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Published on December 12th, 2019 | by Ruth Anderson

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Advent Day 12 – Meat Katie – Black Light (STEPHEN COLE REMIX)

Ripping up the chimney as this LSM exclusive landed in our living room, Stephen Cole‘s remix of Meat Katie‘s Black Light has blown up the fire and heat in our 2019 advent countdown. A foot-stomping storm of a remix that’s had us raving like Christmas arrived early.

This exclusive track will be featured on a forthcoming Lowering the Tone compilation – 12 Times Around the Sun, set to be released on 23rd December.

Stephen Cole’s music production came to the surface in 2007, debuting his ‘Sweet Melody’ remix on A-Squared Muzik. Later that year, he joined forces with Peter Paul’s budding label, N-Mity Sound Spain, and released ‘Hotwired.’ The release received a wide range of support, showing up in notable playlists such as Elite Force’s Strongarm Sessions and Annie Nightingale’s Radio 1 show. In subsequent years, he was signed to the official roster of Dead Famous Records and worked with a variety of great labels and artists including legendary tech-funk label, Lot49. He has remixed the likes of Dylan Rhymes, Access Denied, EK, Odissi, Hedflux, CircuitBreaker, Benjamin Vial and many more. Stephen’s most notable releases have been rooted in breakbeat. However, he has not limited himself to solely producing one style of music. Much like his DJ sets, his productions are an eclectic mix.

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About the Author

Ruthie always preferred playing the after-party and was part of the Breaks from the Norm free party collective for 20 years. As a hoarder of free digital music for several years, she wanted to do more to support the producers, artists and fellow musicians that work so hard to create the magic. Brass. Bass. Breaks. https://soundcloud.com/ruth-anderson



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