns. This EP is the introduction you’ve been waiting for.

Together, they present Killbox. The merging of two intimidating musical minds, prepare for a union like no other. With Ram Records acting as their platform for debuting new music, this is about to be a defining moment for drum & bass.

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Killbox – Surge

Killbox – Surge

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Killbox consists of two names which have become synonymous with drum & bass – Ed rush and Audio. And after decades playing out in countries across the world, as well as a string of releases which litter the music collections of listeners everywhere, it’s no surprise they’ve become such legendary figures. This year, they’re about to bring their extensive experience together for a formidable new project, one which will sway the genre’s tide and once more see them standing at the helm of its creative direction. The underground overlords are here to filter your entire world into darkness.
Even as a standalone artist, Audio is revered across all circles. From his hard-hitting productions, to his inked love for 174bpm, he’s remained uncompromising throughout his career. With an ethos that’s stretched through a continually impressive output, which has seen 5 albums, countless 12”s and over 15 years of production, he’s solidified his position within the scene’s core.

No one would argue that Ed Rush changed the face of drum & bass, breaking out of every paradigm which was set up before him. After being an influential part within London’s burgeoning nightlife, he began to craft a sound which marked a new era in hardcore. Extracting darkside jungle classics from a realm which hadn’t yet built its foundations, the producer pushed its developing forefront alongside Optical, his partner at Virus. Moving into new territories, he soon teamed up with another heavyweight. What followed was an album with huge historical implications, ones which carry forward into today…

And this forthcoming EP from the duo represents exactly what they’re about: a no compromising return to the sound which made their era of drum & bass so recognisable. Whilst opening track Bound to Others is eerily foreboding with its extra-terrestrial samples and aggressive LFO, Hype Cycle is a metallic, clanking riddim, one which throws down to darker, techier depths – otherwise known as Johnny L – See Red on crack. Pitch Fork channels a skittering, old-school vibe, with pounding drums and a climatic drop into chaos… And lastly, Surge ends on a climax. Hitting harder with every break, you’re taken into a chasm of snapping beats and cascading drum patterns. This EP is the introduction you’ve been waiting for.

Together, they present Killbox. The merging of two intimidating musical minds, prepare for a union like no other. With Ram Records acting as their platform for debuting new music, this is about to be a defining moment for drum & bass.

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Audio – Move It Along

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Alongside the delicious aggressiveness that made Audio so renowned, his ‘Beastmode’ LP cracks him open like you’ve never heard him before. Fiercely powerful, yet intricately different, each cut from his debut album on the Ram Records imprint packs a very different punch whilst hitting with the same fierceness and wealth of talent.
‘Beastmode’ reflects all his output to date. Whether it’s the old-school flavor of virus, or the steppy-unapologetic riddims he’s served up for Ram, this record won’t leave you questioning who rules supreme over the genre’s murkier waters.
Whether it’s the half-time, two stepping ‘Move it Along’ or the pulsing, snarling undertones of ‘Thud’, you’re blessed with a barrage full of fresh sonic assaults. ‘Thunder Ride’ serves as the perfect opener, a brand new record with synth-laddered foreboding intro which pushes you below the surf. Tinkling hi-hats and a distorted LFO adds shockwaves throughout the mix, submerging you even deeper. Urgent, pulsing and nastily crafted, this is Audio and his more fearsome.
On the other hand, ‘Rogue’ presents a clanking, runaway riddim that snaps its teeth with every break. Stacked between ominous build ups and jaunty samples, the second drop flairs out as angrily as the first, demonstrating Audio’s ingenious sound design.
And flipping the switch once again is ‘Sovereign’, a nod to the producer’s roots and a track that gradually builds its presence throughout. Between warbling stabs and peddled kick drum, you’re drawn by the aural nerves. Elevating beat patterns set you up for another descent into madness, through a stringently tight composition.
Featuring artists, such as drum & bass heavyweight Prolix, also take center stage. Their collaboration ‘Creatures’, alongside the revered lyricist Nuklear MC, adds a welcomed surprise. ‘Creatures’ delivers everything you’d expect and more; steroid-pumped subs, the dark overture of Nuklear and apocalyptic atmospherics.
Also featured on its weighty track listing are singles ‘Make it Happen’, ‘Overdose’, ‘Drop it Human’ and ‘Shatterdome’. They were a precursor for what was to come, which signified one of the darkest, most uncompromising productions yet on Ram Records… In all of its twenty five years of history.

