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Last November saw XL Recordings reignite their "Chapter" series of compilations ... such as The Prodigy's "Charly", Liquid's "Sweet Harmony" and SL2's "On A Ragga Tip." Massien first came to light in 2013 as part of the second wave of producers to emerge.
The independents and majors have been going head-to-head before a U.S. Senate committee regarding EMI's -- the smallest of the major labels -- dispersal and ... She achieved it all under the indie label XL Recordings, with some help from Sony, who.
XL Recordings, the independent label which released Adele's ... Early successes included SL2's On A Ragga Tip and The Prodigy's rave anthem Charly. The global success of The Prodigy's third album, Fat Of The Land, allowed the label to expand and it signed.
Only sign artists you really like, give them free rein, have no regard for business . . . XL Recordings boss Richard Russell reveals ... putting out records such as SL2's On A Ragga Tip and the Prodigy's Charly. Simon Reynolds, author of rave bible Energy.
SL2 – “On A Ragga Tip” Coming from the rave scene myself, I was surrounded by all the big anthems. And this again is another pioneering tune that opened the door to XL recordings becoming one of the biggest indie labels on the dance scene.
5) Kaytranada, 99.9% (XL Recordings) For a guy who still shares a bedroom with his little brother, Haitian-Canadian producer Kaytranada has earned his young rep like a true G, spending the good majority of SoundCloud ... this now: Q-Tip is the most.
‘Walk and Skank’, originally released in 1984 on the Black Dreader label, became a UK dancehall classic, but it was London rave collective SL2 who brought Jah Screechy's vocal to a mass audience in 1992 with the XL Recordings release ‘On A Ragga Tip’.
And finally, he’ll release his proper debut album 99.9% on May 6 via XL Recordings, a 15-track album that Kaytranada can call his own. Kaytranada’s career hasn’t followed an ordinary trajectory; not since the deep-cut remixes on his Soundcloud page.