Having topped the techno charts and seen support from Adam Beyer, Pete Tong, Joris Voorn, Kolsch, Richie Hawtin, Anja Schneider and many more, The Enemy featuring the unmistakable voice of Felix Da Housecat has become one of the stand out cuts so far in 2016. Taken from Matador s debut artist album Ructions on his own Rukus label, the combination of rolling groove and edgy vox has connected with fans in a big way. With this in mind, and with the summer festival season upon us, Matador has enlisted two of his favourite producers to give their own spin on his sound and thus cementing the status of this monster. Both Hot Since 82 and Julian Jeweil are heavyweights in their own right and feature in playlists of every serious performer on the planet. Together they have created a package that turns The Enemy into a friend of headliners all summer long and we can t wait to hear their interpretations everywhere from the dark rooms to the huge festival stages and everywhere in between.