I Want My Sex Back: Transgender people who regretted changing sex (RT Documentary)

Billy, Rene and Walt were born male, but they all felt uncomfortable with their sex. So they underwent sex reassignment surgery, believing it would end their distressing condition, which is known as gender dysphoria – feeling uncomfortable with your birth sex. However, becoming female only brought problems, disappointment and regret.

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4: Panel debat: Slachtoffers van de Hollandse Hennepoorlog

Ilonka Kamans
Ilonka Kamans is sinds 1995 advocaat en zit “al vele jaren ambtshalve in de hennep”. Veel coffeeshopondernemers behoren tot haar clientèle. Sinds haar beëdiging voert zij een strijd tegen het hypocriete achterdeurbeleid bij coffeeshops. Kamans heeft een belangrijke bijdrage geleverd aan de kentering in de jurisprudentie op dat vlak. Recent heeft ze zich vastgebeten in de aangescherpte wetgeving over rijden onder invloed van cannabis en de speekseltest.

Tabe en Brigitte
Tuesday, June 12 is not a great day for the Frisian couple Tabe Koopmans and Brigitte Boomsma. They had to move with their animals to a cowshed. Not voluntarily, of course, but because their municipality De Fryske Marren closed their rental house for 3 months because there were 45 cannabis plants + 120 back-up cuttings in the garden. This all happend after a disproportionate raid by a special police squad, 30 men, bulletproof vests. Tabe said earlier he would use his BEES to protect him and his animals.

Doede de Jong
De bekendste wietkweker van Nederland strijdt al decennia voor legalisering van de plant, die hij al sinds de vroege jaren tachtig kweekt bij zijn boerderij in het Friese Appelscha. Nog steeds hangt hem een zogenaamde ontnemingsvordering van €230.000 boven het hoofd. Doede leidt de maandelijkse VOC vergaderingen en verschijnt regelmatig in de media. Zijn motto: baas in eigen brein.

Rene Barendse
René (42) was ooit een sterke Westlander. Hij werkte voor Dura Vermeer als ingenieur toen hij dacht een griepje opgelopen te hebben. Het bleek echter een ernstige neurologische aandoening te zijn die zo ingrijpend was dat werken niet meer ging. “Pijn, pijn en nog eens pijn”, had hij toen hij na heel veel zware geneesmiddelen uit eigen initiatief wietolie ging proberen. “Ik had geen enkele ervaring met wiet. Nooit gerookt zelfs. Maar na een paar druppels van de olie merkte ik verlichting van de klachten.
De politie viel zijn achtertuin binnen en vernietigden ter plekke de heilzame planten. Het feit dat René niet alleen verklaringen van zijn behandelend artsen en zijn buren had, maakte geen indruk op de dienders. Ook niet dat hij van begin af aan open kaart had gespeeld en niet alleen de politie op de hoogte had gebracht van zijn planten, maar ook de gemeente Westland en het ministerie van Volksgezondheid.
De officier van justitie seponeerde de zaak, maar daar nam René geen genoegen mee. Zijn advocaat Barbalique Peters heeft de officier gevraagd om hem alsnog te vervolgen. “Dit is een principiële zaak”, zegt René. “Dit gaat over burgerrechten. Ik wil dat een rechter daar een uitspraak over doet. Daar komt bij dat als ik ontslagen word van alle rechtsvervolging de politie me voortaan met rust zal laten. Nu kunnen ze elk moment weer binnenstormen.”
Het hof geeft Rene gelijk en stelt dat de rechter zich over de kwestie moet buigen. Het hof neemt hierin ook de discussie over het gedoogbeleid rondom softdrugs mee. Een opmerkelijke uitspraak aangezien het nog niet eerder voorgekomen is dat iemand zichzelf voor het gerecht sleept en vraagt om zijn eigen veroordeling.

Maurice Veldman
Mr. Maurice Veldman, advocaat te Amsterdam. Hij is gespecialiseerd in straf- en bestuursrecht en geniet bekendheid als raadsman van coffeeshops en henneptelers die worstelen met de dagelijkse voor- en achterdeurproblematiek.

René LaVice ‘Drop It’

Rene LaVice
‘Far From Perfect’
Out Now

https://ramrecords.com/download/rammlp36d

Rene LaVice’s journey continues with his third LP on formative drum & bass imprint Ram Records, a label whose history spans across two decades. After being exclusively signed, following his pivotal ‘Headlock’ release, the Canadian stalwart has remained a centrepiece of Ram’s roster and his back catalogue is nothing short of groundbreaking. The same consistency has been administered to his forthcoming ‘Far From Perfect’ package, which builds on the foundations of both ‘Insidious’ and ‘Play with Fire’ to present another look into his versatile capabilities. It proves that alongside a plethora of taste-making records and the announcement of his BBC Radio 1 residency, Rene’s career has flourished, due to the creativity which streams through his music.

