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hi Hugh, the first thing i did when i started listening to this was TURN IT UP! -because i thought it started nicely, then it builds well and gets dirty- wicked vocals, and euphoric main. Keep up the good work mate.
really deep dark intro and percussion well played with, cool effects and all and nice vocal to layer with, track was ok for me took a while to get started... but when the pads and arping lead come in really lifts the track making it really great. cool tune i like those airy phat sounds. Rated!
Hugh Campbell's musical career started in 1999 after discovering his natural ability composing progressive Trance, and Industrial arrangements. Although his music is ever changing, these genres still feature heavily in his work today. Hugh's music is highly regarded within the Independent music community worldwide and is constantly growing in popularity.
Hugh signed up with independent record label Neon Wave Productions in 2004; an independent label based in Glasgow, Scotland and released his first 5 track EP was titled “Spiritual Revelation”. In early 2005, Hugh pursued his own marketing and distribution of his work – offering track downloads for free and collaborating with other artists.
In 2005, Hugh, claimed the 2nd place award for the South African Music Industry Online (MIO) Annual remix competition, falling but 1 point behind the overall winner, Vaughan Phillips. The competition features some of the best electronic music producers from all across South Africa in varying skill levels ranging from bedroom producers, to highly recognized musicians.
Throughout 2006 and 2007, Hugh's work was featured several times on the popular Sound Republic podcasts, hosted by Derek “the bandit” Richardson – a well known South African Radio personality. Hugh's work has been played on numerous shows since and has been featured on hundreds of podcasts and web radio shows worldwide and as a result, Hugh's work has received many positive reviews in magazines like Sync'Up and Wired Mag.
Currently, Hugh is signed with South African independent record label, Multitude Music and compiled two releases; “Monolith EP” in 2008 and Hugh's first artist album, “The Comedown Machine” in 2009. Hugh has worked alongside other independent and emerging musicians namely; Christina Berry, Patrick Sweeny, Ryan Vickers, Vaughan Phillips a.k.a Syntrax, Nick Easlern, Michelle Freeman, Fady Fyad (Psy Sprit), Alpha FX, Diverje, Morne V and others.
Hugh also composes and produces music for film and computer / console games.