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Top 10: UKF At The Movies

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Movie award season is upon us! No better time, then, to delve into the UKF archives and unearth a few movie-related tracks.

In case this big beat/big screen relationship isn’t quite enough, word of an EDM horror movie landed earlier this month. No, really…

We’ll leave our opinions on Enter The Dangerous Mind at the door… We’re not movie critics, we’re music lovers. And here are our top 10 UKF cinema-related tracks.

Get your acceptance speeches at the ready; it’s time for the​​ ceremony.

Chase & Status ft. Plan B – End Credits (VIP)

Written especially for Harry Brown. It doesn’t get more Hollywood than that.

My Nu Leng – Contact

Black Butter badmen My Nu Leng deliver a track with the same name as a certain Matthew McConaughey film

Goldie – Freedom (Ft. Natalie Duncan) 

As if being in Snatch, James Bond and even Eastenders isn’t enough, Goldie even stars in his own cinematic video!

Savage Rehab – Walk The Bass 

Who thought Ron Burgandy’s jazz flute could sound even funkier?

Artificial Intelligence & Kathy Brown – Somebody To Love

Gotta love Artificial Intelligence. Spielberg’s sci-fi box office smasher isn’t too shabby either.

Proxima – Gravity 

Not to be confused with 7 time Oscar winning epic.

Zeds Dead – White Satin 

“Zed’s dead baby. Zed’s dead.”

Bachelors of Science – Don’t Hold Back (Ft. Dylan Germic) 

Blockbuster BoS business: if these images don’t shout big screen, nothing will!

Heist – Robots Rebellion 

Robots rebelling and overthrowing humans? Sounds familiar…

S.P.Y – By Your Side

Talking of rebellious robots, S.P.Y went straight to the source for the samples on this timeless classic.