House | Tom Bull Is One To Pay Attention To With His Latest “Escape” Featuring Natalie Wood

Posted by on October 11, 2016

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Tom Bull is back with another stellar release featuring the talented Natalie Wood, who’s had releases with Low Steppa on Spinnin Records with “Drifting.” Premiered on BBC Radio 1 by DJ Target, and reaching #60 on the UK iTunes Dance chart, Tom is set to have a stellar end of the year, and an even bigger 2017. Supported by the likes of Oliver Heldens, Tiesto, Benny Benassi, Disclosure, and many more, if you haven’t discovered Tom yet, do yourself a favor, an hop on the wave before it’s gone! This is a must listen!

Buy/stream: Tom Bull ft Natalie Wood – Escape

House | Oliver Heldens – Last All Night ft. KStewart (Low Steppa Remix)

Posted by on December 3, 2014

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Low Steppa has been on fire as of late. Releasing his “So Real” EP via Simmma Black today, I came across his “Last All Night” remix and it’s something else. Putting his signature UK-garage-bass spin on Helden’s KStewart assisted hit, Low Steppa takes the song to another dimension. Big tune!

Be sure to pick up his latest “So Real” EP available on Beatport now.

House | Chocolate Puma Ft Kris Kiss – Step Back (Low Steppa Remix)

Posted by on November 1, 2014

When I saw this new offering from Low Steppa was being released on Island Dance, I didn’t want to give it a fair shot. Island Dance? There’s something strange about a major label getting involved in the dance space. It feels incredibly inauthentic but you can’t blame the dying major label machine for playing catch up. I’ll give them a break since they’re across the pond. Regardless, Low Steppa is a serious talent and I’d be remiss not to feature it. Be sure to pick it up on Beatport below. Serious tune.

Purchase: Chocolate Puma Ft Kris Kiss – Step Back (Low Steppa Remix)


Deep House | Low Steppa ft. Natalie Wood – Drifting (Extended Mix)

Posted by on August 3, 2014

Groovy beat? Check. Fat bass line? Check. Female vocal? Check. Low Steppa delivers again with his new “Drifting” collaboration with the ever talented Natalie Wood. Can you imagine hearing the bassline drop at two in the morning at Output in New York with a transexual on one side and a sweaty hipster bro on the other? Yeah, neither can I. Pick this up on Beatport now. You a fool for this one Spinnin’.

Purchase: Low Steppa ft. Natalie Wood – Drifting (Extended Mix)