Acclaimed electronic producer Four Tet releases the first official remix for his latest KH single ‘Looking At Your Pager’ by Clipz via Ministry Of Sound.
In May, Four Tet returned to his KH moniker to release ‘Looking At Your Pager’, his first KH release since 2019’s ‘Only Human’. Sampling 3LW’s 2000 hit ‘No More (Baby I’ma Do Right)’, ‘Looking At Your Pager’ received praise from NPR, Pitchfork, Billboard, The Fader, and more for the unique duality of its modern club-oriented production and throwback R&B sample.
Adored by DJs both before and after its official release, ‘Looking At Your Pager’ has been heard on festival stages throughout the summer. Supported by the likes of Fred again, Skrillex, Floating Points, Peggy Gou, and more, ‘Looking At Your Pager’ has quickly become one of the most iconic electronic tracks of the year.
Following the success of the original, KH now looks to Clipz, the jungle alias of British DJ Redlight. Clipz provides a rave-ready remix infused with smooth drums and vibrating baselines, radiating energy from the offset.
“I’ve always respected and loved Four Tet’s music, so to have the opportunity to remix something he’d done was a pleasure.” – Clipz
After a decade of conquering other corners of the dance scene as Redlight, Hugh Pescod returns to his original jungle alias Clipz. With a life entrenched in the vital ‘90s rave movement, the original sound of Clipz may have set the benchmark and inspired a generation during the 2000s. His bullish bassline blends and prolific banger dispatches have placed him in the top tier of drum & bass and jungle’s notoriously competitive heavyweight league for many years, but this return is not about what he’s already achieved. Clipz’s return is about expression and passion for the original sounds, spirit and culture that inspired him to choose this path in the first place. The original incarnation of Clipz ignited an uncompromising role in bass culture. The new incarnation of Clipz is about everything that came before.