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Kodacrome Is Set to Release EP “Aftermaths” July 8

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With velvet vocals and electronic beats, keeping you energized, Kodacrome is your go to band when you want opposites to meet.

Kodacrome is set to release their LP “Aftermaths” on July 8. While doing this, the album can be previewed at Glasslands in New York on June 27 and after the release date on July 29 at their official release party.

“Aftermaths” is Kodacrome’s follow up to their 2012 debut EP, “Perla.” The forthcoming LP is said to raise the temperature and heighten theatrics by exploring the space between words and story carrying notes.

According to BBC, Kodacrome is definitely a band to look out for.


RAM Records Continues to Influence Electronic Scene after 20 Years

What are you left with when you set out to push production creativity and dance floor dynamics to their extreme limits? The answer: RAM Records.

Since 1992, RAM Records, founded by Andy C and Ant Miles, has played a dominant role in the development of drum and bass. In the past 22 years, RAM has become “a renowned name in drum & bass.” They’ve worked with some of the most talented names in electronic music.

In commemoration of their success, RAM is releasing a three-part compilation this summer exclusively in the US. The first of the three parts is set to release June 30.

The compilations will reach a span of 20 years as they include songs from two decades.

In addition to the summer releases, RAM records will take over the Bassrush Stage at EDCLV on June 22. Featured performances will include those by Andy and Armanni Reign, Audio, Calyx & TeeBee, Ed Rush & Optical, I Am Legend, Loadstar, Netsky, Sub Focus and Wilkinson plus Becky Hill.


Adrian Lux Makes Out as a Tech House God

Adrian Lux, famed “tech house demigod” (Vice Thump) is at it again as he produces an EP that could easily be your summer soundtrack.

“Make Out” is nothing but catchy. Each song has a different tempo ready to keep you moving. Teaming up with several well-known singers, Lux has created an album that not only proves his worthiness as a DJ, but as a full-fledged musical artist.

“Make Out” is house party worthy, as it doesn’t miss a beat.

The album begins with “Rain,” a sweet subtle song that will make you feel as though you’re laying under the stars on a cool summer night. Quickly, the tempo picks up as it moves on to “Smoke and Mirrors,” a window-rolled-down-cruising-with-your-best-friend, kind of melody.

From beginning to end, Lux keeps you moving and doesn’t disappoint.