What So Not & Skrillex ft. KLP – GOH (Signal Remix)

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Teddy Killerz – Release Me

Teddy Killer – Release Me – 2 June

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After a plethora of stinging singles taken from it, the Teddy Killerz are ready to drop their debut album ‘Nightmare Street’ on Ram; and rest assured it lives up to the hype and more. Drawing from across the bass music spectrum the TK hybrid sound fuses the fiercest of drum & bass with tough broken beats, metal and some of the most breathtaking vocals coutesy of Ayah Marar, Lena Cullen and Laurent John. Manoeuvring from tracks such as the dance floor ready ‘Unbelievable’ or the ‘King Is Back’ to the euphoric feels of ‘Forever’ and respite of ‘Stockholm’s electronic soul, the Teddy Killerz have delivered a truly dynamic long player that clearly marks their card as one of the A-list production power houses in drum & bass and bass music today.

“We are extremely happy to finally present our debut album ‘Nightmare Street’. It’s been 2 years in the making – constantly working on something, updating, adding new elements. The end result is pure 2017 TK sound! We’re more than just D&B producers, we love and listen to so many genres so this album has a lot of influences & and the results are a mix of not only D&B but also dubstep, trap, mid tempo & other styles. We had a great time making the LP, hope you enjoy listening!” Teddy Killerz 2017

About Teddy Killerz: Having kick-started their career with releases on OWSLA and later on Ram’s sister label Program, TK have reached a diverse audience delivering a huge spectrum of music. Further pushed into the spotlight by their remix of Skrillex’s ‘Ragga Bomb’, their work on Modestep’s ‘London Road’, more remix work for Noisia and Foreign Beggars’ I Am Legion project and their huge recent remix of Noisia’s ‘Tentacles’, the debut TK album ‘Nightmare Street’ looks set to cement their mark this year as a major production force in drum & bass.

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Teddy Killerz – Teddy’s Song

Teddy Killerz – Teddy’s Song – Out 26th April

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Rolling on from the success of the infamous ‘Monkey Kingdom’,
the Teddy Killerz get set to release the next single from their summer bound debut album, ‘Nightmare Street’. ‘Teddy’s Song’ connects the dots with its horror film vocal, drawing for big room synths and militant breaks designed with evil intent.

“This is a very special tune for us. It combines both our passions for heavy bass-laden tracks and also hands in the air festival bangers. We’ve tried to straddle that line and hope you enjoy!”
Teddy Killerz 2017

About Teddy Killerz: Having a plethora of releases already on the
likes of OWSLA, Bad Taste and Ram’s sister label Program, TK have reached a diverse audience delivering a huge spectrum of music. Further pushed into the spotlight by their remix of Skrillex’s ‘Ragga
Bomb’, their work on Modestep’s ‘London Road’ and more remix work for Noisia and Foreign Beggars’ I Am Legion project, the debut TK album ‘Nightmare Street’ looks set to cement their mark this year
as a major production force in drum & bass.

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Delta Heavy – White Flag (Taiki Nulight Remix)

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After the widespread success of their recent ‘Paradise Lost’ album, Delta Heavy’s untouchable work ethic has assured this momentum is continuing. Capitalising on millions of streams worldwide across multiple platforms, their next release sees them delving into a cross-pollination of genres which yet again solidifies their position as producers who can tap into a vast, versatile soundscape.

Lead single ‘White Flag’ nods to not only their flawless ingenuity, but also their ability to switch up different bpms. This is something they’re renowned for in the US; the technical ability to travel through genres translates just as well into their production as it has done in their DJ sets. Orchestrated meticulously, ‘White Flag’ juxtaposes a euphoric, incessantly infectious vocal topline with Delta Heavy’s signature thumping halftime beats, a searing bassline and surging chords. Sounding totally original, the single blends DnB with glittering Electronica resulting in the perfect follow up to ‘Ghost’, equally at home on daytime radio as well as late night DJ sets.

For the VIP version Delta Heavy unleash their full DnB mettle, combining faultless dancefloor production with sparkling, dreamlike musicality. Blissed out guitars introduce the vocal before building to an anthemic club-banger that’s already nestled itself into the sets of revered DnB headliners across the globe, from Andy C to Sub Focus.

