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Rene LaVice ‘Twilight’

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Original Sin – ‘Lost’ Feat. BB Diamond

Original Sin ‘Lost’ Feat. BB Diamond – TBC

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Within the Ram Records discography, there’s a host of artists who visit on guest appearances. That’s because Ram not only explores the sound which has made them so identifiable, but also the full spectrum that’s defined drum & bass over the past twenty five years. And for their next release, they’re joined by Original Sin for another addition to their definitive back catalogue. Despite Original Sin being renowned for his hard-driving, dancefloor tearing riddims, this time he’s delivered a more festival-focused record, featuring the vocal prowess of BB. Diamond and helping to exemplify the extensive range his production standard is able to stretch into.

BB. Diamond’s vocals add a welcome, summer-infused underpinning to ‘Lost’, Original Sin’s first ever appearance on Ram Records. It’s the perfect track to lead any stage crescendo this season, sure to become a chief selection in sets across both the UK and Europe. Showing a different dimension to Original Sin’s engineering, ‘Lost’ presents a side often not attributed to the producer and pedestals him as a multi-faceted artist. However, he still channels the heavy drum peddles which made his original productions recognisable, although amongst the pitched synth and electronic guitar strums which makes the mix weightier without taking away from its emotive breakdowns. Original Sin proves his position within the Ram history books and ‘Lost’ is a stellar addition to its trophy cabinet of releases.

So once again, it’s time to add to Ram’s huge expanse of influence, which is spearheaded by the artists who offer their music to its record collection. Alongside artists like Original Sin, they’ll continue to thrive, past a milestone enviable to even the most renowned dance music labels.

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Rene LaVice – ‘WooHoo’

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Fresh off the announcement that Rene Lavice is now taking over Radio 1’s tastemaking drum & bass slot, his forthcoming single on Ram Records has been hijacking club speakers worldwide. One of his most riotous tracks to date ‘Woohoo’ provides a snapping follow up to hearty vocal roller ‘Let You Go’ ft. Jareth, once again acting as a pedestal for his unbridled levels of creativity.
Time after time Rene has ensured he’s continued the same levels of production which saw him first signed to the Ram imprint. And after two critically acclaimed LPs and Radio 1 A-list addition, he’s remained at the top of his game. ‘Woohoo’ is a testament to that, more reminiscent of his earlier tracks ‘Where My Ladies At’ and ‘Insidious’ and it demonstrates how despite his more commercial output, he’s still able to tap into the darker flipside of his discography.
With crackling, reverberating snares and a thumping bassline, ‘Woohoo’ crashes forward alongside an undeterred attitude. Siren-like in its intro, you’re instantly pulled through a chasm of slickly layered beats and Rene’s sampled call to arms punching its way through the mix. If you’re looking for a record that’ll take pride of place within any club-lead set, Rene LaVice has delivered, showing his penchant for dancefloor records which are just as intimidating in home speakers.
The third LP from Rene LaVice has been slated for early next year and with it comes a brand new package filled with more additions to an already stellar back catalogue. And following an extensive tour schedule, which will see him perform at the Ram 25 world tour dates, across Europe’s biggest venues, he remains at the pinnacle of his career.

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Calyx & TeeBee – Immortal (NEST HQ Premiere)

Calyx & TeeBee – Immortal – 22 November

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Providing an opening show for the world’s biggest drum & bass festival is no small feat. For a second year running, the Ram Records roster were given the chance to recreate Let it Roll’s dystopian feel through their sounds, with Calyx & Teebee taking on this huge task for 2017. Following anther seminal year for the festival, the imprint is releasing Calyx & Teebee’s opening ceremony in four parts; a carefully diced up package which will instantly transport you back to a defining part of Let it Roll’s history. Whether it’s the old-school sonics which first made Calyx & Teebee infamous, or their more contemporary bass-heavy switches seen throughout this year’s releases, each record demonstrates why the duo were brought on board to provide such an integral part of drum & basses largest event.

