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"Party Girl" sees the classic Zero dB track come to 12” vinyl, joined by remixes from innovative UK producer Fixate AKA Declan Curran and jungle / DnB pioneer and one half of 4hero, Marc Mac. Originally released on 2010’s "One Offs, Remixes and B Sides", "Party Girl" is a high tempo, jazz house track decorated with lush sax and built on upright bass licks. Speaking of the re-release of "Party Girl", Tru Thoughts A&R and co-founder Robert Luis said: 'I have always been a big fan of Zero dB and the track was a big anthem at the original Tru Thoughts Brighton club night phonic:hoop and still gets regular plays by me today. At Tru Thoughts we had been working the publishing for the track in recent years and recently it got synched to a car advert and we feel that was a good excuse to commission some new remixes for some new interpretations and a new re-release on Tru Thoughts.'
Zero dB AKA Chris Vogado and Neil Combstock, have been keeping busy at the cutting edge since the release of their seminal "Bongos, Beeps & Basslines" (Ninja Tune), making killer club music under various monikers, and packing out dance floors with DJ sets in some of the biggest clubs and best sound systems known to man, including Plastic People and Japan’s Club Yellow. Vogado runs the boutique Fluid Ounce label from his legendary Fl. Oz. Studios and Combstock has also seen his muse lead him round the globe, living, DJing and making music variously in Japan and Thailand among other places. "One Offs, Remixes and B Sides" has become an essential listen not just for existing fans of Zero dB’s unique concoction of Latin heat, jazz colour, startling beats and pure bassline filth, but for anyone who has been remotely moved by dance music in the last half decade.
Party Girl (Fixate Remix)
Party Girl (Marc Mac Bruk Remix)