In the world of electronic music there are few tracks that have had such a cult following or have influenced people’s musical palette as Underworld’s iconic Born Slippy. Given credence by the cult film, Trainspotting, Born Slippy influenced an entire generation and paved the way for the countless dance tracks that followed it. This pumping tracks hits the Beatport House Chart at #33 today.
But that was almost two decades ago; it’s about time it was given a new lease of life and brought bang up to date. So, on point as ever, Zulu Records have put Matt Caseli, Terry Lex and Catraz on the case to give Born Slippy.Nuxx a slick rework for 2014 and with it, destroy dancefloors worldwide.
‘One of the biggest tracks in our sets all summer. More people asking about this than any other track!‘ – My Digital Enemy
Zulu regular, Matt Caseli steps up alongside Terry Lex to deliver the groove filled house weapon while Catraz lays down the hip hop tinged vocals. Punchy beats, deep tones and a system-shaking bassline are what make this track the ultimate peak time pleasure.
Gaining support across the board from the likes of Cedric Gervais, Jerome Robins, Firebeatz, Matteo DiMarr, D.O.N.S. and Sonny Wharton, the trio’s fresh approach to a classic is gaining massive respect so expect to hear this version, like the original, to stand the test the time.