The UK artist has been a frequent face across London for several years, working closely with the Fuse crew, as well as regular gigs across the UK and overseas.
Spillman’s production efforts have found a place at the likes of Leftroom, Do Not Sleep and the previously premiered Daydream, pushing a bouncy, positive sound seeing regular support from the likes of Enzo Siragusa, Reiss and Herodot.
‘C2C To Fenchurch St’ takes subtle inspirations from breakbeat, with clever sample work wrapping around a bassline that is destined to get the floor moving. Percussions are short and snappy, working a slick UK strut with hints of garage and influence from more long-form minimal developments, hosting a patient, near eight-minute arrangement.
Bright, hopeful synths open up the breakdown, gifting the neat breaks room to shine against slippery vocal blips, before snapping back into peak time party mode with the punchy, feel good attitude of the tracks bassline.
‘Brickfields’ brings a blissful garage flavour to the record’s B side, with luscious, comforting chords lapping up onto sharp percussion and a lively bassline.
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