Always a wildcard and hardly predictable in the studio, UK based producer Copy Paste Soul delivers club hits that recurrently excite different crowds. With a distinct sound that often swirls his love for Detroit techno and the prominent garage sounds of the UK and now US, central figures such as Modeselektor and Annie Mac have already shown support for the producer. With a brand new EP titled People on the Street, out today via Berlin’s Exploited Records, this is one of those all-vibes fabrications that’ll keep the word-of-mouth in full effect.
Designed to get you off your seat and onto the dance floor, track title ”People on the Street” encompasses the works that make up a proper dance track; cowbell, catchy hook vocals, and a bass-driven groove that keeps you going. Sure to be a jam in many clubs this year, the smooth funk certainly comes to life here. “Fly Away”, a fitting contrast to the former, devotes its soulful energy covertly building up a climax that shifts the song’s more anticipated chill out deep house vibe into a new territory of equally warm dance rhythms.
Available worldwide today, People on the Street EP certainly deserves its place in our music libraries. For those of you who did not get a chance to catch him live at Boardmasters festival in Cornwall this weekend, be sure to check out Copy Paste Soul at Bestival September 7 and at Motion with Carl Cox on October 5—two promising events indeed.
Copy Paste Soul
People on the Street EP