Solo Loves Garage

Solo has come a long way from the 14 year old who made a habit of ‘smoking spliffs and doing dodgy heavy metal covers’ to being the forefather of a hugely exciting sub-genre and a producer whose tunes have found their way into the record bags of DJs in practically every scene. Like his countrymen Mowgli and Riva Starr, Solo makes the sort of music that will go down well in just about any clubbing environment – so it comes as no surprise that he’s now starting to remix and produce original bits with some heavy hitters. The latest reworking is of UK-Grime king Wiley, and features Emeli Sandè singing riffing on the haunting 1997 White Town track ‘(Never Be) Your Woman’ – a track that I’ve not heard in years!

Wiley – “Never Be Your Woman” ft. Emeli Sandè (Solo Loves Garage Remix) (mp3)

From the future: the man behind Solo now does music under his real name, Stefano Ritteri, and runs the pretty excellent Spaziale and Viaggio imprints.


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