Krafty Kuts brings it in '4Gee$' on Westwood Recordings 100th Release [EDM Sauce Premiere]

Breakdancer, Pastry Critic, Funk Protege – a mere aspect of the various descriptors that might be used for Martin Reeves, AKA, Krafty Kuts. The critically acclaimed UK-based DJ/Producer has a narrative outlined by journey, turmoil, and triumph. Deeply immersed within the late 80s beat scene, Reeves was infatuated with dance music from its inception. Before taking over the Krafty Kuts moniker, Reeves was performing in his band Wicked City alongside legends by the likes of The Rolling Stones, and The Prodigy. Thriving on this planet of creation, Reeves’ passions have been muddied by an odd-job tragedy. The file spinning riot was working as machinist constructing fireplaces when he sawed off the left facet ideas of his most valuable gift- his fingers. Years of dedication and success halted within the blink of an eye fixed.

Krafty Kuts – ‘4Gee$’

Not to any shock, the electro-funk producer’s hearth disaster truly fed his urge for food for achievement. As the accident healed at an exponential fee, Reeves was extra impressed than ever to share his craft with the world, exceeding expectations when he went on to conceptualize Krafty Kuts- the bass-centric, break beat phenomenon that shines on the apex of latest future funk. With a private story of epic proportions, it solely is sensible that his tracks align with that notion. Krafty Kuts’ newest drop, “4Gee$” is a shuffle-ready, mid tempo, collision of deep home and funk. Unfettered and unbound, this joint is 1 of four of the unreleased tracks on Westwood Recordings’ 100th launch. This celebratory milestone is a benchmark within the label’s historical past. Founded in 2013 by Nick Middleton (½ of the Funk Hunters) Westwood has launched music from pioneers as notable as Jurassic 5’s Chali 2na. Rooted in the concept artist’s wants come first, Westwood has change into a monument in a slew of artists careers. The 100th launch options 20 tracks beforehand launched tracks from the label’s historical past, boasting tracks from The Funk Hunters, OPIUO, and Moontricks.