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UKF DRUM & BASS 2013
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Featuring tracks by Sub Focus, John Newman, Brookes Brothers, Friction, Rockwell, Camo & Krooked, Noisia, Rollz, Fred V & Grafix, Hamilton and more.
As bass music’s leading curator, UKF have sold in excess of hundreds of thousands of albums over the past 2 years. UKF Drum & Bass 2013 includes tracks and mixes from Sub Focus, John Newman, Brookes Brothers, Friction, Rockwell, Camo & Krooked, Noisia, Rollz, Fred V & Grafix, Hamilton and many more.
If anyone can document bassline’s endemic behaviour in current club music it’s UKF. Standing firm at the forefront of the bass music revolution since 2009, they’ve watched all manner of low frequencies worm, wriggle and writhe their way into almost every genre of dance music possible. From dubstep, drum & bass and beyond via their YouTube channels, events and compilations, UKF has delivered the very best of this seismic sonic shift to their subscriber base of over 7.5 million international bass freaks. A digital platform unlike any other, the brand has set the gold standard for the current interest in YouTube based music discovery channels. UKF has notched up over 1 billion hits to date.
UKF DRUM & BASS 2013
Tracklist (Digital Download version):
1) Sub Focus – Endorphins (Fred V & Grafix Remix)
2) Hamilton – You Had It
3) Brookes Brothers – Carry Me On (Ft. Chrome)
4) John Newman – Love Me Again (Kove Remix)
5) Dimension – All I Need
6) Rollz – Burn Up
7) Sid Batham – All Lies (Brookes Brothers Remix)
8) Friction – Long Gone Memories
9) Shock One – Lazerbeam
10) Kove – Searching
11) Camo & Krooked – All Night
12) Hybrid Minds – Halycon
13) Pedestrian – Hoyle Road (Spectrasoul Remix)
14) BCee – Lost & Found
15) Ivy Lab – Afterthought
16) The Upbeats – Alone
17) Emperor – She Said
18) Rockwell – Detroit
19) DC Breaks – Swag
20) Black Sun Empire – Arrakis (Noisia Remix)
21) UKF Drum & Bass 2013 (continuous DJ Mix)
Download Rudimental’s FADER Mix
Babara Jean English, “Im Living a Lie”
Coat of Arms, “Living Together”
Paper Crows, “Happier (Rudimental Remix)”
Rudimental, “Feel The Love (Rudimental’s VIP Remix)”
Justin Martin, “Don’t Go”
Mosca, “Getting me Down”
Disclosure, “Boiling f. Sinead Harnett”
Rudimental f. MNEK and Syron, “Spoons”
The Milk, “Broke up the Family (Hostage Vs RackNRuin Remix)”
Brother to Brother, “In the Bottle”
Benny Banks, “Bada Bing (Rudimental Remix)”
Jay-Z and Kanye West, “Got to Have it”
Rudimental f. MC Shantie, “Deep in the Valley”
Kidnap Kid, “Vehl”
Labrinth, “Express Yourself (Rudimental Remix)”
Mount Kimbie, “Carbonated”
Jay-Z, “Friend or Foe”
Portico Quartet, “Steepless (Grey Remix)”
Rudimental f. Iman, “Runaway”
Rotate, “Blue Forest Grotto (Original Mix)”
Wretch 32 f. Ed Sheeran, “Hush Little Baby (Rudimental Remix)”
Fugees, “The Mask”
Andrew Beyer f. Kerry Leva Calyx, “In and Out of Phase (TeeBee Remix)”
The Ganja Kru, “Super Sharp Shooter”
Rudimental f. John Newman, “Feel The Love”
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Having premiered as the Hottest Record in the World on Zane Lowe’s Radio 1 show last week and with subsequent plays from Mistajam – who declared in a Certified Banger – and Annie Mac over the weekend, Rudimental are pleased to announce their debut major label single on Asylum Records in association with the cutting edge indie Black Butter.
‘Feel the Love’ is set for release on May 28th, a maximalist Drum’n’bass anthem full of organic instrumentation including a soaring trumpet break and a magnificent, unrestrained vocal courtesy of John Newman; the song is sure to be a summer smash.
‘Feel The Love’ comes hot on the heels of Rudimental’s underground smash ‘Spoons’ which has already amassed over 50 specialist plays on Radio 1, Kiss, 1Xtra, XFM and Rinse with support from The XX, Laurent Garnier and the tastemaker blogs.
