Bristol clubnight and mix series


Tommy Rawson – In All My Days (w Zed Bias & Imami remixes) [LEGS005]

The first new Crazylegs music of the summer season is a bold slice of Motown-fuelled house music from Tommy Rawson, following up his debut on Sweden’s Local Talk last year.

UK garage hero Zed Bias brings the dread with a dark, broken Maddslinky refix on the flip, after recently announcing his imminent retirement from the DJ circuit. Imami rounds off the package with a booming mutant funk workout, off the back of his debut EP on Druid Cloak’s Apothecary Compositions label last November.

FACT premiered the original mix here, calling it a “summer anthem in the making”.

Mixmag premiered the Maddslinky dub here, reporting that it “stomps ferociously from the output, with skittering drum kicks, dark, trippy synths and jittery vocal hooks”.

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A bit about us

Crazylegs is a Bristol party institution, founded by Shandy and Jambo in 2008 to provide a platform for innovative, forward-thinking dance music that wasn’t getting a look-in elsewhere in the city.

Creative, multi-genre lineups became our trademark, blending dubstep, bassline, grime, garage and funky, laying the foundations of the “bass music” movement that quickly took hold of the city. By late 2010, Crazylegs was at the forefront of Bristol’s world-renowned club scene.

Now approaching our fifth birthday and over sixty parties deep, we’re proud to have maintained the essence of Crazylegs — consistently seeking out new sounds, introducing the city to dozens of DJs and producers who now headline festivals all over the world.

In 2012 we decided it was time to make a more concrete commitment to the music we believe in — by putting vinyl on the shelf. Warmly-received debut releases from Ziro and Toyc have paved the way for a label we hope can become as essential as the clubnight that gave birth to it.

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