Tsuba, Morris Audio, Fear of Flying, Hypercolour and 20:20 Vision for starters

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The UK house scene can't seem to get enough of Michael Dodman aka Dj Huxley. He has truly found his place in the electronic music scene in the UK with breakout songs ‘Let It Go’ and ‘Box Clever’. During his early days producing he was very much influenced by garage house. Huxley first got a taste of garage from the song ‘My love’ by Keli Le Roc. You can hear his sexy beats vary between garage house to now more and more deep house. The talented producer enjoys mixing up his sound by collaborating with friends and other Djs such as Ethyl, which he dropped on his last label Saints & Sonnets. Since then he has released tracks for famous labels such as Tsuba, Morris Audio, Fear of Flying, Hypercolour and 20:20 Vision for starters. To each label he brings to the table a versatile sound for each. We have seen Huxley use more groovy beats with full vocals, while still staying true to his garage sounds as he always shows robust, bass-led house music. He never fails to win over all dance lovers.

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'Let it go'

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