London’s latest dance music collective Passion Froot lay down the follow up to their debut single ‘Alright Then’- a top 15 UK Urban Chart hit. Their second release, ‘Room 4 One More’ comes in three shades of bass – with remixes from Das Kapital and Bart B More.
A mix of British, French and Italian heritage, this trio have worked individually with a host of major names – counting Lil John, WSTRN and Lady Leshurr among them – and they’ve also played London clubs, underground, pirate and commercial radio stations along the way.
For Will, Mike and Robin, Passion Froot was borne from a love of progressive nightlife – their studio is a place where the possibilities are limitless. The result? A collective sound that is awash in Pop, Funk, House and Garage influences, “Its all about the spiritual and fun side of clubbing, the conscious ravers, who are also house music lovers. As Eddie Amadour said; House music is a spiritual thing” Says Will.
‘Room 4 One More’ is out now with a remix dropping each following week. The track is a celebration of the Afro House influences that continue to sweep through House music thanks to the likes of Black Coffee and Defected Records newest signing Black Motion. The accented vocal on ‘Room 4 One More’ holds echoes of the Chase ‘n’ Status and Riton tracks that came before.
Released on Obviously Recording, B Bart More’s take is rudeboy bass lines from start to finish he said: “I was really into ‘Alright Then’ and then they asked me to remix ‘Room 4 One More’…with that sick vocal I couldn’t refuse! It plays so well into my current musing of UK Garage and bass lines, and it makes for an even better drop…well done Passion Froot!”
South Africa’s Das Kapital threw a different take on his remix: “Room 4 One More is a really fun and upbeat record, and I love taking tracks like that in a completely different direction I set out to make something bashy and rough out of something clean and methodical. The end product is something that draws on a lot of different sounds and ideas I’ve been listening to, to create something a little menacing but most importantly fun. It’s a grimy, rough and tumble track that’s been working a treat for me when I play it out, with just enough feel good in the breakdown to bring it all crumbling down when it kicks off again.”
‘Room 4 One More’ is out now – you can keep up-to-date with all things Passion Froot here.