RAM Expansion

by DMX Krew

  • Off on a slightly different tangent to DMX Krew's more customary electronic-funk nuggets, this substantial six-tracker drives into darker, tougher and more abrasive, industrial techno-tinged territory for 'RAM Expansion', 'Division by Zero' and 'Experiment 5'. 'Quantum Computer' on the other hand submerges into a far more subdued, moody aurora. 'Bad Vibes' rounds off the proceedings with a hardcore-esque, almost ravey lil' breakbeat number. There have been a number of strong DMX releases in current times, but to our ears this ranks with the best of 'em. Thoroughly recommended. [Interstellar Sounds]

    Ed flexes some darkside EBM electro-techno muscle with 'RAM Expansion'. He's right on the money with this one, feasting on early '90s-era AFX, PCP or Anibaldi styles with the kind of table manners that sets this EP apart from pastiche. If you ask us, it's some of his best work in years, hitting up some proper darkside winners in mescal-flavoured sting of the title track and the highly-sprung 155bpm Analord rephlux of 'Bad Vibes', but to be fair they're all strong. [Boomkat]


    RAM Expansion
    Experiment 5
    Quantum Computer
    Division
    Rubout
    Bad Vibes


    Preview soundclips: soundcloud.com/last-known-trajectory/sets/dmx-krew-ram-expansion-last-known-trajectory


    PLEASE NOTE: This purchase is for the 12" vinyl release only
    NO DIGITAL FORMATS are supplied with this release


    All tracks written, recorded and produced by Ed DMX
    Mastered by Alek Stark
    © 2015 Last Known Trajectory


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  • DMX Krew – RAM Expansion : Limited Edition WHITE VINYL 12" w/full colour picture sleeve [TRAJECTORY 1016]

    Off on a slightly different tangent to DMX Krew's more customary electronic-funk nuggets, this substantial six-tracker drives into darker, tougher and more abrasive, industrial techno-tinged territory for 'RAM Expansion', 'Division by Zero' and 'Experiment 5'. 'Quantum Computer' on the other hand submerges into a far more subdued, moody aurora. 'Bad Vibes' rounds off the proceedings with a hardcore-esque, almost ravey lil' breakbeat number. There have been a number of strong DMX releases in current times, but to our ears this ranks with the best of 'em. Thoroughly recommended. [Interstellar Sounds]

    Ed flexes some darkside EBM electro-techno muscle with 'RAM Expansion'. He's right on the money with this one, feasting on early '90s-era AFX, PCP or Anibaldi styles with the kind of table manners that sets this EP apart from pastiche. If you ask us, it's some of his best work in years, hitting up some proper darkside winners in mescal-flavoured sting of the title track and the highly-sprung 155bpm Analord rephlux of 'Bad Vibes', but to be fair they're all strong. [Boomkat]


    RAM Expansion
    Experiment 5
    Quantum Computer
    Division
    Rubout
    Bad Vibes


    Preview soundclips: soundcloud.com/last-known-trajectory/sets/dmx-krew-ram-expansion-last-known-trajectory


    PLEASE NOTE: This purchase is for the 12" vinyl release only
    NO DIGITAL FORMATS are supplied with this release


    All tracks written, recorded and produced by Ed DMX
    Mastered by Alek Stark
    © 2015 Last Known Trajectory


    TRAJECTORY 1016
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released October 19, 2015

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