Blackout Podcast 84 – Bl4ck Owlz [Official Channel] Drum & Bass

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Bl4ck Owlz treats us to a fresh Blackout Podcast, following his Call To Mind EP which is out now here: https://fanlink.to/CallToMind

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Tracklist:

1 Bl4ck Owlz – Alternating Current
2 State Of Mind feat Kryptomedic – Time Slip (Synergy Remix)
3 Malux – Steamroller
4 ID – ID
5 MISANTHROP – Turbine
6 State of Mind Lifesize MC – Flame Thrower
7 Fade Black – Condemned
8 Mefjus & Camo & Krooked – Sidewinder
9 The Caracal Project – Bogy
10 Phace X Noisia – Micro Organism Buunshin Remix
11 Synergy – Vector
12 MISSIN & ABIS – Hurt
13 Pythius ft. June Miller – Akkoord (Redpill Remix)
14 Signal – Unsure (Original Mix)
15 Bl4ck Owlz – L.E.N
16 MVRK – Dots (Original Mix)
17 Cruk, Shyun – Breathe (Original Mix)
18 Signal – 2ME (Original Mix)
19 Pythius – Suspect (Synergy Remix)
20 Phace – Basic Memory (Mefjus Remix)
21 Bl4ck Owlz – DAT ONE
22 State of Mind – Doomsday
23 Misanthrop & Synergy – Slap the Ghost (Original Mix) [NЁU Music]
24 Skrillex, What So Not – Goh Feat. KLP (IMANU/Signal Remix)
25 Rido – Sexy thing
26 Bl4ck Owlz – FAKE PART 1
27 Buunshin – Thoughts
28 State of Mind Coppa – Chain Reaction
29 Alerstorm – Hammerhead
30 Kursiva – Hoodlum.(The.Clamps.Remix)
31 State of Mind Black Sun Empire – Sixth Beneath the Floor
32 Burr Oak – Originate
33 State of Mind – Oracle
34 Phace – Hot Rock (Culprate Remix)
35 Mampi Swift – The One (InsideInfo.Remix)
36 Phace X Misanthrop – Progression (Synergy X Signal Remix)
37 InsideInfo – Hybrid Minds – Beneath
38 Grey Code – Veilig (Data 3 Remix)
39 Proxima – Lurker (Original Mix)
40 Synergy, Signal – Exile (Original Mix)
41 Bl4ck Owlz – 4CID

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ShowBiz Minute: Miller, R. Kelly, Dr. Dre

Three men charged with providing drugs that killed rapper Mac Miller; Judge denies bail for R. Kelly in NYC sex-abuse case; Dr. Dre, Jimmy Iovine unveil high-tech new building at USC. (Oct. 3)

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ShowBiz Minute: Jenner, Miller, Latin Grammys

Kylie Jenner hospitalized, will miss Paris Fashion Week; Second man arrested in probe of Mac Miller’s overdose death; Reggaeton acts call out Latin Grammys for lack of noms. (Sept. 26)

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Mistaken Identity: Sienna Miller and Christina Hendricks

Both Sienna Miller and Christina Hendricks are happy to be compared to other actresses, with Miller even signing photos of other stars. (July 12)

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Meet The Man Pushing The Trump Administration to Pardon Combat Veterans

Derrick Miller walked out of the Fort Leavenworth military detention barracks last week a free man for the first time in nearly a decade.

Nine years ago as a Maryland National Guardsman on his third tour of duty, Miller shot and killed an unarmed Afghan during a battlefield interrogation. Miller said he shot the man in self-defense, after a scuffle over his weapon; prosecutors said Miller always planned to kill the man. He was charged with premeditated murder and sentenced to life in prison.

In the years since, his case was taken up by an organization called United American Patriots, which advocates for service members accused of crimes in war zones. Its director, David Gurfein, is a Marine veteran who served in Afghanistan and both Gulf Wars. In the one year since he took over the organization, it’s raised and spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on legal defense and public outreach, including to members of Congress.

