Culture Shock – Take Control

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Andy C – What Bass

Andy C – What Bass – Out 28th April

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Built for the rave and forthcoming on Ram Records, Andy C’s ‘What Bass’ has been roadtested during his 13 week XOYO residency, and was given its first radio play on his Beats 1 show on Friday night. This dancefloor-ready cut is the first new music from Andy C since 2016’s ‘New Era’, and will precede a new single for Atlantic Records later this year.

With over 40 awards to date, Andy C’s career has been nothing short of a phenomenon. He’s sold-out Alexandra Palace and Brixton Academy with his own solo shows, played headline slots at the world’s greatest festivals including Creamfields, Glastonbury, EDC, and SW4, and released a string of phenomenal crossover anthems like ‘Heartbeat Loud’ and club tracks like ‘New Era’. He’s also the go-to remixer for the likes of Major Lazer, Sigala, London Grammar and beyond, and the d&b figure recently chosen to host the first drum & bass radio show on Apple Music’s Beats 1, broadcast to over 100 countries.

As the owner and figurehead for Ram Records, which celebrates 25 years in 2017, Andy’s nurtured and developed huge headline artists such as Chase & Status, Wilkinson and Sub Focus, turning it into one of the world’s most respected independent operations across recordings and now festivals like EDC Las Vegas, Creamfields, and SW4 where Ram have hosted their own arenas and stages.

Andy’s main signature motif as a DJ is that he’s guaranteed to be packing tracks that no other DJ has. Hunting, digging, searching and signing: he is constantly immersed in new music. Not only does this ensure a wholly unique experience when you see him live, but it also gives Ram Records a front row seat when it comes to spotting new artists… As the likes of Loadstar, Wilkinson, Calyx & TeeBee, Frankee, Delta Heavy, Culture Shock, DC Breaks, Hamilton, Mind Vortex, Chords and many more can happily confirm.

On 31 March, Andy will complete his 13 week residency run at XOYO. The first d&b artist chosen by the renowned London club, tickets for his entire residency sold out far in advance. The Friday night run has allowed Andy to nurture a weekly crowd on a par with his legendary sets at The End, bringing together older heads and d&b’s new converts together under one roof.

Summer 2017 festival dates include Lovebox, Let it Roll festival, Snowbombing, Lost & Found, Wild Life, Parklife, Dour Festival, Nu Forms, Boardmasters, Dreambeach, Innovation in the Sun, Tomorrowland, Reading Festival, Leeds Festival, Bestival, Middlelands and many more to be announced.

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Culture Shock – Have It All Feat. Raphaella

Culture Shock – Have It All Feat. Raphaella – OUT NOW: https://ram.lnk.to/CSHIAPandemic

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A sound which has filtered through clubs across the globe, Culture Shock’s music is yet again blazing the trail. And since the significant passing of an unmarked demo, his journey’s been watched diligently from every corner of the drum & bass community.
Standing as a marker, ‘City Lights’ represents what Culture Shock means to his fan base. After doing the club circuits and developing into one of scene’s most notorious dubs, its release was met with great anticipation. As a result, Culture Shock has become a buzzword for the genre’s trophy cabinet, coming with yet more fresh cuts to unleash onto an unsuspecting audience.
Already becoming the centrepiece in his sets worldwide, whether at Prague’s seminal Let It Roll festival or London’s biggest electronic music showcase at SW4, the wait for this next single is now over.
‘Have it all’ takes you back into a musicianship which is inherently his. Ripping through on steppy pads and a flickering bassline, prepare to be taken through on a manufacturing line of elevating synths. Flurries of enriching sonic take you deeper and deeper into the mix, one held together tightly through its vocals. Giving a hook between each figure of eight, the track’s melody is administrated in a way which is seldom seen outside of Culture Shock’s productions. It’s time to realign yourself with a producer who created his own paradigm.
‘Pandemic’ presents a flipside which pushes you into choppier waters. Low-frequency bass drives you forward, whilst the hollow 808 drum patterns delves you even further through its composition. Wavering distortion gives it a more menacing feel, whilst its metallic, tinny processing keeps you held from beginning to end. Culture Shock delivers another blow and his career is yet again driving forward. Although this time, there are no signs of stopping, with a host of new releases lined up for the coming six months…

