Wildlife! ft. Rapha - PC Riddim by Enchufada published on 2013/03/06 10:39:38 +0000 Switzerland may be better known for snowy mountains, delicious chocolates and cuckoo-clocks than for its amazing tropical bass producers, but the new episode of the Upper Cuts series could change all that. Enter Samuel Riot aka Wildlife!, whose unique take on Jamaican dancehall infused riddims and modern bass-heavy club music has been making dancefloors sweat for the last few years, which is exactly what we predict for this UK Funky inspired gem called PC Riddim. Playful hypnotic melodies, fierce syncopated drums and a whole lot of bass are the main ingredients for this heavy collaboration between Wildlife! and and young Switzerland based dancehall beatsmith Rapha. Drawing influenced from early UK Funky, PC Riddim, as most funky tracks did, doesn't pretend to be about anything else but the dancefloor, working on getting hips moving right from the start and putting hands in the air. Straightforward party vibes with a roaring bassline, addictively looping synths and inspired breakdowns: exactly what globalized dancefloors are craving for. Wildlife! - who's dropping the conceptual album 'Roxy Reboot' on March 4th - first came to our attention through his standout production on Terry Lynn's 'Kingstonlogic 2.0', and his fierce dancehall inspired beats have been stuck on our iPods ever since. He's been featured on Enchufada's Hard Ass Sessions EP series, and has also released exciting bass-fueled music on labels such as Man Recordings, Mixpak and PHREE Music.