MD – ‘Fiction’ (ZeroZero Remix)

Various Artists
ProgRAM 100: Remixes
PRGRAM100DR

Stream/buy: https://RAM.lnk.to/100remixesID
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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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Teddy Killerz feat. Coppa – ‘Jackyl & Hyde’ (Nais 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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MD – ‘Fiction’ (ZeroZero 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’ 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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Wickaman & RV – ‘Sound Clash’ (Levela 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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Kelle – ‘Respirator’ (Kung 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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Frankee – ‘Firethorn’ (Sound In Noise 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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Gerra & Stone – ‘L I E S’ (Legion & Logam 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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Stealth – ‘The Truth’ feat. MC Fats (Subview 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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Legion & Logam – ‘Afterthought’ (Gerra & Stone 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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Eastcolors – ‘Toys’ VIP

Various Artists
PROGRAM 100: SAMPLER
PRGRAM100

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The 100th part of Program’s discography is about to drop and with it you’re reminded of a huge part of the imprint’s history, spanning across a colossal number of releases and representing an important section of the drum & bass underground. Split into three parts, Program 100 will realign you with the sounds which gained the international attention which Ram’s sister label now enjoys, having broken away from its counterpart whilst creating its own place within the dance music market. For its first package, you’re given remixes, exclusives and VIPs as part of the Sampler. And these include tracks which have been heralded as this year’s most sought after dubs, by the likes of trend setting players such as UKF and Red Bull.
 
Marking the first part of its track listing, the growling Skantia rework of LoKo’s ‘Bassline Secret’ will be a welcome introduction for many drum & bass listeners. Ram Records stalwarts Calyx & Teebee then have their take on Legion & Logam’s ‘House of Cards’, before Eastcolors’ ‘Toys’ gets the VIP treatment. Fascad makes his Program debut with ‘Bull’ and Eazy’s ‘Lushen’ oozes with the technical Program vibe. Rounding off the sampler is Glitch City & Night Shift’s ‘Spider’s Web’ and they make their first appearance on Program yet fit perfectly within its ranks, delivering a murkier undertow from their usual offerings. In just six tracks, the label’s team have painstakingly selected music which defines its journey, from its beginnings to now. So once again, it’s time to get with the Program, although this time its for its most expansive sequence to date.

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Glitch City & Night Shift – ‘Spider’s Web’

Various Artists
PROGRAM 100: SAMPLER
PRGRAM100

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The 100th part of Program’s discography is about to drop and with it you’re reminded of a huge part of the imprint’s history, spanning across a colossal number of releases and representing an important section of the drum & bass underground. Split into three parts, Program 100 will realign you with the sounds which gained the international attention which Ram’s sister label now enjoys, having broken away from its counterpart whilst creating its own place within the dance music market. For its first package, you’re given remixes, exclusives and VIPs as part of the Sampler. And these include tracks which have been heralded as this year’s most sought after dubs, by the likes of trend setting players such as UKF and Red Bull.
 
Marking the first part of its track listing, the growling Skantia rework of LoKo’s ‘Bassline Secret’ will be a welcome introduction for many drum & bass listeners. Ram Records stalwarts Calyx & Teebee then have their take on Legion & Logam’s ‘House of Cards’, before Eastcolors’ ‘Toys’ gets the VIP treatment. Fascad makes his Program debut with ‘Bull’ and Eazy’s ‘Lushen’ oozes with the technical Program vibe. Rounding off the sampler is Glitch City & Night Shift’s ‘Spider’s Web’ and they make their first appearance on Program yet fit perfectly within its ranks, delivering a murkier undertow from their usual offerings. In just six tracks, the label’s team have painstakingly selected music which defines its journey, from its beginnings to now. So once again, it’s time to get with the Program, although this time its for its most expansive sequence to date.

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Eazy – ‘Lushen’

Various Artists
PROGRAM 100: SAMPLER
PRGRAM100

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The 100th part of Program’s discography is about to drop and with it you’re reminded of a huge part of the imprint’s history, spanning across a colossal number of releases and representing an important section of the drum & bass underground. Split into three parts, Program 100 will realign you with the sounds which gained the international attention which Ram’s sister label now enjoys, having broken away from its counterpart whilst creating its own place within the dance music market. For its first package, you’re given remixes, exclusives and VIPs as part of the Sampler. And these include tracks which have been heralded as this year’s most sought after dubs, by the likes of trend setting players such as UKF and Red Bull.
 
