Magnetude ‘Snatch’

Magnetude ‘Snatch’

Eight years in the making, the path of Magentude was never a smooth one. The Anglo-Russian hybrid spent their formative years sharing music across the vast expanse of cyberspace; following a chance online meeting through their individual projects, it was their love for musically enriched drum & bass which drew them together and it was this passion which saw them collaborate. Time passed, meaning Magnetude became less of an idea and more of a reality as their tracks gained traction across worldwide stages and DJ sets. However, the ingeniously sculpted compositions they piece together meant it was only natural for them to pique interest with one of dance music’s most revered labels, Ram Records. And it was here that their forthcoming single ‘Snatch’ and ‘Signals’ came into being.

One element of Magnetude’s success is their ability to integrate multi-genre soundscapes across drum & bass. ‘Snatch’ is the epitomic example, pulling out vast, orchestral instrumentals and throbbing bass notes to draw you deep inside its climatic breakdown. As the record transcends into a more dancefloor-lead drop, it ducks and dives between rocketing pulses of LFO and a hook which is undeniably catchy. Switching midway and demonstrating that every inch of their music channels a constant thought process, ‘Snatch’ may be your first foreword into Magnetude’s sound but it will certainly carve a lasting impact.

‘Signals’ still shakes with the same relentless drive as its flipside but also gives you a glimpse into Magnetude’s boundary-breaking sound design. Pulling robotic, eerily warped vocals through the mix alongside its floating synths, the introduction of its weighty drum patterns adds a divisive undercurrent. ‘Signals’ still keeps its focus around the anarchist club vibes seen throughout Magnetude’s production but it also opens you up to their range and diversity.

They’re a duo who concentrates on developing a signature which not only oozes individuality but also centralises around the contemporary progress of drum & bass. This is why they’ve become such an exciting prospect within the twenty-five year strong Ram Records roster.

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DC Breaks ‘Never Stop’ (S.P.Y Remix)

DC Breaks ‘Never Stop’ (S.P.Y Remix)

The art of remixing is something which DC Breaks hold in high regard – from their own cuts through to the artists they’ve chosen for their Different Breed reworks, their standards have been clear from the offset. Even the original release of their seminal LP featured a hugely diverse array of collaborative artists and musical signatures, which is why the duo came through Ram Records’ roster with so much garnered interest. And adding to the already popular twists from A.M.C & Turno, Flowidus and Tantrum Desire, more artists enter the fray for their own takes on DC Breaks’ sound.

S.P.Y and Synergy are next to take you into the deeper and darker world of Different Breed, drawing styles from opposite sides of the same spectrum and twisting them into something almost unrecognisable.

First up, S.P.Y moves through Never Stop, pushing DC Breaks’ more dancefloor, vocal-lead breakdowns and slamming them against a more tech-driven reimagining. S.P.Y is the master of driving a minimalist sound design whilst also smacking hard on its impact; between every clattering layer of drums and elevating blast of LFO, the original melody streams throughout his remix. The bare bones of Never Stop are clear to see, but S.P.Y makes his presence known through every crackle of bass.

Following in quick succession is Synergy’s version of Hustle, which dramatically switches gears and orchestrates a more stabbing descent into chaos. With Synergy’s neuro-infused background making itself known, their pounding kicks and snares catapult Hustle into a more cataclysmic scene, one which is sure to gain a following throughout their loyal following of DJs. The pair have already found themselves as a centrepiece within the darker side of drum & bass throughout recent months and following a release on the infamous Ram Records imprint, this heat is about to switch up another notch. More remixes are still to come from DC Breaks’ debut Different Breed LP and looking back at its first consecutive unveilings, their full power hasn’t yet been felt.

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DC Breaks ‘Everybody’ (Flowidus Remix)

DC Breaks ‘Everybody’ (Flowidus Remix)

The first part of DC Breaks’ ‘Different Breed’ remix package already climatised its listener to the standard of brought into its 2018 addition. With Tantrum Desire reworking ‘Underground’, and Prolix joining DC Breaks for a VIP of ‘Infinity’, it was a welcome reminder of just how imperative the pair’s debut album was on 25-year strong imprint Ram Records. However they dip into a new range of producers for its next segment, focusing on 174bpm maestros who have helped drum & basses creative streams over the past twelve months whilst simultaneously paving their own way across its dancefloor lit trenches.

Bass stacked duo A.M.C and Turno deliver their undiluted sounds for ‘Vendetta’, still pushing forward on its orchestral, beat layered introduction before taking you down to a completely different set of levels. Crushing LFO distortion and a sharp-edged hook cuts at you throughout every nastily padded break, with the outfit demonstrating why they’re such esteemed players on today’s club circuit. On the flipside, you’re driven through the detailed intricacies of Flowidus’ production, which weaves a craftily manufactured melody throughout the mix of ‘Everybody’, a single already pulsing with an emotive backdrop. The Australian based pair pulls the track into play with tinkling piano notes and a more-liquid focused breakdown which is still as dynamic but more subdued in its approach. They provide yet another addition to their releases on the Ram Records label, having already featured on both their groundbreaking compilations and its counterpart, Program.

With more to come from the likes of Ram Records’ own Loadstar, neuro-tastemaker Insideinfo, as well as a plethora of other vigilantly sought out drum & bass tastemakers, there’s more from the aspirators who paved DC Breaks’ path to ‘Different Breed’.

