Keep on keeping on, that’s what they say. We are here at Hizou. So we are delighted to be back with this the ninth release on our main label, another exciting various artists affair and a follow-up to the well-received limited edition EP, Keepin’ The Legacy.
First up is the house music equivalent of a heavyweight tag-team in the shape of respected veterans Chez Damier and Abacus, producers with credentials so impressive and lengthy it’s eye-watering, alongside the rising talent that is Jorge Caiado (Balance/Groovement). The trio’s dub mix of their cut Close is proper deep-down-and-dirty bumpin’ house of the old-school kind.
Another man with an impeccable pedigree, in-demand musician and producer James Duncan (Le Systeme/Real Soon), makes a welcome return to the label with the hypnotic 416 Zone Dub, an irresistible groover aimed squarely at the more discerning dance floor.
Making his debut here at Hizou is yet another seasoned artist, Jacksonville, owner of Doppler Records and gun-for-hire with the likes of Atmospheric Existence and Inner Shift. Having eyed his chugging and infectious Twilight Industries from afar, we are delighted to finally nail it onto our vinyl.
Keeping the fire burning and more than holding his own in such fine company is label head Satore, who unleashes his inner disco diva with the groovy, soul- drenched Keep On.

A1.- Abacus / Chez Damier - Closer (Jorge Caiado morning dub mix)
A2.- James Duncan - 416 zone dub
B1.- Jacksonville - Twilight Industries
B2.- Satore - Keep On

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