Sylk 130 – City 5-6 theme
Sylk 130 is the side project of producer King Britt. King Britt is a pioneer of all things soulful, rhythmically textured and melodically provocative. This Philadelphia native has found a way to escape the strictures of a single category of music by expressing his creations through deep house, hip-hop, broken beat, nu-jazz, funk and afro-tech. Whether it’s film scoring for Hollywood, rocking the playa at Burning Man or consulting for the leading urban lifestyle brands, there are no limits to what King Britt will do next.
Cosmos – Take Me With You
British recording artist, music producer, remixer, DJ, as well as classically trained pianist and cellist. One half of the ground-breaking electronic acts Global Communication, Link & E621, Reload & E621, Jedi Knights, The Chameleon, and Secret Ingredients, all with Mark Pritchard. As a solo artist Tom releases/has released as Amba, Cosmos, The Mod Wheel, Schizophrenia, The Rebus Project, and Spiritcatcher. Other collaborations include Fogcity with Mark Darby and Matthew Herbert, The Bays, Robortom with Rob Da Bank, and Aphex Twin with whom Middleton co-produced the track “En Trance To Exit” from the seminal “Analogue Bubblebath” EP.
Leftfield – Swords
Leftfield (1991 – 1999)
Neil Barnes and Paul Daley, inspired by house music’s many facets formed the production team of Leftfield, working with several artists who were at the cutting edge of dance music. Leftfield were famous in the studio for their remixes of such artists as Adamski and Detroit house legend Kevin Saunderson’s Inner City project. In 1991 their first single, “Not Forgotten” was an instant club hit heard around the world, trademarking their production work on a simple, but cutting edge dance track.
John Roberts – Glass eights
John Roberts is an Ohio-born deep house producer, sole American signed to Dial Records – A key figure in the release schedule for one of the most respected house labels in the world.
Fused – Saving Mary (Original Version)
Fat freddy’s drop – Hope (3 generations walking remix)
Fat Freddy’s Drop – Hope (original)
Fat Freddy’s Drop is a 7 piece live Dub/Reggae band from Wellington, New Zealand. Founded in 2001, the current lineup consists of DJ Fitchie, Joe Dukie, Toby Chang, HoPepa, Chopper Reedz, Jetlag Johnson, and Dobie Blaze. The name “Fat Freddy’s Drop” is a reference to a piece of blotter art that was circulating in the NZ dance scene in the late 90’s.
Bent – I can’t believe it’s over (with Sian Evans)
Bent is a two-piece downtempo act from Nottingham, England consisting of Neil “Nail” Tolliday and Simon Mills. They gained critical acclaim from their debut album, Programmed to Love, in 2000.
Silicone Soul – Feeling Blue
Silicone Soul are the internationally renowned and much-loved DJ & production duo Craig Morrison and Graeme Reedie. Pioneering quality underground house and techno for the past decade they have proven to be one of the most popular acts on their home label, Soma Records. They are synonymous with dancefloor destruction and guest constantly around the globe.
Soul Dhamma – Flower (The Underwater Garden Dub aka Scuba Mix)
King Britt is a pioneer of all things soulful, rhythmically textured and melodically provocative. This Philadelphia native has found a way to escape the strictures of a single category of music by expressing his creations through deep house, hip-hop, broken beat, nu-jazz, funk and afro-tech. Whether it’s film scoring for Hollywood, rocking the playa at Burning Man or consulting for the leading urban lifestyle brands, there are no limits to what King Britt will do next.