Hospital Podcast 414 with London Elektricity

It’s Podcast 414! In this episode London Elektricity focuses on Unglued’s new ‘Zen’ EP. Playing the silky smooth sounds of ‘Zen’, the bouncy funk of ‘Mic Strangler’, the sharp-edged grizzle of ‘Algorithm’, and the tearout heat from ‘Datafile’. Also featuring new tracks by Annix, Lenzman and more!

Track list:
 
Liane Carroll – The Trap 
Unglued – Mic Strangler (feat. MC GQ)
Bensley – Secrets feat. Sarah Carmosino (Flight Remix)
Jimmy – Missing
Unglued – Datafile
Electric Hive – Misery
Annix – Behind Time
Unglued – Zen (feat. Cimone)
London Elektricity – Wishing Well
Aperiod – Devotion (feat. Jorgie)
Lenzman – In My Mind – (feat. IAMDDB) (Break remix)
Sonic – All I Wanna Do
Unglued & GLXY – Algorithm 
Muffler – Slave Labour

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Aperio – ‘Grey To Blue’ feat. Jorgie (Monument Banks Remix)

Various Artists
ProgRAM 100: Remixes
PRGRAM100DR
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Program’s seminal 100th release has finally dropped and so far, it’s delivered two bodies of work; an array of 54 exclusives through its most recent package as well as a sampler which acted as its prelude. For the next segment, the sister-label of Ram Records is unleashing yet more new music. With it comes a host of reworks, taking classic Program tracks from the imprint’s catalogue and having roster guests add their spin to each selection, following in the wake of their colossal Skantia ‘Bassline Secret’ reboot.
Whilst fellow Russian artist Nais takes on the sounds of Teddy Killerz and Coppa through ‘Jackyl & Hyde’, Legion & Logam’s ‘Afterthought’ is given the deluxe treatment by Gerra & Stone. What follows is Legion & Logam stepping up to give their own version of Gerra & Stone’s ‘L.I.E.S’, Kung’s expert reimagining of Kelle’s ‘Repirator’, Levela taking Wickaman & RV’s ‘Sound Clash’ through his own lens, Subview adding his take on ‘The Truth’ from Stealth with Fats on vocals and Monument Banks making a welcome addition alongside Aperio’s ‘Grey To Blue’. Then to finalise the track list, Zero Zero’s rework of MD ‘Fiction’ and the Sound in Noise mould of Frankee’s ‘Firehorn’ leaves a delicious taste.

Overall, it’s yet another celebration of what the platform has spent nearly a decade creating. So once again… It’s time to get with the Program. One which remains as groundbreaking as ever, 100 releases on.
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Aperio – Grey To Blue (Video) feat Jorgie

Aperio – Grey To Blue – OUT NOW

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Shot & edited by Red Forest Media: Redforestmedia.com

The ascent of Aperio has been streamlined by the type of music he’s delivered to the sister-label of Ram Records, Program. A hotly tipped newcomer, the producer was picked up by one of the most successful underground imprints after his name began building momentum within the world of drum & bass. His double-sided single forthcoming on Program alongside featuring artists Monrroe and Jorgie will act as another stepping stone for both his career the integral moments of his blossoming career. And having moved from strength to strength, with one meticulously fashioned record after the other, Aperio has made himself known throughout the 174bpm circuit – and for good reason.

First from the producer comes ‘Affections’ alongside likeminded producer Monroe. Together they lay the foundations of a liquid roller which begins to build gradually on careful strung melodies and pitching synth patterns. The track cascades following a keyed drop, before each meandering break takes you through its motions. ‘Affections’ demonstrates the full depth of both artist’s strict engineering, whilst also proving that they’re able to hold their own against the other formidable parts of Program’s back catalogue.

On the flipside, Jorgie offers up her harmonic vocals for ‘Grey to Blue’ alongside Aperio’s scuttling percussion and flowing piano notes. ‘Grey to Blue’ carries through the same vibe as its forerunner but brings the main focus onto its more humanistic elements. Orchestrating visions of summer nights and falling sunsets, Aperio opens up a musical landscape which encompasses you from the track’s start to finish. It presents another end of Program’s discography – the type with a softer palette and one Aperio manages to manipulate effortlessly.

So once again, it’s time to get with the Program – continuing to take you across drum & basses furthest corners.

