• “Ambience” set to a trippy graphics vid based on the cover artwork. Thanks to Lobster Boy.
“Great Club from England”
12″ single (Lobster Boy LOB-012V) released in July 2015.
With its fabulous rhythm and incessant groove, this screamer fully justifies its status as a tribal anthem from the summer of 2015.
Melé creates euphoric high-octane dance music inspired by his love of Brazilian beats, transatlantic hip hop and classic house music. The boy from the Wirral started young, learning to DJ aged 13; a decade on and he’s honed his skills and his 2015 tribal anthem ‘Ambience’ kick started his status as one of the new names to watch for in 2016. Melé’s energetic and unique percussive sound has gained him prolific support and recognition from some of the biggest names across the scene: Eats Everything, Patrick Topping, Tiga and Jackmaster to Annie Mac, Pete Tong and Disclosure, thus his tracks are becoming instantly recognisable in clubs across the world. ~ Resident Advisor
DJ Rebel tips #334 Play back2back with Farley Jackmaster Funk’s “Love Can’t Turn Around” for maximum dancefloor hyperventilation.
This was another heard on Kevin Robinson’s September 2015 show on Dandelion Radio.
It’s availbale from Beatport.