At Home With: Late Replies

Mon 28th Dec


Back after a short Christmas break, today’s takeover of At Home With comes by way of fast rising duo, Late Replies.

Bursting on the scene just 3 years ago, the London-based pair have been putting the industry on notice with a string of high energy, vocal laced, infectious club cuts for the likes of Sola, Resonance, Sola Nauts, Under No Illusions and Low:Res. Their latest EP, ‘Nine Forty PM’, is set to land on Italian heavyweights, Deeperfect, on 8th January.

Late Replies’ selection of recent and all time favourites includes wAFF, Bontan, Oasis, Wu-Tang and more.





A Recent Mix:

Late Replies - COGO Mix

We did this mix during lockdown and included around 7 or 8 of our own productions that we’ve made since March!


Cogo Events · Late Replies - COGO Mix 013


An All Time Favourite Mix:

wAFF - live from ELROW Town London

This mix signifies a big moment in our career because we heard the grooves wAFF was playing and decided that this was the kind of direction we wanted to take with our production and track selection. Huge huge mix from our favourite DJ.


Lincoln Poletti · WAFF LIVE From Elrow Town London


A Recent Release:

Late Replies - Nine Forty PM (Deeperfect)

The first of what’s going to be a busy year of releasing on one of the biggest minimal/deep tech labels in Europe. These tracks we’ve been sitting on for a while and they’ve been doing damage in the clubs, glad to finally get them out.




An All Time Favourite Release:

Bontan - First Time (Hot Creations)

One of the strongest EPs we’ve ever heard. Absolutely battered both tracks in our sets for ages. Both just as strong as each other!



Hot Creations · Bontan - The First Time





Oasis - Supersonic

Just two northern lads who didn’t give a f**k and went on to be the biggest band of all time!





Wu-Tang Clan - Of Mics and Men

Similar concept which inspired us like crazy. A bunch of brothers who came from absolutely nothing to become the biggest rap group ever. What’s more important is how they done it. RZA had a vision and they done it their way without conforming to the bullshit expectations of the industry.