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MD ft. BLUE JAY – ‘Spacetime’

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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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MD – ‘CriNimal’

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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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ShowBiz Minute: Miller, Hannity, Elba

(6 Nov 2018) Autopsy finds rapper Mac Miller died from drugs and alcohol; Sean Hannity joins Trump on stage despite claiming he wouldn’t; People magazine names Idris Elba 2018’s Sexiest Man Alive. (Nov. 6)

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ShowBiz Minute: West, Miller, Markle

(31 Oct 2018) Kanye West says he’s “been used” and will distance himself from politics; Mac Miller benefit to feature Chance, SZA, John Mayer; Royals Harry and Meghan name kiwi birds “gift” and “sneeze.” (Oct. 31)

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ShowBiz Minute: Fan, Miller, Middleton

(3 Oct 2018) China orders actress Fan Bingbing to pay massive tax fine; John Mayer, SZA, Chance to perform at benefit for Mac Miller; Duchess of Cambridge carries out her first official solo engagement since going on maternity leave. (Oct. 3)

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Blackout Podcast 73 – Redpill [Official Channel] Drum & Bass

Blackout podcast, bringing the finest Drum & Bass around.

This edition ix mixed by Redpill!

Check out his new single here: https://www.beatport.com/release/hazardous-get-on-it/2271841

Tracklist:
ID – ID
Redpill – Hazardous
ID – ID
Redpill – Down The Rabbit Hole
Mefjus – If I Could
ID – ID
Mindscape – Meltdown
ID – ID (ID remix)
ID & ID – ID
Teddy Killerz – Reptile
ID ft ID – ID
Agressor Bunx and L33 – Slammer
Disprove, ABIS & Signal – Angst
ID ft ID – ID
ID ft ID – ID
Synergy – Process
Doctrine – So Did I
Prolix – Slob
Pythius – Akkoord (feat. June Miller)
ID – ID
Redpill – Get On It
Bl4ck Owlz – Fake
Redpill – 1234
ID – ID
Redpill – Fading
Kolt – Harpy
ID – ID (ID remix)
ID – ID (ID remix)
Noisia – Into Dust (Neonlight remix)
Pendulum – Hold Your Colour (Noisia Remix)
Noisia – Incessant (Redpill edit)
MASHUP : ID & ID – ID
Agressor Bunx – Infinity
Black Sun Empire ft Foreign Beggars – Dawn of a Dark Day (Receptor Remix)
ID – ID
Neonlight – Bad Omen (State Of Mind Remix)
Sub Focus – X-Ray (Metrik remix)
Teddy Killerz and June Miller – Outer Space
Mr. Frenkie – Bass Symptom
Zombie Cats – Vandalism
Signs – Negative Contact
Redpill – Rabbit
Malux – Glue Worm
Redpill – Follow The Reaper
ID – ID
Neonlight – Neon City (Neonlight rework)
Pendulum – Witchcraft (Netsky remix)
ID & ID – ID
Mefjus – Work It
Holly & Former – Visor
Redpill – Call of the Warchief
Jade & State Of Mind – Highlander
Rido – Roll The Drums
Maztek & Redpill – Electronic Warfare
Neonlight – Rascals (Signal remix)
ID – ID feat ID
Disprove – Autolyse
Current Value – Consequences
Zardonic & Syze – My Prey (ID 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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Blackout Podcast 68: June Miller

Blackout podcast, bringing the finest Drum & Bass around.

This edition is Mixed by June Miller!

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Rohm – NSEW (Free Download)

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Skankandbass is dedicated towards the official promotion of record labels and artists in the world of drum & bass music. Since inception in 2010, Skankandbass has unearthed some of the freshest talents in the scene and has opened many doors for unsigned artists. Now, a few years in to the game, Skankandbass decides to take on the role of a record label to put together a series of free download singles which aims to further help spread the work of the best unsigned, newcomer artists who deserve more recognition.

