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UKG pioneers Artful Dodger return under new name Original Dodger

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After a notable hiatus, the original pairing of Artful Dodger (Mark Hill and Pete Devereux) are returning under a new moniker, Original Dodger.

Starting out in Southampton, Mark Hill and Pete Devereux quickly became one of the biggest propositions in music with their ability to achieve massive success in both the underground and mainstream with tracks like ‘Re-Rewind’, ‘Movin’ Too Fast’, ‘Please Don’t Turn Me On’ and ‘Woman Trouble’. The duo are noted for influencing the likes of Craig David, The Streets, Jack Garrett, Ed Sheeran and many other across the pop, grime and house scene.

Due to legal complexities and a fresh mind-set, the pair have avoided a return as ‘Artful Dodger’, so after a 15 year hiatus and a slight name change to Original Dodger and collection of original productions scheduled to be released this summer entitled ‘Soundtrack’ and an album in the pipeline, they are back with a bang!

Keep em peeled for the first release.

Tracklist:
1. Original Dodger – Millionaire feat. Daecolm x P Money x Davinche
2. Original Dodger – Find Space feat. Shakka
3. Original Dodger – Low Like Bass feat. Avelino
4. Original Dodger – Way Too Long feat. Nadia Rose
5. Original Dodger – We Dodgin’ feat. Donae’o x Prez T
6. Original Dodger – Original feat. Grace Barker
7. Original Dodger – Give You Up feat. Ida
8. Original Dodger – What You Here For feat. Daecolm
9. Original Dodger – Bubblin’ feat. Prez T x Big Narstie x DB
10. Original Dodger – I Ain’t Coming Home feat. Nakala
11. Original Dodger – Son Shine feat. Louis Rei x Nat Slater

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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