The famously close knit Full Cycle crew have rarely opened their doors to newcomers over the course of the label’s lifetime, but the arrival of Clipz on the scene was impossible to ignore. Bristol born and bred, Clipz was given his first break by GQ’s Emcee Recordings, on which he released his first few 12s in 2002, but by 2003 he’d been snapped up by Roni and co, in the process realising a long-held ambition. Since then his rise has been little short of meteoric and has breathed new life into one of drum & bass’ finest labels – returning it to the cutting edge of the scene. His solo and remix work has made him one of the biggest selling producers of the last few years, with an instantly recognisable sound based round catchy basslines and melodies aimed squarely at the dance floor. His back catalogue is overflowing with club classics, with tracks such as ‘Slippery Slopes’, ‘Funk Physics’, ‘Cocoa’ and ‘Number One’. Now working in the studio with Die, they have formed a formidable partnership, so expect many more dancefloor killers from Clipz in the years to come.
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