Granite State – 338 EP

Regression Sessions resident DJ Granite State makes his production debut with a classy 3 track deep melodic techno EP on East Recordings inspired by the closure of seminal London club Studio 338. The lead track, 338, is the stand-out cut in our opinion and it is nicely complemented by a remix from the Berlin-Rome-Ibiza trio Thallulah, William Medagli and Jose Maria Ramon. The EP is available exclusively on Traxsource.

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The DJ is My Deacon

Following on from the success of his top-twenty single Reminds Me of When on In The Loop Records Pablo del Monte releases his Needing Pleasure EP on East Recordings. The EP has been getting big DJ support across the board from the tech-house community, most notably from Zombie Disco Squad, which is not surprising given that each of the three tracks on Needing Pleasure covers a different take on the contemporary tech-house sound.



Of the three it’s The DJ is My Deacon that has drawn the most attention with it’s hyper-percussive groove and celebratory riff but it’s the vocal topline that has been resonating with the dance floors…”House is the Religion and The DJ is My Deacon”…says it all: proper house music!  Buy on Traxsource.
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D_Know – Bottleneck

The latest release from our label East Recordings features a rising star of the South African dance music scene D_Know.  Bottleneck comprises 3 club-focused techno cuts of the highest order with US-based dj-Vox on remix duties.  You can grab a copy on Traxsource.
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Throw It Up

We’ve been running our club night Throw It Up in east London venues like 93 feet East and Trapeze since January 2016.  And our current bi-monthly is in the Bedroom Bar in Shoreditch.  We’ve now launched a new Throw It Up website for all details of future events. Flyer
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Return To Chicago

We’ve been feeling Lupe Fuentes’s label In The Loop for some time with its slick, dark and US-sounding take on the contemporary tech-house sound. The latest offering from In The Loop features UK-based DJ Pablo del Monte with his 3-trakcer Return to Chicago EP. We’ve been dropping the lead track Dem Toms Yo on the station for some time now with its crazy percussion and ghetto-vox vocal cuts, but the other two tracks, Return To Chicago and Creepy Freaks, are equally strong. Return To Chicago is available now through Traxsource.
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