UK producer Juttla is back with a four track digital EP. It showcases the four tracks that Juttla & his full live band at performed live for last years Eastern Electronic Festival. This is already getting great attention from the selected few that have heard the tracks as well as support from DJ’s both in the UK & USA. It features Asian singer Nona on two tracks as well as a feature from Big Dutty Deeze a UK rapper who has already collectively clocked up over 100,000 views on You Tube. This EP is a mixture of dubstep, drum’n’bass and hip-hop all delivered with an influence of Eastern sounds & vibes.

Juttla is no new comer to music and his past achievements in music need to be noted. He released his debut album in 1999 which led onto his music being releasing music on labels such as Back 2 Basics, ZYX Germany, Nation Records, Swaraj Records, Wolftown Recordings and many more. He has toured the UK, played live at Glastonbury twice as well as rocking dance-floors Cape Town, Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris, Warsaw, Rome & Sicily. Juttla has also official remixes for Marshall Jefferson, Asian Dub Foundation, Y2K Reords, Wayward Soul and The Disablists & Foreign Beggars.

Track-listing:

01 – Juttla – Mahi Feat. Nona
02 – Juttla – Midnight Taal
03 – Juttla – Jump Feat. Big Dutty Deeze
04 – Juttla – Mother Earth Feat. Nona

Press quotes:

“The ‘Spiritual Coma EP’ is cutting edge high grade urban electronica with an Eastern twist.” www.100PerCentUK.com

“With such a diverse selection of tracks all on one EP this has to be one Juttla’s best releases to date.”
www.Deadly-Beatz.com

“This EP is really good for so many reasons but above all because musically it pushes the boundaries.” www.UrbanPhenomenon.com


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Well respected radio deejay Tom Robinson from BBC Radio Six has championed the track ‘Mahi’ from Juttla’s ‘Spiritual Coma EP’ which features the vocal talents of Nona. Recommended by leading Asian music deejay Bobby Friction the track was aired on today 16 June 2012 alongside tracks from the likes of Bjork & David Arnold, Beastie Boys, Harold Faltermeyer, Miles Davies and many more.

Check out this link for more information:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01jypg6#programme-broadcasts

We’d like this opportunity to thank the BBC for all their support over the years with Juttla’s music, it is really appreciated.

UK producer Juttla is back with a four track digital EP. It showcases the four tracks that Juttla & his full live band at performed live for last years Eastern Electronic Festival. It features Asian singer Nona on two tracks as well as a feature from Big Dutty Deeze a UK rapper who has already collectively clocked up over 100,000 views on You Tube. This EP is a mixture of dubstep, drum’n’bass and hip-hop all delivered with an influence of Eastern sounds & vibes. Grab it here http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/spiritual-coma-ep/id532345439 or here
http://www.junodownload.com/products/spiritual-coma-ep/1979200-02/

Thanks to those kind peeps for there words!!

“This EP is really good for so many reasons but above all because musically it pushes the boundaries.” www.UrbanPhenomenon.com

Read the full review here: http://urbanphenomenon.com/2012/04/11/juttla-spiritual-coma-ep-coming-soon/

Juttla up on leading urban blog The Diverse Ozone – Click here to read the full review www.TheDiverseOzone.com

 

Those nice people over at Deadly Beatz have reviewed the new Juttla single…

“With such a diverse selection of tracks all on one EP this has to be one Juttla’s best releases to date.”
www.Deadly-Beatz.com

Read the full review here

Thanks to Si Dellar and everyone at 100 Per Cent UK who gave us a nice review of Juttla’s forthcoming EP!

The ‘Spiritual Coma EP’ is cutting edge high grade urban electronica with an Eastern twist. www.100PerCentUK.com

To read the full review click HERE

Leading urban music portal Urban Heaven gave the new Juttla EP a blazing review!!

The fact that Juttla does all these different styles and does it well is why we love this EP so much.
www.UrbanHeavenBlog.com

Read more here

Juttla announces that he will be dropping a four track EP in the summer. Here is the first track from the EP.

http://soundcloud.com/juttla/juttla-mahi-featuring-nona

Official Press Release:

UK producer Juttla is back with a four track digital EP. It showcases the four tracks that Juttla & his full live band at performed live for last years Eastern Electronic Festival. This is already getting great attention from the selected few that have heard the tracks as well as support from DJ’s both in the UK & USA. It features Asian singer Nona on two tracks as well as a feature from Big Dutty Deeze a UK rapper who has already collectively clocked up over 100,000 views on You Tube. This EP is a mixture of dubstep, drum’n’bass and hip-hop all delivered with an influence of Eastern sounds & vibes.

Juttla is no new comer to music and his past achievements in music need to be noted. He released his debut album in 1999 which led onto his music being releasing music on labels such as Back 2 Basics, ZYX Germany, Nation Records, Swaraj Records, Wolftown Recordings and many more. He has toured the UK, played live at Glastonbury twice as well as rocking dance-floors Cape Town, Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris, Warsaw, Rome & Sicily. Juttla has also official remixes for Marshall Jefferson, Asian Dub Foundation, Y2K Reords, Wayward Soul and The Disablists & Foreign Beggars.

Track-listing:

01 – Juttla – Mahi Feat. Nona
02 – Juttla – Midnight Taal
03 – Juttla – Jump Feat. Big Dutty Deeze
04 – Juttla – Mother Earth Feat. Nona

Juttla’s classic remix of Banco De Gaia’s massive underground hit ‘How Much Reality Can You Take?’ features on this awesome new remix compilation. This is a collection of remixes from 1996 to 2001 and other remixers include Dub Pistols, Fluke, Future Loop Foundation and many more. Grab it now from Juno… http://www.junodownload.com/products/rewritten-histories-vol-2-1996-2001/1927750-02/