Hull-based producer Crazy Fluke returns to the label after last year's 'Rotate'
Our third and final track exclusive of the week comes to you once again from our good friends over at Cheeky Trax, as iDJ brings you a first chance to hear Disappear by Crazy Fluke, which will be released tomorrow on an EP that pairs the Club Mix you'll hear below with a radio-friendly Edit.
Known in real life as Bryan Chambers, Crazy Fluke hails originally from Essex but is now based in the bustling northern coastal metropolis of Kingston-upon-Hull. Active on the production front since 2014, he's chalked up releases on labels including Nervous, Toolroom and New State – as well, of course, as Cheeky Trax, with whom he previously released the single Rotate almost exactly a year ago.
Crazy Fluke's productions have spanned a range of deep, progressive and tech-house styles – there's even been the odd excursion into D&B territory – and as such, have found favour with everyone from Joseph Capriati to Horse Meat Disco. This latest excursion on the Champion Records sub-label, though, comes from the deeper side of the tech-house spectrum, while also sporting a distinctive, haunting female vocal.
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