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Culture Shock – Pandemic

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A sound which has filtered through clubs across the globe, Culture Shock’s music is yet again blazing the trail. And since the significant passing of an unmarked demo, his journey’s been watched diligently from every corner of the drum & bass community.
Standing as a marker, ‘City Lights’ represents what Culture Shock means to his fan base. After doing the club circuits and developing into one of scene’s most notorious dubs, its release was met with great anticipation. As a result, Culture Shock has become a buzzword for the genre’s trophy cabinet, coming with yet more fresh cuts to unleash onto an unsuspecting audience.
Already becoming the centrepiece in his sets worldwide, whether at Prague’s seminal Let It Roll festival or London’s biggest electronic music showcase at SW4, the wait for this next single is now over.
‘Have it all’ takes you back into a musicianship which is inherently his. Ripping through on steppy pads and a flickering bassline, prepare to be taken through on a manufacturing line of elevating synths. Flurries of enriching sonic take you deeper and deeper into the mix, one held together tightly through its vocals. Giving a hook between each figure of eight, the track’s melody is administrated in a way which is seldom seen outside of Culture Shock’s productions. It’s time to realign yourself with a producer who created his own paradigm.
‘Pandemic’ presents a flipside which pushes you into choppier waters. Low-frequency bass drives you forward, whilst the hollow 808 drum patterns delves you even further through its composition. Wavering distortion gives it a more menacing feel, whilst its metallic, tinny processing keeps you held from beginning to end. Culture Shock delivers another blow and his career is yet again driving forward. Although this time, there are no signs of stopping, with a host of new releases lined up for the coming six months…

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Posij – Not Normal

Forthcoming soon on MTA Records.

MTA Records are proud to present the explosive ‘Hunger EP’ from multi-genre producer Posij, a release which has already noted huge support from the likes of Chase & Status, Noisia, Friction, Dimension, Kasra, Delta Heavy, Ed Rush, The Upbeats, S.P.Y, Culture Shock, and many more.

One listen to Posij’s ‘Hunger EP’ will tell you that he is a producer who tends towards exploration, challenge and even obsession, spearheading a new generation of experimental bass music producers and is undoubtedly providing ground breaking sounds that will turn heads in 2016.

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Culture Shock – Rush Connection

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Culture Shock – Rush Connection
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From the ‘Transit EP’
Out 08/01/2016

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Merging a huge spectrum of creative talents, this next EP from Culture Shock dissects not only his music but also his persona as an artist. Encompassing both his self-made, mechanical artwork as well as the diverse soundscape he reigns over, it’s easy to see the depth of his creativity.

The four track EP demonstrates his classical training, one which served as the perfect backdrop for his intricate composition, driving from a range of influences… Something he’d soon become renowned for. From the legendary status of ‘City Lights’, which this year received the ‘Record of The Day’ status at Radio1, to the resounding riddims of heavy-hitters ‘Troglodyte’ and ‘Ohrwurm’, his output has not only been eclectic but steadily gaining momentum too.

Opening track ‘Back to You’ has lined the sets of dancefloor’s heaviest hitters this summer. Whether it’s on sold-out stages of the drum & bass capital at SW4, or sets across the Atlantic with support from Andy C and Sub Focus, the anticipation around its release has been invading cyberspace. Pounding subs underpin a soulfully reimagined vocal sample, which peaks between the ebb and flow of structured note arpeggios. A warped bassline beneath elevated note patterns add an extra stockiness allowing the record to detonate any club, whilst still leading you into the emotive crescendo of dancefloors worldwide.

Rolling out next is ‘Tangents’. Ethereal, humanistic elements weave between snapping hi-hits and loops of synth, gradually building to manifest something more menacing. With a melody that only goes to pedestal an outstanding ingenuity, you pound against steely distortion, one which reverberates between each segment.

