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A.Motion – Chills

“Sweet, yet deep and full of emotion. The Moony remix taking a more bassline route.” Mizz Ruby

Rising UK Garage artist A.Motion continued a year of ascent with the release of ‘Chills’ by DPM records
following on from recent appearances in the mix for Get Darker and the Butterz show on Rinse FM.

Debuted earlier in the year by Royal-T on Rinse ‘Chills’ is a hypnotic slice of bass-heavy Garage 2.0, a
phrase coined by Vice’s Thump citing DPM label mate Conducta among a group of artists pushing
forward the sound which A.Motion wholeheartedly falls into. There are subtle reminisist nods to the
pure garage days with soft chords alongside an irresistible vocal that engineers towards the club with
low sub-bass and superbly catchy chime hooks.

“Moony kills it” was the accurate description of the ‘Chills (Remix)’ made live on-air by Flava D.
Brighton’s own UKG heavyweight takes on the original with his signature sound, delivering a baseline
heavy Dark House remix that’s built for the club dance floor.

2014 has proved to be pivotal for A.Motion with highlights including the collaborative ‘If You Leave’
EP with Conducta on Bullet Train Records, appearing on a compilation for Tumble Audio and sharing a
stage with the likes of Spooky, DJ Cameo and Scott Garcia at UKG Fest.

‘Chills’ rounds off a successful year for the London based producer who is already looking to set 2015
alight with an up-coming track made with Royal-T already doing damage in recent radio sets.


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