This hot Hackney based quartet is made up of musicians Piers Agget, Kesi Dryden, Amir Amor and Leon (DJ Locksmith), who navigate through genres effortlessly. As Piers explains “we’re all into different styles of music. When I was young I was listening to blues, and I was listening to Dizzee and grime”, others in the group were into Garage and Hip Ho p, or old Soul and 2 Step. “The unifying thing is the soul influence and the bass influence” says Amir, “those two things are always there” alongside the real instrumentation: real bass, real Hammond, real brass, real strings and in the case of ‘Spoons’, real spoons. Not only do Rudimental handle all the instrumentation and production side of their music, they also write the lyrics for their guest vocal talent.
Immersed in music from an early age and always finding a way to forge a career in it, be that on pirate radio (Leon and Piers), producing garage or hip hop with likes of Plan B (Amir) or hanging out at his
now prolific Stoke Newington School – the place that Professor Green and Labrinth sprung from (Kesi) – Rudimental have music in their blood.
Alongside ‘Spoons’, a stunning, soulful house duet between vocalists MNEK and Syron, Rudimental have recently remixed Ed Sheeran’s ‘Drunk’, Benny Banks and Wretch 32 and are currently working on a remix for Labrinth’s forthcoming single.
‘Feel the Love’ is backed by a wealth of remixes from producers including UKF favourites Fred V & Grafix and Cutline and house dons Scuba and Dusky who all turn in mammoth mixes.
As might be expected of men with such a deep knowledge of the dance genres that are interwoven into London’s cultural and musical history, Rudimental also feel a strong connection to their communities and have seen how music can be an outlet for kids from troubled backgrounds. All of Rudimental have all worked as mentors for teens, an experience that was mirrored when they travelled to Philadelphia to film the soon to be released video for ‘Feel the Love’. The film features real kids as it documents an unexpected lifestyle in one of the city’s roughest neighbourhoods.
Rudimental have announced a string of touring dates, taking in the likes of Fabric and The Arches as well as festival appearances at Creamfields, SW4 and Outlook – Rudimental’s 2012 takeover is in
Upcoming DJ dates
Fri 18th May – Concorde 2, Brighton
Sat 19th May – The Arches, Glasgow
Fri 25th May – Stealth, Nottingham
Fri 1st June – Rainbow Complex, Birmingham
Sat 2nd June – The Junction, Cambridge
Thurs 14th June – Houghton Hall, Kings Lynn
Sat 16th June – Motion, Bristol
Fri 6th July – Lounge on the Farm Festival,Canterbury
Fri 27th July, Long Marston Airfield, Long Marston
Sat 28th July – Global Gathering, Stratford upon Avon
Sat 25th August – 1Xtra @ Creamfields Festival,Cheshire
Sat 25th August – SW4 Festival, London
Wed 29th August – Outlook Festival, Croatia
Rudimental explore their ‘soulful UKness’ in this, their FABRICLIVE promotional mix, put together ahead of their debut appearance at the London super-club this Friday (23 March) - Rudimental appear in the hallowed Room One alongside Rusko, Breakage, Emalkay, Rat Pack and Don Diablo.
Rudimental FABRICLIVE Tracklist:
Rudimental – Feel the Love (V.I.P Mix)
Mosca – Orange Jack
Rudimental ft MNEK & Syron – Spoons [Black Butter]
Martin Solveig & Stephy Haik – Cabo Parano (Ms Magnolia Dub)
Jessie Ware – Running (Disclosure Mix)
Cinematic ft Jay James Picton – Fly (Hostage Remix) (Black Butter Recs)
Sticky ft Ms Dynamite – Booo!
Steve Angello – Knas Jump Around 2011 (Plamen Mashup)
Mr Oizo – Flat Beat
Benny Banks – Bada Bing (Rudimental Remix) 
Dexter – Space Booty (Original Mix)
Foamo & RackNRuin present Gorgon City – The Crypt [Black Butter]
Cee Lo Green – I Want You (Redlight Remix)
Tony Quattro – Break Up VIP
Hostage – Energise (Original Mix)
Erick Morillo & Eddie Thoneick feat. Shawnee Taylor – Live Your Life (Redlight Remix)
Rudimental – Deep in the Valley (Woz Remix) [Black Butter]
- Rudimental DJ at Fabic, London on Friday 23rd March, 2012 -
The four piece East-London production collective have recently made a splash across the webnet and UK airwaves thanks to the beautifully sparse and misty deep house track, ‘Spoons‘ featuring MNEK and Syron.
In April, the collective will set loose their new track ‘Feel The Love‘ featuring the powerful soul voice of Island-signed singer, John Newman - a track set to further join the dots of Rudimental’s “soulful UKness”.