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Debut release from new label Recreational Riot

Debut release from new label Recreational Riot

NFiftyFive feat. Bobbie Gordon - Bring on The Night

The  launch  release  from  Recreational Riot  is  a  lyrically  fitting  tribute  to  the  art  of clubbing  as  the  chorus  proclaims  "bring on the night, I couldn't stand another hour of daylight"... A song  penned  some  32  years  ago  by  Sting  which featured on the "Regatta De Blanc" album by the police. This epic cover of the classic is made  all  the more potent  and  possibly  the  more  relevant  by  this  powerful  new  electronic version.   

 

Produced  by  NFiftyFive,  a  young  London  based  production  duo  consisting  of  Last Japan  &  Luke  Oldham.  Last Japan -  the  22  year  old  beats  and  bass  wizard  who has already  enjoyed heavy support  at  BBC  Radio  One  on  his solo  material  from  the likes of  Gilles Peterson, Rob  Da  Bank,  Kissy  Sell  Out  and  MistaJam  alongside  the  seminal Dance station  Kiss FM  -  championed  by  Logan  Sama  and  Sinden  to  name  a  few.  

Duo  member  No.2  is  Luke Oldham,  again  22,  has  the  sound  of  a  seasoned producer  even  though  only  just  recently  graduating  with  honours from  the  Academy of  Contemporary  Music  in  Guildford  and  is  already  writing  for  an  array  of  Artists from  Charlie XCX  to  Wheatus  and  Modestep.  

In  contrast  to  the  1979  original,  a  female  voice  was  chosen  here  and  those  Vocals belong  to  Bobbie  Gordon  who  has  spent  the  last  6  months  touring  with  Adele  and is  a  permanent  member  of  the Noisettes.  Her  tones  are  akin  to  Minnie  Ripperton which  deliver  a  much  need  quirky  injection  into  a  diva  filled market  place.  

Remixes bringing the dancefloor alive come courtesy of scene leaders Tunnidge, Dan Castro and Marco Del Horno all setting off this immense vocal to an array of revised BPMs.

Check out the Tunnidge mix below featured on UKF 

We came to R!OT.

Bring On The Night is out 1st November




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