Abstr4ct – ‘Overflow’

Abstr4ct – ‘Overflow’

The RAM crew first knew Abstr4ct’s presence back in 2013 with his remix of Loadstar’s ‘Dr. Karg’ from their ‘Future Perfect’ LP, which also featured on Andy C’s ‘Nightlife 6’ compilation. Honing his craft since then, the Brazilian producer debuts two original works on ProgRAM.
 
‘Busy’ doesn’t give you much time to introduce itself: an electro synth note rises then collapses into a snarling, growling bassline. It comes underpinned by minimalist percussive elements and guttural, pitched down vocal snippets. ‘Overflow’ keeps things pared down to the basics – a stripped back roller. The bass and atmospherics do most of the work here, creating a deep cut with a techy edge.
 
Harvesting talent is something ProgRAM prides itself upon and Abstr4ct is definitely one to keep an eye on. ‘Busy’ and ‘Overflow’ provide further evidence that it’s all about getting with the ProgRAM.  
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Abstr4ct – ‘Busy’

Abstr4ct – ‘Busy’

The RAM crew first knew Abstr4ct’s presence back in 2013 with his remix of Loadstar’s ‘Dr. Karg’ from their ‘Future Perfect’ LP, which also featured on Andy C’s ‘Nightlife 6’ compilation. Honing his craft since then, the Brazilian producer debuts two original works on ProgRAM.
 
‘Busy’ doesn’t give you much time to introduce itself: an electro synth note rises then collapses into a snarling, growling bassline. It comes underpinned by minimalist percussive elements and guttural, pitched down vocal snippets. ‘Overflow’ keeps things pared down to the basics – a stripped back roller. The bass and atmospherics do most of the work here, creating a deep cut with a techy edge.
 
Harvesting talent is something ProgRAM prides itself upon and Abstr4ct is definitely one to keep an eye on. ‘Busy’ and ‘Overflow’ provide further evidence that it’s all about getting with the ProgRAM.  
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MD ft. BLUE JAY – ‘Spacetime’

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June Miller
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Few acts showcase drum & bass’s exciting creative scope with the same skillish vibrancy as June Miller.

Since signing to Ram Records a year ago, the Dutch/Anglo duo have locked themselves away in their Utrecht HQ working on a series of mindblowing creations. Deep in sonic solitude, they’ve pushed themselves to whole new levels… As proved by the stunning ‘Empathy’ and ‘Operation Ivy’. Both pivotal tracks on Andy C’s explosively extensive ‘Nightlife 6’ opus, these cuts represent June Miller’s chiselled production skills like never before.

We kick off with ‘Empathy’. Igniting with a surging sense of soul, the unity of timeless synths and spellbinding vocals set a smouldering scene that’s suddenly shattered into gnarled fragments when the drop lands. An overwhelming bass riff scuffs across the blistering breakbeats to create a thunderous groove. Instant riot material, this has been tried and tested by Andy C since the summer, each airing causing unparalleled commotion in its wake.

‘Operation Ivy’ complements the carnage perfectly. A jittering, snake-like roller with deep funk coded into every element, everything about this pristine precision piece is designed to get the floor wriggling. From the crisp digi slap bass to the strident, spacious drum dynamics and textured rhythmic stabs, this is an impeccable example of how measured and meticulous drum & bass production standards are when they’re in the right hands.

Two outstanding cuts from one of the scene’s most forward-thinking, accomplished acts, two representations of how far-reaching and creative drum & bass can be: June Miller have an incredible year ahead of them. And it starts right here.

DJ Support:

Chase & Status, Sub Focus, Doctor P, Dillinja, DJ Hype, Zeds Dead, Hazard, Crissy Criss, Rene LaVice, Loadstar, Mind Vortex, Drumsound & Bassline Smith, Spectrasoul, Dub Phizix, Taxman, Cutline.

“Good Tunes” – Sub Focus
“Love the soul vibes” – Dillinja
“June Miller never fail to amaze” – Cutline
“Operation Ivy is the one for me, big up guys” – S.P.Y

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MD – ‘CriNimal’

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June Miller
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Few acts showcase drum & bass’s exciting creative scope with the same skillish vibrancy as June Miller.

Since signing to Ram Records a year ago, the Dutch/Anglo duo have locked themselves away in their Utrecht HQ working on a series of mindblowing creations. Deep in sonic solitude, they’ve pushed themselves to whole new levels… As proved by the stunning ‘Empathy’ and ‘Operation Ivy’. Both pivotal tracks on Andy C’s explosively extensive ‘Nightlife 6’ opus, these cuts represent June Miller’s chiselled production skills like never before.

We kick off with ‘Empathy’. Igniting with a surging sense of soul, the unity of timeless synths and spellbinding vocals set a smouldering scene that’s suddenly shattered into gnarled fragments when the drop lands. An overwhelming bass riff scuffs across the blistering breakbeats to create a thunderous groove. Instant riot material, this has been tried and tested by Andy C since the summer, each airing causing unparalleled commotion in its wake.

‘Operation Ivy’ complements the carnage perfectly. A jittering, snake-like roller with deep funk coded into every element, everything about this pristine precision piece is designed to get the floor wriggling. From the crisp digi slap bass to the strident, spacious drum dynamics and textured rhythmic stabs, this is an impeccable example of how measured and meticulous drum & bass production standards are when they’re in the right hands.

