What they say…
Eddie Piller (Acid Jazz Records)
Smoove hails from Newcastle Upon Tyne and is now well established as a Producer, International DJ, Live performer, Re-mixer and label boss of Wack Records and Wass Records.
His presence in the UK and Europe expanded with tours promoting the late 2005 release of his debut album “Dead Men’s Shirts” on Acid Jazz Records from which came the hit singles “Coming Back” and “The Revolution Will Be Televised”. 2006 saw the creation of his highly successfull mash-up label Wack Records, with its first two releases “Big Love” and “Quality Soul” rocking the German club charts at number 15.
Smoove released his second Solo album “Gravy” in 2007 which featured the single “Tired Feet” and the B-Boy, Break-Dancing anthem “I’m A Man” which received heavy rotation from Craig Charles BBC6 Radio Funk & Soul Show.
Recent productions have escalated to great heights with his unmistakable Smoove sound. A raise in profile has resulting in many high profile artists requesting Smoove remixes from the likes of Digital Underground, Bahama Soul Club, The New Mastersounds, Malente, Andy Smith (Portishead) and Ju Ju Orchestra to name a few.
Smoove is also part of successful collaboration Smoove & Turrell, having released first album “Antique Soul” on Jalapeno Records in 2009, which featured the hit single “Beggarman”. This was followed by the release of albums “Eccentric Audio” in 2011, “Broken Toys” in 2014, “Crown Posada” in 2016 and their highly acclaimed “Mount Pleasant” in 2018. Smoove & Turrell are currently a household name and have performed live sessions on BBC Radio 2, BBC 6 Music, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5 and many prestige festivals in Europe and in the U.K such as Glastonbury, The Big Chill, Evolution & Kendall Calling.