Celebrating more than two decades in music and having conquered a number of different dance music genres, Hamilton is one of the most prolific artists in the drum & bass circuit.
After experimenting with multiple genres, Hamilton turned his full attention to drum & bass in the latter half of the 2000’s and the versatility in his productions landed him a deal with Andy C’s RAM Records. His tracks ‘Soundboy’ and ‘Echoes’ were considered to be some of the stand out tracks featured on Andy C’s famous Nightlife compilations.
As a DJ he is well renowned for his damaging three deck sets at clubs around the world, mixing and blending drop after drop but the veteran has been notably absent from the pivotal imprint’s release schedule, which is why his forthcoming releases on RAM Records will be met with both relief and anticipation. It once again platforms Hamilton’s enviable skill, one he’s spent decade honing a skill which saw him enter the ranks of drum & bass’ most beloved label.
‘Believe in Me’ follows the path of Hamilton’s liquid undertakings. His steppy, dancefloor record and vocal-set pleaser presents a double-sided single to signify that Hamilton is truly back. And he brings with him years of experience as well as the unique, explosive talent drum & bass fans have been missing.
Having conquered several dance music genres and worked as an international DJ for over two decades, this talented and versatile producer turned his full focus to drum and bass in the latter half of the naughties culminating in signing an exclusive deal with Andy C’s Ram Records.
His tracks “Soundboy” and “Echoes” were considered to be some of the stand out tunes featured on Andy C’s Nightlife 5 compilation and since then Hamilton has released a number of singles including the massive “Brainstorm”, the sublime piece of dance floor driven liquid that is “Deep In My Heart”, the extremely varied eight track “Schema EP”, “Feel The Fury” and “Track 8”, both heavily supported by Mistajam and Annie Mac on BBC Radio 1.
He’s been busy on the remix front too, crafting reworks for the likes of Blackout “L.O.V.E”, indie/dance hybrid Enter Shikari’s “Sssnakepit”, label mates Loadstar’s “Black & White” and topping the drum & bass charts with his barnstorming VIP of TC’s rave anthem “Tap Ho” and a huge remix of Laxx’s “Step Three”. Since then, Hamilton has been locked away in his studio for the last couple of years writing his debut album “22” which is set for release in early 2017.
As a DJ he’s well renowned for his damaging three deck, double and triple dropping sets at events in the UK and around the world. Having recently come back from a multi-date tour of Australia and South America, Hamilton is back and ready to unleash a batch of brand new material. Watch this space!