Seemingly overnight, Large Contrast became probably one of the most discussed drum’n’bass producers in years. Not really since the past due ’90s, when Goldie and Roni Size had been saving full-length albums instead of strictly tracks, acquired there been a lot buzz tossed upon a drum’n’bass producer’s shoulder blades. The person behind the moniker — Cardiff, Wales indigenous Lincoln Barrett — continued to be humble regardless of the buzz, acquiring it in stride. He was just 22 when he documented True Shades, an ambitious double-disc debut record many inside the music sector noticed as having critical mainstream likelihood. Breakbeat Science sensed so strongly about any of it that the brand new York label released Accurate Shades despite Barrett being truly a relative newcomer towards the stateside drum’n’bass picture. Released in 2004, sophomore record High Society highlighted the breezy one “Race Green.” In 2007 he released Challenging Men Don’t Dance, including a cover of Iron Butterfly’s “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida” and visitor vocals by Diane Charlemagne, Ian Shaw, J’nay, and Linda Gail Lewis. BBC Radio 1 called it their important mixture of 2007. Within the years that implemented, he remixed several tracks for famous brands Adele, Utah Saints, Japanese pop queen Ayumi Hamasaki, Coldplay, Kanye, and Eric Prydz, while also collaborating with Underworld and Axwell. He released a dual album best-of, Private, including his strikes and high-profile remixes. It wasn’t until almost five years after Challenging Men that he released his 4th record, The Agony & the Ecstasy (2009). In 2012, combined with the men in Underworld, he composed the music for the starting ceremony from the London Summer months Olympics. A digital-only EP — THE STREET Continues on Forever — premiered afterwards that year.