Salaryman – Waiting For You (Program: ENCRYPTED)

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Program presents: ENCRYPTED 1.0 LP

Hibernating against an already impressively tight discography, Program has been biding its time in unleashing this next release.
With some of the genre’s most technically adept artists, the track-listing alone is enough to grab your attention. There is a high calibre of production standard present throughout the LP, audible from start to finish.
Whether you become submerged by Freek’s rolling ‘Enamoured’, accompanied by the pristine vocals of Pia Thaleia, or captured by the apocalyptic sounds of Slang Banger’s ‘Slaughter House’, every taste is catered for. Program sets aside its older sister label Ram and creates a breathing space, allowing it to grow. The label is a heavyweight in its own right; this album is only reaffirms that fact.
And such a range of versatility comes with names both old and new. L 33 returns to the imprint, with clashing bass conundrum ‘Manipulate’. Gerra & Stone also make an anticipated reappearance; their contribution ‘Po’rdosol’ is a steppy riddim constructed through a medley of beats and sliced up sample.
But relative newcomer Elliott Mac uses the LP as a pedestal for another stellar production. The budding artist flexes his capabilities across the soundscape of ‘Filter City’, delicately composed yet highly intricate. It’s demonstrative of Program’s dedication to emerging artists, sifting through cyberspace to showcase some of the best acts the underground has to offer.
So now it’s time to prepare your subs and plug in your speakers – Program have made a welcome return, further solidifying their position as leading tastemakers with a quality ensured guarantee. It’s once again, time to get with the Program!

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Salaryman – Nocturnal Stories

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The waiting is finally over… We’re about to unleash your soundtrack for the next Music week in Miami and it’s packed full of exclusives. With no less than 28 brand new cuts accompanying you onto one of the world’s hottests beaches, prepare for the smooth riding riddims of Ram Records to envelop the US and beyond.

From label stalwarts Delta Heavy, to new signees Teddy Killerz and championed guests Gerra & Stone, there’s a musical taste to suit every palette. Whether it’s from a renowned roster artist or a relative newcomer, this compilation bursting with heaps of exclusives is the only way to launch you headfirst into the innovation drum & bass is renowned for.

Carefully finessing this album, the Ram imprint is about to drum & bass for a transatlantic journey. It’s a showcase of what the genre can offer… electric vibes which pulses through its veins and cherished memories of a tempo which pulls you into the morning’s early hours.

But with the Miami conference pedestalling every major genre which has made electronic music so popular, there would be a void if Ram didn’t step up. And as one of the most withstanding labels from the last two decades, they’ve delivered with immense style. You’re provided with a host of smooth basslines and hotly tantalising vocals to take you from pool-party to clubs at some of the most renowned districts.

Audio is first to deliver, crashing in at full speed and leaving no survivors with the tear out anthem which is ‘Combust’. Then taking you into a web of technicality and meticulous composition is Calyx & Teebee’s ‘Wipe Out’. There are also a huge selection of Vips to firmly solidify why it’s important to revisit tunes which are still to this day so highly sought after; leading the way is Loadstar’s ‘Under Pressure’ Vip, which set a stunning precedent in 2014.

So, now it’s time take the legacy of Hornchurch to Miami and lay down the same roots which are still prevalent throughout the UK today. And adding that to Miami’s reputation, it’s a match which is set to make history.

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Salaryman – My Future

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RAMiami 2014
1: Andy C – Workout
2: Sub Focus — Flamenco
3: Wilkinson — Every Time
4: Rene LaVice — The Way You Love Me
5: Dynamite MC & Origin Unknown — Hotness (Roni Size Remix)
6: Delta Heavy — Take The Stairs
7: Loadstar BLVD 8: Culture Shock — Ohrwurm 9: DC Breaks — Pickett Line VIP
10: Salaryman — My Future
11: Calyx & TeeBee — We Become One (Ft Foreign Beggars & Craze)
12: Hamilton — Echoes
13: Mob Tactics — Joe Mangle
14: Noisia — Façade VIP
15: Loadstar — Need You (Frankee Remix)
16: Moving Fusion — Chilli Pepper
17: Bluescreens — Strike One (Part 2)

Miami Music Week: THE most important gathering in dance music since time began. An essential sun-kissed calendar date for artists, industry influencers and enthusiasts alike… Whatever your genre persuasion, if you’re serious about the dance then Miami welcomes with you open arms. David Beckham’s not the only Brit taking over Miami this winter!

Ram Records have represented at this annual meeting of musical minds since day one. Cutting through dance music’s ever-changing fads and flavours with their demonstrative D&B message, they have achieved a rock-solid standing as the most important drum & bass event there. With over a thousand parties happening throughout the event — from VIP pool parties to the epic multi-arena beast Ultra — Ram have worked hard to create this sterling reputation.

This year will be no exception: the label have secured another session at Mekka. One of Downtown Miami’s most desired venues, it will be home to RAMiami with a line-up that reads like a who’s who in D&B: Andy C, Ed Rush & Optical, Wilkinson, Loadstar, Rene LaVice and Delta Heavy.

To celebrate, they’ve curated ‘RAMiami 2014’. Just like their Mekka mission, it’s an all-star cast that represents the broadest scope and most vibrant colour of drum & bass. It’s yet another reminder of how extensive and timeless Ram’s repertoire truly is.

Showcasing drum & bass’s unique melting pot with depth and clarity, every possible style can be enjoyed on ‘RAMiami 2014’: The spine-melting euphoria of Loadstar’s ‘BLVD’. The dreamy melodic textures of Culture Shock’s ‘Ohrwurm’. The grizzle-bass badness of Noisia’s ‘Façade VIP’. The ludicrous rudeness of Roni Size’s ‘Hotness’ remix. The organic instrumentation of Sub Focus’s ‘Flamenco’. The savage steel drum of Moving Fusion’s ‘Chilli Pepper’… The list goes on.

No Ram album is complete without exclusives, too. And amongst this explorative 16 track tale you’ll find three next-level specials that are unavailable anywhere else. Recent Drum&BassArena Artist Of The Week Salaryman dusts his jazz piano and slinky double bass off for ‘My Future’. Mob Tactics, meanwhile, deliver the dark and devious ‘Joe Mangle’. Boasting multi-faceted bass textures and a switch-flipping dynamic on the drop, it’s one of the duo’s best tunes to date. The third exclusive comes from Bluescreens. Last spotted on Ram’s ‘RAMsterdam 2013’ album, here we find them developing their full-throttle audio adventure ‘Strike One’ with a spectacular second part. Flexing a muscular bassline and raw, pummelling drums, it’s a fittingly dramatic finale to yet another exciting, extensive Ram collection.

Miami wouldn’t be the same without Ram’s heavyweight presence. Both their Mekka line-up and this collection of exclusives and timeless classics show exactly why.

Chase & Status Loadstar, Mind Vortex, Optical, Zeds Dead, El Hornet, Specrtrasoul, S.P.Y Calvertron, Chords, Shock One, Crissy Criss, Drumsound, EastColors, Rene LAvice, Futurebound, High Contrast, Nu Tone, Doc Scott, TC, Dillinja, Sub Focus, Ed Rush, Taxman

love it – Chase & Status
Dope!! – Zeds Dead
Class A ! – elhornet
Massive, Vibes from Bluescreens! – Chords
gnarrrrly – Shock One
My future is such a tune, love it – S.P.Y
Lovely Calibresque tune by Salaryman, will play for sure – High Contrast

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