- INVITATIONS (INCL. MARTIN BUTTRICH REMIXES)
- One Records
- RELEASE DATE
- ALL ARTISTS
- VINYL ONLY.
Fast making his way on the underground circuit, rising star Samu.l is back onboard One Records home ground delivering his first single release for the label with the entrancingly dark and driving monster 'Invitations'. Rolling with effortless groove and an all encompassing depth in the atmospherics, this is essential DJ weaponry perfect for the late hours or early morning. Warmly welcomed to the label we see the highly talented Martin Buttrich conjure up a powerful remix true to his distinct style, with a grumbling bassline and sonic force that will undoubtedly dominate any dance floor at peak time, complemented with a raw and chugging dub version to complete the ultimate package.
Hailing from the Midlands themselves both Subb-an and Adam Shelton are proud to have fellow Birmingham artist Tom Reynolds aka Samu.l as part of the crew. After making his first appearance on the label early last year with 'Innocent' on a v/a sampler, Samu.l soon became a name everyone was talking about. Towards the end of the year he firmly planted his feet in the One family playing at their infamous Below party and with a stellar remix of Hector's 'Stoned Raiders’ for the label. Releases have also been on the likes of Surface Recordings, Dogmatik and Infuse, with a much anticipated remix for Subb-an due on Nic Fanciulli's Saved Records next year.
Wanting to secure the perfect remix for this release, the One boys called upon Desolat co-founder Martin Buttrich, a friend and artist who they highly respect. Being a hug fan of his work, Samu.l and Buttrich have also formed a connection over the last year appearing together on a number of line-ups. When not playing at the likes of Loco Dice's Used and Abused night in Ibiza, where he also played with Guy Gerber at his Wisdom Of The Glove night at Pacha, Buttrich is releasing on the labels such as Minus, Supplement Facts and his own Desolat. Watch out for a release also coming on Carl Craig's Planet E in February next year.
Published: November 14, 2013