Gorgon City – Primal Call

primal call

Fresh off the back of their massive Duke Dumont collaboration ‘Real Life’, popular UK duo Gorgon City have unveiled their new label REALM, hosting debut release Primal Call.

Their REALM imprint, designed to act as a platform for their more club focused tracks and underground sounds, marks an exciting chapter in Gorgon City’s highly successful career so far, with Kye and Matt stating:

“We’ve been planning to launch our imprint for a long time and it now feels like the perfect time to release ‘Primal Call’, after getting great reactions over the summer. We wanted the debut to be a new track from us, to set the vibe of what’s to come on the label.We can’t wait to release more great music on REALM, so watch this space!”

Having established themselves as one of the most in-demand acts in the industry, Gorgon City have enjoyed stellar success over the past 5-years thanks to their unique blend of bass-driven house music and addictive vocals. The British pair, consisting of Kye Gibbon and Matt Robson-Scott, have developed a huge international presence, playing to enormous crowds of dedicated fans around the world.

A powerful chord-led release laced with a thumping bassline and euphoric breakdown, the pair use elongated sirens and haunting vocal echoes to showcase their highly polished production skills, displaying their prowess for more rugged, minimalistic beats.

The label will cater for thesonics found in their popular weekly KINGDOM radio show, and eclectic DJ sets, with the boys pumping the track out regularly during their Amnesia Ibiza residency this summer. Gaining support from a number of the industry’s biggest names, including Armand Van Helden, Richy Ahmed, Fatboy Slim & Paul Woolford, the track is set for release on Friday 29th September, and will precede their biggest ever 22-date KINGDOM tour across the UK & North America this Autumn, including a Brooklyn Warehouse party and two nights at Exchange in Los Angeles.


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