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  • Release Date 2014-12-15
  • Label Love & Other
  • Catalog LOVE01801Z
'Cant Explain' is the new four-track EP from South London duo, Howson's Groove set
to drop on Love & Other.

The EP opens with title track, 'Can't Explain', a dreamy downbeat cut that blissfully
marries tropical-house top notes with breaks-influenced rhythms and sprawling
synths. Up next 'Chalk and Cheese' reflects Howson's Groove's bass heavy DJ
aesthetic, offering up a pleasurable collision of bumpy muted bass and clipped
shimmering vocals. 'Picking You Up' is the final of the duo's original offerings on the
EP, and successfully reflects all the best bits of the grimy 90's bass cuts by which the
duo are still inspired.

Completing the release, London producer Celsius smashes out a stellar remix of the
'Can't Explain' original, mutating it from languid lounge groove to certified set weapon.
A fear-drenched bass riff and sporadic synth flares underpin the renovation, resulting
in the kind of heady club anthem for which Celsius is renowned.

More about Howson's Groove

Howson's Groove are quickly crafting their own distinctive sound across a multitude of
musical styles and tempos; fusing electronic and bass music with modern musicality
that makes their tracks instantly identifiable.

Their sophomore year saw the release of their Kraak & Smaak remix 'Good for the
City' which nabbed Mixmag's tune of the month after being described by the mag as
'stunning'. Since then, Howson's Groove's tracks have seen DJ support from techno
don, Laurent Garnier and UK legend, Danny Powell as well as radio play from DJ
EZ, Rob da Bank and Skream on BBC Radio 1.