Dope Ammo is certainly an unstoppable release machine this year and as we approach the
end of 2019, he shows no signs of slowing down. Incoming remixes from the ‘Influence’
album featuring Levela, Blackley, Brian Brainstorm and Exile. We are going in!
Levela brings forth a clever mix of upfront jungle vibes crossed with grizzly low end, a perfect
combination for a relick of ‘Badman Inna My Ends’. The memorable lyrics thrown down by
Redders ride the new beat structure effortlessly which is certain praise to both lyricist and
‘How We Get Down’ gets the Blackley treatment. A bouncy, hands in the air affair that pays
respect to the original well. Driven predominantly by synth chords, squelch bass and
interlinked with the original Jasmine Knight vocals, it’s certainly a contender for radio airplay.
Brian Brainstorm pays homage to his roots with a spectacular jungle takedown for the remix
of ‘Flying’. Rough and tough breakbeats, rumbling low end and all kinds of clever fills create
a one off trip to the 1994. It’s as if the original was made for this!
Exile delivers a predictably tough remix of Dope Ammo’s well supported ‘Wishin’ On A Star’ cover with flamethrower bass shots that will no doubt lick down heads across the globe. He also casually chucks in a few wicked breakbeats and old school stabs which compliment his rework nicely.
Another fine package from the Dope Ammo stable.
Dope Ammo was established in 1998 and is a widely recognised, influential underground DnB label/artist with a worldwide following and a unique signature sound of Drum n’ Bass.
Huge hits over the years include Kill Bill, Roots & Culture and a Bad Ass remix for DnB legends Mickey Finn & Aphrodite.
Dope Ammo has toured worldwide for many years and headlined huge UK and overseas festivals like Boomtown Fair, Nass Festival, Snowbombing and Fusion Festival – Berlin.
As well as collaborating with top DnB players including the likes of Benny Page and Serial Killaz, he has a massive selection of remixes under his belt including Alan Walker’s global hit record “Faded” for Sony Music (Relentless) and remixes of top MC’s, including Dynamite MC (Full Cycle), Tenor Fly, Lady Saw, Bigga Ranx and more recently, hot New Orleans rapper Curren$y.
Dope Ammo has also worked on various computer games music projects working alongside the world-renowned Sigma for Activision and Codemasters and he was commissioned by Sony Computer Entertainment to produce music for the BAFTA award-winning game “B-Boy”. As well as this Dope Ammo also has a long-standing relationship with Loopmasters and has created some amazing production packs including a most recent collaboration with Serial Killaz.