‘Rush Connection’ yet again stands as a testament to Culture Shock’s honed craft, whilst being distinctive stylistically. A chiselled groove acts as a starting point, snipped up by slants of sample and served as a dynamic riddim to take you into any late night session. Then lastly, comes ‘Steam Machine’, peddled by kick drums and an incredibly chiselled bassline… Pulling together an EP whose announcement is set to ricochet across the industry. It’s an explosive finish.

Adding the fourth track to an already expansive discography, this extension of Culture Shock’s repertoire will only further push him into the spotlight. And with yet more sonic crafts already in the works, his true potential is only just being uncovered.

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Culture Shock – Tangents

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Culture Shock – Tangents

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From the ‘Transit EP’
Out 18/12/2015

Merging a huge spectrum of creative talents, this next EP from Culture Shock dissects not only his music but also his persona as an artist. Encompassing both his self-made, mechanical artwork as well as the diverse soundscape he reigns over, it’s easy to see the depth of his creativity.

The four track EP demonstrates his classical training, one which served as the perfect backdrop for his intricate composition, driving from a range of influences… Something he’d soon become renowned for. From the legendary status of ‘City Lights’, which this year received the ‘Record of The Day’ status at Radio1, to the resounding riddims of heavy-hitters ‘Troglodyte’ and ‘Ohrwurm’, his output has not only been eclectic but steadily gaining momentum too.

Opening track ‘Back to You’ has lined the sets of dancefloor’s heaviest hitters this summer. Whether it’s on sold-out stages of the drum & bass capital at SW4, or sets across the Atlantic with support from Andy C and Sub Focus, the anticipation around its release has been invading cyberspace. Pounding subs underpin a soulfully reimagined vocal sample, which peaks between the ebb and flow of structured note arpeggios. A warped bassline beneath elevated note patterns add an extra stockiness allowing the record to detonate any club, whilst still leading you into the emotive crescendo of dancefloors worldwide.

Rolling out next is ‘Tangents’. Ethereal, humanistic elements weave between snapping hi-hits and loops of synth, gradually building to manifest something more menacing. With a melody that only goes to pedestal an outstanding ingenuity, you pound against steely distortion, one which reverberates between each segment.

‘Rush Connection’ yet again stands as a testament to Culture Shock’s honed craft, whilst being distinctive stylistically. A chiselled groove acts as a starting point, snipped up by slants of sample and served as a dynamic riddim to take you into any late night session. Then lastly, comes ‘Steam Machine’, peddled by kick drums and an incredibly chiselled bassline… Pulling together an EP whose announcement is set to ricochet across the industry. It’s an explosive finish.

Adding the fourth track to an already expansive discography, this extension of Culture Shock’s repertoire will only further push him into the spotlight. And with yet more sonic crafts already in the works, his true potential is only just being uncovered.

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Culture Shock – Steam Machine

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Culture Shock – Steam Machine
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From the ‘Transit EP’
Out 08/01/2016

Merging a huge spectrum of creative talents, this next EP from Culture Shock dissects not only his music but also his persona as an artist. Encompassing both his self-made, mechanical artwork as well as the diverse soundscape he reigns over, it’s easy to see the depth of his creativity.

The four track EP demonstrates his classical training, one which served as the perfect backdrop for his intricate composition, driving from a range of influences… Something he’d soon become renowned for. From the legendary status of ‘City Lights’, which this year received the ‘Record of The Day’ status at Radio1, to the resounding riddims of heavy-hitters ‘Troglodyte’ and ‘Ohrwurm’, his output has not only been eclectic but steadily gaining momentum too.

Opening track ‘Back to You’ has lined the sets of dancefloor’s heaviest hitters this summer. Whether it’s on sold-out stages of the drum & bass capital at SW4, or sets across the Atlantic with support from Andy C and Sub Focus, the anticipation around its release has been invading cyberspace. Pounding subs underpin a soulfully reimagined vocal sample, which peaks between the ebb and flow of structured note arpeggios. A warped bassline beneath elevated note patterns add an extra stockiness allowing the record to detonate any club, whilst still leading you into the emotive crescendo of dancefloors worldwide.