Two outstanding cuts from one of the scene’s most forward-thinking, accomplished acts, two representations of how far-reaching and creative drum & bass can be: June Miller have an incredible year ahead of them. And it starts right here.

DJ Support:

Chase & Status, Sub Focus, Doctor P, Dillinja, DJ Hype, Zeds Dead, Hazard, Crissy Criss, Rene LaVice, Loadstar, Mind Vortex, Drumsound & Bassline Smith, Spectrasoul, Dub Phizix, Taxman, Cutline.

“Good Tunes” – Sub Focus
“Love the soul vibes” – Dillinja
“June Miller never fail to amaze” – Cutline
“Operation Ivy is the one for me, big up guys” – S.P.Y

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Mefjus – If I Could (Loadstar Remix)

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10 SHIMON & ANDY C RECHARGE BENNY L REMIX v3 FINAL Flat

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June Miller
A: Empathy AA: Operation Ivy

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Few acts showcase drum & bass’s exciting creative scope with the same skillish vibrancy as June Miller.

Since signing to Ram Records a year ago, the Dutch/Anglo duo have locked themselves away in their Utrecht HQ working on a series of mindblowing creations. Deep in sonic solitude, they’ve pushed themselves to whole new levels… As proved by the stunning ‘Empathy’ and ‘Operation Ivy’. Both pivotal tracks on Andy C’s explosively extensive ‘Nightlife 6’ opus, these cuts represent June Miller’s chiselled production skills like never before.

We kick off with ‘Empathy’. Igniting with a surging sense of soul, the unity of timeless synths and spellbinding vocals set a smouldering scene that’s suddenly shattered into gnarled fragments when the drop lands. An overwhelming bass riff scuffs across the blistering breakbeats to create a thunderous groove. Instant riot material, this has been tried and tested by Andy C since the summer, each airing causing unparalleled commotion in its wake.

‘Operation Ivy’ complements the carnage perfectly. A jittering, snake-like roller with deep funk coded into every element, everything about this pristine precision piece is designed to get the floor wriggling. From the crisp digi slap bass to the strident, spacious drum dynamics and textured rhythmic stabs, this is an impeccable example of how measured and meticulous drum & bass production standards are when they’re in the right hands.

Two outstanding cuts from one of the scene’s most forward-thinking, accomplished acts, two representations of how far-reaching and creative drum & bass can be: June Miller have an incredible year ahead of them. And it starts right here.

DJ Support:

Chase & Status, Sub Focus, Doctor P, Dillinja, DJ Hype, Zeds Dead, Hazard, Crissy Criss, Rene LaVice, Loadstar, Mind Vortex, Drumsound & Bassline Smith, Spectrasoul, Dub Phizix, Taxman, Cutline.

“Good Tunes” – Sub Focus
“Love the soul vibes” – Dillinja
“June Miller never fail to amaze” – Cutline
“Operation Ivy is the one for me, big up guys” – S.P.Y

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Loadstar – Encarta

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Having also remixed the likes of Ed Sheeran, Rudimental, Noisia, Breakage, Chase & Status and Wolfgang Gartner, Loadstar uphold regimented production standards. This is something which is clear throughout their discography. Whether it’s for daytime radio airplay, or the murkiest corners of the globe, each veteran commands a musical scope which dwarfs many of their counterparts.
Your first reintroduction to Loadstar’s vast repertoire is vocal roller ‘Native’. Blending the track’s more humanistic elements against the fire of rapid drums and the underlay of piano arpeggios, it exposes a softer composition style which is still vastly intricate. Still dropping on impact, led by peaking voice notes, the bassline begins to distort, demonstrating a darker underbelly. Yet again the duo masters of their craft; Xample and Lomax demonstrate their skyscraper standards which have withheld against the test of time.
On the flipside, the producers dive you head first through a chasm of pounding bass. A driving riddim which juxtaposes the A-side perfectly, ‘Once Again’ is snappy, unapologetic and a track which is set to ignite any festival with the movement of feet. It embodies Loadstar’s Mr. Hyde – it screams the same pent up aggression as ‘Warrior’ and leaves behind just as much destruction.
A record to reaffirm their versatility, this marks a reunion which will send cyberspace and the musical realm into turmoil. Loadstar are back and in their wake stands two tracks as formidable as the artists’ longstanding reputation.

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Loadstar – Change the Channel

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The return of Loadstar has been marked with heightened anticipation… But looking at their extensive history, there’s no denying their heritage and status within the drum & bass genre. Following the success of their debut ‘Future Perfect’ album, as well as their monumental live shows and kicking off the RamLife compilation in spectacular fashion, the Loadstar legacy is about to hit another milestone.

Having also remixed the likes of Ed Sheeran, Rudimental, Noisia, Breakage, Chase & Status and Wolfgang Gartner, Loadstar uphold regimented production standards. This is something which is clear throughout their discography. Whether it’s for daytime radio airplay, or the murkiest corners of the globe, each veteran commands a musical scope which dwarfs many of their counterparts.
Your first reintroduction to Loadstar’s vast repertoire is vocal roller ‘Native’. Blending the track’s more humanistic elements against the fire of rapid drums and the underlay of piano arpeggios, it exposes a softer composition style which is still vastly intricate. Still dropping on impact, led by peaking voice notes, the bassline begins to distort, demonstrating a darker underbelly. Yet again the duo masters of their craft; Xample and Lomax demonstrate their skyscraper standards which have withheld against the test of time.
On the flipside, the producers dive you head first through a chasm of pounding bass. A driving riddim which juxtaposes the A-side perfectly, ‘Once Again’ is snappy, unapologetic and a track which is set to ignite any festival with the movement of feet. It embodies Loadstar’s Mr. Hyde – it screams the same pent up aggression as ‘Warrior’ and leaves behind just as much destruction.
A record to reaffirm their versatility, this marks a reunion which will send cyberspace and the musical realm into turmoil. Loadstar are back and in their wake stands two tracks as formidable as the artists’ longstanding reputation.