Marking the first part of its track listing, the growling Skantia rework of LoKo’s ‘Bassline Secret’ will be a welcome introduction for many drum & bass listeners. Ram Records stalwarts Calyx & Teebee then have their take on Legion & Logam’s ‘House of Cards’, before Eastcolors’ ‘Toys’ gets the VIP treatment. Fascad makes his Program debut with ‘Bull’ and Eazy’s ‘Lushen’ oozes with the technical Program vibe. Rounding off the sampler is Glitch City & Night Shift’s ‘Spider’s Web’ and they make their first appearance on Program yet fit perfectly within its ranks, delivering a murkier undertow from their usual offerings. In just six tracks, the label’s team have painstakingly selected music which defines its journey, from its beginnings to now. So once again, it’s time to get with the Program, although this time its for its most expansive sequence to date.

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LoKo – Bassline Secret (Skantia Remix)

Various Artists
PROGRAM 100: SAMPLER
PRGRAM100

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The 100th part of Program’s discography is about to drop and with it you’re reminded of a huge part of the imprint’s history, spanning across a colossal number of releases and representing an important section of the drum & bass underground. Split into three parts, Program 100 will realign you with the sounds which gained the international attention which Ram’s sister label now enjoys, having broken away from its counterpart whilst creating its own place within the dance music market. For its first package, you’re given remixes, exclusives and VIPs as part of the Sampler. And these include tracks which have been heralded as this year’s most sought after dubs, by the likes of trend setting players such as UKF and Red Bull.
 
Marking the first part of its track listing, the growling Skantia rework of LoKo’s ‘Bassline Secret’ will be a welcome introduction for many drum & bass listeners. Ram Records stalwarts Calyx & Teebee then have their take on Legion & Logam’s ‘House of Cards’, before Eastcolors’ ‘Toys’ gets the VIP treatment. Fascad makes his Program debut with ‘Bull’ and Eazy’s ‘Lushen’ oozes with the technical Program vibe. Rounding off the sampler is Glitch City & Night Shift’s ‘Spider’s Web’ and they make their first appearance on Program yet fit perfectly within its ranks, delivering a murkier undertow from their usual offerings. In just six tracks, the label’s team have painstakingly selected music which defines its journey, from its beginnings to now. So once again, it’s time to get with the Program, although this time its for its most expansive sequence to date.

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Fascad – Bull

Various Artists
PROGRAM 100: SAMPLER
PRGRAM100

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The 100th part of Program’s discography is about to drop and with it you’re reminded of a huge part of the imprint’s history, spanning across a colossal number of releases and representing an important section of the drum & bass underground. Split into three parts, Program 100 will realign you with the sounds which gained the international attention which Ram’s sister label now enjoys, having broken away from its counterpart whilst creating its own place within the dance music market. For its first package, you’re given remixes, exclusives and VIPs as part of the Sampler. And these include tracks which have been heralded as this year’s most sought after dubs, by the likes of trend setting players such as UKF and Red Bull.
 
Marking the first part of its track listing, the growling Skantia rework of LoKo’s ‘Bassline Secret’ will be a welcome introduction for many drum & bass listeners. Ram Records stalwarts Calyx & Teebee then have their take on Legion & Logam’s ‘House of Cards’, before Eastcolors’ ‘Toys’ gets the VIP treatment. Fascad makes his Program debut with ‘Bull’ and Eazy’s ‘Lushen’ oozes with the technical Program vibe. Rounding off the sampler is Glitch City & Night Shift’s ‘Spider’s Web’ and they make their first appearance on Program yet fit perfectly within its ranks, delivering a murkier undertow from their usual offerings. In just six tracks, the label’s team have painstakingly selected music which defines its journey, from its beginnings to now. So once again, it’s time to get with the Program, although this time its for its most expansive sequence to date.

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Logam – ‘Back & Forth’ ft. Armanni Reign

Logam
‘Back & Forth’ ft. Armanni Reign
Released 19th October

Having risen to prominence as one third of the Legion & Logam trio, Logam is no stranger to making waves in the musical world. His first non-solo release on Program – vocal roller ‘House Of Cards’ – caught the rightful attention of some of dance music’s most influential tastemakers. In addition to this accompanied success, it has also been Logam’s independent talents which have helped him go from strength to strength over the last twelve years. His immense skill has seen him work in collaboration with old-school veteran Mayhem and set up his own label (Santoku Records). But now he’s set to release a record which is the latest addition to Program’s highly sought-after catalogue.

