|Seven track preview of the new D*Note album Fuchsia Dog|
Matt Winn releases 'Shed My Skin' on Channel 4 Recordings after a four year absence and is the creative force behind D*Note. 'Shed My Skin' is quite simply a beautifully crafted house record with sweeping live strings and modulating bass lines overlaid with the vocal talents of Anita Kelsey. Pete Heller and PMT deliver two very fine mixes that are already attracting praise from Pete Tong and Paul Oakenfold. 'Shed My Skin' is taken from the forthcoming album 'Fuchsia Dog', due for release on 22 April.
'Fuchsia Dog' is quite simply a beautiful album, one of the few released without any samples. Matt confesses 'I don't think I've even worked out where the sample button is on my machine' as he creates all the music himself. Used as the soundtrack to his new short film 'Out Of The Game', each track was originally conceived as an album project and takes you on a delicate journey.
D*Note (AKA Matt Winn) emerged in the early 1990's with a mission to take UK dance music into hitherto unexplored musical areas. The first album 'Babel' was released in 1993, followed by 'Criminal Justice' in 1995. In 1996 Matt produced a 30 minute film, Coming Down, a hilariously accurate account of a group of friends wasting time together after a hard days night clubbing. Channel 4 subsequently went onto to broadcast 'Coming Down' and The film was shown to such acclaim that the soundtrack was released as a separate mini-album in 1997.
Now the multi-faceted artist, composer, musician, filmmaker and video director is back with a new single 'Shed My Skin' and album 'Fuchsia Dog' released on Channel 4 Recordings. Tracks from the album are also featured on Matt's new short film 'Out of the Game' to be screened on Channel 4 on 24 April and on FilmFour on 9 May. The film is set in Ibiza and depicts two old-time clubbers coming to terms with the end of the party.
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