On the vinyl flipside, ‘Arcadia’ sees an electro-fuelled roller that’s reminiscent of their earlier output while adding a more contemporary twist, it provides a clear example of why Delta Heavy have been a permanent fixture in sets for half a decade.

The Tisoki ‘White Flag’ remix rolls out next; a producer who’s caught the sights of Skrillex and other big players within bass music, Delta Heavy handpicked the young gun to have his take on their single. An aggressive slab of dubstep, underpinned with electro style beats, serves up an exciting alternative whilst showcasing a raw new talent.

Completing the package Delta Heavy enlist highly regarded recent NightBass signee Taiki Nulight to drop the bpm to 128 and twist the original to dark, thumping groove. Pitched down vocals hang out with menacing stabs to fuel a massive slice of Bass House that should be hammered by DJs on both sides of the Atlantic.

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Noisia Radio S02E23

This week in Noisia Radio; the exclusive first play of ‘Anomaly’ by ourselves and the announcement of our ‘Outer Edges’ show. Besides those we have a new Invisible premiere and Walter tells the story of how Skrillex helped him pick his glasses.

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Noisia – Anomaly [VISION]
Subp Yao & Yunis – . [SOUNDCLOUD]
Kolectiv – Closer To The Fire (Alix Perez Remix) [VANDAL]
Sinic – Drag&Drop [FLEXOUT]
MachineCode – SPEAKER [EATBRAIN]
Ivy Lab – Salt Toffee [20/20]
A.M.C. & Six Blade – Rock ‘n’ Ride [TITAN]
Sumthin Sumthin – Marble [SOUNDCLOUD]
Kije & Jay Mythix – Perebor [INVISIBLE]
Nickbee – Resistance [IGNESCENT]
Rare Logic & Mo Vibez – Razor [SOUNDCLOUD]
Noisia & The Upbeats – Inverse [VISION]
Agressor Bunx – Time Shift [PROGRAM]
Hydro & Kolectiv – Mistrust [HORIZONS]
hoestende hond in een grot.mp3
Question Time!
ChaseR – First Encounter [LISTENER SUBMISSION]
Limewax – Agent Orange [L/B]
Mefjus – Surrounded [CRITICAL]
Nekolye – Breathe [SOUNDCLOUD]
Arkaik – Steve [DISPATCH]
Flume – Wall Fuck [TRANSGRESSIVE]

Noisia Radio S02E15

Noisia radio this week: many exclusives, a new premier from the new various artists EP on Division, and Pharaoh from The Upbeats and Ivy Lab. We also play a request by Hunterday from Texas. Yeehaw!

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Bleep Bloop ft. BRSMSN – Recombine [DIVISION]
The Upbeats & Ivy Lab – Pharaoh [VISION]
DLR – Question That [PLASMA]
Holly x Quix x Montell2099 x Villette X Elevate – How I Do [SOUNDCLOUD]
Proxima – On The Outside [NEODIGITAL]
Dub Head – Rustle Morning Stars [DISPATCH]
Mo Vibez – Claps [BANDCAMP]
TC feat. Jakes – Rep [REX]
Signal & Phentix – Onset [CRITICAL]
OCEE – Observation [LISTENER SUBMISSION]
Synx – Time [ROGUE LIMITED]
Neonlight – Tailspin [BLACKOUT]
Proxy – Battlepack [GAME MUSIC CS:GO]
Calyx & Teebee Ft. Ayah Marar – The Fall [RAM]
it escaped.mp3
Question Time!
Skrillex – Scary Monsters & Nice Sprites (Noisia Remix) [MAU5TRAP]
Noer The Boy – Room 8 [LIQUID AMBER]
Rawtekk – Restless [MED SCHOOL]
Cruk – Sugra [SKANKANDBASS]
Optical – Slip Thru [VIRUS]
Disprove – In The Lab (Anders Eisenberg Remix) [AMMUNITION]

Teddy Killerz – Wrong Message

Teddy Killerz is a Russian EDM trio made up of Place 2b, Paimon and Garud. The name “Teddy Killerz” has been gaining notoriety very fast ever since early 2013, when they began signing non-DnB bangers onto Skrillex’s label OWSLA. While the trio’s skill is all over the map, the neurofunk stuff they used to put out without Garud (under the name Place 2b & Paimon) is still coming out pretty consistently actually, and on all sorts of the genres largest labels. “Wrong Message” though, is just a 2013 free SoundCloud download that caught my attention when I heard the intro and got the shivers like I just finished taking a righteous leak.