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Mind Vortex – Transformation

Mind Vortex – Transformation – 19 July

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Bringing a close to their four track ‘Transformation’ EP, Mind Vortex have made a welcome comeback for 2017. Since the beginning, they’ve etched a path for themselves which has woven itself around countless radio plays by tastemakers and Djing slots across the worldwide club circuit. It’s their expertly engineered cuts which have made them so notorious for imposing dancefloor annihilation, with a diverse back catalogue standing as a testament to this.

Alongside ‘Shall We Begin’, your first introduction to the ‘Transformation EP’, next single ‘The Day After’ and slamming rework ‘Future Fold VIP’, ‘Transformation’ ties together a four-track offering which has been anticipated since it was revealed. Time and time again, Mind Vortex have ensured they stay at the pinnacle of their game, with title-track ‘Transformation’ once more raising the bar. Finding a place within the revered home of Ram Records, Mind Vortex present another formidable output.

Coming at you with flickering, sonic beats and a bassline which begins to methodically switch into gear, ‘Transformation’ proves its dancefloor appeal and the incredible manufacturing of their track intros. Punching forward on surging drum patterns and terrifying flicks of twisting LFO, each seismic crash of bass pushes you further into the mix. Mind Vortex create yet another set opener, a promising start to festival season for any drum & bass lover – the track ebbs and flows between an epic crescendo, before gearing up for another climatic breakdown. Mind Vortex demonstrate why they’ve become an integral part of the Ram Records’ roster, pushing harder and harder with every release.

The soundscape available to Mind Vortex is a versatile one. However, the ‘Transformation’ EP ties in four undeniably cutting tracks which pedestal their filthier underbelly. It’s this signature which has made them a staple on line ups across the globe. And they’ll continue to reign supreme on the dancefloors for years to come, with new music still waiting on the horizon.

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Chords – Clarion

Chords – Clarion – 30 June

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Chords has often been heralded as one of the most musically gifted artists on the Ram Records roster and having begun his journey via classical training as a child, it’s no surprise why his sounds are so technically impressive. Influenced by everything from soul to hip hop, his eclectic tastes shine through each one of his offerings, helping him to have a unique take on the 170bpm drum & bass genre.
Many listeners were concerned during his brief hiatus over the last few years; despite delivering tracks for Ram Records stellar compilation releases, his standalone releases became few and far between. But just like his music, Chords is multi-faceted. He’s an artist in the truest sense of the word and during his break from music making, he’d dedicated himself to the world of cinema. After receiving a prestigious award for his most recent short film, he decided to once again focus on music, signalling this next release on the prestigious Ram imprint.

‘Clarion’ is darker in tone, dropping into crunching LFO and weighty bass patterns. It’s a side of Chords’ which was previously unseen, although with a whole collection of records waiting to be released, you’re likely to see more of it in the coming months.
Chords is back and weightier than ever. For fans old and new, the anticipation for more music has exploded with this next release.

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Smooth – Disco

Smooth – Disco – 7 July

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For twenty five years, Ram Records’ ground breaking roster have stood at drum & basses forefront. Time and time again, they’ve delivered some of the most definitive releases which have helped to shape the genre’s roots, becoming a prized part of its antiquity and huge back catalogue of releases. But alongside their primary artists, they’ve also welcomed guests to bring their refined production to Ram’s ever-growing discography. Their next addition is from Smooth, an artist whose spent years refining his craft, from playing instruments in his formative years to turning his hand at metal, hardcore and finally drum & bass, where he landed himself on its most revered imprints. He continues this ascent with the ‘Resurrection EP’ on Ram, featuring four fresh cuts to add to an already stellar succession of releases.

First from the new batch of records is ‘Trajectory’, a steppy, snapping whirlpool of clattering bass rhythms and fluctuating note patterns. It pulls you into Smooth’s dreamy soundscape, whilst still channelling a bassline which pulsates steadily underneath each flurry of beats. Up next comes ‘Disco’, with a more cascading, jazzy appeal, one which gradually builds into uplifting pads and clattering drums, helping to flesh-out the composition. ‘Disco’ points to Smooth’s streamlined musicality, which features a huge repertoire of sound.

‘Device’ follows with a cinematic intro, which begins to grow steadily on a quick succession of sonic stabs and heavyweight drums. Amongst old-school breaks and rattling percussion sitting underneath the mix, the track is tribal yet crunches with grinding LFO. It’s fierce in its delivery and channels more contemporary production standards. ‘My Feeling’ finishes the EP on a completely different vibe, drawing out keyed arpeggios and elevating synths. Smooth flexes his creativity one more time before the Resurrection’s close, stringing together shimmery vocals and an emphatic climax. Alongside its predecessors, ‘My Feeling’ gives the perfect end to a stellar release. One welcomed by Ram’s decorated history.

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Madface – Hold On (VIP) Feat. Benji Clements

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Following a plethora of new releases on Ram Records compilation series, Madface returns to the revered dance music imprint for a standalone offering. Ram has often prided itself with pedestalling diversity and this next single proves why they’re still leading the way for plucking out the best newcomers from the depths of cyberspace. However, Madface has slowly been making his impact felt over the last few years and this single will signify yet another step closer to his name becoming a staple on line ups globally.

The year’s lighter months lay just on the horizon and ‘Hold On’ featuring vocalist Benji helps draw the Summer even closer. A sure set liner and dancefloor anthem, the voice crescendos offering by Benji help take the track to different heights, spiking with every humanistic hook and clattering rolls of percussion. Each hi-hat helps the record snap into life whilst the bassline drives you forward at a dizzying speed. Emotive yet still underpinned by its stockier elements, Madface manages to balance both weightiness and an appeal that will stretch across the drum & bass community. It’s easy to imagine ‘Hold On’ setting alight stages throughout the festival circuit and if this track doesn’t get you excited for the impending season then nothing will.

