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Rat Records always brings you the quality sounds and of course, this new E.P. is no exception! Nu Jam vs Deekline & Ed Solo bring us "Shoulder Lift" and it's proper head nodding, booty shaking business! Bad ass wompy bass, syncopated drums, huge synth stabs and the sublime vocals join together and bond like superglue. Deekline and Ed Solo turn in their own remix next, it's a lot more upbeat and pure anthem material. A classic housey, bouncy bassline gets cleverly layered with all sorts of things along the way make it impossible for you not to move around. The piano chords and said bassline go together like peas and carrots and the beats, vocals and moments of nasty bass fill up the plate and create a dish that's best served hot, and leaves you satisfied and with a nice aftertaste. Mutantbreakz return to Rat Records alongside the booty breaks don PuRe SX for the next remix and the result is definitely something special! Superb party breaks vibes right here, warm, phat bass, classic beats and breaks with a lil bit of 'woo' and a touch of 'yeah' add some familiarity while the vocals provide that little bit of extra dancefloor energy. Short, well placed trap style breakdowns provide nice moments for you to catch your breath, nod your head and get ready for one more rinse each time the beats, bass and melody slap you in the face and tell you it's time to party. Finally, "The Godfather of Nu Skool Breaks", Rennie Pilgrem puts his touch on it and presents something unique, yet equally awesome! He keeps the housey bassline from the original, filters it with precision and adds his own flair with a much harder, nasty combo of bass and chopped up breaks but then he switches it up, and not just once . The way he gets such different sounding sections to roll in and out of each other, yet create something fluid and cohesive is pure genious!


Shoulder Lift