While working on the recent Count and Sinden record, British DJ Sinden came across an accidental hook from an a cappella take that singer Natalie Storm had sent over. "It always resonated with me, so I was glad to be able to use it for a solo track," Sinden explains of the production of his latest single, "Pull Up Wheel Up." "The vocal is so pitched down for most of it that it's hard to distinguish that it's actually a female hook until she sings 'Call JA, Brixton & Birmingham.'"
The electronic track will be Sinden's first release on his own label, Grizzly. "It's a return to the house sound I started producing with my musical allies Switch and Herve but brought up to date for 2012, joining up my love of house, dancehall, footwork, Baltimore club, British bass music and more," Sinden says.
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