PRG:MIX 008 – KALLAN HK

(Not so) quiet Thursday night with 50 tunes in one hour – enter Kallan HK. Free download!

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1. Cyantific – More Than Human feat. DC Breaks
2. TC & Metrik – The Light (AMC Remix)
3. Sigma – Front to Back
4. DC Breaks – Underground
5. Heist – Spies
6. Noisia – Block Control
7. Levela – Orbit
8. A$AP Ferg – Plain Jane
9. Mampi Swift – The One (InsideInfo Remix)
10. Tantrum Desire – Vybez
11. Dimension – Techno
12. TC – Countdown VIP
13. Culture Shock – Bunker
14. Vorso – Needle (QZB Remix)
15. Mr. Frenkie – Bass Symptom
16. Misanthrop – Trashriot
17. Kallan HK – Slow Motion
18. Sub Zero & Dub Motion – Oh Girl
19. Andy C – Haunting
20. Cyantific – Welcome to the Future
21. Fourward – Head of the Snake
22. Pendulum – Watercolor (Matrix & Futurebound Remix)
23. Knife Party – LRAD (The Prototypes Bootleg)
24. Sub Focus – Timewarp VIP
25. The Prototypes – Electric (Mind Vortex Remix)
26. SLANDER x Sullivan King – Welcome to the Fire (Smooth Remix)
27. Delta Heavy – Kill Room
28. Sub Focus – Stomp
29. Kallan HK – Meant to Be
30. TC – Tap Ho (AMC Remix)
31. Lurk – Eustachian
32. Mefjus – Surrounded
33. Friction, JP Cooper – Dancing (Dawn Wall Remix)
34. Fixate – What Goes Around
35. Justin Martin – Back to the Jungle (DJ Marky Remix) (feat. Will Clarke)
36. Kallan HK – So Much Pain
37. Lomax – Artisan VIP
38. Birdy – Wings (Nu-LogicRemix)
39. Baby D – Let Me Be Your Fantasy
40. Serum & Voltage – Mission Control
41. Bungle – Cocooned
42. Enei & Kasra – Projections
43. T.R.A.C. – Step Tune feat. Random Movement & Adrienne Richards
44. Simple Technique – Cold Steppin (Ulterior Motive Remix)
45. Andy C & Shimon – Recharge (Benny L Remix)
46. Alix Perez – Dark Star
47. Rockwell – User
48. Bcee – Armed & Dangerous
49. GLXY – Lies
50. Ownglow – LA

RoyGreen + Protone X The Insiders feat. DRS – Manoeuvre

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2017 year marks TEN YEARS OF INTEGRAL RECORDS and looking back upon the label’s incredible back catalogue, what a decade it has been for drum & bass music that we hold so close.

Initially set up as a passion project and a platform for showcasing future talent, the label has been consistently releasing cutting edge drum and bass since 2007. The ethos of the label has always been about quality control and finding those special vibes that no question capture heart and soul. Honing their unique musical language; selections are carefully handpicked by head honchos Artificial Intelligence and more recently in collaboration with label manager Emma G that fit with the forward thinking, original spirit we know as Integral.

Now 40-odd releases deep and renowned for breaking some of the most exciting artists on the roster today, the label also boasts signature classics from some of the scenes most prolific residents. Names include the likes of Lenzman, Lomax (one half of Loadstar), Alix Perez, Calibre, System, Zero T, Technicolour & Komatic (Technimatic), LSB, Steo, Dawn Wall, Mohican Sun, Phil Tangent, Satl and just recently, A.I. themselves.

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Loadstar – Encarta

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Loadstar – Encarta –
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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 – 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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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
A: Native AA: Once Again

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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

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
Loadstar – Once Again – Pre-Order: http://po.st/NativeOnceIT

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Loadstar
A: Native AA: Once Again

Buy via:
iTunes: http://po.st/NativeOnceIT
Ram Shop: http://po.st/NativeOnceRAM

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

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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

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