Taking influences from classic grime, dubstep, jungle, garage, Middle Eastern sounds and whatever else takes his fancy, Bristol’s Sir Hiss is quickly establishing himself as one of the most promising young producers on the underground circuit.
If you’ve been anywhere near a soundsystem in the last year, you’ve probably heard his outstanding Danny Uzi Vert, which is already being hailed by some as the release of the year.
If you’ve been anywhere near a soundsystem in the last year, you’ve probably heard his outstanding Danny Uzi Vert
Due for release this March on Infernal Sounds, the vinyl only two-track EP IFSXXX001 includes his equally brilliant Taj Mahal. Pre orders sold out within half an hour, but limited copies will be available at the launch event at Idles Hands on 2 March. Sir Hiss himself will be on the decks, along with Sub Basics and special guest Gemmy.
He’s following up his EP launch with a string of local sets including a massive lineup from the Freerange crew at Blue Mountain, alongside Caspa, Kahn and Neek with Commodo and Killa P, Joker and Flirta D, and Egoless.
Sir Hiss has put together an exclusive 30-minute mix for Nitelife NOISE. Listen for yourself to see why he’s shaping up to be next in line to take the crown for Bristol’s best grime producer.