Rohm is William Joret, a 24 year old Belgian Producer/DJ based in Antwerp, Belgium. His music is mainly influenced by the sounds of The Prodigy, Mefjus, InsideInfo, June Miller, Noisia, and Spor just to name a few. After years of hard work, we’re excited to unleash Rohm’s first single in to the Drum & Bass world – look out for this guy in the near future!

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June Miller, James Marvel & MC Mota – Dominator

June Miller, James Marvel & MC Mota
-Dominator / A Pinda Funk – Out 5th May – https://ram.lnk.to/JMDominatorYT

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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

June Miller ft. James Marvel & MC Mota
-Dominator / A Pinda Funk – Out 5th May –

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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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STFU Donny 002

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Tracklisting:

01. Donny – Demogorgon (Crash Pang Wallop)
02. Teddy Killer & Counterstrike – Horror Story (RAM Records)
03. Prolix – Danger (Shogun Audio)
04. Katharsys – Dirty Like a French Man (Othercide)
05. Donny – The Plan (Crash Pang Wallop)
06. Current Value – The Deep (Othercide)
07. Chris.SU ft. Jade & Mindscape – Solar Eclipse (Eatbrain)
08. Teddy Killerz & Audio – Bugs (RAM Records)
09. Delta Heavy – Bar Fight (RAM Records)
10. Katharsys – Slippery Slope (Othercide)
11. Teddy Killerz – Unbelievable (RAM Records)
12. Emperor – SMPL (Mefjus Remix) (Critical)
13. Synthakt & Counterstrike – I Believe (Algorythm)
14. June Miller – The Final Sequence (RAM Records)
15. Donny & Katharsys – Outbreak (Crash Pang Wallop)
16. Posij – Hunger (MTA Records)
17. Limewax – HLR (PRSPCT)
18. Katharsys – Galactic Subduction (Othercide)
19. Teddy Killerz & June Miller – Outer Space (RAM Records)
20. Donny – Swarm & Multiply (Katharsys Remix) (Crash Pang Wallop)

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June Miller – Let It Roll Opening Cermony

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Let it Roll stands as the biggest drum & bass showcase the world has to offer. Welcoming thousands of music lovers from every corner of Europe, their stage aesthetics have proved year after year that they’re as impressive as the artists they host. With line ups that are seldom seen elsewhere, featuring staple heavyweights from every part of the genre’s spectrum, this isn’t a small feat. Friday’s opening ceremony has always been a defining moment for each festival goer, whether that’s an artist or fan. And this year, Ram Records’ stalwarts June Miller provided an open sequence for what turned out to be Let it Roll’s biggest year yet.
Following their debut LP on the Ram imprint, June Miller have only grown from strength to strength. Become an intrinsic part of the scene’s fabric, they’ve delivered monumental slices of bass which have resounded across their growing audience. After the climatic hit of their opening sequence, they’ve condensed the full show into five tracks for this next EP. So even if you missed it, prepare to blow your subs and reimagine the spectacle which opened the world’s largest meeting of sonic masterminds.
If you’d like to immerse yourself in the realms of June Miller and Let it Roll’s ferocity, the production outfit have delivered the sequence in full for the track listing’s first part. Otherwise, you’re introduction to June Miller’s Let it Roll EP is through ‘Hide & Seek’. It’s an animalistic tempo changer that pitches its way through warbling snare. ‘The Source’ rolls out next, a mechanical riddim that moves on top of distorted bass and pounding drum patterns. ‘Gods’ is an anarchist’s dream, with flurries of tinny beats and clanking kick. Gradually peaking and throwing you down crazy drops, June Miller are as intimidating as ever. ‘The Final Sequence’ wraps up all four separate partitions. With chanting ‘Let it Roll’ sample and a gradually grinding bassline, it’s an ominous affair. Although, after its successful delivery, you shouldn’t expect any less from the producers.
The meeting of Ram Records, June Miller and Let it Roll was never going to anything less than carefully crafted chaos. And now you can witness their formidability from your headphones.