Weapons Grade is a channel for uploading only the most forward thinking and stomping underground neurofunk. I will try my best to promote only the truly under-appreciated tunes that go lesser heard. Uploads will probably be daily, or possibly even more frequently. Every track featured here has been purchased from the respective label, and is in 320 kbps (MP3) quality before upload. All artwork in every video is from http://www.wallhaven.cc/ unless otherwise stated! I won’t feature any track on this channel that isn’t advanced neurofunk and I will never monetize a video. This channel is purely for your entertainment and discovery, and for my hobby. I hope you guys enjoy thoroughly!

If there is a problem with any of the tracks uploaded, please consult with me by my email (found on my channel under “For business enquiries”). I will take necessary measures to make content owners satisfied with the state of their track, whether it be on the channel or not. If you wish to submit a track for possible upload, please send it to me via the same email.

Teddy Killerz – Hawking Radiation

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
Teddy Killerz – Hawking Radiation – OUT NOW ON BEATPORT: http://po.st/TKHyperspeedBP

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Teddy Killerz are in no way shy; presenting a full-frontal, immersive production standard the outfit are not afraid to turn their backs on the scene’s more commercial sounds. You’ll find them tearing down any dimly lit club across the globe – from the US to Russia and then back to the genre’s roots in the UK, Teddy Killerz have pedestalled a sound unlike anyone else. But what can you expect from three artists who were instantly taken into the OWSLA fort, after illuminating themselves against hordes of remix competitors for Skrillex’s renowned imprint.

This inevitably led to their monumental signing to one of dance music’s most resounding and withstanding labels, Ram Records. And after their most recent single ‘Teddynator’ exploded onto the Beatport Top 100 and accomplishing the sought after number one spot, they’ve followed this up in quick succession. The ‘Hyperspeed EP’ epitomises everything which Teddy Killerz are about. Aggressive yet concise, smashing you head first through every carefully constructed break, this trio prove their versatility whilst reaffirming their position as one of the genre’s most intimidating weights.

Instantly recognisable from any set over the past few months, title-track ‘Hyperspeed’ froths with foreboding before dropping into all-out anarchy. With a rabid forking of synth and the snap, smack and pound of drums, this is drum & bass at its most raw and undiluted. Sitting on top of clashing percussion and reversing momentarily at unpredictable intervals, there’s no escaping this record’s all-enveloping force.

‘Quasar’ on the other hand begins on a false-premise. Brought forward on eerie atmospherics, it’s swiftly cut open and dissected by a quick strum of electric guitar before you’re propelled at a dizzying speed. Sub bass is used as an alarm, ringing throughout the record and warning the listener of Teddy Killerz unapologetic countenance.

Of a different hue is ‘Space Junk’, with a jazzy intro that rolls on top of an LFO-lead bassline and jungle reminiscent breaks. Demonstrating the trio’s undeniable craftsmanship, it definitely adds another dimension to the EP’s track listing. Then lastly, ‘Hawking Radiation’ presents you with a steppy riddim that hulks with every few bars. The tempo is then amped up to 170; the perfect way to close an EP that’ll leave you contemplating its enormity.

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Teddy Killerz – Space Junk

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
Teddy Killerz – Space Junk – OUT NOW ON BEATPORT: http://po.st/TKHyperspeedBP

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Teddy Killerz are in no way shy; presenting a full-frontal, immersive production standard the outfit are not afraid to turn their backs on the scene’s more commercial sounds. You’ll find them tearing down any dimly lit club across the globe – from the US to Russia and then back to the genre’s roots in the UK, Teddy Killerz have pedestalled a sound unlike anyone else. But what can you expect from three artists who were instantly taken into the OWSLA fort, after illuminating themselves against hordes of remix competitors for Skrillex’s renowned imprint.