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Loadstar – On The Wheels

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Well known for their vast repertoire of production, Loadstar return to form with two dynamic cuts that explode and ricochet on impact. Although, what else can you expect from a duo about to embark on a series of tour dates taking them across the biggest festivals this summer, including the legendary Glastonbury.
Rolling out first is ‘Red Rock’, a gritty, pounding dancefloor anthem sure to feature it sets globally. Snappy, with throbbing subs which reverberate throughout the mix, it serves as the perfect reintroduction to Loadstar’s grittier side. Snippets of recognisable sample serve as a foreboding intro, before unleashing a sensory assault following the first drop. One of their most aggressive outputs since ‘Warrior’ and recent release ‘Once Again’, they’re back and as nasty as ever.
On the flipside, ‘On the Wheels’ presents something vastly different. An intricate piece of musicianship which switches down the fierceness yet still holds a powerful composition, you’re drawn into the vast spectrum of sound that Loadstar are able to tap into. Slipping into a distorted bassline which adds a stockier element midway through, it’s driving, commanding but also holds the producers musical abilities and exposes their lighter side.
So here’s to another single from Loadstar, adding to an already impressive discography, one they’ve been crafting since their debut ‘Future Perfect’ LP. Loadstar are still going strong after decades of history between them, epitomising why they’re still held as legendary within the drum & bass genre.

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Loadstar – Lifeline

Beautiful vocal-driven track from Loadstar, forthcoming on RAM Records on the 5th of February alongside the flipside ‘Switch’.

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Xample Feat. Lomax – Contra #RamRewind

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Ahead of their brand new single out 28/08/15, this week’s Ram Rewind is from none other than label stalwarts and veterans Lomax and Xample.

Now known by their joint alias Loadstar, this tune still goes off in clubs today, with ‘Contra’ standing as a resounding part of the Ram Records discography.

Make sure you grab ‘Native’, premiered by Mistajam on 1xtra and available to buy From Friday 28th August!

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Loadstar – Native

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Loadstar
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The return of Loadstar has been marked with heightened anticipation… But looking at their extensive history, there’s no denying their heritage and status within the drum & bass genre. Following the success of their debut ‘Future Perfect’ album, as well as their monumental live shows and kicking off the RamLife compilation in spectacular fashion, the Loadstar legacy is about to hit another milestone.

Having also remixed the likes of Ed Sheeran, Rudimental, Noisia, Breakage, Chase & Status and Wolfgang Gartner, Loadstar uphold regimented production standards. This is something which is clear throughout their discography. Whether it’s for daytime radio airplay, or the murkiest corners of the globe, each veteran commands a musical scope which dwarfs many of their counterparts.
Your first reintroduction to Loadstar’s vast repertoire is vocal roller ‘Native’. Blending the track’s more humanistic elements against the fire of rapid drums and the underlay of piano arpeggios, it exposes a softer composition style which is still vastly intricate. Still dropping on impact, led by peaking voice notes, the bassline begins to distort, demonstrating a darker underbelly. Yet again the duo masters of their craft; Xample and Lomax demonstrate their skyscraper standards which have withheld against the test of time.
On the flipside, the producers dive you head first through a chasm of pounding bass. A driving riddim which juxtaposes the A-side perfectly, ‘Once Again’ is snappy, unapologetic and a track which is set to ignite any festival with the movement of feet. It embodies Loadstar’s Mr. Hyde – it screams the same pent up aggression as ‘Warrior’ and leaves behind just as much destruction.
A record to reaffirm their versatility, this marks a reunion which will send cyberspace and the musical realm into turmoil. Loadstar are back and in their wake stands two tracks as formidable as the artists’ longstanding reputation.

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Loadstar – Once Again

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Loadstar
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The return of Loadstar has been marked with heightened anticipation… But looking at their extensive history, there’s no denying their heritage and status within the drum & bass genre. Following the success of their debut ‘Future Perfect’ album, as well as their monumental live shows and kicking off the RamLife compilation in spectacular fashion, the Loadstar legacy is about to hit another milestone.

Having also remixed the likes of Ed Sheeran, Rudimental, Noisia, Breakage, Chase & Status and Wolfgang Gartner, Loadstar uphold regimented production standards. This is something which is clear throughout their discography. Whether it’s for daytime radio airplay, or the murkiest corners of the globe, each veteran commands a musical scope which dwarfs many of their counterparts.
Your first reintroduction to Loadstar’s vast repertoire is vocal roller ‘Native’. Blending the track’s more humanistic elements against the fire of rapid drums and the underlay of piano arpeggios, it exposes a softer composition style which is still vastly intricate. Still dropping on impact, led by peaking voice notes, the bassline begins to distort, demonstrating a darker underbelly. Yet again the duo masters of their craft; Xample and Lomax demonstrate their skyscraper standards which have withheld against the test of time.
On the flipside, the producers dive you head first through a chasm of pounding bass. A driving riddim which juxtaposes the A-side perfectly, ‘Once Again’ is snappy, unapologetic and a track which is set to ignite any festival with the movement of feet. It embodies Loadstar’s Mr. Hyde – it screams the same pent up aggression as ‘Warrior’ and leaves behind just as much destruction.
A record to reaffirm their versatility, this marks a reunion which will send cyberspace and the musical realm into turmoil. Loadstar are back and in their wake stands two tracks as formidable as the artists’ longstanding reputation.