Rolling out next is ‘Tangents’. Ethereal, humanistic elements weave between snapping hi-hits and loops of synth, gradually building to manifest something more menacing. With a melody that only goes to pedestal an outstanding ingenuity, you pound against steely distortion, one which reverberates between each segment.

‘Rush Connection’ yet again stands as a testament to Culture Shock’s honed craft, whilst being distinctive stylistically. A chiselled groove acts as a starting point, snipped up by slants of sample and served as a dynamic riddim to take you into any late night session. Then lastly, comes ‘Steam Machine’, peddled by kick drums and an incredibly chiselled bassline… Pulling together an EP whose announcement is set to ricochet across the industry. It’s an explosive finish.

Adding the fourth track to an already expansive discography, this extension of Culture Shock’s repertoire will only further push him into the spotlight. And with yet more sonic crafts already in the works, his true potential is only just being uncovered.

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Dexta & Bredren – 1993 (feat. Ruby White)

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After a two year hiatus ‘Hospitality’ is back, and bigger than ever! This massive fifth instalment comes fresh from winning “Best Club Night” (for the fourth year running!) at the Drum&Bass Arena awards.

This time round the album has doubled in size, with not one but two full CD length mixes. Put together by Hospital stalwart Nu:Tone, who hits the turntables fresh from his recent album success with ‘Future History’ which reached no 7 in the iTunes dance chart.

Containing 22 brand new previously unreleased tracks, Hospitality 2015 features a full spectrum of D+B artists; from High Contrast to Icicle, from Hazard and Etherwood to Noisia, all flavours of D+B are covered in these two exhilarating mixes. With some superb remixes from the likes of Break, Logistics, Culture Shock and LSB also included – no stone is left unturned.

Exclusive unreleased tracks to the album include a special VIP edition of Nu:Logic’s ‘Everlasting Days’ which both Gresham brothers have been unleashing in recent sets, as well as a cheeky re-rub of legendary Zed Bias’s jungle classic ‘Something About This’.

Other exclusives come from D&BA best newcomer producer 2014 winner Maduk, as well as Technimatic, London Elektricity, Russ Chimes, Nu:Tone and more.

To celebrate 18 years of Hospital Records throughout 2014, Hospitality brought together thousands of people, who all shared the same love for music, in a series of worldwide events. Bringing Hospitality firmly into 2015, this compilation provides a panoramic snapshot of D+B and brings you the very best of Hospitality.

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Nu:Tone – Valence

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After a two year hiatus ‘Hospitality’ is back, and bigger than ever! This massive fifth instalment comes fresh from winning “Best Club Night” (for the fourth year running!) at the Drum&Bass Arena awards.

This time round the album has doubled in size, with not one but two full CD length mixes. Put together by Hospital stalwart Nu:Tone, who hits the turntables fresh from his recent album success with ‘Future History’ which reached no 7 in the iTunes dance chart.

Containing 22 brand new previously unreleased tracks, Hospitality 2015 features a full spectrum of D+B artists; from High Contrast to Icicle, from Hazard and Etherwood to Noisia, all flavours of D+B are covered in these two exhilarating mixes. With some superb remixes from the likes of Break, Logistics, Culture Shock and LSB also included – no stone is left unturned.

Exclusive unreleased tracks to the album include a special VIP edition of Nu:Logic’s ‘Everlasting Days’ which both Gresham brothers have been unleashing in recent sets, as well as a cheeky re-rub of legendary Zed Bias’s jungle classic ‘Something About This’.

Other exclusives come from D&BA best newcomer producer 2014 winner Maduk, as well as Technimatic, London Elektricity, Russ Chimes, Nu:Tone and more.

To celebrate 18 years of Hospital Records throughout 2014, Hospitality brought together thousands of people, who all shared the same love for music, in a series of worldwide events. Bringing Hospitality firmly into 2015, this compilation provides a panoramic snapshot of D+B and brings you the very best of Hospitality.

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