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SPTL032 Jet Project

Summer vibrations, grooves and beatations from the Jet Project boys.


1 - Matt Tolfrey & Chris Sylvester - Real Talk Ft. Kevin Knapp
2 - Steffi - Kill Me (Instrumental Mix)
3 - Ryan Crosson & Guti - You've Got Me
4 - Jet Project - Cuba Walking
5 - Death On The Balcony - Clean Air (Gavin Herlihy Mix)
6 - Dodha - NYE Drone
7 - Birds & Souls - Birds & Souls
8 - Lee Curtiss - Sister
9 - Lonya & Audio Junkies - Couples
10 - Tim Green - Old Sunshine
11 - Pierce & Jerl - Roots
12 - Jet Project - Message from Chi-Town


The Jet Project was formed after a few back to back dj sets in Belfast led the guys to realise they both shared the same love of solid dance floor electronics. The next logical step was to take all their influences and experience as djs and producers and combine them in the studio. Their sound is very much en vogue right now, from deep and dubby tech house to thundering peak time techno, support for their material to date has come from Andrew Weatherall, Francois K, Laurent Garnier, John Digweed, Heidi & M.A.N.D.Y.

Timmy Stewart & John McIver followed up a series of killer EPs for Silicone Soul's Darkroom Dubs label with their "Heads In The Clouds" long player that secured them the album of the month slot in iDJ magazine this Summer. They've also put their deft remix touches to Scoper & Bubba, the Two Lone Swordsmen, Matt Playford, Silicone Soul,, Android Cartel, Sian & Deepchild amongst others.

Their recent Black Arts EP on Steve Lawler's VIVa Music spawned the club smash Tooth N Bone which won them legions of new fans and the first four releases on their newly founded Extended Play imprint with Chris Duckenfield (Swag) has earned them even more props from heads as diverse as Dixon and Claude Von Stroke.

With their latest material signed by Berlin's mighty Get Physical stable & Paul Woolford's Detroit inspired Intimacy label and a host of killer remixes and singles set to drop in the coming months, not to mention their successful side projects as Yankee Zulu and Bubba & T-Bone, it's safe to say the Jet Project are cleared for take off.

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