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Mob Tactics – Frenzy (RAMLIFE Exclusive)

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2014 stands as a defining moment for the RAM Records imprint. Not only did it announce the pivotal signing of artists like Audio, Teddy Killerz and Bensley but they also oversaw the birth of compilation series RAMLife hosted by Loadstar. Even in its first form, it contained nearly every essential release the last twelve months had to offer.

But this year, RAMLife is taking you into deeper and murkier dimensions. Having already flexed his production muscle on the ricocheting, four-track ‘Nil by Mouth’ EP, as well as his first visual debut in the music video for ‘Heads Up’, it’s now time for Audio to cut open and expose his musical psyche.

Including some of the most aggressive, technically adept and prominent artists the genre has to offer, including Bad Company, Optiv & BTK and Noisia to name a few, no stone goes unturned for the album’s entirety. Audio also throws bass-fuelled bullets in the form of exclusives, with explosive VIPs that have yet to be released.

The brand new cut ‘Foodchain’ from Audio sets a theme which is prevalent throughout all 27 tracks. Uncompromising yet diligently crafted, it leads you into a freight train of musicality which holds you hostage from start to finish. Zipping through to the mechanical composition of Mefjus’ ‘Brainwork’, all the way back to Spor’s heavy-hitting ‘Bullet Time’ remix; this is a no holds barred exploration of the genre’s darker side.

But what can you expect from the man who garners such an explosive reputation across the club circuit? Audio brings his live personality into the whole album and accompanying mix; one that doesn’t let you pause for breath. They’re a collection of tracks that’ll leave an atomic bomb sized impression inside the community, which further solidifies his reputation as an ever- growing, unstoppable goliath.

1. RAMLife Mixed by Audio
2. Audio – Foodchain – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
3. Optiv & BTK – Let It Hit ‘Em VIP – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
4. Mampi Swift – Truth Hurts – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
5. DC Breaks – Swag (Audio Remix) – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
6. Original Sin – Labyrinth
7. Bad Company & Trace – Nitrous
8. Cause 4 Concern – Peepshow (Audio Remix)
9. Gridlok – Insecticide VIP – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
10. Audio – Break It
11. Signs – Modulate – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
12. Ulterior Motive – Open Up
13. Mefjus – Dissuade
14. Ed Rush & Optical – Bacteria (Pendulum Remix)
15. Break – Strictly Entertainment
16. Noisia – Shaking Hands
17. Black Sun Empire – Breach (The Upbeats Remix)
18. Mobtactics – Frenzy – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
19. Neonlight – Heavy Bettie VIP – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
20. June Miller – Bad Brains
21. DC Breaks – Gambino
22. Bad Company UK – Bullet Time (Spor Remix)
23. June Miller & Mefjus – Saus
24. Black Sun Empire & State of Mind – Unconscious VIP – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
25. Audio – Ultron
26. Audio – Headroom VIP
27. Audio – Heads Up VIP – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)

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Audio – Heads Up VIP (RAMLIFE Exclusive)

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2014 stands as a defining moment for the RAM Records imprint. Not only did it announce the pivotal signing of artists like Audio, Teddy Killerz and Bensley but they also oversaw the birth of compilation series RAMLife hosted by Loadstar. Even in its first form, it contained nearly every essential release the last twelve months had to offer.

But this year, RAMLife is taking you into deeper and murkier dimensions. Having already flexed his production muscle on the ricocheting, four-track ‘Nil by Mouth’ EP, as well as his first visual debut in the music video for ‘Heads Up’, it’s now time for Audio to cut open and expose his musical psyche.

Including some of the most aggressive, technically adept and prominent artists the genre has to offer, including Bad Company, Optiv & BTK and Noisia to name a few, no stone goes unturned for the album’s entirety. Audio also throws bass-fuelled bullets in the form of exclusives, with explosive VIPs that have yet to be released.

But what can you expect from the man who garners such an explosive reputation across the club circuit? Audio brings his live personality into the whole album and accompanying mix; one that doesn’t let you pause for breath. They’re a collection of tracks that’ll leave an atomic bomb sized impression inside the community, which further solidifies his reputation as an ever- growing, unstoppable goliath.

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RAMLIFE – Audio – OUT 22.02.15

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
Audio presents RAMLife – Drum & Bass – 22.02.15 – Pre-Order on iTunes here:
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Or

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VARIOUS ARTISTS
‘Audio presents RAMlife Drum & Bass’
RAM RECORDS
RELEASED 22nd February

2014 stands as a defining moment for the RAM Records imprint. Not only did it announce the pivotal signing of artists like Audio, Teddy Killerz and Bensley but they also oversaw the birth of compilation series RAMLife hosted by Loadstar. Even in its first form, it contained nearly every essential release the last twelve months had to offer.

