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EPM repress Carl Taylor's 'Debbie's Groove'

Sought-after EP reissued to mark label's 15th birthday

2016 Mar 09     
2 Bit Thugs

There's a new label compilation and a couple of parties coming next month, too

UK techno label EPM Music are 15 years old, and they're celebrating by reissuing one of the label's most sought-after releases on vinyl.

First out in 2012, Debbie's Groove by Carl Taylor fuses tuff, driving techno beats with a disco sensibility that the likes of DJ Sneak or Derrick Carter would be proud of, resulting in a track that's guaranteed to cut it on house, techno and tech-house floors alike. 

On the new repress, it comes accompanied by a Robert Hood Remix and bonus cut Good Vibrations, both of which featured on the original release. The Turbo Funk Mix that graced the original, however, is absent from the reissue.

Look out also for the EPM Selected Vol 4 compilation, coming on 15 April, featuring tracks from Robert Hood, Carl Taylor, Ben Long, Esteban Adame, Greg Gow & Gareth Whitehead, Paul Mac, Dan Curtin and more. Robert Hood and House Of Lanterns will be joined by assorted guests at two EPM parties at Suicide Circus, Berlin on 29 April and Fabric, London on 30 April.

 

 

 

 

Tags: EPM Music, Robert Hood, Carl Taylor, Ben Long, Esteban Adame, Greg Gow & Gareth Whitehead, Paul Mac, Dan Curtin and more. Robert Hood, House Of Lanterns, Fabric, Berlin, London, Suicide Circus