Posts tagged Rudimental
[Listen] Rudimental - "Hell Could Freeze" Feat. Angel Haze (Skream Remix)

The talented Oliver Jones, better known as Skream, has reworked the great sounding track from Rudimental which we heard back in November last year, "Hell Could Freeze". Taking the original Angel Haze featuring track, Oli transforms the already laidback original into a track that will go well in the coming months once the evenings get a bit warmer and we enjoy our time outside with friends and beers. Just as the sun begins to set, you now the vibe. Angel's verses remain intact too and fit in nicely around the rework. Premiered on Annie Mac's show, you can stream it below via Hypetrak.

Rudimental's debut album Home is set for release later this month on the 29th of April.

[News] Parklife Weekender announces initial line-up

After weeks of torment and announcing just one act a day via numerous sources, Parklife Weekender has been given a full initial line-up announcement and it's shaping up to be a fun start to summer in Manchester. Presented by the same awesome people that bring us the Warehouse Project, the festival takes part over the weekend of June 8th-9th. Previously announced acts included Julio Bashmore, Everything Everything, The Maccabees, Four Tet and Hudson Mohawke. 

Names added today include Example, Plan B, Rita Ora, Mark Ronson, A Trak, The Horrors, Jessie Ware, Jamie Jones, Disclosure, Rudimental, TEED, Danny Brown, Action Bronson, Savages, King Krule, Toro Y Moi and a crap load of others, with loads more still to be announced it's looking like it will live up to the previous years'. For the full line-up so far head over to the official website to grab some tickets. You know you want to. We're still awaiting word on the new venue/location for the event but we're told it'll all be revealed a week today (February 21st).

[Listen] Rudimental - "Hell Could Freeze" Feat. Angel Haze

London DJ collective Rudimental have teamed up with the lady of he moment, Angel Haze, to release a collaboration which is a little bit different to what you might of expected from them both. The drum beats set the tone for the song and Angel Haze's vocal soars on the track before she breaks down into her speedy verses. The machine gun flow and big bass sound sits side by side so, so well. Check it out below.

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