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Audio – Toecutter

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Alongside the delicious aggressiveness that made Audio so renowned, his ‘Beastmode’ LP cracks him open like you’ve never heard him before. Fiercely powerful, yet intricately different, each cut from his debut album on the Ram Records imprint packs a very different punch whilst hitting with the same fierceness and wealth of talent.
‘Beastmode’ reflects all his output to date. Whether it’s the old-school flavor of virus, or the steppy-unapologetic riddims he’s served up for Ram, this record won’t leave you questioning who rules supreme over the genre’s murkier waters.
Whether it’s the half-time, two stepping ‘Move it Along’ or the pulsing, snarling undertones of ‘Thud’, you’re blessed with a barrage full of fresh sonic assaults. ‘Thunder Ride’ serves as the perfect opener, a brand new record with synth-laddered foreboding intro which pushes you below the surf. Tinkling hi-hats and a distorted LFO adds shockwaves throughout the mix, submerging you even deeper. Urgent, pulsing and nastily crafted, this is Audio and his more fearsome.
On the other hand, ‘Rogue’ presents a clanking, runaway riddim that snaps its teeth with every break. Stacked between ominous build ups and jaunty samples, the second drop flairs out as angrily as the first, demonstrating Audio’s ingenious sound design.
And flipping the switch once again is ‘Sovereign’, a nod to the producer’s roots and a track that gradually builds its presence throughout. Between warbling stabs and peddled kick drum, you’re drawn by the aural nerves. Elevating beat patterns set you up for another descent into madness, through a stringently tight composition.
Featuring artists, such as drum & bass heavyweight Prolix, also take center stage. Their collaboration ‘Creatures’, alongside the revered lyricist Nuklear MC, adds a welcomed surprise. ‘Creatures’ delivers everything you’d expect and more; steroid-pumped subs, the dark overture of Nuklear and apocalyptic atmospherics.
Also featured on its weighty track listing are singles ‘Make it Happen’, ‘Overdose’, ‘Drop it Human’ and ‘Shatterdome’. They were a precursor for what was to come, which signified one of the darkest, most uncompromising productions yet on Ram Records… In all of its twenty five years of history.

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Audio – Bricktop

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Alongside the delicious aggressiveness that made Audio so renowned, his ‘Beastmode’ LP cracks him open like you’ve never heard him before. Fiercely powerful, yet intricately different, each cut from his debut album on the Ram Records imprint packs a very different punch whilst hitting with the same fierceness and wealth of talent.
‘Beastmode’ reflects all his output to date. Whether it’s the old-school flavor of virus, or the steppy-unapologetic riddims he’s served up for Ram, this record won’t leave you questioning who rules supreme over the genre’s murkier waters.
Whether it’s the half-time, two stepping ‘Move it Along’ or the pulsing, snarling undertones of ‘Thud’, you’re blessed with a barrage full of fresh sonic assaults. ‘Thunder Ride’ serves as the perfect opener, a brand new record with synth-laddered foreboding intro which pushes you below the surf. Tinkling hi-hats and a distorted LFO adds shockwaves throughout the mix, submerging you even deeper. Urgent, pulsing and nastily crafted, this is Audio and his more fearsome.
On the other hand, ‘Rogue’ presents a clanking, runaway riddim that snaps its teeth with every break. Stacked between ominous build ups and jaunty samples, the second drop flairs out as angrily as the first, demonstrating Audio’s ingenious sound design.
And flipping the switch once again is ‘Sovereign’, a nod to the producer’s roots and a track that gradually builds its presence throughout. Between warbling stabs and peddled kick drum, you’re drawn by the aural nerves. Elevating beat patterns set you up for another descent into madness, through a stringently tight composition.
Featuring artists, such as drum & bass heavyweight Prolix, also take center stage. Their collaboration ‘Creatures’, alongside the revered lyricist Nuklear MC, adds a welcomed surprise. ‘Creatures’ delivers everything you’d expect and more; steroid-pumped subs, the dark overture of Nuklear and apocalyptic atmospherics.
Also featured on its weighty track listing are singles ‘Make it Happen’, ‘Overdose’, ‘Drop it Human’ and ‘Shatterdome’. They were a precursor for what was to come, which signified one of the darkest, most uncompromising productions yet on Ram Records… In all of its twenty five years of history.

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Audio – Ambush

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Alongside the delicious aggressiveness that made Audio so renowned, his ‘Beastmode’ LP cracks him open like you’ve never heard him before. Fiercely powerful, yet intricately different, each cut from his debut album on the Ram Records imprint packs a very different punch whilst hitting with the same fierceness and wealth of talent.
‘Beastmode’ reflects all his output to date. Whether it’s the old-school flavor of virus, or the steppy-unapologetic riddims he’s served up for Ram, this record won’t leave you questioning who rules supreme over the genre’s murkier waters.
Whether it’s the half-time, two stepping ‘Move it Along’ or the pulsing, snarling undertones of ‘Thud’, you’re blessed with a barrage full of fresh sonic assaults. ‘Thunder Ride’ serves as the perfect opener, a brand new record with synth-laddered foreboding intro which pushes you below the surf. Tinkling hi-hats and a distorted LFO adds shockwaves throughout the mix, submerging you even deeper. Urgent, pulsing and nastily crafted, this is Audio and his more fearsome.
On the other hand, ‘Rogue’ presents a clanking, runaway riddim that snaps its teeth with every break. Stacked between ominous build ups and jaunty samples, the second drop flairs out as angrily as the first, demonstrating Audio’s ingenious sound design.
And flipping the switch once again is ‘Sovereign’, a nod to the producer’s roots and a track that gradually builds its presence throughout. Between warbling stabs and peddled kick drum, you’re drawn by the aural nerves. Elevating beat patterns set you up for another descent into madness, through a stringently tight composition.
Featuring artists, such as drum & bass heavyweight Prolix, also take center stage. Their collaboration ‘Creatures’, alongside the revered lyricist Nuklear MC, adds a welcomed surprise. ‘Creatures’ delivers everything you’d expect and more; steroid-pumped subs, the dark overture of Nuklear and apocalyptic atmospherics.
Also featured on its weighty track listing are singles ‘Make it Happen’, ‘Overdose’, ‘Drop it Human’ and ‘Shatterdome’. They were a precursor for what was to come, which signified one of the darkest, most uncompromising productions yet on Ram Records… In all of its twenty five years of history.

