Killbox ‘Troll Eater’

Killbox
‘Pleasure Palace’

Out Now
https://www.ramrecords.com/download/rammlp37d

After the announcement that Ed Rush and Audio would be joining arms to present their brand new ‘Killbox’ project, their stream of releases have been relentless. Although this can only be expected from artists who have decade’s worth of experience within drum & bass, paving their own ways and even shaping the genre’s foundations. The epitomic part of their project now comes in the form of their forthcoming LP ‘Pleasure Palace’, a colossal fourteen tracks which includes a host of unreleased records reclaiming their places as contemporary pillars within the scene. They’re now set to add to their conjoined history and ‘Pleasure Palace’ offers another chapter, alongside many of their standalone, groundbreaking LPs.

Having already unveiled the likes of ‘Cousin of Zilch’, ‘Clickbait’ ft. Rymetyme, ‘Neverwhere’ and ‘Witchmaker’, which have lined many of the biggest sets over the last time twelve months, they are set to explode back onto the market with a huge selection of fresh cuts. The gritty sounds of ‘Colony’ with its manipulated bass movements open the LP, with ‘Kashmir Uzi’ continuing the assault. ‘Goldfoot’ crashes forward with the same ferocity whilst ‘Kurtz’ rolls into play with crunching LFOs. The peaking vocals of Loletta Holloways on ‘Nitty Gritty’ smashes through alongside its climatic breaks, followed by in quick succession by ‘Shoreditch Shuffle’ and ‘Delete Profile’. They both channel the same chaos but ‘Delete Profile’ expands with a more subdued air. ‘Real World’ once again ramps up the track listing with its executioners’ style, whilst ‘Soul Eject’ appeals to the pairs more old-school roots with its cranking snares. Closing the album, ‘Troll Eater’ comes fast and hard, the final climax with a lasting impression. It’s an undeniably versatile collection, projecting a side of both artists which have yet to been.

‘Pleasure Palace’ will be released on the twenty-five year strong dance imprint Ram Records and the stage has already been set. After decimating crowds at London’s definitive Arcadia show, their soundtrack is about to be unleashed on drum & bass’ wider audience.

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Killbox ‘Real World’

Killbox
‘Pleasure Palace’

Out Now
https://www.ramrecords.com/download/rammlp37d

After the announcement that Ed Rush and Audio would be joining arms to present their brand new ‘Killbox’ project, their stream of releases have been relentless. Although this can only be expected from artists who have decade’s worth of experience within drum & bass, paving their own ways and even shaping the genre’s foundations. The epitomic part of their project now comes in the form of their forthcoming LP ‘Pleasure Palace’, a colossal fourteen tracks which includes a host of unreleased records reclaiming their places as contemporary pillars within the scene. They’re now set to add to their conjoined history and ‘Pleasure Palace’ offers another chapter, alongside many of their standalone, groundbreaking LPs.

Having already unveiled the likes of ‘Cousin of Zilch’, ‘Clickbait’ ft. Rymetyme, ‘Neverwhere’ and ‘Witchmaker’, which have lined many of the biggest sets over the last time twelve months, they are set to explode back onto the market with a huge selection of fresh cuts. The gritty sounds of ‘Colony’ with its manipulated bass movements open the LP, with ‘Kashmir Uzi’ continuing the assault. ‘Goldfoot’ crashes forward with the same ferocity whilst ‘Kurtz’ rolls into play with crunching LFOs. The peaking vocals of Loletta Holloways on ‘Nitty Gritty’ smashes through alongside its climatic breaks, followed by in quick succession by ‘Shoreditch Shuffle’ and ‘Delete Profile’. They both channel the same chaos but ‘Delete Profile’ expands with a more subdued air. ‘Real World’ once again ramps up the track listing with its executioners’ style, whilst ‘Soul Eject’ appeals to the pairs more old-school roots with its cranking snares. Closing the album, ‘Troll Eater’ comes fast and hard, the final climax with a lasting impression. It’s an undeniably versatile collection, projecting a side of both artists which have yet to been.

‘Pleasure Palace’ will be released on the twenty-five year strong dance imprint Ram Records and the stage has already been set. After decimating crowds at London’s definitive Arcadia show, their soundtrack is about to be unleashed on drum & bass’ wider audience.

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Killbox ‘Gold Foot’

Killbox
‘Pleasure Palace’
Out Now
Ram Records

After the announcement that Ed Rush and Audio would be joining arms to present their brand new ‘Killbox’ project, their stream of releases have been relentless. Although this can only be expected from artists who have decade’s worth of experience within drum & bass, paving their own ways and even shaping the genre’s foundations. The epitomic part of their project now comes in the form of their forthcoming LP ‘Pleasure Palace’, a colossal fourteen tracks which includes a host of unreleased records reclaiming their places as contemporary pillars within the scene. They’re now set to add to their conjoined history and ‘Pleasure Palace’ offers another chapter, alongside many of their standalone, groundbreaking LPs.

