It’s always enjoyable to explore the history of garage music over the last 25 years or so. It’s such a rich and fascinating historic journey to actually breakdown and navigate, that once you find yourselves diving into the rabit hole, it’s almost impossible to pull yourselves out. Today, we are going to be looking at another very exciting return from one of the more legendary duos within UKG, as the infamous sounds of Oxide & Neutrino make a much anticipated return to releases with a very smooth roller, arriving just in time for festival season and the summer sun.
So, when we look at Oxide & Neutrino, we see a vast catalogue of original garage creations from the earlier days of the sound’s inception, alongside legendary live performances and moments that helped pave the way for the wonderful garage spectrum we now find ourselves blessed with today. These early pioneers have allowed UK underground dance music to spread far and wide, so to see them make a long awaited return with today’s bubbling creation is a sight of pure bliss. They have teamed up with the team over at New State to unveil a perfect summer sizzler, which you may just recognize a feature or two of as it graces your ear drums.
First of all, we see that they have teamed up with the gorgeous vocal displays of Jodie Alicia, who arrives in fantastic form for this one, delivering a super smooth rework of Moloko’s ‘Sing It Back’ original, which still causes dancefloors across the country to run wild to this day. Those vocal layers are then taken and interwoven with a stunning collection of tidy pad textures, old school drum lines and original 2-stepper vocal displays from Oxide & Neutrino, giving this one the perfect blend of nostalgic bliss and new school precision.
This is a recreation that we are expecting to hear across both the airwaves and the biggest stages during the summer season, so take a listen below via our good friends over at JunoDownload