Sherlock Remixes EP
After our massive bank holiday showcase down at Peckham Palais, we are super excited to announce the release of Foamo‘s new Sherlock Remixes EP, featuring some of the UK’s most exciting new up and coming bass producers.
The EP drops next week, and you can grab a stream of each addition below.
Opening up the EP we have Kry Wolf who burst onto the scene last year with their signature dirty house style, gaining support across the board and collaborating with the legend Claude VonStroke, putting out Turbosteppa via his iconic dirtybird. Recently they’ve setup a new label with Shadow Child aka Dave Spoon, called Food Music. Their latest remix retains their gritty low-down sound while working in Foamo’s vocal sample with real panache to create a low-end dancefloor destroyer.
Taiki & Nulight bring the noise with their no-nonsense peak time club remix. The pair have recently had releases on Cheap Thrills and Benga Beats, with their fast paced dance floor centric style proving a hit with both Annie Mac and B. Traits. Their track is a microcosm of the current trend in UK dance music, bass heavy and laden with influences from every genre going.
Marching drums lead into Millions Like Us’ huge, huge remix that showcases just why they’re a force to be reckoned with in the bass scene at the moment. Their broken beat percussion and surging distorted bass stabs roll underneath some seriously unique synth lines which flirt with the purple sounds of Bristol.
My Nu Leng’s popularity has grown intensely over their last few months following a few breakout releases on LNUK and 877 Records. The duo from Bristol are gradually bringing down the tempo from their Dubstep routes into more Garage territory. Their remix displays their signature sprawling bass hits with dark warehouse undertones. The vocals harmonise perfectly with their synths to form a beautifully expansive outro.
Next up LKiD’s take on the track oozes that garage crossover sound that everyone is craving across the country. The Leeds based producer shows us why he is one of the true upcoming House music stars, an incredibly cheeky drop bringing in his trademark minimal, yet playful house stamp to close out a stellar EP.