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Jack Dunning is an artist with his foot in every door imaginable. Operating under the pseudonym Untold, Dunning has been carving out his career as a DJ/producer since the late 2000s with his unique blend of bass-oriented frequencies and experimental undertones. His music has touched fans of electronic music worldwide, with his record Kingdom standing alone as the third release on the UK-beloved Hessle Audio, fronted by none other than Ben UFO, Pearson Sound and Pangaea. Untold is also responsible for releasing a wealth of unbelievable records, with Hemlock Recordings, Hemlock Black and the industrial-based Pennyroyal belonging to him and flourishing under his rule. To put it into perspective, Hemlock is the label responsible for Randomer‘s ‘Bring’, Ramadanman’s Glut and Hodge’s ‘Recall’ amongst many other instant classics from producers such as Joe, James Blake and Cosmin TRG. The list really goes on and on.
As far as Untold’s productions go however, the past ten years has seen his work feature on labels such as 50 Weapons, Numbers, R&S and Clone. His tracks remain to be as unpredictable as they are satisfying, with no EP sounding even remotely similar. He is a pioneer of the UK Bass scene and has undeniably altered the course UK music has taken since he became more and more prolific and known by fans and producers alike.
Therefore, I hope you can understand that we are delighted to have this man on board for today’s Tracks of the Day. His picks vary from a broken-beat J. Albert number to a drum and bass tipped brooding rhythm by Pessimist on A14.