Silicone Soul

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Since first appearing on Scotland’s seminal Soma label in 1998, DJ-production duo Craig Morrison and Graeme Reedie, aka Silicone Soul, have occupied a special place in the over-crowded field of electronic dance music through the depth and quality of their recordings, plus an innate understanding of music‘s grand heritage and its constant development. Having released four critically acclaimed albums, holding residencies at some of Europe’s most celebrated clubs, scooping numerous DJ Mag award nominations and even refusing to appear on Top Of The Pops after storming the UK charts with ‘Right On’. Silicone Soul lead the way celebrating ten years of their Darkroom Dubs label while winning dance floors across the world.


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They’re back! Silicone Soul march from the shadows with some long-awaited new material. Come on, we’ll take you there…

Of course they never actually went away: their label Darkroom Dubs has remained the tour de force it’s always been since it launched in 2003. They remain just as in-demand as touring DJs, too. But life doing what it does best (getting in the way of doing cool stuff) has prevented Silicone Soul from what they do best (make music). Until now…

‘Fahrenheit 625’ raises the heat on Darkroom Dubs seminal Traxx series. Tailored for low-lights and lower-ceilings, it’s their darkest sonic laboratory and the perfect home for this comeback thumper. Stripped-back, heads-down grit noir with a juicy, thumping bassline, a vocal from one of the greatest house conjurors of all time and some devilishly trippy elements, ‘Fahrenheit 625’ is heavy and gets straight to the point. An unabashed statement of comeback intent from Craig and Graeme… It leaves us wanting more.

Remix-wise Mexican techno maestro Theus Mago links up with continental cousin ld!r for a subversive excursion, where a whole new top-line spirals in and out of focus with raffishly funky results. Finally, Argentina’s Shall Ocin dusts off some majestic organ chords, whips up a snake-like synth-line straight out of 1999 but bites like it’s 2029. It sounds like the future, but the speed we’re all hurtling at we’ll be there before we know it. March, come on, we’ll take you there…

Available now from our WebShop & Beatport and all other digital stores on September 27th.

Mastered by Conor Dalton at Glowcast Audio.
Art by Sean Meaders.
www.darkroomdubs.com

Silicone Soul

Silicone Soul - Fahrenh ..

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Added on: 13.09.2019

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They’re back! Silicone Soul march from the shadows with some long-awaited new material. Come on, we’ll take you there…

Of course they never actually went away: their label Darkroom Dubs has remained the tour de force it’s always been since it launched in 2003. They remain just as in-demand as touring DJs, too. But life doing what it does best (getting in the way of doing cool stuff) has prevented Silicone Soul from what they do best (make music). Until now…

‘Fahrenheit 625’ raises the heat on Darkroom Dubs seminal Traxx series. Tailored for low-lights and lower-ceilings, it’s their darkest sonic laboratory and the perfect home for this comeback thumper. Stripped-back, heads-down grit noir with a juicy, thumping bassline, a vocal from one of the greatest house conjurors of all time and some devilishly trippy elements, ‘Fahrenheit 625’ is heavy and gets straight to the point. An unabashed statement of comeback intent from Craig and Graeme… It leaves us wanting more.

Remix-wise Mexican techno maestro Theus Mago links up with continental cousin ld!r for a subversive excursion, where a whole new top-line spirals in and out of focus with raffishly funky results. Finally, Argentina’s Shall Ocin dusts off some majestic organ chords, whips up a snake-like synth-line straight out of 1999 but bites like it’s 2029. It sounds like the future, but the speed we’re all hurtling at we’ll be there before we know it. March, come on, we’ll take you there…

Available now from our WebShop & Beatport and all other digital stores on September 27th.

Mastered by Conor Dalton at Glowcast Audio.
Art by Sean Meaders.
www.darkroomdubs.com

Silicone Soul

Silicone Soul - Fahrenh ..

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Added on: 13.09.2019

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 hits: 583 
They’re back! Silicone Soul march from the shadows with some long-awaited new material. Come on, we’ll take you there…

Of course they never actually went away: their label Darkroom Dubs has remained the tour de force it’s always been since it launched in 2003. They remain just as in-demand as touring DJs, too. But life doing what it does best (getting in the way of doing cool stuff) has prevented Silicone Soul from what they do best (make music). Until now…

‘Fahrenheit 625’ raises the heat on Darkroom Dubs seminal Traxx series. Tailored for low-lights and lower-ceilings, it’s their darkest sonic laboratory and the perfect home for this comeback thumper. Stripped-back, heads-down grit noir with a juicy, thumping bassline, a vocal from one of the greatest house conjurors of all time and some devilishly trippy elements, ‘Fahrenheit 625’ is heavy and gets straight to the point. An unabashed statement of comeback intent from Craig and Graeme… It leaves us wanting more.

Remix-wise Mexican techno maestro Theus Mago links up with continental cousin ld!r for a subversive excursion, where a whole new top-line spirals in and out of focus with raffishly funky results. Finally, Argentina’s Shall Ocin dusts off some majestic organ chords, whips up a snake-like synth-line straight out of 1999 but bites like it’s 2029. It sounds like the future, but the speed we’re all hurtling at we’ll be there before we know it. March, come on, we’ll take you there…

Available now from our WebShop & Beatport and all other digital stores on September 27th.

Mastered by Conor Dalton at Glowcast Audio.
Art by Sean Meaders.
www.darkroomdubs.com

Silicone Soul

Silicone Soul - Fahrenh ..

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Added on: 13.09.2019

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