Who's Gonna Make The Dance Ram? (Serial Killaz remix) / Nice Up The Session (Dub Pistols remix)

by Andrew Paul / Pato Banton

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To celebrate the digital relaunch of Fashion Records, the legendary UK reggae label that launched the careers of artists such as Top Cat, Tenor Fly, General Levy and the late great Smiley Culture, as well as cuts from Jamaican legends such as Cutty Ranks, Daddy Freddy & Frankie Paul amongst many many others, NICE UP! have dug deep into the vaults to find some more lost classics to give them a new lease of life. As a long time fan of the label, NICE UP!s Shepdog hooked up with Fashion’s Chris Lane and John MacGillivray and agreed first access to the back catalogue masters - much of which is now digitally available for the first time!

First up, reggae drum’n’bass big guns Serial Killaz pay respect to a scene that helped spawn them by giving Andrew Paul's classic "Who's Gonna Make The Dance Ram" an updated junglist relick. Retaining the sleng teng vibe of the original, but giving it a 2012 bounce should see plenty of reloads for this track once again!

Over on the flip, festival favourites Dub Pistols rework Pato Banton's "Nice Up The Session" from the "Great British MCs" album, giving it a lively drum & bass rework with extra horns and a little help from Rodney P to NICE UP! the area.

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released February 3, 2015

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NICE UP! Records London, UK

Forward thinking record label with reggae at its heart, but encapsulating hip hop, dub, dancehall, drum & bass, dubstep and beyond.

Taking in the rich history of soundsytem culture and spitting it back out for modern dancefloors.
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