Having already teased ‘Far from Perfect’ through the high octane ‘Cold Crush’ ft. Gydra, his epic vocal slammer ‘Let you Go’ ft. Jareth, the emotive allure of Faye on ‘Twilight’ as well as the heavier hitting breakdowns of singles ‘Woohoo’, ‘Sound Barrier / Squeegee’ and ‘How Do I Kill’, his forthcoming album is once again set to defy expectations; Expectations which were already set dizzyingly high.
Still unheard is Rene’s second offering with Ivy Mairi ‘Every Time’, reminiscent of their previous collaboration ‘The Calling’ which saw them receive daytime airplay through Radio 1’s A list. Isaac Evans also joins the list of vocalists alongside Rene on ‘Can’t Get Enough’, with its subdued party vibe and familiar undertones. Tracks like ‘Slappo’ and ‘Detonate’ add a harder edge and together they encompass the vast musical spectrum Rene has at his fingertips.
From newcomer to genre icon, Rene LaVice has risen through the ranks and this is unsurprising after studying his back catalogue. And ‘Far From Perfect’ will add to this legacy, whilst also becoming a defining moment within Ram Records’ history.

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René LaVice ‘Detonate’

Rene LaVice
‘Far From Perfect’
Out Now

https://ramrecords.com/download/rammlp36d

Rene LaVice’s journey continues with his third LP on formative drum & bass imprint Ram Records, a label whose history spans across two decades. After being exclusively signed, following his pivotal ‘Headlock’ release, the Canadian stalwart has remained a centrepiece of Ram’s roster and his back catalogue is nothing short of groundbreaking. The same consistency has been administered to his forthcoming ‘Far From Perfect’ package, which builds on the foundations of both ‘Insidious’ and ‘Play with Fire’ to present another look into his versatile capabilities. It proves that alongside a plethora of taste-making records and the announcement of his BBC Radio 1 residency, Rene’s career has flourished, due to the creativity which streams through his music.

Having already teased ‘Far from Perfect’ through the high octane ‘Cold Crush’ ft. Gydra, his epic vocal slammer ‘Let you Go’ ft. Jareth, the emotive allure of Faye on ‘Twilight’ as well as the heavier hitting breakdowns of singles ‘Woohoo’, ‘Sound Barrier / Squeegee’ and ‘How Do I Kill’, his forthcoming album is once again set to defy expectations; Expectations which were already set dizzyingly high.
Still unheard is Rene’s second offering with Ivy Mairi ‘Every Time’, reminiscent of their previous collaboration ‘The Calling’ which saw them receive daytime airplay through Radio 1’s A list. Isaac Evans also joins the list of vocalists alongside Rene on ‘Can’t Get Enough’, with its subdued party vibe and familiar undertones. Tracks like ‘Slappo’ and ‘Detonate’ add a harder edge and together they encompass the vast musical spectrum Rene has at his fingertips.
From newcomer to genre icon, Rene LaVice has risen through the ranks and this is unsurprising after studying his back catalogue. And ‘Far From Perfect’ will add to this legacy, whilst also becoming a defining moment within Ram Records’ history.

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René LaVice ‘Twilight’ ft. Faye

Rene LaVice
‘Far From Perfect’
Out Now

https://ramrecords.com/download/rammlp36d

Rene LaVice’s journey continues with his third LP on formative drum & bass imprint Ram Records, a label whose history spans across two decades. After being exclusively signed, following his pivotal ‘Headlock’ release, the Canadian stalwart has remained a centrepiece of Ram’s roster and his back catalogue is nothing short of groundbreaking. The same consistency has been administered to his forthcoming ‘Far From Perfect’ package, which builds on the foundations of both ‘Insidious’ and ‘Play with Fire’ to present another look into his versatile capabilities. It proves that alongside a plethora of taste-making records and the announcement of his BBC Radio 1 residency, Rene’s career has flourished, due to the creativity which streams through his music.

Having already teased ‘Far from Perfect’ through the high octane ‘Cold Crush’ ft. Gydra, his epic vocal slammer ‘Let you Go’ ft. Jareth, the emotive allure of Faye on ‘Twilight’ as well as the heavier hitting breakdowns of singles ‘Woohoo’, ‘Sound Barrier / Squeegee’ and ‘How Do I Kill’, his forthcoming album is once again set to defy expectations; Expectations which were already set dizzyingly high.
Still unheard is Rene’s second offering with Ivy Mairi ‘Every Time’, reminiscent of their previous collaboration ‘The Calling’ which saw them receive daytime airplay through Radio 1’s A list. Isaac Evans also joins the list of vocalists alongside Rene on ‘Can’t Get Enough’, with its subdued party vibe and familiar undertones. Tracks like ‘Slappo’ and ‘Detonate’ add a harder edge and together they encompass the vast musical spectrum Rene has at his fingertips.
From newcomer to genre icon, Rene LaVice has risen through the ranks and this is unsurprising after studying his back catalogue. And ‘Far From Perfect’ will add to this legacy, whilst also becoming a defining moment within Ram Records’ history.