Having already unveiled the likes of ‘Cousin of Zilch’, ‘Clickbait’ ft. Rymetyme, ‘Neverwhere’ and ‘Witchmaker’, which have lined many of the biggest sets over the last time twelve months, they are set to explode back onto the market with a huge selection of fresh cuts. The gritty sounds of ‘Colony’ with its manipulated bass movements open the LP, with ‘Kashmir Uzi’ continuing the assault. ‘Goldfoot’ crashes forward with the same ferocity whilst ‘Kurtz’ rolls into play with crunching LFOs. The peaking vocals of Loletta Holloways on ‘Nitty Gritty’ smashes through alongside its climatic breaks, followed by in quick succession by ‘Shoreditch Shuffle’ and ‘Delete Profile’. They both channel the same chaos but ‘Delete Profile’ expands with a more subdued air. ‘Real World’ once again ramps up the track listing with its executioners’ style, whilst ‘Soul Eject’ appeals to the pairs more old-school roots with its cranking snares. Closing the album, ‘Troll Eater’ comes fast and hard, the final climax with a lasting impression. It’s an undeniably versatile collection, projecting a side of both artists which have yet to been.

‘Pleasure Palace’ will be released on the twenty-five year strong dance imprint Ram Records and the stage has already been set. After decimating crowds at London’s definitive Arcadia show, their soundtrack is about to be unleashed on drum & bass’ wider audience.

www.facebook.com/killboxuk
www.twitter.com/killboxdnb

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Killbox ‘Colony’

Killbox
‘Pleasure Palace’
Out Now
Ram Records

After the announcement that Ed Rush and Audio would be joining arms to present their brand new ‘Killbox’ project, their stream of releases have been relentless. Although this can only be expected from artists who have decade’s worth of experience within drum & bass, paving their own ways and even shaping the genre’s foundations. The epitomic part of their project now comes in the form of their forthcoming LP ‘Pleasure Palace’, a colossal fourteen tracks which includes a host of unreleased records reclaiming their places as contemporary pillars within the scene. They’re now set to add to their conjoined history and ‘Pleasure Palace’ offers another chapter, alongside many of their standalone, groundbreaking LPs.

Having already unveiled the likes of ‘Cousin of Zilch’, ‘Clickbait’ ft. Rymetyme, ‘Neverwhere’ and ‘Witchmaker’, which have lined many of the biggest sets over the last time twelve months, they are set to explode back onto the market with a huge selection of fresh cuts. The gritty sounds of ‘Colony’ with its manipulated bass movements open the LP, with ‘Kashmir Uzi’ continuing the assault. ‘Goldfoot’ crashes forward with the same ferocity whilst ‘Kurtz’ rolls into play with crunching LFOs. The peaking vocals of Loletta Holloways on ‘Nitty Gritty’ smashes through alongside its climatic breaks, followed by in quick succession by ‘Shoreditch Shuffle’ and ‘Delete Profile’. They both channel the same chaos but ‘Delete Profile’ expands with a more subdued air. ‘Real World’ once again ramps up the track listing with its executioners’ style, whilst ‘Soul Eject’ appeals to the pairs more old-school roots with its cranking snares. Closing the album, ‘Troll Eater’ comes fast and hard, the final climax with a lasting impression. It’s an undeniably versatile collection, projecting a side of both artists which have yet to been.

‘Pleasure Palace’ will be released on the twenty-five year strong dance imprint Ram Records and the stage has already been set. After decimating crowds at London’s definitive Arcadia show, their soundtrack is about to be unleashed on drum & bass’ wider audience.

www.facebook.com/killboxuk
www.twitter.com/killboxdnb

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Killbox -‘Shoreditch Shuffle’

Taken from the album – Killbox ‘Pleasure Palace’
Released 8th June
Ram Records

After the announcement that Ed Rush and Audio would be joining arms to present their brand new ‘Killbox’ project, their stream of releases have been relentless. Although this can only be expected from artists who have decade’s worth of experience within drum & bass, paving their own ways and even shaping the genre’s foundations. The epitomic part of their project now comes in the form of their forthcoming LP ‘Pleasure Palace’, a colossal fourteen tracks which includes a host of unreleased records reclaiming their places as contemporary pillars within the scene. They’re now set to add to their conjoined history and ‘Pleasure Palace’ offers another chapter, alongside many of their standalone, groundbreaking LPs.

Having already unveiled the likes of ‘Cousin of Zilch’, ‘Clickbait’ ft. Rymetyme, ‘Neverwhere’ and ‘Witchmaker’, which have lined many of the biggest sets over the last time twelve months, they are set to explode back onto the market with a huge selection of fresh cuts. The gritty sounds of ‘Colony’ with its manipulated bass movements open the LP, with ‘Kashmir Uzi’ continuing the assault. ‘Goldfoot’ crashes forward with the same ferocity whilst ‘Kurtz’ rolls into play with crunching LFOs. The peaking vocals of Loletta Holloways on ‘Nitty Gritty’ smashes through alongside its climatic breaks, followed by in quick succession by ‘Shoreditch Shuffle’ and ‘Delete Profile’. They both channel the same chaos but ‘Delete Profile’ expands with a more subdued air. ‘Real World’ once again ramps up the track listing with its executioners’ style, whilst ‘Soul Eject’ appeals to the pairs more old-school roots with its cranking snares. Closing the album, ‘Troll Eater’ comes fast and hard, the final climax with a lasting impression. It’s an undeniably versatile collection, projecting a side of both artists which have yet to been.

