Well it is that time of year again, when massive amounts of people descend on the beautiful city of Miami. Our premiere today has some history with the beaches and clubs there not to mention pretty much every other club across the world. Heliotype one of the UK’s fast rising producers drops this rework of ‘Safe From Harm’ just in time for Miami Music week and you can be sure it will be heard many times over the coming week and for good reason. The rich 303 style bassline and vibrant chords give it a deep disco vibe. Having the original vocalist from Narcotic Thrust provide a re-worked vocal adds to the track making it feel like I am hearing this song again for the first time. The original record made a huge impact on the scene back in the day. Eventually being signed directly by Pete Tong to his FFRR label after huge club support and topping both Buzz and Cool Cuts charts. I personally remember when this track came out it was getting played everywhere. I’d have to look to be certain but pretty sure I have this track on Vinyl. This rework is going to be perfect for all those day parties that run into the night and then into the morning.
Having made a name for himself with his signature “balearic bass” Heliotype has been working on a clutch of new material for 2019. This reworking is a reintroduction to the scene after taking a little time out studying for a doctorate. Breaking with convention is what Heliotype is all about. His musical collages are created from his wide ranging influences. Any given track will include vibes taken from jungle, garage, disco and house. Make sure to check out more from Heliotype HERE and make sure to grab a copy of Safe from harm when it comes out.