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Eric Prydz-approved producer Richard Knott has continued to raise the bar with his authentically tailored exploits of a certain vintage appeal. Continuing his recent spree of free downloads, the London-residing producer is back with a free release of another unreleased original track of his in ‘Heat’. With the way the industry is headed in mind, Knott continues to keep things reassuringly fresh for one of his best works to date, featuring a concoction of breezy lead work, deep bass play and chopped up vocal samples.

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Recently inaugurated Pryda Friends artist Richard Knott drops his inaugural release of 2013 in a new remix of homeland artist Unicorn Kid’s ‘Feel So Real.’ Borrowing heavily from the inspiring original version, Knott goes in a similar vein as his new Romeo Kilo single, ‘In Control,’ for a synth-filled and commercially-laden remix. With his Pryda Friends debut single still doing the rounds and a slew of upcoming releases on the cards for the New Year, 2013 is unlikely to be a quiet one if Knott has his way.

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Fast approaching the New Year, recently inaugurated Pryda Friends artist Richard Knott previews his inaugural release of 2013 in a new remix of homeland artist Unicorn Kid’s ‘Feel So Real.’ Borrowing heavily from the inspiring original version, Knott goes in a similar vein as his new Romeo Kilo single, ‘In Control,’ for a synth-filled and commercially-laden remix. With his Pryda Friends debut single still doing the rounds and a slew of upcoming releases on the cards for the New Year, 2013 is unlikely to be a quiet one if Knott has his way.

The Richard Knott remix is set to be released on January 6th.

Off the back of his inauguration into the ranks of Pryda Friends artist with the release of ‘Locus Solus‘, Liverpool’s Richard Knott ventures the realms of vintage House with the launch of new alias Romeo Kilo.

Away from the instrumental Progressive House that has become his speciality, ‘In Control’ sees Knott takes a turn for the realms of vocal House delicacies. Where the subtle keys and steady beats that make up the body of ‘In Control’ play wonders alongside the female vocal sample, Knott’s orthodox House persuasion marks a promising set back to the heyday of piano-laden House music without bending to the ranks of cheesiness.

No info on the release yet.

Liverpool’s Eric Prydz-approved studio force Richard Knott returns to make his Pryda Friends debut with the follow-up to ‘Portals‘, entitled ‘Locus Solus’. In a Cirez D-esque manner, Knott steps away from the delightful synths and melodies that we have come to love and associate with the 23-year-old Liverpudlian to produce something different altogether. Whether based upon Raymond Roussel’s French novel from 1914 with the same name or not, we don’t know, but with the same mysterious approach, Knott blends enigmatic lead play and chunky beat work for one of his perhaps freshest gems to date.

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With longserving Swede Eric Prydz singing his praises, London-residing Richard Knott is back to present his latest work. In spite of stepping away from the dreamy melodics conjured by his latest release ‘Portals‘, Knott continues to keep things reassuringly fresh for what appears to be his best work to date.

With the way the industry is headed in mind, the Prydz-esque concoction of breezy lead work, deep bass play and chopped up vocal samples that make up ‘Heat’ make for a refreshing outing on young Knott’s behalf.

No info on the release thus far.

Liverpool’s Eric Prydz-approved studio force Richard Knott returns after the recent release of ‘Portals‘ off of Whartone Records to wander out of his comfort zone for ‘Locus Solus’. In an Eric Prydz-esque manner, Knott steps away from the delightful synths we have come to love and associate with the 23-year-old Liverpudlian to produce something different altogether. Whether based upon Raymond Roussel’s French novel from 1914 with the same name or not, we don’t know, but with the same mysterious approach, Knott blends enigmatic lead work and chunky kicks for one of his perhaps freshest gems to date.

Update (20/10): The track will be released soon on Pryda Friends. An official preview is now available.

Update (2/11): The release date is set for November 5th.

Following on from a potent rework of Gotye and Kimbra’s infamous ‘Somebody That I Used To Know‘, which ultimately helped him officially seal the prestigious approval of Eric Prydz on the newly launched EPIC Radio podcast, Whartone regular Richard Knott returns to the record label of Sonny Wharton after his 2010 EP for the release of ‘Portals’.

Albert Einstein once suggested that it takes a genius to keep things simple, and the Liverpool producer’s latest original surely fits that description. In a concoction of warm, summer-y leads and growling basslines, complemented by ambiguous vocal chants, Richard Knott’s latest release is not just another addition to his back catalogue but proves that his emotive and ‘quality-over-quantity’ approach continues to prevail amidst an industry more commonly recognized by its intricate Electro House or high-pitched synths.

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After the success earlier this year, Whartone Deep is back presenting a follow up with a brand new EP made by Richard Knott. The EP contains two tracks called Break The Rules and Inception, whereof Inception falls into taste with its harmonic touch, don’t miss out!

Richard Knott – Break The Rules / Inception [Whartone Deep] – Beatport Link

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After the success earlier this year, Whartone Deep is back presenting a follow up with a brand new EP made by Richard Knott. The EP contains two tracks called Break The Rules and Inception, whereof Inception falls into taste with its harmonic touch. Due to be released on December 20th, check it out!

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