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Forensic Records over the last 12 years has played a pivotal role in deep house with some of its earlier releases pledged to the dub-infused sound beyond its revered tradition, with many of its releases taking inspiration and influences from many a unexpected genre…

In 2003 the result from an alliance between Lexicon Avenue’s Chris Scott and Solaris Heights Anton Fielding, was “Hear What Was Said” and despite gracefully paying attention to Forensics’ deep, percussive template, the echoing poetics and powerful lyrics of Ferank on vocals offered the track a distinguished attitude; finding its way onto many a compilation and playlist including an Essential Selection CD and huge support from Deep Dish. Forensic are proud and very excited to have two of its favorite production outfits Skylark and Anil Chawla interpreting this room-swallowing house track.

Skylark recompose the original reggae design with a craving of high octave peaks and builds. True to form is their personal sharp classic beats; laced with percussion that succeeds in amalgamating the original mood into a simple, effective and undiluted instrumental tech house groove.

Already licensed to Darren Emerson’s forthcoming Bogota Global Underground CD, it's a riveting, number that in club context is sure to take on a exciting escalate.

Whilst Globetrotting as a DJ, releases on Brique Rouge, Cr2 and Saved, have cemented Anil Chawla’s reputation as one of the most hotly tipped electronic house producers. With a darker twist - the full vocal pervades through pumping distorted beats, bounding with energy and vibrant effects. Anils remix could quiet easily have persisted on a driving tip, but he decisively drops everything and brings in Mooncat’s primary breakdown arrangement with a huge fitting peak developing from a realm of the original unearthly chords.
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