‘Immortal’ is the first statement of Calyx & Teebee’s successive career; its epic orchestral intro and layers of uplifting synth lull you into a false sense of security, highlighting the outfit’s deep trenches of musicality. The record then begins to roll out with manic drum beats and robotic vocal samples, dropping into an archaic drum & bass anthem which oozes with classic appeal. ‘Immortal’ then breaks midway, moving forward on stabbed note arpeggios and more subdued punches of bass. However once more you’re thrown through its motions, winding through a second breakdown which reiterates the track’s heavier elements.

Together Calyx & Teebee have brought drum & bass from the underground into a more renowned spotlight, whilst never losing the touches which made their sets so notoriously dangerous. And what better way to celebrate Ram Records’ twenty five year anniversary than securing another opening ceremony slot for longstanding members within their army of talent.

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Bad Company UK – Primal Fire ft. Sitka

Bad Company UK – Primal Fire ft. Sitka – Out Now

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When legendary Drum and Bass pioneers Bad Company UK and the equally pioneering twenty-five year strong Ram Records joined ranks, it was clear the consequences would be historic. Both have spent decades helming the drum & bass genre, becoming a definitive part of its fabric.

The most recent chapter of the story began when Bad Company UK made a welcome return in 2016, which led to them signing exclusively to the Ram Records imprint. Longstanding fans and new listeners alike have been treated with brand new music; from their remix of the Prodigy’s The Day is My Enemy, to their standalone singles Equilibrium, Nomad and Tetris. This year has also seen them digitally release their classic albums; Inside The Machine, Digital Nation and Book Of The Bad, with Shot Down On Safari set for digital release on 6th October. And following an extensive worldwide tour, which saw them take their sound across Europe and the USA, as well as Japan and New Zealand, D Bridge, Fresh, Maldini and Vegas return with forthcoming record Primal Fire ft. Sitka.

Once again, Bad Company UK breaks the commercial stereotype, whilst utilising the emotive vocals of featured vocalist Sitka. Rumbling, powerful bass shakes the track to its core, before layered pads take you into a freefalling drop. Primal Fire then cascades on a driving, ferocious bassline, snapping you to and fro.

With more music lined up and ready to go, Primal Fire once again demonstrates how Bad Company UK are continuing to burn the flame as brightly as ever

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Chords – No One Is Listening

Chords – No One Is Listening – Out 20 October

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The return of Chords was met by adulation from the drum & bass community. After spending over a year on his film-making artistic endeavours, he saw 2017 as the perfect time to come back to music making. And most recent single ‘Love Burning’ has re-solidified his place within the twenty five year strong Ram Records camp, proving that despite his hiatus he’s still able to tap into the skill set which made him so notorious within its roster. For October, Chords is continuing his stream of releases with forthcoming record ‘No One is Listening / Glacier’, a two track offering which calls upon his stellar song writing capabilities and dancefloor appeal. It gives a multi-dimensional snapshot into his engineering, demonstrating his penchant for both sunshine filled crescendos and dirtier bass riffs, a combination alluding to why he originally came under Ram’s radar.

‘No One is Listening’ lays down the sultry vocals of Georgina Upton over the tell-tale bassline Chords has spent years fastening. His thick, meticulous composition gives weight underneath its vocal pitches, creating a record which has already been hosted in clubs across the UK and beyond. Its strung note arpeggios and soft pads help to elevate the track, providing an emotive set piece for any DJ. And on the flipside, you’re launched into ‘Glacier’, with relays of synth and a melody which traces itself along the track’s bassline. Bit by bit you’re pulled into Chords’ effortless artistry, exploding layer after layer. Between every beat loop, you’re made acutely aware of just how far Chords has gone to intricately weave each hook, before they cascade into the mix.

