Correigh is definitely a standout UK artist in our eyes, continuing to make a sizeable imprint as both a quality vocalist and song writer building her international profile and musical catalogue as she grows.
We have already hear of features alongside artists such as Kevin Saunderson (Inner City), Majora, Roska and more. With a very distinct sound yet unique sound, she transcends the traditional dancefloor records whilst also incorporating a touch of commercial viability showcased from Radio One exposure to Ibiza with a string of live shows, apt to say this is just the beginning for Correigh and her production partner.
Stolen EP comes in the form of a solid 5 track pack taking in a fluent mix of genres
The lead single ‘Stolen’ hails an immediate reference to Goldie’s ‘Inner City Life’ with a touch of ‘Everything But The Girl’ and an early Way out West intonation, classic and great production. As the tracks progress we hear top production from Roska and Jook 10 delivering an impeccable Urban-House Remix, a co-feature from EKT01 widely known for his output on Full Cycle (Roni Size’s imprint), then moving to a modern Deep House rendition rolling out a cutting edge interpretation with Turrican turning round a trademark mix on ‘Stay With Me Till Dawn’ before finishing with a Neo-Pop approach that ensures worldwide radio airplay.
Take a listen below and get ready for the full release on March 1st, 2018
As a refreshing new artist we can already see Correigh and her latest Stolen EP continue to break through the scene with a rapid approach to the global stage. The feedback from key industry, influencers and associated radio shows already prove she is onto a good thing. Electric Mode openly suggests taking a deeper look into her music and prepare for some cool collaborations indeed staying ahead of the curve as we know it.
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