Danny Byrd – Blaze The Fire (Rah!) (feat General Levy) (Stray Remix)

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Having smashed into the top 40 with the massive “Ill Behaviour”, and with the “Rave Digger” album launching him to the top table of UK dance music in 2010, Danny Byrd returned with none other than the legendary jungle MC General Levy.

With this digital exclusive from Stray amplifying the jungle vibes with rattling breaks, punchy kicks and oodles of oldskool flavour. This one’s all about the drums. Enjoy!

Danny Byrd – Ill Behaviour VIP (feat. I-Kay)

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Ill Behaviour (feat. I-Kay) is taken from ‘Golden Ticket’ Special Edition- out on 24th June on Hospital Records. Featuring a high calibre supporting cast of featured artists and a broad sound palette, ‘Golden Ticket’ takes in a broad spectrum of UK garage, house, hip-hop all underpinned by a 174bpm breakbeat backbone. Across the 16-track album there is production assistance from such scene stalwarts as Jaguar Skills and The Brookes Brothers, as well as vocal talent from such stars as Tanya Lacey, Mz Bratt, Serocee and Rhymestar.

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Danny Byrd feat General Levy – Blaze The Fire (Rah!) – Official Video

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Danny Byrd feat General Levy – Blaze The Fire (Rah!)

Having smashed into the top 40 with the massive “Ill Behaviour”, and with the “Rave Digger album” launching him to the top table of UK dance music in 2010, Danny Byrd is back with none other than legendary jungle MC General Levy. Support from Radio One’s dance elite Annie Mac, Zane Lowe and Mistajam plus three playlisted singles has made Danny Byrd a household name in the UK. His partner in crime here, General Levy found international fame from his iconic lyrics to M Beat’s era-defining classic “Incredible” in the early 90s and now brings his unique sound to Danny Byrd’s “Blaze The Fire (Rah!)”.

“Blaze The Fire (Rah!)” propels Danny Byrd back into the limelight as the first new music to come from his eagerly awaited new album – scheduled for release early in 2013.

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Danny Byrd – Blaze The Fire (Rah!) (feat. General Levy) [Sub Zero Remix]

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Danny Byrd feat General Levy – Blaze The Fire (Rah!) [Sub Zero Remix]

Having smashed into the top 40 with the massive “Ill Behaviour”, and with the “Rave Digger album” launching him to the top table of UK dance music in 2010, Danny Byrd is back with none other than legendary jungle MC General Levy. Support from Radio One’s dance elite Annie Mac, Zane Lowe and Mistajam plus three playlisted singles has made Danny Byrd a household name in the UK. His partner in crime here, General Levy found international fame from his iconic lyrics to M Beat’s era-defining classic “Incredible” in the early 90s and now brings his unique sound to Danny Byrd’s “Blaze The Fire (Rah!)”.

Kicking off with a turbo-charged intro, “Blaze The Fire (Rah!)” fuses dancehall sensibility with Danny Byrd’s trademark high energy sound – all punctuated by the General’s inimitable vocal ticks and blazing energy. Leading light of the Playaz camp Sub Zero provides a stepping 2012 jump up re-interpretation, complete with shuddering subs and grinding synths. Keeping the original junglist vibe in check Sub Zero condenses the format down for the jump up contingent. A digital exclusive from Stray completes the EP, amplifying the jungle vibes with rattling breaks, punchy kicks and oodles of old skool flavour. This one’s all about the drums. Enjoy!

“Blaze The Fire (Rah!)” propels Danny Byrd back into the limelight as the first new music to come from his eagerly awaited new album – scheduled for release early in 2013.

Like Danny Byrd – http://www.facebook.com/dannybyrddnb
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Danny Byrd – Blaze The Fire (Rah!)(feat General Levy)[Stray remix]

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Danny Byrd feat General Levy – Blaze The Fire (Rah!) [Stray Remix]

Having smashed into the top 40 with the massive “Ill Behaviour”, and with the “Rave Digger album” launching him to the top table of UK dance music in 2010, Danny Byrd is back with none other than legendary jungle MC General Levy. Support from Radio One’s dance elite Annie Mac, Zane Lowe and Mistajam plus three playlisted singles has made Danny Byrd a household name in the UK. His partner in crime here, General Levy found international fame from his iconic lyrics to M Beat’s era-defining classic “Incredible” in the early 90s and now brings his unique sound to Danny Byrd’s “Blaze The Fire (Rah!)”.

