Premiere: Go on a serious journey with Braxton's 'Late Night Edit' of Ry X's Howling

Premiere: Go on a serious journey with Braxton's 'Late Night Edit' of Ry X's Howling

The Brighton-based DJ's latest is pretty special.

Hailing from Brighton, Braxton is an emerging DJ/producer who's already crafted beautiful remixes for the likes of RUFUS and Snakehips, along with a heap of originals. Most recently, his original single Body copped support from BBC 1 Radio tastemakers like Pete Tong and Danny Howard, along with plenty of spins over here on triple j.

Today we're very excited to premiere a fanstastic new edit from Braxton of Ry X's Howling. Sliding in at a luxurious seven minutes, it's a steady grower that never goes too hard, rather just letting you settle into its groove with some gentle vocals from Ry X and some seriously deep rhythms. Get lost in it below, and head if you're not familiar with the man we suggest a little dig through his back catalogue, there's plenty of gold to be found.

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