Antony Dyer steps up to the Stashed Music plate with One Bag Of Problem EP: two tracks of storming tech house that marks another impressive entry in the label’s ever-growing canon.
In just a couple of years Birmingham-based producer Antony Dyer has garnered solid support for his hard-hitting tech house productions. He has graced the decks at some of the most iconic clubs in the UK such as Egg, Ministry of Sound and the Rainbow Venues, while his tracks have been frequently spun at radio, with recent cut ‘What A Day' being championed on Radio 1Xtra by Monki.
His latest release is One Bag Of Problems EP, a ferocious two-tracker dropping on DJ S.K.T’s Stashed Music imprint: a label that continues to go from strength to strength.
The title track is build around a thunderous rolling bassline and cheeky R&B sample that fans of Pharrell Williams will be only too familiar with. ‘Back’ is equally powerful, with its filthy bassline and razor-sharp percussion undoubtedly leading to a no-nonsense, heads-down stompfest.
Keep them Stashed.
ANTONY DYER - ONE BAG OF PROBLEM EP
01. ONE BAG OF PROBLEM
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