Off the back of a successful Australian tour, house veteran Miguel Campbell unveils his latest two-track EP ‘Girls Come Round’, due out on 6th April. The EP drops following his latest release ‘The Things I Tell You’ in early March.
‘Girls Come Round’ utilises seductive French electro beats tinged across the production, in Miguel’s signature sound. Released on Miguel’s own imprint Outcross Records, ‘Girls Come Round’ is a silky floorfiller primed for afterhours vibes, with a sultry hook adding atmosphere to the track.
Having enjoyed a fruitful double-decade career, Miguel Campbell has been making his mark on the house scene since the early 90s. The Leeds-born producer and selector has enjoyed an accolade of releases on prolific labels including No. 19 Music, Soul Clap’s Wolf + Lamb and most notably, Hot Creations, through which he showcased the timeless ‘Something Special’.
Playing alongside Steve Lawler, KiNK and Kölsch among many others, Miguel has headlined some of the world’s biggest parties and ended 2016 with a tour around Australia and Fiji following his hugely successful club mix of Janet Jackson’s ‘DAMN BABY’.
Fast forward to the present day, and Miguel‘s relentless march continues as he churns out more music,as well as enjoying a hectic touring schedule that has seen him tour Mexico twice, as well as performing across South America.
Having recently collaborated with Australian producer Colour Castle on ‘I Know A Place’, Miguel also recently remixed the rising Australian star’s release with Roland Clark, titled ‘Can’t Buy This’.
Correlating nicely with his tour schedule, the release dropped amidst Miguel’s month-long touring schedule across Australia, seeing him play at renowned venues in the major cities, including Melbourne, Sydney, Perth and Auckland, to name a few.
‘Girls Come Round’ is one of many exciting releases to be shared by Miguel Campbell this year, with big plans due to be announced very soon.
Girls Come Round by Miguel Campbell https://t.co/5VVVDgc2Qz
— Matt Hughes (@matthughesmusic) 7 Απριλίου 2018