Citing diverse influences such as The KLF, Prince, the sort of left-field disco played by DJ Harvey and classic house producers like Mr. Fingers, Matthew Wasley AKA Human Life produces catchy, potent electronic music with engaging vocals and strong song writing.
Originally from Boston, Human Life now lives in Los Angeles where he met Anabel Englund and the two quickly became friends, soaking in the citys underground warehouse parties together. "El Diablo (original version released on Win Music) marks the second collaboration of the pair, the first being their track "Falling which was released on Hot Creations in 2013. "El Diablo has lyrics influenced by Jim Morrison, harmonies reminiscent of The Beach Boys, and a deep, disco influenced production with an early 90s touch.
It was Sean Glass from Win Music NYC who sent the track to Shir Khan. The latter liked the original track so much that they both decided to give it some decent Exploited All Star Remix package.
Now here are 4 different remixes for the club from Exploited mainstays Adana Twins and Joyce Muniz as well as friends Mia Dora and Hotlane.
Anabel Englund: "My friend Matthew Wasley (aka Human Life) introduced me to music like Jamie Jones, Lee Foss, Kim Ann Foxman, Maya Jane Coles, Adana Twins and it all started from there. For the first time hearing it, I would say it sounded like sex. Good, dirty sex and I was hooked ever since.
Human Life: "I would make her playlists every week to listen to. Adana Twins track "Everyday" was the soundtrack to many a car ride home. It's only fitting that now years later the Adana's have remixed our track "El Diablo!