Just as under_score himself emerged enigmatically from the haze of mysterious smoke, the producer has now been traced back to one of this summer's most eagerly anticipated killer edits.
It all started in summer 2015 when the curious producer handed Pete Tong an edit of Roni Size's 'Brown Paper Bag.' Blown away by under_score's surging house rework, using those seminal vocals, Tong went away and without warning, immediately played it on Radio 1. Within a week, he played it again - this time at the BBC R1 in Ibiza alongside Annie Mac at Ushuaia. The crowd reaction was off the scale, making it abundantly clear to anyone that witnessed that it needed a full release.
A meeting between under_score and Roni Size's management was assembled, quickly followed by Roni being played the track. It was a no brainer for him and within a few minutes, all systems were go for a full release with his blessing. Fast track six months and the record is now s igned to Joris Voorn and Edwin Oosterwal's Rejected imprint and slated for a May release with a full video.
Once again, under_score rises stealthily from obscurity and infects the masses with his unmistakable attitude and personality. Almost two decades on from Roni's master class, 'Brown Paper' is set to corrupt young minds once again for summer 2016.