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Bensley – Cold Storage

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With Zane Lowe pedestalling the first glimpse into Bensley’s diverse soundscape, ‘Fandango’ was a precursor for this forthcoming debut. ‘Next Generation’ is a bold move; with drum & bass being a genre which has certainly stood the test of time, newcomers have incredibly big shoes to fill. However, Bensley incorporates an innovative and incredibly intricate set of production skills to hold a title of his own.
But what can you expect from an artist who was signed after sending a single demo to revered label head Andy C. That’s despite having no previous releases or having any other music available to stream online. He was somewhat of a mystery.
‘Fandango’ was that track. And it was premiered as a world exclusive on leading tastemaker Radio1, which followed with support from the likes of Mistajam on 1xtra, as well as DJs on both Kiss and XFM.
Already demonstrating his widespread appeal with just one track, his air of mystery is now about to be broken. He’s definitely an anomaly; being only nineteen and having impressed so many people.
‘Next Generation’ is a 10-track journey through an impressively diverse soundscape. Whether it’s half-time breakdowns or the incorporation if cross genre-pollination it shows an astounding ability which will not go unrecognised.
From the opening bars of ‘Wildfire’, to the softly spoken pads and atmospheric note arpeggios of ‘Rain Dance’, then wrapped up by aptly named closing track ‘Aftermath’, there’s no denying Bensley’s masterful artistry.
Title-track ‘Next Generation’ leads you by the hand with snippets of humanistic sample, flowing in and out of its construct. It’s built upon by striking note progressions, a relaying of patterns which chop and change the mix. Carefully placed subs add impact, with emphasis given on each break, carrying the track forward down a steep drop with each slab of bass.
Drawing together a dizzying and fresh array of new sounds, this album indicates why Bensley is a forerunner within the new generation of music comers. Its representative of the fast paced technological setting of music production he grew up around; it also proves that Bensley is able to tap into dimensions which are often unheard of in other bodies of work.

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Bensley – Manta

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With Zane Lowe pedestalling the first glimpse into Bensley’s diverse soundscape, ‘Fandango’ was a precursor for this forthcoming debut. ‘Next Generation’ is a bold move; with drum & bass being a genre which has certainly stood the test of time, newcomers have incredibly big shoes to fill. However, Bensley incorporates an innovative and incredibly intricate set of production skills to hold a title of his own.
But what can you expect from an artist who was signed after sending a single demo to revered label head Andy C. That’s despite having no previous releases or having any other music available to stream online. He was somewhat of a mystery.
‘Fandango’ was that track. And it was premiered as a world exclusive on leading tastemaker Radio1, which followed with support from the likes of Mistajam on 1xtra, as well as DJs on both Kiss and XFM.
Already demonstrating his widespread appeal with just one track, his air of mystery is now about to be broken. He’s definitely an anomaly; being only nineteen and having impressed so many people.
‘Next Generation’ is a 10-track journey through an impressively diverse soundscape. Whether it’s half-time breakdowns or the incorporation if cross genre-pollination it shows an astounding ability which will not go unrecognised.
From the opening bars of ‘Wildfire’, to the softly spoken pads and atmospheric note arpeggios of ‘Rain Dance’, then wrapped up by aptly named closing track ‘Aftermath’, there’s no denying Bensley’s masterful artistry.
Title-track ‘Next Generation’ leads you by the hand with snippets of humanistic sample, flowing in and out of its construct. It’s built upon by striking note progressions, a relaying of patterns which chop and change the mix. Carefully placed subs add impact, with emphasis given on each break, carrying the track forward down a steep drop with each slab of bass.
Drawing together a dizzying and fresh array of new sounds, this album indicates why Bensley is a forerunner within the new generation of music comers. Its representative of the fast paced technological setting of music production he grew up around; it also proves that Bensley is able to tap into dimensions which are often unheard of in other bodies of work.

