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Through releases from the likes of Denis Sulta and Posthuman, Dixon Avenue Basement Jams have only ever done one thing, and they’ve done it very well. A DABJ release always consists of some sexy, sweaty, hard-as-owt techno or house. The trend continues as Marquis Hawkes returns to the label where he got his start. Monstrous jacks like ‘Bodywork’ and ‘Rush Hour Traffic’ will dominate any mix.


12" £8.49 DABJ-1227

4-track 12" EP on Dixon Avenue Basement Jams. Limited hand stamped vinyl with inlays.

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