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DJ Zinc Enlists Jack Beats, MJ Cole, Chris Lorenzo and More on New Collaborative EP

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DJ Zinc, the London-based dance music DJ and record producer known for pioneering new styles, has consistently redefined his sound. He jumps effortlessly between musical genres, and is one of few artists who can claim to have had genuine underground and commercial hits across house, breakbeat, UK garage and drum & bass, having sold over 1,000,000 physical records across his own productions and labels.

Today, he has announced his ‘Full House’ EP, a collaborative release with various artists release featuring himself and six of the world’s foremost electronic producers including Chris Lorenzo, Holy Goof, Jack Beats, MJ Cole, My Nu Leng and Shift K3y.

He says “I had a lot of fun making this EP, with some of my favourite producers. Every one of the collabs is with someone whose music I play, so I knew the results would be club- ready bangers. From the musical bliss of MJ Cole to the lunatic bass of Lorenzo, the studio science of Shift K3y to the intricate workings of Jack Beats – the fresh angles from Holy Goof to the tidal wave of My Nu Leng… every track was a pleasure to make.

Some of the initial sessions were in my studio, the others I visited with my laptop and we worked on them over a couple of months, fine tuning mixes and edits to get them spot on. Now all the tracks are road tested and ready to unleash to the dancefloors of the world. Bass for days!!!”

The first track on the EP is ‘The Anvil’, produced in collaboration with Jack Beats is dropping 12 July, which you can hear below…

DJ ZINC PRESENTS FULL HOUSE
01. DJ Zinc x Jack Beats ‘The Anvil’
02. DJ Zinc x Holy Goof ‘Push It’
03. DJ Zinc x Chris Lorenzo ‘Gammy Elbow’
04. DJ Zinc x MJ Cole ‘Interbass’
05. DJ Zinc x Shift K3y ‘Soup Dragon’
06. DJ Zinc x My Nu Leng ‘Crawler’

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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