New Track: Tell Me Where – El. Train

UK producer EL. TRAIN teases his fans with a fresh new single ‘Tell Me Where’ ahead of anticipated album ‘Puzzles’ coming early summer 2019.

His first release for 2019, ‘Tell Me Where’ brings EL. TRAIN’s signature sound that combines hip-hop, R&B and electronic beats to the forefront, through the soulful bounce production, giving a taste of what’s to come on the 13 track album next month.

With a growing collaboration list that counts some of the hottest emerging UK talent in Pip Millett, Sam Wills, Iyamah, Age of L.U.N.A., Jerome Thomas, Barney Artist, Cold Callers, Kudu Blue, Sidders and Miki Rose, EL. TRAIN has amassed over five million streams as well as support from tastemakers including Soulection and NTS radio.

As one of the UK scene’s brightest emerging producers he is making serious waves on both sides of the Atlantic with additional support coming from MistaJam, Huw Stevens, DJ Target, BBC Introducing South, Complexion (Radio Westside), Rinse FM, NTS, Reprezent Radio and Soulection DJ’s.  His reputation as a UK tastemaker haven’t gone unnoticed either, with the producer been picked up for a monthly Soho Radio radio residency to further showcase his eye for upcoming talent.

EL. TRAIN further cement his place as one of the hottest UK producers by slamming this soulful house beauty…check it out below…

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New Music Video: The Stone – Jerome Thomas

Following the release of his acclaimed debut EP ‘Conversations’, East London vocal powerhouse, JEROME THOMAS presents a mesmerising performance in the new video – directed by Christopher Cargill whose portfolio includes Giggs and Emeli Sandé –  for lead track, ‘The Stone’.

‘The Stone’ is one of the lighter more self-explanatory tracks from the socially conscious EP, tackling topics that still remain taboo within the music industry. It is a personal and sincere body of work, devoid of banality, inspired by Jerome’s observations of society and conversations with close family and friends.

The Dalston native has been championed by the likes of The Fader, i-D, Idol Magazine and MTV, as well as receiving key radio support from BBC Radio 1, 1Xtra and Rinse FM. Having headlined a number of sold out shows at Bush Hall, Notting Hill Arts Club and Queen Of Hoxton, and aligning himself with revered industry peers such as Hannah Faith (Soulection), Black The Ripper, Footsie (Newham Generals) and Davinche, it is becoming increasingly difficult to ignore the talents of this genre-defying artist….check him out!