Camo & Krooked – Make The Call feat TC – OFFICIAL VIDEO

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Camo & Krooked – Make The Call feat TC – OFFICIAL VIDEO


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Camo & Krooked “For the original “Make The Call” we wanted to experiment a bit and try something completely new to us. It is an indie-house influenced 4/4 tune switching into dubstep in the middle. TC is on the vocals and we are very proud to have him on board, as for us he is like one of the biggest legends in D+B – his productions are wicked and so is his unique voice.

We also have some remixes of the single, and as you might have noticed
we like to do them on our own so we can make sure they are bang on.

The D+B remix, wich is featured on the vinyl release goes in pretty hard and is the one to play as an intro or last tune of a DJ set to get people rowdy.”

After blasting onto the Hospital map with their first single — “All
Fall Down / Breezeblock” — Camo & Krooked are back with another couple
of brilliant balls-out belters in the run up to the release of their
album — “Cross The Line” (which is due to drop early October)

Rowdy as ever, this double A-side single shows the breadth and
brilliance of Camo & Krooked’s sound as well as showcasing two of the
UK’s hottest vocal talents.

First up Bristol based DJ, producer and vocalist TC steps up to the
mike on “Make The Call”. Creaky SFX and squelchy bleeps, TC’s
enticing, polished vocal booms out “I got to make the call”. Taking
their influence outside the safety zone of drum+bass and looking to
dance music pioneers Daft Punk, as well as current UK acts like
Example for inspiration.

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London Elektricity – Meteorites ft. Elsa Esmeralda (Cutline Remix)

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The second single from London Elektricity’s highly anticipated album “Yikes!”, “Meteorites” pairs uplifting sonorous lyrics, trancey synths and euphoric energy with a typical musicality that will re-affirm London Elektricity’s reputation as one of the leading lights in the D&B scene

Remixes by Radio One favourite Danny Byrd and the Bristol based dubstep -drumstep – electro touting duo Cutline make up the vinyl package for the dancefloor diehards.

Cutline re-work “Meteorites” into an exuberant, souped-up slice of dancefloor destruction. Scintillating synth work paired with all the hallmarks of a contemporary dubstep track, it’s one for the Mash-Up generation – destined to cause a ruckus, no question.

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