On the flipside, Madface draws out his nastier demeanour, with clattering breaks that cascade between stabs of LFO and crunching snare. The perfect juxtaposition to its A side, Madface caters for a range of tastes, proving his career will inevitably go from strength to strength in the coming months.

Teaming up with Madface, Ram continue to draw out every colour the drum & bass world has to offer. Demonstrating why they still dominate the drum & bass world.

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Mind Vortex – Future Fold VIP

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Completing their four-track digital EP, Mind Vortex have delivered a smashing VIP mix of dancefloor record Future Fold VIP. Having toured extensively last year, across Europe and beyond, they’ve returned in 2017 with a set of brand new releases to push them even further onto the map.

Throughout festival season, Future Fold was already doing damage, a certified set opener and helping to ignite crowds of thousands across the circuit. Released on Ram 200, a definitive release on the imprint’s discography, it became one of the most recognisable tunes Mind vortex have dropped in recent years. With summer quickly approaching, the VIP treatment is sure to follow suit, becoming another damaging part of the duo’s discography.

A snapping succession of beats and booming bass patterns drag you headfirst into their mix, with their tell-tale driving bassline once again taking hold. With the original being a masterclass in high energy drum & bass, its VIP follows the same vibe. Drawing out on a darker intro, its smashing kicks mimics the original whilst buzzing LFO leads into its drop, adding to a more bass driven hook. Mind Vortex once again showcase why they’re kings of the dancefloor.

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June Miller, James Marvel & MC Mota – Dominator

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June Miller return for their final release, a duo who’ve spent years defining their sound within the Ram Records roster and will continue to do years after their final record. From their first single on Ram, to their debut LP Robots and Romans, they’ve supplied some of the heaviest cuts Ram’s discography offers and their next output will be no different.

Dominator and A Pinda Funk also bring on board two featuring artists, fellow Europeans James Marvel and MC Mota.
Whilst James Marvel has become a renowned part of the drum & bass scene in Belgium’s cultural hub Brussels, MC Mota lends his vocals to an array of artists throughout the genre and together they present an undeniably eclectic outfit.

Dominator moves you through an intricately layered world built up slowly by grinding bass and clattering patterns of percussion.
MC Mota’s ragga-like vocals begin to sift through the mix, leading you into a climatic drop. Instigating a beat-lead riot, you’re attacked from all sides, with crushing drums throwing punch after punch. Dominator is your introduction into chaos, whilst still being meticulously constructed.

Next comes A Pinda Funk, a clever play on words with an even more ingenious sound design. Cutting through heavy LFO with its sonic edges, a quick vocal sample from MC Mota narrates the slow descent into anarchy. With its funky elements displayed from start to finish, A Pinda Funk grabs you with catchy hooks and a techy melody, proving that both June Miller and James Marvel have a multifaceted production standard. This single demonstrates why June Miller became so notorious not just within drum & bass, but also within the army of its most definitive imprint. And they will remain as such, within the headphones of music listeners everywhere.

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June Miller, James Marvel & MC Mota – A Pinda Funk

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June Miller return for their penultimate release, a duo who’ve spent years defining their sound within the Ram Records roster and will continue to do years after their final record. From their first single on Ram, to their debut LP Robots and Romans, they’ve supplied some of the heaviest cuts Ram’s discography offers and their next output will be no different.

Dominator and A Pinda Funk also bring on board two featuring artists, fellow Europeans James Marvel and MC Mota.
Whilst James Marvel has become a renowned part of the drum & bass scene in Belgium’s cultural hub Brussels, MC Mota lends his vocals to an array of artists throughout the genre and together they present an undeniably eclectic outfit.

Dominator moves you through an intricately layered world built up slowly by grinding bass and clattering patterns of percussion.
MC Mota’s ragga-like vocals begin to sift through the mix, leading you into a climatic drop. Instigating a beat-lead riot, you’re attacked from all sides, with crushing drums throwing punch after punch. Dominator is your introduction into chaos, whilst still being meticulously constructed.

Next comes A Pinda Funk, a clever play on words with an even more ingenious sound design. Cutting through heavy LFO with its sonic edges, a quick vocal sample from MC Mota narrates the slow descent into anarchy. With its funky elements displayed from start to finish, A Pinda Funk grabs you with catchy hooks and a techy melody, proving that both June Miller and James Marvel have a multifaceted production standard. This single demonstrates why June Miller became so notorious not just within drum & bass, but also within the army of its most definitive imprint. And they will remain as such, within the headphones of music listeners everywhere.

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Precision & Subdivision – You & I

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Independent label Soul Trader Records have prided themselves on only releasing the top quality liquid cuts which land in their inbox, following their plethora of support across the scene. Time and time again they’ve been heralded for their slick selections, presenting the type of drum & bass which keeps its smoother underbelly alive. Their deeper styles make them notorious during club nights too, drawing the crowd into dark and turbulent basslines whilst using this live setting to pedestal their roster’s musical creations. And next up from the imprint is a new EP from Precision and Subdivision, two producers who’ve come together to present a deliciously slick release which will continue Soul Trader’s legacy into the new year.

‘You & I’ features a soft appeal, focusing on its strung out harmonies and snapping kick drum which helps to peddle the track underneath. Unafraid to break the mould, the record then unearths moody swathes of LFO as it begins to evolve, although each note progression still adds to its more relaxed personality. Once again Subdivision and Precision are able to bring together two opposing sides in this EP, within a world moulded by carefully crafted bass and a high calibre production.

