Rene LaVice – Wicked It Worked

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Rene LaVice – Wicked It Worked

Out 20/05/16: https://RAM.lnk.to/RLaVicePlayWithFire

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The 2nd LP from Rene LaVice on the Ram Records imprint was one that cemented his reputation as one of the most musically distinct artists in his field. ‘Play With Fire’ presented a brand new twist in the Rene LaVice discography. Featuring a range of tracks that bridge the gap between genres, it’s been Rene’s most diverse output to date. And since the LP dropped on his extensive fan base, whilst snaring new audiences across the musical spectrum, he’s back with reworks on some of the LPs most outstanding titles.

‘Wave’ rolls out first, infusing a more domineering indie-rock breakdown against Rene’s signature snare, it steps even further out of the drum & bass paradigm. Still lead by vocal crescendos weaving between the mix, it’s still instantly recognisable.

Up next you’re presented with a brand new cut, one likely to grasp the attention of anyone who enjoys grimy beats and a brooding bassline. Snapping kick drums stand alongside quaking subs to take you deep into Rene’s darker sound bites. ‘Wicked it Works’ is yet again another fresh record sure to ignite the anticipation for this release. With jungle breaks and a ragga sample pushing through its layers, the track is a welcome add on to his LPs 2016 successor.

Lastly comes the retake on Rene’s ‘Lights Out’, drawing once again for the voice talents of David Boomah and contorted over a more old school uptake on the original. A rolling number that reverberates on impact, it still holds the same weight, but through an alternative construction of beats.

So here’s to another milestone in Rene LaVice’s career – one that will resound for years to come and further indent him in the genre’s history books.

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Rene LaVice – Wave (DnB Mix)

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
Rene LaVice – Wave (DnB Mix)

Out 20/05/16: https://RAM.lnk.to/RLaVicePlayWithFire

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The 2nd LP from Rene LaVice on the Ram Records imprint was one that cemented his reputation as one of the most musically distinct artists in his field. ‘Play With Fire’ presented a brand new twist in the Rene LaVice discography. Featuring a range of tracks that bridge the gap between genres, it’s been Rene’s most diverse output to date. And since the LP dropped on his extensive fan base, whilst snaring new audiences across the musical spectrum, he’s back with reworks on some of the LPs most outstanding titles.

‘Wave’ rolls out first, infusing a more domineering indie-rock breakdown against Rene’s signature snare, it steps even further out of the drum & bass paradigm. Still lead by vocal crescendos weaving between the mix, it’s still instantly recognisable.

Up next you’re presented with a brand new cut, one likely to grasp the attention of anyone who enjoys grimy beats and a brooding bassline. Snapping kick drums stand alongside quaking subs to take you deep into Rene’s darker sound bites. ‘Wicked it Works’ is yet again another fresh record sure to ignite the anticipation for this release. With jungle breaks and a ragga sample pushing through its layers, the track is a welcome add on to his LPs 2016 successor.

Lastly comes the retake on Rene’s ‘Lights Out’, drawing once again for the voice talents of David Boomah and contorted over a more old school uptake on the original. A rolling number that reverberates on impact, it still holds the same weight, but through an alternative construction of beats.

So here’s to another milestone in Rene LaVice’s career – one that will resound for years to come and further indent him in the genre’s history books.

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Rene LaVice – Lights Out Revamped Feat. David Boomah

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
Rene LaVice – Lights Out Revamped Feat. David Boomah

Out 20/05/16: http://po.st/PWFDeluxe

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The 2nd LP from Rene LaVice on the Ram Records imprint was one that cemented his reputation as one of the most musically distinct artists in his field. ‘Play With Fire’ presented a brand new twist in the Rene LaVice discography. Featuring a range of tracks that bridge the gap between genres, it’s been Rene’s most diverse output to date. And since the LP dropped on his extensive fan base, whilst snaring new audiences across the musical spectrum, he’s back with reworks on some of the LPs most outstanding titles.

