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“Brett Gould is an inspiring sign of life on the front lines of British house music.”
“Like a cross between Martin Ikin’s ‘Rhythm’ and Gorgon City’s ‘Thor’ Brett Gould’s ‘Rhythm Drop’ is a pure dancefloor monster.”
Born and raised in East London, everything about Brett Gould’s career so far has been about a slow development of his sound. From his debut single ‘Premonition’ on Low Bit Records, Brett’s music has been pricking up ears on a remarkably regular basis. So much so, that releases have swiftly followed on the likes of Toolroom, Glasgow Underground and OFF Recordings with ‘Rhythm Drop’ reaching number 12 in the Beatport Tech House Charts, and DJ support coming from the likes of Rob da Bank, Monki (BBC Radio1,) Josh Butler, Waifs and Strays, Sasha and Doctor Dru.
Further releases have seen him gain support from B.Traits, Lee Foss, Skream, Groove Armada, Steve Lawler, Wally Lopez, Tensnake & Low Steppa. Remix wise, Brett made a name for himself with his re-work of Kevin McKay’s ‘Club Trax’ on OFF Recordings, which reached the Top 20 in the Beatport Deep House Chart, and his remix of Grum’s ‘In Love’ doing the same on Trice/Armada Recordings. His Remix Of Illyus & Barrientos 'Need Me' being the stand out remix so far.
Brett has been regularly playing his original brand of rolling funky tech & deep house on the uk circuit and has been billed on the same flyers with Sasha, Denney, Raffa FL, Sam Divine, Franky Rizzardo, Eskuche & Nu Sky, Mike Vale, and Mark Fancuilli. Brett’s residency at The Light Box in London has been going from strength to strength as he gains momentum.
His release on Glasgow Underground ’All Of A Sudden' recently hit the number 1 spot on Track It Down followed by ‘Belong’ on Lapsus Music which charted high on Beatport & Traxsource. Hie has now been signed to Riva Starrs Snatch records and his next release has been remixed by Italian superstars Paul C & Paolo Martini. It is fair to say that Brett Gould looks set to make 2016 his year.