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Hamilton – Making Noise

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Racking up years of experience within the dance music world, Hamilton returns with yet another single that represents a step closer to his 22 LP on Ram Records. The producer has been signed exclusively since he first sent his demo to Ram HQ, slowly expanding his back catalogue and helping define the twenty-five years of history Ram has built up alongside its roster. Having crafted reworks for the likes of Enter Shikari and Tanikia, Hamilton’s influence has spread throughout the scene and this will continue following his albums release with its crossover electronic appeal.
Hamilton once again channels his experience of working in a varied list of sub genres to bring you Making Noise and Burn it Again. Both tracks help to draw together the old-school elements which rose him to prominence, as well as the more contemporary sounds which have enabled him to maintain his profile. Making Noise is a return to the signature which made his presence behind the decks so notorious. An avid DJ as well as producer, Hamilton creates another sonic call to arms which drives forward on a snapping bassline and breaks which fall together brutally. Crunching LFO takes over the mix, beckoning a track that’s unafraid to throw its punches.
Next up, Burn it Again takes on a much deeper vibe, bringing the bass levels to subterranean levels and allowing them to drown beneath cutting beats. Hamilton demonstrates his unbridled ferocity, proving that despite flirting with more vocal focused remixes and records in the past, he’s still able to tap into the spectrum’s darker shades. Time and time again he delivers nastier slices of music, demonstrating why he’s managed to stay at the top of his game throughout the last two decades. With his album quickly approaching, this year is going to be just as defining for the producer.

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Hamilton – Burn It Again

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Racking up years of experience within the dance music world, Hamilton returns with yet another single that represents a step closer to his 22 LP on Ram Records. The producer has been signed exclusively since he first sent his demo to Ram HQ, slowly expanding his back catalogue and helping define the twenty-five years of history Ram has built up alongside its roster. Having crafted reworks for the likes of Enter Shikari and Tanikia, Hamilton’s influence has spread throughout the scene and this will continue following his albums release with its crossover electronic appeal.
Hamilton once again channels his experience of working in a varied list of sub genres to bring you Making Noise and Burn it Again. Both tracks help to draw together the old-school elements which rose him to prominence, as well as the more contemporary sounds which have enabled him to maintain his profile. Making Noise is a return to the signature which made his presence behind the decks so notorious. An avid DJ as well as producer, Hamilton creates another sonic call to arms which drives forward on a snapping bassline and breaks which fall together brutally. Crunching LFO takes over the mix, beckoning a track that’s unafraid to throw its punches.
Next up, Burn it Again takes on a much deeper vibe, bringing the bass levels to subterranean levels and allowing them to drown beneath cutting beats. Hamilton demonstrates his unbridled ferocity, proving that despite flirting with more vocal focused remixes and records in the past, he’s still able to tap into the spectrum’s darker shades. Time and time again he delivers nastier slices of music, demonstrating why he’s managed to stay at the top of his game throughout the last two decades. With his album quickly approaching, this year is going to be just as defining for the producer.

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Killbox – Bound To Others

Killbox – Bound To Others

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Killbox consists of two names which have become synonymous with drum & bass – Ed rush and Audio. And after decades playing out in countries across the world, as well as a string of releases which litter the music collections of listeners everywhere, it’s no surprise they’ve become such legendary figures. This year, they’re about to bring their extensive experience together for a formidable new project, one which will sway the genre’s tide and once more see them standing at the helm of its creative direction. The underground overlords are here to filter your entire world into darkness.
Even as a standalone artist, Audio is revered across all circles. From his hard-hitting productions, to his inked love for 174bpm, he’s remained uncompromising throughout his career. With an ethos that’s stretched through a continually impressive output, which has seen 5 albums, countless 12”s and over 15 years of production, he’s solidified his position within the scene’s core.

No one would argue that Ed Rush changed the face of drum & bass, breaking out of every paradigm which was set up before him. After being an influential part within London’s burgeoning nightlife, he began to craft a sound which marked a new era in hardcore. Extracting darkside jungle classics from a realm which hadn’t yet built its foundations, the producer pushed its developing forefront alongside Optical, his partner at Virus. Moving into new territories, he soon teamed up with another heavyweight. What followed was an album with huge historical implications, ones which carry forward into today…

And this forthcoming EP from the duo represents exactly what they’re about: a no compromising return to the sound which made their era of drum & bass so recognisable. Whilst opening track Bound to Others is eerily foreboding with its extra-terrestrial samples and aggressive LFO, Hype Cycle is a metallic, clanking riddim, one which throws down to darker, techier depths – otherwise known as Johnny L – See Red on crack. Pitch Fork channels a skittering, old-school vibe, with pounding drums and a climatic drop into chaos… And lastly, Surge ends on a climax. Hitting harder with every break, you’re taken into a chasm of snapping beats and cascading drum patterns. This EP is the introduction you’ve been waiting for.

Together, they present Killbox. The merging of two intimidating musical minds, prepare for a union like no other. With Ram Records acting as their platform for debuting new music, this is about to be a defining moment for drum & bass.

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Killbox – Surge

Killbox – Surge

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Even as a standalone artist, Audio is revered across all circles. From his hard-hitting productions, to his inked love for 174bpm, he’s remained uncompromising throughout his career. With an ethos that’s stretched through a continually impressive output, which has seen 5 albums, countless 12”s and over 15 years of production, he’s solidified his position within the scene’s core.

