‘NO LOVE’ IS A DEVASTINGLY POWERFUL CUT THAT FURTHER ESTABLISHES THE U.K. ARTIST’S PLACE AMONG THE HOUSE MUSIC ELITE
AMSTERDAM, April 6, 2017 – 2017 was a landmark year for Low Steppa. His highly influential label Simma Black celebrated its 100th release with ‘Karma’, a record he produced with acclaimed singer-songwriter Alex Mills on vocals, and one that led to both label of the month and artist of the month awards from Beatport last summer.
Outside of the studio, he performed at landmark gigs (including London’s SW4 and EDC Las Vegas), and was also on the bill at seven Defected In The House Ibiza residencies at Eden, with his back-to-back sets alongside Sonny Fodera among the most celebrated of the season. His latest release is ‘No Love’ – a vital house cut with vocals from Ayak released on the mighty Armada Music today.
With Original, Club and Classic mixes to choose from, ‘No Love’ is indicative of the kind of quality we’ve come to expect from Low Steppa. The Original is pure, uplifting house; the Club Mix is chunky and bass-heavy with a huge break, while the Classic Mix is a heads-down stomper with a heady groove. All are exemplary.
This month will also see Low Steppa launch a brand-new series of live shows. Kicking off at Birmingham’s Lab 11 on April 13, Boiling Point will see a handpicked selection of DJ talent join Low Steppa at some of his favorite clubs, with this first party in his hometown followed by an extended run of U.K. shows this Autumn.