Man Without A Clue
Somehow, against all odds a leafy quiet town in the north west of Holland has spawned an artist who’s passion for real house music, and determination in the studio has made him clearly stand out amongst his peers.
Man Without A Clue – officially the only new house music artist to have collaborated with 3 of the true originators of the sound, legends; Todd Terry, Kenny Dope & Roger Sanchez, who’ve all welcomed him into the scene with open arms, naming him the number 1 producer to continue delivering the raw NYC house sound they pioneered.
With releases on Defected, Dopewax, Skream’s Of Unsound Mind label & Suara under his belt, and new projects forthcoming on Tough Love’s Get Twisted Records & Love & Other, the Dutch producer is fast becoming a force to be reckoned with; his clear trademark sound that draws a heavy influence from the old skool, yet manages to sound completely fresh gives him a unique position in the scene.
A defining moment for Man Without A Clue was his track “When I Play This Record” dropping on Defected’s sister label DFTD, Stated as the ‘biggest underground record of Ibiza 2014’ by DMC and supported by the a-list of house heavyweights. The MWAC movement is also being championed by BBC Radio 1’s Danny Howard, Hannah Wants, Low Steppa, Mark Knight, Tough Love, Stacey Pullen, Maya Jane Coles and many more..
2015 has already seen the launch of Clueless Music with the single “Morning”, a week in the studio in NYC with Kenny Dope during which they worked on a number of new records for Dopewax, a huge remix for Soul Divide’s “Catch The Light” and new projects with Mr V, Rae and Kevin Knapp all underway.
There’s no stopping this young talent as he aims high.. shoots and scores.
“I spotted MWAC a couple of years ago and knew he would be a force 2 be reckoned with in the new House Movement. His beats & Basslines are super tight & he ups his game with every release” ROGER SANCHEZ Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.