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Listen to New Redlight "Get Out Of My Head" (Single Review)

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As soon as most of the dubstep craze blows over, I would not be surprised if music inspired by U.K. garage and early '90s club sounds is going to take its place and make a big comeback. In fact, dance music aficionados among you know that dubstep is a twisted off-shoot of U.K. garage and savvy DJ/producers will likely look a little closer at the U.K. garage movement to find inspiration for their work.

An artist who is part of a growing European movement of artists that embrace early '90s club grooves is Bristol raised, London based DJ/producer Redlight. He brews a mild, yet kicky mix of house, pop and bass that has been getting support from DJs like Skream, Switch and A Trak who program tracks by Redlight to add some zing to their sets.

Redlight first emerged on the dance scene in 2010 with the club tracks "Stupid" and "What You Talking About!?" that was released on Chase & Status' MTA Records and featured none other than Ms Dynamite. The follow up to "What You Talking About!? " is the Redlight's ridiculously catchy new club stomper "Get Out OF My Head" that features the vocal talents of Nicole Jackson who is a relatively new collaborator and live performer with Redlight.

"What You Talking About!? "is an accomplished track that is a signature Redlight tune, fusing classic sounds of the mid '90s and mixing it with his signature fresh production style and sonics that could be indicative of a style of music that may further emerge in 2012. The track is due for release on January 23rd through MTA records.

December 28, 2011 | Permalink