No one would argue that Ed Rush changed the face of drum & bass, breaking out of every paradigm which was set up before him. After being an influential part within London’s burgeoning nightlife, he began to craft a sound which marked a new era in hardcore. Extracting darkside jungle classics from a realm which hadn’t yet built its foundations, the producer pushed its developing forefront alongside Optical, his partner at Virus. Moving into new territories, he soon teamed up with another heavyweight. What followed was an album with huge historical implications, ones which carry forward into today…

And this forthcoming EP from the duo represents exactly what they’re about: a no compromising return to the sound which made their era of drum & bass so recognisable. Whilst opening track Bound to Others is eerily foreboding with its extra-terrestrial samples and aggressive LFO, Hype Cycle is a metallic, clanking riddim, one which throws down to darker, techier depths – otherwise known as Johnny L – See Red on crack. Pitch Fork channels a skittering, old-school vibe, with pounding drums and a climatic drop into chaos… And lastly, Surge ends on a climax. Hitting harder with every break, you’re taken into a chasm of snapping beats and cascading drum patterns. This EP is the introduction you’ve been waiting for.

Together, they present Killbox. The merging of two intimidating musical minds, prepare for a union like no other. With Ram Records acting as their platform for debuting new music, this is about to be a defining moment for drum & bass.

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DC Breaks – Creeper VIP

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Getting into the Halloween spirit, DC Breaks are unleashing two new terrifying slabs of bass. These heavyweight monsters have been biding their time in the producer’s digital record box, the beginning of a brand new musical journey for the duo. In the lead up to their debut album, this single will give you a small insight into what’s to come. Sitting at the nastier end of their vast musical spectrum, prepare to be brought into the sinisterly lit world of DC Breaks through their next offering ‘Arcade’ and ‘Creeper VIP’. Reminiscent of their earlier, heavy sound, it’s a production standard held tightly together with throw down hooks and hefty basslines.
Instantly recognizable, ‘Arcade’ is sure to set off both cyberspace and its baying electronic audience. Fans have been patiently waiting for its release, ever since it detonated its crowd at Glastonbury Festival last year. Winding up on crunching snare and quaking subs, its fluctuating bass notes take you down into the dark and dirty. A call to arms, ‘Arcade’ presents the buzzing energy of any late night drum & bass set. Proving the genre’s moody versatility, DC Breaks take you on a journey which moves you deeper with every sonic layer.
‘Creeper VIP’ takes on a track that’s already been making the club and festival circuits for years and offers up a rework. With more intense, flaming drum patterns but still featuring the same driving LFO of the original, DC Breaks flip a well-loved track on its head. An intimidating force, ‘Creeper VIP’ channels the same intensity yet has a more foreboding breakdown midway with different pitches, before gearing up once again for all-out anarchy. If you’re looking for the angrier side of DC Break’s discography, you’ve certainly found it on this flipside too. Despite the success of their vocal rollers, they’ve proved their ferocity still can’t be tamed.
An appetizer for what’s to come, DC Breaks have reaffirmed their heavyweight status.

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DC Breaks – Arcade

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Getting into the Halloween spirit, DC Breaks are unleashing two new terrifying slabs of bass. These heavyweight monsters have been biding their time in the producer’s digital record box, the beginning of a brand new musical journey for the duo. In the lead up to their debut album, this single will give you a small insight into what’s to come. Sitting at the nastier end of their vast musical spectrum, prepare to be brought into the sinisterly lit world of DC Breaks through their next offering ‘Arcade’ and ‘Creeper VIP’. Reminiscent of their earlier, heavy sound, it’s a production standard held tightly together with throw down hooks and hefty basslines.
Instantly recognizable, ‘Arcade’ is sure to set off both cyberspace and its baying electronic audience. Fans have been patiently waiting for its release, ever since it detonated its crowd at Glastonbury Festival last year. Winding up on crunching snare and quaking subs, its fluctuating bass notes take you down into the dark and dirty. A call to arms, ‘Arcade’ presents the buzzing energy of any late night drum & bass set. Proving the genre’s moody versatility, DC Breaks take you on a journey which moves you deeper with every sonic layer.
‘Creeper VIP’ takes on a track that’s already been making the club and festival circuits for years and offers up a rework. With more intense, flaming drum patterns but still featuring the same driving LFO of the original, DC Breaks flip a well-loved track on its head. An intimidating force, ‘Creeper VIP’ channels the same intensity yet has a more foreboding breakdown midway with different pitches, before gearing up once again for all-out anarchy. If you’re looking for the angrier side of DC Break’s discography, you’ve certainly found it on this flipside too. Despite the success of their vocal rollers, they’ve proved their ferocity still can’t be tamed.
An appetizer for what’s to come, DC Breaks have reaffirmed their heavyweight status.

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Teddy Killerz & Icicle – Louder

