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Feral is Kinky “lick shot”

Posted on 05 October 2015 by Caballo

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Feral is Kinky gets back with a powerful video and even stronger release

Hailed as ‘One of the most distinctive voices in UK electronic music’ by DJ Magazine, London Bass music icon FERAL is KINKY continues to bring the bass with her new House cut employing the voice of the legendary Dennis Brown fresh on the back of her recent Beatport hit with Franky Rizardo that landed at No.23 in the House top 100
Following releases on labels such as Ministry of Sound, Vicious Bitch, Mad Decent, Play Me, Neophyte records and MTA, ‘Lick Shot is the follow up solo release to ‘Feelin da Vibes’ on FERAL’s own imprint Squirt Records – which had support from Radio 1, Kiss FM, HousePort FM and Capital

Includes the Original mix, Radio Edit and Instrumental

plus 2 heavyweight remixes.

Hifi Sean one half of the Up Yours duo and FiK collaborator, Beyond and Bearracuda globe-trotting resident, gives “Lick Shot” a solid four to the floor workout with his trademark house sound. Hifi Sean began his musical journey as the lead singer and songwriter of one of the early 90’s top alternative bands, The Soup Dragons, and then critically acclaimed band The High Fidelity, which is where he got his name for his current incarnation as a cutting edge DJ.

Balkan Bass merchant Daboo, delivers an energetic rework that defies pigeonholes, melding together a slew of low-frequency disciplines
Daboo is a Rocky Balkan Boy based in the Lowlands of Holland. Best known for his exploration of sub-frequencies from different corners of the globe through his sets and radio show ‘Bass Trek’ (bassport.fm) he will take you on an adventure with energetic bass driven cross genres of dubstep, reggeastep, drumstep, trap, ethnic bass, balkan bass and all derivatives.

After a number 1 in Australia’s Aria club chart, several top 10 download releases, support from Toddla T, the Wide Boys and her new collaboration with Franky Rizardo getting aired on Annie Mac and Pete Tongs Radio 1 show and Coco Coles Captial Radio show; this Autumn smash should bring the revolution

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