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Bensley – Aftermath

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With Zane Lowe pedestalling the first glimpse into Bensley’s diverse soundscape, ‘Fandango’ was a precursor for this forthcoming debut. ‘Next Generation’ is a bold move; with drum & bass being a genre which has certainly stood the test of time, newcomers have incredibly big shoes to fill. However, Bensley incorporates an innovative and incredibly intricate set of production skills to hold a title of his own.
But what can you expect from an artist who was signed after sending a single demo to revered label head Andy C. That’s despite having no previous releases or having any other music available to stream online. He was somewhat of a mystery.
‘Fandango’ was that track. And it was premiered as a world exclusive on leading tastemaker Radio1, which followed with support from the likes of Mistajam on 1xtra, as well as DJs on both Kiss and XFM.
Already demonstrating his widespread appeal with just one track, his air of mystery is now about to be broken. He’s definitely an anomaly; being only nineteen and having impressed so many people.
‘Next Generation’ is a 10-track journey through an impressively diverse soundscape. Whether it’s half-time breakdowns or the incorporation if cross genre-pollination it shows an astounding ability which will not go unrecognised.
From the opening bars of ‘Wildfire’, to the softly spoken pads and atmospheric note arpeggios of ‘Rain Dance’, then wrapped up by aptly named closing track ‘Aftermath’, there’s no denying Bensley’s masterful artistry.
Title-track ‘Next Generation’ leads you by the hand with snippets of humanistic sample, flowing in and out of its construct. It’s built upon by striking note progressions, a relaying of patterns which chop and change the mix. Carefully placed subs add impact, with emphasis given on each break, carrying the track forward down a steep drop with each slab of bass.
Drawing together a dizzying and fresh array of new sounds, this album indicates why Bensley is a forerunner within the new generation of music comers. Its representative of the fast paced technological setting of music production he grew up around; it also proves that Bensley is able to tap into dimensions which are often unheard of in other bodies of work.

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Bensley – Rain Dance

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With Zane Lowe pedestalling the first glimpse into Bensley’s diverse soundscape, ‘Fandango’ was a precursor for this forthcoming debut. ‘Next Generation’ is a bold move; with drum & bass being a genre which has certainly stood the test of time, newcomers have incredibly big shoes to fill. However, Bensley incorporates an innovative and incredibly intricate set of production skills to hold a title of his own.
But what can you expect from an artist who was signed after sending a single demo to revered label head Andy C. That’s despite having no previous releases or having any other music available to stream online. He was somewhat of a mystery.
‘Fandango’ was that track. And it was premiered as a world exclusive on leading tastemaker Radio1, which followed with support from the likes of Mistajam on 1xtra, as well as DJs on both Kiss and XFM.
Already demonstrating his widespread appeal with just one track, his air of mystery is now about to be broken. He’s definitely an anomaly; being only nineteen and having impressed so many people.
‘Next Generation’ is a 10-track journey through an impressively diverse soundscape. Whether it’s half-time breakdowns or the incorporation if cross genre-pollination it shows an astounding ability which will not go unrecognised.
From the opening bars of ‘Wildfire’, to the softly spoken pads and atmospheric note arpeggios of ‘Rain Dance’, then wrapped up by aptly named closing track ‘Aftermath’, there’s no denying Bensley’s masterful artistry.
Title-track ‘Next Generation’ leads you by the hand with snippets of humanistic sample, flowing in and out of its construct. It’s built upon by striking note progressions, a relaying of patterns which chop and change the mix. Carefully placed subs add impact, with emphasis given on each break, carrying the track forward down a steep drop with each slab of bass.
Drawing together a dizzying and fresh array of new sounds, this album indicates why Bensley is a forerunner within the new generation of music comers. Its representative of the fast paced technological setting of music production he grew up around; it also proves that Bensley is able to tap into dimensions which are often unheard of in other bodies of work.

