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When an upcoming artist gets signed by a major label, no one can ever be sure quite how things are going to turn out. After signing for Ram Records last year, Mind Vortex quickly laid any fears to rest, smashing … Continue reading
All eyes and ears should be tuned into Program this week as they unleash their first single of 2013: Programmed V1.0. A hefty four-piece presentation, it’s riddled with future-tinted grooves from a truly international crew. Russia’s represented well with two … Continue reading
Ladies and gentlemen, it’s awards time (again)! Just as the dust has settled from our Drum&BassArena Awards 2012, comes The Drum & Bass Awards 2013. With a scene so rich in talent and creativity, there’s more than enough space to … Continue reading
20 years… In any business this is a huge milestone, but in an industry as challenging and fast-moving as the record label game, it deserves a salute so hard your arm might fall off. Props to Andy C’s Ram, then. … Continue reading
It’s the big one, folks. The final summer showdown. The season’s Royal Rumble. If you’ve got nothing planned on August Bank Holiday you might as well hand in your raving badge and gun and retire now. There’s all sorts going … Continue reading
We’ve had some really cool production tips and opportunities on the blog in recent weeks. There was our massive competition with Community Music to win a studio day. Last Friday we heard from Vegas on how Bad Taste want to … Continue reading
Let’s face it, the UK weather hasn’t really done itself many favours over the last month or two. Rain, rain and more rain; May and June have been the wettest months we’ve experienced in years. This doesn’t even include the … Continue reading