But this year, RAMLife is taking you into deeper and murkier dimensions. Having already flexed his production muscle on the ricocheting, four-track ‘Nil by Mouth’ EP, as well as his first visual debut in the music video for ‘Heads Up’, it’s now time for Audio to cut open and expose his musical psyche.

Including some of the most aggressive, technically adept and prominent artists the genre has to offer, including Bad Company, Optiv & BTK and Noisia to name a few, no stone goes unturned for the album’s entirety. Audio also throws bass-fuelled bullets in the form of exclusives, with explosive VIPs that have yet to be released.

The brand new cut ‘Foodchain’ from Audio sets a theme which is prevalent throughout all 27 tracks. Uncompromising yet diligently crafted, it leads you into a freight train of musicality which holds you hostage from start to finish. Zipping through to the mechanical composition of Mefjus’ ‘Brainwork’, all the way back to Spor’s heavy-hitting ‘Bullet Time’ remix; this is a no holds barred exploration of the genre’s darker side.

But what can you expect from the man who garners such an explosive reputation across the club circuit? Audio brings his live personality into the whole album and accompanying mix; one that doesn’t let you pause for breath. They’re a collection of tracks that’ll leave an atomic bomb sized impression inside the community, which further solidifies his reputation as an ever- growing, unstoppable goliath.

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RAM Website – http://ramrecords.com

Neonlight – Heavy Bettie VIP (RAMLIFE Exclusive)

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
Neonlight – Heavy Bettie VIP

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2014 stands as a defining moment for the RAM Records imprint. Not only did it announce the pivotal signing of artists like Audio, Teddy Killerz and Bensley but they also oversaw the birth of compilation series RAMLife hosted by Loadstar. Even in its first form, it contained nearly every essential release the last twelve months had to offer.

But this year, RAMLife is taking you into deeper and murkier dimensions. Having already flexed his production muscle on the ricocheting, four-track ‘Nil by Mouth’ EP, as well as his first visual debut in the music video for ‘Heads Up’, it’s now time for Audio to cut open and expose his musical psyche.

Including some of the most aggressive, technically adept and prominent artists the genre has to offer, including Bad Company, Optiv & BTK and Noisia to name a few, no stone goes unturned for the album’s entirety. Audio also throws bass-fuelled bullets in the form of exclusives, with explosive VIPs that have yet to be released.

The brand new cut ‘Foodchain’ from Audio sets a theme which is prevalent throughout all 27 tracks. Uncompromising yet diligently crafted, it leads you into a freight train of musicality which holds you hostage from start to finish. Zipping through to the mechanical composition of Mefjus’ ‘Brainwork’, all the way back to Spor’s heavy-hitting ‘Bullet Time’ remix; this is a no holds barred exploration of the genre’s darker side.

But what can you expect from the man who garners such an explosive reputation across the club circuit? Audio brings his live personality into the whole album and accompanying mix; one that doesn’t let you pause for breath. They’re a collection of tracks that’ll leave an atomic bomb sized impression inside the community, which further solidifies his reputation as an ever- growing, unstoppable goliath.

1. RAMLife Mixed by Audio
2. Audio – Foodchain – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
3. Optiv & BTK – Let It Hit ‘Em VIP – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
4. Mampi Swift – Truth Hurts – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
5. DC Breaks – Swag (Audio Remix) – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
6. Original Sin – Labyrinth
7. Bad Company & Trace – Nitrous
8. Cause 4 Concern – Peepshow (Audio Remix)
9. Gridlok – Insecticide VIP – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
10. Audio – Break It
11. Signs – Modulate – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
12. Ulterior Motive – Open Up
13. Mefjus – Dissuade
14. Ed Rush & Optical – Bacteria (Pendulum Remix)
15. Break – Strictly Entertainment
16. Noisia – Shaking Hands
17. Black Sun Empire – Breach (The Upbeats Remix)
18. Mobtactics – Frenzy – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
19. Neonlight – Heavy Bettie VIP – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
20. June Miller – Bad Brains
21. DC Breaks – Gambino
22. Bad Company UK – Bullet Time (Spor Remix)
23. June Miller & Mefjus – Saus
24. Black Sun Empire & State of Mind – Unconscious VIP – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
25. Audio – Ultron
26. Audio – Headroom VIP
27. Audio – Heads Up VIP – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)

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Signs – Modulate (RAMLIFE Exclusive)

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
Signs – Modulate – Pre-order RAMLife – po.st/AudioRAMLifeiT

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2014 stands as a defining moment for the RAM Records imprint. Not only did it announce the pivotal signing of artists like Audio, Teddy Killerz and Bensley but they also oversaw the birth of compilation series RAMLife hosted by Loadstar. Even in its first form, it contained nearly every essential release the last twelve months had to offer.

But this year, RAMLife is taking you into deeper and murkier dimensions. Having already flexed his production muscle on the ricocheting, four-track ‘Nil by Mouth’ EP, as well as his first visual debut in the music video for ‘Heads Up’, it’s now time for Audio to cut open and expose his musical psyche.

Including some of the most aggressive, technically adept and prominent artists the genre has to offer, including Bad Company, Optiv & BTK and Noisia to name a few, no stone goes unturned for the album’s entirety. Audio also throws bass-fuelled bullets in the form of exclusives, with explosive VIPs that have yet to be released.

