Premiere: South London producer Arma unleashes the housey number ‘1994’ ahead of his debut self-titled album

Denzil Bell

9 months ago

By Denzil Bell

Arma is a South London producer who has been working at his craft for 10 years, with this now culminating in the release of his self-titled album on December 2.

So ahead of the tape, today RWD premieres ‘1994’, a house number for the ages, that’ll get your hips shaking and your feet moving.

Arma tells RWD over email, that “when building the album, I wanted the project to include every sound and influence from the minute I played my first Now That’s What I Call Music CD, to now. ‘1994’ is a nod to some of those early house records I’d hear on the radio, or even the days that I used to loop Fatboy Slim ‘Praise You’ on my stereo after school. The track is built to remember those days – injecting a new school twist with scattered drums and euphoric piano sequencing”.

Press play on ‘1994’ below and ready yourself for the impending club-raising project on its way!

Words by Denzil Bell @akadiddz