While Black Butter Records has proven itself time and time again as the home of exceptional emerging British talent, having been the label to first sign Rudimental and Clean Bandit, their latest find is already looking to become one of the most exciting new names in electronic music.
Oxford-based producer Tazer has been a favoured cult name for the last year now, but his latest link up with fast-rising vocalist Tink might just be the catalyst this young beatmaker needs to bring him to the mainstream.
Their collaboration 'Wet Dollars' has been met with rapturous praise from all corners of the music press and has now found itself on regular rotation at BBC Radio 1. With its breakbeat percussion and pulsing bassline, 'Wet Dollars' looks like it could grow to become one of the biggest club tunes of the year.
You can catch Tazer at Eastern Electric Festival on the 1st August at Hatfield House and check out 'Wet Dollars' in the player below.