New Artists Added to The Waveform Transmitter’s House For The Homeless Record

More exciting news from The Waveform Transmitter’s Ste Knight as two further artists are added to the impressive list of contributors.

It is truly humbling when you have a plethora of great artists willing to put in time and hard work to help you support a cause such as Crisis. Our House for the Homeless charity compilation was announced last week to a great reception, and we have more exciting news to bring you.

Up to now, we have Mr.CDanny HowellsYousefKristin VelvetElectric Rescue, LonyaOdetteDaniel Steinberg, and Matuss all committed to our cause. Well, we can confirm that they are to be joined by UK house-head Demi, and Leeds/London duo Jamie Adams and Matt Mason, AKA Jammhot.

Demi‘s attitude towards music – that it is something that should benefit everyone who hears it (an ethos that he wears emblazoned across his chest) – meant that it was a no-brainer to get him involved. Alongside producing a track just for the record, Demi has kindly offered to provide an exclusive remix of a track he released on his Eyetone Records imprint, which was produced by Jammhot. We can tell you now, that Jammhot‘s track is a veritable slice of summer, perfect for the July release date.

We’re holding the details close to our chest for now, but keep an eye out for future announcements which will include the track-list that we will feature on the record. We can’t wait to drop this all over your ears! #HouseForTheHomeless

Author: Ste Knight

Editor at The Waveform Transmitter. Lover of acid basslines, cavernous kick drums, and dark rooms. Cut his teeth to Surgeon's blistering techno assault at T-Funkshun in Liverpool and hasn't stopped for breath since.

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