Redlight Releases “New Flows” on Insomniac Records

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British DJ and producer Redlight announces the release of his highly-anticipated New Flows, out now via Insomniac Records. With infectious vocals and a high-energy bassline, the energetic title track is dancefloor ready, in addition to receiving regular play with BBC Radio 1

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British DJ and producer Redlight announces the release of his highly-anticipated New Flows, out now via Insomniac Records. With infectious vocals and a high-energy bassline, the energetic title track is dancefloor ready, in addition to receiving regular play with BBC Radio 1. The release is rounded out by the producer’s ‘Rugged & Raw’ mix, flipping the original on its head through deep tones and robotic synths, setting itself apart while offering up a taste of the producer’s range and diversity.

Brought up in 90s warehouse rave culture in Bristol, the music of Redlight has spanned over more than a decade. In addition to the release of his acclaimed debut album X Colour, Redlight has collaborated with artists including Goldlink, Tink, and Raekwon of Wu-Tang Clan. Of his production style, Redlight says, “I’ve just aimed to be true to myself and make the most of it. Creating music, art, and friendships have been central to everything—for me, it’s always been about street culture, independence, and productivity.” This year, Redlight revealed Templates Vol. 1, the first in an ongoing series of mixtapes, continuing to showcase the producer as one of Britain’s most exciting musicians.

Constantly exploring the best new sounds in dance music, Insomniac Records is dedicated to curating a diverse catalog of quality releases in all electronic genres. More than just a label, Insomniac Records is a destination where fans of all styles can discover and enjoy top tracks from a roster that includes some of the best DJs and producers in the world.

Out Now via Insomniac Records / Interscope  – Purchase: http://smarturl.it/NewFlows.Rt

 

 

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