Label OUT MONDAY! - Ravager on Tongue Flap

Ravager on Tongue Flap

Release Date: 26th Nov 2012 / CAT: FLAP014



DJ support includes:
Mind Vortex, BCee, LAOS, Drumsound, Ruffstuff, Rewind, Chris SU, Nu Tone, Doc Scott, Grooverider, Neonlights!

Tongue Flap Records proudly present next level d&b from Polish producer Ravager. Ravager has had amazing success up to now, and the new release continues this, combining the sick rolling Run Back with the smooth electronics of Stay Positive. More than your average drum & bass release, the package also includes Night Train Groove, a skulking, smothering bass monster.

Opener Run Back is a truly epic track, balancing things nicely between light and dark. The intro swoops and dances, incorporating an old skool hip hop vocal snatch. Things continue smoothly until the bass moves to the front, and the beat starts working on your feet. One for the serious heads out there, the fine levels of detail which Ravager delivers are something else. Watch out for the synths which come later in the track. Big.

Tongue Flap certainly know what they’re doing, and in two short years, have become a name instinctively tied in with exciting bass music. Stay Positive is guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Bringing together liquidy vibes with a tenacity and purpose, the track launches itself from your speakers with refined kicks and summery atmospherics. The vocals are uplifting, and the track will remind you of summer times with good people. Just the thing to lift the crowds, Ravager proves that he can do it all with Stay Positive. You’ll know instantly why the producer has received support from CrissyCriss, Smooth and Technicolour amongst others.
Night Train Groove proves that Ravager is no one trick pony, riding all over the rails with precision production which proves that he’s got skills which others just lack. The build up into the first drop is incredible, and the track immediately shows off its mean streak.

Get ready for quite a ride along the Night Train Groove.

Mind Vortex (Ram Records) 5/5 “Wicked Tunes”