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Aperio – Grey to Blue feat. Jorgie (video)

Aperio – Grey To Blue – OUT NOW

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Shot & edited by Red Forest Media: Redforestmedia.com

The ascent of Aperio has been streamlined by the type of music he’s delivered to the sister-label of Ram Records, Program. A hotly tipped newcomer, the producer was picked up by one of the most successful underground imprints after his name began building momentum within the world of drum & bass. His double-sided single forthcoming on Program alongside featuring artists Monrroe and Jorgie will act as another stepping stone for both his career the integral moments of his blossoming career. And having moved from strength to strength, with one meticulously fashioned record after the other, Aperio has made himself known throughout the 174bpm circuit – and for good reason.

First from the producer comes ‘Affections’ alongside likeminded producer Monroe. Together they lay the foundations of a liquid roller which begins to build gradually on careful strung melodies and pitching synth patterns. The track cascades following a keyed drop, before each meandering break takes you through its motions. ‘Affections’ demonstrates the full depth of both artist’s strict engineering, whilst also proving that they’re able to hold their own against the other formidable parts of Program’s back catalogue.

On the flipside, Jorgie offers up her harmonic vocals for ‘Grey to Blue’ alongside Aperio’s scuttling percussion and flowing piano notes. ‘Grey to Blue’ carries through the same vibe as its forerunner but brings the main focus onto its more humanistic elements. Orchestrating visions of summer nights and falling sunsets, Aperio opens up a musical landscape which encompasses you from the track’s start to finish. It presents another end of Program’s discography – the type with a softer palette and one Aperio manages to manipulate effortlessly.

So once again, it’s time to get with the Program – continuing to take you across drum & basses furthest corners.

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Aperio – Grey To Blue ft. Jorgie

Aperio – Grey To Blue – 25 August

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The ascent of Aperio has been streamlined by the type of music he’s delivered to the sister-label of Ram Records, Program. A hotly tipped newcomer, the producer was picked up by one of the most successful underground imprints after his name began building momentum within the world of drum & bass. His double-sided single forthcoming on Program alongside featuring artists Monrroe and Jorgie will act as another stepping stone for both his career the integral moments of his blossoming career. And having moved from strength to strength, with one meticulously fashioned record after the other, Aperio has made himself known throughout the 174bpm circuit – and for good reason.

First from the producer comes ‘Affections’ alongside likeminded producer Monroe. Together they lay the foundations of a liquid roller which begins to build gradually on careful strung melodies and pitching synth patterns. The track cascades following a keyed drop, before each meandering break takes you through its motions. ‘Affections’ demonstrates the full depth of both artist’s strict engineering, whilst also proving that they’re able to hold their own against the other formidable parts of Program’s back catalogue.

On the flipside, Jorgie offers up her harmonic vocals for ‘Grey to Blue’ alongside Aperio’s scuttling percussion and flowing piano notes. ‘Grey to Blue’ carries through the same vibe as its forerunner but brings the main focus onto its more humanistic elements. Orchestrating visions of summer nights and falling sunsets, Aperio opens up a musical landscape which encompasses you from the track’s start to finish. It presents another end of Program’s discography – the type with a softer palette and one Aperio manages to manipulate effortlessly.

So once again, it’s time to get with the Program – continuing to take you across drum & basses furthest corners.

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Aperio & Monrroe – Affections

Aperio & Monrroe – Affections – 25 August

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The ascent of Aperio has been streamlined by the type of music he’s delivered to the sister-label of Ram Records, Program. A hotly tipped newcomer, the producer was picked up by one of the most successful underground imprints after his name began building momentum within the world of drum & bass. His double-sided single forthcoming on Program alongside featuring artists Monrroe and Jorgie will act as another stepping stone for both his career the integral moments of his blossoming career. And having moved from strength to strength, with one meticulously fashioned record after the other, Aperio has made himself known throughout the 174bpm circuit – and for good reason.

First from the producer comes ‘Affections’ alongside likeminded producer Monrroe. Together they lay the foundations of a liquid roller which begins to build gradually on careful strung melodies and pitching synth patterns. The track cascades following a keyed drop, before each meandering break takes you through its motions. ‘Affections’ demonstrates the full depth of both artist’s strict engineering, whilst also proving that they’re able to hold their own against the other formidable parts of Program’s back catalogue.

On the flipside, Jorgie offers up her harmonic vocals for ‘Grey to Blue’ alongside Aperio’s scuttling percussion and flowing piano notes. ‘Grey to Blue’ carries through the same vibe as its forerunner but brings the main focus onto its more humanistic elements. Orchestrating visions of summer nights and falling sunsets, Aperio opens up a musical landscape which encompasses you from the track’s start to finish. It presents another end of Program’s discography – the type with a softer palette and one Aperio manages to manipulate effortlessly.

So once again, it’s time to get with the Program – continuing to take you across drum & basses furthest corners.

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