Become a fan of Rene Lavice: https://www.facebook.com/renelavice
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René LaVice ‘Can’t Get Enough’ ft Isaac Evans

Rene LaVice
‘Far From Perfect’
Out Now

https://ramrecords.com/download/rammlp36d

Rene LaVice’s journey continues with his third LP on formative drum & bass imprint Ram Records, a label whose history spans across two decades. After being exclusively signed, following his pivotal ‘Headlock’ release, the Canadian stalwart has remained a centrepiece of Ram’s roster and his back catalogue is nothing short of groundbreaking. The same consistency has been administered to his forthcoming ‘Far From Perfect’ package, which builds on the foundations of both ‘Insidious’ and ‘Play with Fire’ to present another look into his versatile capabilities. It proves that alongside a plethora of taste-making records and the announcement of his BBC Radio 1 residency, Rene’s career has flourished, due to the creativity which streams through his music.

Having already teased ‘Far from Perfect’ through the high octane ‘Cold Crush’ ft. Gydra, his epic vocal slammer ‘Let you Go’ ft. Jareth, the emotive allure of Faye on ‘Twilight’ as well as the heavier hitting breakdowns of singles ‘Woohoo’, ‘Sound Barrier / Squeegee’ and ‘How Do I Kill’, his forthcoming album is once again set to defy expectations; Expectations which were already set dizzyingly high.
Still unheard is Rene’s second offering with Ivy Mairi ‘Every Time’, reminiscent of their previous collaboration ‘The Calling’ which saw them receive daytime airplay through Radio 1’s A list. Isaac Evans also joins the list of vocalists alongside Rene on ‘Can’t Get Enough’, with its subdued party vibe and familiar undertones. Tracks like ‘Slappo’ and ‘Detonate’ add a harder edge and together they encompass the vast musical spectrum Rene has at his fingertips.
From newcomer to genre icon, Rene LaVice has risen through the ranks and this is unsurprising after studying his back catalogue. And ‘Far From Perfect’ will add to this legacy, whilst also becoming a defining moment within Ram Records’ history.

Become a fan of Rene Lavice: https://www.facebook.com/renelavice
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René LaVice ‘Every Time’ ft Ivy Mairi

Rene LaVice
‘Far From Perfect’
Out Now

https://ramrecords.com/download/rammlp36d

Rene LaVice’s journey continues with his third LP on formative drum & bass imprint Ram Records, a label whose history spans across two decades. After being exclusively signed, following his pivotal ‘Headlock’ release, the Canadian stalwart has remained a centrepiece of Ram’s roster and his back catalogue is nothing short of groundbreaking. The same consistency has been administered to his forthcoming ‘Far From Perfect’ package, which builds on the foundations of both ‘Insidious’ and ‘Play with Fire’ to present another look into his versatile capabilities. It proves that alongside a plethora of taste-making records and the announcement of his BBC Radio 1 residency, Rene’s career has flourished, due to the creativity which streams through his music.

Having already teased ‘Far from Perfect’ through the high octane ‘Cold Crush’ ft. Gydra, his epic vocal slammer ‘Let you Go’ ft. Jareth, the emotive allure of Faye on ‘Twilight’ as well as the heavier hitting breakdowns of singles ‘Woohoo’, ‘Sound Barrier / Squeegee’ and ‘How Do I Kill’, his forthcoming album is once again set to defy expectations; Expectations which were already set dizzyingly high.
Still unheard is Rene’s second offering with Ivy Mairi ‘Every Time’, reminiscent of their previous collaboration ‘The Calling’ which saw them receive daytime airplay through Radio 1’s A list. Isaac Evans also joins the list of vocalists alongside Rene on ‘Can’t Get Enough’, with its subdued party vibe and familiar undertones. Tracks like ‘Slappo’ and ‘Detonate’ add a harder edge and together they encompass the vast musical spectrum Rene has at his fingertips.
From newcomer to genre icon, Rene LaVice has risen through the ranks and this is unsurprising after studying his back catalogue. And ‘Far From Perfect’ will add to this legacy, whilst also becoming a defining moment within Ram Records’ history.