This inevitably led to their monumental signing to one of dance music’s most resounding and withstanding labels, Ram Records. And after their most recent single ‘Teddynator’ exploded onto the Beatport Top 100 and accomplishing the sought after number one spot, they’ve followed this up in quick succession. The ‘Hyperspeed EP’ epitomises everything which Teddy Killerz are about. Aggressive yet concise, smashing you head first through every carefully constructed break, this trio prove their versatility whilst reaffirming their position as one of the genre’s most intimidating weights.

Instantly recognisable from any set over the past few months, title-track ‘Hyperspeed’ froths with foreboding before dropping into all-out anarchy. With a rabid forking of synth and the snap, smack and pound of drums, this is drum & bass at its most raw and undiluted. Sitting on top of clashing percussion and reversing momentarily at unpredictable intervals, there’s no escaping this record’s all-enveloping force.

‘Quasar’ on the other hand begins on a false-premise. Brought forward on eerie atmospherics, it’s swiftly cut open and dissected by a quick strum of electric guitar before you’re propelled at a dizzying speed. Sub bass is used as an alarm, ringing throughout the record and warning the listener of Teddy Killerz unapologetic countenance.

Of a different hue is ‘Space Junk’, with a jazzy intro that rolls on top of an LFO-lead bassline and jungle reminiscent breaks. Demonstrating the trio’s undeniable craftsmanship, it definitely adds another dimension to the EP’s track listing. Then lastly, ‘Hawking Radiation’ presents you with a steppy riddim that hulks with every few bars. The tempo is then amped up to 170; the perfect way to close an EP that’ll leave you contemplating its enormity.

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Teddy Killerz – Hyperspeed

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
Teddy Killerz – Hyperspeed – Pre-Order: Coming soon.

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Teddy Killerz are in no way shy; presenting a full-frontal, immersive production standard the outfit are not afraid to turn their backs on the scene’s more commercial sounds. You’ll find them tearing down any dimly lit club across the globe – from the US to Russia and then back to the genre’s roots in the UK, Teddy Killerz have pedestalled a sound unlike anyone else. But what can you expect from three artists who were instantly taken into the OWSLA fort, after illuminating themselves against hordes of remix competitors for Skrillex’s renowned imprint.

This inevitably led to their monumental signing to one of dance music’s most resounding and withstanding labels, Ram Records. And after their most recent single ‘Teddynator’ exploded onto the Beatport Top 100 and accomplishing the sought after number one spot, they’ve followed this up in quick succession. The ‘Hyperspeed EP’ epitomises everything which Teddy Killerz are about. Aggressive yet concise, smashing you head first through every carefully constructed break, this trio prove their versatility whilst reaffirming their position as one of the genre’s most intimidating weights.

Instantly recognisable from any set over the past few months, title-track ‘Hyperspeed’ froths with foreboding before dropping into all-out anarchy. With a rabid forking of synth and the snap, smack and pound of drums, this is drum & bass at its most raw and undiluted. Sitting on top of clashing percussion and reversing momentarily at unpredictable intervals, there’s no escaping this record’s all-enveloping force.

‘Quasar’ on the other hand begins on a false-premise. Brought forward on eerie atmospherics, it’s swiftly cut open and dissected by a quick strum of electric guitar before you’re propelled at a dizzying speed. Sub bass is used as an alarm, ringing throughout the record and warning the listener of Teddy Killerz unapologetic countenance.

Of a different hue is ‘Space Junk’, with a jazzy intro that rolls on top of an LFO-lead bassline and jungle reminiscent breaks. Demonstrating the trio’s undeniable craftsmanship, it definitely adds another dimension to the EP’s track listing. Then lastly, ‘Hawking Radiation’ presents you with a steppy riddim that hulks with every few bars. The tempo is then amped up to 170; the perfect way to close an EP that’ll leave you contemplating its enormity.

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