UK dance music producers Kideko, GotSome, Joshwa, TCTS, George Kwali and Chaney have joined forces on new lockdown collaboration, ‘Isolate’, out 12th June.
A jackin’ house floorfiller, ‘Isolate’ pairs a pumping, four-to-the-floor kick drum with an infectious vocal sample and acid-soaked bassline – a surefire post-lockdown party starter. Inspired by life in quarantine, the track was created in isolation with Kideko at the helm kick-starting a tune before passing it on to each producer to tweak and edit to their liking. The accompanying video provides a behind-the-scenes look at the production process and illustrates how artists are working remotely and keeping creative in the Covid-19 lockdown era.
Brighton-born DJ and producer Kideko burst onto the scene in 2015 with his smash hit ‘The Jam’ and has since released music on some of the biggest labels in the underground, including Toolroom, Fatboy Slim’s Skint Records, Positiva and Ministry of Sound.
GotSome has been on an upward trajectory since his arrival on the international circuit in 2014. In a short space of time, the Bristolian’s skills have spawned a slew of bass-heavy, dancefloor destroyers – most notably ‘Bassline’, a club smash championed by BBC Radio 1 tastemakers B.Traits and Annie Mac.
Also from Brighton, George Kwali is best known for 2016 smash single ‘Crank It’, a collaboration with Kideko. He has since released on Ultra, Cr2 Records, Ministry of Sound and many more.
Chaney is another artist who has previously linked up with Kideko, remixing the Skint Records mainstay’s ‘What U Need’ single earlier this year.
An infectious dose of pure, deep house music, ‘Isolate’ is an innovate collaboration for all of their fans, allowing them to take an inside look at production in lockdown