Kings Of The Rollers – Zulu

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Leaders of the new generation and purveyors of dancefloor chaos Serum, Voltage and Bladerunner return to the frontline of drum & bass with their debut, self-titled album ‘Kings Of The Rollers’. Whilst each has their own high-grade production style, these three royals have managed to create a sum greater than their parts, as they steamroll through all the rules to deliver an absolute bruiser of an LP.

Across seventeen tracks expect up-front rollers, techy 2-step beats and pure knockout D+B bangers, complemented with slick jazzy numbers and a wide variety of vocal-lead tracks. It’s safe to say they’ve lived up to the hype with their most dynamic and diverse release to date.

Amongst the carnage highlights include ‘You Got Me’. A towering tear-out beast ladened with thrashing amens and a thundering bassline that’s ready to push every speaker to it’s limits. Low frequency growler ‘Shella’ is peppered with steppy jungle nuances, with Mancunian dance music innovator Chimpo featuring on both production and vocals for an all-round roughneck sheller. ‘Round Here’ is a brazen jungle prowler with Bristolian lyricist Redders at the helm for a future classic anthem.

Whilst being predominantly known for their heavyweight productions and outrageous D+B screamers, the new album also showcases a variety of different flavours. Jungle roller ‘On The Run’ features the smooth spoken word of Queen Rose and ‘Tisno’ brings a warm steppy swing, inspired by their time spent at the very first Hospitality On The Beach.

Hospital’s three kings have set the scene on fire with their electrifying DJ sets and headline festival performances. Their new ‘Royal Rumble‘ tour takes them all over the UK in 2019 with shows in London, Bristol, Brighton, Manchester and beyond.

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No more blacking up: Britain’s biggest bonfire parade puts end to racist tradition

Estimated 60,000 people took part in one of Britain’s biggest bonfire night events in Lewes, East Sussex after a threatened boycott was averted, following a local campaign to stop the tradition in which white people dress up as Zulu warriors and paint faces black.
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Young women dance to the Zulu king to celebrate virginity

The Reed Dance ceremony in KwaZulu Natal province in South Africa, celebrates virginity. Every year in early spring, tens of thousands of virgin young women dance topless in front of the Zulu king. This tradition was instituted by the Zulu king in 1984. A symbol of Zulu and Swazi culture, this practice remains controversial because it is meant to encourage young women to remain chaste in a country where the rate of AIDS is one of the highest in the world.

Flowidus – No Matter

Flowidus – No Matter – Out Now

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Aspiring Australian based duo Flowidus burst onto the scene and the Ram Records landscape in 2016, with their debut Program release, the From The Storm EP, which exhibited their smooth production, variety and evolving style. Now, the budding production partnership made up of Spillage and Dealt Fairly are back for an even an even bigger 2017. Already having tracks featured on the Ram Records compilation series and having supported DC Breaks on the Australian leg of their worldwide Different Breed tour, Flowidus are now set to unleash their sophomore release on Program, in the form of No Matter / Zulu.

In a departure from the mainly liquid vibes of their last EP, the duo are now ready to further delve into a heavier side of their production, something that has been consistently featured throughout their songs but never fully explored. No Matter opens with the same atmospheric, layered composition that has become a staple of Flowidus’ young sound. However, as it drops it reveals itself to be a roller with a heavy bassline, repeated vocal sample and overlays of their signature melodies, resulting in a dynamic piece of production.

On the B side comes Zulu, which lives up to its name with a tribal inspired build up complete with African drums, the sounds of jungle animals and a ragga vocal sample. After growing, the tune drops with a growling synth and crisp drum pattern creating a certified dancefloor destroyer, as well as a testament of the duo’s ever evolving style. Having now established themselves as a Program staple, the question is how far Flowidus’ style will evolve, and where it will take them.

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Flowidus – Zulu

Flowidus – Zulu – Out Now

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Aspiring Australian based duo Flowidus burst onto the scene and the Ram Records landscape in 2016, with their debut Program release, the From The Storm EP, which exhibited their smooth production, variety and evolving style. Now, the budding production partnership made up of Spillage and Dealt Fairly are back for an even an even bigger 2017. Already having tracks featured on the Ram Records compilation series and having supported DC Breaks on the Australian leg of their worldwide Different Breed tour, Flowidus are now set to unleash their sophomore release on Program, in the form of No Matter / Zulu.

In a departure from the mainly liquid vibes of their last EP, the duo are now ready to further delve into a heavier side of their production, something that has been consistently featured throughout their songs but never fully explored. No Matter opens with the same atmospheric, layered composition that has become a staple of Flowidus’ young sound. However, as it drops it reveals itself to be a roller with a heavy bassline, repeated vocal sample and overlays of their signature melodies, resulting in a dynamic piece of production.

On the B side comes Zulu, which lives up to its name with a tribal inspired build up complete with African drums, the sounds of jungle animals and a ragga vocal sample. After growing, the tune drops with a growling synth and crisp drum pattern creating a certified dancefloor destroyer, as well as a testament of the duo’s ever evolving style. Having now established themselves as a Program staple, the question is how far Flowidus’ style will evolve, and where it will take them.
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