Oxide & Neutrino feat. Jodie Alicia’s ‘Bring It Back’ is the new single from the UK garage legends. Available from 1 July, ‘Bring It Back’ is a UKG summer jam and a cover of Moloko’s 2000 classic house cut, ‘Sing It Back’. Featuring vocals from Neutrino and rising South London singer, Jodie Alicia, ‘Bring It Back’ is released via New State (Paul Oakenfold, Zero 7, The Beloved), and will be accompanied by remixes from Oxide, Benny Page, and more.
Gold-album selling South London duo, Oxide & Neutrino, returned with new music and a freshly inked 3-single recordings deal with New State Music in 2021. The first single was the UKG anthem, ‘Where Do We Go?’, a collaboration with Leo The Lion (collaborator with The Streets on hits including ‘Dry Your Eyes’, ‘Blinded By The Lights’ and ‘Fit But You Know It’). ‘Where Do We Go?’ saw them back on Radio 1, 1Xtra, Kiss, and beyond, with Oxide & Neutrino interviewed on Radio 1 by Jeremiah, and recording DJ mixes and live streams for Kissfest, Garage Nation, S.H.O.S.H, and Reprezent.
February 2022 saw the first ever digital release of the boys’ legendary second album ‘2Stepz Ahead’ via Warner Music, featuring the classic ‘Rap Dis’. Their new original music follows the radio success of Oxide’s remix of Karen Harding & Digital Farm Animal’s ‘Undo My Heart’, which had heavy support from MistaJam (premiere) and Charlie Hedges on BBC Radio 1. Thisfollows Ox’s remix of Scott & Leon’s ‘Voodoo’, and his cheeky edit of Silk City & Dua Lipa’s ‘Electricity’ premiered by Deeprot.
In 2018, Oxide & Neutrino’s ‘Dilemma 2.0’ was the first new music to be released after a studio hiatus, and the debut track on their own label, OxNe; the world premiere came via DJ Target on BBC 1Xtra, with the video exclusive courtesy of GRM Daily. Interviews also ran with The Guardian, Complex, UKF, Rinse, and Red Bull. ‘Dilemma’ also led to Neuch featuring on Fekky and Chip’s ‘Avirex’, with the latter using ‘Dilemma’ in the intro.
Post-covid restrictions being lifted, Ox & Neuch have so far announced shows with Garage Nation, Ibiza Rocks, Pure Garage, UKG Supper Club, Pennfest, and more. Pre-covid, Oxide & Neutrino hit stadiums and arenas with the sold-out Kisstory Presents Blast Off UK Tour alongside Salt n Pepa, Shaggy, and many more. These shows came off the back of huge 2019 performances at Manchester’s Albert Hall (a Pure Garage double-header), Eastern Electrics, Kisstory On The Common, Garage Nation, and a run of events in London and across the UK. Further live shows and festival dates will be announced soon.