For this release we have DJTT very own SRS BSNS getting asked to do a remix, and deliver the good he does. Make sure to check it out at least!


Plus Plus is back again with one of our latest signings manning the helm this time around. Correlate brings a classic sounds back with some youthful enthusiasm that we are sure will conjure up some memories from your raving days. You know who you are, so don't try to deny it! On remix duties we have our resident dynamic UK duo Chemical Play back for another round and the jersey kid SRS BSNS bringing a tougher sound to round off the release.

To open the EP we have "About Me". Definitely a track that brings back those long forgotten warehouse parties with the diva just belting them out over a driving bassline with a vintage drum machine just taking care of business. Definitely one for dark rooms and bright lights.

To help balance out the opening track, we turn to "Don't Lie". With buttery smooth pads and a soulful accapella, this one is sure to bring out your inner dancing queen, especially when the sax player comes in and works it with the piano, there's no end to the feel good grooves we've all come to love.

Following that up we have a throw back, back to basics deep house vibe. "Living For The Night" isn't afraid to strip down to the basics and show that all you need to work a floor is a bouncy bassline, some hypnotic chords and a diva who just want to "live for the night".

For a change of pace we bring in the kid from jersey. SRS BSNS takes a hold of "Don't Lie" and doesn't show any remorse in tearing it down. With a big, mean throbbing bassline and a tough, driving groove he just pushes the track and the dance floor to it's edge before bringing it back in with the original key. Before you know it though the groove is back to push you again and keep you moving. Yeah, this kid definitely has a bright future. Don't miss out on his work!

And bringing us home once again is our D.U.D. (refer back to the top if needed) Chemical Play. Saying their take on "Living For The Night" is deep and hypnotic is an understatement. With a low, slinky groove and a bassline that doesn't stop this track is definitely one for the after hours when it's time to get a little weird and a bit freaky. They mangled the original accapella into something eerie and yet beautiful at the same time that just haunts you through out the track. And yet theirs a glimmer of hope during the breakdown with the subtle, but almost euphoric pads until it all comes back crashing down. Yeah, this one is definitely going to be a staple in your record box.