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June Miller – The Final Sequence

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Let it Roll stands as the biggest drum & bass showcase the world has to offer. Welcoming thousands of music lovers from every corner of Europe, their stage aesthetics have proved year after year that they’re as impressive as the artists they host. With line ups that are seldom seen elsewhere, featuring staple heavyweights from every part of the genre’s spectrum, this isn’t a small feat. Friday’s opening ceremony has always been a defining moment for each festival goer, whether that’s an artist or fan. And this year, Ram Records’ stalwarts June Miller provided an open sequence for what turned out to be Let it Roll’s biggest year yet.
Following their debut LP on the Ram imprint, June Miller have only grown from strength to strength. Become an intrinsic part of the scene’s fabric, they’ve delivered monumental slices of bass which have resounded across their growing audience. After the climatic hit of their opening sequence, they’ve condensed the full show into five tracks for this next EP. So even if you missed it, prepare to blow your subs and reimagine the spectacle which opened the world’s largest meeting of sonic masterminds.
If you’d like to immerse yourself in the realms of June Miller and Let it Roll’s ferocity, the production outfit have delivered the sequence in full for the track listing’s first part. Otherwise, you’re introduction to June Miller’s Let it Roll EP is through ‘Hide & Seek’. It’s an animalistic tempo changer that pitches its way through warbling snare. ‘The Source’ rolls out next, a mechanical riddim that moves on top of distorted bass and pounding drum patterns. ‘Gods’ is an anarchist’s dream, with flurries of tinny beats and clanking kick. Gradually peaking and throwing you down crazy drops, June Miller are as intimidating as ever. ‘The Final Sequence’ wraps up all four separate partitions. With chanting ‘Let it Roll’ sample and a gradually grinding bassline, it’s an ominous affair. Although, after its successful delivery, you shouldn’t expect any less from the producers.
The meeting of Ram Records, June Miller and Let it Roll was never going to anything less than carefully crafted chaos. And now you can witness their formidability from your headphones.

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June Miller – Gods

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Let it Roll stands as the biggest drum & bass showcase the world has to offer. Welcoming thousands of music lovers from every corner of Europe, their stage aesthetics have proved year after year that they’re as impressive as the artists they host. With line ups that are seldom seen elsewhere, featuring staple heavyweights from every part of the genre’s spectrum, this isn’t a small feat. Friday’s opening ceremony has always been a defining moment for each festival goer, whether that’s an artist or fan. And this year, Ram Records’ stalwarts June Miller provided an open sequence for what turned out to be Let it Roll’s biggest year yet.
Following their debut LP on the Ram imprint, June Miller have only grown from strength to strength. Become an intrinsic part of the scene’s fabric, they’ve delivered monumental slices of bass which have resounded across their growing audience. After the climatic hit of their opening sequence, they’ve condensed the full show into five tracks for this next EP. So even if you missed it, prepare to blow your subs and reimagine the spectacle which opened the world’s largest meeting of sonic masterminds.
If you’d like to immerse yourself in the realms of June Miller and Let it Roll’s ferocity, the production outfit have delivered the sequence in full for the track listing’s first part. Otherwise, you’re introduction to June Miller’s Let it Roll EP is through ‘Hide & Seek’. It’s an animalistic tempo changer that pitches its way through warbling snare. ‘The Source’ rolls out next, a mechanical riddim that moves on top of distorted bass and pounding drum patterns. ‘Gods’ is an anarchist’s dream, with flurries of tinny beats and clanking kick. Gradually peaking and throwing you down crazy drops, June Miller are as intimidating as ever. ‘The Final Sequence’ wraps up all four separate partitions. With chanting ‘Let it Roll’ sample and a gradually grinding bassline, it’s an ominous affair. Although, after its successful delivery, you shouldn’t expect any less from the producers.
The meeting of Ram Records, June Miller and Let it Roll was never going to anything less than carefully crafted chaos. And now you can witness their formidability from your headphones.