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Altered Perception – Reaper

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This latest offering is a 4 track EP from Bristol based Altered Perception, who is no stranger to modern day label­ism, with no less than 4 imprints that he either owns or co­owns: Alchemic Breaks, Terrabyte Records, Transmission Audio & Sub:mission Audio. He has received support from some weighty institutions and DJs such as BBC Radio 1, Rinse FM, B.Traits, Doc Scott, Kenny Ken & Aphrodite to name just a few. The project is a label debut for the artist which adds to an already impressive list of labels who have picked up on the undoubted technical ability he posses.

Here’s ‘Reaper’, rolling out almost immediately before breaking down to introduce a huge sub bass and Altered Perception’s trademark bass sounds. Simplicity is one again key as the rolling bass sits perfectly alongside beat. A true murky roller this one.

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Audio – Ultron (Mefjus Remix)

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From the darkest recesses of the drum & bass world, this LP sampler from Audio signifies the last step towards his debut LP on Ram Records. Already receiving support from the scene’s heaviest, including key influencers Noisia and Beats1 mogul Zane Lowe, this next release is the predecessor for an album set to make history.

First up, ‘Overdose’ sees Audio return to his brutish, rolling bassline slashed with gritty drum loops and underpinned by quaking subs. The master of dropping ominous samples into the mix, it propels deep into a murky conundrum of sound. Steroid driven kicks bloat out the already weighty composition, sliced with distorted, elevating beat patterns and bass to create an angry, sneering and unapologetic opener. This is Audio once again pushing through like a freight train… Unstoppable.

Next up is the Mefjus rework of Audio’s signature Ram release ‘Ulton’. His production standards were already credited at this year’s Drum & Bass Arena Awards; it’s not surprise that Audio enlisted an artist who’s received recognition for spreading his signature sound across dance floors worldwide. Mefjus’ moulds the original around the unfaltering guns of his peddled drums and wavering bassline. Flicking the switch midway, you’re thrown head first into the techy soundscape the producer reigns over.

So once more we return to the cold, nefarious sounds of Audio a final time before his album is dropped on the Ram imprint. The dial is currently turned to full throttle and it’s easy to see why the anticipation has only been growing with the release of each single.

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Audio – Overdose

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From the darkest recesses of the drum & bass world, this LP sampler from Audio signifies the last step towards his debut LP on Ram Records. Already receiving support from the scene’s heaviest, including key influencers Noisia and Beats1 mogul Zane Lowe, this next release is the predecessor for an album set to make history.

First up, ‘Overdose’ sees Audio return to his brutish, rolling bassline slashed with gritty drum loops and underpinned by quaking subs. The master of dropping ominous samples into the mix, it propels deep into a murky conundrum of sound. Steroid driven kicks bloat out the already weighty composition, sliced with distorted, elevating beat patterns and bass to create an angry, sneering and unapologetic opener. This is Audio once again pushing through like a freight train… Unstoppable.

Next up is the Mefjus rework of Audio’s signature Ram release ‘Ulton’. His production standards were already credited at this year’s Drum & Bass Arena Awards; it’s not surprise that Audio enlisted an artist who’s received recognition for spreading his signature sound across dance floors worldwide. Mefjus’ moulds the original around the unfaltering guns of his peddled drums and wavering bassline. Flicking the switch midway, you’re thrown head first into the techy soundscape the producer reigns over.

So once more we return to the cold, nefarious sounds of Audio a final time before his album is dropped on the Ram imprint. The dial is currently turned to full throttle and it’s easy to see why the anticipation has only been growing with the release of each single.

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Mitekiss – Bridge (Free Download)

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Skankandbass is dedicated towards the official promotion of record labels and artists in the world of drum & bass music. Since inception in 2010, Skankandbass has unearthed some of the freshest talents in the scene and has opened many doors for unsigned artists. Now, six years in to the game, Skankandbass decides to take on the role of a record label to put together a series of free download singles which aims to further help spread the work of the best unsigned, newcomer artists who deserve more recognition.

SNB004 comes from relatively unknown, but very talented Croydon based producer, Mitekiss. Having previously released on labels such as Soul Deep, Future Follower, Sub:mission Audio, Tuna and VIBE Inc, Mitekiss has generously offered this sensational single to the free download series! I love both of these tracks and I hope you do too. Please support the artist by following on socials below to keep up to date with his latest productions.

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