Hot City can be an anonymous digital dance music manufacturer from Britain whose commercial saving debut in 2008 generated considerable hype. Citing influences including hardcore rave (e.g., the Prodigy’s “Charley”), United kingdom garage/2-stage, and NY garage/home, the twentysomething manufacturer made his industrial saving debut in 2008 using the Yeah!/Mind Work EP for the London-based Highpoint Lowlife label. “Yeah!” became something of the underground feeling, and Hot Town was spotlighted on Mary Anne Hobbs’ important Radio 1 present in November 2008. The next year Hot Town contributed a openly downloadable DJ combine to FACT magazine’s podcast series and released a few even more EPs: Ike Discharge vs. Hot Town (2009) on Infrasonics and Hot Town Bass (2009) on Ramp Recordings.