Having already nailed the definitive soulful D&B anthem early in 2007 in the shape of “Everything's Different” High Contrast is back once more - and this time he's bringing the biggest slice of retro jungle funk this side of the millennium.
“If We Ever” features the spine tingling vocals of the legendary Diane Charlemagne. An instantly memorable piano hook and sublime oldschool breaks and bass lines fool you into thinking you know the tune from back in the day. It's already an anthem thanks to huge dubplate support from Mr Andy C, Fabio & Grooverider, Annie Mac, Hype, Zinc and many many more.
As always the flipside brings the contrast - “Pink Flamingos” smacks the dancefloor hard. With the raw energy of early Prodigy tracks, the vowel filter, the synth strings, the vibe is distinctly electric on this one. “Pink Flamingos” has been mashing up the dance at Fabric and the main room at Heaven with a big intro and a drop that hits the spot, just like the doctor ordered.
This summer 12” release gives us a tasty sneak preview of what to expect from High Contrast's brand new album, which hits the ground running on the 1st of October 2007. Since his last long player “High Society” High Contrast has found himself becoming the official D&B remixer of choice for the likes of Missy Elliot, The White Stripes, Blaze and Basement Jaxx.