Become a fan of Rene Lavice: https://www.facebook.com/renelavice
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René LaVice ‘How Do I Kill’

Rene LaVice
‘Far From Perfect’
Out Now

https://ramrecords.com/download/rammlp36d

Rene LaVice’s journey continues with his third LP on formative drum & bass imprint Ram Records, a label whose history spans across two decades. After being exclusively signed, following his pivotal ‘Headlock’ release, the Canadian stalwart has remained a centrepiece of Ram’s roster and his back catalogue is nothing short of groundbreaking. The same consistency has been administered to his forthcoming ‘Far From Perfect’ package, which builds on the foundations of both ‘Insidious’ and ‘Play with Fire’ to present another look into his versatile capabilities. It proves that alongside a plethora of taste-making records and the announcement of his BBC Radio 1 residency, Rene’s career has flourished, due to the creativity which streams through his music.

Having already teased ‘Far from Perfect’ through the high octane ‘Cold Crush’ ft. Gydra, his epic vocal slammer ‘Let you Go’ ft. Jareth, the emotive allure of Faye on ‘Twilight’ as well as the heavier hitting breakdowns of singles ‘Woohoo’, ‘Sound Barrier / Squeegee’ and ‘How Do I Kill’, his forthcoming album is once again set to defy expectations; Expectations which were already set dizzyingly high.
Still unheard is Rene’s second offering with Ivy Mairi ‘Every Time’, reminiscent of their previous collaboration ‘The Calling’ which saw them receive daytime airplay through Radio 1’s A list. Isaac Evans also joins the list of vocalists alongside Rene on ‘Can’t Get Enough’, with its subdued party vibe and familiar undertones. Tracks like ‘Slappo’ and ‘Detonate’ add a harder edge and together they encompass the vast musical spectrum Rene has at his fingertips.
From newcomer to genre icon, Rene LaVice has risen through the ranks and this is unsurprising after studying his back catalogue. And ‘Far From Perfect’ will add to this legacy, whilst also becoming a defining moment within Ram Records’ history.

Become a fan of Rene Lavice: https://www.facebook.com/renelavice
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René LaVice ‘Let You Go’ Feat. Jareth

Rene LaVice
‘Far From Perfect’
Out Now

https://ramrecords.com/download/rammlp36d

Rene LaVice’s journey continues with his third LP on formative drum & bass imprint Ram Records, a label whose history spans across two decades. After being exclusively signed, following his pivotal ‘Headlock’ release, the Canadian stalwart has remained a centrepiece of Ram’s roster and his back catalogue is nothing short of groundbreaking. The same consistency has been administered to his forthcoming ‘Far From Perfect’ package, which builds on the foundations of both ‘Insidious’ and ‘Play with Fire’ to present another look into his versatile capabilities. It proves that alongside a plethora of taste-making records and the announcement of his BBC Radio 1 residency, Rene’s career has flourished, due to the creativity which streams through his music.

Having already teased ‘Far from Perfect’ through the high octane ‘Cold Crush’ ft. Gydra, his epic vocal slammer ‘Let you Go’ ft. Jareth, the emotive allure of Faye on ‘Twilight’ as well as the heavier hitting breakdowns of singles ‘Woohoo’, ‘Sound Barrier / Squeegee’ and ‘How Do I Kill’, his forthcoming album is once again set to defy expectations; Expectations which were already set dizzyingly high.
Still unheard is Rene’s second offering with Ivy Mairi ‘Every Time’, reminiscent of their previous collaboration ‘The Calling’ which saw them receive daytime airplay through Radio 1’s A list. Isaac Evans also joins the list of vocalists alongside Rene on ‘Can’t Get Enough’, with its subdued party vibe and familiar undertones. Tracks like ‘Slappo’ and ‘Detonate’ add a harder edge and together they encompass the vast musical spectrum Rene has at his fingertips.
From newcomer to genre icon, Rene LaVice has risen through the ranks and this is unsurprising after studying his back catalogue. And ‘Far From Perfect’ will add to this legacy, whilst also becoming a defining moment within Ram Records’ history.

Become a fan of Rene Lavice: https://www.facebook.com/renelavice
Follow Rene LaVice on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ReneLaVice

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René LaVice ‘Cold Crush’ ft. Gydra

Rene LaVice
‘Far From Perfect’
Out Now

https://ramrecords.com/download/rammlp36d

Rene LaVice’s journey continues with his third LP on formative drum & bass imprint Ram Records, a label whose history spans across two decades. After being exclusively signed, following his pivotal ‘Headlock’ release, the Canadian stalwart has remained a centrepiece of Ram’s roster and his back catalogue is nothing short of groundbreaking. The same consistency has been administered to his forthcoming ‘Far From Perfect’ package, which builds on the foundations of both ‘Insidious’ and ‘Play with Fire’ to present another look into his versatile capabilities. It proves that alongside a plethora of taste-making records and the announcement of his BBC Radio 1 residency, Rene’s career has flourished, due to the creativity which streams through his music.

