Have you heard about Kry Wolf? The answer to this is yes, even if it isn't. Their recent release was a collaboration with dirtybird don Claude VonStroke, as well as a string of original music that was put out on their own label Sound of Sumo and not to honourably mention their involvement with imprint Party Like Us.
Kry Wolf is the pairing of Bill Francis and Lewis Darvill. They have an appetite for bass and a voracious hunger to never to pigeon-holed. So far they've achieved that through the string of 'what the eff?!' bootlegs and remixes from Lady Gaga to The Streets, Udachi to CanBlaster, as well as the aforementioned original tunes. Their recognition on the circuit is growing rapidly, with stable residencies across the south west, 2 performances at Bestival and some action in one of London's musical sanctuaries; fabric (edit - I was gonna say something mean here, but where's the good in that, ey?).
Their production spans genres and their performances mirror this, playing anything from house to garage, UK funky, maybe even a little Cliff Richard. Their records have been played by Zinc, Mary Anne Hobbs, A-Trak, Sub Focus, The Martin Brothers, Mosca and more. If that's not variation then I don't even know what the Royal Variety Show is about.
They'll be playing some new material due out on Food Music (Shadow Child x Kry Wolf new label) this Friday at Cable as well. That should tickle your fancy, unless you're a feather. They did a mix and interview for The Fat! Club last year. I say last year, it was in fact last month as well so it's fresh as daisys and the mix is a bloody marvellous listen whilst you peruse the interview.