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Reso is a rising star, gaining worldwide notoriety for his technoid inspired productions which often transcend the dubstep tag that many have easily slotted him into. Reso’s aural identity is a densely layered, high octane tapestry, rich with musical texture and colour, which sets him apart from the minimal sparseness of many of his fellow producers. With a busy DJ schedule, Reso has been smashing dancefloors from Newcastle to Nottingham and London, whilst regularly hitting Europe. With releases due on Storming Productions, Destructive, Urban Graffiti and Skud, Reso is definitely one to catch before he blows up!

Grotty, liquid, dark, brutal and lush are all words used to describe the music of 25 year-old Reso, such a contrasting set of adjectives are hard to understand but after a listen to a few of his productions, you begin to understand why. A drummer at heart, these natural patterns of “skin hitting” are engrained within his brain and shine through on his digital programming and productions. Mary Anne Hobbs has been a fervent supporter of the young producer, commissioning a special 20-minute mix for her Radio One Breezeblock show back in January 2007.

Reso is certainly one of the most technically gifted producers to have sprouted from the dubstep scene and is fast gaining recognition from the techno, glitch and breaks scene for his own twisted take on the dubstep / 130bpm-140bpm sound. Recently Reso’s remix of Buraka Som Sistema and The Dubstitutes 2 Faced Rasta song (which have both been featured on the Fabric Live 42: Freq Nasty CD) alongside Reso’s own production “If Ya Can’t Beat Em” have been gathering strong support from some of dubstep’s key players such as Benga, N-Type and Rusko. He has also worked with the enigmatic producer Burial, engineering his critically acclaimed remix of Jamie Woon’s “Wayfaring Stranger”.

The Z Audio imprint will release Reso’s brand new mix CD “Reso In Da Dubstep Mix” in March 2010. “Reso In Da Dubstep Mix” is a journey into the heart of dubstep with tracks from Riskotheque, Bar 9, Bare Noize, Proper Tingz, Mike Lennon, 501, Rob Sparx, Reso & ID, Hektagon, Synkro, Soul Sinners, L.O.W, F-One, Mode, Nero, Numbernin6, Vivek and last but not least TRG.

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