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Idris Elba’s 7Wallace reveals EP by Natalie Wood & N:Fostell

Having previously featured artists such as Norman Cook, Pete Tong and Andrea Oliva, the latest release on Idris Elba’s burgeoning 7Wallace imprint comes courtesy of London based vocalist Natalie Wood and esteemed producer N:Fostell. The Circles EP, which also features a remix from Idris and a Dub of the original, is out now.

N:Fostell’s deep driving bassline underpins the original, whilst Wood’s dreamy vocal explores the tracks central theme. The Idris Elba remix is a rugged rework featuring a fresh bassline and scattered percussive elements from the label boss, with the additional dub mix providing a dancefloor ready edit of the original.

Making his debut on 7Wallace, N:Fostell has been producing music since he was teenager. He has garnered support from the likes of MK, T Williams and Toddla T whilst maintaining a strong presence in the UK clubbing scene over the years. Natalie Wood, who initially connected with N:Fostell over Instagram, is also making her first appearance on the label, having previously provided vocals for Low Steppa amongst others.

The ‘Circles’ EP is out now via 7Wallace on all digital platforms.

Tracklist:

  1. Natalie Wood x N:Fostell – Circles

  2. Natalie Wood x N:Fostell – Circles (Idris Elba Remix)

  3. Natalie Wood x N:Fostell – Circles (Dub)

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