Racking up years of experience within the dance music world, Hamilton returns with yet another single that represents a step closer to his 22 LP on Ram Records. The producer has been signed exclusively since he first sent his demo to Ram HQ, slowly expanding his back catalogue and helping define the twenty-five years of history Ram has built up alongside its roster. Having crafted reworks for the likes of Enter Shikari and Tanikia, Hamilton’s influence has spread throughout the scene and this will continue following his albums release with its crossover electronic appeal.
Hamilton once again channels his experience of working in a varied list of sub genres to bring you Making Noise and Burn it Again. Both tracks help to draw together the old-school elements which rose him to prominence, as well as the more contemporary sounds which have enabled him to maintain his profile. Making Noise is a return to the signature which made his presence behind the decks so notorious. An avid DJ as well as producer, Hamilton creates another sonic call to arms which drives forward on a snapping bassline and breaks which fall together brutally. Crunching LFO takes over the mix, beckoning a track that’s unafraid to throw its punches.
Next up, Burn it Again takes on a much deeper vibe, bringing the bass levels to subterranean levels and allowing them to drown beneath cutting beats. Hamilton demonstrates his unbridled ferocity, proving that despite flirting with more vocal focused remixes and records in the past, he’s still able to tap into the spectrum’s darker shades. Time and time again he delivers nastier slices of music, demonstrating why he’s managed to stay at the top of his game throughout the last two decades. With hisalbum quickly approaching, this year is going to be just as defining for the producer.