Home / News / No Requests debut on Zulu Records

No Requests debut on Zulu Records

London based house producer No Requests brings his sound to Zulu Records for the first time. After his recent Toolroom release, he’s already making substantial waves, especially since Danny Howard premiered ‘Staccato’ on BBC Radio 1. With big support from the likes of Mark Knight, he’s firmly cementing himself as a clubbers favourite for summer 2017. Keeping a consistent release schedule, ‘Work That Body’ comes after a Whore House record, that turned heads all over the field.

Zulu are continuing to celebrate their 5th anniversary in style. After tracks from James Lock, The Oddictions, Sonny Wharton and Jason Chance, they’re now well into their hundreds when it comes to releasing, and something tells us they aren’t about to stop anytime soon. Next up is the old-school sound of No Requests’ ‘Work That Body,’ which is a dead-cert to get the dancefloor moving.

Driven by percussive stabs and a ferocious backbeat, you’ll soon be pumping your fist to this one. Heavy open hi-hats and a whomping bassline give the track its edge, there’s no doubt that this will sound huge in an underground club. With nostalgic hip-hop vocal samples, big build-ups and floor-shaking drops, ‘Work That Body’ is absolute fire from start to finish.

Another great find from Zulu, who continue to break the mold with every single release. You’ll soon be hearing a lot more of No Requests and ‘Work That Body’ – watch this space…


About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

Check Also

YOUNG OTHER Releases Official Music Video for “Between The Few”

 Hard Alternative Rock Band YOUNG OTHER has released the official music video for the title track off …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.