‘Back & Forth’ features the fierce, gutsy vocals of Armanni Reign, his signature tones nestled in amongst the tune’s ever-developing, carefully constructed multiplex of audio. Concurrent with the rising tension and complexity of the soundscape, they intensify: Reign’s voice stretches to its furthest heights where it underpins evocative builds towards some mighty crescendos. Despite its simple lyrical base, the tune’s speedy, kicking percussion conjures up an otherworldly level of liveliness: its core is punctuated by sawing, deep-bass dips and powerful, punching synth notes.

From more exotic beginnings which feature subtle Djembe drumbeats, the sudden interjection of a crisp, tumbling bassline acts as a sign of what’s to come. Logam throws us expertly into the deepest, darkest corners of the drum and bass realms, from which there’s no escape bar an evocative, still-frantic central break. ‘Back & Forth’ is just one example of the artist’s ability to deliver abounding versatility with every new addition to his musical collection. So once again, it’s to time get with the Program and prepare yourself for massive energy whilst into the limitless world of Logam.

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Freek – ‘Human Being’

Freek – ‘Human Being’

Taken from the EP Ram goes to Let it Roll 3.0
Out Now
RAMM332

https://www.ramrecords.com/download/ramm332

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The world’s seminal drum & bass festival is nearly upon us and in celebration the twenty five year strong Ram Records label are about to drop yet another compilation EP to announce their 2018 stage takeover. The track listing is as weighty as the artists they’ll be bringing along to Let it Roll this year; packed with seven new exclusives, from a range of producers both within the Ram roster as well as guests who’ve delivered a range of heaters throughout the imprint’s back catalogue, it’s sure to set the motions in place for the Let it Roll countdown.

Whether it’s the indisputably emotive formula of Sound in Noise’s offering ‘The Prophet’, or Audio’s rework of his collaboration ‘Creatures’ with MC Nuklear and Prolix, there’s a range of production styles which epitomise how diverse Ram has come to be over two decades. Freek’s ‘Human Being’ channels the artist’s tell-tale, bouncy signature whilst newcomer Kung crashes forward with the thumping bass peddles and rowdy drum sequences of ‘Eunoia’. Legion & Logam make a welcome comeback with ‘Mullholland Drive’ alongside Hamilton’s ‘Hopelessly Addicted VIP’, whilst Rene LaVice follows up his recent album ‘Far From Perfect’ with the crunching snares of ‘Poke the Bear’ with Lynx, and Subview’s record ‘Take Me Back’ rolls through with its liquid underpinning and sudden descendent into crashing breaks.

It’s an all-encompassing look at what Ram has to give this year at Let it Roll. As usual, it’s looking to be another monumental year for the world’s global gathering of drum & bass fans. Ram’s taster of what’s to come is just the beginning.

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Kung – ‘Eunoia’

Kung – ‘Eunoia’

Taken from the EP Ram goes to Let it Roll 3.0
Out Now
RAMM332

https://www.ramrecords.com/download/ramm332

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The world’s seminal drum & bass festival is nearly upon us and in celebration the twenty five year strong Ram Records label are about to drop yet another compilation EP to announce their 2018 stage takeover. The track listing is as weighty as the artists they’ll be bringing along to Let it Roll this year; packed with seven new exclusives, from a range of producers both within the Ram roster as well as guests who’ve delivered a range of heaters throughout the imprint’s back catalogue, it’s sure to set the motions in place for the Let it Roll countdown.

Whether it’s the indisputably emotive formula of Sound in Noise’s offering ‘The Prophet’, or Audio’s rework of his collaboration ‘Creatures’ with MC Nuklear and Prolix, there’s a range of production styles which epitomise how diverse Ram has come to be over two decades. Freek’s ‘Human Being’ channels the artist’s tell-tale, bouncy signature whilst newcomer Kung crashes forward with the thumping bass peddles and rowdy drum sequences of ‘Eunoia’. Legion & Logam make a welcome comeback with ‘Mullholland Drive’ alongside Hamilton’s ‘Hopelessly Addicted VIP’, whilst Rene LaVice follows up his recent album ‘Far From Perfect’ with the crunching snares of ‘Poke the Bear’ with Lynx, and Subview’s record ‘Take Me Back’ rolls through with its liquid underpinning and sudden descendent into crashing breaks.

