Deriving from Eats Everything’s Bristolian playground, Eli Brown is one of the hotly tipped British producers to break through this coming year. Despite having a Beatport profile still in its first year, Brown has already caught the attention of some major players, including our very own Steve Lawler. And with this Solardo-inspired bass-heavy 4-piece EP in 3AM, released on VIVa LIMITED in May, Brown is certifying his increasing pedigree in the house and techno field.
Bristol has a knack for engendering quality house and techno DJs, and current rising star Eli Brown, is incorporating his drum and bass heritage to influence contemporary British house music. With a production style similar to Manchester duo, Solardo – who released Work That EP on VIVa LIMITED last September, Brown has swiftly arisen following recognition from Skream.
The once dubstep pioneer, now member of J.E.S.u.S, signed Brown to his Of Unsound Mind label in December 2016. Skream’s appreciation has catapulted Brown’s success, as both ‘Acid Test’ and ‘Can You Feel It’ were regularly played on Rinse FM and BBC Radio 1 thanks to Solardo and Monki. The latter also invited the Bristolian to join her most recent The Warning Tour, supporting her at Southampton’s Junk.
Support has also come from Leftwing & Kody, Annie Mac and Groove Armada, as this talented producer is slowly defining himself as one of Britain’s most exciting house and techno artists, already touring some of the best clubs in the British clubbing circuit. Eli Brown, remember the name.