Kry Wolf are fast becoming recognised as one of the UK’s most exciting underground players due to their distinctively creative and varied production style and consistently strong releases.
The duo are also behind some of the biggest parties ever thrown on the south coast through uber brand Sumo, not to mention putting out some of the freshest new talent on their own label Sounds of Sumo.
Obsessively putting in the studio hours, their productions have ranged from house, garage, tech, funky to experimental as they continually refuse to be pigeon-holed.
A pair of producers who have been working together for the past five years now and showing huge promise, the boys have already brought us gems such as ‘One Of These Days’, ‘Long Distance’ and ‘Room To Breathe’, as well as featuring on a number of Hospitality compilations.
When they’re not making uplifting liquid and charming D&B fans across the globe, the Devon based duo are often found on BBC Radio 1Xtra or doing mini mixes for Annie Mac.
Here is a little background history into the man himself!
In 2010 Wilkinson passed a few songs over to Hospital Records A&R via Cyantific, which led to his first release on the labels Sick Music 2 compilation. A few months later Wilkinson sent a folder of tunes to Ram Records and within days received a phone call from Andy C inviting him for a meeting at the Ram Records HQ.
Zeds Dead are a Canadian electronic music duo from Toronto, Ontario composed of producers DC and Hooks.
They have been producing music together since 2004, formerly as Mass Productions. In the summer of 2007, they released one Hip-Hop influenced album as Mass Productions, entitled Fresh Beetz, before launching Zeds Dead in 2009.
The duo are not currently signed to a record label, but have released music on several; much of their music remains bootlegged, unofficially released, or given away as free downloads.
As we know, one hit record is essential to get an artists name up that incredibly unstable and extremely rocky ladder and that track gave Redlight the big boost that he deserves.
Redlight is a Bristol raised, London based artist. He started out in the early 2000’s under the Alias DJ Clipz, with a string of releases on the Drum & Bass scene.
In 2009 he decided to create a new sound under the alias Redlight, setting up the label ‘Lobster Boy‘ for his productions and starting off with the debut EP The Lobster Boy EP.
We look forward to hearing what Redlight has in store for us in the future and we fully support what he has to offer!