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Digital Release on Beatport: http://www.beatport.com/release/give-me-ep/1066329
1. Give Me
2. Give Me (Leftwing & Kody remix)
3. Get You
4. Get You (JMF remix)
Early Support From:
Franck Roger, Matt Tolfrey, Jimmy Edgar, Detroit Swindle, Huxley, Osunlade, Droog LA, Alex Arnout, Simon Dunmore, Nick Holder, Ben Westbeech, Tom Budden, Waze & Odyssey, Waifs & Strays, Climbers, X-Press 2, Tricksi, Mark Fancuilli, UGLH, Sam Divine, Ekkohaus, Nathan G, Jonny Cade, Anthony Collins, Iron Curtis, Washerman, Jamie Ward, Ugly Drums, Brother's Vibe, Andy Ash, Nikko Gibler, Brodanse, Jaimer Vincentie, Julien Sandre & More.
Brand new US based house label Silence in Metropolis launches with a superb single from Dale
Howard backed with remixes from Leftwing & Kody and JMF…
Liverpool’s Dale Howard has become synonymous with quality house music since bursting on to the
scene four years ago with releases on Neurotraxx, Starlight and Sleaze Records. Since then he has
become a ‘go to’ man for standout productions with his music finding a home with respected labels such
as Morris Audio, OFF Recordings and Noir. Now this much-lauded producer is joining forces with new kid
on the block Silence in Metropolis, a brand new label coming from Washington DC with its sights set firmly
on releasing the best in House music.
The ‘Give Me EP’ opens with the original version of the title track, a bumpin’ deep house affair that marries
rolling house rhythms with classic garage elements to provide an instantly hooky cut. Howard’s production
skills shine with tightly edited vocals, skittering beats and subtle keys, quality stuff. The original version of
‘Give Me’ is backed with a remix from OFF and ALiVE artists Leftwing & Kody who deliver a garage
flavoured killer complete with high strings, percussive organ stabs and old school bassline.
The second of the two originals, ‘Get You’, again journeys into deep house / garage crossover territory
with a Nineties feel fuelled by soulful vocal parts, shuffling drums and classic hooks. The remix duties this
time fall to JMF, a producer who is working with labels such as Holic Trax and Static Audio, here he
twisted ‘Get You’ into a chunky and raw house workout that is a perfect closer for this superb package.