Toy Tonics – the next step. In recent times, Toy Tonics have prioritized developing the careers of it’s main roster – Coeo, Black Loops, Kapote and Jad & The – now, there will be a couple of EPs by friends of the label.
Over the coming months: EPs by Demuja, Art Alfie and this fabulous release by HARRY WOLFMAN.
Harry fits well with the Toy Tonics crew: A self-confessed nerd and ‘slave to the funk’, Harry was raised on a diet of Gang Starr, St Germain, Ninja Tune and a broad cross section of UK breakbeat culture. But, his own productions are different. Bubbling yet subtle sample-focused fusion house. Dance music with deeper seated influences in hip hop, jazz, soul and funk. Music that breaks boundaries.
Most people know Harry from his seminal 2012 remix of Ben Pearce’s crossover hit ‘What I Might Do’ which was smashed out in clubs all over the world. Since then he’s released remixes and EPs on labels like House of Disco, Dirt Crew, Lost My Dog and Outplay Records… and of course now, Toy Tonics.
This EP is my favorite of shall not fade's release.
His track making is really great.
No matter when I listen to it, or how many times I listen to it, I feel very comfortable.
I already own the VINYL, but out of respect, I bought the digital version as well.
(I also want to listen to it on the BandCamp app).
I'm very much looking forward to your next work! MxDx510