Make sure you check out the official video for Camo & Krooked’s new single ‘Move Around’ above.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls… prepare to witness something that’s never been seen before at Brixton Academy on Friday 27th September. Join us for the landmark Hospitality event “The Final.”
Taking place at 9pm will be performances from some of the scene’s top brawlers as they battle it out for dominance of their respective weights and regions as we prepare to see who will be crowned champion of Brixton.
Earlybirds for this one off spectacular sold out within a record time of 48hours, Round Two tickets swiftly followed suit and Round 3 tickets are nearly all gone too!
The next single from Camo & Krooked in the run up to the release of their brand new album ‘Zeitgeist’ is the exceptional dancefloor detonator ‘Move Around’.The track is classic Camo & Krooked 2.0 – at once uplifting, energetic and innovative to the core.
Kicking off with a flurry of piano keys and a shimmying vocal (courtesy of the award winning Ian Shaw), the track is underpinned by a quirky, warping hook which will get inside your head. Accompanying the original tune is a radio edit, instrumental and a remix by French house producer Uppermost.
This single will be available in digital stores on September 9th. Expect to hear a lot more from Camo & Krooked in the coming weeks as the ‘Zeitgeist’ album is set for release September 30th.
Entering into groundbreaking new territory, Camo & Krooked ride the wave of disco fever and carve a fresh new aesthetic which fits their sonic palette and sound engineering wizardry all based around a great vocal hook performed by Pat Fulgoni. ‘All Night’ sees a marked departure from the ruckus of “Cross The Line”, proving once again just how versatile these producers are.
The title track from this digital-only EP is given a cheeky update with Belgian vocalist Billie providing a polished vocal hook, “We Can Only Live Today (Puppy)” is a hands-in-the-air anthem with uplifting synths, sing-a-long lyrics and plenty of dancefloor punch. Remixes come from Camo & Krooked, Lemaitre and Modek.
Check out the amazing video by Andrew Attah too, in which he rides down a hill at frightening speed on a board with tiny wheels, and avoids getting arrested by the Welsh police! (Please don’t try this at home).