Andrew Reynolds is a London based, award-winning producer, composer, DJ, and instrumentalist who has been making a name for himself in London recently. Reynolds was classically trained in composition at both the Royal College of Music and the Royal Northern College of Music and has since spent his time writing hard-hitting electronic music as well as music and sound design for a range of different visual media projects.

The exciting young producer’s distinctive sound has earned him forthcoming releases on Mall Grab’s Steel City Dance Discs, MoodFix, and gained him licensing representation from Blue Raincoat Music—a company which manages the likes of Kevin Saunderson and Francesca Lombardo.

Andrew now returns to XLR8R with “Summ(oth)ertime,” another one of his sparkling, jazz-infused house cuts which features the recomposition of a certain well-known melody from the mid-1930s. Andrew says of this track: “I’ve always found this melody interesting. I decided that I would do a sort of recomposition of it. In doing so I found an interesting way of shifting the melody’s harmonic context. I mixed all of this in with some electronic elements and found that it produced some nice results.”

You can grab the track now via the WeTransfer button below.