THE WIRED E.P - D. RAMIREZ

Release Date: 26th May 2009
26 May 2009 marks the general release of ‘The Wired EP’ by Sheffield’s leading purveyor of red-hot underground house D Ramirez, on Slave Recordings. Both original tracks ‘Wired’ and ‘Road Of Excess’ feature the vocals of LDV, a mysteriously anonymous star, also from the steel city. Remixes come courtesy of house and techno veteran Rob Babicz and D. Ramirez himself.





D. RAMIREZ REMIXED

D. Ramirez returns with an eagerly-anticipated album of original singles and remixes of all of his favourite tracks released on Slave Recordings. "D. Ramirez Remixed" brings together, for the first time in a single collection, the groundbreaking club mixes that catapulted him to the forefront of the world´s dance music scene.

Some of the tracks include Pleasure Me, La Discotek, Wired, Satur8 and Nitr8.

Over the course of his career, D. Ramirez has established himself as a leader and innovator in creating cutting-edge dance music setting his sights on much higher prizes than to rule any dusty sub genre. This is an album of epic reach and it´s on the dance floors of the world´s clubs that you can see the real appreciation and mastery of these tracks.

"D. Ramirez Remixed" features remixes by some of the hottest producers in dance music today including Darren Emerson, Caged Baby, Paul Wooldford, Robert Babicz and Jamie Stevens among others. The album includes unreleased exclusive remixes by H2, Kristoph, Zakir A & Alex Mega and The Evil Amigos.






THE NITR8 E.P - D. RAMIREZ

D.Ramirez delivers a superb solo single in “Nitr8”, backed with a remix from the always on-point Paul Woolford. The release features two original cuts from D.Ramirez, ‘Nitr8’ and ‘Devi8or’, which are prime examples of the powerful, muscular sound the British producer extraordinaire has made his trademark in recent years. ‘The Nitr8 E.P again shows why D.Ramirez is not to be ignored and gives further insight into why artists as disparate as Matt Tolfrey and Underworld are clamouring to work with him.


REACTIONS

--- Mark Knight - Yeah, really like this
---Pete Tong - Great Stuff - Loving your kick drum!
---Thomas Schumacher (Spielzeugschallplatten / Electrochemie) - Wow, this is a very strong release, all tracks are huge. Full support!
--- Anthony Pappa - I like both tracks "Nitr8" and "Devi8or" and l will play these out. Thanks.
--- Sharam Tayebi (Deep Dish) - Will support package
--- Jody Wisternoff(Way Out West/Distinctive) - Feeling Devi8or, nice tripped out groove !
--- Timo Maas - Woolfords mix is good!
--- Jamie Stevens (Infusion) - Excellent! proper vibes on this one. Slave does it again :)
--- Sonique - I like Devi8or makes me won't to get up and dance the night away...
--- Wally Lopez (Underwater / Various) - PW for me...will play
--- Dave Seaman - Original sounds good, woolfords mix is tech-tastic.
--- Axwell (Positiva/Data) - Nice. like the woolford remix
--- Justin Robertson - Wooly's mix is gonna be huge for me!
--- Funkagenda - Thanks mate... As always SUPER TIGHT production... You're a warlock you...
--- Elite Force - Awesome fella - loving the sound of the Devi8or and will be smacking the arse out of that one this weekend. Top job.  

--- Pete Jordan IDJ (Warehouse page)
"It’s important that D Ramirez music is reviewed in the warehouse section. His early forays into breaks, electro, tech house and techno has paved a way for many to follow in a genre-defying fashion. Although his sound is much more focused these days, you can play one of his tunes in most sets and get dancefloor kudos. A great release, further sweetened by a superb Paul Woolford remix, this is an essential release! 9 out of 10

--- Pete Jordan Pete Gooding (Ibiza Global Radio)
"Killer track, been on my radio show and dean is my guest on the show next week!!!"

--- Ben Gomori (Datatransmission)
"Love Devia8or. IT’s on this week’s Round-UP





SATUR8 - D. RAMIREZ

Release Date: 02 November 2009
D.Ramirez’s muscular, electronic take on house music is back with a vengeance with new single “Satur8” proving that the next D.Ramirez release is always worth the wait. With an autumn schedule that sees remixes of Skunk Anansi, a collaboration with Underworld and an enviable gig-list it’s with his own Slave Recordings that the true gold can be found.


REACTIONS:

--- Andi Durrant "Been playing it in our sets - sounded great at Privilege in Ibiza and MOS in London."
---Mark Knight 'Love it!!!"
---Dave Seaman " Another top release by Dean"
---Michael Gray " Great Track"
---Hernan Cattaneo "Jamies mixes rock"
---Groove Armada "Nice"
---James Talk "Jamies mixes are massive for me"
---Steve Parry "Original is Obviously a Biggie!!"