LUKE SOLOMON is undeniably one of British house music’s unsung heroes, with an impressive track record of underground success
I received all the cables and finally introduced them into both my studio and DJ Set ups.
Not only are they a wonderful colour but the sound quality is simply wonderful.
I am currently using them to track various vintage instruments, guitars and bass through my API lunch box and the combination is fantastic.
I have also been running iPhone synths through the pre- amp into my main mixer and the results have been quite simply, marvelous.
No-one could debate Luke Solomon’s dance music credentials. From setting up the seminal label Classic Recordings with Derrick Carter to taking quirky house to the UK Top 10 and international charts, with his band Freaks, to DJing around the globe and performing live, Luke has been there for many of the more interesting 4/4 moments of the last decade.
After kicking off his DJ career at Middlesex University in the early 90’s, it wasn’t long before Luke was moving in the upper reaches of house music. A gig with Derrick Carter led the two to become friends, after which Classic Recordings was born. For 9 years, the label introduced the world to the likes of DJ Sneak, Tiefschwarz, Isolee and Freeform 5 and garnered a cult following until distribution difficulties led to the last single issuing forth in 2006.