UK dance duos My Nu Leng and Mob Tactics have joined forces on new single ‘Sahara Dub’, out 19th August on Wavelengths.
An exhilarating combination of eerie, high-pitched samples, rapid-fire breakbeats and rousing breakdowns, ‘Sahara Dub’ is a scintillating club cut. The third release on Wavelengths, My Nu Leng’s brand-new platform encompassing record label and monthly residency, it follows the duo’s recent singles ‘1 Big Dark Room’ and ‘This Sound’.
They have a number of residency events at Thekla Bristol on the way, featuring some of dance music’s boldest and brightest talents, such as Krust, Redlight, Baby T, Jay Carder, Special Request, as well as a typically stacked touring schedule that includes shows at XOYO London, Meraki Liverpool and Hidden Manchester.
Descendants of a lineage that dates back to the genesis of rave culture, My Nu Leng are renowned for their incendiary DJ sets, which join the dots between a myriad of genres. Their deep musical knowledge, intuitive versatility and technical dexterity have led to bookings all over the world, at festivals like Glastonbury, Outlook and South West Four, plus a long list of prestigious club spaces. They are also accomplished producers with an armoury of acclaimed releases, signing their music to era-defining labels like MTA, Black Butter and Shogun Audio.
UK D&B production duo Mob Tactics are renowned for their inimitable style of techy-yet-funky style and appear to be going from strength-to-strength with each release. Their tunes are already firm staples in the sets of Andy C, Friction, Matrix & Futurebound, DJ Hype and Audio, to name but a few, and the demand for them on the DJ circuit is rapidly gaining momentum.
Collaborating for the first time, My Nu Leng and Mob Tactics deliver a future club classic.
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