Kicking off with a turbo-charged intro, “Blaze The Fire (Rah!)” fuses dancehall sensibility with Danny Byrd’s trademark high energy sound – all punctuated by the General’s inimitable vocal ticks and blazing energy. Leading light of the Playaz camp Sub Zero provides a stepping 2012 jump up re-interpretation, complete with shuddering subs and grinding synths. Keeping the original junglist vibe in check Sub Zero condenses the format down for the jump up contingent. A digital exclusive from Stray completes the EP, amplifying the jungle vibes with rattling breaks, punchy kicks and oodles of old skool flavour. This one’s all about the drums. Enjoy!

“Blaze The Fire (Rah!)” propels Danny Byrd back into the limelight as the first new music to come from his eagerly awaited new album – scheduled for release early in 2013.

Like Danny Byrd – http://www.facebook.com/dannybyrddnb
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Danny Byrd (feat. General Levy) – Blaze The Fire (Rah!)

Hospital Shop – https://www.hospitalrecords.com/shop/release/danny-byrd/nhs218-blaze-the-fire-rahfeat-general-levy
iTunes – http://bit.ly/Blazethefire?uo=4&at=11l9mP

Danny Byrd feat General Levy – Blaze The Fire (Rah!)

Having smashed into the top 40 with the massive “Ill Behaviour”, and with the “Rave Digger album” launching him to the top table of UK dance music in 2010, Danny Byrd is back with none other than legendary jungle MC General Levy. Support from Radio One’s dance elite Annie Mac, Zane Lowe and Mistajam plus three playlisted singles has made Danny Byrd a household name in the UK. His partner in crime here, General Levy found international fame from his iconic lyrics to M Beat’s era-defining classic “Incredible” in the early 90s and now brings his unique sound to Danny Byrd’s “Blaze The Fire (Rah!)”.

Kicking off with a turbo-charged intro, “Blaze The Fire (Rah!)” fuses dancehall sensibility with Danny Byrd’s trademark high energy sound – all punctuated by the General’s inimitable vocal ticks and blazing energy. Leading light of the Playaz camp Sub Zero provides a stepping 2012 jump up re-interpretation, complete with shuddering subs and grinding synths. Keeping the original junglist vibe in check Sub Zero condenses the format down for the jump up contingent. A digital exclusive from Stray completes the EP, amplifying the jungle vibes with rattling breaks, punchy kicks and oodles of old skool flavour. This one’s all about the drums. Enjoy!

“Blaze The Fire (Rah!)” propels Danny Byrd back into the limelight as the first new music to come from his eagerly awaited new album – scheduled for release early in 2013.

Like Danny Byrd – http://www.facebook.com/dannybyrddnb
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Danny Byrd – Discovery

Hospital Shop – https://www.hospitalrecords.com/shop/release/danny-byrd/nhs176-rave-digger
iTunes (Special Edition) – https://itunes.apple.com/nl/album/rave-digger-special-edition/id417097888?uo=4&at=11l9mP

Danny Byrd is back once again with yet more ill behaviour! Not content with three Radio One playlisted singles and a Top 40 hit in the past few months alone, the Byrd-meister is back with a ‘Rave Digger — Special Edition’ featuring extra bonus material and remixes of ‘Rave Digger’ classics from UKG legend MJ Cole, D+B duo Sigma and party starters Cutline.

For those who have not heard the original, “Rave Digger” is a non-stop helter-skelter ride of hands- in-the-air pianos, breakneck breakbeats and searing mentasm synths. Featuring the vocal dexterity of I-Kay, on a classic 90s hook, “Ill Behaviour” gets you right from the word go. “Judgement Day” sees I-Kay in a more forceful mood – picking up where 09 playlist contender “Red Mist” left off, before D+B’s newest superstar Netsky joins Danny on “Tonight”, for some spine-tingling synth-fuelled mayhem.

“Hot Fuzz” comes like an entire weekend rolled into one tune before things ease down to 140bpm for “We Can Have It All”; a timeless slice of euphoric breakbeat soul. There are more laid back moments, from the beautiful “Failsafe” featuring London Elektricity, to Zarif’s soul tinged vocals on “Wait for Me” and the classic jungle homage “Amen Alley”, all interspersed with more rave madness than you can shake a glowstick at.

With exciting new content added to the bundle, including the critically acclaimed Sigma remix of ‘We Can Have It All’ which has been tearing apart dancefloors in the last few months, MJ Cole’s super cool 134 bpm re-work of ‘Tonight’ plus Cutline’s party starting drumstep version, it’s a must have purchase for fans of Danny Byrd new and old.

