You should by now be familiar with Deep Cover, an Oxford based record label, club night and sick clothing brand. (eyyyy hook a guy up…?)
If you’re not, let me get you up to speed. The label has an impressive and always improving catalogue, with releases from artists such as ROMO and Casement, who’s track Pangea quickly became a personal favourite, after hearing resident Shryke spin it in a dark corner of Exeter.
Now you’re fully updated, it’s time to turn your attention to Fork and Knife’s remix of ‘Still High’ off of ‘DCRMX002’. This EP follows up from their successful ‘DC004’ release provided by Mike Drones and Loëpa. If you’ve been following UK bass music closely in any way, Fork and Knife will be a name you’ve been increasingly hearing. With a seemingly unstoppable work rate netting him releases on labels such as 1Forty, Slime Recordings, Articulate Sound and Pack London, Fork and Knife shows no signs of slowing down.
His remix of ‘Still High’ takes a more club friendly approach, while somehow not losing any of the brilliant weirdness of the original. Definitely not an easy track to remix, Fork and Knife has absolutely slain this one, with interesting sound design, stabs, and perfectly structured percussion.
DCRMX002 – sporting the appropriate title ‘Still Bad’ – releases today as a bandcamp exclusive, with a wider release slated for the coming weeks
You can check out our exclusive premiere of the track below: