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Our next release features a who's who of the current scene.
One of the veterans - Demarkus Lewis opens with his heavy hitting remix of Schweinsteiger by Leeds lads Kitchens Inc.
Driving beats and dirty stabs push forward with a minimal vocal sitting atop.

Next up is Jacking maestro Angelo Ferreri with his bouncing retake of Tony S's Broken. This release did very well and showcases exactly why Ferreri is considered top of his game and has been for some time. Jacking all the way with swirling percussion and big breakdowns to melt the floor.

We then head into darker territory with Dirty Culture who specialises in minimal deep tech. Here he moulds a blissfully hypnotic and haunting remix of BiG AL's How Sick. Perhaps sounding even more current now than it did on initial release a couple years ago.

It's then BiG AL's turn to show off his remixing prowess. After a slew of releases making the Top 10 Beatport downloads it's no surprise when you hear the attention to detail and craftmanship that goes in to making music that can stand the test of time. This is emotive and heartfelt with bold chords and a foundation shaking bassline.

H@k made a beautiful soulful deep crossover remix for the Soundealers. Normally known more for his Afro output this was a very clever take on the original that added extra oomph and dancefloor appeal. His time and experience in the game definitely shows on this classic sounding slice of house.

Last but not least we have Japanese electronic master Hideo Kobayashi who turns in a slamming remix for label head Matt Prehn & often production partner Silver Ivanov. Much darker and dirtier than the original, Hideo shows off a building tech masterpiece that st oozes filth out of the speakers.