Billie Ray Martin’s new single
Iconic house music figure Billie Ray Martin is back with a new single and video. After all, a cover of David Bowie’s 1970 song, sees Billie Ray Martin reworking the classic into a deep stripped back dancefloor ready track. The depth of the song brings to mind Billie’s work as part of Electribe 101 and the original gets an interesting treatment through the work of Mijk van Dijk and Caesar Gergess.
After all is set for release on July 13th on Disco Activisto and the tracks have already received support from David Bowie himself, Luke Solomon “What’s not to love? Full support from me“, Aerea Negrot “This is hot“, Kim Ann Foxman (Hercules and Love Affair) “Really nice release, deep and fresh, Billie sounds great“, Electrosexual, Zerocrop, Tensnake, Joyce Muniz (Exploited), Marcus Holder (Kiss FM), Pathaan (BBC), Xanthe Fuller (BBC Radio 1) and Napoleon.
Listen to the songs on Bandcamp and read more about Billie Ray Martin’s latest news on Kaltblut, BBC Radio 6, So So Gay, Cedarlounge, Dalston Superstore, Microglobe, Gscene Mag, T Fight, Music Riot, Berry Lady 110, Music Videos Deconstructed, Human Fascination, Polari Magazine (twice), Luke Solomon’s new mix CD, Out in the City, Soul Guru, The Plus Paper, Frequency, Time Out London, Love like maniac and Elektro Beats.
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