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Production duo Streets Made Innovators announce brand new DEVLIN remix – Taken from their Remix EP out 25th March

‘Listen’ sees Streets Made Innovators (or S.M.I) on a more jazz inspired tip. They continue their output of grime remixes with this remix of Devlin’s ‘Switch Up’ and introduce a jazz element to the original bars. Listen here.

Hidden away in a north London studio for most of 2016 the pair have already recorded an EPs worth of remixes as they take on some of Grime’s finest. This remix along with previous releases (Wiley’s ‘One Step Further’ and ‘Dubz’ a minimal bass guitar driven remix of Jammz’ ‘Hit Then Run’) are included in the EP out end of March. Tracks which so far have racked up over 20k listens on Soundcloud and have garnered support form Link Up TV, GRM Daily, Gigslutz, UKHH and many more.

Streets Made Innovators or S.M.I take the core sound of Grime and add their own stamp in the studio. This London duo of Vandol and Carnage record their own live beats and instruments to produce a raw and stripped back sound for mcs to jump on or to add vocal tracks to. The pair have previously presented Big Narstie with the ‘Best Grime Act’ award at the Urban Music Awards in 2014 and have ‘One To Watch’ features in Mobo.com and Music Week to their name. Watch out for more remixes as they gear up for the EP launch in March.

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