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PJU & Earl Grey – Call Me Up


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Rating: 8.0


If you haven’t already noticed, it’s pretty clear at this point that we are dedicated Exploited fans. Being by far one of the most consistent labels in our eyes, they continue to put out hit after hit, year after year. Next up on their calendar is PJU (Punks Jump Up) and Earl Grey’s Call Me Up, a complete dream of a track for the budding DJ. It features intense percussive riffs, heavy dub’esque stab lines and high strung synth pads that we can only imagine would scream through a worthy sound system.

With previous releases on Kitsuné and Moda, London based two piece PJU have no doubt managed to impress music enthusiasts the world over. Their bouncy take on house and disco is clearly apparent in Call Me Up. While fellow London goer Earl Grey’s some what deeper aesthetic brings the true DJ element to the collab, it’s amazing to see how two similar styles can offer such a contrasting result to their original work.

You can get ‘PJU & Earl Grey – Call Me Up’ now, via Exploited Ghetto.


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