Moon Harbour are delighted to welcome a huge summer signing for their next EP: foremost UK producer Huxley turns out three club rocking tunes that all make the big impressions he is known for.
Over the last decade, Huxley has produced a number of huge hits that fuse myriad four four styles into exciting and arresting new forms. His diverse LP from 2014 showed off a range of styles from peak time to downtempo to jungle and came on AUS, while other labels like Hypercolour have also showcased his ever subtly evolving style. Here he is in fine form once more.
First out of the blocks is the summery house bomb that is ‘Careo’ with its knotted bass, big loopy drums and deep cut grooves. Loose and playful with subtle tweaks and filters, it has big Brazilian Portuguese vocals that are designed to get a huge reaction from terrace and festival crowds, and they surely will.
‘F-Bomb’ is more direct and physical, with hard hits and solid kicks all overlaid by vocal stabs that are rave-y and fired up. It’s a peak time tune to get the whole club punching the air and is another powerful weapon in Huxley’s ever impressive arsenal.
Last of all is the trial ‘Trampoline’, a fantastically fluid house roller with silky bass and muffled vocal chants. It’s another one designed for sizeable clubs and summer parties and is sure to drive dancers wild as it twists and turns on tough drums and skewed synths. No one does dynamic and bass driven house as well as this.
These are three charming and characterful house bangers that ooze all the usual trademark Huxley qualities.
Supported by: Booka Shade, Russ Yallop, Marco Carola, Massimo DaCosta, Gorge, Jamie Jones, Roger Sanchez, Pirupa, Paolo Martini, Adam Beyer, Hot Since 82, Hector Couto, Robbie Akbal, Jonas Rathsman, Anek, Dario DAttis, Adrian Flavour, Alex Kennon, Paco Osuna, UNER, Tensnake, Gel Abril, Chus+Ceballos, Mat.Joe, Maximiljan, Leftwing & Kody, Paul C, Chris Nielsen, Riva Starr, Steve Lawler, MArk Knight, Nic Fanciulli, Nico Cabeza, Luna City Express, Sidney Charles, DJ T., Sven Tasnadi