Danish duo Bottled In England release Architect EP on 3rd March, their UK debut, showcasing their eclectic mix of handcrafted drum'n'bass with elements of dubstep.
Opening track 'The Fire' is electro pop tinged with dark beats and features smooth songstress Lydmor. Other tracks include: the hi-tempo 'Say It Again' with taut, brooding vocals provided by Troels Abrahamsen (Veto) and 'It will be good' with Maria Mortensen (Scarlet Chives) adding her haunting performance like a dubstep Gang Gang Dance. This release includes an exclusive stripped down electro remix of 'Fire' by Icelandic producer Bjarnfoss.
Formed in Copenhagen in 2010, Bottled In England are the enigmatic, dynamic Daniel Vognstrup and manic drumming talent of August Dyrborg. They won wider exposure at Roskilde Festival 2011 with a massive performance, attracting attention for their use of live drums and bass. They've since collaborated in the studio and on stage with MCs and other artists, released two EPs to worldwide acclaim and built a reputation for frantic live shows, touring Europe and China in 2013.
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