2017-06-20T16:36:44+00:00 2017-06-20T17:10:33+00:00

George Smeddles makes his HIPPIES debut with a remix of 'I Go'

HIPPIES is an independant record label based in London and if you love your techy sounds, groovy basslines and serious synth – these are the guys you've been searching for. They've got an impressive artist roster that just keeps growing; Apollo 84, Chicks Luv Us and Jey Kurmis are just a few of the names gracing this up and coming label in the Tech House world.

Capturing all that's good vibes and happiness with the records they push out, the latest is no exception. A two track EP from UK DJs Marcellus Wallace and Ross Roberts, featuring an unbelievable remix from 'Zulu' warrior George Smeddles. 'I Go' is a dancefloor-ready package with a serious bassline and tribal vocal chop to take on any tech house track you're hearing now that the sun is shining. The basement remix from George Smeddles, who you'll find on Toolroom and Do Not Sleep, is taking on a groovier sound than the opener, bringing the vocals down a notch to make this a real feel good dancer.

With the label seeing support from big players in the game such as Cuartero, Jamie Jones, Latmun and Sidney CharlesHIPPIES are definitely a label whose tunes you're going to be hearing more on those terraces, at the clubs and featuring in sets from some of the biggest DJs.

The 'I Go' EP will be available to pre-order now and purchase HERE from 23rd June 2017.

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Tech House

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