Justin James To Release “Space Sleaze” EP On Refused. In December!

Justin James – Space Sleaze EP
Release Date – December 8, 2015

Justin James is all about his deep love of the diverse elements of techno. Justin hails from Windsor, Ontario the same city as his label boss and techno icon Richie Hawtin. With Richie, Dubfire and many others as close, guiding influences, James has used this ammunition to fire his way to international recognition. We are proud to announce the release of his brand new EP, Space Sleaze available on his very own imprint, refused.! The EP features two versions of the track with vocals from artist Dan Diamond. The first offers listeners a dark, groovy techno record that underlines the words of Dan Diamond, while the second is an acapella, placing all the focus on the monologue.

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Space Sleaze (Original Mix) – The track begins with heavy, thumping bass that hits you directly in the chest. The tone is set and the monologue from Dan stimulates your senses, while a frantic beeping creates a buildup. The record comes full circle, ending just as it had begun with small gasps of breath and relentless, thumping bass.

Space Sleaze (Dan Diamond Acapella) – starts off with the same heavy bass of its precursor, while nearly all of the remaining musical effects and elements are stripped clean. Your full attention is directed to the monologue. I cannot wait to see this acapella incorporated into other tracks and present in mixes.

Check out a preview of the tracks HERE!

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