Dan Meldrum is a garage and house producer from England’s North East. As Prangman, his work straddles the genres of house, garage and neurofunk, as evidenced on his latest EP, Chamber, to be released by Migration Recordings on February 17th.
“Kremlin” is the fourth track Prangman has released from Chamber, after the well-received “Chamber”, “Sonics” and “Far Away” (feat. Lyndsey Murray) dropped earlier this month. A busy, bouncing garage track full of futurist sounds and satisfying breaks, “Kremlin” is another fine introduction to Prangman’s style for the uninitiated.
A regular of Leicester’s Sous Sol scene, with Horizon and Outlook Festival performances already under his belt, Chamber could well be the release that gains this talented producer some keen attention in 2017.
Prangman's Ep "Chamber" is out tomorrow via Migration Recordings, you can pre-order here.
Genre: UK Garage, Bass
Sounds Like: Prangman cites a range of influences, including UK Garage artists Flava D, EL-B, Killjoy and Mooney and drum and bass producers Calibre, Break, Calyx, Tee-Bee, Black Sun Empire and Noisia & Phace
Single name: “Kremlin”, taken from Prangman’s upcoming Ep “Chamber”
Release date: 17/02/2017
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Upcoming dates: February 24 - Sous-Sol Projet, SUB8TEN, Leicester, UK
Press: The Playground PR
Label: NexGen Music