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Bensley – To The Moon

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With Zane Lowe pedestalling the first glimpse into Bensley’s diverse soundscape, ‘Fandango’ was a precursor for this forthcoming debut. ‘Next Generation’ is a bold move; with drum & bass being a genre which has certainly stood the test of time, newcomers have incredibly big shoes to fill. However, Bensley incorporates an innovative and incredibly intricate set of production skills to hold a title of his own.
But what can you expect from an artist who was signed after sending a single demo to revered label head Andy C. That’s despite having no previous releases or having any other music available to stream online. He was somewhat of a mystery.
‘Fandango’ was that track. And it was premiered as a world exclusive on leading tastemaker Radio1, which followed with support from the likes of Mistajam on 1xtra, as well as DJs on both Kiss and XFM.
Already demonstrating his widespread appeal with just one track, his air of mystery is now about to be broken. He’s definitely an anomaly; being only nineteen and having impressed so many people.
‘Next Generation’ is a 10-track journey through an impressively diverse soundscape. Whether it’s half-time breakdowns or the incorporation if cross genre-pollination it shows an astounding ability which will not go unrecognised.
From the opening bars of ‘Wildfire’, to the softly spoken pads and atmospheric note arpeggios of ‘Rain Dance’, then wrapped up by aptly named closing track ‘Aftermath’, there’s no denying Bensley’s masterful artistry.
Title-track ‘Next Generation’ leads you by the hand with snippets of humanistic sample, flowing in and out of its construct. It’s built upon by striking note progressions, a relaying of patterns which chop and change the mix. Carefully placed subs add impact, with emphasis given on each break, carrying the track forward down a steep drop with each slab of bass.
Drawing together a dizzying and fresh array of new sounds, this album indicates why Bensley is a forerunner within the new generation of music comers. Its representative of the fast paced technological setting of music production he grew up around; it also proves that Bensley is able to tap into dimensions which are often unheard of in other bodies of work.

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Bensley – Nocturne

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With Zane Lowe pedestalling the first glimpse into Bensley’s diverse soundscape, ‘Fandango’ was a precursor for this forthcoming debut. ‘Next Generation’ is a bold move; with drum & bass being a genre which has certainly stood the test of time, newcomers have incredibly big shoes to fill. However, Bensley incorporates an innovative and incredibly intricate set of production skills to hold a title of his own.
But what can you expect from an artist who was signed after sending a single demo to revered label head Andy C. That’s despite having no previous releases or having any other music available to stream online. He was somewhat of a mystery.
‘Fandango’ was that track. And it was premiered as a world exclusive on leading tastemaker Radio1, which followed with support from the likes of Mistajam on 1xtra, as well as DJs on both Kiss and XFM.
Already demonstrating his widespread appeal with just one track, his air of mystery is now about to be broken. He’s definitely an anomaly; being only nineteen and having impressed so many people.
‘Next Generation’ is a 10-track journey through an impressively diverse soundscape. Whether it’s half-time breakdowns or the incorporation if cross genre-pollination it shows an astounding ability which will not go unrecognised.
From the opening bars of ‘Wildfire’, to the softly spoken pads and atmospheric note arpeggios of ‘Rain Dance’, then wrapped up by aptly named closing track ‘Aftermath’, there’s no denying Bensley’s masterful artistry.
Title-track ‘Next Generation’ leads you by the hand with snippets of humanistic sample, flowing in and out of its construct. It’s built upon by striking note progressions, a relaying of patterns which chop and change the mix. Carefully placed subs add impact, with emphasis given on each break, carrying the track forward down a steep drop with each slab of bass.
Drawing together a dizzying and fresh array of new sounds, this album indicates why Bensley is a forerunner within the new generation of music comers. Its representative of the fast paced technological setting of music production he grew up around; it also proves that Bensley is able to tap into dimensions which are often unheard of in other bodies of work.