‘Pleasure Palace’ will be released on the twenty-five year strong dance imprint Ram Records and the stage has already been set. After decimating crowds at London’s definitive Arcadia show, their soundtrack is about to be unleashed on drum & bass’ wider audience.

www.facebook.com/killboxuk
www.twitter.com/killboxdnb

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www.Ramrecords.com
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Killbox – Clickbait Feat. Rymetyme

Killbox – Clickbait Feat. Rymetyme – 31 June
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Killbox bring some of the nastiest sounds the Ram Records roster offers, packing the heat with every sonic delivery they unleash onto their audience. From their first unveiling at Ram’s seminal New Year’s Eve event, to their self-titled EP, Killbox exploded onto the scene with an unrelenting ferocity. Although this can only be expected from two artists who’ve played the game since drum & basses darker realms came to prominence, having been a part of it for over two decades.

Both Ed Rush and Audio are renowned for spearheading their styles, never bowing to commercial pressure and staying true to their roots. Following the runaway success of their first release on Ram, they return with ‘Clickbait’ featuring Rymetyme, adding to a slowly growing back catalogue. As standalone artists, they’ve already made a definitive imprint within Ram’s discography and it’s time for them to move Killbox even further into the spotlight.

‘Clickbait’ orchestrates Rymetyme’s moody, brooding vocals to give an even more sinister twist on the crunching sonics which underpin the record. A track which begins to build layer by layer with creepily distorted bass and an intro which steps its way into a weighty drop, ‘Clickbait’ throws you down a crazily signposted chasm of pounding drums and rattling metallics. There are no brakes for Ed Rush and Audio; ‘Clickbait’ runs through like a freight train, unstoppable in its destruction

It once again demonstrates how uncompromising the duo are. Killbox aren’t afraid to submerge you in their no-holds-barred approach, continuing their ascent pathed with every one of their nastily slick productions.

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Ed Rush & Optical – Long Stay (ft. RymeTyme)

Naughty track from the legendary Ed Rush & Optical’s forthcoming “No Cure” LP, featuring none other than RymeTyme on the microphone for this one. The long awaited album is finally out on the 30th of October via Virus Recordings, Support on iTunes: http://ukf.me/nocureukf

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Blackout Podcast 42 – Signs [Official Channel] Drum & Bass

Blackout podcast, bringing the finest Drum & Bass around. This time mixed by Signs!

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Tracklist:
Signs – Clockout [Piranha Pool Dub]
Noisia, Mefjus & Hybris – Clusterfunk [Vision]
Disprove – Tip slip [dub]
Neonlight & Wintermute – Influx [Blackout]
Emperor – Passed Up [Critical]
The Prototypes – Pop It Off [Viper]
Emperor – Control [Critical]
Teddy Killez – Teddynator [Ram]
Current Value – agenda [Bad Taste]
Signs – Headbolt [Project 51]
Signs Percuss [Eatbrain]
Signs – Modulate [Ram]
Dom & Roland – Jedi (Mefjus remix) [Citrus]
Mefjus & Rido – Correlation [Blackout]
Neonlight & Wintermute – Posthuman [Blackout]
Joe Ford – Snares [Shogun]
Neonlight & Wintermute – Guinea Pig [Blackout]
Phace – Shape The Random [Neosignal]
Noisia – Incessant [Vision]
Optiv & BTK – Get Dark (Signs remix) [Playaz dub]
Modestep – Machines (Mefjus remix) [Max]
Signs & Sks – Cobalt [Vandal dub]
Dabs ft. Rymetyme – Grindwerk [Eatbrain]
Signs – Acid Test [Piranha Pool dub]
Hypoxia – Profanity [Eatbrain dub]
Posij – Techplant [Critical]
ID – ID
Mefjus & Rido – Optimum Trajectory [Blackout]
Joe Ford – All Of Us [Shogun]
L33 – Chain Reaction [Lifted]
Disprove – Call The Shots [dub]
ID – ID
Audeka – Peat Bog (Posij remix) [Underslung Audio]
Signs – Diesel [Vandal dub]

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Dabs – Grindwerk Ft. Rymetyme [Eatbrain]

Blackout Youtube Selection, Bringing you the finest and latest of the heavier styles of Drum & Bass!

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QO – The Fuse ft. RymeTyme [Eatbrain]

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“The beginning of 2015 sees Czech producer Qo deliver his debut solo EP for Eatbrain. Over the last few years, he’s become one of the strongest voices in hard drum & bass, owing to his expert skills in the studio – where he’s carved out a distinct, aggressive brand of neurofunk – as well as the DJ booth. After absolutely smashing his debut Eatbrain track earlier this year (‘Killcode’) it seemed only fitting that he deliver several more.”

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