For its third release, Here To Hell welcomes Melbourne (via Adelaide) veteran, Rambl, and his incredible groover “Doss”.
This third release on the label happened purely by surprise, and what a discovery! The track itself is no accident, but the signing took place after a chance encounter. Richard Campbell aka Rambl, who is one of Melbourne’s best and most consistent DJs since the last two decades, had developed a small cult following of viewers via facebook, where he had been providing live video coverage of Australia’s wild weather in a kind of comedy-weatherman format. Once these updates caught our attention, the magical facebook algorithm placed all of his content at the top of our feed.
One day his video moved away from the wild South Australian coast and into the studio. Rich - who we also know for his huge stature akin to an NBA basketballer, and his brain for Mathematics and Computational Biology – was bopping that giant brain up and down and making his “bass face”, with a mixing desk and some speakers (and some beers) in the background. The soundtrack to this video was completely mesmerising. We sent him a private message immediately: “what the hell is THIS!!!?”
His reply: “This is one of mine, it’s not finished yet but it feels good”. Our reply: “It feels INCREDIBLE!!! Finish it and let’s put it on wax!”
So today we bring you “Doss” and we expect you’ll love it.
On the flipside we’ve invited another Melbourne man, Sly Faux, to demonstrate why he’s appearing in the playlists of Richie Hawtin and Maceo Plex, and why his EP on Nicole Moudaber’s Mood was a bestseller. He’s also just remixed The Presets and continues to impress with his tight productions. Sly Faux’s remix takes the original Detroit-inspired techno-funk and twists it into a different kind of main room banger.