Having already teased ‘Far from Perfect’ through the high octane ‘Cold Crush’ ft. Gydra, his epic vocal slammer ‘Let you Go’ ft. Jareth, the emotive allure of Faye on ‘Twilight’ as well as the heavier hitting breakdowns of singles ‘Woohoo’, ‘Sound Barrier / Squeegee’ and ‘How Do I Kill’, his forthcoming album is once again set to defy expectations; Expectations which were already set dizzyingly high.
Still unheard is Rene’s second offering with Ivy Mairi ‘Every Time’, reminiscent of their previous collaboration ‘The Calling’ which saw them receive daytime airplay through Radio 1’s A list. Isaac Evans also joins the list of vocalists alongside Rene on ‘Can’t Get Enough’, with its subdued party vibe and familiar undertones. Tracks like ‘Slappo’ and ‘Detonate’ add a harder edge and together they encompass the vast musical spectrum Rene has at his fingertips.
From newcomer to genre icon, Rene LaVice has risen through the ranks and this is unsurprising after studying his back catalogue. And ‘Far From Perfect’ will add to this legacy, whilst also becoming a defining moment within Ram Records’ history.

Become a fan of Rene Lavice: https://www.facebook.com/renelavice
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René LaVice ‘Woohoo’

Rene LaVice
‘Far From Perfect’
Out Now

https://ramrecords.com/download/rammlp36d

Rene LaVice’s journey continues with his third LP on formative drum & bass imprint Ram Records, a label whose history spans across two decades. After being exclusively signed, following his pivotal ‘Headlock’ release, the Canadian stalwart has remained a centrepiece of Ram’s roster and his back catalogue is nothing short of groundbreaking. The same consistency has been administered to his forthcoming ‘Far From Perfect’ package, which builds on the foundations of both ‘Insidious’ and ‘Play with Fire’ to present another look into his versatile capabilities. It proves that alongside a plethora of taste-making records and the announcement of his BBC Radio 1 residency, Rene’s career has flourished, due to the creativity which streams through his music.

Having already teased ‘Far from Perfect’ through the high octane ‘Cold Crush’ ft. Gydra, his epic vocal slammer ‘Let you Go’ ft. Jareth, the emotive allure of Faye on ‘Twilight’ as well as the heavier hitting breakdowns of singles ‘Woohoo’, ‘Sound Barrier / Squeegee’ and ‘How Do I Kill’, his forthcoming album is once again set to defy expectations; Expectations which were already set dizzyingly high.
Still unheard is Rene’s second offering with Ivy Mairi ‘Every Time’, reminiscent of their previous collaboration ‘The Calling’ which saw them receive daytime airplay through Radio 1’s A list. Isaac Evans also joins the list of vocalists alongside Rene on ‘Can’t Get Enough’, with its subdued party vibe and familiar undertones. Tracks like ‘Slappo’ and ‘Detonate’ add a harder edge and together they encompass the vast musical spectrum Rene has at his fingertips.
From newcomer to genre icon, Rene LaVice has risen through the ranks and this is unsurprising after studying his back catalogue. And ‘Far From Perfect’ will add to this legacy, whilst also becoming a defining moment within Ram Records’ history.

Become a fan of Rene Lavice: https://www.facebook.com/renelavice
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René LaVice ‘Slappo’

Rene LaVice
‘Far From Perfect’
Out Now

https://ramrecords.com/download/rammlp36d

Rene LaVice’s journey continues with his third LP on formative drum & bass imprint Ram Records, a label whose history spans across two decades. After being exclusively signed, following his pivotal ‘Headlock’ release, the Canadian stalwart has remained a centrepiece of Ram’s roster and his back catalogue is nothing short of groundbreaking. The same consistency has been administered to his forthcoming ‘Far From Perfect’ package, which builds on the foundations of both ‘Insidious’ and ‘Play with Fire’ to present another look into his versatile capabilities. It proves that alongside a plethora of taste-making records and the announcement of his BBC Radio 1 residency, Rene’s career has flourished, due to the creativity which streams through his music.

