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Roger 23 has Future Jack Programs

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Deep club tracks from the unheralded German artist for his debut on the Dutch label.

Swiftly following the release of Roger 23’s left of field Mensch 001 album, the German artist makes more of a familiar, dancefloor geared return with the impending release of Future Jack Programs To Respond (Section 1 & 2). Roger 23 delivers Paul du Lac’s Bio Rhythm two stripped-back drums tracks, with the A-side’s “Blue Monday” inspired cut diving into the depths of house music only really reached by artists like Sven Weisemann, while the B-side provides some sketchy beats similar to the ruggedness heard on “Optical Tjeck” from his Four Hallucinating House Figures EP. This release follows Bio Rhythm’s 12″ reissue of The Thunder Orchestra’s new beat gem “Shall I Do It” (that featured two Mick Wills reconstructions) and Future Jack Programs To Respond (Sections 3 & 4) is said to follow later in the year. In the meantime check Roger 23’s first two efforts below.