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Since its inception, the ‘Killer Squad EP’ was going to be undeniably huge. Featuring some of the most resounding names across drum & bass, it’s a meeting of titans bringing together the scene’s most mind-breaking production standards. Using these collaborations to pedestal their extensive experience across all musical platforms, this EP is a monumental landmark for Teddy Killerz journey.
Up first, sees a return of the formidable Teddy Killerz and June Miller super group. Deviating from the sound of their last joint single release and demonstrating the vast repertoire they’re able to tap into, it’s a driving riddim which ducks, dives and dashes between breaks. Unrelenting with rave-style reece and a stocky baseline taking you forward, it’s the perfect starter for what’s yet to come.
‘Sputnik’ sees Teddy Killerz partner with historical figurehead Gridlok, who heads up this nitty roller underpinned with distorted bass and lofty stabs. Teddy Killerz bring their techy, crunching personality amongst systematic breakdowns and elevating beat patterns. Nefarious, yet ingeniously built, ‘Sputnik’ will take you into the morning’s earliest hours.
The merging of Teddy Killerz and Audio’s fearsome talent brings expected results, but they’re no less devastating. Flipped samples and clanking percussion dip between reverberating kick drum. Nastily slick, ‘Bugs’ is robotic in design and remorseless in its application.
Then comes the enormity of Icicle’s brooding, cleverly progressing dynamic for ‘Louder’, which rolls out next. It’s lumbering yet tight in its composition, proving the Eps versatility whilst also demonstrating why Teddy Killerz brought Icicle on board. Amongst chaotic pits of LFO, it’s stocky and clanking, adding more weight to the track listing.
The long awaited Annix collaboration announces itself. Angry, undiluted and the type of jump up which detonates any drum & bass, this fresh cut explodes on impact. Sophisticated yet littered with warbling synth and percussion which acts as a call to arms, it’s a dancefloor anthem for the globe most notorious spots.
And lastly, comes the Czech supernova Counterstrike. Well known for administrating a darkly eclectic style on the decks, he brings the same energy for ‘Horror Show’. Aptly named, your aural nerves are grated by its foreboding intro, launching you head first through a mix of pounding kick drum and distortion. A final gasp before its climatic ending, it’s ends the EP on ricocheting crescendo. The message is clear. Teddy Killerz are back, and they’ve brought with them a host of new toys to play with…

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Teddy Killerz & Annix – Leap Of Faith

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Since its inception, the ‘Killer Squad EP’ was going to be undeniably huge. Featuring some of the most resounding names across drum & bass, it’s a meeting of titans bringing together the scene’s most mind-breaking production standards. Using these collaborations to pedestal their extensive experience across all musical platforms, this EP is a monumental landmark for Teddy Killerz journey.
Up first, sees a return of the formidable Teddy Killerz and June Miller super group. Deviating from the sound of their last joint single release and demonstrating the vast repertoire they’re able to tap into, it’s a driving riddim which ducks, dives and dashes between breaks. Unrelenting with rave-style reece and a stocky baseline taking you forward, it’s the perfect starter for what’s yet to come.
‘Sputnik’ sees Teddy Killerz partner with historical figurehead Gridlok, who heads up this nitty roller underpinned with distorted bass and lofty stabs. Teddy Killerz bring their techy, crunching personality amongst systematic breakdowns and elevating beat patterns. Nefarious, yet ingeniously built, ‘Sputnik’ will take you into the morning’s earliest hours.
The merging of Teddy Killerz and Audio’s fearsome talent brings expected results, but they’re no less devastating. Flipped samples and clanking percussion dip between reverberating kick drum. Nastily slick, ‘Bugs’ is robotic in design and remorseless in its application.
Then comes the enormity of Icicle’s brooding, cleverly progressing dynamic for ‘Louder’, which rolls out next. It’s lumbering yet tight in its composition, proving the Eps versatility whilst also demonstrating why Teddy Killerz brought Icicle on board. Amongst chaotic pits of LFO, it’s stocky and clanking, adding more weight to the track listing.
The long awaited Annix collaboration announces itself. Angry, undiluted and the type of jump up which detonates any drum & bass, this fresh cut explodes on impact. Sophisticated yet littered with warbling synth and percussion which acts as a call to arms, it’s a dancefloor anthem for the globe most notorious spots.
And lastly, comes the Czech supernova Counterstrike. Well known for administrating a darkly eclectic style on the decks, he brings the same energy for ‘Horror Show’. Aptly named, your aural nerves are grated by its foreboding intro, launching you head first through a mix of pounding kick drum and distortion. A final gasp before its climatic ending, it’s ends the EP on ricocheting crescendo. The message is clear. Teddy Killerz are back, and they’ve brought with them a host of new toys to play with…

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Teddy Killerz & Gridlok – Sputnik

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Since its inception, the ‘Killer Squad EP’ was going to be undeniably huge. Featuring some of the most resounding names across drum & bass, it’s a meeting of titans bringing together the scene’s most mind-breaking production standards. Using these collaborations to pedestal their extensive experience across all musical platforms, this EP is a monumental landmark for Teddy Killerz journey.
Up first, sees a return of the formidable Teddy Killerz and June Miller super group. Deviating from the sound of their last joint single release and demonstrating the vast repertoire they’re able to tap into, it’s a driving riddim which ducks, dives and dashes between breaks. Unrelenting with rave-style reece and a stocky baseline taking you forward, it’s the perfect starter for what’s yet to come.
‘Sputnik’ sees Teddy Killerz partner with historical figurehead Gridlok, who heads up this nitty roller underpinned with distorted bass and lofty stabs. Teddy Killerz bring their techy, crunching personality amongst systematic breakdowns and elevating beat patterns. Nefarious, yet ingeniously built, ‘Sputnik’ will take you into the morning’s earliest hours.
The merging of Teddy Killerz and Audio’s fearsome talent brings expected results, but they’re no less devastating. Flipped samples and clanking percussion dip between reverberating kick drum. Nastily slick, ‘Bugs’ is robotic in design and remorseless in its application.
Then comes the enormity of Icicle’s brooding, cleverly progressing dynamic for ‘Louder’, which rolls out next. It’s lumbering yet tight in its composition, proving the Eps versatility whilst also demonstrating why Teddy Killerz brought Icicle on board. Amongst chaotic pits of LFO, it’s stocky and clanking, adding more weight to the track listing.
The long awaited Annix collaboration announces itself. Angry, undiluted and the type of jump up which detonates any drum & bass, this fresh cut explodes on impact. Sophisticated yet littered with warbling synth and percussion which acts as a call to arms, it’s a dancefloor anthem for the globe most notorious spots.
And lastly, comes the Czech supernova Counterstrike. Well known for administrating a darkly eclectic style on the decks, he brings the same energy for ‘Horror Show’. Aptly named, your aural nerves are grated by its foreboding intro, launching you head first through a mix of pounding kick drum and distortion. A final gasp before its climatic ending, it’s ends the EP on ricocheting crescendo. The message is clear. Teddy Killerz are back, and they’ve brought with them a host of new toys to play with…

