Issue 49 - March

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HOUSE / TECHNO 26 ARTIST OF the month: KRY WOLF Issue 49/ 2013 EP REVIEW: HUXLEY-Bellywedge Recognised as one of the UK���s biggest underground players, these guys are making their mark on the music scene. This house duo are Bill Francis and Lewis Darvill. These guys have played at Bestival, Fabric, Cable and plenty of other locations around London. Their recent releases include a collaboration with dirtybird don Claude VonStroke, as well as a mix of original music that was put out on their own label, Sound of Sumo, and not to mention their involvement with imprint Party Like Us. Their style consists of an eclectic mix of garage, funky, house and dub. Their work is full of original sounds, as well as delightful remixes from artists including Lady Gaga, The Streets, Udachi, CanBlaster, and more. Take a listen to them on soundcloud where you can see all their recent releases including their guest mix for cameo on BBC Radio 1 Xtra. Check it out and see what you think. It���s fair to say that 2012 was a pretty successful year for Huxley, and with the recent release of his ���Bellywedge EP��� it seems as though he is heading in the right direction this year. Bursting on to the scene in 2011, last year saw the producer from Tring release ���No Matter What,��� his ���Out Of The Box EP��� on 20:20 Vision and house gem ���Let It Go,��� which found itself nominated for ���best single��� in the Best of British DJ Mag awards. Michael Dodman���s latest project sees him return to Hypercolour, the label which released the dancefloor smash, for his latest two-track EP. The A-side, ���Bellywedge,��� picks up where ���Let It Go��� left off, consisting of a rumbling 4x4 beat accompanied by a warped vocal hook. To mix things up a bit, Huxley slows the beat down halfway through, adding synths and scattered vocal samples before resuming the original bouncy rhythm. ���Little Things,��� the second track, may well be the more infectious of the two. This one takes a trip back in time to the 1990s, providing the classic house sound. As with the title track, a bouncy, garagelike beat is present, assisting a highpitched repetitive vocal sample. MARCH RELEASES MINDSCAPE Adam Shelton ALPHAWAVE Morgan Hammer ROSAS EP Masaya MOVE FORWARD EP Jammhot TOO HOT EP Campener (BACK TO YOU RECORDS) (STARTALK INTERNATIONAL) (MINA RECORdS) (SAINTS & SONNETS) (SUBURBAN) How Can I? Mario Ferrini, Cece Rogers LOSING THINGS EP Sam Russo MIAMI SAMPLER 2013 Various Artists Love (original mix) Napoleons Get Loud (original mix) Steve Miggedy Maestro (Ferrini Records) (LEFTROOM LIMITED) (Chronovision) (smooth agent records Africa) (Steve Miggedy Maestro) Mainline (Original Main Vocal) The Jason Load Experience, Groove Motion, Iyona MONEY DISH EP David Scuba & Mikael Stavostrand (RIFF RAFF LIMITED) (Sniff Your Ears Recordings)

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