After a remarkable 15-years since his last solo offering, Artwork is set to drop new single Let Go Of This Acid at the end of October. The release will coincide with the launch of his new label, Unfinished Records (pretty apt, seeing as this one first surfaced the best part of 4 years ago!)
The track has been a staple of his sets for a good while now – so chances are you’ll recognise it already! If that vocal sounds familiar, then that’s because it’s been sampled from First Choice’s ‘Let No Man Put Asunder’. And it of course features the iconic trademark of the Roland TB-303 as referenced in the track’s title.
On the B-side, there’s more acid goodness in the form of Acid Lines.
Previously known for being one-third of dubstep trio Magnetic Man or as one of the people responsible for ushering Route 94 onto the world stage, nowadays Artwork - real name Arthur – is known for having one of the most anarchaic twitter accounts in all of dance music. Never to be taken too seriously, it’s a welcome reprieve from the corporate tone in which many of his peers post.
This autumn Artwork goes on a tour of the UK with his Art’s House party, taking in Edinburgh, Leeds and London. You can expect to hear house, techno and disco. It’ll be just like poppin’ round a mate’s house! We’re most excited to catch him in Brighton on Saturday 4th November at Patterns. Put the kettle on, Arthur!
Let Go Of This Acid/Acid Lines will be released on Unfinished Records on 20th October.