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Teddy Killerz & Audio – Bugs

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Since its inception, the ‘Killer Squad EP’ was going to be undeniably huge. Featuring some of the most resounding names across drum & bass, it’s a meeting of titans bringing together the scene’s most mind-breaking production standards. Using these collaborations to pedestal their extensive experience across all musical platforms, this EP is a monumental landmark for Teddy Killerz journey.
Up first, sees a return of the formidable Teddy Killerz and June Miller super group. Deviating from the sound of their last joint single release and demonstrating the vast repertoire they’re able to tap into, it’s a driving riddim which ducks, dives and dashes between breaks. Unrelenting with rave-style reece and a stocky baseline taking you forward, it’s the perfect starter for what’s yet to come.
‘Sputnik’ sees Teddy Killerz partner with historical figurehead Gridlok, who heads up this nitty roller underpinned with distorted bass and lofty stabs. Teddy Killerz bring their techy, crunching personality amongst systematic breakdowns and elevating beat patterns. Nefarious, yet ingeniously built, ‘Sputnik’ will take you into the morning’s earliest hours.
The merging of Teddy Killerz and Audio’s fearsome talent brings expected results, but they’re no less devastating. Flipped samples and clanking percussion dip between reverberating kick drum. Nastily slick, ‘Bugs’ is robotic in design and remorseless in its application.
Then comes the enormity of Icicle’s brooding, cleverly progressing dynamic for ‘Louder’, which rolls out next. It’s lumbering yet tight in its composition, proving the Eps versatility whilst also demonstrating why Teddy Killerz brought Icicle on board. Amongst chaotic pits of LFO, it’s stocky and clanking, adding more weight to the track listing.
The long awaited Annix collaboration announces itself. Angry, undiluted and the type of jump up which detonates any drum & bass, this fresh cut explodes on impact. Sophisticated yet littered with warbling synth and percussion which acts as a call to arms, it’s a dancefloor anthem for the globe most notorious spots.
And lastly, comes the Czech supernova Counterstrike. Well known for administrating a darkly eclectic style on the decks, he brings the same energy for ‘Horror Show’. Aptly named, your aural nerves are grated by its foreboding intro, launching you head first through a mix of pounding kick drum and distortion. A final gasp before its climatic ending, it’s ends the EP on ricocheting crescendo. The message is clear. Teddy Killerz are back, and they’ve brought with them a host of new toys to play with…

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Frankee – Love & Peace

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Frankee has stood as one of the most hotly tipped producers on Ram’s roster, catapulting himself onto the scene with aggressive and divisive dancefloor slayers. However, having two decades within the game already notched on his musical bed post, the producer has cemented himself within the genre’s trophy cabinet. And he’s returning after a brief hiatus with two brand new pieces of sonic artwork to take you into Summer’s final months; a farewell to the festival stages his anthems have been played from.
Receiving support from Ram’s head honcho Andy C, who’s pedestalled his sound since it was first discovered by the revered veteran, and radio tastemakers alike, Frankee has a firm history behind him with previous releases. His next single ‘Clap Your Hands’ and ‘Love & Peace’ present two immensely different tracks which epitomize why Frankee’s music has garnered such a backing, whilst exposing the polar opposites of his sound. Whether you were looking for the pounding, bassline driven layers of ‘Drop it Low’ or the more ethereal, heart-felt vibe of his Loadstar ‘Away’ remix, this single channels both sides of the coin.
Your first introduction to Frankee’s return is via ‘Clap Your Hands’, once again platforming the sub-driven records he’s famed for. Building up into a cascading drop whilst grinding LFO provides the steps, it’s difficult not to be pulled in by its relentless beats and quick-fire drum patterns. With metallic vocal samples adding encouragement between each segment, Frankee is back and carrying the weaponry which made him so dangerous behind the decks.
On the reverse, ‘Love and Peace’ adds another dimension, not only proving Frankee’s production capabilities, but also a contrast in musical attitudes. Natural yet still synthetic, it brings together shaking percussion and female vocals in a way that curtails both the light and dark shades of his skillset. A blissful liquid roller that carries itself from start to finish, it features nostalgic breaks whilst keeping a mechanical continuity.
This next output proves Frankee is back… And just like before, he’s demonstrating why he’s become a quintessential part in people’s libraries.

