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    Yeti - Benny L
  2. 2.
    Sharks - Benny L,
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    Monsters - Sub Zero Remix - Benny L, Sub Zero
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    Body Rock - Andy C,
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    Quest - Andy C
Tracks like Quest, Titan, Hush Hush, Body Rock and Crossbow were not just vital for Shimon’s ascent, but also for the expansion of drum and basses engineering.
Whilst Quest and the infamous radio smasher Body Rock saw him collaborate with Ram Records’ label boss Andy C, he also produced the likes of Titan as part of esteemed outfit Ram Trilogy, with the addition of Ant Miles alongside working with Andy C once again. Shimon’s standalone releases Hush Hush and Crossbow have also seen him meet with critical acclamation throughout the globe, solidifying his reputation as one of the genre’s greats. This wasn’t the end of his creative journey though; after years of releasing on the Ram imprint, he turned his attention to his most ambitious project to date. And it was in 2007 that his label Audioporn Records was born.
After fifteen years releasing on Ram, he began to develop the ethos behind Audioporn. Shimon wanted to capitalise on artists that understood the true nuances of music, pushing forward newcomers who knew what small steps it took to shape the overall feel of a track. Looking back at what the label has achieved over ten years, it’s easy to see this reflected in Audioporn’s output. And it signals another stepping stone in Shimon’s historic climb, one documented religiously throughout drum and bass. His influence has seeped into its every page, meaning Shimon’s identity has become synonymous with the genres... Which is why decades on, he’s still one of its key players.


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