The brand new cut ‘Foodchain’ from Audio sets a theme which is prevalent throughout all 27 tracks. Uncompromising yet diligently crafted, it leads you into a freight train of musicality which holds you hostage from start to finish. Zipping through to the mechanical composition of Mefjus’ ‘Brainwork’, all the way back to Spor’s heavy-hitting ‘Bullet Time’ remix; this is a no holds barred exploration of the genre’s darker side.

But what can you expect from the man who garners such an explosive reputation across the club circuit? Audio brings his live personality into the whole album and accompanying mix; one that doesn’t let you pause for breath. They’re a collection of tracks that’ll leave an atomic bomb sized impression inside the community, which further solidifies his reputation as an ever- growing, unstoppable goliath.

1. RAMLife Mixed by Audio
2. Audio – Foodchain – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
3. Optiv & BTK – Let It Hit ‘Em VIP – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
4. Mampi Swift – Truth Hurts – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
5. DC Breaks – Swag (Audio Remix) – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
6. Original Sin – Labyrinth
7. Bad Company & Trace – Nitrous
8. Cause 4 Concern – Peepshow (Audio Remix)
9. Gridlok – Insecticide VIP – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
10. Audio – Break It
11. Signs – Modulate – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
12. Ulterior Motive – Open Up
13. Mefjus – Dissuade
14. Ed Rush & Optical – Bacteria (Pendulum Remix)
15. Break – Strictly Entertainment
16. Noisia – Shaking Hands
17. Black Sun Empire – Breach (The Upbeats Remix)
18. Mobtactics – Frenzy – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
19. Neonlight – Heavy Bettie VIP – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
20. June Miller – Bad Brains
21. DC Breaks – Gambino
22. Bad Company UK – Bullet Time (Spor Remix)
23. June Miller & Mefjus – Saus
24. Black Sun Empire & State of Mind – Unconscious VIP – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)
25. Audio – Ultron
26. Audio – Headroom VIP
27. Audio – Heads Up VIP – (RAMLIFE Exclusive)

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Audio – Foodchain (RAMLIFE Exclusive)

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
Audio – Foodchain – Pre-order RAMLife and get Audio – Foodchain now – po.st/AudioRAMLifeiT

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2014 stands as a defining moment for the RAM Records imprint. Not only did it announce the pivotal signing of artists like Audio, Teddy Killerz and Bensley but they also oversaw the birth of compilation series RAMLife hosted by Loadstar. Even in its first form, it contained nearly every essential release the last twelve months had to offer.

But this year, RAMLife is taking you into deeper and murkier dimensions. Having already flexed his production muscle on the ricocheting, four-track ‘Nil by Mouth’ EP, as well as his first visual debut in the music video for ‘Heads Up’, it’s now time for Audio to cut open and expose his musical psyche.

Including some of the most aggressive, technically adept and prominent artists the genre has to offer, including Bad Company, Optiv & BTK and Noisia to name a few, no stone goes unturned for the album’s entirety. Audio also throws bass-fuelled bullets in the form of exclusives, with explosive VIPs that have yet to be released.

The brand new cut ‘Foodchain’ from Audio sets a theme which is prevalent throughout all 27 tracks. Uncompromising yet diligently crafted, it leads you into a freight train of musicality which holds you hostage from start to finish. Zipping through to the mechanical composition of Mefjus’ ‘Brainwork’, all the way back to Spor’s heavy-hitting ‘Bullet Time’ remix; this is a no holds barred exploration of the genre’s darker side.

But what can you expect from the man who garners such an explosive reputation across the club circuit? Audio brings his live personality into the whole album and accompanying mix; one that doesn’t let you pause for breath. They’re a collection of tracks that’ll leave an atomic bomb sized impression inside the community, which further solidifies his reputation as an ever- growing, unstoppable goliath.

po.st/AudioRAMLifeiT

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RAM Website – http://ramrecords.com

#RamLife Announcement

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
#RamLife Announcement 16.01.15 –

Pre-Order here: http://po.st/AudioRAMLifeiT

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2014 stands as a defining moment for the RAM Records imprint. Not only did it announce the pivotal signing of artists like Audio, Teddy Killerz and Bensley but they also oversaw the birth of compilation series RAMLife hosted by Loadstar. Even in its first form, it contained nearly every essential release the last twelve months had to offer.

But this year, RAMLife is taking you into deeper and murkier dimensions. Having already flexed his production muscle on the ricocheting, four-track ‘Nil by Mouth’ EP, as well as his first visual debut in the music video for ‘Heads Up’, it’s now time for Audio to cut open and expose his musical psyche.

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RAM Drum & Bass Annual 2015 Minimix – Mixed by Frankee

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
Ram Drum & Bass Annual 2015 – OUT NOW – http://po.st/RamAnnual2015 28 tracks plus Frankee mix.

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Buy via :
iTunes : http://po.st/RamAnnual2015
Ram shop : http://po.st/RamAnnual2015RS
Beatport : http://po.st/RamAnnual2015BP
Stream via Spotify : http://po.st/RamAnnual2015Sp

This compilation is a celebration of the conquests which have been achieved over the past two decades. Alongside its releases, the label has been able to stand out against a tide of baying competition through its ever-growing team of bass brothers. Since its inception, these artists have set the agenda across dnb with every sonic cut, from AUDIO’s ‘Stampede’ to Loadstar’s masterpiece ‘Stepped Outside’. These signings have proved impenetrable; having left splintered speakers, damaged shoes and a slaughtered competition in their wake.

