There are few artists that have been more influential in UK house music than Heller and Farley. Their productions are steeped in the sights and sounds of their experiences at events like Shoom and The Hacienda, parties that still have huge cultural significance to the club culture of today. 'Living In Brooklyn' is the perfect example of their Product Of Da Neighbourhood alias exploring their jackin' house inspirations. And who better to call in to remix than seminal Chicago selector Derrick Carter, whose mix brings the authentic stateside 90's sound. The release also features a mix from Roach Motel, another Heller and Farley alias, with an unwavering groove and serious bassline.
Through self-taught production methods, Xyla makes tracks that flow seamlessly through footwork to IDM, techno, ambient, and jazz, utilizing classical instrument samples. Bandcamp Album of the Day Nov 4, 2020