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Soulecta returns with summer stomper ‘9V’

Souelcta returns with ‘9V’, a house and garage banger out on Shared Garage

Soulecta is back with another banger!

The garage producer has not missed in 2020.

Consistent release schedule. Consistent release quality.

We previously waxed lyrical about the Continental Bashment EP; however, Soulecta has gone up a gear with his latest offering 9V – out on the ever-so impressive Garage Shared label.

A bubbly House’n’Garage number, 9V lays claim to be one of the best Garage releases this summer. It’s a shame we don’t have raves and festivals, 9V was sure to be a staple in all garage sets across the country.

Nonetheless, the outlook is not fully negative. With 2020 so far being Soulecta’s strongest year to date, we can surely expect the London DJ/producer to be a prominent figure when the raving scene, someday, resumes.

Supported by the likes of Toddla T, the heights which Soulecta could reach with 9V is limitless. As one of the producers pushing the garage scene forward, it’s refreshing to see such an infectious work-rate paying off.

Soulecta holds claim to 9V being one of his favourite tunes he has produced. Who can argue with him? Everything from bassline to the vocals is top tier. Top level. Top class.

We’re excited for what the future holds for Soulecta here at UKBM. We love to celebrate artists pushing the scene we love forward and there’s no better example of that than Soulecta.


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