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Dubstep don's new single features Diane Charlemagne

Caspa has gone back to the old skool for his new single, 'Reach For The Sky'.

He's called on Diane Charlemagne, the legendary drum & bass vocalist who sang on Goldie's timeless 'Inner City Life', to supply vocals, and the instrumentation is all rave pianos and breakbeat hardcore. Check the tune here:

The track originally featured on Caspa's 'Alpha Omega' album last year, and features remixes by The Others, Break and RS4.

As well as the original, the rolling Break drumstep remix has been picking up assorted radio play over the past few weeks. Hear it here: 

Caspa, aka Gary McCann, initially made his name in dubstep circles. Teaming up with Rusko, he became the first dubstep DJ to record a mix for Fabric and it has been well documented that this Fabric mix (FabricLive 37) helped break dubstep in America.

All 'Reach For The Sky' mixes are released on Dub Police on February 24th.