West London UK Garage trailblazer and label head Conducta is switching up the pace and propelling us closer to what feels like a defining and poignant moment in his ever-fruitful musical journey. Linking up with Croydon hailing singer-songwriter Rachel Chinouriri, Conducta has shared a new single ‘Right Together.’
A more melancholy and sentimental track than we’re used to hearing from the Kiwi Rekords head, ‘Right Together’ is a dexterous display of house and the first taste of a heavily-hinted, incoming body of work. ‘Right Together’ is a step in a new direction from the young producer – a clear-cut and definitive moment that showcases versatility as it splits away from but organically follows in the wake of the football-themed ‘4-4-2’ with Keeya Keys. Fans will also remember last year’s addictive single ‘Time,’ on which Conducta was joined by rebellious neo-soul singer JGrrey for one of the year’s standout UK Garage singles.
The producer behind AJ Tracey’s inescapable ‘Ladbroke Grove,’ (now double-platinum and recognised as the biggest-selling UK Garage record in history), Conducta is also head of the Kiwi Rekords label, where he has led the charge for the resurgence of UK Garage. Following a stream of groundbreaking mixes, releases, and parties, the label was named DJ Mag’s Breakthrough Label for 2019 and picked up Resident Advisor‘s Best Mix award with Kiwi Krush. The last year saw Kiwi picking up DJ Mag’s Best Label award for 2020.
22-year-old Rachel Chinouriri has recently released her beautiful EP ‘Four In Winter’ as well as collaborations including ‘Beautiful Disaster’ with Sam Dotia and ‘The River Bend’ with Subculture, which was specifically championed by Michaela Coel during her critically acclaimed series ‘I May Destroy You’. With over 6 million streams on Spotify alone, Rachel has been applauded and praised by the likes of Annie Mac (featuring as her ‘New Name’ on BBC R1’s Future Sounds), Dated, NME, DIY, Colours, and many more. Rachel has also proved her prowess as an incredible live performer, having supported the likes of Celeste, Sam Fender and Lianne La Havas.