Another release to welcome this summer with an incredible amount of tech groove by the hand of well know producer M.in, who paired up this time with the Wild & Kins duo to deliver three fantastic tracks for this 12' plus digital release. The first one is a solo work by M.in called Forgive Them, in which we can appreciate how a simple but strong low-end work can be more than enough to literally destroy the sub-low system of a night club. It exhales a superb party groove with a great dark vibe driven mainly by the percussions, but also the vocal phrase brings its own to help compose this fantastic underground feeling. The second track is another solo track but from Wild & Kins duo named Jumpin' Around! The percussions have a major role to construct the rhythmic foundation of this track, which gets completed by a funky but obscure bass line. The structure in general has a sexy deep and slow-mo feeling, but it's a perfectly constructed tech groove to enjoy and let the vocals during break do their job of empower the audience to the perfect blast right after it. The last and third track is Roadhouse, the one that carries the EP name and also the one that is a full collaboration between M.in and Wild & Kins. It has a similar groove to the previous ones but with a stronger tech house approach, especially in the bass line and also with the addition of a subtle female vocal that appears right after the first quarter of the track, during the first break, and goes evolving softly with a filter that increases and release the tension when is needed. This is definitely a fantastic track for the dance floor that will make the audience raise their hands with a big smile on them. A very complete and quality piece of work from these great talented artists to bring without question into to any respected music collection.