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Sam Redmore

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"One of the UK's biggest soul & funk DJs" - Craig Charles, BBC Radio 6 Music


Producer and artist Sam Redmore is shaping a career as one of the UK’s most exciting new talents. His path has seen him evolve from club DJ and promoter, to remixer responsible for a host of masterly edits, to lighting up airwaves and stages from London to LA with his original productions and killer live shows.

His knowledge of global, eclectic sounds - shaped when following the movements of the likes of Gilles Peterson, Quantic, Louie Vega and Mr Scruff - set up his 2022 debut album Universal Vibrations as a feast for those who wished to dance to a different beat.


Success was almost instantaneous - Nagu, an instrumental track from his debut 7” release, was played on BBC Radio 1, 6 Music, Radio 2, Jazz FM and Gilles Peterson’s Worldwide FM on the same weekend!  A supremely rare cross cultural appeal and unheard of for an instrumental latin dancefloor tune. Nagu has since gone on to be a mainstay of daytime BBC 6 Music, getting played almost every week since release.

Radio stations around the world followed suit, with LA tastemaker KCRW one of the first to get on board hammering Tears, Sam’s cumbia cover of the Giorgio Moroder classic. Meanwhile, French tastemaker station FIP has been consistently supporting Sam throughout. When the album dropped in September 2022 it was immediately given the prestigious Album of the Week accolade at Jazz FM, rounding off an extremely successful campaign that included BBC 6 Music guest mixes for Craig Charles , Huey Morgan, Afrodeutsche and Cerys Matthews - an incredible spread of support.


2024 will see Sam unleash his second album – Modulate, from which the first single Glow has already picked up strong BBC 6 Music support.

Speaking about the process, Sam tells us:

“Whilst creating Universal Vibrations, a lot of the time I felt unsure whether I had it in me to create an album's worth of original compositions. Coming from a DJ/remixer background, it felt like a big step to start pieces of music from scratch and develop them until they were finished. With the debut album in the bag however, for Modulate I was much more confident in what I was doing, and the thought process changed from "can I do this?" to "how would I like to do this?". I found this change in mentality allowed me to enjoy the process much more than with the first album.”

The sound of Modulate is an expansion of what Universal Vibrations started - music made with the dancefloor firmly in mind, involving a combination of electronic and programmed sounds with organic, live instrumentation. Modulate showcases a more diverse sound palette than Universal Vibrations, but with a newly refined musical focus.



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