Having already teased ‘Far from Perfect’ through the high octane ‘Cold Crush’ ft. Gydra, his epic vocal slammer ‘Let you Go’ ft. Jareth, the emotive allure of Faye on ‘Twilight’ as well as the heavier hitting breakdowns of singles ‘Woohoo’, ‘Sound Barrier / Squeegee’ and ‘How Do I Kill’, his forthcoming album is once again set to defy expectations; Expectations which were already set dizzyingly high.
Still unheard is Rene’s second offering with Ivy Mairi ‘Every Time’, reminiscent of their previous collaboration ‘The Calling’ which saw them receive daytime airplay through Radio 1’s A list. Isaac Evans also joins the list of vocalists alongside Rene on ‘Can’t Get Enough’, with its subdued party vibe and familiar undertones. Tracks like ‘Slappo’ and ‘Detonate’ add a harder edge and together they encompass the vast musical spectrum Rene has at his fingertips.
From newcomer to genre icon, Rene LaVice has risen through the ranks and this is unsurprising after studying his back catalogue. And ‘Far From Perfect’ will add to this legacy, whilst also becoming a defining moment within Ram Records’ history.

Become a fan of Rene Lavice: https://www.facebook.com/renelavice
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Rene LaVice – ‘Drop It’

Rene LaVice – ‘Drop It’

With the New Year beginning and having already released two critically acclaimed albums, Rene LaVice is ready to unleash yet another phenomenal LP into a discography which has grown him a formidable fan base. Following a slew of successes throughout 2017, which saw a hard grafted career path lead him even further under the spotlight, his singles on groundbreaking drum & bass imprint Ram Records have reignited the excitement which surrounded the artist when he was first signed to the label. As well as the announcement of his tastemaker Radio 1 slot, he’s levelled up since his appearance on the scene and continues to push the boundaries with every movement he’s made since.

Forthcoming in its lead up is ‘Drop it’, a dancefloor lead anthem which focuses on an epic build up and an even more cataclysmic breakdown. The track steps keenly into live drum instrumentals and slowly ticking beats, before Rene’s own vocal sample drives you deep through the track’s heart. The tell-tale Rene LaVice snare then kicks into play, before you’re weaved through an effortlessly tight mixdown, taking on hit after hit of unadulterated bass peddles. The producer reasserts himself as one of the most enigmatic and creative artists within the current climate, drawing on a host of influences to fully expose the music he draws inspiration from. ‘Drop it’ warbles like a siren, manifesting the image of all-out chaos when it’s launched from speaker stacks. Prepare yourself for the new sounds of Rene LaVice; 2018 has begun yet another epic chapter.

The album is pencilled for early summer and fans both old and new will be waiting patiently for the successor of ‘Play with Fire’. Set to be released on Ram Records, a label which has been twenty five years strong in the game and boasts some of the scene’s finest, it’s the perfect home for yet another game-changing Rene LaVice record.

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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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Rene LaVice – Back

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The annual drum & bass mecca is nearly upon us. Every year, thousands of drum & bass revellers descend on Prague’s Let it Roll festival, a gathering which has expanded and become one of the genre’s largest celebrations. The global drum & bass elite meet for three days of explosive line ups. And once again the definitive imprint Ram Records is taking over with their groundbreaking roster, preparing to unleash their formidable sounds onto Let it Roll’s vast audience.

It’s not just the live aspect which makes Let it Roll such a revered part of the drum & bass world; it’s the releases which help build anticipation for the festival. This year, Ram Records delivers another four track EP to set the mood for their forthcoming takeover, featuring special guests and Ram’s renowned names for an explosive introduction to the Let it Roll experience.

Rene LaVice needs little introduction, with his offering ‘Back’ making a welcome return to the signature which has become a resounding part of the Ram back catalogue. ‘Back’ drags you into a sonic landscape which ebbs and flows between each drum break, taking you deeper and deeper with shaking percussion and a climatic second breakdown. Rene’s delivery is followed by next guest Sound in Noise, who returns to Ram for the aggressive sonic assault ‘WHAT!’. Each spike of distortion punches through to the synapses, creating a carefully manufactured yet disjointed drum & bass track which is sure to get crowds moving.

The EP provides a snapshot into what Ram has in store for Let it Roll –let them soundtrack the countdown. And with roster stalwarts Calyx & Teebee taking on the opening ceremony, this year will be the biggest yet for the label with the clock ticking for their Czech invasion.

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Rene LaVice – Richter Scale (DnB Mix)

