DMX Krew reimagines Level 42 on new EP

Apparently he has a soft spot for the group who emerged from the Isle of Wight in the late seventies.

DMX Krew reimagines Level 42 on new EP

Apparently he has a soft spot for the group who emerged from the Isle of Wight in the late seventies.

The experimental, electronic maestro has delivered four cover versions of English jazz funk band, Level 42, set for release next month on UTTER Records. DMX Krew has a lengthy history in electronic music having prominently released on Aphex Twin's Rephlex label back in the nineties. 

Apparently he has a soft spot for the group who emerged from the Isle of Wight in the late seventies. They had a number of hits in the years which followed including "Turn It On" which is the main point of focus on the record for DMX Krew aka Ed Upton who reworks the original into a boogie driven synth and vocoder extravaganza. 

A full tracklist can be seen below, whilst clips are already online:

A1. Turn It On
A2. Turn It On (Dub)
B1. Love Games
B2. "43"

Pre order HERE

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