‘Wave’ rolls out first, infusing a more domineering indie-rock breakdown against Rene’s signature snare, it steps even further out of the drum & bass paradigm. Still lead by vocal crescendos weaving between the mix, it’s still instantly recognisable.

Up next you’re presented with a brand new cut, one likely to grasp the attention of anyone who enjoys grimy beats and a brooding bassline. Snapping kick drums stand alongside quaking subs to take you deep into Rene’s darker sound bites. ‘Wicked it Works’ is yet again another fresh record sure to ignite the anticipation for this release. With jungle breaks and a ragga sample pushing through its layers, the track is a welcome add on to his LPs 2016 successor.

Lastly comes the retake on Rene’s ‘Lights Out’, drawing once again for the voice talents of David Boomah and contorted over a more old school uptake on the original. A rolling number that reverberates on impact, it still holds the same weight, but through an alternative construction of beats.

So here’s to another milestone in Rene LaVice’s career – one that will resound for years to come and further indent him in the genre’s history books.

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Rene LaVice – Public Xerox

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
Rene LaVice – Public Xerox

Out 20/05/16: http://po.st/PWFDeluxe

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The 2nd LP from Rene LaVice on the Ram Records imprint was one that cemented his reputation as one of the most musically distinct artists in his field. ‘Play With Fire’ presented a brand new twist in the Rene LaVice discography. Featuring a range of tracks that bridge the gap between genres, it’s been Rene’s most diverse output to date. And since the LP dropped on his extensive fan base, whilst snaring new audiences across the musical spectrum, he’s back with reworks on some of the LPs most outstanding titles.

‘Wave’ rolls out first, infusing a more domineering indie-rock breakdown against Rene’s signature snare, it steps even further out of the drum & bass paradigm. Still lead by vocal crescendos weaving between the mix, it’s still instantly recognisable.

Up next you’re presented with a brand new cut, one likely to grasp the attention of anyone who enjoys grimy beats and a brooding bassline. Snapping kick drums stand alongside quaking subs to take you deep into Rene’s darker sound bites. ‘Wicked it Works’ is yet again another fresh record sure to ignite the anticipation for this release. With jungle breaks and a ragga sample pushing through its layers, the track is a welcome add on to his LPs 2016 successor.

Lastly comes the retake on Rene’s ‘Lights Out’, drawing once again for the voice talents of David Boomah and contorted over a more old school uptake on the original. A rolling number that reverberates on impact, it still holds the same weight, but through an alternative construction of beats.

So here’s to another milestone in Rene LaVice’s career – one that will resound for years to come and further indent him in the genre’s history books.

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Drifta ft. Holly Hilton – Here With Me (Total Science Remix)

Released today! Buy link coming soon…

Soul Trader comes up with the goods yet again with a brand new 15-track LP from producer Drifta. After releases on Med School, Formation, Celsius and Blu Saphir, plus a remix of a Nick Brewer track on Island Records, he comes with an album packed full of collaborations and fresh tunes. The LP is headed up with a six track promo, showcasing the best of the record, and featuring collabs with BCee, David Boomah, Hannah Eve and remixes from Total Science & Concord Dawn. 

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100k Subscribers Guest Mix Series 004 – Rusty K

I know how much a lot of you like Rusty K so i got him to feature as part 004 of my new minimix series, enjoy!

