kidnap kid returns with a new single *stronger* which sees the award winning young london via sheffield, producer, real name matt relton, apply his singular touch to a six-and-half-minute dark and emotionally charged house epic. highlighted by expressive piano chords and a haunting vocal refrain. *stronger* displays the deft musical instincts and production flourishes that have singled him out as one of the uks hottest up and comers.
rack n ruins new >territory ep< featuring slarta john & mc navigator is now out on black butter records. the ep combines everything that rack n ruin stands for, a cross genre mash-up of jungle, electro, dubstep and more which we love at urban nerds! with outstanding feedback from the likes of breakage, a-track, sub focus, n- type and many more, he is going from strength to strength!
mlms live show now incorporates a full brass section and drummer, accentuating the elements of carnivalesque ska and heightening their collective energy. this, combined with johnnys unique lyrical style, sees the band form a new fuller sound, merging their playful melodies with a powerful back line. young british singer, jessie ware (who has also sung for jack penate), a bright new talent, has also joined them to offer soulful vocals. the >lovestruck< ep reveals a more refined method of writing infectious and original british music. their new approach to composition harbors their recognized style, whilst showing a progression as serious songwriters. for the release of the ep the band has been working with producers such as clive langer (madness) and charlie hugall (florence and the machine).
eine deutsch-britische top-kollaboration und ein ibiza-hit der letztjährigen saison erfährt endlich auch den vinyl-release: elderbrook vs. andhim mit ihrem perkussiven deep house-vocal-smasher -how many times- inkl. kant remix. reaktionen: too sick - mr soft skank, love anthem, love this - shadow child, great tune! love the vocal - proper villains, huge! - jem haynes, love it - rui da silva
with dubsteps impressive crossover into the midst of mainstream music, >speeding< has brought an innovative urban approach to the uk bass music scene. with its effortlessly sensual vocals from the beautiful adiyam accompanied by a speaker-shattering bassline, >speeding< is undeniably a dancefloor filler. its perfect for the summer with its relaxed, breezy attitude that takes you in after just one spin. black butter have drafted in some of the hottest and most exciting talent around to complete this package. recently signed to skisms label >never say die<, dodge & fuski are no strangers to the top 10 dubstep and drum & bass charts, and their remix of >speeding< will undoubtedly have the dubstep revolutionaries knocking down the door… signed to n-types label wheel & deal, bentons drum & bass remix of >speeding< has already been on heavy rotation by bbc radio 1s mista jam and the love its receiving is definitely no accident.
biggest release of the year alert (i kid you not)! remixing racknruins awesome soundclash ep we have: skism, deekline & ed solo. they are both great, but if you ever want to see a dancefloor frothing at the mouth and gouging their eyes out in admiration, drop the skism remix (on a little tudor rape flex as he puts it).
mixes currently getting bashed by sub focus, crookers, zinc, skrillex, far too loud, freetylers, plump djs, reid speed, tomb crew, bassnectar, kissy sellout dirtyphonics, lady waks & dc breaks
rinse fms marco del horno and kiss dj swerve team up to bring you the bullet that is >ho! riddim<. enrolling the vocal talents of man of the moment, p money û ho! is the underground anthem which is getting smashed at club and radio stations across the uk.
man like me are no strangers to us here at black butter records, fans of some of their more recent tracks such as >london town< we so had to get involved with this new ep. the band are best known for their ska, grime, indie blend. their brazen lyrics are less self-conscious than some of their musical counterparts, and revel in the realities, perks and calamity of being a young londoner.
having already notched up remixes for the likes of nas & damien marley, the nextmen, zero7, ou este le swimming pool and most recently aggro santos forthcoming single? racknruin thought it about time he brought you something special of his own? the >sound clash< ep sees racknruin carve his way neatly through haunting electro-organs and dramatic synth-stabs whilst demanding hands in the air moments at every turn.