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HUDSON MOHAWKE has announced his first London headline show at XOYO on October 19th.
Hudson Mohawke – aka Ross Birchard – is one of the most in-demand producers of the moment -a former DMC UK Champion at 14, he’s recently been working with Tinie Tempah (whose next record he’s producing tracks for at the moment), and Chris Brown (who recently collaborated with HudMo on his latest track released online). Just Blaze, responsible for producing some of the biggest hiphop and R’n’B records of the last two decades and Diplo have both proclaimed HudMo their current favourite producer, with renowned UK producer Paul Epworth also a fan. He’s also recently been in the studio in LA with Kane Beatz (producer of US #1 singles for Lupe Fiasco, Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne/Drake) working on forthcoming projects.
The new EP, Satin Panthers, (Out Aug 1st) is an explosion of technicolour post R’n’B, and includes ‘Thunder Bay’, a track that Radio 1 and 1Xtra listeners are already more than familiar with. The Guardian called it “the kind of experimental hip-hop production everyone assumed Timbaland would be making by now.” In addition to the EP he’s been getting a lot of deserved attention for his bootlegs, with a new rework of Keri Hilson/Weezy’s ‘Turn Me Off’ and two more for Freek and Party Animal just unveiled.
Jacques Greene is an incredible music maker/ producer from Montreal, and he started getting a rightly deserved buzz just a year ago after his dj residencies in the coolest clubs of New York and being inclusion in Radiohead’s “King Of Limbs” remixes.
“One of a slew of exciting young producers making dance music informed by the sounds of classic R’n’B alongside the likes of Blawan and James Blake’s Harmonimix alter ego, Montreal resident Jacques Greene’s handful of releases on labels such as Lucky Me and Night Slugs have marked him as a serious talent to watch. His music combines elements of vintage Chicago house, the post dubstep and UK garage of artists such as Burial and Martyn, with vocal snippets culled from late 90’s R’n’B to form a unique collage that is all his own. He has recently played sets for the Boiler Room and Rinse FM, and has also recently remixed Radiohead’s Lotus Flower for a forthcoming release” – The Warehouse Project.
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