(15 Oct 2018) Mustafa Rahimtulla, Jamaal Shurland, Myles Stephenson and Ashley Fongho talk about their origins in Watford – a town on the outskirts of the U.K. capital, London. (Oct. 15)
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Watford coach Javi Gracia has lead Watford into a club-record start, winning their opening four top-flight league games of the season and leading some Watford fans to dream of following Leicester’s incredible march to the title in 2015/16, but the Spaniard has his feet firmly on the ground saying “there will come a bad time when we’ll have to suffer and that’s fine.”
Producer Brian Dunn is better known under his pseudonym Dubba Jonny. In 2010 he smashed his way to dubstep superstardom via UKF with his videos gaining over 10 million views. Dubba has now been put to bed as Brian teams up with Supersonic Media to launch his new House / Bass project Matchbox Orchestra.
His debut Supersonic Media release, “Thrill”, sees Matchbox Orchestra team up with silky Mauritian vocalist Thallie Ann Seenyen to deliver a soulful liquid Drum and Bass track that’s sure to gain support from across the globe.
The package comes with remixes from an array of talent, kicking off with Watford lads Dexcell. Dexcell have recently put their stamp on hugely successful remixes for the like of Ellie Goulding, Philip George and Borgeous. Here they bring their unique liquid drum and bass sound to “Thrill”.
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