2015-02-18T18:19:07-05:00 2015-02-18T18:19:07-05:00

PJU and Earl Grey bring it back with "Call Me Up" [Premiere]

After a long time of DJing and partying together, London based producers PJU (short for Punks Jump Up) and Earl Grey raided their collection of edgy samples and began this dance project. The project became a part of the second installment of Exploited Ghetto, the new sublabel from Exploited Records responsible for producing "Call Me Up". Combining their shared passion for Chicago house and JACK, drawing inspiration from classic house music with a raw and edgy contemporary approach. Plus spending numerous hours in studio sessions and messing around with a Roland drum machine & a SH 101 bass box. Resulting in a unique house/club track with playful vocals and a steady tempo of beats, something these two were able to collaborate with and share a with their style and sound. Jimmy Edgar, Daniel Avery, Laurent Garnier, Pedro Winter, DJ Feadz and Danny Howard/BBC Radio, have praised their efforts for this track with positive feedback and recognition. "Call Me Up" will be available through Beatport on March 2 and iTunes March 16 ,so if you're looking for some classic house tunes to dance and vibe to you wont be disappointed. 




Club · House · Premiere · U.K.


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