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Tracklist:

Rusty K – Wasteland
Memtrix – Frontiers
Linkin Park – Lies, Greed & Misery (DirtyPhonics Remix)
Rene LaVice – Hotblooded
ID – ID
Dilemn & The Clamps – Knock It Down
Cue & Sense – Side FX (Callide remix)
Culture Shock – Steam Machine
Calyx & TeeBee feat Doctor – Where We Go
Dirtyphonics – Hoverboard
Tantrum Desire – Pump
Davip & Downlink – Eliminators
Disprove – FRQNCS
Emperor & Mefjus – Disrupted
Malux – Turbine
Mind Vortex – Underworld
Noisia & The Upbeats – Omnivore
4Flexx – Keyfold
Pythius – Coruscant
ID – ID
Audio – Napalm
Calyx & TeeBee – Cloud 9
Rene LaVice – Lights Out (feat. David Boomah)

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Rene LaVice – I Know Not

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
Rene LaVice – I Know Not

Out on 27/11/15: po.st/PWFiT

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The seminal second album from Rene LaVice shows a commitment not only to musical diversity, but also his chartered growth as an artist. One of the most creatively unique journeys that any LP has offered from the Ram Records camp, it pedestals music which has been present throughout sets from the past year. Whether that’s been on the stages of Las Vegas’ EDC, championed by revered label head Andy C, or at Download Festival, Glastonbury and during support slots for The Prodigy by Rene himself, there are stand out tracks which fans have already been made familiar with on dancefloors across the globe. And the wait for their release has been met with baited breath.

Already hitting airwaves with debut album ‘Insidious’, which received Radio1 airplay from Annie Mac, Nick Grimshaw and Mistajam, the follow up has received support from the likes of Beats1 mogul Zane Lowe and MTV. ‘The Calling’ found itself nestled on Radio1’s daytime playlists, whilst rock-inspired ‘Part of Me’ was premiered on iTunes biggest streaming platform.

From the slamming 808s of the aptly named ‘Fook it’, to the indie, vocal lead crescendos of ‘Wave’, Rene clearly smashes a prototype throughout the LP’s entirety. You’re also reintroduced to Radio1 A-list record ‘The Calling’, as well as dancefloor detonator ‘Air Force One’ and an array of other singles which have set the album’s precedent. Plenty of fresh new cuts add to the impressive track listing, with opening track ‘Lights Outs’ featuring the rasp of David Boomah and clunking reece bass, whilst album closer ‘Riot All Right’ ends on Rene’s own signature voice notes.

Merging together so many stylistic features, taken from an array of influences, this album presents a multi-levelled approach to music making, drawing not just from electronic music but also genres celebrated worldwide. ‘Play with Fire’ will stand as one of the most pivotal release in not only Rene’s discography, but also across drum & bass as a whole… A ground breaking set of records which prove the genre’s development, from the jungle breaks of the 90’s, to its adaption to the contemporary world.

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Rene LaVice – Wave

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
Rene LaVice – Wave

Out on 27/11/15: po.st/PWFiT

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The seminal second album from Rene LaVice shows a commitment not only to musical diversity, but also his chartered growth as an artist. One of the most creatively unique journeys that any LP has offered from the Ram Records camp, it pedestals music which has been present throughout sets from the past year. Whether that’s been on the stages of Las Vegas’ EDC, championed by revered label head Andy C, or at Download Festival, Glastonbury and during support slots for The Prodigy by Rene himself, there are stand out tracks which fans have already been made familiar with on dancefloors across the globe. And the wait for their release has been met with baited breath.

Already hitting airwaves with debut album ‘Insidious’, which received Radio1 airplay from Annie Mac, Nick Grimshaw and Mistajam, the follow up has received support from the likes of Beats1 mogul Zane Lowe and MTV. ‘The Calling’ found itself nestled on Radio1’s daytime playlists, whilst rock-inspired ‘Part of Me’ was premiered on iTunes biggest streaming platform.

From the slamming 808s of the aptly named ‘Fook it’, to the indie, vocal lead crescendos of ‘Wave’, Rene clearly smashes a prototype throughout the LP’s entirety. You’re also reintroduced to Radio1 A-list record ‘The Calling’, as well as dancefloor detonator ‘Air Force One’ and an array of other singles which have set the album’s precedent. Plenty of fresh new cuts add to the impressive track listing, with opening track ‘Lights Outs’ featuring the rasp of David Boomah and clunking reece bass, whilst album closer ‘Riot All Right’ ends on Rene’s own signature voice notes.

