Redlight Brings The Bass With His Top 10 Tunes Right Now
Warning: You'll want to head out on the town as soon as you hear this playlist...
It's been a long time coming but UK producer Redlight FINALLY dropped his debut full-length album X Colour recently after years of teasing us with his bass-driven and often disco-leaning smashes like 'Get Out My Head', '9TS (90s Baby)', 'Switch It Off' and the seminal 'Source 16' to name but a few.
Featuring appearances from artists including Roses Gabor, Melissa Whisky, Andrea Martin and more, the Bristol-raised DJ says the LP is "abrasive, uplifting and rich" and we can't help but agree. So to celebrate the release, Redlight has picked out ten of his fave tunes right now. Turn your sub-woofer up and enjoy!
Redlight - 'Lessons'
"Something off my new album ‘X Colour’ that I'm starting most my sets with at the moment - it’s going down good!"
MJ Cole - 'Alcatraz'
"Brand new from MJ Cole. Tribal beats rolling all the way from start to finish keep this one super fresh."
Mele - 'Ambience'
"An absolute banger!"
DJ Hannah - 'You Wanna Feel'
"Really nice, warm vibes on this Nervous Records bongo workout."
Goldlink - 'Spectrum' (Redlight’s Gamework Mix)
"Recently reworked Goldlink’s new single - check it out!"
Mella Dee - 'Keep On'
"Something pretty heavy here from the donny boy Mella Dee. Weighty!"
DJ Haus - 'Keep Me Coming' Ft. Innershades
"Nice, bouncy number taken from DJ Haus’ new album on Rinse."
Michel Cleis & Klement Bonelli - 'Marvinello' (Radio Slaves Remix)
"Sick remix from Radio Slaves - pure, heads down techno!"
Woz - 'SIBS'
"Really nice track from Woz here - out now on Zoo Records."
Migos - 'China Town'
"Haha why not?! It’s a couple of years old but has found it way back in my record bag recently!"
Redlight's X Colour is out now.