Slang Banger Return To Program With The Locations EP

There’s an old saying, “leave them wanting more”, which means leave your audience wanting more of what you have to offer rather than saturating them until they are sick of you and Slang Banger are the masters of this. Since the duo made their debut on Program with Labrynth / Let There Be Love in…

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Legion & Logam – To Be Alone / Switch Up (Progam)

It’s been almost a year since Legion & Logam signed with Ram and released their debut single on the label and then it all went a bit quiet (unsurprising in a way considering Ram’s current, and in all honesty overwhelming in its regularity, release schedule) but now they’re back on Ram’s sister imprint Program. The…

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Ninja Ninja’s Top 24 Drum & Bass Tracks Of 2015

This year has been an incredible one for Drum & Bass, which is something we seem to say every year, but it feels that this sentiment has has never been more true. As it happens Fact Magazine published an article just a few days ago called Drum & bass is “still the bollocks” in 2015…

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Slang Banger – Fling Rock Stone EP (Program)

Just over a year ago I wrote a piece focusing on the best “sister” labels in Drum & Bass, creatively titled Sister Labels Are Doing It For Themselves, which featured Ram’s very own offshoot Program and the release I picked as my favourite was Slang Banger’s track Let There Be Love. It seems then that…

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Gerra & Stone – Dnt U / Chicago (Program)

Having made their debut on Program at the start of 2015 with Ison / Vengeance Gerra & Stone return to the label after what has been an incredibly busy year for the duo. They’ve been regulars on Dispatch in 2015 with some big releases under their belt and given the quality of this new single…

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Stealth – Desert Storm / The Truth Feat. MC Fats (Program)

Ram’s sister imprint Program is back and they follow up the huge Encrypted album with the return of a label regular: Stealth. First up it’s Desert Storm and this is, without doubt, my favourite Stealth track to date. It’s raw, uncompromising and unrelenting. At a time where we’ve got more and more generic DnB coming…

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Program Unleash Their Debut Compilation Album ‘Encrypted’

It’s been a fairly quiet year for Ram Records sister label Program with not a peep from them since Gerra & Stone’s single back in January but the quiet has just been blown away by the arrival of their debut compilation album: Encrypted. Diversity is the name of the game here with beats coming from…

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A Retrospective: 20 Tracks From 2014 That I Haven’t Forgotten (Part 2)

As I said in my original article music is becoming more and more disposable. It seems that every week there’s more new music being released than the week before. Here’s part 2 of my retrospective of some track from 2014 that I haven’t forgotten. You can check out part 1 here.   Kicking off part…

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5 Minutes With Legion & Logam About Signing With Ram & Their New Single

Evening gents! How are you all? Lee: Doing well, thanks! Why don’t you tell us a bit about yourselves and how you became Legion & Logam. Lee: Hunter & I linked up in Nashville, Tennessee about 6 years ago through the local scene. Since then, we’ve moved to different cities. Hunter moved to Atlanta, Georgia…

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