Premiere: Kyle E ‘Metis’ (David Delgado Remix)

Author : Marco Sgalbazzini
January 23, 2017

Premiere: Kyle E ‘Metis’ (David Delgado Remix)


‘Jupiter’s Moons’ is the latest release to come out of Egg London’s very own record label What Came First. The EP comes courtesy of Egg resident Kyle E, who has cut a name for himself with the club’s loyal patrons thanks to his ability to captivate the dance floor week in, week out.

We are premiering David Delgado‘s remix of Kyle E’s ‘Metis’, an intricately groovy stripped-down track that hypnotizes the listener over the course of ten minutes. The remix completes a release that also includes three other tracks by Kyle E. Kyle has in the past been supported by John Digweed, who featured the Christian Burkhardt remix of Kyle’s track ‘Arp For You Heart’ on his “Live On South Beach” compilation.

“What Came First” is a new label dedicated to Electronic music which has been set up by the people behind Egg London club venue.

With the dance floor in mind, WCF aims to introduce rising new talents as well as working with established artists across a range of musical genres from techno to house and chill-out to alternative.

“Jupiter’s Moon” is available 27 January on What Came First

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