The next single from Chords proves that he’s continuing to expel his craft. And with a host of tour dates on the horizon, including sets at Ram’s seminal RAM25 city-wide shows, he’s definitely here to stay.

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Sound In Noise – Rising Up

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After gracing the Ram Records back catalogue with his addition to ‘Ram Records Goes to Let it Roll EP 2.0’, Sound in Noise is moving through the ranks alongside his first standalone single on Ram’s definitive platform.

Twenty five years in the making, Ram’s reputation has pushed itself into dance music’s forefront, with it becoming one of the most exceptional imprints to push the drum & bass sound worldwide. And their roster has developed beside the genre, with exclusive signings and special guests helping to diversify the set of releases Ram unleashes onto its huge fan base. And Sound in Noise adds his twist to an already impressive back catalogue of cuts with his forthcoming single; his unforgiving, sonically charged records bring Ram into the contemporary era, providing a jagged edge to a history which has spanned over quarter of a century.

A-side ‘Duppy Bass’ begins with creeping atmospherics, and rolling breaks which make themselves gradually known. A smashing, jungle-esque drop and pumping drum patterns pull you deep into a reverberating, metallic bassline which pulses and stands out prominently against the mix. The added snipped up, distorted ragga samples only add to the dancefloor appeal against its throbbing stabs. The Estonian producer nods to the old-school whilst adding a new flavour with his incredibly powerful engineering, presenting himself as a hard-driving yet multi-faceted artist.

On the reverse, Sound in Noise presents the other side of his musicality with ‘Rising Up’. Featuring female vocal talents and electronically tuned notes, it’s vastly different from its forerunner but still hits just as hard with every stab of euphoric synth. Each layer of melody carries the track forward, providing you with the perfect soundtrack for a slowly diminishing summer. Together, Ram Records and Sound in Noise yet again push forward their commitment to drum & basses many dimensions, with both sides continuing to prove their longevity.

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Sound In Noise – Duppy Bass

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After gracing the Ram Records back catalogue with his addition to ‘Ram Records Goes to Let it Roll EP 2.0’, Sound in Noise is moving through the ranks alongside his first standalone single on Ram’s definitive platform.

Twenty five years in the making, Ram’s reputation has pushed itself into dance music’s forefront, with it becoming one of the most exceptional imprints to push the drum & bass sound worldwide. And their roster has developed beside the genre, with exclusive signings and special guests helping to diversify the set of releases Ram unleashes onto its huge fan base. And Sound in Noise adds his twist to an already impressive back catalogue of cuts with his forthcoming single; his unforgiving, sonically charged records bring Ram into the contemporary era, providing a jagged edge to a history which has spanned over quarter of a century.

A-side ‘Duppy Bass’ begins with creeping atmospherics, and rolling breaks which make themselves gradually known. A smashing, jungle-esque drop and pumping drum patterns pull you deep into a reverberating, metallic bassline which pulses and stands out prominently against the mix. The added snipped up, distorted ragga samples only add to the dancefloor appeal against its throbbing stabs. The Estonian producer nods to the old-school whilst adding a new flavour with his incredibly powerful engineering, presenting himself as a hard-driving yet multi-faceted artist.

On the reverse, Sound in Noise presents the other side of his musicality with ‘Rising Up’. Featuring female vocal talents and electronically tuned notes, it’s vastly different from its forerunner but still hits just as hard with every stab of euphoric synth. Each layer of melody carries the track forward, providing you with the perfect soundtrack for a slowly diminishing summer. Together, Ram Records and Sound in Noise yet again push forward their commitment to drum & basses many dimensions, with both sides continuing to prove their longevity.

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Slang Banger – Redshift

Slang Banger – Redshift – 22 September

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From its humble beginnings, alongside sister-label Ram Records, Program has prided itself in giving a platform to some of the drum & bass scene’s most exciting newcomers. However, alongside this ethos they’ve also helped to develop new aliases for the titans of its harder realms, with Slang Banger leading the charge for Program’s muddier sounds. And forthcoming from the production trio, the same artists who brought you Resonant Evil, Pixel Fist, Inasin and Afghan Headspin, is a four track EP which continues to show their appetite for destruction. Program once again rolls with the punches for their next output.