It’s an all-encompassing look at what Ram has to give this year at Let it Roll. As usual, it’s looking to be another monumental year for the world’s global gathering of drum & bass fans. Ram’s taster of what’s to come is just the beginning.

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https://www.youtube.com/user/RamRecords
http://www.ramrecords.com

Legion & Logam – ‘Mullholland Drive’

Legion & Logam – ‘Mullholland Drive’

Taken from the EP Ram goes to Let it Roll 3.0
Out Now
RAMM332

https://www.ramrecords.com/download/ramm332

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The world’s seminal drum & bass festival is nearly upon us and in celebration the twenty five year strong Ram Records label are about to drop yet another compilation EP to announce their 2018 stage takeover. The track listing is as weighty as the artists they’ll be bringing along to Let it Roll this year; packed with seven new exclusives, from a range of producers both within the Ram roster as well as guests who’ve delivered a range of heaters throughout the imprint’s back catalogue, it’s sure to set the motions in place for the Let it Roll countdown.

Whether it’s the indisputably emotive formula of Sound in Noise’s offering ‘The Prophet’, or Audio’s rework of his collaboration ‘Creatures’ with MC Nuklear and Prolix, there’s a range of production styles which epitomise how diverse Ram has come to be over two decades. Freek’s ‘Human Being’ channels the artist’s tell-tale, bouncy signature whilst newcomer Kung crashes forward with the thumping bass peddles and rowdy drum sequences of ‘Eunoia’. Legion & Logam make a welcome comeback with ‘Mullholland Drive’ alongside Hamilton’s ‘Hopelessly Addicted VIP’, whilst Rene LaVice follows up his recent album ‘Far From Perfect’ with the crunching snares of ‘Poke the Bear’ with Lynx, and Subview’s record ‘Take Me Back’ rolls through with its liquid underpinning and sudden descendent into crashing breaks.

It’s an all-encompassing look at what Ram has to give this year at Let it Roll. As usual, it’s looking to be another monumental year for the world’s global gathering of drum & bass fans. Ram’s taster of what’s to come is just the beginning.

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http://www.facebook.com/RAMrecordsltd

https://www.youtube.com/user/RamRecords
http://www.ramrecords.com

Hamilton – ‘Hopelessly Addicted’ VIP

Hamilton – ‘Hopelessly Addicted’ VIP

Taken from the EP Ram goes to Let it Roll 3.0
Out Now
RAMM332

https://www.ramrecords.com/download/ramm332d

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The world’s seminal drum & bass festival is nearly upon us and in celebration the twenty five year strong Ram Records label are about to drop yet another compilation EP to announce their 2018 stage takeover. The track listing is as weighty as the artists they’ll be bringing along to Let it Roll this year; packed with seven new exclusives, from a range of producers both within the Ram roster as well as guests who’ve delivered a range of heaters throughout the imprint’s back catalogue, it’s sure to set the motions in place for the Let it Roll countdown.

Whether it’s the indisputably emotive formula of Sound in Noise’s offering ‘The Prophet’, or Audio’s rework of his collaboration ‘Creatures’ with MC Nuklear and Prolix, there’s a range of production styles which epitomise how diverse Ram has come to be over two decades. Freek’s ‘Human Being’ channels the artist’s tell-tale, bouncy signature whilst newcomer Kung crashes forward with the thumping bass peddles and rowdy drum sequences of ‘Eunoia’. Legion & Logam make a welcome comeback with ‘Mullholland Drive’ alongside Hamilton’s ‘Hopelessly Addicted VIP’, whilst Rene LaVice follows up his recent album ‘Far From Perfect’ with the crunching snares of ‘Poke the Bear’ with Lynx, and Subview’s record ‘Take Me Back’ rolls through with its liquid underpinning and sudden descendent into crashing breaks.

It’s an all-encompassing look at what Ram has to give this year at Let it Roll. As usual, it’s looking to be another monumental year for the world’s global gathering of drum & bass fans. Ram’s taster of what’s to come is just the beginning.

