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Andy C Unveils ‘Nightlife 6’ Tracklist



When we spoke to Andy C earlier in the year we found that Drum & Bass’s premier DJ is always moving, living a whirlwind life of gigs, tours and festivals at home and beyond. When he’s not in a car he’s on a plane. He undoubtedly clocks up some serious air miles over the course of a year so we are equally as surprised as we are excited that Andy has announced that he will soon be releasing the next chapter in his highly acclaimed ‘Nightlife’ compilation series. Regarded by many as the definitive drum & bass mix series, ‘Nightlife 6’ will be released later this year on his Ram Records imprint. The hugely anticipated album is the sixth instalment of the series that began in 2003 following on from the last mix released in 2010.

In further good news the Ram Records boss has confirmed that he has also been busy on the production front and after delivering remixes for the likes of Rudimental, Major Lazer and Chase & Status,  he has also revealed he’ll release two new original tracks, Haunting’ and Workout’ this autumn.

Check out the tracklisting below


Rudimental – Right Here Feat. Foxes (Andy C Remix)Chase & Status – Count on Me Feat. Moko (Andy C Remix)Fourward – Street KnowledgeMajor Lazer – Get Free (Andy C Remix)Frankee – Black Heart VIPMind Vortex – Hotbox VIPDC Breaks – Shaman VIPCulture Shock – City LightsMind Vortex – Hotbox VIPWilkinson – Direction VIPUnknown Error – Rising Feat Janine SmallCulture Shock – Troglodyte VIPHigh Contrast – If We EverAndy C – WorkoutWilkinson – CasinoChase & Status – No Problem VIPAndy C – HauntingLoadstar – Warrior VIPS.P.Y – Warrior DubJune Miller – EmpathyRene LaVice – PortlandMind Vortex – GravityTC – Into The JungleStealth – Nightfall Feat CodebreakerThe Prototypes – Just BounceDizzee Rascal – I Don’t Need A Reason (Mampi Swift Remix)Black Sun Empire & Jade – Deadhouse (Inside Info & Mefjus Remix)Calyx & TeeBee – Strung Out VIPAudio – Headroom VIP

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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