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Bensley – Fool’s Gold

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With Zane Lowe pedestalling the first glimpse into Bensley’s diverse soundscape, ‘Fandango’ was a precursor for this forthcoming debut. ‘Next Generation’ is a bold move; with drum & bass being a genre which has certainly stood the test of time, newcomers have incredibly big shoes to fill. However, Bensley incorporates an innovative and incredibly intricate set of production skills to hold a title of his own.
But what can you expect from an artist who was signed after sending a single demo to revered label head Andy C. That’s despite having no previous releases or having any other music available to stream online. He was somewhat of a mystery.
‘Fandango’ was that track. And it was premiered as a world exclusive on leading tastemaker Radio1, which followed with support from the likes of Mistajam on 1xtra, as well as DJs on both Kiss and XFM.
Already demonstrating his widespread appeal with just one track, his air of mystery is now about to be broken. He’s definitely an anomaly; being only nineteen and having impressed so many people.
‘Next Generation’ is a 10-track journey through an impressively diverse soundscape. Whether it’s half-time breakdowns or the incorporation if cross genre-pollination it shows an astounding ability which will not go unrecognised.
From the opening bars of ‘Wildfire’, to the softly spoken pads and atmospheric note arpeggios of ‘Rain Dance’, then wrapped up by aptly named closing track ‘Aftermath’, there’s no denying Bensley’s masterful artistry.
Title-track ‘Next Generation’ leads you by the hand with snippets of humanistic sample, flowing in and out of its construct. It’s built upon by striking note progressions, a relaying of patterns which chop and change the mix. Carefully placed subs add impact, with emphasis given on each break, carrying the track forward down a steep drop with each slab of bass.
Drawing together a dizzying and fresh array of new sounds, this album indicates why Bensley is a forerunner within the new generation of music comers. Its representative of the fast paced technological setting of music production he grew up around; it also proves that Bensley is able to tap into dimensions which are often unheard of in other bodies of work.

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Bensley – Wildfire

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With Zane Lowe pedestalling the first glimpse into Bensley’s diverse soundscape, ‘Fandango’ was a precursor for this forthcoming debut. ‘Next Generation’ is a bold move; with drum & bass being a genre which has certainly stood the test of time, newcomers have incredibly big shoes to fill. However, Bensley incorporates an innovative and incredibly intricate set of production skills to hold a title of his own.
But what can you expect from an artist who was signed after sending a single demo to revered label head Andy C. That’s despite having no previous releases or having any other music available to stream online. He was somewhat of a mystery.
‘Fandango’ was that track. And it was premiered as a world exclusive on leading tastemaker Radio1, which followed with support from the likes of Mistajam on 1xtra, as well as DJs on both Kiss and XFM.
Already demonstrating his widespread appeal with just one track, his air of mystery is now about to be broken. He’s definitely an anomaly; being only nineteen and having impressed so many people.
‘Next Generation’ is a 10-track journey through an impressively diverse soundscape. Whether it’s half-time breakdowns or the incorporation if cross genre-pollination it shows an astounding ability which will not go unrecognised.
From the opening bars of ‘Wildfire’, to the softly spoken pads and atmospheric note arpeggios of ‘Rain Dance’, then wrapped up by aptly named closing track ‘Aftermath’, there’s no denying Bensley’s masterful artistry.
Title-track ‘Next Generation’ leads you by the hand with snippets of humanistic sample, flowing in and out of its construct. It’s built upon by striking note progressions, a relaying of patterns which chop and change the mix. Carefully placed subs add impact, with emphasis given on each break, carrying the track forward down a steep drop with each slab of bass.
Drawing together a dizzying and fresh array of new sounds, this album indicates why Bensley is a forerunner within the new generation of music comers. Its representative of the fast paced technological setting of music production he grew up around; it also proves that Bensley is able to tap into dimensions which are often unheard of in other bodies of work.

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Bensley – Next Generation Minimix

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Minimix Tracklist:
00:00 – Wildfire
01:27 – Fools Gold
02:33 – Nocturne
04:06 – Aftermath
05:12 – To The Moon
05:51 – Rain Dance
06:47 – Manta
08:14 – Next Generation
09:20 – Fandango
10:26 – Cold Storage