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Frankee – Clap Your Hands

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Frankee has stood as one of the most hotly tipped producers on Ram’s roster, catapulting himself onto the scene with aggressive and divisive dancefloor slayers. However, having two decades within the game already notched on his musical bed post, the producer has cemented himself within the genre’s trophy cabinet. And he’s returning after a brief hiatus with two brand new pieces of sonic artwork to take you into Summer’s final months; a farewell to the festival stages his anthems have been played from.
Receiving support from Ram’s head honcho Andy C, who’s pedestalled his sound since it was first discovered by the revered veteran, and radio tastemakers alike, Frankee has a firm history behind him with previous releases. His next single ‘Clap Your Hands’ and ‘Love & Peace’ present two immensely different tracks which epitomize why Frankee’s music has garnered such a backing, whilst exposing the polar opposites of his sound. Whether you were looking for the pounding, bassline driven layers of ‘Drop it Low’ or the more ethereal, heart-felt vibe of his Loadstar ‘Away’ remix, this single channels both sides of the coin.
Your first introduction to Frankee’s return is via ‘Clap Your Hands’, once again platforming the sub-driven records he’s famed for. Building up into a cascading drop whilst grinding LFO provides the steps, it’s difficult not to be pulled in by its relentless beats and quick-fire drum patterns. With metallic vocal samples adding encouragement between each segment, Frankee is back and carrying the weaponry which made him so dangerous behind the decks.
On the reverse, ‘Love and Peace’ adds another dimension, not only proving Frankee’s production capabilities, but also a contrast in musical attitudes. Natural yet still synthetic, it brings together shaking percussion and female vocals in a way that curtails both the light and dark shades of his skillset. A blissful liquid roller that carries itself from start to finish, it features nostalgic breaks whilst keeping a mechanical continuity.
This next output proves Frankee is back… And just like before, he’s demonstrating why he’s become a quintessential part in people’s libraries.

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Teddy Killerz & June Miller – Outer Space

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Since its inception, the ‘Killer Squad EP’ was going to be undeniably huge. Featuring some of the most resounding names across drum & bass, it’s a meeting of titans bringing together the scene’s most mind-breaking production standards. Using these collaborations to pedestal their extensive experience across all musical platforms, this EP is a monumental landmark for Teddy Killerz journey.
Up first, sees a return of the formidable Teddy Killerz and June Miller super group. Deviating from the sound of their last joint single release and demonstrating the vast repertoire they’re able to tap into, it’s a driving riddim which ducks, dives and dashes between breaks. Unrelenting with rave-style reece and a stocky baseline taking you forward, it’s the perfect starter for what’s yet to come.
‘Sputnik’ sees Teddy Killerz partner with historical figurehead Gridlok, who heads up this nitty roller underpinned with distorted bass and lofty stabs. Teddy Killerz bring their techy, crunching personality amongst systematic breakdowns and elevating beat patterns. Nefarious, yet ingeniously built, ‘Sputnik’ will take you into the morning’s earliest hours.
The merging of Teddy Killerz and Audio’s fearsome talent brings expected results, but they’re no less devastating. Flipped samples and clanking percussion dip between reverberating kick drum. Nastily slick, ‘Bugs’ is robotic in design and remorseless in its application.
Then comes the enormity of Icicle’s brooding, cleverly progressing dynamic for ‘Louder’, which rolls out next. It’s lumbering yet tight in its composition, proving the Eps versatility whilst also demonstrating why Teddy Killerz brought Icicle on board. Amongst chaotic pits of LFO, it’s stocky and clanking, adding more weight to the track listing.
The long awaited Annix collaboration announces itself. Angry, undiluted and the type of jump up which detonates any drum & bass, this fresh cut explodes on impact. Sophisticated yet littered with warbling synth and percussion which acts as a call to arms, it’s a dancefloor anthem for the globe most notorious spots.
And lastly, comes the Czech supernova Counterstrike. Well known for administrating a darkly eclectic style on the decks, he brings the same energy for ‘Horror Show’. Aptly named, your aural nerves are grated by its foreboding intro, launching you head first through a mix of pounding kick drum and distortion. A final gasp before its climatic ending, it’s ends the EP on ricocheting crescendo. The message is clear. Teddy Killerz are back, and they’ve brought with them a host of new toys to play with…

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June Miller – Spin test

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The world’s biggest drum & bass festival is approaching and with it comes some of the scene’s most formidable imprints. With over two decades of experience, Ram has heralded the genre since its inception. And this year, they’ll be taking over the insanely engineered Factory stage with a line up like no other, featuring the heaviest names across their roster.

In celebration of their stage takeover, the imprint has provided four fresh cuts to whet your appetite. In association with the festival, they’ve picked a host of names to provide a soundtrack to your summer.

Up first comes the long awaited release of Calyx & TeeBee’s ‘Get it Twisted’. Following the runaway success of their 2nd LP on Ram, this is a welcome follow up, with reverberating LFO which flicks between the vocal talents of Calyx himself. Proving they’re kingpins of the game, there’s no better way to reintroduce you to Ram’s most resounding veterans.

Then the monumental collaboration between Rene LaVice and Current Value rolls out next. A pairing seldom seen, they bring together two varying styles that merge to create something both irrevocably huge and drivingly dynamic. With Rene’s tell-tale production standard merged with the gritty, tech-infused sounds of Current Value, ‘Calm the Fuck Down’ is anything but a wind down.

June Miller’s slice of stabbing bass ‘Spin Test’ is exactly what you’d expect; ingenious in its design, with pounding drum loops amongst a tightly knit composition. A duo who come with no apologies, they’ve been on the genre’s forefront since with debut ‘Robots & Romans’ LP, and this next output proves they’re here to stay.

Changing the tone slightly is Ram Records guest Madface, who once again teams up with Janine Small for a stunning vocal number that provides a lighter hue. Soft pads and vocal crescendos bring you deep into the mix, demonstrating Madface’s ability to encapsulate the versatile sounds of the spectrum’s lighter end.

So, let Ram take you into Prague this summer… As the countdown is on until this year’s biggest drum & bass festival detonates subs and ear drums globally.

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