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Charles Maurice, Mourad Sliti, Reece Johnson (Roots For Bloom), Simon Morell (FINA RECORDS), Athens Of The North (Fryer), Gaetano Battista, Rosenhaft (Killing Sources), West Norwood Cassette Library, Marcoradi, STEREO 12“, FranZ, Mag Spencer, Inner Sense, Jeremy Underground, DJ Nav, Dirtytwo, Monsieur Cedric (Serie Limitee), Inland Knights, Juno Recommends Deep House, Jorge Caiado (Balance / Groovement), Nicholas, Sccucci Manucci, Krysko, OWAIN(124 RECORDINGS/124 BLACK), Mikki Funk, Daniel Curpen, TIJN, PBR STREETGANG, Arturo Garces, Djs: Most Charted - Deep House, Angus Jefford, Waze & Odyssey, JMX, Detroit Swindle, Askell (BORG LTD), Juno Best Sellers 2015, Resident Advisor, New Jack City, Kick Douglas, Mark Jamieson, Edward Navarro, Gianluca Marcelli (Shift LTD), Swink Music Records, MIL (Music Is Love Records), Speakdeep (Fortezza Rec, Lapsus), BORG LTD, David Moran (Roots For Bloom), Borrowed Identity
Dungeon Meat is the new label and production outfit brought to you by Dungeon Masters Brawther and Tristan Da Cunha. Packing a serious punch, it's aim is to present tracks designed specifically to rock the party and shake the sound system. Originally conceived as a platform for their own musical visions it soon became apparent that they would have to open the doors to a select few who shared their ambition to make no messing, hard hitting house grooves. One of these artists is the mysterious Blunt Instruments who has the honour of kicking off the label. After road testing his huge club hammer "Hold Back" Brawther and Da Cunha knew it had to be on Dungeon Meat as it epitomised exactly the sound they wanted to present. "Hold Back" has been a firm fixture in their sets and even got cut to dubplate by Jeremy Underground Paris. It's not all about the A-side though as Blunt Instruments craft 2 other killer club cuts for the flip side. We won't go on too much trying to describe how good this EP is ... instead we'll let the music do the talking.
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