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http://www.facebook.com/RAMrecordsltd

https://www.youtube.com/user/RamRecordsTV
http://www.ramrecords.com

Audio & Prolix ft. Nuklear MC – ‘Creatures’ (Audio Let It Roll VIP)

Audio & Prolix ft. Nuklear MC – ‘Creatures’ (Audio Let It Roll VIP)

Taken from the EP Ram goes to Let it Roll 3.0
Out Now
RAMM332

https://www.ramrecords.com/download/ramm332d

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The world’s seminal drum & bass festival is nearly upon us and in celebration the twenty five year strong Ram Records label are about to drop yet another compilation EP to announce their 2018 stage takeover. The track listing is as weighty as the artists they’ll be bringing along to Let it Roll this year; packed with seven new exclusives, from a range of producers both within the Ram roster as well as guests who’ve delivered a range of heaters throughout the imprint’s back catalogue, it’s sure to set the motions in place for the Let it Roll countdown.

Whether it’s the indisputably emotive formula of Sound in Noise’s offering ‘The Prophet’, or Audio’s rework of his collaboration ‘Creatures’ with MC Nuklear and Prolix, there’s a range of production styles which epitomise how diverse Ram has come to be over two decades. Freek’s ‘Human Being’ channels the artist’s tell-tale, bouncy signature whilst newcomer Kung crashes forward with the thumping bass peddles and rowdy drum sequences of ‘Eunoia’. Legion & Logam make a welcome comeback with ‘Mullholland Drive’ alongside Hamilton’s ‘Hopelessly Addicted VIP’, whilst Rene LaVice follows up his recent album ‘Far From Perfect’ with the crunching snares of ‘Poke the Bear’ with Lynx, and Subview’s record ‘Take Me Back’ rolls through with its liquid underpinning and sudden descendent into crashing breaks.

It’s an all-encompassing look at what Ram has to give this year at Let it Roll. As usual, it’s looking to be another monumental year for the world’s global gathering of drum & bass fans. Ram’s taster of what’s to come is just the beginning.

_______

http://www.facebook.com/RAMrecordsltd

https://www.youtube.com/user/RamRecordsTV
http://www.ramrecords.com

Legion & Logam – Switch Up

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
Legion & Logam – Switch Up – OUT NOW: https://RAM.lnk.to/TBA_SU/beatport

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Legion & Logam
Like → https://www.facebook.com/legionandlogam

Follow → https://twitter.com/LegionDNB
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Legion & Logam, a trio who’ve cemented themselves as an international crossover act whilst pedestalling US drum & bass within the Ram roster. After the breakaway success of their first single on the Program imprint, ‘House of Cards’, as well as a host of fresh cuts of the Ram Records compilation series, they’re returning with a single to cement themselves yet again within the genre’s fabric. Having become a staple of festival stages globally, it’s no surprise they’ve piqued such interest across the scene.

‘To Be Alone’ features Micah Freeman on vocals, making another appearance since ‘Holding On’ and adding his signature twist between carefully constructed layers of noise. Freeman’s voice stretches to its furthest heights, dropping down musical crescendos and over kicking drum patterns. Snapping percussion washes over each train of sound with distorted guitar underpinning each segment. Piano notes filter through the mix, creating an emotional composition that pedestals the style Legion & Logam reign over.

‘Switch Up’ juxtaposes its predecessor, nastily slick whilst oozing with throbbing bass and clicking percussion. Weighty yet tightly knit, it exposes the darker underbelly of their production. Stabbing their way through, each beat arrangement bites whilst you’re taken amongst a conundrum of quaking subs and shaking basslines. Once again proving that Legion & Logam are a versatile outfit, this one is a call to war for the rave’s murkier corners.

Once again, it’s time to get with the Program… One that celebrates diversity whilst distributing acts like Legion & Logam onto an unsuspecting audience since its inception.

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Legion & Logam – To Be Alone Feat. Micah Freeman (PROGRAM)

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
Legion & Logam – Holding On Feat. Micah Freeman – OUT NOW: https://RAM.lnk.to/TBA_SU/beatport

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Legion & Logam
Like → https://www.facebook.com/legionandlogam

Follow → https://twitter.com/LegionDNB
Follow → https://twitter.com/LogamDNB

Legion & Logam, a trio who’ve cemented themselves as an international crossover act whilst pedestalling US drum & bass within the Ram roster. After the breakaway success of their first single on the Program imprint, ‘House of Cards’, as well as a host of fresh cuts of the Ram Records compilation series, they’re returning with a single to cement themselves yet again within the genre’s fabric. Having become a staple of festival stages globally, it’s no surprise they’ve piqued such interest across the scene.

