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  • Release Date 2012-02-13
  • Label Hypercolour
  • Catalog HYPE023
Hypercolour starts 2012 with a release featuring two of the most hotly tipped artists around with Huxley's "Let it Go" featuring Eats Everything on the remix. Hypercolour and it's sister labels Hype Ltd and Glass Table have become must check imprints in recent times due to ever-changing and interesting output that takes in house, techno, bass, disco and electronica without ever sounding contrived. The label group?s varied A&R policy, courtesy of label bosses Jamie Russell (Cedric Maison), Alex Jones and Ste Roberts, continually hits the mark when it comes to DJs and punters, and each release always has a story behind it. Huxley's rousing vocal houser "Let It Go" has a typically Hypercolour back story, with the on-point producer signing the release off the back of turning up to a festival gig for the label late and dropping the newly written track in the back of an ice cream van to a crowd five people strong. Those five people were having the time of their lives so I signed it on the spot! is Jamie Russell's statement on the matter. Almost every section of "Let it Go" is hooky! from the stuttering drums, the nagging basslines, the hefty leads and the prominent full vocal it?s an emotive cut which duly warrants the oft overused word "anthem". Eats Everything, fresh from winning just about everyone?s support for an amazing 2011 which took in tracks and mixes for Dirty Bird, Southern Fried and Leftroom (to name just a few), serves up a bottom heavy but subtle "Refuse" of "Let It Go". Modern deep garage just about explains a mix that retains all of the soul of the originals vocals but adds it?s own unique swagger to proceedings. In anyone's terms, this is a massive release for a label and artist that continues to shine.


Let It Go








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