Wax Worx - Kosh EP

by Data Transmission

We’ve never really understood the appeal of Madame Tussauds here at Data Transmission as if we wanted to spend time with lifeless versions of the rich and famous we’d prob just head out clubbing in London’s West End… [Ed. Ba dum tsh!] One set of Wax Worx we can really get behind however is the new two track ‘Kosh EP from the fast rising British producer of the same name.

Having made serious waves in the scene in 2015, scoring releases on Suara, Love Inc and now Sonny Wharton’s Whartone Records and receiving strong support from the likes of Eats Everything, Skream and Coyu the future certainly looks bright for the man from Brighton.

Serving up two tough, techy, edgy bangers sure to bring classic warehouse vibes to even the most pristine of clubs, you can check out the ‘Kosh’ EP below. Trust us when we say you’ll be glad you did.

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We’ve never really understood the appeal of Madame Tussauds here at Data Transmission as if we wanted to spend time with lifeless versions of the rich and famous we’d prob just head out clubbing in London’s West End… [Ed. Ba dum tsh!] One set of Wax Worx we can really get behind however is the new two track ‘Kosh EP from the fast rising British producer of the same name.

Having made serious waves in the scene in 2015, scoring releases on Suara, Love Inc and now Sonny Wharton’s Whartone Records and receiving strong support from the likes of Eats Everything, Skream and Coyu the future certainly looks bright for the man from Brighton.

Serving up two tough, techy, edgy bangers sure to bring classic warehouse vibes to even the most pristine of clubs, you can check out the ‘Kosh’ EP below. Trust us when we say you’ll be glad you did.