At Home With LWE: 14th August - Relentless Takeover

Fri 14th Aug


Always ones to spotlight the best up and coming talent, the Relentless team are back with their trusted biweekly takeover. Featured in today's blog are Sondela, Helena Star & JADALAREIGN, Ozzy Guven, Chubz & Nukem and Master Peace.





Helena Star & JADALAREIGN - Foundation FM Mix


JADALAREIGN, is a Brooklyn-based DJ known for her vast knowledge of the musical spectrum, and her eclectic selections of high energy dance music. Recently she joined self proclaimed ‘4x4 explorer’ Helena Star on south London’s Foundation FM for this fiery guest mix.




Chubz & Nukem - Jeremy Clartson Mix

Chubz & Nukem have created their very own Relentless inspired mix! A seamless blend of house and garage with some deeper bass moments as well as lighter house rollers to vibe to. The Nottingham duo, who are Bassfest regulars, sprinkle in some cheeky hip hop edits in there too to really get you moving in this heat.


Chubz & Nukem · Chubz & Nukem x Relentless Energy - Jeremy Clartson Mix


Ozzie Guven - Free Key

Ozzie Guven is one of our favourite up and coming producer/DJs. His garage inspired beats are fused with funky basslines and signature vocals, groove and soul. A truly unstoppable force of nature making it easy to see why he is causing a stir. heck out his latest release “Free Key” which dropped last month


BEEYOU Records · Ozzie Guven - Free Key





Sondela

Defected have announced their latest imprint, an afro house centric label called Sondela. Headed by Defected-founder Simon Dunmore’s son, Louie, the label has found its footing from live events in Newcastle, now the music heir has teamed up with Sef Kombo to take it to the next level.


Sondela · Sef Kombo live from Sondela - The Opening Party (03/02/20) - Feat. Shovell On Percussion





Master Peace - Regular Feelings

Another long time mate of Relentless, Master Peace has treated us all with a surprise drop in the form of “Regular Feelings”. A departure from his signature high energy chaotic head bangers, the track is an ode to UB40 and Britain’s love for reggae. The video features actress Savannah Small.