At Home With LWE: 29th May, 2020 - Relentless TakeoverFri 29th May
Searching every club and festival for the best new sounds and artists, Relentless Energy are tireless in their pursuit for greatness.
This week’s takeover is an eclectic mix of up and coming artists that Relentless have been supporting since day one. In this latest round up, Siggy and Jnr step up with fresh mixes. Saint Ludo and Master Peace (who both appeared at the last year’s inaugural Relentless Presents party) have new music spanning the spectrum of dance music. Lindsey Matthews delves into her music collection to share some gems that inspire her dancefloor arsenal.
And finally, we shine the spotlight on south London newcomer, R.A.E whose nostalgic sound and aesthetic are a welcome pop of colour in the current climate.
Siggy Smalls - Love Spell Mix
When Siggy Smalls isn’t playing disco and house she dives into the darker side of electronic music. The DJ keeps it sexy on this new one, 'Love Spells’, with vocals and a moody touch. Siggy describes this mix as “a journey inside her mind, she wants to share it with you all…
Jnr Windross - House Party Mix
The son of UKG pioneer and underground legend Norris Da Boss Windross, Jnr Windross picked up music from early. Refusing to stick to the status quo, Jnr is a British electronic music producer and DJ with a love of dance music deep-rooted in his blood. This new mix combines deep house, pop vocal samples, garage undertones and much more - something here for everyone.
SG Lewis - Chemicals (Master Peace Remix)
Dance/pop producer and artist SG Lewis has recruited genre defying, up and coming artist, Master Peace for the official remix of his single “Chemicals”. Master Peace is known for his debut single “Night Time” and subsequent remix featuring JME.
Lindsey Matthews is a Welsh born, London-based artist with an ear for the dancefloor. Her bassline-powered house tracks are at once techy and minimal. Lindsey has been on the Relentless radar since she played their legendary Leeds festival stage back in 2018 - now she has delved into her archives and picked 5 tracks that inspire her and her sound.
Saint Ludo - Dazed Digital Mix And Interview
DJ Mag award winner and Femme Culture head honcho, Saint Ludo has delivered her debut Dazed Mix, incorporating a fast-paced selection of club, rap, grime, and drill. Known for her unique ability to bridge the gap between electronic and rap, the label founder uses this mix to further carve her niche in the scene.
R.A.E - Haters
Channeling extreme 90s vibes, south London based artist R.A.E brings back a nostalgia that we all love. Last year her tracks "Damn Jermaine" and "Oi Son" went viral due to their slick production levels and easy breezy Fresh Prince-esque summer vibes. These days you can catch her dropping looks and freestyles whilst in quarantine.