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Roger That

How Does It Feel

White label roller from Roger That taking one of dance music’s most iconic vocals, New Order’s "Blue Monday" and flipping it into a heavy hitting, tech house heater. Packed to the rafters with punchy, reverberated stabs, low-end weight and lip-smacking dancefloor grooves it’s already steamrollering the club scene - ever extending the reach of those immortal lyrics.

Hammered all summer long by the likes of Solardo, Camelphat, Marco Carola, Jamie Jones and Leon, it's is now available on a limited 12” vinyl. Don't sleep! 


Matt says: Did someone say MAIN ROOM?!?!? Top's off business here RIYL: Artwork and Paranoid London. No amount of garies will be enough to satisfy the insatiable appetite of a floor faced with this.

Julie McDermott

Don't Go - Gerd Janson / Ejeca Mixes

2018 continues to the be the year of the rave renaissance (is it ALL down to Il Bosco's infamous Boiler Room appearance though?! - Matt) as one of the all-time classics, "Don't Go" by Julie McDermott gets a reworking by modern day superstar Gerd.

Produced by Awesome 3 (who seem to remain unaccredited here) and made in 1992 (for some the golden year of 'break hardcore'), "Don't Go" epitomizes the genre - big breaks, dark sections then breaking out into the spine-tingling euphoric light that is THAT piano line / chorus. Gerd, thankfully, leaves said piano line untouched, but refines the arrangement slightly for today's slightly slower and less sprawling DJ sets (remember in 1992 ecstasy was much cleaner and raves went on for 24 hours - meaning that the one-hour-DJ set was pretty much unheard of). He adds a bit of extra weight too, for the heavier soundsystems of today.

On the B side, Belfast's Ejeca flips "Don't Go" into a heavy-hitting, rave tinged, techno bomb. His inventive sampling turns the synth stabs and vocals on their heads, making them almost indistinguishable, but no less impactful, from the original. It's over four and a half minutes till the iconic chord progression is heard in its initial form, before Ejeca throws it back into a rapid fire, industrial thumper. Secret weapon tackle for sure right here!

Lastly, Gerd serves up a "VIP Dub" mix echoing claps and synth lines into the stratosphere whilst leaving the vocals at bay, save a short cry of 'Don't go' from Julie towards the end of the track, allowing those anthemic elements to do the talking.

A modern touch on an all-time classic from Gerd with a complete reinterpretation from Ejeca, this is a heavyweight release and one that's already being played by the biggest and the best out there. **SMILEY FACE EMOJI**

Adelphi Music Factory


When a BRAND NEW house record by a BRAND NEW artist suddenly clocks up a load of pre-sales with very little hype you know summat special is in the air. Ok so it might have got a few plays on 6Music, but this is London-based Adelphi Music Factory's first ever record and on small-run, limited white label - what the fuck is going on?!

What you do need to know is that "Javelin" is a full-throttle, max-NRG, hi-octane house thriller that takes no prisoners. Loopy and charging with a huge gospel cry, it's like Paperclip People and Floorplan making gospel house music on Karlovac or No Fit State and will surely ignite any floor under its incendiary power.

There's a 'dub' version (cough), which relinquishes nothing in terms of energy but does away with that mind-mangling vox that sets the drops alight.

All in all 110% power for your next mainlined DJ set - always wear head gear!

Ebony & Ivory

Blow Dem Away / Fraud

Two nice young men dropped into the shop over the weekend with their UK garage (or whatever we're calling it these days!) white label, which I present to you here. Both sides feature rough digital beats with fat bassline punches, topped off by strong MCing by Ivory. Not to be confused with Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder!

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