Debuted exclusively by Radio One’s Annie Mac and jumped on early by Mistajam and Zane Lowe, this is drum + bass with maximum crossover appeal. From diehard D+B fans who have been there since the good old days, to a whole new generation of ravers lining the dancefloors at Hospitality and beyond, this is music without boundaries. Now appearing with a six extra tracks, the ‘Special Edition’ brings ‘Rave Digger’ bang up to date for 2011 and gives you more Byrd for your buck!

Danny Byrd – We Can Have It All – OFFICIAL VIDEO

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Sigma Remix – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXHx9kREem8
Koan Sound Remix – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGFtshvgtMw

The follow up to the humungous “Ill Behaviour” single, “We Can Have It All” eases the tempo down to 140bpm for some blissed out, euphoric rave music – 2010 style. Written on a plane as Danny travelled to a weekend gigging in Europe, the tune could have been called “Mile High Club”, but after the incredible vocal from Tori Beaumont was added, “We Can Have It All” became self fulfilling prophecy.

Breakbeat Kaos’ hottest property Sigma have been drafted in on remix duty. Cam and Joe have delivered a storming re-rub cranking the 140bpm original up to current D+B tempo with aplomb. This remix was debuted in Danny Byrd’s Radio One essential mix, and has quickly found favour with Fabio, DJ Friction and other big dogs in the D+B scene.

18 year old prodigies Koan Sound deliver their bristolian dubstep remix, adding 2010 grit to the 90s sound but keeping the tempo locked at 140bpm. Koan Sound are ones to watch — with tunes appearing in Pendulum’s Radio one Essential Mix, and a host of hot dubstep imprints clamouring to release their music.

Also in the package Brummy breakbeat badboy Barbarix’s remix of “Ill Behaviour” which winds down the tempo of the original and twists up the West Country bassline with an articulate low end wobble. The instrumental of “We Can Have It All” is included and will no doubt be popular with DJs and mash-up freaks.

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Danny Byrd – Rave Digger Minimix

Download this minimix – http://www.byrdfeed.co.uk/2010/10/minimixtweet/

Danny Byrd is back once again! Having smashed up dancefloors and radio playlists with his huge rave rework of Liquid’s “Sweet Harmony” earlier this year he returns with one of the biggest and most hotly anticipated dance albums of the year. “Rave Digger” is a non-stop helter-skelter ride of hands- in-the-air pianos, breakneck breakbeats and searing mentasm synths. Featuring the vocal dexterity of I-Kay, on a classic 90s hook, “Ill Behaviour” gets you right from the word go; and is a fitting statement of intent for a project which looks set to put a rocket up the backside of UK dance music.

“Judgement Day” sees I-Kay in a more forceful mood – picking up where last years playlist contender Red Mist left off, before D+B’s newest superstar Netsky joins Danny on “Tonight”, for some spine-tingling synth-fuelled mayhem. Hot Fuzz comes like an entire weekend rolled into one tune before things ease down to 140bpm for “We Can Have It All”; a timeless slice of euphoric breakbeat soul. There are more laid back moments, from the beautiful “Failsafe” featuring London Elektricity, to Zarif’s soul tinged vocals on “Wait for Me” and the classic jungle homage “Amen Alley”, all interspersed with more rave madness than you can shake a glowstick at.

Debuted exclusively by Radio One’s Annie Mac and jumped on early by Mistajam and Zane Lowe, this is drum + bass with maximum crossover appeal. From diehard D+B fans who have been there since the good old days, to a whole new generation of ravers lining the dancefloors at Hospitality and beyond, this is music without boundaries.

We Can Have It All KOAN SOUND REMIX

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iTunes – http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/we-can-have-it-all-ep/id393336896?uo=4&at=11l9mP

Sigma Remix – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXHx9kREem8
Original – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGFtshvgtMw

The follow up to the humungous “Ill Behaviour” single, “We Can Have It All” eases the tempo down to 140bpm for some blissed out, euphoric rave music – 2010 style. Written on a plane as Danny travelled to a weekend gigging in Europe, the tune could have been called “Mile High Club”, but after the incredible vocal from Tori Beaumont was added, “We Can Have It All” became self fulfilling prophecy.

Breakbeat Kaos’ hottest property Sigma have been drafted in on remix duty. Cam and Joe have delivered a storming re-rub cranking the 140bpm original up to current D+B tempo with aplomb. This remix was debuted in Danny Byrd’s Radio One essential mix, and has quickly found favour with Fabio, DJ Friction and other big dogs in the D+B scene.