Merging together so many stylistic features, taken from an array of influences, this album presents a multi-levelled approach to music making, drawing not just from electronic music but also genres celebrated worldwide. ‘Play with Fire’ will stand as one of the most pivotal release in not only Rene’s discography, but also across drum & bass as a whole… A ground breaking set of records which prove the genre’s development, from the jungle breaks of the 90’s, to its adaption to the contemporary world.

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Rene LaVice – Foook It

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
Rene LaVice – Foook It

Out on 27/11/15: po.st/PWFiT

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The seminal second album from Rene LaVice shows a commitment not only to musical diversity, but also his chartered growth as an artist. One of the most creatively unique journeys that any LP has offered from the Ram Records camp, it pedestals music which has been present throughout sets from the past year. Whether that’s been on the stages of Las Vegas’ EDC, championed by revered label head Andy C, or at Download Festival, Glastonbury and during support slots for The Prodigy by Rene himself, there are stand out tracks which fans have already been made familiar with on dancefloors across the globe. And the wait for their release has been met with baited breath.

Already hitting airwaves with debut album ‘Insidious’, which received Radio1 airplay from Annie Mac, Nick Grimshaw and Mistajam, the follow up has received support from the likes of Beats1 mogul Zane Lowe and MTV. ‘The Calling’ found itself nestled on Radio1’s daytime playlists, whilst rock-inspired ‘Part of Me’ was premiered on iTunes biggest streaming platform.

From the slamming 808s of the aptly named ‘Fook it’, to the indie, vocal lead crescendos of ‘Wave’, Rene clearly smashes a prototype throughout the LP’s entirety. You’re also reintroduced to Radio1 A-list record ‘The Calling’, as well as dancefloor detonator ‘Air Force One’ and an array of other singles which have set the album’s precedent. Plenty of fresh new cuts add to the impressive track listing, with opening track ‘Lights Outs’ featuring the rasp of David Boomah and clunking reece bass, whilst album closer ‘Riot All Right’ ends on Rene’s own signature voice notes.

Merging together so many stylistic features, taken from an array of influences, this album presents a multi-levelled approach to music making, drawing not just from electronic music but also genres celebrated worldwide. ‘Play with Fire’ will stand as one of the most pivotal release in not only Rene’s discography, but also across drum & bass as a whole… A ground breaking set of records which prove the genre’s development, from the jungle breaks of the 90’s, to its adaption to the contemporary world.

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Rene LaVice – Riot All Right

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Rene LaVice – Riot All Right

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The seminal second album from Rene LaVice shows a commitment not only to musical diversity, but also his chartered growth as an artist. One of the most creatively unique journeys that any LP has offered from the Ram Records camp, it pedestals music which has been present throughout sets from the past year. Whether that’s been on the stages of Las Vegas’ EDC, championed by revered label head Andy C, or at Download Festival, Glastonbury and during support slots for The Prodigy by Rene himself, there are stand out tracks which fans have already been made familiar with on dancefloors across the globe. And the wait for their release has been met with baited breath.

Already hitting airwaves with debut album ‘Insidious’, which received Radio1 airplay from Annie Mac, Nick Grimshaw and Mistajam, the follow up has received support from the likes of Beats1 mogul Zane Lowe and MTV. ‘The Calling’ found itself nestled on Radio1’s daytime playlists, whilst rock-inspired ‘Part of Me’ was premiered on iTunes biggest streaming platform.

From the slamming 808s of the aptly named ‘Fook it’, to the indie, vocal lead crescendos of ‘Wave’, Rene clearly smashes a prototype throughout the LP’s entirety. You’re also reintroduced to Radio1 A-list record ‘The Calling’, as well as dancefloor detonator ‘Air Force One’ and an array of other singles which have set the album’s precedent. Plenty of fresh new cuts add to the impressive track listing, with opening track ‘Lights Outs’ featuring the rasp of David Boomah and clunking reece bass, whilst album closer ‘Riot All Right’ ends on Rene’s own signature voice notes.