Various Artists
Ram Records Drum & Bass Annual 2015 – http://po.st/RamAnnual2015

1. Wilkinson – Dirty Love Feat. Talay Riley
2. Sub Focus – Close (Ivy Lab Remix)
3. Jaguar Skills & Chords – Lust Feat. Matti Roots
4. Mind Vortex – Hotbox VIP
5. Legion & Logam – House of Cards Feat. Adam Wright
6. Audio – Stampede
7. Rene LaVice – Where My Ladies At
8. Teddy Killerz – Era
9. Loadstar – Stepped Outside
10. Gerra & Stone – L.I.E.S
11. DC Breaks – Lock In
12. Lynx – Take Back The Night
13. Loko & Chords – Diamond Light
14. Hamilton – Be There
15. Kelle – Radiophobia
16. Frankee – Gully
17. Chroma – Sovereign
18. Audio – Break It
19. Chords – Summit
20. Noel – Defence
21. Delta Heavy – Reborn
22. EastColors – Toys
23. Slang Banger – Let There Be Love
24. Mind Vortex – Overture
25. Stealth & Dirty Hertz – Revival
26. June Miller – Empathy
27. Stealth – Smash It
28. Frankee – Away
29. RAM Drum & Bass Annual 2015 Mixed By Frankee

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RAM Drum & Bass Annual 2015 – Out Now

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
Ram Drum & Bass Annual 2015 – OUT NOW – http://po.st/RamAnnual2015 28 tracks plus Frankee mix.

Subscribe for more – http://po.st/SubscribeRamYT

buy via :
iTunes : http://po.st/RamAnnual2015
Ram shop : http://po.st/RamAnnual2015RS
Beatport : http://po.st/RamAnnual2015BP
Stream via Spotify : http://po.st/RamAnnual2015Sp

This compilation is a celebration of the conquests which have been achieved over the past two decades. Alongside its releases, the label has been able to stand out against a tide of baying competition through its ever-growing team of bass brothers. Since its inception, these artists have set the agenda across dnb with every sonic cut, from AUDIO’s ‘Stampede’ to Loadstar’s masterpiece ‘Stepped Outside’. These signings have proved impenetrable; having left splintered speakers, damaged shoes and a slaughtered competition in their wake.

Various Artists
Ram Records Drum & Bass Annual 2015 – http://po.st/RamAnnual2015

1. Wilkinson – Dirty Love Feat. Talay Riley
2. Sub Focus – Close (Ivy Lab Remix)
3. Jaguar Skills & Chords – Lust Feat. Matti Roots
4. Mind Vortex – Hotbox VIP
5. Legion & Logam – House of Cards Feat. Adam Wright
6. Audio – Stampede
7. Rene LaVice – Where My Ladies At
8. Teddy Killerz – Era
9. Loadstar – Stepped Outside
10. Gerra & Stone – L.I.E.S
11. DC Breaks – Lock In
12. Lynx – Take Back The Night
13. Loko & Chords – Diamond Light
14. Hamilton – Be There
15. Kelle – Radiophobia
16. Frankee – Gully
17. Chroma – Sovereign
18. Audio – Break It
19. Chords – Summit
20. Noel – Defence
21. Delta Heavy – Reborn
22. EastColors – Toys
23. Slang Banger – Let There Be Love
24. Mind Vortex – Overture
25. Stealth & Dirty Hertz – Revival
26. June Miller – Empathy
27. Stealth – Smash It
28. Frankee – Away
29. RAM Drum & Bass Annual 2015 Mixed By Frankee

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LoKo & Chords – Diamond Light

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
LoKo & Chords – Diamond Light – taken from Ram Drum & Bass Annual 2015 – Out Sunday 08.12.14 – http://po.st/RamAnnual2015 28 tracks plus Frankee mix.

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This compilation is a celebration of the conquests which have been achieved over the past two decades. Alongside its releases, the label has been able to stand out against a tide of baying competition through its ever-growing team of bass brothers. Since its inception, these artists have set the agenda across dnb with every sonic cut, from AUDIO’s ‘Stampede’ to Loadstar’s masterpiece ‘Stepped Outside’. These signings have proved impenetrable; having left splintered speakers, damaged shoes and a slaughtered competition in their wake.

Various Artists
Ram Records Drum & Bass Annual 2015 – http://po.st/RamAnnual2015

1. Wilkinson – Dirty Love Feat. Talay Riley
2. Sub Focus – Close (Ivy Lab Remix)
3. Jaguar Skills & Chords – Lust Feat. Matti Roots
4. Mind Vortex – Hotbox VIP
5. Legion & Logam – House of Cards Feat. Adam Wright
6. Audio – Stampede
7. Rene LaVice – Where My Ladies At
8. Teddy Killerz – Era
9. Loadstar – Stepped Outside
10. Gerra & Stone – L.I.E.S
11. DC Breaks – Lock In
12. Lynx – Take Back The Night
13. Loko & Chords – Diamond Light
14. Hamilton – Be There
15. Kelle – Radiophobia
16. Frankee – Gully
17. Chroma – Sovereign
18. Audio – Break It
19. Chords – Summit
20. Noel – Defence
21. Delta Heavy – Reborn
22. EastColors – Toys
23. Slang Banger – Let There Be Love
24. Mind Vortex – Overture
25. Stealth & Dirty Hertz – Revival
26. June Miller – Empathy
27. Stealth – Smash It
28. Frankee – Away
29. RAM Drum & Bass Annual 2015 Mixed By Frankee

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Gerra & Stone – L.I.E.S

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
Gerra & Stone – L.I.E.S – taken from Ram Drum & Bass Annual 2015 – Out Sunday 08.12.14 – http://po.st/RamAnnual2015 28 tracks plus Frankee mix.