With Zane Lowe pedestalling the first glimpse into Bensley’s diverse soundscape, ‘Fandango’ was a precursor for this forthcoming debut. ‘Next Generation’ is a bold move; with drum & bass being a genre which has certainly stood the test of time, newcomers have incredibly big shoes to fill. However, Bensley incorporates an innovative and incredibly intricate set of production skills to hold a title of his own.
But what can you expect from an artist who was signed after sending a single demo to revered label head Andy C. That’s despite having no previous releases or having any other music available to stream online. He was somewhat of a mystery.
‘Fandango’ was that track. And it was premiered as a world exclusive on leading tastemaker Radio1, which followed with support from the likes of Mistajam on 1xtra, as well as DJs on both Kiss and XFM.
Already demonstrating his widespread appeal with just one track, his air of mystery is now about to be broken. He’s definitely an anomaly; being only nineteen and having impressed so many people.
‘Next Generation’ is a 10-track journey through an impressively diverse soundscape. Whether it’s half-time breakdowns or the incorporation if cross genre-pollination it shows an astounding ability which will not go unrecognised.
From the opening bars of ‘Wildfire’, to the softly spoken pads and atmospheric note arpeggios of ‘Rain Dance’, then wrapped up by aptly named closing track ‘Aftermath’, there’s no denying Bensley’s masterful artistry.
Title-track ‘Next Generation’ leads you by the hand with snippets of humanistic sample, flowing in and out of its construct. It’s built upon by striking note progressions, a relaying of patterns which chop and change the mix. Carefully placed subs add impact, with emphasis given on each break, carrying the track forward down a steep drop with each slab of bass.
Drawing together a dizzying and fresh array of new sounds, this album indicates why Bensley is a forerunner within the new generation of music comers. Its representative of the fast paced technological setting of music production he grew up around; it also proves that Bensley is able to tap into dimensions which are often unheard of in other bodies of work.

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Bensley – Next Generation – OUT NOW

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With Zane Lowe pedestalling the first glimpse into Bensley’s diverse soundscape, ‘Fandango’ was a precursor for this forthcoming debut. ‘Next Generation’ is a bold move; with drum & bass being a genre which has certainly stood the test of time, newcomers have incredibly big shoes to fill. However, Bensley incorporates an innovative and incredibly intricate set of production skills to hold a title of his own.

But what can you expect from an artist who was signed after sending a single demo to revered label head Andy C. That’s despite having no previous releases or having any other music available to stream online. He was somewhat of a mystery.
‘Fandango’ was that track. And it was premiered as a world exclusive on leading tastemaker Radio1, which followed with support from the likes of Mistajam on 1xtra, as well as DJs on both Kiss and XFM.

Already demonstrating his widespread appeal with just one track, his air of mystery is now about to be broken. He’s definitely an anomaly; being only nineteen and having impressed so many people.

‘Next Generation’ is a 10-track journey through an impressively diverse soundscape. Whether it’s half-time breakdowns or the incorporation if cross genre-pollination it shows an astounding ability which will not go unrecognised.
From the opening bars of ‘Wildfire’, to the softly spoken pads and atmospheric note arpeggios of ‘Rain Dance’, then wrapped up by aptly named closing track ‘Aftermath’, there’s no denying Bensley’s masterful artistry.

Title-track ‘Next Generation’ leads you by the hand with snippets of humanistic sample, flowing in and out of its construct. It’s built upon by striking note progressions, a relaying of patterns which chop and change the mix. Carefully placed subs add impact, with emphasis given on each break, carrying the track forward down a steep drop with each slab of bass.

Drawing together a dizzying and fresh array of new sounds, this album indicates why Bensley is a forerunner within the new generation of music comers. Its representative of the fast paced technological setting of music production he grew up around; it also proves that Bensley is able to tap into dimensions which are often unheard of in other bodies of work.

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Wilkinson – Half Light feat Tom Cane (Audio Remix)

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Wilkinson is showing no sign of slowing down in 2014. 2013’s most exciting and hottest new D&B producer and DJ is kicking up a storm already this year. Single Too Close ft Detour City was one of the most played songs across the UK clubs, and the video has already picked up over 1 million views. Next up, Wilkinson releases single Half Light, featuring Tom Cane on the 2nd June. The single will be followed by Lazers Not Included 2.0, to be released through RAM / Virgin EMI on 18th August.

Half Light is sure to be one of the festival anthems of the Summer. Wilkinson will showcase the euphoric Half Light as well as Lazers Not Included 2.0 at some of the world’s biggest festivals and shows including Glastonbury, Wireless, Reading and Leeds, Global Gathering, SW4 and Creamfields to name a few, as well as Together at Amnesia in Ibiza with many more to be announced. 2014 set to be filled with massive performances and huge sets in the UK and all around the world. Full list overleaf.