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June Miller – The Source

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Let it Roll stands as the biggest drum & bass showcase the world has to offer. Welcoming thousands of music lovers from every corner of Europe, their stage aesthetics have proved year after year that they’re as impressive as the artists they host. With line ups that are seldom seen elsewhere, featuring staple heavyweights from every part of the genre’s spectrum, this isn’t a small feat. Friday’s opening ceremony has always been a defining moment for each festival goer, whether that’s an artist or fan. And this year, Ram Records’ stalwarts June Miller provided an open sequence for what turned out to be Let it Roll’s biggest year yet.
Following their debut LP on the Ram imprint, June Miller have only grown from strength to strength. Become an intrinsic part of the scene’s fabric, they’ve delivered monumental slices of bass which have resounded across their growing audience. After the climatic hit of their opening sequence, they’ve condensed the full show into five tracks for this next EP. So even if you missed it, prepare to blow your subs and reimagine the spectacle which opened the world’s largest meeting of sonic masterminds.
If you’d like to immerse yourself in the realms of June Miller and Let it Roll’s ferocity, the production outfit have delivered the sequence in full for the track listing’s first part. Otherwise, you’re introduction to June Miller’s Let it Roll EP is through ‘Hide & Seek’. It’s an animalistic tempo changer that pitches its way through warbling snare. ‘The Source’ rolls out next, a mechanical riddim that moves on top of distorted bass and pounding drum patterns. ‘Gods’ is an anarchist’s dream, with flurries of tinny beats and clanking kick. Gradually peaking and throwing you down crazy drops, June Miller are as intimidating as ever. ‘The Final Sequence’ wraps up all four separate partitions. With chanting ‘Let it Roll’ sample and a gradually grinding bassline, it’s an ominous affair. Although, after its successful delivery, you shouldn’t expect any less from the producers.
The meeting of Ram Records, June Miller and Let it Roll was never going to anything less than carefully crafted chaos. And now you can witness their formidability from your headphones.

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June Miller – Hide & Seek

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Let it Roll stands as the biggest drum & bass showcase the world has to offer. Welcoming thousands of music lovers from every corner of Europe, their stage aesthetics have proved year after year that they’re as impressive as the artists they host. With line ups that are seldom seen elsewhere, featuring staple heavyweights from every part of the genre’s spectrum, this isn’t a small feat. Friday’s opening ceremony has always been a defining moment for each festival goer, whether that’s an artist or fan. And this year, Ram Records’ stalwarts June Miller provided an open sequence for what turned out to be Let it Roll’s biggest year yet.
Following their debut LP on the Ram imprint, June Miller have only grown from strength to strength. Become an intrinsic part of the scene’s fabric, they’ve delivered monumental slices of bass which have resounded across their growing audience. After the climatic hit of their opening sequence, they’ve condensed the full show into five tracks for this next EP. So even if you missed it, prepare to blow your subs and reimagine the spectacle which opened the world’s largest meeting of sonic masterminds.
If you’d like to immerse yourself in the realms of June Miller and Let it Roll’s ferocity, the production outfit have delivered the sequence in full for the track listing’s first part. Otherwise, you’re introduction to June Miller’s Let it Roll EP is through ‘Hide & Seek’. It’s an animalistic tempo changer that pitches its way through warbling snare. ‘The Source’ rolls out next, a mechanical riddim that moves on top of distorted bass and pounding drum patterns. ‘Gods’ is an anarchist’s dream, with flurries of tinny beats and clanking kick. Gradually peaking and throwing you down crazy drops, June Miller are as intimidating as ever. ‘The Final Sequence’ wraps up all four separate partitions. With chanting ‘Let it Roll’ sample and a gradually grinding bassline, it’s an ominous affair. Although, after its successful delivery, you shouldn’t expect any less from the producers.
The meeting of Ram Records, June Miller and Let it Roll was never going to anything less than carefully crafted chaos. And now you can witness their formidability from your headphones.

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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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