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March 7, 2019
March 7, 2019
What’s more iconic, the beard or the big bass lines?
Armed with diversity matched with precision, Will Clarke is a force to be reckoned with. Solidifying his place in dance music years ago with hits like “Booty Percolatin” and his collaboration with Bot on “Techno (Not Techno)” he’s since gained fans from the likes of Adam Beyer, Carl Cox, Jamie Jones, Shiba San and Dirtybird label head Claude VonStroke among countless others. Leaving a strong 2018 behind him, and entering a new year with an arsenal of new music locked and ready to be released on Truesoul, Relief Records, Dirtybird, and Octopus Recordings all while being accompanied by the launching of a live side project known to the world as Amok.
He doesn’t stop there, hitting #1 twice on Billboard’s dance charts with his remixes of rock legends U2 and pop princess Rihanna, paired with his current remix of Rufus Du Sol’s latest hit “No Place” proves his talent has no limits.
Step outside the studio and you’ll find Will Clarke designing and manufacturing his streetwear company “Doing It For The Cuddles,” which is not to be mistaken with his own record label under the same name, set to launch in 2019. Among it all, he finds time to sit down with his peers for his monthly radio show, “The Barbershop” which can be found on Sirius XM.
Whether he’s in the studio writing originals, reproducing mass hits, or contemplating what his company will tackle next. This born-and-bred Bristol boy will keep you on your toes.