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LOVE152/01Z | 2021-09-17  
‘We Rise’ is the perfect offering of a strong female collaboration with Carly x Anelisa both unleashing a masterclass in effortless production and vocal delivery!

Rising up through London’s underground electronic dance music scene Carly Wilford is a pioneer of new music. Discovering the latest breaking artists and backing their journey, she unearths the tracks that shine through amongst the Internet’s crowded streams. Starting out as a Presenter, her early career saw her take over the airwaves on the Rinse FM Breakfast Show before taking bold steps to become a respected DJ and Music Producer. Her sets bring forward a new wave of house music whilst honouring the very roots of the scene she grew up raving too. Found behind the decks at the UK’s most celebrated clubs and touring festivals across the world she has shared recent line ups with The Shapeshifters, Saffron Stone, Sam Girling, India Jordan, Low Steppa, Jess Bays and Jaguar. Playing stand out sets at Glastonbury, Parklife, Bestival, Wireless, Reading, Isle of Wight, Citadel and Lovebox as well as Fabric, XOYO and Ministry of Sound. A year ago, Carly came across a statistic that only 2% of women were Music Producers, so she decided that there was work to be done. Joining Toolroom Records, Toolroom Academy Course, she set out to learn how to make music. Fast forward to this year and she releases her first single on the label with the track being signed within ten months of her laying down her first beat on the course. Using time in lockdown to learn her new craft in the hope of helping other females to do the same.

Anelisa Lamola is a South-African-born Londoner singer that has been singing for as long as she can remember, performing back home in the church choir and school productions. Her powerful voice is balanced out by both her sweetness and effortless delivery, strongly reminiscent of the classic soul era. She has drawn comparisons to greats such as Chaka Khan and the Queen of Soul herself, Aretha Franklin and now Anelisa has now set her sights on a career as a recording artist and her talent shows no signs of slowing down. Full of ambition, she has found success in musical theatre, appearing in “The Lion King” and “The Color Purple” and also proudly delivered a solo performance of the South African National Anthem for the globally-televised Rugby World Cup Final. Having appeared with Chase & Status on BBC’s “Later With Jools Holland”, Anelisa has found herself increasingly in demand with producers on the UK dance and pop scene and has featured on Icarus’ “King Kong”, which happened to be named as BBC Radio 1’s Record of the Week, in addition to Franky Wah’s “Come Together”, and more recently “Party” by DJ/Producer MistaJam.
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