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June Miller - From Autumn To Ashes

RAM Records on April 15, 2013 11:24

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    No strangers to the bass game, the Anglo-Dutch dynamos have already amassed a major fanbase thanks to their uncompromising production skills and penchant for dark, gritty grooves on well respected labels such as Horizons, Critical and Nu Directions. Their Ram relationship is already in place with the release of their previous club stunner ’64 Thousand Dollar Habit’ this time last year. Now it’s time to consolidate that with a full signing and big plans for the future.

    This is what label boss Andy C has to say:

    “June Miller are not messing around! Their production is unreal… Laser guided precision and disgusting bass; their tunes are destroying clubs! We’re very proud to have them on board. Get ready!”

    June Miller
    From Autumn To Ashes / Change Feat. Sofie Letitre

    What an entrance! Cementing their exclusive signing with Ram Records, Dutch/Anglo duo June Miller have delivered two of their deadliest weapons to date for their debut single. This is no mean feat; with a career that includes well respected labels such as Horizons, Commercial Suicide, DSM and Rubik, June Miller’s track record is spotless… And now it’s about to go next level

    ‘From Autumn To Ashes’ is truly unique. A word that’s far too overused in dance music, this really is one of a kind; and you’ll understand that the moment those crisp guitar plucks bid you a cold welcome. Spooky sonics a go-go; it’s the moment in a B-movie horror where the cute college girls split up in the woods to find their way home. It’s a white knuckle ride on a rickety ghost train. It’s a run through the fog on a mystical winter’s morning when you really should be in bed. It’s the same fine-tuned balance of hunchback punk and laser-locked bass the duo last showcased on Ram just over a year ago with the equally unique guitar-busting floor-blazer ’64 Thousand Dollar’.

    Naturally ‘Change’ acts as the perfect foil. Dutch singer Sofie Letitre’s vocals stop you dead in your tracks; surging, urging and distinctive. June Miller have brought the very best out in her as they ruthlessly lay the sub-frequency smack down beneath. Searing and tearing, the bass cuts through the mix like with razor-like charm while the weighty kicks double up at will, tripling on the fills for added drama.

    We’re talking serious peaktime bizzle here; your crowd won’t know what to do with themselves when this drops but go crazy! By the time June Miller’s trademark strong-arm build up ignites you’ll have nothing but shuddering bass casualties.
    We've said it before and we’ll say it again… What an entrance! Expect plenty more unique material from June Miller on Ram in the very near future.

    Released by: RAM
    Release/catalogue number: RAMM131
    Release date: Apr 14, 2013


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