Lazers Not Included 2.0 will include a selection of brand new tracks that Wilkinson has been working on over the past few months. The new album will be repackaged and will be released in August.

Half Light follows the huge Too Close featuring Detour City and the top 5 smash Afterglow which was the biggest D&B breakthrough tune of 2013 which has now sold over 300,000 copies in the UK alone and spent 5 weeks inside the top 20. Wilkinson is frequently playlisted across Radio 1, 1Xtra, Kiss, Capital, Capital Xtra and Rinse, and has had millions of views across his YouTube channel.

Wilkinson’s debut album Lazers Not Included not only introduced a raft of stand-out singles but cemented Wilkinson’s name as one of the most exciting new electronic artists in the UK. Hailing from South West London, Wilkinson, blessed with an astute A&R ear, wanted to team up with some of the freshest UK vocal talent on the new record. Wilkinson has topped the iTunes Electronic charts, won a National D&B Award, been writing and recording with the likes of Katy B, Wretch 32, Angel Haze and picked up legions of fans, including some of the top Radio DJ’s!

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Wilkinson – Half Light feat. Tom Cane

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Wilkinson – Half Light

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Wilkinson is showing no sign of slowing down in 2014. 2013’s most exciting and hottest new D&B producer and DJ is kicking up a storm already this year. Single Too Close ft Detour City was one of the most played songs across the UK clubs, and the video has already picked up over 1 million views. Next up, Wilkinson releases single Half Light, featuring Tom Cane on the 2nd June. The single will be followed by Lazers Not Included 2.0, to be released through RAM / Virgin EMI on 18th August.

Half Light is sure to be one of the festival anthems of the Summer. Wilkinson will showcase the euphoric Half Light as well as Lazers Not Included 2.0 at some of the world’s biggest festivals and shows including Glastonbury, Wireless, Reading and Leeds, Global Gathering, SW4 and Creamfields to name a few, as well as Together at Amnesia in Ibiza with many more to be announced. 2014 set to be filled with massive performances and huge sets in the UK and all around the world. Full list overleaf.

Lazers Not Included 2.0 will include a selection of brand new tracks that Wilkinson has been working on over the past few months. The new album will be repackaged and will be released in August.

Half Light follows the huge Too Close featuring Detour City and the top 5 smash Afterglow which was the biggest D&B breakthrough tune of 2013 which has now sold over 300,000 copies in the UK alone and spent 5 weeks inside the top 20. Wilkinson is frequently playlisted across Radio 1, 1Xtra, Kiss, Capital, Capital Xtra and Rinse, and has had millions of views across his YouTube channel.

Wilkinson’s debut album Lazers Not Included not only introduced a raft of stand-out singles but cemented Wilkinson’s name as one of the most exciting new electronic artists in the UK. Hailing from South West London, Wilkinson, blessed with an astute A&R ear, wanted to team up with some of the freshest UK vocal talent on the new record. Wilkinson has topped the iTunes Electronic charts, won a National D&B Award, been writing and recording with the likes of Katy B, Wretch 32, Angel Haze and picked up legions of fans, including some of the top Radio DJ’s!

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Wilkinson – Midnight

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Wilkinson, the hottest D&B producer to emerge from UK scene in 2013, announces Too Close ft Detour City, the next single to be taken from the album Lazers Not Included. The single follows the Top 10 smash Afterglow, the biggest D&B breakthrough tune of the year which has now sold 200,000 copies in the UK alone and spent 5 weeks inside the top 20. Too Close, with it’s intricate dub break, showcases Tabitha Benjamin’s, aka Detour City vocals, and is sure to be another cross-over hit for Wilkinson.

Wilkinson confirms Too Close remixes to come from the biggest names in UK dance (listed below), including a VIP remix from himself, all released on 24th Feb via RAM Records / Virgin EMI. Wilkinson has also confirmed the release of ‘Midnight’, a new track exclusively for Beatport.

