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Scuba Stew & Blake Brown, two pals from the seaside city of Wollongong team up on their debut release as a production duo. One a fast rising DJ talent, and the other a trained musician, together their new deep house outfit unleashes their first release on Trojan House Records. The boys chop up a vocal of Whitney Houston's "It's Not Right, But It's Okay" and build a down-tempo, loved up, and emotionally groovy deep house jam around it. Flourished with an atmospheric piano part, and a raspy synth line that seems to wash slowly across the throbbing bass line, this is definitely one for the lovers out there.

Matt Prehn's remix is a deep house, dance floor shaker! With his signature chord stabs in place, and his deep groove setting the foundation, it's his chubby bass line that will be responsible for the dance floor damage dealt when this track drops.

Patrick Daniels strips his remix back to achieve a bouncy house flavour. A bass line driven club banger focusing on his infectious bass line and fat kick. He builds anticipation with his use of pitched down vox chops, FX, and bare breakdowns.

Farfan takes his remix into a completely different direction, and achieves a unique house vibe with soul. His use of processed piano parts, a stuttered bass line, and repetitive vox chants achieves a hypnotic and infectious rhythm that will dazzle and delight.

The boys second track "French Hear", is another down-tempo jammer. Trippy, and groovy with a spacious float-like feel. This vibe is derived from their use of delayed vocal chops, drowsy chords, and atmospheric synth parts. Watch out as the pumping sub bass will pull you back down to Earth when it begins working its rolling magic.

Trojan House Records

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