Based in Leeds, Tom Brownlow has just returned with his brand new EP ‘Don’t Eat Disco Off the Pavement,’ sharing two brand new songs that are bound to start lighting up dancefloors in no time. Originally from Liverpool, Tom Brownlow has managed to make a name for himself within UK’s house scene. With his influences ranging from Stevie Wonder and Marvin Gaye to NuSoul artists like Sade, Maxwell and Erykah Badu, he has managed to sign his music to labels such as Armada Music, Let There Be House, Storm Music, and Perfect Havoc.
‘Don’t Eat Disco Off the Pavement’ comes fresh off Tom Brownlow’s massive remix for Kelli-Leigh’s single “New Chic,” and makes up for a stunning showcase of his versatile style. The title track opens the EP with its minimal melodies and intoxicating vocal samples, quickly getting into action with a stellar tech-house groove. “Dance Of The Cigarette Fairies” on the other hand brings together funky samples and immersive melodies, making up for a disco vibe that’s hard to get out of your head.