Effortlessly combining a party rocking blend of hip-hop, house, garage, breakbeat, ghetto flavours and drum ‘n’ bass, HeavyFeet are at the forefront of the bass music phenomenon. As the duo continue to roll their ever-evolving sound out through a string of bass-heavy releases with some of the leaders of the game (Skint, Bingo and Passenger) and the coolest indie labels around (Plant Music, Party Like Us and Nightshifters), 2010 is looking like their biggest year yet, with remixes also dropping for the likes of Roisin Murphy, DJ Zinc, Nick Thayer, Mele and KillaQueenz, as well as the explosion of their brand new record label concept, Stamp! Beats.
HeavyFeet announced the launch of the Stamp! Beats projects in February with its first release set for April. The concept, to create a unique music delivery platform releasing original HeavyFeet music complimenting the varied genres featured in their DJ sets. Not content with being just another small indie label, a new HeavyFeet single is released on Stamp! Beats every first Monday of the month. Each single features a different carefully chosen vocalist, some well known, some more underground, each bringing their own unique performance style to HeavyFeet’s chunky beats. With a freah approach to the delivery and promotion of the releases, Stamp! Beats offers fans the opportunity to download the original mix of every single release for free, for a limited period, encouraging them to enjoy and share the cutting edge HeavyFeet sound, whilst allowing them the option to purchase the more familiar club mix and guest remix on their own accord.
Since their inception in 2007, HeavyFeet have DJed all across the UK, Europe and the United States, regularly smashing dancefloors with their energetic party sound, always looking for new production inspiration from hot international scenes. With their productions hitting as high as No.6 on the Top 100 Beatport chart, radio airplay via BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 1Xtra, XFM, Kiss FM and Galaxy FM on all currently released Stamp! Beats releases, as well as features in music publications DJ Mag and IDJ Magazine and online support from The Times Online and dozens of key music blogs, the second half of 2010 is certainly shaping up to be an extremely period for team HeavyFeet!
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