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Published on Apr 25, 2012
With the wait almost over for Jamie Jones' second artist album 'Tracks From The Crypt' Crosstown Rebels get set to drop the absolutely massive single 'Our Time In Liberty' featuring cult dance outfit Art Department. A bassline symphony for the senses, this elusive slayer of dancefloors, is finally getting a release alongside a heavy-duty remix from comrade Russ Yallop.
Jamie Jones has had a monumental impact on the underground house scene for this generation and out in June 'Tracks From The Crypt' - a collection of tracks that Jamie has created over the past few years -- will epitomise the producers' influential sound and include highly-anticipated unreleased tracks such as'Paradise' and 'Frequencies'. Now Jamie Jones is synonymous with Hot Creations, the label he started in 2010 with Lee Foss and currently one of the biggest underground labels in the world, but this release signifies a return to the artist sound that brought Jamie Jones to superstar status as a DJ and innovator.
The original 'Our Time In Liberty' is already a huge record without even seeing an official release, amassing thousands of views on youtube and carrying the full force of that old school Jamie Jones bassline hook on a progressive twisted trip.
The ever haunting, distinctive vocals of Kenny Glasgow and the synth stabs and bass hydraulics combined -- make 'Our Time In Liberty' a sheer sonic force to be reckoned with.
Vocalist Kenny Glasgow and No.19 boss Jonny White aka Art Department had a meteoric rise in 2011 when they unleashed 'Without You' -- one of the biggest bombs hit the underground that year followed by killer debut LP 'The Drawing Board' on Crosstown Rebels. One of the Toronto scene's finest exports, Art Department have created a sound that is burned on the collective memory.
Next up on the release, another member of the nu-school brigade Russ Yallop makes a welcome return to the mothership Crosstown, delivering a tougher, more upfront rabsolutely huge remix with heavy bass punching through the warped melody, soaring synths and sinister FX and a UK underground vibe. A heavy hitter remix that compliments the original and creates one hell of a single... boom!!!