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LNM064 | 2015-10-12  
After a short hiatus over the summer months Love Not Money Records returns with an EP from UK artist Andy Lee, a producer who’s no stranger to the label featuring on numerous remix duties since the labels inception and now drops his debut solo release with the stellar ’The Groove’ EP comprised of three deep cuts to sink your teeth into and remixes from two fast rising duos, Truth Be Told & Twenty2.

Andy’s recent releases have featured on labels such as Leftwing & Kody's 'Lost Records' Hector Coutos 'Pura Music' and the legendary NYC label Nervous, while picking up support from DJ's as varied as MK, German Brigante, Josh Butler, Joyce Muniz, and more.

Kicking off the release is title track ‘The Groove´. The clue is in the title here, It’s all about the rolling bass and catchy House stabs on this one that work together with super-tight percussion and spoken vocal to create the perfect warm-up track.

Next up is ‘Alright’ a peak-time Tech House affair, that weaves a series of driving bass tones, nicely layered with swinging drums and drifting vocals that result in a lo-slung House groover that’s guaranteed to translate well on most discerning dance floors.

The final production from Andy comes in the form of ‘Connected’ a track that drifts somewhere in-between its predecessor’s, this is deep and dark intelligent dance music at it’s finest and the quality reinforces why Andy is fast becoming a masters of his craft.

On remix duties there's help from two talented duos in the form of Leeds based Twenty2 who have caught the eye of Max Chapman’s ‘Resonance Records' and rising Liverpool based artists Truth Be Told. With Truth Be Told’s ’Sonnen’ receiving global recognition on Sante’s ‘Avorte’ imprint earlier in the summer, hitting the dizzy heights of Beatport’s Tech House top 20 it’s clear to see why these two are deemed as 'hot property’ right now. Their remix of ‘The Groove’ demonstrates this in full effect as they turn out this slamming remix that turns things up a notch from the original and caters nicely for those that like things in 5th gear. It’s more of the same from Twenty2 as their remix of ‘Alright’ is another peak-time monster. Tried and tested over the summer months at various festivals with devastating effect (honestly, wait for the drop!) the steam roller of a bass-line and tightly cut vocal hook’s are the icing on the cake for an overall groundbreaking release from the ever impressive Love Not Money stable.

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