With shared influences currently including Justice, Fedde Le Grand, Calvin Harris, Example, Basement Jaxx and Daft Punk, the collective’s sound clearly reflects the thrill of dance-pop’s genre-trashing cutting-edge and reaching for something fresh and unique, while grounding each track in a melody of timeless memorability. And each new combination of creatives imprinted its distinctive dynamic, rolling back the borders of The Urban State still further.
Don’t Say A Word
Soulful, sultry and squelchy when it counts, a celebration of the all-consuming need to get on the floor.
Pumping four-four beats keep the mood tight, right?
Satisfy My Love
Miss Reprazent takes centre stage and lays down some soulful new commandments.
Love On Loop
Moody Latin flavours meet a bassline straight out of the sleepless city.
If love is a drug, here’s where you score some musical euphoria.
Feel It Taking Hold
Classic disco flavours crash the party and take it higher – throw your hands up.
Red Wine & Cigarettes
Reflect, regret, move on stronger. A mellow, melancholy survivor’s anthem.
Doctor’s In The House
Partying. It’s not a crime. Feel the groove come up, this is audio ecstasy.
A strung-out Miss Reprazent has a diva-off with a hyperactive slap bass – irresistibly funky.
Old-school piano chords, driving beats and a chorus that’s catchy like, er, love.
Echos of beach holiday anthems bathe bittersweet harmonies in golden warmth.
Somebody Else’s Lover
Cue the strings and the big tune. Time to dance away the heartache one more time.