New Drum & Bass Release from Kove & Joseph J. Jones. Enjoy!
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Signed to Communion Records (Bear’s Den, Catfish and The Bottlemen, Michael Kiwanuka) and inspired by Johnny Cash, Chet Baker, Kanye West and West Ham United; Joseph J. Jones has spent the last year collaborating with writer / producer Richard Frenneaux. He’s seen support online from tastemakers including The Line of Best Fit, Indie Shuffle, CLASH, The 405, Disco Naïveté and many more. Buzzfeed’s Social Media Editor described him as «A Guy Ritchie character who’s also super poetic and makes beautiful music.» An avid illustrator, Joseph has again created the artwork to accompany this track.

Exploding onto the Drum & Bass scene back in 2012, Kove quickly grabbed the attention of Ram Records head honcho Andy C and scene favourites Chase and Status. Whilst releasing Beatport chart topping «Measures E.P.» on MTA the up and coming producer gathered BBC Radio 1 backing and rave reviews and support from the likes of Annie Mac, Toddla T, Hannah Wants and EDM super star Skrillex.

Kove was soon setting the internet and radio stations alight with remixes for the likes of Foxes, John Newman and Bastille, racking up over 12 million streams between them and demonstrated a versatility to flip between genres effortlessly whilst his own productions and award winning DJ sets saw his reputation continue to rise. 2014/15 saw his stature increase yet again as his collaboration with Melissa Steel, ‘Way We Are’ reached the top 30. 2 US support Tours followed and a string of festival sets including Glastonbury, Lovebox, Reading, Leeds, EDC Vegas, Hideout, EXIT, Creamfields as well as summer residencies at Amnesia in Ibiza.