‘To Be Alone’ features Micah Freeman on vocals, making another appearance since ‘Holding On’ and adding his signature twist between carefully constructed layers of noise. Freeman’s voice stretches to its furthest heights, dropping down musical crescendos and over kicking drum patterns. Snapping percussion washes over each train of sound with distorted guitar underpinning each segment. Piano notes filter through the mix, creating an emotional composition that pedestals the style Legion & Logam reign over.

‘Switch Up’ juxtaposes its predecessor, nastily slick whilst oozing with throbbing bass and clicking percussion. Weighty yet tightly knit, it exposes the darker underbelly of their production. Stabbing their way through, each beat arrangement bites whilst you’re taken amongst a conundrum of quaking subs and shaking basslines. Once again proving that Legion & Logam are a versatile outfit, this one is a call to war for the rave’s murkier corners.

Once again, it’s time to get with the Program… One that celebrates diversity whilst distributing acts like Legion & Logam onto an unsuspecting audience since its inception.

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Become a fan of RAM Records: http://po.st/LikeRamFacebook
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Legion & Logam – To Be Alone

The debut Skankandbass event has been announced and is taking place at The Nest in London, 28th September.
Tickets are available here: http://bit.ly/SNB-TIX // confirm your attendance Facebook, here: http://bit.ly/SNBL-FB

Buy ‘To Be Alone’: http://bit.ly/2bmY57S

Legion & Logam, a trio who’ve cemented themselves as an international crossover act whilst pedestalling US drum & bass within the Ram roster. After the breakaway success of their first single on the Program imprint, ‘House of Cards’, as well as a host of fresh cuts of the Ram Records compilation series, they’re returning with a single to cement themselves yet again within the genre’s fabric. Having become a staple of festival stages globally, it’s no surprise they’ve piqued such interest across the scene.

‘To Be Alone’ features Micah Freeman on vocals, making another appearance since ‘Holding On’ and adding his signature twist between carefully constructed layers of noise. Freeman’s voice stretches to its furthest heights, dropping down musical crescendos and over kicking drum patterns. Snapping percussion washes over each train of sound with distorted guitar underpinning each segment. Piano notes filter through the mix, creating an emotional composition that pedestals the style Legion & Logam reign over.

Once again, it’s time to get with the Program… One that celebrates diversity whilst distributing acts like Legion & Logam onto an unsuspecting audience since its inception.

Legion & Logam:

https://www.facebook.com/legionandlogam

Ram Records:

https://www.facebook.com/RAMrecordsltd

———- Skankandbass Links ———-

W: http://skankandbass.com/
FB: http://facebook.com/skankandbass
TW: http://twitter.com/skankandbass
SC: http://soundcloud.com/skankandbass
IG: http://instagram.com/skankandbass
SP: http://spoti.fi/29gDYXE

Legion & Logam – Afterthought

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
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Legion & Logam
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The name Legion & Logam has resonated since their first output on the Program imprint. With vocal roller ‘House of Cards’ being picked up by some of the dance world’s leading tastemakers, it saw the production trio ascend to a very critical point in their career. And the glass ceiling has been broken; it was only apt for such rising stalwarts to be given the monumental 25th release in the label’s discography.

‘Holding On’ and ‘Afterthought’ also follow their exclusive signing to the RAM group… Although, it was only a matter of time before the artists were taken in by a label of that calibre.

You’re taken into A-side ‘Holding on’ by the soulful talent of Micah Freeman, guiding you through its beautiful note arpeggios and clicking percussion. Weaving amongst the atmospheric strum of guitar and climatic synth, it’s perfectly refined and demonstrates exactly why they were exclusively signed.

Following on in quick procession is ‘Afterthought’. Pounding against an ethereal, humanistic sample, there’s an underlay of subs which slowly builds and brays between breaks. They masterfully combine impact with a tightly woven composition; fiercely intricate yet without lacking substance, it pedestals the experience which each party brings to the table.

So, here’s to another release which sees Legion & Logam firmly on the radar for years to come. Their talent was already unbridled. However, combining this with one of the biggest and most revered drum & bass labels across the globe, they’re sure to become unstoppable.

It’s once again, time to get with the Program!

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