Wilkinson VIP Mix / Catching Flies / Wookie / Frankee / Askery

Wilkinson, has been on unstoppable form since the release of Need To Know at the beginning of the year. Heartbeat, featuring Arlissa and P Money, followed in May, and paved the way for the Afterglow, featuring the vocals of Becky Hill. The tune was a huge success and a regular sound in the clubs hammered up and down the country by the likes of Chase & Status, Sub Focus, Andy C and High Contrast among others. Playlisted across Radio 1, 1Xtra, Kiss, Capital, Capital Xtra and Rinse, the video, which has had over 3.3million views, can be seen here.

Wilkinson’s debut album Lazers Not Included not only introduced a raft of stand-out singles but cemented Wilkinson’s name as one of the most exciting new electronic artists in the UK. Hailing from South West London, Wilkinson, blessed with an astute A&R ear, wanted to team up with some of the freshest UK vocal talent on the record. Wilkinson has topped the iTunes Electronic charts, won a National D&B Award, and picked up legions of fans, including some of the top Radio DJ’s!

Wilkinson played an exciting host of international festivals this summer including explosive sets at Secret Garden Party, Global Gathering, Outlook, Pukkelpop and Bestival, as well as taking over Brixton Academy for RAM Record’s sell out show last month. He continues to tour the world for the rest of 2013, with DJ sets confirmed across the UK, Europe, Australia & NZ. Check out http://wilkinson-music.com for forthcoming dates.

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Wilkinson – Too Close ft Detour City (Catching Flies Remix)

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Wilkinson, the hottest D&B producer to emerge from UK scene in 2013, announces Too Close ft Detour City, the next single to be taken from the album Lazers Not Included. The single follows the Top 10 smash Afterglow, the biggest D&B breakthrough tune of the year which has now sold 200,000 copies in the UK alone and spent 5 weeks inside the top 20. Too Close, with it’s intricate dub break, showcases Tabitha Benjamin’s, aka Detour City vocals, and is sure to be another cross-over hit for Wilkinson.

Wilkinson confirms Too Close remixes to come from the biggest names in UK dance (listed below), including a VIP remix from himself, all released on 24th Feb via RAM Records / Virgin EMI. Wilkinson has also confirmed the release of ‘Midnight’, a new track exclusively for Beatport.

Wilkinson VIP Mix / Catching Flies / Wookie / Frankee / Askery

Wilkinson, has been on unstoppable form since the release of Need To Know at the beginning of the year. Heartbeat, featuring Arlissa and P Money, followed in May, and paved the way for the Afterglow, featuring the vocals of Becky Hill. The tune was a huge success and a regular sound in the clubs hammered up and down the country by the likes of Chase & Status, Sub Focus, Andy C and High Contrast among others. Playlisted across Radio 1, 1Xtra, Kiss, Capital, Capital Xtra and Rinse, the video, which has had over 3.3million views, can be seen here.

Wilkinson’s debut album Lazers Not Included not only introduced a raft of stand-out singles but cemented Wilkinson’s name as one of the most exciting new electronic artists in the UK. Hailing from South West London, Wilkinson, blessed with an astute A&R ear, wanted to team up with some of the freshest UK vocal talent on the record. Wilkinson has topped the iTunes Electronic charts, won a National D&B Award, and picked up legions of fans, including some of the top Radio DJ’s!

Wilkinson played an exciting host of international festivals this summer including explosive sets at Secret Garden Party, Global Gathering, Outlook, Pukkelpop and Bestival, as well as taking over Brixton Academy for RAM Record’s sell out show last month. He continues to tour the world for the rest of 2013, with DJ sets confirmed across the UK, Europe, Australia & NZ. Check out http://wilkinson-music.com for forthcoming dates.

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Wilkinson – Too Close ft Detour City (Wookie Remix)

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Wilkinson, the hottest D&B producer to emerge from UK scene in 2013, announces Too Close ft Detour City, the next single to be taken from the album Lazers Not Included. The single follows the Top 10 smash Afterglow, the biggest D&B breakthrough tune of the year which has now sold 200,000 copies in the UK alone and spent 5 weeks inside the top 20. Too Close, with it’s intricate dub break, showcases Tabitha Benjamin’s, aka Detour City vocals, and is sure to be another cross-over hit for Wilkinson.

