Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Drop Music 10 year anniversary!

I'm super busy at the moment so thankfully I've gotten a couple good press releases from people that I feel comfortable posting in their entirety. Enjoy the tracks and please check out the artist if you like what you hear! I'll be back to a normal writing schedule soon...

Drop Music celebrated its 10th year anniversary this October, no mean feat for an underground house UK-based label operating in true DIY style. With a catalogue of 59 releases to its credit and still going strong, it is renowned within the underground dance community for the quality and consistency of its work and it is one of the UK’s leading imprints.

To celebrate 10 years of Drop Music the label is releasing the triple album ‘From Dust Till Dawn – 10 Years of Drop Music’ in December. Along with re-mastered favourites from Drop Music’s back catalogue the album also comes with a disc of brand new exclusive productions and remixes from various artists including Crazy P, Miguel Migs, Johnny Fiasco, Joshua Heath and Inland Knights. A third disc will feature an exclusive Inland Knights DJ Mix.

Inland Knights are a name synonymous with Drop Music – consisted of Laurence Richie and Andy Riley, Laurence launched the label in 1998 as an outlet for their creative output, they adopted various other guises to showcase their diverse sound including Grand Theft Audio, Toka Project, Larry Fives, Party Criminals, In House Alterations, Big Audio Spidermite and more. Consequently to that the pair released their first full-length album ‘Critical Spaces’ in 2001 to wide critical acclaim.

So here's the goodies!

Inland Knights ‘Drop Tha Muzic' (Johnny Fiasco remix)

Inland Knights 'I Feel This Way’

So enjoy the house-y goodness and check out more for Inland Knights. Be back in a jiffy!

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