Reigning upon the future of London's sewers, label monarchs and production duo Kry Wolf have unveiled a new EP for their Sounds of Sumo dynasty. With six remix assailants Lost in Tremé flaunts the choas and disorder in the future's underground sounds. From the slinging drops of crumy jungle thrash courtesy of Hungary's Slap in the Bass to Colo's down tempo out of body experience. This release ushers in a continued legacy of a buried market hungry with demand and hooked on it's own supply. Radio chart topper In New DJ's We Trust virtuoso Dave Spoon peers into his early 90's rave reflection to bring you a 909 relic branded in 303 acid lines.
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Disguised with a grin, UK alter ego and Roska signed Mr Tickle puts in the overtime bursting out two remixes for this package. The lead melody in Begging You snickers at a familiar Marble Player's debut while the metallic percussion and sinking vocals point to none other than the High Powered Boys. A track that's been done before, but in a style and groove we have all yet to be sick of.
Have a look at the originals behind the influence and check out more Kry Wolf on their owned and operated Sounds of Sumo catalogue. What Marble is to the fleur de lis, Sumo is to the union jack. Pushing the envelope with artists like Kashii, Udachi, and Brenmar expect nothing but bizarre.