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In the last five years, Rene LaVice has certainly cemented his name amongst the big leagues. His debut LP ‘Insidious’ on the Ram Records imprint was met with critical acclaim across the board, building anticipation for every subsequent release. Whether it’s receiving daytime radio airplay on the Radio1 A list or being played out at the UK’s most underground clubs, each output has shown impeccable production standards.
His second LP ‘Play with Fire’ and its remix compilation once again pedestalled the Canadian producer’s talent. He delivered a carefully woven set of records that channel an energy which is inherently his. Capitalising on this endeavour, the ‘Richter Scale’ EP follows the same path, dipping into an array of sub genres to create his own signature sound. With an extensive collection of track mixes, from Trap to House, he shows a cross pollination of BPMs that bring together the very best of his discography. Although, this only comes naturally to a consummate artist… Especially one who delves into the world of both film making and music.
Title-track ‘Richter Scale’ was the product of a Bud Light campaign earlier this year, which saw Rene take centre stage and inject a 174 infusion of cranking drums and tell-tale snare. An elusive intro with gradually rising and falling pads takes you deep into the crevice of his mind. Following in quick succession is the House and Trap edits; whilst the House edit transports you into a first thumping dimension of bass, its Trap counterpart takes you on a journey given momentum by its 808s.
‘Some Things Never Change’ is a totally fresh offering from LaVice, with metallic, distorted instrumentals taking you on a frog march, ramped up by its energetically slick bassline. Weaving through the mix is a vocal which adds to its loftier air, giving it a more haunting twist between its stockier elements. And finally, the multi-genre extended version of ‘Richter Scale’, giving you a full frontal assault of every genre switch up provided throughout the EP’s entirety. Even more proof that Rene LaVice is a master of his craft, from beginning to end.

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June Miller – Spin test

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Madface – Fallen Deep Enough Feat. Janine Small

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Calyx & Teebee – Get It Twisted

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Rene LaVice & Current Value – Calm The Fuck Down

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Rene LaVice – Wicked It Worked

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Rene LaVice – Wicked It Worked

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The 2nd LP from Rene LaVice on the Ram Records imprint was one that cemented his reputation as one of the most musically distinct artists in his field. ‘Play With Fire’ presented a brand new twist in the Rene LaVice discography. Featuring a range of tracks that bridge the gap between genres, it’s been Rene’s most diverse output to date. And since the LP dropped on his extensive fan base, whilst snaring new audiences across the musical spectrum, he’s back with reworks on some of the LPs most outstanding titles.

‘Wave’ rolls out first, infusing a more domineering indie-rock breakdown against Rene’s signature snare, it steps even further out of the drum & bass paradigm. Still lead by vocal crescendos weaving between the mix, it’s still instantly recognisable.

Up next you’re presented with a brand new cut, one likely to grasp the attention of anyone who enjoys grimy beats and a brooding bassline. Snapping kick drums stand alongside quaking subs to take you deep into Rene’s darker sound bites. ‘Wicked it Works’ is yet again another fresh record sure to ignite the anticipation for this release. With jungle breaks and a ragga sample pushing through its layers, the track is a welcome add on to his LPs 2016 successor.

Lastly comes the retake on Rene’s ‘Lights Out’, drawing once again for the voice talents of David Boomah and contorted over a more old school uptake on the original. A rolling number that reverberates on impact, it still holds the same weight, but through an alternative construction of beats.

So here’s to another milestone in Rene LaVice’s career – one that will resound for years to come and further indent him in the genre’s history books.

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Rene LaVice – Wave (DnB Mix)

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Rene LaVice – Wave (DnB Mix)

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The 2nd LP from Rene LaVice on the Ram Records imprint was one that cemented his reputation as one of the most musically distinct artists in his field. ‘Play With Fire’ presented a brand new twist in the Rene LaVice discography. Featuring a range of tracks that bridge the gap between genres, it’s been Rene’s most diverse output to date. And since the LP dropped on his extensive fan base, whilst snaring new audiences across the musical spectrum, he’s back with reworks on some of the LPs most outstanding titles.

‘Wave’ rolls out first, infusing a more domineering indie-rock breakdown against Rene’s signature snare, it steps even further out of the drum & bass paradigm. Still lead by vocal crescendos weaving between the mix, it’s still instantly recognisable.

Up next you’re presented with a brand new cut, one likely to grasp the attention of anyone who enjoys grimy beats and a brooding bassline. Snapping kick drums stand alongside quaking subs to take you deep into Rene’s darker sound bites. ‘Wicked it Works’ is yet again another fresh record sure to ignite the anticipation for this release. With jungle breaks and a ragga sample pushing through its layers, the track is a welcome add on to his LPs 2016 successor.

Lastly comes the retake on Rene’s ‘Lights Out’, drawing once again for the voice talents of David Boomah and contorted over a more old school uptake on the original. A rolling number that reverberates on impact, it still holds the same weight, but through an alternative construction of beats.

So here’s to another milestone in Rene LaVice’s career – one that will resound for years to come and further indent him in the genre’s history books.

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Rene LaVice – Lights Out Revamped Feat. David Boomah

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The 2nd LP from Rene LaVice on the Ram Records imprint was one that cemented his reputation as one of the most musically distinct artists in his field. ‘Play With Fire’ presented a brand new twist in the Rene LaVice discography. Featuring a range of tracks that bridge the gap between genres, it’s been Rene’s most diverse output to date. And since the LP dropped on his extensive fan base, whilst snaring new audiences across the musical spectrum, he’s back with reworks on some of the LPs most outstanding titles.