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This compilation is a celebration of the conquests which have been achieved over the past two decades. Alongside its releases, the label has been able to stand out against a tide of baying competition through its ever-growing team of bass brothers. Since its inception, these artists have set the agenda across dnb with every sonic cut, from AUDIO’s ‘Stampede’ to Loadstar’s masterpiece ‘Stepped Outside’. These signings have proved impenetrable; having left splintered speakers, damaged shoes and a slaughtered competition in their wake.

Various Artists
Ram Records Drum & Bass Annual 2015 – http://po.st/RamAnnual2015

1. Wilkinson – Dirty Love Feat. Talay Riley
2. Sub Focus – Close (Ivy Lab Remix)
3. Jaguar Skills & Chords – Lust Feat. Matti Roots
4. Mind Vortex – Hotbox VIP
5. Legion & Logam – House of Cards Feat. Adam Wright
6. Audio – Stampede
7. Rene LaVice – Where My Ladies At
8. Teddy Killerz – Era
9. Loadstar – Stepped Outside
10. Gerra & Stone – L.I.E.S
11. DC Breaks – Lock In
12. Lynx – Take Back The Night
13. Loko & Chords – Diamond Light
14. Hamilton – Be There
15. Kelle – Radiophobia
16. Frankee – Gully
17. Chroma – Sovereign
18. Audio – Break It
19. Chords – Summit
20. Noel – Defence
21. Delta Heavy – Reborn
22. EastColors – Toys
23. Slang Banger – Let There Be Love
24. Mind Vortex – Overture
25. Stealth & Dirty Hertz – Revival
26. June Miller – Empathy
27. Stealth – Smash It
28. Frankee – Away
29. RAM Drum & Bass Annual 2015 Mixed By Frankee

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RAM Website – http://ramrecords.com

RAM DRUM & BASS USA VOL 3 (Mixed By Chords)

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
RAM Drum & Bass USA Vol.2 (Mixed By Chords) – Out NOW:

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One of the longest standing independent labels to emerge from the heady UK rave explosion in the early 90s, Ram Records is a bona fide institution. Inspired by the exciting, genre-melting creative free-for-all that was happening between hardcore, techno and breakbeats, Andy C and Ant Miles founded the imprint with one distinct vision: to push production creativity and dancefloor dynamics to the very limits.

22 years forward and that spirit is just as crucial to every aspect of Ram’s operations today. A true scene authority that has worked with – and nurtured – the most high profile and talented names in electronic music, the label is consistently supported from every corner of the scene. Transcending the concept of a record label as we know it, the brand hasn’t just contributed to the unique fast-paced genre but has worked tirelessly to elevate and develop it in every possible creative way. To put it simply: drum & bass wouldn’t be the unique beast it is today without Ram’s involvement.

Bringing us all up to speed, Ram have explored their epic vaults to curate three special collections exclusively for its passionate, ever-growing US community. Joining the dots between its earliest, rawest roots and its most upfront, future-shocking slammers, each of these collections represents Ram Records in all its many exciting shades.

This third and final collection brings Ram’s unique series to an almighty climax. Saving some of its most uncompromising, most daring, most timeless, most creative of tracks for the grand finale, be prepared for a bombardment of the senses… From Ram Trilogy’s thundering percussion session ‘Titan’ to the smouldering, emotive vocal soars and aggy bass sneers of Concord Dawn’s ‘Fly Away Home’ and Loadstar’s ‘Space Between’ via Lomax’s post-apocalyptic war cry ‘Faith Massive’, each of these tracks boils drum & bass down to its most critical, crucial, visceral ingredients.

Another essential highlight is Shimon & Andy C’s historic ‘Body Rock’. The first instrumental drum & bass tunes to hit the UK’s commercial charts, it’s triplet dynamic has influenced D&B to this very day. Elsewhere we’re treated to concentrated funk by way of Moving Fusion’s ‘Thunderball’ and Sub Focus’s trailblazing ‘Rock It’. We’re hurled into the deep space, deep bass abyss on Ram Trilogy’s ‘Milky Way’ and driven into a shamanic state by Fresh’s modern day jungle homage ‘Gatekeeper’.

Ten moments of true drum & bass history: no one joins the dots quite as succinctly as Ram Records. Constantly pushing the boundaries at every level… ‘Ram Drum & Bass USA’ doesn’t just represent the best of Ram Records but some of the finest moments of the entire genre to date.

Ram Drum & Bass USA: Vol 3

1: Ram Trilogy – Titan
2: Loadstar – Space Between
3: Shimon & Andy C – Body Rock
4: Fresh – The Gatekeeper
5: Moving Fusion – Thunderball
6: Loadstar -Link To The Past
7: Ram Trilogy – Milky Way
8: Sub Focus – Rock It
9: Concord Dawn – Fly Away Home
10: Lomax – Faith Massive

Get it here:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/ram-drum-bass-usa-vol.-3/id885253392

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