Released 1st July 2016
De Sluwe Vos (Dutch for 'The Sly Fox', a name derived from Aesop's fable of the Fox and the Crow) is the newest addition to the Dutch house and techno scene. His productions are supported by artists such as DJ Sneak, Joy Orbison, Boddika and Bicep. Moreover, De Sluwe Vos has a packed tour schedule and travels many miles for all his national and international gigs.
With strong hooks and dirty kicks as his specialities, De Sluwe Vos has released multiple tracks on labels like 4Lux and Slapfunk. Lately, this cheerful producer from Dutch city of Deventer has even been gaining a foothold in the pop scene. His gig at Noorderslag did not go unnoticed: national music platform 3voor12 named him the best act of the festival.
De Sluwe Vos mixes various styles to create his own 'signature sound' with which he manages to constantly keep himself at the center of attention. His 'OG Anthem' is possibly one of the most notable tracks of the moment; this underground hit found its way to the surface and received airplay on both Dutch radio station 3FM and BBC Radio1.
With his discography, De Sluwe Vos is constructing a steady career. But he's not one to stay hidden away in the studio: he's at his best when dominating dance floors in clubs and at festivals. His ultimate goal is to bring the crowd to a higher state of mind, where worries simply disappear and the music takes over. Time and time again, De Sluwe Vos provides proof for the big bang theory with his performances. Whether it's at Awakenings Festival in the Netherlands or at Together Festival in Cardiff: during his shows he is pure energy. His duet between his Roland TR- 909 drum computer and turntables is always a bold endeavor, just like his stage diving.
The fact that he is a fixture of the club scene is proven by his monthly international gigs, his own night The Core and his notorious live act. With the audiovisual show 'Kontra live', De Sluwe Vos is well underway to becoming 'one of the greats'. And that's no fable!
a1. Insert Track Title
b1. Basement Work Out III
b2. Basement Work Out III (Person Of Interest Remix)
Repress due June 2017
An artist who’s making a huge name for himself right now with sell-out releases on the likes of 1080p, Shall Not Fade and Church.
Based in Australia, “I’ve Always Like Grime” is a track that has a serious amount of hype behind it with people talking about this tune for some time, the reaction to hearing of its release was strong across UTTU’s social networks. The audio/video had 8k hits in 24 hours.
a1. I've Always Liked Grime
b1. Black Palms
b2. Menace II Society
Released 20th November 2015
‘Legowelt has been putting other house and techno producers to shame since the the 1990s.
The Dutch artist releases music at a rate of knots – there’s been at least nine albums under the Legowelt name alone now, and he has over 30 different aliases, all of which interact in weird, wonderful ways. His music has appeared on labels as disparate as Unknown to the Unknown and Cocoon, and he’s got a reputation as a real studio wizard – not only due to the hardware in the studio, but the sample packs and plugins that he gives out for free online. On top of that, he’s about as unpretentious as it’s possible to get.
Here Institute Of The Overmind, which was made live in a session filmed for FACT TV, gets the vinyl treatment backed with a monster 90s trance re-work from Photonz’
a. Legowelt - Institute Of The Overmind
b. Legowelt - Institute Of The Overmind (Photonz Remix)
Released 18th September 2015
Gang Fatale's BLEAKER drops is debut EP on UTTU backed with a BONKERS Helix (Night Slugs) remix.
RAW baltimore inspired club heat mixed up with classic Jersey & Footwork influnences on the Helix drop.
a1. Bleaker - Hype (Funk)
a2. Bleaker - Jam
b1. Bleaker - Hype (Funk) (HELIX Remix)
a1. Marcus Mixx - Rub It Don't Go So Fast
b1. Marcus Mixx - Do U Luc 2 Dance (Oh Yeh Mix)
b2. Marcus Mixx - Do U Luc 2 Dance (Slipping Mix)