"Beautiful! Lovin' The Cutler. Ace to hear some proper downtempo music being made again." -- Rob da Bank, BBC Radio 1 and 'Bestival', May 2008
"Sounds cool, I like it!"
-- Josef Sedlon, Radio 1 Prague, July 2008
"We love this stuff! I'm really excited to get these new Cutler tracks! I'll be giving them a bunch of spins on the station here in San Francisco." -- Rusty Hodge, SomaFM, California, July 2008
I really like this lot!! Very fresh and great to have - thank u so much for this one I will play it on my radio shows!!! -- DJ Morpheus (aka Samy Birnbach), July 2008
Masterful handling of all things downtempo and groovy, treading lush mellow grooves - after listening to the album, we can confirm that it's damn good. Really great summery pool music. -- Data Transmission, July 2008
From the Artist
Fila Brazillia fanatics finally have an answer to the question that's left them baffled... "Where has Fila Brazillia gone?" While official news of the electronic duo's demise may prove shocking to some, co-founder Steve Cobby has been in pursuit of something greater, starting with the creation of Steel Tiger Records in late 2006.
Having over 45 singles, 16 full length releases, and remixes for artists such as Radiohead and Black Uhuru under the belt, this was the next logical step in the progression of Cobby's career.
Steel Tiger Records is the brainchild of Cobby and long-time Sheffield-based compatriot Sim Lister. The two had previously partnered on numerous ventures, including Twentythree Records [with David McSherry other half of Fila Brazillia] - the label responsible for the release of Fila Brazillia's final projects. Additionally, Cobby and Lister are two-thirds of Heights of Abraham - with vocalist and composer Jake Harries - and continue to produce music together as the duo J*S*T*A*R*S*; also known for a John Lewis ad campaign in the UK. With these two talents combined, Steel Tiger Records promises an abundance of fresh sounds that past Fila Brazillia fans will find both satisfying and addictive.