Merging together so many stylistic features, taken from an array of influences, this album presents a multi-levelled approach to music making, drawing not just from electronic music but also genres celebrated worldwide. ‘Play with Fire’ will stand as one of the most pivotal release in not only Rene’s discography, but also across drum & bass as a whole… A ground breaking set of records which prove the genre’s development, from the jungle breaks of the 90’s, to its adaption to the contemporary world.

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Rene LaVice – Honk Honk Honk Honk

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Rene LaVice – Honk Honk Honk Honk

Out 27/11/15: po.st/PWFiT

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The seminal second album from Rene LaVice shows a commitment not only to musical diversity, but also his chartered growth as an artist. One of the most creatively unique journeys that any LP has offered from the Ram Records camp, it pedestals music which has been present throughout sets from the past year. Whether that’s been on the stages of Las Vegas’ EDC, championed by revered label head Andy C, or at Download Festival, Glastonbury and during support slots for The Prodigy by Rene himself, there are stand out tracks which fans have already been made familiar with on dancefloors across the globe. And the wait for their release has been met with baited breath.

Already hitting airwaves with debut album ‘Insidious’, which received Radio1 airplay from Annie Mac, Nick Grimshaw and Mistajam, the follow up has received support from the likes of Beats1 mogul Zane Lowe and MTV. ‘The Calling’ found itself nestled on Radio1’s daytime playlists, whilst rock-inspired ‘Part of Me’ was premiered on iTunes biggest streaming platform.

From the slamming 808s of the aptly named ‘Fook it’, to the indie, vocal lead crescendos of ‘Wave’, Rene clearly smashes a prototype throughout the LP’s entirety. You’re also reintroduced to Radio1 A-list record ‘The Calling’, as well as dancefloor detonator ‘Air Force One’ and an array of other singles which have set the album’s precedent. Plenty of fresh new cuts add to the impressive track listing, with opening track ‘Lights Outs’ featuring the rasp of David Boomah and clunking reece bass, whilst album closer ‘Riot All Right’ ends on Rene’s own signature voice notes.

Merging together so many stylistic features, taken from an array of influences, this album presents a multi-levelled approach to music making, drawing not just from electronic music but also genres celebrated worldwide. ‘Play with Fire’ will stand as one of the most pivotal release in not only Rene’s discography, but also across drum & bass as a whole… A ground breaking set of records which prove the genre’s development, from the jungle breaks of the 90’s, to its adaption to the contemporary world.

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Rene LaVice – Lights Out Feat. David Boomah

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Rene LaVice – Lights Out Feat. David Boomah

Out on 27/11/15: po.st/PWFiT

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The seminal second album from Rene LaVice shows a commitment not only to musical diversity, but also his chartered growth as an artist. One of the most creatively unique journeys that any LP has offered from the Ram Records camp, it pedestals music which has been present throughout sets from the past year. Whether that’s been on the stages of Las Vegas’ EDC, championed by revered label head Andy C, or at Download Festival, Glastonbury and during support slots for The Prodigy by Rene himself, there are stand out tracks which fans have already been made familiar with on dancefloors across the globe. And the wait for their release has been met with baited breath.

Already hitting airwaves with debut album ‘Insidious’, which received Radio1 airplay from Annie Mac, Nick Grimshaw and Mistajam, the follow up has received support from the likes of Beats1 mogul Zane Lowe and MTV. ‘The Calling’ found itself nestled on Radio1’s daytime playlists, whilst rock-inspired ‘Part of Me’ was premiered on iTunes biggest streaming platform.

