Duckworthsound has been on a roll with his heavy bass productions in the past 12 months. The prolific producer based in London has been levelling up his production with each and every release output, and in recent times his releases have been spun by the likes of Alison Wonderland, Joyryde, Zeds Dead among many others. To celebrate his birthday and the release of his new single ‘Omen’ he put together a collection of his unreleased works, special edits and biggest releases in an action-packed mix that’ll make you wish you could be back in the club.
Some of the iconic imprints which have supported his releases include Insomniac’s ‘In Rotation’, Laidback Lukes ‘Mixmash’, Diplo’s ‘Mad Decent, Showtek’s ‘SKINK’ and Ephhwurd’s ‘Eph’d Up’. Throughout his full discography, you can find joint efforts with club titans such as Holly, 4B, Duke & Jones and D.O.D as well as remixes for 4B and tracks released on Tchami’s Confessions imprint.
Duckworthsound is as energetic live as he is in his production, to date the young gun has supported artists such as Joyryde, Herobust, Kayzo and Gammer as well as brought his own line up for sold-out events at London’s Ministry Of Sound. If you’ve not caught one of them, his new mix titled 1996 will give you a little taste of what his sets are like.
The mix drops as a celebration of the year he was born to mark his 24th birthday and includes over 30 tracks comprising solely of his own originals, remixes or edits. Among the tracklist, he’s teased new and released collaborations featuring the likes of Kaku, Messed Up, Los Padres, Steady State, Stereotype as well as energetic bass fueled flips of QUIX, 040, Stormzy and his new release ‘Omen’ which dropped today.
Over the past year, Duckworthsound has dropped collaborations with artists such as Holland’s Green Tree, American duo Woof Logik and Japan’s ‘Shiso’, clocking up hundreds of thousands of plays and supports from tastemaker mainstage DJ’s. The newest single to his collection ‘Omen’ is a collaboration with Italian club-kid DatBoy, who’s released previously on one of Barong Family’s famed compilations. It’s a heaving trap joint that features a UK rap vocal, which would no doubt be slamming club dance floors this weekend had we not been in a global lockdown.
Listen to ‘Omen’, released via Hybrid Trap on Spotify below