Wilkinson confirms Too Close remixes to come from the biggest names in UK dance (listed below), including a VIP remix from himself, all released on 24th Feb via RAM Records / Virgin EMI. Wilkinson has also confirmed the release of ‘Midnight’, a new track exclusively for Beatport.

Wilkinson VIP Mix / Catching Flies / Wookie / Frankee / Askery

Wilkinson, has been on unstoppable form since the release of Need To Know at the beginning of the year. Heartbeat, featuring Arlissa and P Money, followed in May, and paved the way for the Afterglow, featuring the vocals of Becky Hill. The tune was a huge success and a regular sound in the clubs hammered up and down the country by the likes of Chase & Status, Sub Focus, Andy C and High Contrast among others. Playlisted across Radio 1, 1Xtra, Kiss, Capital, Capital Xtra and Rinse, the video, which has had over 3.3million views, can be seen here.

Wilkinson’s debut album Lazers Not Included not only introduced a raft of stand-out singles but cemented Wilkinson’s name as one of the most exciting new electronic artists in the UK. Hailing from South West London, Wilkinson, blessed with an astute A&R ear, wanted to team up with some of the freshest UK vocal talent on the record. Wilkinson has topped the iTunes Electronic charts, won a National D&B Award, and picked up legions of fans, including some of the top Radio DJ’s!

Wilkinson played an exciting host of international festivals this summer including explosive sets at Secret Garden Party, Global Gathering, Outlook, Pukkelpop and Bestival, as well as taking over Brixton Academy for RAM Record’s sell out show last month. He continues to tour the world for the rest of 2013, with DJ sets confirmed across the UK, Europe, Australia & NZ. Check out http://wilkinson-music.com for forthcoming dates.

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Wilkinson – Too Close ft Detour City (Frankee Remix)

RAM’s Drum & Bass Annual 2016 – watch/listen here! http://vid.io/xoko
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Wilkinson, the hottest D&B producer to emerge from UK scene in 2013, announces Too Close ft Detour City, the next single to be taken from the album Lazers Not Included. The single follows the Top 10 smash Afterglow, the biggest D&B breakthrough tune of the year which has now sold 200,000 copies in the UK alone and spent 5 weeks inside the top 20. Too Close, with it’s intricate dub break, showcases Tabitha Benjamin’s, aka Detour City vocals, and is sure to be another cross-over hit for Wilkinson.

Wilkinson confirms Too Close remixes to come from the biggest names in UK dance (listed below), including a VIP remix from himself, all released on 24th Feb via RAM Records / Virgin EMI. Wilkinson has also confirmed the release of ‘Midnight’, a new track exclusively for Beatport.

Wilkinson VIP Mix / Catching Flies / Wookie / Frankee / Askery

Wilkinson, has been on unstoppable form since the release of Need To Know at the beginning of the year. Heartbeat, featuring Arlissa and P Money, followed in May, and paved the way for the Afterglow, featuring the vocals of Becky Hill. The tune was a huge success and a regular sound in the clubs hammered up and down the country by the likes of Chase & Status, Sub Focus, Andy C and High Contrast among others. Playlisted across Radio 1, 1Xtra, Kiss, Capital, Capital Xtra and Rinse, the video, which has had over 3.3million views, can be seen here.

Wilkinson’s debut album Lazers Not Included not only introduced a raft of stand-out singles but cemented Wilkinson’s name as one of the most exciting new electronic artists in the UK. Hailing from South West London, Wilkinson, blessed with an astute A&R ear, wanted to team up with some of the freshest UK vocal talent on the record. Wilkinson has topped the iTunes Electronic charts, won a National D&B Award, and picked up legions of fans, including some of the top Radio DJ’s!

Wilkinson played an exciting host of international festivals this summer including explosive sets at Secret Garden Party, Global Gathering, Outlook, Pukkelpop and Bestival, as well as taking over Brixton Academy for RAM Record’s sell out show last month. He continues to tour the world for the rest of 2013, with DJ sets confirmed across the UK, Europe, Australia & NZ. Check out http://wilkinson-music.com for forthcoming dates.

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