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Justin Robertson’s landmark ‘Everything Is Turbulence’ album from 2015 has been proudly remixed by a key selection of contemporary artists including Gerd Janson, Andrew Weatherall, Slam and Oliver Deutschmann.

Acid house don and macho disco man Justin Robertson exceeded all expectations once again with his latest and greatest album. It was filled with a world of dub, disco, punk and psychedelic influences which all get teased out here by a selection of heavyweight remixers from legends of the scene, to the production stars of tomorrow.

This is an essential and truly varied remix package from Skint that will find favour with DJs and dancers who like their beats rugged and real.

Out 27th January 2017. Pre-Order coming soon.

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British duo System2 have released their debut album, a musical twelve tracker exemplary of their eclectic production abilities.

Growing up in Manchester, the pair surrounded themselves with electronic music from an early age attending venues like Sankeys where they later became residents. They turned their hand to production back in 2002 and have been going from strength to strength ever since, and this is a delightfully eclectic LP from System2 that is sure to win them a host of new fans this summer.

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Producer, Remixer & DJ, Hervé is back with his eagerly awaited second studio album, ‘Hallucinated Surf’ which was released this Summer on Skint Records. 

‘Hallucinated Surf’ sees Hervé’s diverse production styles exhibited to the fullest throughout and features a number of standout collaborations with the likes of Zebra Katz, Meridian Dan and Steve Mason. The album is also split into two parts, the first comprising of Hervé’s signature bass house sound, which was recorded entirely at his studio in London. The second half of the album explores a more downtempo and experimental style which Hervé recorded in the countryside, demonstrating a more conceptual side to his work and a progression of his album, ‘The Art of Disappearing’.


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