‘Wave’ rolls out first, infusing a more domineering indie-rock breakdown against Rene’s signature snare, it steps even further out of the drum & bass paradigm. Still lead by vocal crescendos weaving between the mix, it’s still instantly recognisable.

Up next you’re presented with a brand new cut, one likely to grasp the attention of anyone who enjoys grimy beats and a brooding bassline. Snapping kick drums stand alongside quaking subs to take you deep into Rene’s darker sound bites. ‘Wicked it Works’ is yet again another fresh record sure to ignite the anticipation for this release. With jungle breaks and a ragga sample pushing through its layers, the track is a welcome add on to his LPs 2016 successor.

Lastly comes the retake on Rene’s ‘Lights Out’, drawing once again for the voice talents of David Boomah and contorted over a more old school uptake on the original. A rolling number that reverberates on impact, it still holds the same weight, but through an alternative construction of beats.

So here’s to another milestone in Rene LaVice’s career – one that will resound for years to come and further indent him in the genre’s history books.

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Rene LaVice – Public Xerox

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Rene LaVice – Public Xerox

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The 2nd LP from Rene LaVice on the Ram Records imprint was one that cemented his reputation as one of the most musically distinct artists in his field. ‘Play With Fire’ presented a brand new twist in the Rene LaVice discography. Featuring a range of tracks that bridge the gap between genres, it’s been Rene’s most diverse output to date. And since the LP dropped on his extensive fan base, whilst snaring new audiences across the musical spectrum, he’s back with reworks on some of the LPs most outstanding titles.

‘Wave’ rolls out first, infusing a more domineering indie-rock breakdown against Rene’s signature snare, it steps even further out of the drum & bass paradigm. Still lead by vocal crescendos weaving between the mix, it’s still instantly recognisable.

Up next you’re presented with a brand new cut, one likely to grasp the attention of anyone who enjoys grimy beats and a brooding bassline. Snapping kick drums stand alongside quaking subs to take you deep into Rene’s darker sound bites. ‘Wicked it Works’ is yet again another fresh record sure to ignite the anticipation for this release. With jungle breaks and a ragga sample pushing through its layers, the track is a welcome add on to his LPs 2016 successor.

Lastly comes the retake on Rene’s ‘Lights Out’, drawing once again for the voice talents of David Boomah and contorted over a more old school uptake on the original. A rolling number that reverberates on impact, it still holds the same weight, but through an alternative construction of beats.

So here’s to another milestone in Rene LaVice’s career – one that will resound for years to come and further indent him in the genre’s history books.

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Rene LaVice – I Know Not

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Rene LaVice – I Know Not

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The seminal second album from Rene LaVice shows a commitment not only to musical diversity, but also his chartered growth as an artist. One of the most creatively unique journeys that any LP has offered from the Ram Records camp, it pedestals music which has been present throughout sets from the past year. Whether that’s been on the stages of Las Vegas’ EDC, championed by revered label head Andy C, or at Download Festival, Glastonbury and during support slots for The Prodigy by Rene himself, there are stand out tracks which fans have already been made familiar with on dancefloors across the globe. And the wait for their release has been met with baited breath.

Already hitting airwaves with debut album ‘Insidious’, which received Radio1 airplay from Annie Mac, Nick Grimshaw and Mistajam, the follow up has received support from the likes of Beats1 mogul Zane Lowe and MTV. ‘The Calling’ found itself nestled on Radio1’s daytime playlists, whilst rock-inspired ‘Part of Me’ was premiered on iTunes biggest streaming platform.

From the slamming 808s of the aptly named ‘Fook it’, to the indie, vocal lead crescendos of ‘Wave’, Rene clearly smashes a prototype throughout the LP’s entirety. You’re also reintroduced to Radio1 A-list record ‘The Calling’, as well as dancefloor detonator ‘Air Force One’ and an array of other singles which have set the album’s precedent. Plenty of fresh new cuts add to the impressive track listing, with opening track ‘Lights Outs’ featuring the rasp of David Boomah and clunking reece bass, whilst album closer ‘Riot All Right’ ends on Rene’s own signature voice notes.

Merging together so many stylistic features, taken from an array of influences, this album presents a multi-levelled approach to music making, drawing not just from electronic music but also genres celebrated worldwide. ‘Play with Fire’ will stand as one of the most pivotal release in not only Rene’s discography, but also across drum & bass as a whole… A ground breaking set of records which prove the genre’s development, from the jungle breaks of the 90’s, to its adaption to the contemporary world.

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