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WILDLIFE!

WILDLIFE!

WILDLIFE!


Switzerland's entfant terrible, WILDLIFE! first gained public attention for his unanimously praised musical productions on Terry Lynn's debut album "Kingstonlogic 2.0". He continued making waves with his signature dancehall influenced take on contemporary electronic music with remixes for the likes of The Very Best, Poirier, Marina & The Diamonds, The Dø, and released his debut EP "Jumbie" in Fall 2009 getting dancefloors bubbling with mad love from many a key player around the globe Read more on Last.fm
Switzerland's entfant terrible, WILDLIFE! first gained public attention for his unanimously praised musical productions on Terry Lynn's debut album "Kingstonlogic 2.0". He continued making waves with his signature dancehall influenced take on contemporary electronic music with remixes for the likes of The Very Best, Poirier, Marina & The Diamonds, The Dø, and released his debut EP "Jumbie" in Fall 2009 getting dancefloors bubbling with mad love from many a key player around the globe, with remixes from Schlachthofbronx, Mixhell, Edu K, and Beware & Motorpitch. After hitting hard with his uptempo club material like "Jumbie" or his recent 135 bpm smasher "Metazoa", released on Buraka Som Sistema's Enchufada label in early fall 2010, WILDLIFE! now hits back with a fresh dancehall soaked project. The new EP "BUCKUP" rolls across dancehall's golden eras, with legends Sammy Dread and Major Mackerel re-licking some of their biggest tunes that had the scenes on lock in the 80's and 90's, plus new era vanguard Terry Lynn paying tribute to the times flipping a touch of Ini Kamoze's "How You Living" into her own contemporary genre-bending monster with a double jeopardy attack. Accompanied by remixes from L-VIS 1990, French Fries, Adam Port and Douster. WILDLIFE! continues to pack a hectic tour schedule, simultaneously wrapping up tracks for Terry Lynn's imminent second album plus recording his solo release for 2011, rumored to be crashing together British punks and Jamaicans, Roxy style. Read more on Last.fm.

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