From the slamming 808s of the aptly named ‘Fook it’, to the indie, vocal lead crescendos of ‘Wave’, Rene clearly smashes a prototype throughout the LP’s entirety. You’re also reintroduced to Radio1 A-list record ‘The Calling’, as well as dancefloor detonator ‘Air Force One’ and an array of other singles which have set the album’s precedent. Plenty of fresh new cuts add to the impressive track listing, with opening track ‘Lights Outs’ featuring the rasp of David Boomah and clunking reece bass, whilst album closer ‘Riot All Right’ ends on Rene’s own signature voice notes.

Merging together so many stylistic features, taken from an array of influences, this album presents a multi-levelled approach to music making, drawing not just from electronic music but also genres celebrated worldwide. ‘Play with Fire’ will stand as one of the most pivotal release in not only Rene’s discography, but also across drum & bass as a whole… A ground breaking set of records which prove the genre’s development, from the jungle breaks of the 90’s, to its adaption to the contemporary world.

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UKF Summer Drum & Bass, Vol. 2 (Album Megamix)

UKF Summer Drum & Bass, Vol. 2 is out now, grab it from the links below:
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Album Tracklist:
1) DJ Fresh & Adam F – Believer (Adam F & DJ Fresh BBK Edit)
2) Dimension – Love To Me
3) Tantrum Desire feat. Solah – Oblivion
4) Xilent feat. Diamond Eyes – Animation
5) Dr Meaker feat. Cappo D & Sharlene Hector – Freaks
6) Maduk – How Could You
7) Friction Vs Technimatic – Floating Frames
8) Sigma feat. Labrinth – Higher (Sigma VIP Remix)
9) Hybrid Minds feat. Riya – So Far
10) Keeno & Whiney – Dignity Found
11) Seba feat. Little Jinder – Too Much Too Soon (Blu Mar Ten Remix)
12) Amy Steele – The Wolves (Lenzman Remix)
13) Ephemerals – Life Is Good (Technimatic Remix)
14) Nu:Tone – Til Dawn
15) BCee feat. David Boomah – Typical Description (Calibre Remix)
16) DRS feat. LSB & Tyler Daley – The View
17) Ivy Lab – Gomeisa
18) Alix Perez feat. Peven Everett & SpectraSoul – Forsaken (Calibre Remix)
19) Etherwood – Amen Roadtrip
20) Friction Vs Dimension – Kinetic

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UKF Drum & Bass 2014 (Album Megamix)

UKF Drum & Bass 2014 – OUT NOW!
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1. Stay With Me (Shy FX Remix) – Sam Smith
2. Where Do We Go from Here? (One Love) (Calibre Remix) – David Boomah
3. All Night (Etherwood Remix) – Camo and Krooked
4. Don’t Let Me Go (Feat. Amy Pearson) – The Prototypes
5. Want My Love (Feat. Elisabeth Troy) (Club Mix) – Metrik
6. The World Is Yours – Delta Heavy
7. Wanted (Chords Remix) – 4am
8. Forest Fires (Feat. Etherwood) – Fred V & Grafix
9. Night Vision – Technimatic
10. Right Back (Feat. Sian Evans) – Dr. Meaker
11. Positive (Feat. Elbie) – T-Phonic
12. Gold – Ownglow
13. Refusal (Feat. Steo) (Alix Perez Remix) – Zero T
14. Waiting On (Feat. Riya) – Tokyo Prose
15. Off Centre – Joe Ford
16. Knowing (Break Remix) – My Nu Leng
17. Nightmare – Tantrum Desire
18. Asteroids – Noisia & Prolix
19. Rituals – The Upbeats
20. Make Those Move (Teddy Killerz Remix) – I Am Legion
21. Reality – Xilent

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BCee – Typical Description (Ft. David Boomah) (Calibre Remix)

Spearhead Records boss Bcee brings in the flawless remixing talents of Calibre to put his twist on ‘Typical Description’ released 8th December.
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David Boomah – Where Do We Go From Here? (One Love) (Calibre Remix)

Calibre’s remix of David Boomah – Where Do We Go From here. From the forthcoming ‘One World Many Remixes’ album from David Boomah and friends.
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