Bass Culture Records boss DJulz, with release 034, stays true his claim of bringing together the finest of both established and new artists as he welcomes house legend Jay Tripwire to the family, backed by a remix from the UKs rising talent, OCH. Future Music Magazine named Jay Tripwire alongside the likes of Frankie Knuckles, Larry heard, Charles Webster and Tom Middleton as being one of the most influential Innovators in House music for, The thoughtful minimal stylings of his music. With over 250,000 vinyl sales to his name and music featuring on many of the finest and most legendary labels of today, its hard to disagree. His signature fusion of Detroit textures and intricate rhythms plus an unnerving ability of creating the freshest of jams, has seen him stand firmly at the forefront of the scene for two decades. Joining the Bass Culture roster, Jay drops an impressive debut in the Same Old Story ep. Kicking off with the deep throbbing vocal styles of the title track, Tripwire leads us on a perfect, dare we say it, trip. Through the beautifully cosmic and acid-tinged Move Your Body Feel Like This and onto the bongo-fuelled suspense of Rawlord, Jay teases us with his oldskool vocal runs. For those of you who prefer your beats Sans vocals, we even have an instrumental version of Same Old Story. Having impressed with his brace of releases for Autoreply, UK producer OCH was bagged by Bass Culture to lend his talents to reworking the title track. Going for a more minimal approach, OCH strips things back, keeps it simple and delivers an effective new look for Same Old Story.