Ramp Recordings have worked up a reputation over the past few years of providing quality releases from the realm of the dubstep/funky/garage/glitch-hop realms, with LP's and EP's that vary in terms of style and tempos (Releases range from Zomby and Computer Jay to Ras G and Doc Daneeka). The man behind this rise is Tom Kerridge, and we were lucky enough at Take Flight to catch an interview with the man to get a greater insight into the workings of the Ramp and PTN labels. You can check out the interview now by clicking here. The PTN sub-label is Ramp's most recent and exciting new venture. Established back in May, the PTN label will focus on releasing the best from the thriving undeground of UK Funky and House, something which has been established in its first 5 killer releases; Doc Daneeka (Deadly Rhythm' EP), Hackman (More Than Ever' EP), Hypno ('Over The Top' EP), Breach ('Fatherless') and Doc Daneeka ('Television' EP). Big things are to come from both these labels, makes sure you look out for future releases on these labels.