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|1.||"Mrs J" (Cab Drivers remix)|
|2.||"Mrs J" (original)|
|1.||"Mrs J" (Leonel Castillo remix)|
|2.||"Mrs J" (Constant mix)|
After kicking off their label in style with Burnski's 'Your Love' backed up by remixes from Trus Me and Steve O'Sullivan, Constant Sound use their second release to showcase a pair of up and coming producers from Newcastle., A Scott & Richard Rowell. 'Mrs J' has been burning a hole in Burnski's bag for some time now, waiting for the right opportunity to get unleashed on the public good and proper. The quality of the production belies the youth of the pair behind this addictive, bumping tech-house cut, although years spent as residents for the Jaunt parties in Newcastle and London have undoubtedly fed into the quality of their sound. This time around, the choice of guest remixers shows the true digging nature of the Constant Sound team, as cult German production duo Cab Drivers are invited up to do their thing. With a multitude of aliases running since the mid 90s on their own Cabinet Records imprint, Daniel Paul and Jens Augustowsky have received praise from high places for their finely honed, crisply executed house and techno. Leonel Castillo meanwhile brings a hypnotic South American touch to 'Mrs J', as the Argentinian producer draws upon more than a decades worth of experience releasing on labels such as Aux-Rec, Airdrop and Sushitech. That leaves it to label bosses Burnski and Jon Woodall to team up under their shared Constant guise, giving the collaborative project a debut airing with this sleek and strutting reinterpretation of A Scott & Richard Rowell's original track. Whether from well-established or just emerging artists, there's a consistency to the tracks forming around Constant Sound that shows it to be a trusted stamp for critical house and techno.
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