18 year old prodigies Koan Sound deliver their bristolian dubstep remix, adding 2010 grit to the 90s sound but keeping the tempo locked at 140bpm. Koan Sound are ones to watch — with tunes appearing in Pendulum’s Radio one Essential Mix, and a host of hot dubstep imprints clamouring to release their music.

Also in the package Brummy breakbeat badboy Barbarix’s remix of “Ill Behaviour” which winds down the tempo of the original and twists up the West Country bassline with an articulate low end wobble. The instrumental of “We Can Have It All” is included and will no doubt be popular with DJs and mash-up freaks.

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Danny Byrd Rave Digger – Track By Track

Buy Rave Digger Now – http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/rave-digger/id391120103
Danny Byrd goes through his Rave Digger album track by track, letting you in on some of the thought processes behind the music.

Danny Byrd is back once again! Having smashed up dancefloors and radio playlists with his huge rave rework of Liquid’s “Sweet Harmony” earlier this year he returns with one of the biggest and most hotly anticipated dance albums of the year. “Rave Digger” is a non-stop helter-skelter ride of hands- in-the-air pianos, breakneck breakbeats and searing mentasm synths. Featuring the vocal dexterity of I-Kay, on a classic 90s hook, “Ill Behaviour” gets you right from the word go; and is a fitting statement of intent for a project which looks set to put a rocket up the backside of UK dance music.

“Judgement Day” sees I-Kay in a more forceful mood – picking up where last years playlist contender Red Mist left off, before D+B’s newest superstar Netsky joins Danny on “Tonight”, for some spine-tingling synth-fuelled mayhem.

Hot Fuzz comes like an entire weekend rolled into one tune before things ease down to 140bpm for “We Can Have It All”; a timeless slice of euphoric breakbeat soul. There are more laid back moments, from the beautiful “Failsafe” featuring London Elektricity, to Zarif’s soul tinged vocals on “Wait for Me” and the classic jungle homage “Amen Alley”, all interspersed with more rave madness than you can shake a glowstick at.

Debuted exclusively by Radio One’s Annie Mac and jumped on early by Mistajam and Zane Lowe, this is drum + bass with maximum crossover appeal. From diehard D+B fans who have been there since the good old days, to a whole new generation of ravers lining the dancefloors at Hospitality and beyond, this is music without boundaries.

Tracklisting:-
1 Ill Behaviour (featuring I-Kay)
2 Judgement Day (featuring Cyantific & I-Kay)
3 Tonight (featuring Netsky)
4 Rave TV1
5 Hot Fuzz (featuring Tomahawk)
6 We Can Have It All
7 Failsafe (featuring London Elektricity)
8 Sweet Harmony (featuring Liquid)
9 Rave TV2
10 Planet Earth
11 Quantum Leap (featuring Terri Pace)
12 Wait For Me (featuring Zarif)
13 Amen Alley
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Danny Byrd – We Can Have It All – Sigma Remix

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Itunes – http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/we-can-have-it-all-ep/id393336896?app=itunes

Koan Sound Remix – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGFtshvgtMw
Original – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGFtshvgtMw

The follow up to the humungous “Ill Behaviour” single, “We Can Have It All” eases the tempo down to 140bpm for some blissed out, euphoric rave music – 2010 style. Written on a plane as Danny travelled to a weekend gigging in Europe, the tune could have been called “Mile High Club”, but after the incredible vocal from Tori Beaumont was added, “We Can Have It All” became self fulfilling prophecy.

Breakbeat Kaos’ hottest property Sigma have been drafted in on remix duty. Cam and Joe have delivered a storming re-rub cranking the 140bpm original up to current D+B tempo with aplomb. This remix was debuted in Danny Byrd’s Radio One essential mix, and has quickly found favour with Fabio, DJ Friction and other big dogs in the D+B scene.

18 year old prodigies Koan Sound deliver their bristolian dubstep remix, adding 2010 grit to the 90s sound but keeping the tempo locked at 140bpm. Koan Sound are ones to watch — with tunes appearing in Pendulum’s Radio one Essential Mix, and a host of hot dubstep imprints clamouring to release their music.

Also in the package Brummy breakbeat badboy Barbarix’s remix of “Ill Behaviour” which winds down the tempo of the original and twists up the West Country bassline with an articulate low end wobble. The instrumental of “We Can Have It All” is included and will no doubt be popular with DJs and mash-up freaks.

http://www.byrdfeed.co.uk/

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Danny Byrd – Moonwalker

The flip side to Danny Byrd’s new single ‘Ill Behaviour’ – available to buy now on promo! http://shop.hospitalrecords.com/product/nhs175/

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