Brazil’s superstar DJ Marky joins High Contrast, and Sub Focus at RAM NYE

Ram Records has announced Brazil’s global superstar DJ Marky will be appearing as a very special guest for RAM NYE 2016, when the event returns to 02 Academy Brixton on New Year’s Eve Saturday 31st December, following last year’s sold out show.

RAM NYE 2016 kicks off the celebrations for their 25th anniversary year and features a heavyweight cast of DJs including Sub Focus, High Contrast, Camo & Krooked, Friction, Delta Heavy, Loadstar B2B Rene La Vice, Teddykillerz B2B June Miller, Frankee, and very special guests Nero (DJ Set), and DJ Marky.

DJ Marky will be flying in from Sao Paulo, Brazil to bring his samba-inspired breaks and bass sound to RAM NYE. After grabbing the attention of Goldie, Bryan G, and DJ Hype, Marky went on to become the first DJ From Brazil to have a UK Top 10 hit with ‘LK’, and has more than 100 releases under his belt including 2 critically acclaimed albums, ‘In Rotation’ and ‘Influences’, plus remixes for Deadmau5, Fatboy Slim, and Madonna. Marky was also the first Brazilian DJ to hold a residency at London’s Fabric with DJ Marky & Friends. He has also headlined Lovebox, played with Norman Jay MBE at Good Times at the Notting Hill Carnival and kept his name in the game through radio shows and tracks on Fifa Street.

Ram Records, created by drum & bass pioneer Andy C together with Ant Miles in 1992, has been responsible for supporting the recording careers of Chase and Status, Noisia, Sub Focus, Wilkinson and Bad Company UK (DJ Fresh) amongst many others, as well as Andy C’s own productions under his own name and as Origin Unknown. The label has enjoyed a long association with club events and forged strong ties with London’s Fabric and Manchester’s Warehouse, hosting successful parties at both as well as hosting standalone Ram nights globally.

General sale tickets now on sale (37.50+BF)

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