Stop the Car
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Stop the Car

Manchester, England, United Kingdom | INDIE

Manchester, England, United Kingdom | INDIE
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"Chant No 1 Single Press Release"

Chant No.1 features Crazy P’s Danielle Moore on vocals and was out last year as part of the Fags & Booze EP. It’s quirky nu-disco got props from Chris Coco, Groove Armada, Leo Zero & Cosmic Disco. The tracks in this package are the result of a remix competition that We Are Woodville ran.

Manchester’s DATG have created side-chained piece of deep, dark disco that guaranteed for dancefloor mayhem, especially after the drop!

Jim Stanton (Horsemeat Disco) - GREAT! In the set , what good sound. I still play the original and will def be giving this a good play. Love it!

Stuart Knight (Toolroom) - I think i'm becoming a BIG FLASH ATKINS fan !!! Aaron Smiths mix is the one for me here.

Billy Scurry - Killer, been hammering the original, great package...ten stars

Untitled Music - Funky nu-disco house 4/4 beater tunes are the stuff superheroes are made of and Flash is no different! With Danielle Moore on vocals the two tracks are a heady blend of intoxicating beats, synth chords and a slap of soul to the grooves!

Tom Findlay (Groove Armada) - stop the car mix - odd but interesting

Murray Richardson - Love this, always loved this & love the remixes too!

Jonny Miller (Jus’ Listen) - Flash is a loser but this tune is a winner! Love it, silky disco for silky discos

Beats in Space - liking the DATG mix

Henri Kohn - Wooo wooo, nice one, feelin it big ups

Joakim - Interesting mix by DATG, unexpected.

Martin Brew - DATG mix is a winner...suitably wonky enough for it!

Advokkat - Great & crazy track - It s a funny track - I like that

Ewen Beginerz - Brilliant, i reaally like this.
- press release


Homebound E.P - 'we are woodville'
Chant no 1 - Flash Atkins - Stop the Car Remix - 'we are woodville'



With a degree in sound engineering and design, this 21 year old producer has a background of producing local bands and a history of graphic design. This was before he discovered a love of vinyl, specifically late 70's disco tracks. Using his love of this sound to shape his own work, he has quickly defined his own sound which is showcased on his debut release 'Homebound e.p". With a number of DJ sets under his belt and a motivation to bring the golden age of groove back to the UK dance scene, Stop the Car is quickly becoming one to watch for 2011.