ADDISON GROOVE SHARES “SAVAGE HENRY,” NEW TRACK OFF TRANSISTOR RHYTHM
TRANSISTOR RHYTHM OUT APRIL 3 ON MODESELEKTOR’S 50 WEAPONS
Recording as Headhunter with an LP and 12” releases on the influential Tempa label stretching back to 2007, Anthony Williams (aka Addison Groove) achieved legendary status within the dubstep scene. His work at the deeper end of the spectrum graced the label an impressive seven times. This work looked as though it would continue until 2012, when, seemingly out of nowhere, he crafted one of the biggest bass music tracks of the decade, “Footcrab,” under the new name of Addison Groove. The track brought an enormous new audience to his music as it got plays by techno and house heavyweights, including Aphex Twin, Surgeon, Ricardo Villalobos and Mr. Scruff. Taking inﬂuences from the Chicago ghetto tek and juke scenes, Addison Groove’s impact on UK bass music has been colossal and unprecedented, sparking a huge interest in these styles from his peers and the listening public, alike.
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