From Redshift to Rock It, Slang Banger hone in on a signature which saw them rise to prominence in the earlier stages of their respective careers. Title-track Redshift begins with rattling drum loops and nastily slick bass stabs which sit beneath the track’s composition. Rolling forward on intimidating breaks, you’re presented with colossal drops between every clattering breakdown. Gravity knocks through just as aggressively; it’s an old-school flavoured riddim which pushes ahead on a chomping bassline and explodes over a blaring voice-sample. Then you’re introduced to Orbit, drivingly relentless with its snapping kick drums and percussive overture, becoming more urgent with each sound layer. Rock It brings the EP to a close, wrapping up four tracks of stereo annihilation. Alongside sharp-edged wooden percussive elements and pulses of unforgiving bass, Slang Banger leaves a lasting impression with their latest EP.

And this is why, for another release, it’s time to get with the Program. From beginning to end, the trio land hit after hit. Demonstrating why they still stand the test of time, years one from their first release together.

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Killbox – Cousin of Zilch

Killbox – Cousin of Zilch – 20 September

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Killbox return with their next single following the guttural, bass heavy sounds of ‘Neverware’. ‘Cousin of Zilch’ follows a similar disposition, more understated in its approach whilst still snapping between electrifying waves of sonic and a subterranean bassline which pushes the layering to breaking point. When the record drops, you’re thrown down by its sub-heavy, seismic rumbles and it’s the type which creates total devastation inside clubs. The producers once more prove they’re able to switch up their style, moving towards a more imposing composition which focuses on its colossal weight.

The duo has yet to disappoint this year and their reign over the darker realms remains as strong as ever. Nine months since their big reveal, after being shrouded in mystery, they’ve already become a resounding part of the twenty-five-year strong Ram Records roster. Adding track after track of undiluted filth into the mix, history is in the making for this pair. And with a succession of live shows planned across the UK and beyond, including seminal sets at Ram’s 25 year major city tour, expect more audibly menacing appearances from Killbox this winter.

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Aperio – Grey To Blue (Video) feat Jorgie

Aperio – Grey To Blue – OUT NOW

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The ascent of Aperio has been streamlined by the type of music he’s delivered to the sister-label of Ram Records, Program. A hotly tipped newcomer, the producer was picked up by one of the most successful underground imprints after his name began building momentum within the world of drum & bass. His double-sided single forthcoming on Program alongside featuring artists Monrroe and Jorgie will act as another stepping stone for both his career the integral moments of his blossoming career. And having moved from strength to strength, with one meticulously fashioned record after the other, Aperio has made himself known throughout the 174bpm circuit – and for good reason.

First from the producer comes ‘Affections’ alongside likeminded producer Monroe. Together they lay the foundations of a liquid roller which begins to build gradually on careful strung melodies and pitching synth patterns. The track cascades following a keyed drop, before each meandering break takes you through its motions. ‘Affections’ demonstrates the full depth of both artist’s strict engineering, whilst also proving that they’re able to hold their own against the other formidable parts of Program’s back catalogue.

On the flipside, Jorgie offers up her harmonic vocals for ‘Grey to Blue’ alongside Aperio’s scuttling percussion and flowing piano notes. ‘Grey to Blue’ carries through the same vibe as its forerunner but brings the main focus onto its more humanistic elements. Orchestrating visions of summer nights and falling sunsets, Aperio opens up a musical landscape which encompasses you from the track’s start to finish. It presents another end of Program’s discography – the type with a softer palette and one Aperio manages to manipulate effortlessly.

So once again, it’s time to get with the Program – continuing to take you across drum & basses furthest corners.

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